The miners' journal. (Pottsville, Pa.) 1870-1873, May 21, 1870, Image 1

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    FORT
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'--SIXTH YEAR.. No: QL
.1) - E 4 -..:'.4.DVERT-.1.SENT:
iiiii
Port Pichnumb.
Pin. NO. 17, Port RlclunottA.
AUDENRIED. NORTON &-, CO. ;
• Miners and Sh!ppeis of •
FIRST CLASS COAL,
LOCUST ItIOUNT-AIIN
'From our two large and celebrated Collibries
"HAZEL DELL,"..
"CONTINENTAL.-
C. F. sown)Nl ez CO
AUDENIIIED
LORBEIMY
Free Rurnlng Red Asti, and Sidendld Preparation
COLRETT COLT lERY; Owen, hang & Co
MIDDLE. CREEK COLLIERY, C. Col}tett, Prest
. , SILLMOKM, • .'
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• .
ENTERPRISE. COLLIERY, T. lauingardner, Prod.
L.ortrst Ibiountalit and TA - wherry, :tlao )la'l.4ebuylklll
('anal, to all points aeees.,lble by bohts. ..
(328 Walnut Street. Ph/ladelObia.
OAlees: -,. 111/Broadway, New York. ] -
'k
, W; Doane Street, Roston. „
'3. T. AUDEN - RIF:Ih ' ('. F.NORTON,
CR AS. R. NORTON, -It. (OItILELL,
Jan. 1, '70.., ,„ .1—
,
Pler No. 11, EL itichmond. :
SNYbER .& .SHOEMAKER,
Shippers and Dealers In
COAL,
IM=!M3==ll
PINE . FOREST COAL.
2_16 \V A , LNyT
171IJ•Sj A. •
TA )ITbi.S ' N - Yl4:it
Jan 1, '7O
. TIUNITY BriLDING,
N E%4* ). OUR.
•
• ( B. SIIOHM A K FAL
1-Iy.
11cr J.Nti. 13 I'ort
GP:uW:4,41: , 11, f :01:1".,N, 11: 1., Itt.tl.l , l.lEß.
.REPPLIER, "CORDON . & .CO.,
MINEIL4 AN lr--819111•KRS OF
. -
Locust, Mountain, Mammoth Vein; Recr?‘ih,
- Lorberry, and
TOWER. CITY, LYKENS VALLEY COALS
.
.... I
1329 Walnut; Sta - i , et, PittlatleliCida. 1
0111 cos: e I t I Itroatlway, (Ittonn No. I.W New lorli.
° i 37 Hllalle Street, (Room Nti'.3, Itostun.
t ' Inarrh 24, '7O
=
=
I=
CAIN, HACKER. & COOK.
. SIIIPWLS ok
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1,1 WUST GAP, I.OOUST MOUNTAIN, f itLACK.
. • IMATII. , 41,
DEA LEIiS IN OTII Eli FIRST QVA Lyn LS OF
White and lied , 'Ash Coals,
No. 211 Walnut Street, l'itiladelphitt.'and Wood
land Wharie% Schuylkill Ricer-, •
.IttiN 11. STRYKER,
SUirrEn AND AGENT,
• SehUyai in }Jaren, I'n.
J4n. I. '71).—1
Pier 11, Port RIO I
LOVE,,_
SHIPPERS BOYER &. CO., - OF , :
and Bituminou Coals,
, Anthracite
..SOLE AGENTS F'o4 I
(A:MB - Kt:MANI) VEIN ITKAII NI /ES Ct IA L
- • I (334 Walnut.St., Plilhulelpb a.
emcee, l 13.D(DailIC RostOM
27 Custom Muse St..; Providence.
March 6,70 i .'
• - 11tiu ljork. • _ •
\V NT,. iLY.4I3SENI;Ut lIL:P!SE.N UTTEL. -
WM. HEISSENBUTT,EL &'CO.,
antt'Wholrsale lllealerer In,
Schuylkill, Lehigh 'and -Cumberland
• • 'G- 0 A. I_4
r 1 IxlTl'lll il.L;l\(., ill fIitIAPWAY, ttN - itu
I'.'t i. BoX • - ,01: 4 , NEW YORK.
for,/ , New York an& Vleinity for the
snle of LEI'. tiIiNNT VI,AN,K RINIE, and
MEWS TURKEY 11 - UN Cl/ALS.
.march xi, 1 - 9
13-ty
DAVIDSON, YOLT G& CO
WIIOJ.EMALK DEALEI TN
1, 1 ;11%.T MOUNTAIN, SII AM OR IN, I.I.:1111;31,
sk-qt.k :cut*: 'W E.. , 113A RILL:
'COALS.
• .
itrii 111: No. ill. TBINI"I'Y BUILDING, NEW T' 111 K...
'WM. M.'I)AVIJUS:ON. formerly ..,f Tyler & Cr..
SA M 'l.ll. , Alol..:1:, toriii,rty of Cal,l!..vell; Goril,,n. A. rk'
I WIIERT 11,.... BUCKMAN. 1
J 11,1115. '7o' • •
I -4 a-ly
WHITE, FOWLER
(Suecesmorm to.Johti
r=l
I.E11!(;){,
1.0 c 1.78 . 1`, MT., ,
AV IL is ESBA h.REI
SCItA
N U>1111.1:1)..INI
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Illrgnahc~S, ilrcklulway. N. Yi
73 Trinity. Itifildlng,
April 11, 'EN
pT.'JOHNBON , d; SO.I3OKEN.
•
.• • ..
VAN WICRI;F: & STOUT
.11/NrIL4 Atil) SITIPPERS, TILE :
,z
Celebrated "Fulton;' & "Stout" (Lehigh TqCoals,
' • :
. .
Ida. ,
From the ELker•Tkle a nd the Stout Collieic.N;lanir
ihuleton, Pa. Delivervd direct from Ininvs on,
board Vessphi at PT. JoitxsoN, IfonoKrN, anct,Nr.w -
ItttrNNivtrK, N. J.
(41 d 46 Trinity Building.
111 Broadway, New TOrk.
-14 Temporary uf.,119 Broadway,)
May IG, 4$
VER PLANCK & ATWOOD,
W1101:y-rOYLE ItE.li.Ens•
1.1.:11It:11, ,
; • iir1117Y114.711.1.
.
,
-W 1 I.k EsstAllltn, %
* SeIi.A.NTON, and
;,. • _
. • SIIA '1(,1N7.1..ti
C A_ Es,
. _ . •
0rn ,.,. : 17Cii. :77 Trinity Ilittlititnz, 'II i Bromlivay . ,
' ( Nun' lurk. . -
- ~
P. V. Vr .P.P1.A7,%:1:. J01L7.4 W.-ATW } OD,
Dui S. '7O • I— t!
CALDWELL, _CONANT. & WESTON,
NO. 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. •
. • (Wpm% 35 Unit 34 Tr_in Ity Building.)
WHOLESALE liKALEIVS IN .
...
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LEH I i : 11, -WILK ESHA RISE, .
i'llTATt IN, H.F.I) ASH, . .
.-.111•A II A NOY. SCP. A :CT( IN.
~, ..,. I.OCI . ST..Ni Pr NT.% I N
ci: NI BEI :IA N 1), 1.31:0,111 T411',. ETC.,
• •
s •
Sn..F.,If:NTS for New York al d the North of
the relebrated4•l347-Nell, RUA; E FREE urns-
Is(; 1,F:111011 COAL. CIE I'IMIROKUV TIIE
PIiWEI,ToN Send-bilatninfTas and other firgt-rate
J MESW. I 'A I.l)WEkL4mit% Is: CON - An.
A Kan, , r 0 - • - • _ ' ,
OFFIC11• OF TUE .NIAGARA ELEVAT
-I,NO eki.,m Com m EicclA t. t.oci:,
COAL. - COAL. . COAL. •
Tin.: NIAGARA F.I.EvATING
tu rg, It's of I,ot and I/ockatte, will he prepared
at t to of Kg/ It 4 of nay Igut lon to revek•e from the Erie -
Canal, or Lake, any otiant it y of 4 IIAI I.'l ,
storage or transhipteittnt to ally place Elt.t l.y"
or Wei.t toy Itte lAlke4„ ['Won aa teria4,.•
part4es ',ln Buffalo. Their lot In- WOll i111,0,:r sur4l.
.genera rity busln isi
CYRUS CLARKE:.\ • Iets-Ere,l+lent.
Mttfell TO .
!lining
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
U
I: K! N ESS.
'
- PETER KENDRICK'S
4111145-IPNZIW •
INx-4,-mys.agp, •
AMITicAN 1211A1N CABI.}; WORKS,
TILIK.7IT4IM, NEW JERSEY.;
The unacrithrtuCl, who ls a practical Chain Ninrin
faetuner, informs: of I Ipertttors anti others t lint - lie
is prepunsl hi make Vint* or Crane Chains of everS
nt short notice. Particular. attntion gisen to
Fin( Chain for slopes. For further information send
for circular. • Feh.ls, ;Q-7-Ltf •
T°i.e2&-g.E.14 4 TV113. MTNERB A3irD
,
(MICE '2L LtINGe laieennotlve Minders,
13t:) BLActl STnIiET, PittI.ADEP.PUIA,
Would ran your attention to Weir. 1:111Urry end
Yurruice Loenmotircs designeil for inside'. or -outside
work. and for any required gunge Of road and sharp , '
est curves, with etipaelty to draw from ;01 to 31,1 trots
gross load.
Haying developed In both the Anthracite and Bi
tuminous ?velum. of Pennsylvania, the most success=
fill Tunnel Loeonotice tri the country; they/ offer
with confidence their 'various styles of Loecanoitve
'Engines with every guarantee of their workman
shipand performance, and refer to themany now In
operation in the several mining districts, furnitees
and forges in the Kate and. country.
Their small, first cost, great power developed,. to
gether wtth their durability, great .eco.nomr and
light daily expenses over animal power or ordinary
locomotive use. FaS proven by their experience of
several years) male a vast saving to expenses suf
ficient to pay their first rutin a very Mort time.
February 12, .ICO- • • .7-Gm '
•
VITTRE ' • •
r MAIIVFACTBRED BY
TUCKER CARTER- CO., New York.
