The miners' journal. (Pottsville, Pa.) 1870-1873, November 19, 1870, Image 4

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    .F 0 %$ YEAR.
A i
. frHE 'LONDON
- InLondon they have I
'Post-office department, what
tal cards;" for the convenience)
They are blank eards about twi
ordinary,visitingTards:With steal
and*cost but-a halfpenny. Onesia
.;-the.addresa • the other has room for
of ordinarylength. As they are Used Ni)
out .envelopes, they are of course 'free
- pas.l-officeoftleials to read—those who hap
pen to have .uo more honor than to do so Mean
a thing, and who choose to spend the tine to
so. However, AnYthing of a private na
ture would. not : - be slept .in thiLway. They
are used largely for invitations pnd . replies,
• and - for blisinesstriessagea. They areexeeed
ingly convenient, - and also cc:monde:lL
-. They hate already created such no addition
to Wort' nil the l'oat-ollim department
that.alarge- inereuie of the workihg force
has bee)i inade..`
- .London Pt7scit sitews,, as follows,
.how'cipher can be use so that tio one
Can read but those addressed
~ Adopt a elpherthe key - to which is only,
known to yoarseifand yoUr correspondent .
'sou eSn'easily arrange that beforehand; and •
then, under cover of some nonsensical, com 7
monplice, or thysterious . sentence, you may,
'without fear of detection, convey to the wife
'-of your bosom, the object.* your .affeetions,
orlhe solicitk to' your family,, the inmost
thoughrolyhyr, Out. .
We subjoin' a Ifew snecititon ci
. -pher,s.-whichleive reeeteed the akinvahof
- the Postmaster Geuerai • • .'
1. From' a zewlY-Married. man to' ' wife,
fi'om Whom he has• been parted an hour and
three-iliiartere, and whom he Will see again
iri .course of the 'afternoon : "Dirty Esqui
. to:tux-end roving Easterd Shieks taste peen=
'ean every Thursday." ' •
Froru.❑ young lady-in the country to
, her cousin -4,m lon, annonaeing a most int
- p4rt,ant event-e - "Fanny's roses excel Dick's.
,Hardy asters seem plentifol. Read Oliver's
pamphlet on seedlings—exce.fieutly
Will Edgar and Ruth Elleu excuse.no green
gages, as grandniamma expects Dan ?V
• • Key to the cipher 1 and first - letter
...of each-Word forms the message.
- •3 : From a gentleman to a lady - to Whom
he is engaged; their last meeting was as far
hack as yesterday evening -and they will
. het see each other again. Ouliaeveu o'clock
TA-night; —"Mem. Daily - piiPtirs shorn: strange
. ignorance, but I shall go. 'thin grog. Let
--no parcels eseape,vteilanee.
,„N'ot cough h.q.
Ow, please." ••. . . •
• Key—the last letter of each word. .
4, From a lady at the seaside to the gentle
,- man she .be determined to marry. Her
friends disapprove of the match, amtrare
afraid she will elope : '-'ClovellyseentsloVelx;
Will A r think Clara's hat exceedingly
. droll Blackberries :unusually temptiog.
t'olisins of Minnie's expected."
Key—the first three letters of the first
word, the - 11rA two of the seeond, the first
. aim] last of the thirdonul the first of each of
• the rema ining -
5; Frutu a nervous andceceentric ritient,
wint.dites not wish the servants to know all
her symptoms and remedies . ; to her doctor,
• • who happens to be aka distance:- "Oppor-
Cantabs' climbed • up Hillsborough,
attitirdinising capitally o . 4 .others visibly corn'
jelling animals. Owls - Chase hats at Eslieri
. Cheap candles all . allow ; gin adherents do.'t
Tiy4 • doctor's answer (in the same. style)t
• t‘fliertinate errors `battle ones Oddly, dyfias
. ties'lall. Onwards education! sway, :late.
- guor! r Attack Devonshire - ere:mi."
-Key —theseemelletter of eaeh Word.
ti; , ' From . 'a juekey. at Newmarket to a
trainer. An town: "t=hing Saddel runt we'll
Change Tjaker's kroner, . Old Zach is often
4(i tie o riderstud about - -Ars. lite %lin Letll
•
. ,
fiey : — . the fi rst letter of every other word.
7, From • a 'client in difficulties- to 'his'
inoney•-lender: "Noe . uoy tel •em evah
1 - ehtona derdnuh"."'
Key too - abstruse for eiplanatioa. • ,
BISHoP iII'ItNLT,. 'once preaching before
Charles li. ; much warmed with his'sublect,
and .uttering, religions• truth in--a very
earnest% insulter,' with 7 great svhemenee•
• struck Ids tistEimoii the desk, and cried,our
in niouil voieei"• Who dare deny this'."' •
"Faith," observed the'king, in n key not so .
loud as thepre*lur,'"nobody that is within
reach of that gre:Wlist of yours."
" I fivnPATiitze sincerely with your grief,"
'„said a .French lady to a recently widowed'
friend, "To lose, melt a bushand ua youri!"
"Ah; yes,. he -was' ver . good, and•then,.
son see, open u inisfortune is always great,
one kno fis wriitt, kind of a_ husliand :.he
• has lost, hat cannot tell Nxhat,kiud of%a loan
one will. dud to suceeed
''.NIANINLi;" said a child one Sundayeven
t,-atterhaving at still in house all
day, "have I honored you to ;_rq,v ?';
- , don't' know. Why,,do Usk ,
• "Because the Bible sls •lionor thy father
mid 'mother, that thy 'lhyi4 may be long;'
a rid- thislas,lieen, oh; longest.day I vvcr
Tniii lig a, genuint Pptlaph- on a child im!ati
Oh lo,g t•aveS•ard • •
- " - "iiil taitled of Wen hitter et,p, ' •
' •::. • Awl ruen reftwed td p drink it up, -:
- .Hn thrnedhist'fittlefite•ht aside . ), '
. • I lut , ,ied . writt the ta.ste, awl died:" --
litre• sfts the main stay
• atjhe. eluti room. Stay:, pretty
- tilt ht ti 11.12. •
Mitp. I)
hushan4 i
ninch (.ver
CLOP.KINGS
WiNTE
STRA
CLOTHIER,I
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, .
- This 9laoh ha. hers a specialty-a-11h as fipr '.Dais
y . earg, and we have very unusual ineflitleA la the
- pai . .chase of thelieut i:UROREAN GOODS. " •
We ale. now fibplaying nn unrienlllsl 50 . 0k:chiefly
s,f air. own importation, ,ionAlE4ing to parta
.I.STRAC IttN ' • • •
' ASTIIACH • '
IS !ORA. C
: ET.
SKINS.
BLACK . .BEA \ /MSC. •
WHITE II
VI ' ISEA VERT,.
CIIIN(III4.T.As,
.•• BLACK: VF.I.VETEL:Ns.
• -• WHITE O)RDL'ItOIs,
No ts oil. red In4he fouLitry. .3fah.y
vi our:l3E3T G 0J1).5t1 cannot - be purchased el....whe c
Waterpioof 'Cloakingt.'
\ Ve r. e.l4l'esipeciat tention to stir aloe:: of t
one• of the leryeat• and bent escorted in
A werica.t nCluditi4 every price, from at eta. to f... 2.00
•
~pr: yard, lu twenty different qual it
• - ~
. ..• .
Illankets !. Blankets !!. Blankets! !
. .. . ~.
r . i . .