All sizes Hemp or Wire Centres, bright-or planks!:
The Rope manufactured by this firm are considered
by-all pa rt ies using them, the best and hanilmanest
Rope made in the world, made invariably from wire
drawn from the best Norway Iron. The largest ships
in the U. S:Navy are rigged with Wire Ropes- made
by this firm. Samples of these Rope can lisieenwith,
and orders: taken, and all information given, and
orderaprornptly filled at reasonable rates and circa.
lan furnished by_ A. HENDERSON,'
otiate Mitten' National Rank, rottsville.
• - - •
C JAL rl`R
ti r t llichnfonb. .
WEL
No. 4„ Port 11Ieemond.
NAGLE & C,0.,
EMMET
MIME
f ail Shippers' of the Rest quatiticot . •
AND BLACK HEATH
J . 1.4 t S •
rlng r Domestic use, and Sole
Agents o all markrts
•
' • - 1:71111. THE cr.I.}:nRATF:p
PINE I,li L: g)T W 1111 T E A Kit: A N
" :EV 1,011.REILIIX . " COALS.:
90". ' - -AC:iloot St.. Vhikute•lphio,
f I o iiroallwayr,New York.
( 11 lignin.. Stiret, Itonton.
11.1.:Nity W. NA .L
_ A. 113(4E, SW
Ex). SIL ERN' I N
iNdfit
1-IAAB - & BRENIZ,EII;
lars end Shippers of .
• ;ITPERIOI: ,
R II 4 EY. RUN :COAL,
AND 5..!,)-; r.NTS FOP..
Ltt, :rant (7elet,rutssd
PLANK,RIDGE C0A11,.,
11!1:13 !..Y:tlitnt St., Philadelphia,
tit Trinity New York, !
11 hoarse St., llo•ton.
r ! Fr!,
MUM
ME
, r ,„ ' •
4. IT .0 • •
CAS":R, '3TICKNEY 1 \IV ELLINGTON
r ;
.Mines , and Shippert . of Coal: ,
.111-R , ;,;1,E,,(1•0111 112elr Burns:do OA. at si.hankokii;
.
•
.4.i ...f - :4t . m , 1t•t.57,1'.111.; (White...o4lh)
•' j i 11'4 Irinlty Ituiklink, Nen' York.
unit.,: , •..op,Vl'.,.lnitt Stree.t. Plalmilelpliia. • 1
- ' _ I 11 . I.it.itig, Serevt, 114.f.t0n. ,
, ''''SV IIA EV t..\ , 0. i'., 1'0111 1 1. 1C 11MyNii; PHILA. 1
r .1:01. I, ';'!. ,: 1 '"` 1-7
.1. -
- [yier 7. Port I:l . elrniotrtl. - . ,
HAMMETT, NETT iT i &, CO.,
. :
' siiippvni ip,/ Aniltraeitei Sz. ltitulninott
" '.r; ,4 () _A_ . . . • 1
i 1 i • -1
0;;;NT.: 14:' the ,alo or the erlehrnteil SII EN AN-
I+ , , 7VTI 4 . / Tt 'WIi ; 1 i A : 4 ; E' it 1 EBEL;ji Ltl,l't N1. , 1ai,.
L i:: :A! li i lit: fil}.l tit• i•thlalltjk in .1 -
r •
. . \\ 7 l l iie ASIX CO:-11- •
•
Al'• :4 ; 011 N P 4 EA MouNT.VIN
• jt,s . "{l A 1.1 CO•t0
, • !
. ..
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FltoINI II( )ii()K.I.:N, "
. s
IA: ; ~, I v:i.r1et1...., of I..thigh find 11,;:).yhtiL'e C.E.I;E:-
I. , '..,1.1 - ,l ,- 1'..'01 I 11." Cl./.\L.
I
• , ..,1,•L1,1.!:..iita in F.amtorn:market. for tb,
A :111.1 (It-Jrgr's CO:X cdebrated
I.NelCs•-111
•
. , .. ,
'll,ll.idelphia, 24:oWalnut Street,
'o 0 Mork.. Roottf'6, Trinity Building,
~. Pi c.videitee, 2 1 . Custom House Street
1 lif PNI ' OII. 25 imam , Stieut.'
Cchorti y {- ; ' , ". t . ~
~.• No: 9. 1'0r..1 nichlm.nd. :-•
i
JO.HN, It. WHITE • & SON,
-
- - i Shippers of Coal , =
I .
• ,
No. •31&; WALNUT ST.,PHILAptLPHIA.
• ~ Dca . 9:4 for Storage and Sale or coil : I
N,.. r.I t West Thirh-enth Street,New York.
• t -
St, so 2 l'hird At'emie..*New York. • ,_ I -
• 1-c ...,, wiawf, so. 99, linlia Street, Providence.,
CO.P.,y's W , liarf, MI. Washington ATentia, near
I 4 . 11.•ral St rt.4t,..lloSttill. .• . ' Jan. I. ' 7O--I— ,
t .
11 -s IiANICktr.N.COAL t - '' o LYK - Ars VALLEY. ,
t •
- EP.(: f.F.11141. ARE cAirTi(o,:i•:l) that there tame
I..tt - t fur (71)Ilieries which [Moe Oil, CO al, all 1.. r
, !, to, ore tin.l.r thee !nitwit:en out of the undersign-
I.i: l'or the yi•ar MO SIL:NICk:ISON A: CIL of l'ht a
delpl,is, will 1... the only . 7,enti.for its sale in New
. 1 , .11,,ia1et. NoW-Vork. New ersey, and South of tripe
II .nry , and IVAI J. 1:1105., - 4'o_ of-italti to. ,re for al!.
~th, r p o lniFf. I clilrAgrnt4 rill deal in no other Coal_ .
What4.vr ;tad parties wipi t 4 the Duro genuine all i
t-7e itood proem,. i t , of the t.' lieldtp,t td . tillACltijiint
Is simply I.k enable tlare It ter N •str.l, to
,buy ntni,;:r
stantiltigly, ,', . : 1 I
The Agents[ and their.
ac The 'tots for the aljOre
I. .oits, ale as ft,llOWs: sINNIck.• iN , • 'O., Genigtal
Attents, 11l liiiitlnut street l'hiltuie p Iht; thitirt.!Sew
,•.,; k ()diet` ! , ,tijit 'l4. an US, 'Trinity Buildings, Ji et,. tl.
,m(o01 0 ii A- ent; assistedE
by LISILA :110 1 FtEEE
\): '
A r..-nt, , ..72.Stininier st net, Rolston. .
TI .\ 1.1. It P:I )TI I ERS ,S: CO.. General Agents, rf POrd- 1
1 . : 17,.• aventie;;ltaltlinore, SRL; represented at, linr
. 1 ,imr,..•;.• MO, f,y .10SEBA\tk STEBBETT.. Orders
et 1.1 ,u• gi'yt'ii to .4t lieritf Che above nanted parties, :
' ~n 0l „) no on 4 els :.ANS' M. B. FOW LE, lieneral Itlanager
o: 111, StAtittlit Ilraric.h It. R. co., the Short Mt. (2.1a1
I '.,.., :La, I tinql4 - Itens Valley Coal Co.• . Pun. I. '7O--1 r
,
...._
A ..,,„,,. So. 16% Port Richmond. •• -` ,
( ,I
SIN IT,I.OILSON & -00. !
. ,-i,-,1.• At, : ‘,lltl fee tlic , Sale and t_4llipmentAlf the' .•
i
. - -Franklin' Coal of . kens Valley,':
.., N,,,,,1 , ...,41:,:t.d1, New York, 'ew Jcrsey.and Son&
. , 1 of Ca1...v.11e 4y. 1,
---- ' •:. ' .
, ... . i EII: Walnut Stredtli Bbiladelphia. -
I / nicif!•4 : 1-6F' Trill Ity Building, New York. ..
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• ,
.li . T. S:ialt1 j 11 4 1 0 11 . :r i.: ti
r t i r i et .( 4 l ,.
lilit(o)st,t,t,it‘n\:.
Agee n
ii.
Jan. 1, '7. , - I'. 0. Box ot„'\, New 1 - 4.. d-k,
YVA El , ,
. DONALDSOW - 45,. CO.„
_
1,,, ~ t a...:.t.'3, silierhai or '
, .
' \VIII'
13!Q=111
11921
E \I) It El
ASH
E
C%OIIL.
MEI
f
I HON
A t ENT: 4 - fur t Ct•fel;nsted
AS " COAL..
Wulnut Street,,rl d iad elplda n .
I Trinity Building, Nu'w York. •
Doane' Street, Buodini,
-her It Pon Mehl-aloud.
' 711
rA:cil 1
•
• Wll. aI,
IME
r ;
*
r SorthPurl lischm!oml.
SCOTTtA SONS,-
- and_Shippeii . Of Coal. !
.1.(:1:YTS FO 711 OF
IBEEE
LOCUST MOUNTAIN White Asli
14ANKLIV'• Deej) Wit Ash.
1 , 1 ,1:/ 1110;i:i1`11
u.
s!nti lat. In ;WI rr~pct•ly t"
. ,
ffZIMMEM!
ritAN!i
.141/E1.3111.1--No. 2 . !.11 Walnut
•07.; 1.9 1•11,n1” , • A
11111:1KLA I I 'Broad%
•' _ .
)11111
_Hots
N
1. . I F.ll
tAin .t. 7 I.'•rolich,
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• ' '•• 1 I rit•t• 11, moult,.
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BORDAiAftIER k NUTTiNG, I
Miners ..irid Shippers of Co'al f
-0,,):::r LEI 1,1 riicr::.V(H,D, ..
T Am.to '...1. 1 14 - H A FT:, ~ •
1:1 F.
.'rE!-3 ALE, • .
E. c;, - .E i:riDatilmoty. ,
[N ,,, . •;A NKI.(): RED AF.II, • i
i
i /rErTI
' . ' • ! I j ill/ :K III t NI T .4 I4 UST MT.,.
. i t; tHIi,PI4ON Car xlitivi LIE.
f ir.N.:, gmby st., uo‘tou. •
1):11 . .....: 1 1 .:,n1 l'.l Trinity Building. N. V.
. j 13 7 Walnut Street, rldladelphla.
•- - ,
. . ,• i ' f '. - Iler Ir. • - • •
_ i , . it?un..l-.4 & wravrims7. . • .
• .N. 4 oliT,ll FAINNKLIN WI/711 ASTI:
A •,,,r111.1, 4 p4 1 . i
i.-
DAY H
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D
UDELL & -. C0.• ' P
•
& Shippers_Of, Coal. •
...
walnut St.. rhiltutlelphlsi. '
r.,ardw:ty, (Trinity Itutidin.-.j N. Y.'
ne Street, Hooiton. .7...
, t
i, ,rott , . of the followino;..tlebrnted
.
Coals:` • ,
LET , ;II 1.1:111(111 rfiAL,,.
1,,,,c. ),',4 lilt'KcrltY AN l) ItitArKic ,
c , 1
oAlS_Inll.4. - - • ,%
(.`;1.1.1, ri). - S SIL1M111:1,:si ('(I,U ..
~.,:.,. I.Picr'N.. 1 , .; Vt..lllclino - ritt. i '
~.- ' j Pit?' No 't plzabviltpl, N. J.
~:.
•.., • , .
ME
. • ( "465 1 ,?:
wt.: t •7itfi
1)04
t'f•tr t
•
t..t.ct 11;1-'4
-
;•ji 1 I - 01.7 S'; 11 - 11 A,
' 3 ii , ,l. 1.: 'l* •). . '
. _ .... _..... _
- 1 . ..., V.' 'IL Vitt- No; ill rOil itithMolo,
----; '. 1 - .
. 1014 N 11011IVIEL1R & BROTHER,
. 1 - ' 1 ,
• '..,,11, - . 5. , !.r. Ai; rim '
The
.I.s
1-' , A...prili• art;tell itanhst k1,11.1.--A W11:111.4. W' le I.b.
The Superil r ,ti .. 11l 11.11%,1ia1!..y tref--tiorelaz .1 aAA
. f
A.
1
Tlkey, , ,l, fated JINNI Ll. -I,I"I:II.eiTEW. De•ep .c.1...h
'
201;3111 7411":':111-111TIII3OTS. - 1 i i.- - •
• ' RAV?.NIA WING LE,HiGII at 'hlizabe.hpori.
n - 0 Bv.nat f•iof I''l.l.'-ain..
4)nici., , ,, : - ! 21 ltr.tsle Kt rtet,, Merton„ , ,
' i p.. - . 01 II 53, Trjoil.3 - 114W1411ng. !,,, e . `l;! .. !rk.
1; 1.:: I:it Ai. AIN'T—:-.;.NMVELLA3I" ( it I..ap.siah,l by '.l - . `... MI( 0;f Na al 1•:. P.' V 111.% M. 4.:\litrell 6, '6D—ta
_...•
. ', . s.:' VANibUBEN MOTHER & CO.,
.
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I,_
~,, ...pi...od
.1 1
' It 1%4.1 1
,WHIT
.A
7 - - i - -
;ner. and Shippers or
0
.A:114 . 1S . •
," 7 "
14 , 1112r11. I,nent NointOn. 1.4...0;.1 Gafk..
barre. Ilrh4fh, and Othet
N'
D RED ASH COAL S.
i r ... , Pt. itl , linin.nd , . .
lIVES: -, , 1-11.7.:11A•1111...rt,' .
L - (. 1..r , v• City.
:Alin!' titr , ..t, l'illintl , iplint.
ruadWilY. N'cm• York.
,rtr,,: , S:., Iloaton. ' Jim I, '79-1- '
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'IV IA
{ ;,,,•j. , i•:: iill r'il'F.
{w u:1: DitievF
i. , , !4_,y 9. i
•-.4)OVE
8i KENDRICK, I
Alllppert of the Celehrateil
Rainbow and Keystone
chaff or
OALIS.
No. 21 Port Ittehniend.
.
el•phla•• • • • •••228 Deck Street. .• •
Mr—Cent:re StrorC '• ' '_„" •
n—N0..1.7 Doane '5.... , Jas. M. 144.944
.' • t..'
Ington,D. C...-neary Jones, litenni.
.4 .• • . . I . , 50-tf '
C
-.;
rolls
usto
ri
11:3 . 1e
Februa
ENII
BOZO
MI
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tlltatterell icooriung tp . Act of Contras;
the yeir =a, Banan
I .bart)Pl 1 the Cferk's 4,l!!!ive,Of,
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SOIL
,
riugnx NAVIGATION.
es ANTRILLCITE COAL at
ware River, • •
I.F. ' . 'AUDENREID ifit CO '
A irs snit TUX SALE OP FUR . '
Wolf Creek B • CM Compon's illasoni Bed. sad
B Heath WM/ C.
(41: 'Walnut Street, Philluilphln.
oFFICFA: ,- I Broadway, New Yore. . .
Kllby Street, 800t0ti..,."---:
DA V IS 7'1C.A11.5(
.KYANCILL BMn 4 , ASTILAICD
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:IS PEARSON & CO.,
• xl
CE)6111111ATE,
'ENO AND DDrIPPKILS OF THN ,
LiXl'sT .110UNTAB WHITE ' ADM ASD
SPOILN VEIN
•AS,H COAL.!:.
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R.1?8 Walnut Street, - Phlladelphla..
'o.lll Broadway, Room N 0,4, Triplty
Building, New. Yorlr,
Q. 11 Doane Street, Radon., ,
'DELAW*Rt RYENUE • Nir.jiMil,
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F , algnmen'
,vorable •11
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Ah y 1,.09.
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jan.l: '7O. •
ARE
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ISAN
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: AS C‘ - 'PARRISH'
`HIPPER AND DEALER II ' -'' • °'.
hnylkill and Bituininons.
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I JCOIICOIrIIrIiktiVOLI 2341114.11.e..1 and taken
&Tani.
'l4l Walnut Mt., l'hiladelpida: . :
IS-‘l.y
&.).
orberril Tiith. -
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KLIN. LORBERRY VEIN COAL.
FRANKLIN LORBERRIT COAL
d exclusively by Mews. ILEPPIJER,
0, who are my hole Agent^. , Parties
tfiem may , alwiya depend upon, get
tele.
No. :t9 Walnut St:,, Philadelphia.,
No. 11l Broadwny, Room 8, New York.
N. al I.N - rape street, Room 3, Medial.
HENRYII.II..
Tonttg.
; 11* J . C 0 N .
•ttod Shipper of the Celebrated
MOUNTAIN COAL.
SCHUYLKILL CO : , *A.:
NOW,IN•DAILY RECEIPT:
IM=
ree Burning Deep lied AA,
L WEBSTER CQAL
Bill
I;IiI(.HT,
SQLTARE-FRACTI 7 4ED
)LE AGENTS:
ROMMEL, JR., Blto.
2515 1 .: Walnut'SL; Philadelphia.
21 Donne St.. Boston.
53 Trinity Building. tie . tlr York
ENE
IgiEIS
Y CLAY COAL
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TO ANFOlibi THE PUBLIC
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SCPERIoIt AND 4 •F:LI. IqONS'N
ENRY ,CLAY COAL,
natisfactlonkli . r pa
al nue t(i be shipped.
FREE• FROM NHXTURE,
ix 11a41 from our ,exe 11411.:e
MIZE]
Inarkda
N RO)LMEL, JR. &
.1
Wu.lnnt Street, -
Trinity !tutWing. New TorU
Boone Street, Boston.
all-orders addrex
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11, IS A lIANDSVME, Ili
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FREE BURNINCI i
ARTICLE,.
e (ion&lves to eouttnue Its
!ARATD)N SECOND 11)
Awl c9tir.llll
h' recommend It am the
I . IIINI CtiA . I,..TN, Twig 51
lIEMMEEI
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Mirth 12.'7L1
& HARRIS.
Best .and:Purer t pool in the Market.
MEUSE
the paxt ackris.o
here.i
i s
IL4le xtensive linprovemen
r n,'wlllrWill largely Increase
per.. irery effort will be w
•
KEEP UP. T
E STANDARD OF PREPAR
MI
Owelal
facAll nem' pal
ent)on will be ilven to sizes
TIT L• 4.. CPA
14 - alm:ays slipped- .by itsetf
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LE A'GENTS,,,
ur all orders should he suldres*44)
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N ROMMEL, ir.,-esißa.
203, 1 " Walnut ft.. PhHada.
21 Diane Si m Illestas. : 1
JO Trinity Bending. New York.
`• POTTSVILLE, .SATUil*Y.'.jviOtsiNg, -, ,;mAr: .,
.1.°870;
ME
lhita3tt (pia Ablitrtistients.
PIRV L
ITTE,' 37 ' o. I: 3 Borti l iVn i ttSi t . l : ll6sA°23
above ktsr.Xet. - C.'.EVEILETTI3 Truitt:lair
positively tures Ruptures. Cheap Truisest., ,
I...lastle Betts, Stockings, SuppartersMboulder }truces,
Suspensorim rue Bandages. Ladles latk:ndect to by
Mrs. E. . • MAY 2. 1113-21-1:r
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R- *. nom:I4EION a CO, ' -, i ',. •- '
tSuctessor to W. G. Mirdr.ero • 4
iiiiiilrrKits, Iti.ltt - rActru.saul .1...Tru11 . isitulas or '
NlMazy, Churel4 Seelett. Theatrical 4 314 : 141,1 , Flag'..
Banners, umigee, ad; •-" .i .;...,
No. 131 North Third Street, .Pliatadcdphia. '
December 4. MB - ' , H 1
~ , 4 %---19
C.. THE FOLSOM TKPB,O7I, I iED Tscenty
t,).GseJ. Five Dollar Familytiewlng'lttiehlne. The
cheapest First Class Machine in the Slitrket.'4 Oats
wanird in erery 71nrti. Liberal conarubtslon allowed.
For tenns.ivad circular, address A. S. !It A. 34 I LTO N,
(len. Agent, No. Too Chestnut St., Flit tadelphi , Pa.