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11.avIth.rnlways 50:,.N., - larOy 4.r . t these tr..mts,
' We can offer 'Wem. at prie-A,Pi.t.efi which no retail
holt ic
.ea compete: : .So far this lq . axon our sale.
huie beerrbeyond precedent, but our arrau r getnents
..„ • Vi'l - t)1 tho 1:11 iI hi ore mull that we shall be able to sup
-. ply slntoA an4dentands. . ' ' ~ .. .
. • '
- 4 afa . ''Take .Particular Notice.4lA
•
`or almkto sell ererythiu: At rower prices than
the bank! goofs can be purcha . sect elsewhere. .
STRAWBRII)GE fi CLOTHIER,
".
.Corner ifdyktliaart Market
PHILAD I A
tat. 1. l)
Financial,
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. -5'.20150-141:1 188111 .
a- • .
• 130rOliT, SOLD AD L'Xi:II.k.N*OED,
. ~, - •.
MOST REAISONABLF: TEI:Ms. • •
eN
- . GOLD ___....
Sought and Sold . at Mar.ket Rates.
. . COUPON• : CASHED.
PACIFIC 'RAILROAD BONDS..
- . BOVO Az A xci sou):
k' TO r.* K S 1101:1311T7ND SOLDoar
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t. - •
- L
••_.: • . . (•01 M -I SSION.,-ONLV. ' - ' .
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L. ...
- 4%,,ilats recelce4 an 4 int.pres: unowea ou daily
I. , b a / a nces sublect to clieck. at estglit.
- -
'- : 4:
' . bro. 49 41.•THIRD;f1T., PILMLADELPAIi. • -
. . March 4 29..19 . 1 ' '., •• •
.. 134 j• •-
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A NCHOR. LINE OP THA-NBATL --, A.NTIC
zi. STEAMICHIPIL 1 -
Between New York, Glasgow, 11. 0 hddigerry.
r ia
.LiverpooolQnsenstown and, ilanuStitlr.
; Iteikeen RATFA 0 1 . ..PASUAGE.—F4k Pak
\ 'sage or drafts by this eommodlous, Comfortable and
'popular line of steanushlps between the United
dtates and gurope„ or full In formatiot to re gard in
s aces of passage, eta., apply In person or inill*
the Agent: (UPI. C. F. GLO Eat
itt/12, 164 No. =Centre Street,.Pottsvllle.
• •
'', I s
=I
STAL• CA SD.
Induced' in _the
called "pots
" the public.
he size of
41jti them
is for
Ante
MO
i:I.W niter 'lV'e,tghtst
iron Works.
SEE & CHEMTIAN,
-Baehinists, Founders it Car Builders.
finegrove, Schuylkill County. Pa.
Dar Rim, flint east on end, and self-Oiling
_Car Wheels a speciality. Aug. Lk 70.33.4nn•
1 4 EICHICESTER IRON WORKS; GLOUCEB
y_ . ,
TER CITY, N. 7.—Ogrtms, Nall, North Sev
enth Mt.. Crest side, PHILADELPIIIA, manufacturer
of CAST IRON GAS and WATER PIPES, 1 Mit : lron
Flange Putnping, Heating and Steam Pipes, Stop
Valves fur Water or Gas ; all sizes. Sire (Prugsy Hy
:intsj Lamp Posts. Gas Holders,
_Telescopic or Sin
g OW legs and Wrought Iron W.ork, orall kinds,
fur ras Works. AU Pipes proved" by HydroetaU _,
Press re: April H. 7046-1y,,-
pzoist CAR WOBICI3, •
JOSEPH DELANEY, Paof•atkron
A and, Ekhuyikill Onntly„Pa.
Having snit. ed Lfa Car shop, la now prepared to
build ali kind. Okra for tnining purpcoes. Being a
practical mceha •ic and having . for
veer. devoted him If entirely' to thi. tt
branch of the basin:. and building o
COAL BREAKERS. ~thepatenPe
'
of two celebrated Self- t 'unplug P.Xe,
which can be seem worki ,at the wor of mos.
Bancroft, Lewis .k Co., and • tteraott, Eltringham .t"
Co., Ashland, and at Mews., H. A. Moodie * Co.,
Preston Collieries, Cilrardvllie. Coal Breakers built
at the shortest notice. Orders Solicited.
April 2,70-14-1 y JOSEPH DELANEY 2
SHENA-NDOAIL IRON WORK.I3:
The subscriber is. now prepared to build Steam
Engines. Pumps, Cnal Breakers, and
Drat Cars. All kinds of castings and et'
Singings made to order. Especial atten-., -7 luta;
Don paid to the manufacture oT Car -
wheels. - CATBER,.
Shenandoah City, Jan. 1, '7O-1 •
FDIINEST AND MACHINE SHOP, STEAM
CAN FACTORY. &C.'
The subscribe!' 'would call attention
to the superior facilities pordmied by et u r i g .
h es
irn for the various brancli of Steam ',
Engine building. Iron Founding; and 4.:t er , ... ,-.•• „,,,,.- •
the manufacturing of all kinds•of ma- • ‘••• l + , .'" , "
chinery for Rolling Mills; Blast Furnaces, Aiiilroiui
Ca N, lie., Ay." f 1 .
He will also e
nntinue the business of m ining and
selling the celebrated fine Forest White Ash Coal,
being the sole proprietor of this colliery.
,t-Sep.l; 'fAL--f-ild Jan. I. '69w GEO. W. SN Y:DEIb.
, .
pOTTSVILLE BOLLING MILL. '
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.` 67.I 'ATRINs BROTKESs.. PaeOPRIETORB.' ..
Pottsville, Schuylkill Connty, Pa.,
Manufacturers of,Tit . tltroad Iron (both -
T and Street: Itatiai ;are prepared to re- etM
eel ve and exeetVeordiersai N .- bort:notice.
for any and all the ordltiary,sizes in use. ".;-'
our own pig. meted, we are
careful do .eii :t suitable ores; buyers can therefore
rely upon recei %log In all cases first class rails. The
snuffler sizes of T Italia, 2 4 , 'Si, 2 0 i, 32, arid 10 pounds to
the yard, always on hand; and supplied in small lots
as wanted: Jan. '7O--ly
TO COAL OPERATORS AND MINERS.
• PIONEER BOILER. womi. •
The subscribers respectfully invite
the attention of the business comma- et
nitY t heir Boiler Works. on Rai lead.
:••••••
St.. below the Passenger Depot, Potts- ' -r..7 r „.,„,..• •
where they are prepared to man
ufacture '
. BOILERS•OF EVERY DESOHIPTION, •
Smoke Stacks Air Stacks, Blast Pipes,. titufoutetOrs
. ' Drift ears, ere., tte. Boilers un band.
Being practical meelianic.s, and having for years
'devoted thentselves entirely to this - branch of the
business, flatter theinselvelf tt.at work done at their
establishment will give satisfaction to all who may
favor them with a eall.• Individuals and Companiea,
will find it greatly to their advantage to exathipe,
their work beforeengneng elsewhere.
JOHN T. NOBLE:
Jan. 1,'70-1- ' • 'MATHEW RHODA.
.•
ORCHARD IRON WORKS,
I'OTTSVILLE, PE'SNA
The subscriber% areprepared to fur-
Irish STEAM ENGINES and all kinds
of 31.A.CIIINERY and CASTINGS for tr
Miliex,hrlilast Foram-es and Rolling .*-Ze n,,. ;;,..„
:dills, and havea full assortment of the
mr,t approved patterns for VERTIt'A OLLING
ENGIN ES, SqI , EEZF.ItS,f4I.IEAIIS, PUNCH
ING Aril INES, and all other Machinery required
in the manufacture Lltailrotul lion and Barm.