April Iti, 'io' . ti - ' 3 •
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WJ. EVERVpT'S ~ ' • • '! • • '
New Patent 'Sr:titular /Moulder Bruin and
,Chest
Supporter.. - I ' ,
No straps under the-anus. Perfer . eontfort and
6enitl . t. guar:deed. SO North Seventh S ,ibelow . Areb,
nulaue ) lith i l l a• Trusses Supponters, J'.3isStic stocks,.
ingl, e
2k Ix: . laci . y attendant,
.1
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A INSTE.R, CIEI.ALPANT &.CON,
• , ' • ..
. • .. Importers of '.. i ! .. ,
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.H. o
iery. Notions, 1 ' , ' • '
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.
White Goods , knl . ltie 9
oennniishi z „i T od : ,l(.,
NO.:' MAR# STI4EET. Pillblit,PlllA.
Jan 15, '7O '' : • 1' ; 3-am
A Eon STREET CARPET 1 7VAREHOUSE c
822 Arch street, below Ninth - sieet. i'lillndel
phla. The old established stand. log fur the
Spring Trade a large stock of the ~V.,rtr.Nyl r.:- of •
C - r IST .
Purelitised at the:Lou.eAti - .1‘)1.D RATES; apid will be
stttri ht a great rekticition from 10.0 seetxrt'i 2 rim.
ENGLISTI BR.CA,SELti at $1 sn,ruiti taller
In proportioh. • JOSEPH - '
APrina. ' 7.44 • 3-10 t • '' .l2 Arch *C.,ll l lti plan
,• I
WM. WCEEARY. ; •
i•
water-Proof 31arie . ttit 61 1 Pape g rs.
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521 5111S61: ,1 1
.I.IL.IOI,LPIIIIA.
r -I
' I 13-3111
April 9, '7O I
FURNITURE. ! • ' -
W ALTON
! •
Cant.wzr MAKEtts, No. -113• Walnut
' Our establishnieht in I•
one of the oill est in Philadel
phia, and from long expertence.and superior
ties we are prepared to Bullish goodAtork atreason
able prices. : !
We manufacttire floe furniture, andsfso medium
priced furniture of ! superior IA large-sb Or ,
of furniture always on hand. 601SINplade,to ord4,-
Counters, Desk Work and Office (Furniture for
Itanks t Ottires and Storcs made to Order. •
.111 S. NS A BToN,II. W. L PPINCUTT,' .1 OS. L. SCOTT.
Eel 12. '7O . ! • .! !".• 7-1 .5%
, •
WISNER. & HALL'S (1-1)Ali ''AT and TANK
1 MAN FACT, Y, Nos.-1115 alai !I I I •11 North Front
street, below Glrartl,Avenb6, Ph ph la ; Penna.!
•We would rk‘stk•ctfully Inform thelptiblie,dlist sre
are manufacturing 'WOODEN; TA `l}S, 11.1:SER
VOIILS, &e., of event deAcri pt inn and icapacity, suit
able for Brewers, 'Distillers, itallroadt,
Hotels, Private Dwellings, &c., seeiUul hand
! Tanks
all size on hand l Ohr work is 111A4.14, Whitt.. Cedar
and other worals, aceurdink laud we'-w ill -
guarantee It to glee entire' satisfactlun!, and furnlsli
it on the moss reasonalde terms. 'flubs male of any
desired shape, WILe tiler 4ound Ova' or Square •
HENRY 14 Pl llEit ,
March 12, 0 ;041,3W] ! • AMOS ILIUALL.
~.! I
099 MARKET iIIfTREET, PRIL!ADA., Is the
• JO.", cheapest audits:lu place tubby Choice Tobae
en and Cigars by the ls,s!„
Monitor. Navy; and J '
ones & Sons' ToLacej•aw:t
lY
te
oh hand at low rats. t •
Meerschaum:Pipes, Briar:French! :M•1 other styles
eau be had here. to suit enstoiners,'eflticr whole , ale
or retail. ! ' • . Ji II
- Wholesale and lb-tail: Jobbing 11 . 1111/14., 111 d ll alul-
Gteturer of Cigars, trl. St: Philadelphia,
Feb 19, • .
~ •
I ‘7llitE EAILING,iVIRE 01/41.UpS; for Stan'
V ,Fronts, Fautorh....s,. Sze., Heavy t:lrimped %Vire
Cloth for cleaning ores, roal,- SA; illeavy t Sc•reelr
Cloths anft.Cohl Screens.. Wire Wehhinic'for glieep
and poultry wards. l'apor Makers' 'l%iireg, Brum: and
Irott•Wire Cloth Sierog; Painted Serrieri , , t ir...nurien
tal Wire Work:- Leery, informal Ion? tw a.idreggiog
'
the inanufueturrrs - '. , '3l. WALKII , .:II„ Jr•SONr.t,
' : Nu. 11 North, tali atreet4ll'lllhtdolploa,'
. 'Fob 12,'7,6 , , ' ', • HI , .-ly
.:
TithiOVAL. .
.s. .
JOAIIL - A • COM •PL, N I , '
.4 :^',NS
• ti4vr.lkstovnn inur.in ;! 11
LOOXINGAILASS fitt , lo PiCTURE.FRFME Sto,llE;'''
Tb. 150.. I'4 ltahL.,• '
. .
Where they off,r at , rolueed.l ,, rlkelimigenernhasy<ort
moot of Looking-(.!Asses, 1 ietorh,h*ramo,,.l,tirgf ,
French !late Nl4rrorq,ll:2,lii affil Ortiaiiiented
Picture Frill/ICS. rornii;eti.
•
JOSILUA COWII.,ANI 06- htiN'4„
Fp1):19,70-Ont]. No. 1$ North Phil/via
j)ILES Olt lIEMOURHOiDAI,TUM QllB In-
L ternal and Extern:9,llllnd, lileittig and
paid; danger, itching,
piusitivaly,l),ttrfctly . and perinitnen_Liy
out paianger, Inst rumen Lc or tati4 tier, be W:VI.
A. NIeI'ANDLES, M. IL No. 19 . 2t7itti.ritigqiitraen St,.
Vlillit,,Pa.,vrllt/e4lll refer you to ove.rgli.ven
of the Lest citizens of Philadelphia, :who law( been
cum': Apractice of ,eleveitTetirs' 05 e sper,•taity In
this inseaiie tln.a-t tyfalltire, wnitalits 0 cure in 011
caties: , • ; I
Feb 19,'70 j • S-ty
ts4pI.'.IXTURES KEl.lol.4 ' ltiE LAM VS
'"-
"i A G!1,1:4T VARtmt OF NEW 171',1.1t5.
•• i r
:IILItI fill A'N 13U ER.
EAVENTAND BEET' , IN THE MAERET.i IT Glyn.: THE
LAROEST,LIaIIT 4)IF ANY HUFIN,f:
- • •
Ci)C - LtER, JON ER & CO.. , • 3.anl'arturcrx and
I ‘ llol fonalo.i>ealci., '702 Arch rhila
Jtme 5, ISCAI
UNION HAMS. •
.
•In offering the aboVe brand ltm,:atfendion,of
counumerg the premmt season, tie beglleit'sVto state,
that we !talk male very great iniprovementa in
their curing duri tt• the paid Whatet,l and have Ira
hesitancy in saying. they ore thej4l.l /Toms rxiont.
They are iieleeted from' strictly •eorn ;Aid 'I togs; trim
med very nicelY as in make as 11We livastein cut
•ting as poscible, and thedngredients!me-4 in curing
are the very finest to be had: The fil:ains are all as
sorted before plekl tug and each Kiz , !iitired by itself.
ea as to enable us to keep iq picklCjiuit long enough
to cure and not, be too lialt a , reat most
'Hams. We.ulio cure liquKa id.; summer -and
can furnish the llama at all times Wit; fv,mi flogs
that were alive wit weeks of the time the I 1 Ala%
are delivered whicit•is!a great advantage and- eme
possessed by very few dealers. We ifCel sat Riled a
trial will Insure satisfactiOn.. Nohe , 'enuine liiih
branded. Sold imlv by CI!
A. P. CH EF,SF,IIItt I 1 (t 1 fi rr i . '
.r.k ra0,,m,.: , .;,;. 111 N. Delare Avenue •
April 9, `7,0-15-6m ' . ILAPIA.II I lA,
•
•
fIEO. J. BURKHAET i'
AT •and T (pl . ' . ) I
No. 1a41 : BUTTONWOOPI
•
.
We . . are prepared' to ntakr at the fshorlcxt notice
)1 - 4 - .)01;EN varyii;g t.tai , tietty front
150 to iscoop,
. for lirett,rs,
Man itf•irt , o'ers
.
•
. RESER) c OHIS for e 014 ,1
! ERlll`4".
Ite.kr . to I). G. Y.t.. t:Nitt.r.Nit, PotIlv ! ille; ~.
te.ts,
A 011 and. Fedi 53,11'74-9-311; '
_ 1
17 . 1
p II
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FIRST 'MORTGAGE r!IIONO,S
SEVEN
ER CENT
tly-Tlll. - . DANVILLE, IiAZ,LEIE/S,, WILKES:
•
ItA RAE.
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'it ts .i :Tl , 2l-',..1.>:T ;
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AISLE APM • A.. I'
ocTotq./c4
I
Ferslms wishing to make investniets are Invited
to examine the:nod - it of litchi: , • •
stimplled Ven
•
Financial . Agents, 110 irih Third Hireet,,.
,
sili.--(;;;Wernment .. .Thiticis and otlter,..4c:ttrities.t.shen
In exchange for the above, a,t, best, nisrliet rates.
April 23, : .
AT s 2 AND ACCRUED
ITo Ix aillnoared 2,; M
'..cLEAtt or A I:1.a
• I
$lO,OOO GIIAMALISTTEE..: t
BUCK LEAD excels tal other I csal
Ist. For lts 'Unrivaled Whitettets.i , '
Al. Far .Its , Unequaled Durability - .
NI. [ For Its rnsurpa.i.setlt;overeneProperty„
taitly'for its Economy: , •
It costs less . to paint With Boar. Lesul: than any
other-White Lead extant, The sanie'iirelght coven,
More Esurtace, is more Durable, Ana Makes,,*ltter
Work. - I- ' •
LEAD is the Cheapeot.and..Dest,' •
,'
..sw,ooo cIUARANTELI.
r.rcb: ZINC Ex7eCli9l.ll other . c'cj
Ist. For its'Unennaled Ih,rnbflity. 1
'• W. For Hsi .Unrivaled Whiteness.
3d. For Its Uttliurnassed Covering
Lastly, for its Great Ecifinorny, 6
being the Cheapest linndsornest,4
White Paint In the world.
BUY ONLY BUCK LEAri
4 211 N. C; I
' TnY IT A.Ni.) TIE CON 7
Satiafaction Gicarantcrd by thi
• ... _ - • .
DIIP ,I 4 I e
truci
acturcr.
BUCK COTTAGE
Prepared espremly for' &L.
. •
camases, Out-Ilaildinne ofarfory ((ascription, fences,
A t e. Tuirty-tie different colon.; Durable, Cheap,
Vellum, and Seautital shadea, i• ~
Sample ands met by mall u deeired. -
Deems , orders will be prceuptly unmated by the
snaaemeeaten
pruiaccit. iticaiuns_
Tenthand Market Preelle, fnutaompaa.
iatiffi. '7O ' 1 .0 ,
Fri) tabo o 's:Moth*, &c.
MAC/GllC'Holuitlll .122 CENTRE
' HELow Aitinucker Horse, Pernsvzias,
Flas now opened a new titoele4ef Fall and Winter
. Goods sellable foe the presentseasoneauch as •
SUMMInt. mom . CORSETS,
FRINGES, TR.I.MMiIiGS. NOTIOI , Taran.
ilas on hafxd anew 10 of
' sPI S co `4.li'D 'SUMMER SANURS.
, •
vildch wit a sold cheap for cash. -
Ladles O r Oisks rondo to order. New Patterns ' Just
revolved.• • . Oct. 3D. I Pit
•
.. , .
AVEITTIIELD a IcOYEII.,, • .-, . , -,‘ , •
. ..
.. .'7 Mc THE] ST., PISTTSyILLE. •
; •
'ln 'ailditi to their usual - assortment of DR.1.4.
600I)S, Fl. BROIDETIES, NOTIONS, lIILLINE.
Ity GOO ;4c.,have,Just opened a fall ass ortment of
~ . ~
Choleo Japa'nese Silk-Ito
4
llatnigotCdgingsttnil Insertings,
: • Joilivin -.and „Timis Kid Gloves, . • -
_
;Heavy Blzu-k Silks, - .' ' • ",
i • , .1 . -I-1 F.nglisti Shirting's, -- , Bargains in Linen Handkerchiefs
,-.— .
„ . • and White. Goods generally,
~
Also arcr l it
addition to the well known , • .
BUFFALO ALPACA,
A, full line• f the etichrateil ' , . - '
, i
1
' • . teLtl. --
SILK "FIN eilien, .n.kcx riluE Iv
Ladtcy.a' sttitx, In latest styles, made
:Septembeti 1. '6O . • " .
EVT G
° ANN 1:E t
ODS ! • - 140 W PRICESt -
,
h:1.1.1"5k7 OFF .VT
OLAND,
1 It
.STit ELI-4
Porrsytiz.n,
'lte.gpceiftlll
tid
NIIW
• t%
soliouliees to the Ladies of Pottsville
4 ,-, Wit she hat opened ' ' •. ,
SAC'QUES; •
• .
fIL..key.SILIES FOR .QUITS,
1 , 1:0M
dud tpt,-,ird
Tattv;i, Jonvin Kid Glove, Corsets, -
GOO)S,,In variety.
'$ ut ion.,
Liulles a
M igSteS aoldis made to order
1 "it w rat
N EW
rum J ust received
OODS AT: •
Jun 'lJ,'tp—~S-ISif
NICAOLS',
306 C
NTRE STREET, POTTSIfILIE.
,
; fiIIAIVI.: All the tiecvest style , s.
i 'ILK. sl 1 h.—A•tip-top Ciro. Gratnirof SI
1 111•14.41' S 11.1: I'ol4.lN:4—Only $2. Allen!, rs. ~ ,
,-: lIONETC /3111 ftI'ILTS, 12-4. nt SI 75. `„, ' '
.'' WHITE; 1 1 A11. , 41..11.1.E.S 9 17ILTS---;eheitp..
TABLE -I'NENS AND Is.A.PKINS. ; . ;
Nonni HAM . VUJUAIN LACEI3. , • -
WHITE LOTIIS.I9r Saques..
STILII'ET PIQUES--A l tinenAgortment. 2 .
,CA51.41:%11 RES , fu; men anti boys' wcVcr—elleiAter
. plan ever. .
In fultliti n in file , above speel4ltles,.cre offer a full
,I,lne of ! - I
1I NEW STYLE:DRESS GOODS;
,
The
The utoNt potiularanakim of
Illeaehet,
.1
and "Brown Hosiery,'
Nolions, Are.
• t,,-.11E3e
‘lllle , t
iqirular
'•1
• 01.1)TO
lotnEß—Tho' place' to ;find (mi. of the
i ill en i s ofN EW firiothi.,.titeat the most
re., is tit the
!IN HALL STORE, 306 Centre.Street.
tt— .
19-At ' - •M. ft. mt . cuoi.m..
Crti-t . • .
Nia3 4,17 i
4. SUMMER DRY GOODS
FOX & BROTHER,
ENTIU STREET, IPZITTiVILLE,
IL attk4Oun-to: their ex!oensive aitsort..7
PRINU AND Sti.MMER,
IRY ,GOODS'•
. .
the Latest Styles of the
, . ,
:11 & ljeknie.s 1V.141•1t3tr4
I •
=1
.011.Q1t ED it3II.E.S.
.AND EMBRQIDERI S,
WlllfE GOODS and DOME.-;TICS;
. .
cs ,,
, HOSIERY." •.-
OI.OVES OF ALL KIIs:LS
CLOAKS,
L 5 1 " ALL ,BINDS
II attention to our Stmt. (4
L' •
QUEENSWAIi.F..: &C.;
. .
y large nnd selected with the .utmoit
,,
*m.irket:! t{i e, do nut consider if neces
irfat!? w jmt wellnve, but es.dirything In
pry Corals in( (Inver). Store, can. be had,
11~istit'i(nt.
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THE . LAND •OF THE. BLEST,
TkEAn FATHER, I ash far my mother in vain,
.11 Has shevought some far eountry, her health te
• regain ? .• •
Ifas'ehe left our cold climate of treat: and of snow,
For some warm sunny land where the soft breeze*
blow?" '
"Yen, yea: gentle boy, tai ored`mother has gone
To a climate where and paln are , unknown;
Her spirit atrengthemtd, her frame la it net, e
There la health, there Is \ peace, In the land •of
•
Bleat.' • .
"Is that, and, my dear father, more lovely than ours?
are thejtvers more clear, and more blooming the
powers .
Does slimmer shine over it all the year long?
Is It chrered by the glad sound of music and song?"
"Yes, there flOwers are &Spoiled not by winter or
night;
The well springs of life are eXhanstless and bright ; .
And by exquisite voices sweet hyrans are addressed
To•the lord who rigout over the iatukof the blest."
"Yet thatland to ,*y mother will lonely apperli',,— -
She shrunk from the glance of a stranger while 'here;
From her foreign companions I know she will flee,
A,nd sigh, dearest father, for you and for me."
"My darling„ thy, mother rejoices to gaze .•
On the lopg-seveted friends of her earliest days;
Her parents have then lOundit mansion of rest,
And they welcometlfelr,child td tie Laud of the
•
"liowel Icing to partake of such meeting of bliss: •
Thaj4land must be surely more happy than this;:
On' u, my kind hither, - thefjourneydepends;-- -
•Let us go to niy blether, her ktrairefnd friends."
- "Set me. love, titbst I May reach • that bright
• • clime, • •
Alernit patience I stay till the Lord's, chosen time;
'Andtaust'strlve, while awaiting Ills gracious
- '
,
Tolgttlftethy young steps tb the land of the Blest."
- . .
, .
_ ~. .
'Thou Irtitist toil through a valid full of dangers, my
boy.t.
Thy peaeelt may - blight; and thy virtue destroy; •
Nor wilt thou, alas! be withheld from Its Roan*
By a mother's kind counsel, a mother's fond prayers
Yet fear not; the God whose direction we crave, :
• Is mighty to strengthen; to shield and to save::
And Ma hand may yet lead thee-, a glorified guest,
To the home of-thy, motile'', the rand of the Blest."
MECHA N/CA L THEORY OF HEAT
-W I.::.TRANSLATE the folleWing-Ams- .
rages -from a paper . §y. pr..l%,loyer, of,
Heilbronn.: '•." • - --• --• • .; ' .• •
• It has 'been Inferred from the Meteorite
theory, which supposes the sun i to derive ita
heat - from • the-rinpact, •of planeto-kastilie
masse, that the entire maphine of creation,
must, eventually come to a, stand-still. 'l'
gladly seize the oppertunity . wich now offers
,itself, to state that I do pot tshare,this yieW.
The doctrine of the development of heat by
the:collision of partially - separate masses,-fins.
but just arisen, has therefore advanced .but
little, and cannot yet serve as au appropriate
foundation for -so coMprenensh'e a conser
fUence. 'I wilrbrielly state what may be said,
rom my own point of view, as to the stabil
ity Cif 'the universe. • Its' final' ceSsationvivill,
.occilioyhen all the ponderable matter it .eon
tains is - combined in a single .
Mass ; where--
upon ' as we may readiiy,perceive, the.whole
of its existing, ri.sorira would -be . uniformly
distributed in the form Of heat throughout
the inis.4, whieli would thus attain an eternal
equilibrium.
, : But how could, such a combination hap
pen? Five years nave passed since Brayley,
of London (and ' nee:it-hie just recently in .a
. number of the (.iernian quarterly journal),
. stated, that if masses'of the magnitude of-our
sun, - or only half as' great, were to come into
collision, so enormous would' be the effect,
.that all, cohesion Wodld - be at an end, and the_
molecules-would fly off into infinite space.