The following Steam Engines are now on hand and
ready for delivery:. •
1 En g'e !sin ei - 1; Eng'sl2 in cyl.lR
1 " " 21" " 1 " 10%" **l.i"
1 " 11 " 9 . 12 "
i.
.1' ' l - - 11,..ft - .". 24. e "12 - " " " "
The above Engines are all new, and built Upon the
Lmost, approved prinelplem, and (min lac seen at the
µMrks of the subscribers. Also, a full assortment of
Plekeriug 41: Davis' Steam Engine Governors on
which have given universal satisfaction.
• lMept. 1, I MII- 7 1-Iy. • PUTT 4: VA ATI NE.
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS.
NOTI6E.—The works of the late firm of NV,ren
Brother. known as the, "WASHINGTON IRON
WORKS,' located on Cott I' st reet, I u the
Borough of Pottsville, will be coffin
ut d by the subscriber in a.l its various ;JR
branches, viz; Mtern Engine building,
'
and all kinds of machinery for mining -MAI ,- ; 6 w.u.
•
either coal or ore; blast furnaces of hot or 04.1 blast
all kindsof railroad earalligSatiti railroad car llstures
'of wr.mglit and eliAt Iron; nlLit inds of bra.ss cast ings ;
all it Inds of smi I Itwor::, Rattail sizes of the latest im
proved.pumps, single np double acting. Iteealring
promptly attended, to find neat If executed.
By careful attention: to, business the subscriber ,
trusts lie will rec:etveii,share of the pubic pattbnage
so ilneraily bestowed on the 'late firm.
Jan. L •iu-1 , JA NI W EN.
•
• •
ASHVAND,IRON WORKS. . ,
The subscril*rs_are now folly pre- -
•
pared to turn at the Ashland Iron
Works, steam Engines and Pumps
of any power and t'aParlty. for' loinr
lag and other purpcxseg. Gad Brea•
no
_ -
-ere of eWery•ltize and pattern ; nocr 112 two, to.
gether with cast burs and-•forglngs of every deacrlp.
non. Coal and Prlff - ears of all sizes aild pattertia,
Large "frock and IlOrke Cars, all furnished at the
• shortest Mitlce, The subscribers flutter thetnaelvert
thgt; Intismuch. as every. member of the firm is a
pradjeal mechanic, they will be able to furnish
maelit fiery the - Cu - 111 compare favorably with any in
the Region. All tirders dlrectedio J. & St. aimircytu,
Ash in 1141, Selluyik I IVoti n ty, Pa.. tlr iilr t..etive prompt
auentton. • , • , 'J. 4eM. GARNER.
. Ashland..lad. '
AGLE IRON 171011 K 13,
r___
HENITX WALTEitS. Proprietor,
' TAHA4I. it, sell rY1.1.1 LL cat - Scri:.PA.
Havingcularged his ioundry and ma- ,
Chine shop, at the Eagle Iron Works, r
Tamaqua, and thus very-
Increii.ed their capac It y for turningout
work in his line of Nosiness, he is.t..ow
- prepared to Engines add Pumps of any
power and capacity, for mines;. , 3lachinery for
Breakers Rolling and other mills, and for Furs.
nacos; nil kinds of castings and furgings, he.,
An experience of many. years In the business, with
the facilities which these works now,possesa,. enable .
the proprietor to turn out the Very best and the most isfac I ory work.- _ _ _
Ail orders addressed to lIENRYiWALT ERN, Entitle
Iron Works. Tamaqua, Schuylkill t:uuntt•, Pa., will
protupt attention. June 2', , 119-altr
••
T itE'P+.+.ALO ALTO IRON WORE%
.14 . e prepared ick furnish T R.kILROAD - IRON—
weiltilinitrolo '3)40_70 pounds per. yard—STREET
RAlLS—from ISlOCKpoututs per yard,
to suit either for horse ears or Ivo
motives., All these rails are of the Jt r iunii
LATEST AND MOST • APPROVED -
PATTERNS. 'Also, a general sussOrt
ment of MEIiCIIA:"a BAR IRON, Rounds, Flats,
Squares. Oval, 1-lair Round and. Grooved, Hoof.
AND BAND IRON, CAW AXLES, • RAILROAD
CHAIRS, FISII PLATES AND 11001:SPIKES,
for rails. 1 101.1.4 node hifithe best brands of cs)ld
blast charcoal Iron, ready for use, either for 1'
rails, street rails or bar iron. Abio , .ali hinds of
vASTiNGS FOIL ROLLING' MILLS. We ~ so in
.vile attention to our DIFFERENT PATTER - - OF
slizAn4, for cut ti ng.old rails, puddled Iron, &e,
BENZ. HAYWOOD. Proprietor
othee'cor.SecondAnid Market Sla.,-Pottmcille. I'a.
Jan, I. 111-1- • • . • .
CHAS. H. HARBISON, :
NO.ri MARK ET - STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
GEICEItA L AGICNIT
vicNslE - 1,40 - 40 T PSOifts:
C414 4 g 0 '
•
The SCALES matte under these patents differ
from all others, Completely doing away with all long
levers, check rods, and • friction on the knife edges,
thereby insuring an accurate, sem.itive and durable
scale. N. 11.—bend fur illustrated catalogue. Also,
Agent for Weston'. Patent Defferential Polly Block.
August 13. '7O-33-,3m
TUN". ADDIA(..N. ntalccts WARRICF.
'"ro COAL DkALLE,IIB. GAS COMPANIES,
/ QC.
The'undemlenedhavina . aucceeded Focht &I.Var
nit to the hole rannutactute of Focht's celebrated
Puteht
SELF 1 1 1.',Ntl'ING,
TIOISTINti
:4:4101' BUCK ETA
AND
111. - K . 4 110::•TING BLOCKS,
Nr-i,;4!--0.1111,1 Ore, Bac
EMI
.A 1. 1 1.,, In the mnlitifacture .of
44 - 4z,
LRO LOX WHEELBARROWS,'
IRON CA
AND
Arc prepared to till all orders with promptness and,
NOTloE.—lteing_ the role owner's of the 'Aitent ,
Ill.rrt for the Self-Dumping, Rotating. Swop /Wake!.
and Dock Block. we caution all persons against man-,
factoring or purchasing the AMMO from any except
eur%elves or .ear agents, as ws will prosecute to
the utmost limit any infringement on the Letters
Patent. ReApectfully,
ARDISON d WARREN, Reading. Pa.
February 6, 'EU • 6—ly
D E o lyp t itiOlC
J 'a t 3 OALHOIEIBG MA,
- '".patented April 12,
easy y
are
At ple, ..urable and of
operation. hence the huge number sold, and the per.
feet smitsfuctlongl yen. !send for illustratedcatidogue
eon t aln lug sizes,prices and testimonials from wiles
using them: , ail* containing price list of our Wood
and Irou Cars; iron Tubs and Barrows, Dark and
llook Block; ac. also containing much Infortitii,
lion useful to Coal merchants.
P. K. DEDERICK & Co.,
jAmalbeut.l4l;stgris.icustlintu.rairl* Machine Wort*, Aibsay,
ell/ York.
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I'4MM- X 021021 SIDILDII2II
___.IIISIIOI[ANICS I
At MYER & stmUlt'll eau be bought ebesp Bull&
tog itardware of MI kinds, etas. Pettus. Otte, Gls"
names; Plaster. Moony PI
Terra Cot Tope and lace, Also.
tofu Wof ell slow .