'Now we have every reason to suppose that in.
the ceaseless course of time, and in an titilitn;
ited expanse, this kind of destruction . or' ar r
tial ruin of -Worlds • has taken place, and is --
actually in &ogress'. We have a -striking
, proof of it in the -observation of
_meteorites
.with a hyperbolic path. 04 this point I
would refer to the important memoir of Prof.'
Ileit4; .of Meunster. " The large fire-tiall
which Was, Seen OW - the evening of 'March 4 . .
'lBtl3, in Holland, Germany , Belgium, and,
England (Halle, 1563.'1' • The true heliocen
-1 trig • motion of this meteorit amounted-to
1' !1.1-15geographicatmiles per , mitl. A body
'lying between the earth's o it and the sun, °
and-owing its motion solely to the attraction
of the latter, cannot have a greater rate than
5-8 geographical mites; so . that the frre-ball
. above' referred geographical - miles;
must. have entered the
' sphere of attraction of our sun With an initial
velocity 'of 7:keographleal miles pei. - Second.
Now whence could it 'lave derived such a'
mot ion. .
-In. order to threw light oii
,this quvstion,
-.we might iniagine a peculiar progressive
movement Of •the - Nibble ,Solar systent" in
space, or' have resoineeto a Movement round
-'a so-called central sun: But we cannot sup
. pose any such accumulation exists sufficient-'
I,y large to confer 'an appreciable velocity on
our-sun at the distance of the fixed stars.—
Moreover, if Our earth possefised , a 'distant
. motion towards space in addition to its cen
!tripetal motion towards - the sun; the light
; which reaches it *dm the- fixed stars would.
, present plieniMiena of aberatiou different
-from those actually observed.' Were .this
proved,' -meteors With; a hyperbolic path
would be so many fiery, couriers, living wit."
tresses of a conflict somewhere and Sometime
liappeiiingjA strength sufficient to ekploile.
and scatter the molecules in. every direction:.
,If wealso consider that the radiating power
'll the sun's, bridy, as of all s tale fixed stars is
.conitected. With the consumption, of collided
inasseS, yet thateonSumptienhas not there
fore ceased, since throughontthe disturbance, -
large i rnasses of debris midi . nally`ieach our
-world. t.. ..
Allhe plienerneha of to estrial - motion,
except volcanic - action and t e ' ebb and flow ,
t \
°tithe ides, are eventually derived from the,
sun. One Of theSe, which .we ' are : about to
Consider more particularly, iii an. - electri c, current on
.theisurface of- th e earth. i 'That ,
`it actually exists is 'evldentjrom the -dire&
tion of the magnetic needle, as.alsofrem the
immediate observations of Lamont. I BUt as
there'pan be . . no action Without correspond
irig.cause it folloWs that MIS- remarkable ex-'
penditure of eleCtric effort Must be attend-.
eel wittra.s.large a compensation.- We have s
then, to consider our earth as heing, in.this '
respect a huge and - permanently, efficient
, electric machine. Ido not here refer to the
:,local phenomena of thundentorms. , • ',
For a constant Source of the .- constant dis--
' turbance .of efistdrical equilibrium .in the.
j earth's body,'-we can only have recourse to'
the unceasing flow of air between -the trop
ics, known wader the' name -Of the- trade-'
winds." The lowest layer of the traderwind
:assumes, by friction on the". surface of the.
• sea,. an opposite electrical eendition: This
air, ' however, heated • by the' sun, and, dis
'lodged by the colder current setting beneath
it, ,rises and directs its - course to_ the poles,
where i ti_high electric tension originatesthe
beautiful phenonionon of the aurora. It, must
now be observed 'that, on - account of the phy
.sical condition of the earth's surface, thaelec r
tromoteractiyitv of the southern hemisphere
must be throughout 'much stronger than in
the nOrthern ; whence it happens, that not
only on both hemispheres between pole and
, equator, but also between the Mirth and south
Wes themselves, a continual disturbance of
, electric equilibrium occurs; and it is thiS by
• which thedirection of the needle' is'Aeter-
inified. 'The narrow belt hetWeen•tlie.north
and south-east trades—called 'by Dove the'
. zon,e,of calms be termed- for present ptuxises - the meteorological equator: This is
known not to coincide with the geographical
equator, but to oscillate slowly. bout a limit
of lk to degrees north of it. The czpermen
fuO.erueig for the theory--of,as,We will onlY
term It at Present the hypothasis—herb•ail
duced of the trade-winds as the sourceof ter-,
•restriatreagnetikn, would consist in !estab
,fishlng that the itnownalteratbnswb,ieh the
magnetic pole, as well as declination, gradu
ally are accompanied byr - parallel
changes, of our magnetic equator..3,ilturc
, 4
. .
CQI:4)RED Vorsits i ts OLD - TIMES —3lr.'
WaShiligton Barr, an old citizens of Harris
burg, 'has been censured for riding In-the
Fifteenth Amendment ' procession,, , With .
colored.:
,men,: last Tuesday. He , defends
himself in au able article, which concludes
as follows: - ~ ,
.• . . . ... '..' ,
"The first vote I e'er
_deposited I went, to
the polls with that honest Democrat Francis
It. Shunk. He had two colored Inen'hythe
army, Jerry • and Geo. Kelley; and I. had a
colored man by the" name of 'Zeigler: 'ice
both depixsited our vote for a Democrat, Gen.
Andrew Jackson. I hope to see the, day
When a hundred thobsiind colored men shall
March up to the polls and vote against:the
nutitufaCture and sale of intoticatingliquors.
I plyt.' God to hasten the day, that our' chil
dren and friends may be saved from the fell
destroyer. ' W. BAttit."'.l•
A DESIII.4BLE Txtio.--Some , ;sensible per-.
son has given publicity to the following
waif, which is certainly beautiful :- • . •
Threethings to love—Courage, gentleness
and affection:'
• Threethings to aamire—lntellectualpower,
dignit7 and gracefulness. '
T. things - to hate—Cruelty, arrogance
and Ingratitude. - • -
Three things to delight In--Beautyi frank
ness and freedom. -
Three thinge to" wiskfor—Health, friends
anita cheerful ; , •
.. Three things to avoidldleness, loipiacity
' • .
and flippant Jesting.
Three thingd to pray for—Faith, peace
'and parity,of heart. , . •
THE CLIMATE" OF IRELAND.
.. ,
TN „tie science otnat . ure . then i5,,,..n0 chap
'LL. ter More iiitereiting than • that. :Which
treats of Physical: 'Geography, which profs . :
erly understood, means the aecount of phys
ical phenomena as they are modified•by ge
ographical' position ; • nd 'at
a the. present
e l
Moment the physical. - . phy of„ktreen
trin,..or Its pecidlariti of soil and climate,
.prettentsi,themnof no l ight :iniporttusee:—
it 'hit&been stated itith House of Commons
as a proof o 1 the retregrAde • Condition • of .
Ireland, that its . produatiou of cereals'has of
late - .years . dim inished while its pashire
lands.have increaSed. ITo . this it ought to
have-been answered: that the decreased cul
tivation of cereals,'and of wheat in Partieu
-Ist, ' was, a proof of improved knowledge.—
Years ago g at the meeting of the British. As
sociation' in Cork, a communication' was
read, pointing out that'agrieultatists' in gen.:.
era are governed wholly .by ' exasuPle,. their
.
'scanty science. not-allowing - them to quit the
) •beaten path.; Hence Irish farmers, -when
they - Mtn tit. imprevement, endeavour to imi
tate farming of • Ndrfolk or the Lothians,.'
and in-so doing fail nt :Isprably,• owing to the
widedifference•between the climates of the
western isle and - of-the eastern side• of Great
Britain..; It is` einnmotily stated that Ireland
has a very wet clittiate... It has undoubtedly
a humid atmosphere,: owing, - perhaps; in
some measure,'to a great extent if -
undniin
ed surface. - lut the total ,qutintity of rain
that" fails in"
.Irelanklittle,. if At., a11,,-exceeds
tlig rainfall Of - England. In it& distribution
thfough. the year, .Is*eVer,. it differs much
from theltitter.-- The - vieirtitv of the Atlan
tic gives' Ireland - in. .the highe4.: degreenn
oceanic and; to some exteuLan mit:aerial cli
matel ' - : Wititeritt the Green. 146 j. 9 extrentes
ly mild. ,The Southern, and we s tern einWts,-
though seldoni free from wind aciddrizzling
rain, never experie,nee severe 'eel& . Vegeta
tion r.enu'sins In mid-winter hillliantly Igietri
and undepressed. . 'As spring advances, eve
,erythingseems to nourish; crops of altkinds
promise r abundan'O., 'and.. already; lin May,
harvest seems to be - cloSe at hand: But now
the'scene chang. There is little oind dry
- summer. When ihe suq . isi highest in the
meridian; there is, ii,constantly clouded sky
and no. sunshine. Rain -begins, to fall in
June.-
~The rainfall of July is the heaviest
in the year, In August the rain, begins to.'
abate; but clear. skies and bright sunshine
,cannot be reckoned.on . till September, when
the shortened days and-the sun's deelination
have much reduced the solar heat. . The
crops in, the .ine,antime, arrested in their;
"progress,. are not, the better for two montlie
slumbering. under the clouds. ''het e have
summer rain In. excess,- and .two little. sun
•shine, .:I?roin this it:- will -be-seen that the
character of.the Irish climate:la, that Under.
it eVerything growe.well, but-that the pro
cess Of ripening is, plaiufully slow and un
certain... ;Noy, to. endivators of the cereals.
'the success of this process. is of, the ..utmost
importance.. ' The - corn harves t in Ireland
falls late hi the year ; in -September and Oes
tober, 'when- the, days..are short and noctur
nal frosts not untirequeiat.. . "The plains of
Southern , Ritssla, or of the. Red. ,River in
Ctutada,'..iitli:!zi- comparatively rigorous cli
mate, far excel' Ireland' as wheat producing
. countrieshicanse their short summer is one
1 of .uninWrrupted fierce sunshine; their,- veg
etatien Suffers •no:check; the grain is ripen
ed at once, and allat once, and the. harvest
'gathered without delay or diffieulty. The
deficiency, of ripening power'- in .the,. Irish
.clintate produces a secondary :defect, which
meets with less attention than 'it deserves.. -‘-
The grain which-ling-era on the stem two or
. three months before .•it hardens is - sure to be
unequally ripened; Some "of-it is .immature,
while more is' tending . to • decay. Conse
quentlyJt is bad seed, and the Irish farmer
habitually.smrs perhaps six or eight times as
mulch as,'Mr. llechi would deem requisite.--.
;tinder . th,ese cireum.stances; it.is evident/that
• "the Ifishjarrner Ought to cultivate cereals no
further, then is requisite for .theeconerny of
his farm, andtd look. to other productions for
'his profit.' Vortnnately,:. there is a husband
ry fol. the tairsuit t of which he enjoys peen
liar advantages: . - ;In g reen crops no country •
, can compete wihlreland, where; neVerthc
lesi,,they- are;still:- little , known or esteemed
by the multitude.. From 'this it limy be• in
ferred that sheep 4'nd - cattle ought to•be the
chief o.bjectS. of. Irish husbandrv::" in truth,
the-Green Tile " puller,- proper Management,
' could easily !Anl)ply England With beer, mut
ton , -- .poultry i milk and butter, arid grow rich'.
..by giving abundance -at cheap rates to her
• neighbors-, But then ,this could: be effected
only' under a' systein of large farms: -The
grazier and cattle dealer, 'hi' make their 'isi-.
news profitable. lutist flo.itton - a large trale.--:-.
Butter of the profitable,
duality cannot come from
a sinnlidairy. . The, ini proi-ement'of Ireland
therefore; as dictated by, climate and itatural
Capability, can be effected only under a'sys
tem of large Sihruis: The popular • wish,
- however, Is forsmallholdlngs. . I tisthought
that the Country, When ' . divided info potato
gafdetis and-all covered with cottages, will
- be a paradise.. 'lint this Poor man's paradise.
-beginning with .a few - years ;of felicity, will
-assuredly lead'to the pauperism f elicity,
ages. The
Legislature .isinnet countenance, schemes op
posed to the % - lioleserhe.-develoPinent of sd
ciety,
ciety,.and which,would make povertyiin . in
- stdution•; neither.eanit preventdheitditiu
Mon; but-it may counteract them by -spread
, ing,enlightentnent and- .by presenting plain
truths to the common sense of the comniu
• nity.' ThiS might „be done by the piiblica
-lion of Some= statistics' . - showing the relative
- amount of. cost and pr&luctio'n of wheat and
of green crops hi England and Ireland,with
i sortie' illustrations of the gain derivable from
'large . ..farms. and theim of maehitiery.—ffii
• turf', , , . - ',.-
. .
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- •TEACILERS' 4:-1 - :-1.3113r.:1T10N5..
} , ,
Sol'l,:.ef the School Boards of this COun
.ty {till continue- - to not only, cinploy
teacher wholave not a valid certificate, but
even petrmit them to teach.. Thisk.,.. ,i contrary
to the requirinehts of the school law, which
• . deinandathat ".every teacher shall .poSieSs a
curreiit.eertifleate, and, that the president Of
the beard .shalf make•oath -before a Justice of
"the, I'ettee ;that -,,!;,n0 teacher has been , em-:
'ployed be had...charge of i any of the schools.
of theAlifrict, Who Nut.- not at the time a
Valid• certificate." ,Thrq•' districts in:this
ceituty have evaded thepw in this tespect,
'iihd consequently Will. lope their State, appro
p
i ii
: Totten. Why directors Wilt-run the risk,
l cannot - penceive, when there 'i s neither
ti e nor money- lostliythe board Insisting
•ti at-every.. applicant for a school , must first -
p eseiit a Certificate -before he 'tan be ern
..ll6yed, , Even 'iefew directors 'have assented
'tliat..being mire* familiar with, the wants of
their-districts. than the County Superinten-'
'scent, they 'were more competent to select
,their teachers. : .To-show.. the. fitness of these
riven: to - employ teachers without Certificates,
, I give -the ,following exact ~copy• - of. a set of
rules •fetinti • on . ' the: 4 ' &Ai of :one ,of chase'
would-be teachers: .. -
,k, It': '• ' . - -• •
,RULES 'FOR '.TILE" 1tE64.:141.1 , 10X r OF, TIIIS
' ' i- • " . $.01001... ,',... . . ''; . •
. . ,
When . ,
,you come ,to school.' to say go jil
. morning, sir; and in evening When you it
goodeVening, sir.. And- on. your road to
school AO' behave well . and d'on't -keep.'
so long : - at the .read, Iseciiiise,-,yeur ;parents
'always. ; has - WOK for - you, And --.; If he,
has no ..werk : for •you,•you has' work for
.yeurSelf.. Atid don't fool ,around and don't
tight,' . Alai If. you- are around the School
house to•piay, but have order. ..in your play,
ing- as well as in everything else; - but dillet -
helei .to leud,- and •: don't go . in" the fields
round the, splits:ll i , Jiek;arise you tOrtiw down
the fencesiand-harai .the fields, 'and_ here is .
heir we have a feW nabors,near and . I: gee it
- is the best if thole who has ilObisiness there
:.-to stayawity; because you • make them
.trou- ,
ble;Antl - 1 liked ; le see, if you bel,, , Aned Wise;
try And' dome every day, but if you come to
Scheel,yeit must behave big once, asVell as
small one. Ank it is . only allowed to gB.' out two times a... half day, except it come
to be and ask the, but if I find out-that you
aril} Ile,: arid s ear; and chow tebacco in school, I g. f3 I ti • it With kittiihat he • doh't do so .
soon Agi ,- and net: one to give nicknames,
.and no ,t lug is alloWed-Nnd no - lighting.
Every , y who . brakes,, those *rules will get
licked. ;I I .-.- .-: .. , •-....- 'MASTER.
The re dersef the JounNAl..-will see from
the 'Om ,' hoW competent some directors
are to . rect . their 'teachers without certift
.eates, an necessaryhow necessaryWs for a standard
of quali cation . ter. every:f.abplietint who
wishes to! teach out boys' arid girls the "Sci
ence • of . the Engligh „language." We ask
ter tke'sake of the Chlidre,n, as well as the
taxpayers that the taxes be not squandered,
• and the' elate ApproPriationlost, by einploy
tog, Such worthless, teachers; who have not,
and can of obtain a. - certificate ; because in
every ttu h evasion of the'law, 'we wilbsure
ly intkiat .tlie . penaltyClerfeiture - of the State,
Apprili ition.. :.. •,. . - -, ' - ''... ' , .
', ~ •.1• - . COU:s:rii".ScIPEitINTR:s:DENT.,.
3 /AST WORDS : QF 'Ali Atrrnort.—lt is not
•generall known, but t h e. last , lines that
"F.
Err.
orrester",.eyer wrote were theTol
,low4 : I I, , . , . i -
.", tis for the dead—ap4 peaceand hap
pi neesinimortal I '.. For .those who remain be-,
blndithe weariness of,taemory, the lonell
,ness of re,gret;_theyping for the untimely
lest. Which will not, away until life itself
shall have 'passed' rough 'the 'darkness of
' the gray; Into the lightutimtuartality " ' •
.
Mil
SINGLE COPIES IX_CENT.-
TEA- MlrariiliArzcis&
, •
.1.•
jk_ GOOD' deal of attentiOntas lately Wen
..
bestowed by the papers on spurious , . , •
teas. of 'different kinds, and no one has con- .---
demned these more strongly r eerie-Ives. .
We, however, fear, frout the maim!' of-the
eoffiluents made upon the s ject, • that the - •
public may form erroneous cluelmul, and . •
rithe i eratk,
be led to believe that the.ad n of tea, -
either here or' in Chi carried On to a •
gre,at extent, .and that tea stocks of the •
grOcers generally are. to he regarded With •
suspicion. For instance, there apparatei k ise
an idea that ail' tea dust is. a spurious coat- .
kound, simply because a filthy mixture, has
VI a few cases been sold in one or two low ': ' -
shops tit London, under that name; and be- '. l
cause some instances have transpired In
which ithaw been adulterated in China - with • .
steel filings. A taishakenimon on this _ „
point would be greatly to - - e
beAleplored u -
a ...
Wye and perfectly legirimate trade-Ims been- • '
done for many, years uh\ broken tees, ant for
many of the,poor, the only chance , theyhaye ..
erf getting tea at all is to buy these less • -
Sightly leaves. it may be desirable to ex.-
plain that large' quantitie; of genuine dust
must necessarily occur in • preparing parcels
for. shipment. The tea, to stand a long
voyage, has 'to be highly rhwistsxl, and is: -.•
therefore in a very" brittleismdition ; and all
China teas are hulked before export—that is,
a quantity of small:, parcels- are mixed, to
gether, to form rs Single. large parcel, or
• "chop," of even • quality. The broken tea
. that must. be made hithringsthis. operation is,
in the majority of ease* irt China, generally
left with the whole leaves.; hut it Is some
times separated and sold as dust or broken
leaf. The quality is precisely the same as
the original parcel, and may- be either fine
or common..' From: the greater care used ,
with fine•teis„: thecomparative smallness of
the parcels; and the fact that broken fine tea .
hardly fetches more titan:She- commonest, --
the great bulk of the China dust sent. here .
Xs of ordinary quality, but is quite as Lwhole- '
some and pure as . the common or low M .
edi- . ~
him.Congos which form the principal . part I
of Our consumption. Broken tea, however, L.'
from the ready access which, .the water - has _
to the whole of the cells -of the leatat once, - . •
gives aistrooger , infusion in the first - water .
thanQwhole leaves of precisely'the name -
qualitY.. In the second water, however, the
whole leaVes uncurl thoroughly, and - are
completely 'permeated by the water, . and
therefore give a strongeri union than the .
second water 'of broken t It is well to
point out that, owing to t a barbarous '
and
f
ridiculous. excess to which he - separation - of
the different sized leaves is carried in India, -•,
nearly one-alai( of. the tea -coming from that , '
country ‘. is inore! or : less -,b.roken. The Chi-
n,ese practice of generally leaving the dust
in the tea is, however, not followed in India, •
but the wliole• ot the broken tea, 'siftings,
tannings, or deist; From this explanatiett ,
It . •
,•
is evident that it, •wo folly, on the part.,`.
of the public to • tea "'simply because • 1
it is called dust or: broken leaf. There is
nothing in _which any adulteration is so
.easily detected in tea, and it is for thiereason
that adulteration •is almost impcesible. To, ,
the respectable members of the . trade, the'_..'
practices lately disclosed in - . the pollee
courts are even wore novel than they are to
the'public, who still entertains the ridicu- •
loos idea that the tea is adulterated silth sloe*
-- leaves and similar substances. 1 The disgrace':'-
. ful efforts made to foist offthe spurious Maloo
mixture as. - lopirig tea have, we , trus t been r -
completely stopped, and the heavy fess that
this wilkintlict upon the importers Is certain
to prevent' similar efforts some time to r
come.- There is another • dais of so-called ..-
tea - which requires-the attention of the au- .
thorities. We allude to the "Ile",punpow-
ders and Capers imported occasionally, and -
in email qaantitieslrom Canton. We have; -
no hesitation in saying that these coMpounds: .