• Marra 12, "70
11-ly•
!E(F I
C lEEMLIMS BALE or .2NAL 111ETA'PE.-
.-787 'virtue of a writ of Yeadttfeeti Erporias.tasuea
out of the Court. of Common Phew of Schuylkill
County, and to me direeted,,there will beexpneedtra
public sale °easel:et/eon ' . , : ''
84reliP.Ar. November 33, IL - 0, • . i
At 104elock in the forenoon, at the Court House,
In the Borough of Peril's-111c, Schuylkill County,.
the following described real estate to wit: o
All the full. equirl, 'undivided one-sixteenth pare
the whole Into 16 equal parts to be
. parted: and utvi
ded, of„ and in all the following described piece or
parcel of Coal Land (comprise:lot portions of there/.
cal surveys 'referred to in a certain Indenture or
compromise and mutual grants and releases Made
by anti eetween Richard P)Foulke, William Park.
er Foulke and wife, and a corporation known Bathe
Preston Retreat, of the or2 m art„and Johu.Anspach,
'Jr., and wife:tad o th ers of Cher part, dated- the
Bth day of Jutie_, A.. lb. l' end recorded in Selluyb .
klliCounty in Deed Book ,o. re, page 31„ de, and In
Columbia County In Deed Book 0, page 264, /Lc, rte
course being thereunto had will appear ) situate, lys
lag and being partly In the township of Butler'
(iste Barry) In Schuylkill County, 'aforesaid, and
partly In Columbia County -In the State of
Pennsylvania, and bounded and described (aceoril-
Ins to a recent sarvey„marking and report of ft
larger piece As' portion of land, of which this des
ecritted s ake - War, part, ntede by Peter,W.Sheafer
and Alien Fisher, of the Borough of Pottsville, I.
tic/auylkill County aforesaid, purveyors for that pure
pose mutually appointed and etiosen by the part fee
Wand In conablendion, ed the said Indentur&cd
Compromise) ei. follows, to wit: Beginning at St
point ie the middle of the summit-of the High
Ridge next tiortlOof ,the lSlonenoy Creek, which
point is midway between the. eastern boundary of a ,
tract originally surveyed on a warrant dated the'
loth day of May, iTal, issued to William Elliott, - and
the western boundary of a tract originally surveyed
on a warrant dated the 10th day hf January' 179 t„ Is
sued to John Alexander (now part of the Girard er+
tate) which perint was eat:irked by 'health' Shearer
and Fisher upon, the ground by a pine knot stake
and pile of stones, and witnessed upon 8 chestnut
oak trees, each having 3 notches towards said pile
'thence by the middle of the:summit of said ridge by
the following courses and distances, the same being
altad'inarked by the said Shearer and Fisher, by cut.'
ting a "laze between 2 notches upon the sig ht Mei,
and ablaze for the other lines, that is toady south
iCs degrees anti of a degree west 718 feet to a young
pine tree, inarkedny thesaliteheafer and Fiaher fore
corner by - 3 notches On the easterly side and westerly
side thereof, and witnessed by 3 notches upon each'
of the sides respectively towards some of seven
'neighboring treee,-one of which is a large White oak
standing westwardly of said young pine, thence
south se degreeri and !.. of a degree west .409 feet to a:
pine tree, :narked by the-said She.afe and Fisher
with 3 notches on the easterly ages westerly a des and
witnessed by 3 'retches on the' sides towards the
same of each of 4 pine tree+ and 2 rock oak trees ; .
thence south 81 degrees 22 minutes west feet to a
pine knot stake set in a pile of stones ,made by the .
sald surveyorectn that liucof the westernmost sur-
Ney on a via ltont to Joi n t Dreher, which extenele
northetly from the Northwest corner of an interfere
Inc survey en a war rant to John Kelly (the last of
said stake and - pile of stones are at a distance
ut :9 , 6 feet north 8,.= degrees. west from .
said corner of John Kelly, unit ' witnessed by
the said Shearer and Fisher by 3 notches upon the
side towards the same by 6 trees standing In the
neiglaborhon 1 thereof; thence ' by n line parallel
with the southern line of the Girard tracts, origi
nally surveyed on warrants issuedi g ßobert Ile tir.:
hirimer, 'William Shannon and eie e Blecklann;
to wit: 'South 'B2,N degrees west a ut 3.02 feet,- be
the same inure or less, until sit strik'us the eastern
boundary line of the tract origina lly surveyed on
(
warrant issued to Deborah Grant, dated the endend day
•of January , 1703, at the distant, o 2 1 03 feet, south 734
degrses east from the double pine corner of the lass
said tract; thence along the custom line of the said
Ix.bitrali (Irani survey north it degrees west as) feet
to theatforesaid double pine corner of the Deborah
Grant survey; thence along the northern boundary
line of said lust named survey south 12 degrees west
about eal feet; be the same more or leas, to stonefi t ia
corner of &tract originally Surveyed on a warrant
Issued to,Winiatieraliet t, dated the loth day of-- ray,
17W1; the ice along:the er.stern boundary line of the
said William - Elliott survey north 7,ti deg rows west
(-resitting 'the County line of said Sebes - 11011 and
Columbia Counties into the saia'Colutithia County
about 3l.sreet. he the tame more or less, to a corner
by the pit ain plot, a chestnut oak tree, bat now'
•stones,littested by old wittiest; marks on a neigh
!tering tree, being the southwestern corner of the
aforesaid tract originally surveyed on warrant
to - Robert Illitzbeimer ; thence by tite southern
.boundary line of the aforesaid last mentioned tract
and the tract originally surveyed on warrant to
William Shannon, north st2.!.y degrees caret 4159 feet
ton point midway between - the said eastern line of
the said William Elliott survey and the western
survey of the John Alexander survey, which point,'
wits ascertained by actual measurement and - was
attested by said Sheafer and Fisher by marking fis
younrepitie tor. a earner with 3 notches - on the
easterly, westerly and southerly aides respectively,
and also by witnessing the same by 3 notches upon
the sides to king towards the same of 4 trees reaped--
heel v shading In the neighborhood thereof; thence
by a line par a llel with the eastern line of said sur
vey to tile' William Elliott, south 7 degrees ands
half east 3 ;IV .:'l';ret, recrossing saki county line luta
Schtly Iklll cuitely to the 'beginning point in the
middle of summit °rube high ridge aforesaid, con
tal nin within start boutidarles the quantity of
uhOUt aU e.
OIL , res, be lie-Seine, wheu truly ascertained,
more or lee'a ; being Atte same premises nine undi
vided eixteentlis parts of which Williain A. Patrick
and saralel.., his wile, graph tk - rind conveyed unto
Mary Bast, by Deed elated tin lth day of April. A:
. D. lea, as in and by a referenee t het eta. recorded in
Selniylkill County, In 1 teed Book Ni - e eteie--...,
will hilly appear, recorded ~In Deed Biel No. bi,
:page 600, de., with the appurtenaneo s , erne:tannic of
a . frame Coal Breaker witheSeltutes, eereena, Ma
ehinety; Sc., complete, 3 blocks of I , ;•story frame
miners' houses and a frame. stable In Columbia
County, rind a 'Meat frame Coal Breaker, with
tarbutee, screens, machinery, de. complete, I frame
engine house, I dirt plain with; inaehthery, coin ,
piths, I counter schute; I self acting plane. 1 frame
stable, 3 triune water tanks, and 121 blocks of 1 1 .;
store frame miners" houses In SeliuelltilleoliblY.
Seized, wet. takirn I Western t ion as the property of
'WEIN n
C•d
x t v o y b N e K s t o o lth.Ss• herlfr.
sherttr. Ithere leetsvine. Prt.„ NoVemixtr bit, Drat.
Nov. ilOre-to., 4e-tt.
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• C EIERIFFI3 SALE OF BEAL ESTATE.-By
...3 virtue of sundry writs of.fieri Fa , dalt, Lerurt I'd.
CMS and Vvriddioni ,Exponas -Issued out of the Court
of Common Pleat. of ischuylitlll County - . and to me
directed there wilt loeex reed to public erste or
outcry, on -• •'
•:, . 5.4 TURD.I I; _Veer et/Kr 2rith, 1370. • -
At 10 o'clock In 'the forenoon, at the Court ifoust..,
the Pothwille s Sehuyil:lll County, the
following th.r.erlfs real estate, t wait 7
Al ii lie right, title and I atermi. t,f 4.aeic seyfert of,
In and to all that certain lot or pleee of ground,
. tiateAu theltorinigh-oi I.lehily!kill haven, Schuyl
kill County, hound• il north wand' by lot of James
Sir patrlek, easta'ardly by Dock streetMouthward3
ly uy, prenerty tir.Jae..l) fl unt zi 'tiger and westwardly .
by an alley; containing In width feet more or less,
and 144414. p% 140 feel, more terless, with the- appnr
tetutnees, .consisting Of a "story frame .dwelling
house; with a.-story frame bark building nttaeheil,
tnila frame stable: usibe property of. ISAAC 1i ET_
44MT. •
A LSO- 7 .1.11 that Certain small te or tractor laid,
'sit urate in Union Township, schu County, ad
joining lands Of Samuel Dresher,, .'Slicheelerover,
_John Hen, lienrsestautTer nod others, con taining
s al acres_ more oriesis, with the appurtenances, con
sisting of.n story leg dwelling-house and a log
barn ; asltie propriety of JOHN - .
- ALSO—NO. Oita cera I n amallfartnor tract
„ ofSore . ..ghat Township, Schuylkill
Conmy,. , adjeining the-upper rresd leeding from_
Pottsvill ea 0 Sither.+vi Ile, toe Dunean tract, and land
of...Commis Seltzer' and 'calt , re, containing 4 acres,
More or Iva, with the appatenancen consisting of
wii-story triune tavern -nod' d welling-house, with a
lt:estory frailty:back bulk - fine attached a brick and
frame 'smoke iinuse. and 2 frame stables.
NU 2.—A II iliateert site lot or piece of ground, alt
.itate In Jalnepa, In. the borough of Pottsville,
Schnylkill`County, bounded tiorthwardly by Front
•
Street, eastwardly by lot of Ftederick gehultz,
southwardly by the Mount Carbon Railroad, - and
westwardly by lot of Frederick, Flail, containing in
widtif feet, and in. 'depth tat fs et, more or less,
'With the appurtenances, consisting of a 11; story
fraire dwelliug-house with brick -anti stone base-,
eat; Lathe property of CHARLES' F. KULL. • .
' , AU...ft—All Idote 3 certain iota or pieces of ground.
situate In , Newtown. Reilly Township, Schuylkill
Confity, nonrated nertliwitraly by an alley, east
wardly by the public road leading from Pottsville
to Tremont, eontliwanlly by Pine Devi, and 'west
wardly.by an alley, contidning together.in width 75
feet, and in depth 125 feet., with the *appurtenances,
consisting of a 2-stbry fraineelivelling teams with
stone basement and a I,i'story triune kitchen at
taelted, a frame stable and a frame stnoke-aquae; us,
t tieproperty of MARGARET ZERNIIELT.
Ad that certain :-story (mute dwelling...!
house, situate north of Mauch Chunk et-reef, Le
to:eon Coarriteretnuti the Mount Carbon - traitress];
near the holier. numufactork cf John T. Noble In
'the. Hommel' of Pottsville, In the said Comity , of
Schuylkill, containing in fond on "a small street,
running parallel with l'eaistreet. 'l2 It, and in
depth L'.4 feet, and the lot or eiTeree of erioun and cur.'
tilage appurtenant let said Mitiding ; as the proper
ty of JuitN QUINN.
ALSO—AII that certale 2-story -brick dwelling-'
house or building. a ith itarement story below, sit u-'
ate to the •Itorciugh of Pottsville, In the County of
Schuylkill, on the northwesterly corner of Laurel'
Street and 11111 street, containing In front on- said
Laurel Street Al feet, and itislepth along 11111 Stneet
feet; and the lot or piece) of ground and Multiage
appurtenant to Kahl building ; as the ;Muttony of
L MANUEL EICHORN ano ELIZABE7I Et
c:llOlLN,
A L.StS—Aiitha cer al:. far trat a r
sttuatent t t
'in No m.
rth c Ma r nheim Toa - r-
NMI), Schurlkii County,_ Pa., bounded and limited
as follows, to a It: iteslimlng nt a stake In the road
•leading to Orwigsburg. at a earner to Frederb k 1
Lnuderbrun's land, thence alohtt he staid -read had
lug to Orwigaburg north 1.4 degrees. west :73 perches
to an apple tree, thence along mild road north 4 lie—
grece east 2.1 perches to a white - a
-Lk. thence by land
01 Jeremiah Reed south 3:t degrees west 6 perches to
a stone, thence south 7$ degrees west 3u l G perches to
a stone, thence north 12 degrees wesr4 perishes to a
steam, thence by kied late of Morava Rickert and
Philip Drumheller:south 73 degrees west re 3.4 -perch
es to a show, thence by other land south 74 degrees
-west perches to the River Schitylkill, thence
along the said River south 12 degrees amt 19;4 perch
Rs, thence South I.S) degrees west 11 perches, thence
south rdet.s" dt greys nest 6 perches and (Orly-two-one.
hnntlretitlei to a stone, thence sou th'38,,4 degrees east
6 perdu s -and twelvesonesiniudreJths to a atone,
- thence south 64 degrees east 33 'perches and one
tenth to a stone. thenoe month 3'4' degrees east It
perches anti forty- eight-one-hu
15 ndred
sand
to a stone ,
t hence north 673 4 degrees east perches and seven
,
ty-tive-on e-hun d tedtlis to a stone, thence north 7s l / 4 '
-degrees east /55 perches and lifty-tour-one-linn
dredtlus lo a stoue, theme north 471-4 degrees east 9
perches and three one -hundred the to a ettine,tri4 nee
..north 16% degrees wet- :A perches and seveuty-t wo
one,hundredths to a stone, theatre south 79% degrees
web!.l_ perches and tit... nty-threeknie-hutidradthe
to is atones thence north, l i i degrees west k 2 penises
and twenty.-threvorie-hundredths ton atone, thence
north 7443. e degrees east 17 perches and illesoue-bun
diedtlei to u stone, thence smith degrees east 15
perches andnimeone-hundreeltha to a maple, thepee
south 20,4 'degrees east :12 perches and seventy.sia
one.huhdredths to a stone, thence south6„74d eg r ees
east 14 perches and ninety - seven-one.hundredtu e t
a stone, thence south 77,!.1 degrees east 14 perches
and seventy-nine-one-hundredt ha to autone, thence
north Si degrees east 2)perches and seven-one-hun
dredths to the place of beginning, containing en
acre s and 24 perches. with the appurtenances, con
sisting* a 2t'?sbory atone dwelling house, with a
I•story stone kitchen' attached, and a large frame
bank.rn with stone basement. ALSO—AIi that
certain other piece of land, situate lw..Norte Man
helm Township aforesaid. and 4dß:riding the above
:mentioned tract, bounded its follows, to wit : Begin
uing at a post corner, thence by land of Frederick
Lauderhrun, north 77 degrees east .4d perches to
stene corner, north' SS owes' met perches to a
pine, north le degrees West /134 perches to a spruce,
north tJ degrees west 36 perches toe hickory. thence
by land now or late of Richard Rickert south 71-de
grees west 4034 perches ton post, thence by land late
of Philip Hoy *path IS degrees east 81 and three
tentlisperches toe post, thence by Jeremiah Reed's
acre lot north 77 degrees east 12 perches to a post, .
south 15 degrees cast 13 perches and four-tenths tonic,
place of beginning, containing I , l*resand ill perch
es strict Vivienne, being Use se me premises which the
said, the - President, Managers and Oompany of the
Schuylkill Navigation Company by Indenture
bearing even date herewith, and Intended to- be
forthwith recorded, did, for the consideration there
livnentloned,part of which is Intended to be here
by secured, convey unto the said Johrelleynor and
Lilward J. Gaynor, in fee, under and subject to the
reservation, restrictions, releases, cone ants and
provisions therein set forth, as by reference thereto
will fully appear : as the property -ef JOHN GAY
NOR, "deceased, in the hands of Edward J, Gaynor,
his artministrator, and of EDWARD J. GAYNOR,
in his own right.