•are quite as bad as the Maloo mixture, - while, •
the green kinds are likely to be "even more
deleterious to health,' as they contain a large
- proportion of pctint.. The quantity of paint - '.
. on, genuine, and on, spurious green . ' tea' is
simply a. questien of-degree; but no one can ,
:mistake "lie" teas when he tastes - them; and ,
we have no hesitation in saying thatthey
ought all to be seized by ,the health officers,
as it s .,:ur a; question whether many. of thee*
parcels contai any tea at all. - The officers,'...
attention• sh Id also be directed to' the inju- -
' eons an rehensible- practice of coloring -
caper!' and -t eg l selling them as gunpowders, '-
which we regret to "say is occasionally re- t
`sorted to in London. It is strange that, gov- .-.
ernment Should' render itself."an aseessory i
hefore tie fact" to.the poisoning of, the pub- -,,,,,,
lie by Mateo mixtures, and other spurious:
teas; yet - by accepting'-the day , upon them,
it 'clearly does so. , _The Customs ought to:.,'
destroy every pound of these, villainotis com
pounds directly da ihnport, but the honors-.'
hie_ commissioners are, as Is ',well known, .
momaniacs on the subject of the revenue ;
and so long asalev addlo their receipts, they
appear to care noticing for the health of the
public.—/Atidas, and China Telegraph.
.
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NATURE'S _ SPRIN4' SON(lhe lark gave .• - • •
the signal!.' :Up from the fresh, bright: tufts
of
sweet-smelling grass, through' the ,bright.
Spring air 'it hriskly,.cheerily flew joy in ,- .-, .'
its heart, lightness in its wings, -melody. • •
streaming from its throat—and' darted forth --
amid the feathered songsters of the; groVe, - •
blithely sounding' the, happy . key note of the; • •
swaet, Spriug morn! Jier.oni a thousand forest;"
trees come the melodious reponses; the mat in
.air was gaily, filled with the prettypreludizt " - 1 - -
ing ; the morning .breezes caught the tune,
and murriMied . it softly and' caressingly to
...
the countless leaVes qu'ivering on the grand'
old. branehes of. - the . stately tree; and, the' .- .
leaVes prolonged the full rich, strain, and •-.-..
swelled with their soft - wild,harmonles the '
beauteous. Spring song—the rejoicing Preen. -
of the new birth of ' thrl verdant !and floral .
year. The cattleen a thOusand hilla, in Melletw --..
concord, full contentment loured; and the .; --..-
face of hap& Natitrabaskedintiod's benig- ' •'
mint smile. 'llke:ntorninghyltfitof the birds, . •
the breezes, and ; the myriad leaves Of the •,,
wood'.joined the accordant sounds, and the • . - •
malni of ,Nattire spread, and rolled, and wl- . -•, ..
defied-, and wandered,
,until it reached. the
serene and lofty abiding places of the spirits-
\
of. the mountain -tops, WhOsQ 'broad and , •
mighty wings were - soon • hiarmoulously - -... ' '
freighted. with the - pleasant strains, •afid .
whose majestic *oices, In gloribus tones, e i n- •
riched the choral sort& with chords sublinlr, ..i:., ,
with: heavenly tranquil themesof peails and . - -
grandeur! And 11:1! from-this mountMn bed• . . 'W•
the-bounteous rushing river heareth the joy; .
abounding tumult, thrills with the weird and . • -
many-voiced song, uplifts, his White • and - •.;_".
foamy crest with pride, too- bear his -pliant . ';:•-
pa,,rt hi that fair song, and. .
on hs broad and '
rapid breast o'er crag and rock, through vale :• •
'and mead, past wood and 'hamlet, field and - :
town, bears the trininpljant song - to Ocean's.
well 7 pleased ears.. And then, from the depths; • • -.-
iof. "the vast, murmuring sea, all grandly. • .
Sounds of the solemn ponderofis bass to make.
the song complete.. - The waves- the, thunder-.
ous afithems.swell; and ;the 'high- cherubim•• - " - ..
themselves .meseems. tO. touch their geldtfi .
'harps and . add•telestial tones unto the earth's
first song of Spring!-- 7 -Mtudcal c ßulkan. •. t. i . - '1.,.
CHINES*: CUSTOMSAND CONTRARIETIES:-
I .am writing by the light of a . Chisiese can- -
die, which is* &Curiosity in' its way. It is
not over six inches long, thicker than Qui!,
and for wick has a straw wrapped 'with pa
per. Thecandle-stick`: instead of being: a •
tube-in which the candle is stuck, is a stand
with a'sharp.nail sticking up on which the
candle is skewered. Ott taking the =Ale
off Lcan' blow up through the straw and •
lengthen the flame as a blowpipe would. It
is like a small Argand lamp, but they lessen
its value by spiking - the straw tube. Alt the
- candle .is ii. specimen of the contturiety•of
Chinese customs and 'things to ours, I will
mention some - others. •The muleteers I con- f.
tinually hear say. "Geen> to their beaits
tum.them.to the left, 'and ,"Ho" or alloh" •
to turn theta to the right.. To start them -'
forward and tifi• stop them, too, they are •
always saying "Ho!" .When they meet
.each ether on the mad they keep to the left, •
instead of the right as , we do, and irtmeunt
ing a horse get up on the - right side, instead
of the left as we do. While . I am writing,
Mr. M--it-close by me. studying ts boOk of
Chinese phrases,. ,comix:sed -by :14 Chinese . •
.scholar,,,ns simple sentences. The one he is
at work uponnow.lays: "When people are.
too young to hive beards their faces have to
b e scraped with .a razor:" The writer's Ohl
nese to • amber being requested tb write hhifirat
name Edward tried ; to. pronounce it, hut" _
after several attempts gives it up in despair;
saying, "My belly has no such sound' n
the usual Chinese "way of saying, 9 I cannot. ; •
pronounce it:" 'Yfaitardtii one of tint assist
ants was sendingoff a letter, and atitheir en
velopes:have no gum attached, he dellber,
idely scraped his teeth with his finger nail,
and used the tartar - he collected as pb much
mucilage! As these =Lives generally. use
no 'tooth brushes' he carries•tt supply with
him.' : Tiara that this,is their usual way or
sealing letters: Dentists are 'unknown ,
among-this peo • de,,ao. the mouths of mast,'_
you meet tell the storS of their deStitation.-- •
Letter from China ' ' •
IT is stated that• the irrangeinente for
tahlirg.the census of 1870 are considered mine. -
tharangh and p rom ises 'to give more correct
and satisfactory resultS than in .the wage
of any previous ecnsus. ; - • •
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1... 7 :. -'l.*l QVILITCH, E IT. SpINEE a.nd ARCI I II
.• T k t t 7,1,170 Cent re tAreet,Pottsvllle.• I'lans, Spe
villetitiqns% ial re,.llthates pride Of every description
kd . - buti)lttl...c• 'Survo,..yllig in Its various ; branches
'at tentielif ii'. . . " • : .an '29, 111-5-1 y;
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A A TIL lA, POLLOCK, l't IA L A GENT.-offici , ,
11, v 3,,,N0t,t,,ein., sti-,t, Pottsville. - RED. WIIITE
ti.nci , GII,V.Y 4% s!I Cti.l.l. bought' and sold on Condi:ls-
Won. - Partieular attention paid to line trade by the
-
ette.Or ettrui 11, July 10, 'o,l—•-•-tt..
A. 11..COCAIRAN
1; nottidill. 4111.. A rile!. , ' , ,
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S,ll & COCHRAN, • .
CIVIL MCI) MINING. ENGINEEItS.
.TMIUC
1i AND I.3IIAUGHTSNIF.N. •
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• Vat ~I ft toil given to all business in the above
... hiving i large experience,:sathifact ion
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-apttiess guaranteed. i'ollectlons especially',"
811 ,
1 will redeive home-date it ntlorl. • . s
ry 11'70 • -
L. DAVIS. , ' ' . • .
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6i, . TARA 1 , :. - 6.NCie) STIIF,ET, 7 POTTSVILLE..
:;'Liles to the litisinese: over 10 yews. in,lill
i glif es him -Unusual 'facilities for darlving
Obit fronifirst:class hooves. , /11-. ra,rtieular
II 11 to country Work.' .. niareli-513; "70-ly
-- '
I,G 11.A.11TZ, ARCHITECT, , • ,
i. :LI, MARTU:r STREET, POTTSVILLE.
for Of the e.eilf-iluzuping cages; mitt of 'coal
l; ii f the ' tisnal
,height, saving thereby a
ins tit -of titolicr. in a large . breaker. The
ppl le cag'es ~ .are P)r sloiwis and Abaft"), with
,)‘.... t liar to :car, and a lth water apparatus
toklispensitwith pumps. It self-dumps one
tulles, acid: hoists one, two or three oant at
0 tittle. .r .• . . .
iverilo,er will plan,.
Rupert - Mond or contract
crithery improvements of; all kinds. ' •
s; _' . '
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t i OUN.cr MEN *NR - -_,80163,:
Al rattatani.'los esty 06.. Pa. ,• ' .
on -
nter el en ol'ithe Nineteenth Annual Nession,
an e NICEA ND3DAY, the &,h day of
ilh next: Pupils received tit any,eime—
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