ALSlu—All that certain small farm or -tract of
. las d, situate In Butler Townst Ip, Schuylkill ant
ty, adjoining the public sued feadleg -to Ashland,
and lands now or late of the estate of Benjamin
l'ott.decertied,froac Reed. ------ Fidler , aed others,
containing 17 acres, more or lews, with the Appurte
nances, consisting of a2-story anieshrenung-house
and a frame barn; as the property of OL'ORtif:
REIFF arid CATHARINE REIFF.
ALSO—AiI that certain lot or.pletcs Schuylkill tilde lu the' itureugh of Malieney illy, Schuylkill
County, bounded non hwardly by, centre street,
eastward!: by Catawfara street, sauthwardly 'by,
Water street, and westwardly by lo• of Hugh Tobin,
containing In width 2) feet, and in depth t 2.5 feet.
With the sppurtenancra. - consisting of a 2-story
frame store-and dwelitne.houge and a frame stable .
as the property of MARTIN FOLRY. '
Seized and taken in ex ey ut lon anti will he ! sold by
GEORGE C. W YNE4X)P, Sheriff. -
Sheriffs Oblate. Pettatilh., Nov. 1, Ind. "
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193. . FISHER BROS. - . 193• ,
,
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Watche', aorta, Jewelry, Wedding and
E eat Bt_np„ (tx,E solld.lnllver Ind
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Plated. Ware . LeMes' Work Boxes, Chins
Ware, etc. ' -
lam* assortment of 31siom di Benlln's an Geo.
Wools It Bo,'s Parlor and unwell - Orson; Pianos
and Maslen/ Mereluindlze genendly. L 1 •
• Watch-repairlnk by nonapelent workmen,'
OW and examine Wille poroluwlnz elsewbern.
P-U3REft BROVIEBA.
. Ise eau* sr.. Pottsillkx ,
. THE MINERS' JO
Sljerirs Salm
RO5l 1,111
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plitabetisigir Alivertbounts.
i
1:1 IL. .Roantsos stlo* t
L. • ( Igocompor to W. G.atlittzer,) I
Isqxwlest, irawribeturers and Atratthere ty . 1
31.1LITAsy. Calmat. Wenn'. TIMATNICAL- 00011.
FLAW. Brows& BAimm, Ac... .
No. 11l North ThLol Skim; litliatielplLia. 1
Docetaber 1. 'ft-1Y i
~Ere; Ai l , 1 5 4:M r anil t rp s . BANDAII*
shove Market. Ai" it Eil c 6thiT'S Tgiort" oval.
Mattly eurrollutrhotra, Chtitprrtmoes.
_ Belts. Stual Su err. 15h2K IPIPPI— Ftra. ;
oat. atuopensucees . Me lAdlos attended
to by lam E. oly 14, "10—N-ly 1
~ PôII r SVILILE;
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A ' •
.• Rit : "OEPORD, cruntras and
If
It 'ALMS In ' 1 HER * SHOE FINDINq,y,
• . . .. N. Seem • Ist.„ below Poplar, Philadelphia:
-- . h. Slaughter and Hemlock . Sole Skirt Ina Val!
S his Spina, Grata and Buff r pper. Morbeeo,
Bind! • I.lalliga, Cot-Leather. A getieral Insert
/eel:it .r shoe Findltirpt andCypera. re manufue,
tore . OUT KIPS and b.R LEATHER ex prev .-
ly for he MINERS ' E. Nests' Foot, Tanner'
and (,)3d Liver 011 s. L. N. WALKER,
Senl;l7. - 70-35—ana)
H. 31. CRAWFORD.
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COXAS DRPITY. '
"Sorra Smarts Errusarr, above Csadrarro A
• PHILADELPHIA.
jest opened. with a large and well selected: 15
at of Foreign sad ti
m ea Carpetin. of,
re aryies and qualities.DU Clothe.:'
Sni t Driarrk, Rita*, Rata.Stair ROO, 41e..
tal or wht be will aril very cheep fork
Sept. 10-4S—thalf3Bms ,
STEWARD DEPt'YOR xtrr at Ztl South
street; but with THOS. DZPVT.
ÜBE
EMIL L ST.. PHILADELPHIA.
41;
• : e ESTER & HOPKINS, De •ignersand Manutac
turet of Fine Cabinet Ware, kelp on hand a large
wp) ent of Walnut and CotU r r Fu rn iture. hair,
Husk and the Woven Wire HP g Mattress. Goods
to • tit at a distance will. belacked in a secure
• man ter. We BUT and sellibr cairn. and in an doing
are e shied to tarnish superior goods at the lowest
'stet • • Site. We solicit a call 4 Sept. 17, '70401.•1y
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49 Value St. CUL. O. . .
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137...1.P PAINTING.— -,
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-100 Ilia of tta Pant► CaarAn' ,l
•, . COLOILZD pArSi frostin: $1?...,": , 16.. j
1 / . ' paint ea mach as 1n.3 SE-n. et J., ...4. ,
/a : - •
a a , nl wel
dterttig..l*!..En pa Kti-cl^S`•l
COST LEAD North 4ta at, Phamiti: . •-.
ir.s___/ji „ A y ess use, N:
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SITUSE.
JOAEPIrWALTONA: CO., •
gm MAKZIM, No 413 Walnutat., Philadelphia.
estatiltshment is one of the oldest In Phila.
ta,.atid from long experience and superior fa
s: we are prepared to furnish - good work at
•
able prices. .
manufacture line furniture, and also medium ,
furniture of superior -quality, A large stock
Dore always on hand. Goods Made to order.
enters, beak Work and Office Furniture . for
s, Offices and Stores, made to order. , •
WALTON, J. W. LIPPINcOTT. , IO3. LWOW.
.12 , -ma.
CAM:
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of In,
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RAILING. WIRE GUARDS, for Store
Fronts. Factories, dm. Heavy CO alped \\•ire
for cleaning area, coal, 11:e. Heavy tiereen
. and Coal Screens. Wire Webbing for Sheep
• • ultry yards: Paper :Makers! Wirem,.Reamg and
Wire Cloth Sleeves, Painted Soreens, Ornament
re Work. • Every information by addressing
nufacturera, M. WALKER et SONS.•`
No. 11• North 6th street, Philadelphia.
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and
Iron I
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.r 0 DRY GOODS AT THORNLEY'S.
iy we sell so cheap: Light Expc ! large
east Cash Purchases Close Personal Atteu-
A Life-Long Experience: .
(Over'l7 yews on Spring Garden'Street.) .
offer this SIASON a soar SPLICKDID SroCK uF
, embracing every variety of
Shawls, Dress Goods.
Blanket,' and Quilts
metes and, LI pens,
Bus
lion
Goo:
Kid Glares,'
Corsets', Skirts, ittc.
';,
' J EPil lI.THORNLEY, (late Thorfile'y A.Shisnr"
E. cur. Bth and spring Garden St a., PnAlad3. •
rt. '714-38-Bra -=
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ITiT 14 Ban IC B' 8 PLAVORIIO3 DX
TEAMS warranted equal to any made Are
red from the FRIT
it
your Grocer or Druggist' fee IFiffherger's,r er•sets.
IILOW'S INDIO() 111.1. TE Is. without sleuld,l , ll'
.article In the market. It will color more water
'four time. the . game, Height of hong.). The
genuine In that put up`,..zit Alfred Wit i le'reer's
g Shire. Wiltberker's and Harlow's name on la-.
all others counterfeit. For sale -by infj:q I; ru
and Druggists, Wil.rnsmcgis%4 Is tistbsistd: f eu
' be found a superior article. .IDrays on hand as
nable prices. Pure (trouts'( Spices, Genuine
leinei, Chamois Skins, Tapioen, sago, and all ar
s In the Drug line, at
'ALFRED NIiII.TDEItDER'S Drug Store.
- „ No:: 233 North Sis..,aul W., rlaitudulplll:‘,
4 -.
no , '7O ' Zi-!an -
Mi . lELlei. KAItCHER.. • . , • •
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'FURN . ITURE: WAREROOMS.,
.236 and 23a South Second Street.
. ' P.llll.4.ADlibl ILIA.
to undersigned having greatly inet rased meal 11 , 4
In he addition of the largo four story build in,: ii,l-
Jofl in; his former place of business. curers g rt-itt ;4:1-
du ments to all purrhasers of furniture to gi,e him
a e 11. lie ix 'confident of 'team ot.d.t. to irtiani.eull
wh ) may favor him wlt lel heir custom. and his ex
pertlienee of twenty years In , business Is a gum Move
of Is ability to trim out the beat-of work. ,:lie lag--
an ally supervises his large wiwkshbps, and ally :cr..
t le P unt on hand will tie-made loonier at the lim ~...t
to a.. A large stock of all kinds of ElltNITI'llt:
r l n
c o st wntly on hand. 7 IS:M. KA I
...it i.:l fl , : rz.-
t. lt, VI . . p .
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0,000 otrAB.A.NTEE.
VCR - LEAD eizells ell, other lAqui!,..
lit. For its thirivpJed Whiteness. -
2t. For iteUneocaltl Darald II ty. :
3d. For Its Unsurkassed \er tug i'ropett y.
Lastly Tor Its Eeonon*, •
Nets lees to pAintrivito 'Rock Lei than any
er White Lead extant, : ,:.The same weight eoror.
re Surtsee;44-. mote Durable' :and makes Whiter
.
Ili
BUCK LE.gpla . tile Cheapest and Itest.
$lO,OOO- - GUAILVS .
UCIC ZINC E*eels all Other . Zines.,
Ist. For Its
2: For Its Untivaled Whltep t esi. . • -
3d. For. Its Unsurpassed Cot - ging Prdperty.
La' stly,.for lts Greht Edonomy, f ! -
r ns the Cheapest Handsomest, and most Durahle
lte Paint to the world. -
I
'TY ONLY.BUCk LEAD. AND iIUCK.
, •t ZINC;-
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TR" IT AND BE CONVINi2EIS.
i tixjuetialkyttarcnif red by the tuetfuctuu•, en
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Ptyptired expreruily for pal Fel ng
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gex, Out-bullillngs of every descrlppon, tenets.
1 tiri Ttilrty-five dllirrent colors. Durable,..Cheep
1 i form and lleant (rut Shades. ' -.-•••
i ample rards lent lgir mall If desired. ::-..•fi '',
,realm,' Ordure will' be promptly executed 4 'ig - 1 hi
...
• nu facturent. , .. ~
- ' FRF:%"CIf, Rtt'llAßDs &-e.0..
W. 'Cor. Tenth and
.2? Aftirket Streets, t'lilatlel
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BUSINESS COLLEGE,
1. W. COR. TENTH AND CHESTNUT STS.
•bolarshlps good In 16 Colleg In the United
Oa and CaColl ege int. For particulars call or send
I • ogue. • Oct 1, 7010-om.
:101 Vieffolic1:94ft41141
)TTSTOWN,' MONTGOMERY CoUNTY, PA.
Mak, Claindeal. Scientific. Artistic sad Coaner-
Location admirable. Twentieth At Sea. ,
Thorough preparation for College or Business.
address
F. MILDER, A. ?[.,'Principal.
res. Jos. *lipt, Schaeffer. Mann.
titer, Jo.ige Ludlow
B. M. MOyer; M..ltu.rl Thayer,
July =,
03 STA't E NO FrifilidEo6l,
VI" & CO34EKIICIAL INsTI rrti: '
All Instill:all:4i M e
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ogaA
_i l i e T i l ijra d , b'
_a and nyt_t_ttl_r_tt! 1 It P AT iyientm. •
vig:,70.113.2"Nued., .11',.'iltli t!Alt% ER, A.:v .,
- ' .p.ibeipui.
. •
~ .
. 111 suing illaclA:mtni, 4c...
NTICE.-31annikettmerand users 01 $!4.11171
pumps, are hereby cautioned agalt:st the man
ta/A wente. or nee of. Pat e n t ; mp Inut ati.• rum in.
fedi !ti on Alltion'e dated etentendaer24.•
ISC as they will be prosecuted to the full extent - or
the law.
I have already commended snit against several par
ties, and will.proeemme all other infringers.
rt Carbon ; April it. 'DOC , MUST. ALLISON.
ble 'rice' by the undersigned. - supplied atreason
, .
' ALLISON .k. DAYNAN, .
7 - ' Franklin run Works, Pori thrbon. ra..
J .1.'70 .
H. li er T:F: an ilAs t"Pun ::::::
i....
1.
nnecessor MB. B. CROSESETy.
r e u tee O i r Worics;
v.o.r
.urnacesscatc:Lerruna:ioirwarm.orgecsna
• 0. 1 F I REBRICK,
Utile Kilns, dipole Furnaces. BLOCKS and
11ILE14, for Blast Furnaces, Gail Works, Mal
- leabte Iron Works. Baker's Ovens, Green -.
- , Houses, an. Move Heater and Rouge
- • Linings, Cylinders; dm. of .very
description to order. ,
Fire C1ay„.1461114 I. Ire Sand. Fin Cement, l a n !bilk
or• Barrel. - Poinrosno. -
Ai of:Woodbridgs Creek. N. .1., and Peek.il It,
N. Y . P.O.Addrem. Perth Amboy , N. J.. or Peek=
kill, .y, April H. 70-17-ly -
4h
L r
A9E VALLEY - RAILROAD COISPY.
telde,.showing eon ons of the L. V. R.
wl those of the •ft Reading It R. b.
Pottsville and 10 rmedlate . O
points
•
lie
0 Reading and Pottsville -
. Ilf.tA.
e Pottsville.. A.
5.40: 9.00
Readlity.. .731 i 10.2
East Penna.lunetion—...- 3.3.1 f /LSS
e at 9.151 42.41 U
" ,New 12.1Ze 3.40
. .e. x.l r, L.
2.1
-
BE
BErtriunso.
IMO
New
Easton__ .". *- •
Hart Penn — a: i iiiii '''''
5643
Read 1 n ' ''' -•••
e at
Aril
rivet
•
MAUCH CHUNK and intermediate
Pottsvlie, 5.40 and 9/O.A. M., and 243 P. 3 p
ManeEt.2iunkl2.o.l M., 6.4 and 9.30,P. 1
trig leave Mauch Chunk 4.45 and 1031
at Pottsville, I=s ail
II 7.33 P. Id. • .
all points In the Lett Coal Regions end for
Waverly and He slodeave Pottsville; 3,10
;Mint H. MA y'RE,
, lehem, Dee 33, NS
PApetinreneleint and Engineer.
fly ' -
EGTI
rsn
Fg
n - ping YONTIE. The twat selllmt-ItOOK
ever published. Agents who Will eel& our
Moms Talk sod Idedicil Common • Son•e,
Or competition.. There never was a boot pat..
like it. Anybody Nut sell lt.Evervbpdy
Many Ingests are now niskina from tie i to
itionth seuiryg this wondeiftd book. 21 page
ptive Circular sent tree on spidlestion: We
live Aerate ales who eau AIRY eppreet
merit. of th e w ork. snit the fleet that It work
- want. M an ia ,‘rbpdottre to doxood as
Make mem" Additim,,.., WELLS i t COFFIN,;' •
f
.29.04 u all firm: sue Bt.. Now yryrr„
Nal .1
have
E 5
E 2
13=3
,210043! NOON - 41141SUILIA.
. •
NEW 1111EMILITM—Rogetaire
p a s repatvla at DAMIAN a — a • ,
SCHVYLLL PENSYLVANIA
EASTSFICK& BROTHER,
COAL BROKERS AND COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS,-
11 M:=l
Aug. L. 10-,:1at31-tr
, , 1
ROBT. P. EFATIL. • , • ' CHAS 17, HAZZARD
rt. 33. meE..A.za-r ".k. cci... 7 0
f
„ ,
.
I -
• , FIRE INSURANCE, - - .‘ •
. ,
.
ANTIIRACITI B'OARD OY .TR ADE 'ROOM.S.i
' :No. 178 Centve St, Pottsville, Pa.
June 2.1% ,In. . , . -
P. . ~. ••• : 1:2-28tf
WALKER & PRICE,
NEW UNION HALL; MAHiNTONGO STREET,
ANY (10013 S. FROM THEIR tiLTPERIOK STOCK AT PR I . ES
GREAT REDUCTION
PRINTS, 8 cents and up. I .
BLACK AND COLIYALI?ACCAS.
CO
• -
ancll:gee 'yourself..
CANNOT.HELP.BUT BE POPULA R ;
THE NEW VONION-DR *GOODS STORE - IS THE ' P'L'ACE FOR‘P*RdAttiS.
.31nreh • 4-17411 ' w ' -
INIS
Jun. ;N., '7O-:-‘l=V
Staves, flanges, &r.
ANI3IIE I .'7'J, EANRISON CO:,CO
I.()W=I)(3WN A SI ) ECI,ALI'PY,
%lap:tune". Polished. Red 3,6•Cei1 . ; and
i • Nickel )'lined.
THE
;.1'111••1
of rhe
Fl - 11NA . C . 1:4J. CopICING-lANG.ES,
Br Lt(li NA 14% .
INI PROV ED STF..k .11EATINi;
Prirqt ,
11.7 11,1 . tt.t 1,12 ,, 9 ,IPli . f. , l ) .. l s:Ltir i t it A
I I/
Sind Circular.
i !ia ' lrt '7+.l • • 37-341
9"514 DQ'UI3LE OV.F.th
/ COoK, tiF 1770,
14 constructed on Entirely nod selentilir
ith 15i pbou , Flue. emitattteell ter..3lec:
loi it v !scat t me, and six with
WOAILITII, Ito lu_A tieeil 1:1 the ehigle oven 'Cook
NN'etart• still nuinu tut towing our long nod f.ivorubly
' , known • ltAt-iLEY-slIEAt' COUR' !NO Kft - lVk.;
so highly euteemcil by the pubtie,„tor ~e% era!"
t'urs put: , • •
I
ILL JUN - 187A, , eur great
eirovi:,, tuts littexc to rapruv erti and I.t. nUtied
litt yt-x.r,„ Where ' kuoirri the merttit of th Move
nerd no eornmeni. Ihi r celebrated
llt - PLACE II E
ttMODyr its many PRAY 11.7143,1114) carried MT the Ilea
pri'quiton the-lilarylatul.libilittite..tit ltaltimore, in
1,10, nit ltottalt all bjeetrit tai t thchbe,t Ke L vece tc h ts nt
111.• ilOtlle 01 ~ . he Until:l:Jure I leattre: — Trii, the only
true hot,:tir Ilre:place Ifeate.r to the m_urket, and
akellet; regular built cellatr heater lir:esno heat. '
Scutt tor ClSeulnrs mid.Te,.ll monlala
.PETEIL:4I/N it. (11.. •
Ph thalelphltx, Pa.
For sale he Meusrs.
.1. M. 14.1,1tESTY,- altirou. - .7,
Sept. 17, , t •i n
It'COy - TYSON, ,
•
- No. 1210 Markot §tirp*?t,
Wholesale: nd Retail thAleritlii
JIEATERS, RANGES .-and ),STOVES.
Curb.ln; Reverlperitiory. 3Surilaigtau Improved.
Azuerlran Aim) Itinefietur
UNCLE CAM L91E41017E0
Dlll . BLE and SmiLits Er..K.ll"En °YEN; 'ientl 'FLAT-
CITY' OF BURLINGTON
tr r nd lest] re
'ooking &4r,.? and Eiapi :•• Pk.r:able-4:ampe.
(iAs-Ltiarr, cAttivoN, STAND. , uI 4 !Vb. U 5 .10. 7 ,1
llE.trtNo STOVF.f.
The artfele arelnimiurttOured.bs, lt!o.
CAPXON •STOVE ' COMPANY,
WI
Ifrta,noeiti II:, Minor.. hr.,
Vv tied nud ull'utlier :Li-0(!t In "nr
MI °nods Guarnnteed
AIM 'VI-
• •
THE NEW O.OI:LVANTEED IRON' -
• . ck,opHF-% LINES. cult IM hud
. .
. , SOLOMON HOOVER'S,
STOVE, 11N anel•llfit7sl.l4 , l•7llNlSlllNli StteßE,
' • . No. '2,44",vntre St., Pottsville% ,
w a.olc:
frriivi•:.s. him', eitil be had nt moderate priers. lie •
also has tigpletni Massurttite(t of tin. lwass, tiritania: .
Japaned, gidss,•wtsal and willow Ware, hollow and
hardware. Also, brushes.. imanns, - all cloth... table
e:oths, door min.A. clothes wringers. trays, varying
and butcher tt n tees, r+atl all intiltrA. kul Vasainl forks,
41111 :All 1: 'dads of I ilsup , w,ire. . Also. gridirons, roast
log patohettildrens':,icigloontitWatrs, table,ten nud .
ha t ler Nalons: in lee aad rat t nips _ patent nut limit
!:muses, sr I I told's, lemon hatiettzerl:nditi graters.islrd.
ethp,. :nolo mats, tattle sttlesi, clearers, egg wh.Pit,
roiling FM., pondo tintshers,! bread bound., w:ern
beanis, wo , Advii huge:, tint and tailor irons ,ausage -
cotters and stuffers - , clothe, lines; bed cords, clothe!!
phi.,„ Cor lirlpper& mitt. eit CIO% ,calollealle,lVi. i arragre
I ,,, Xes, mi lints banks. match I.,,xe.„?. , wiltoOl'eatilpslll-
1 ,, n5,,,11.1 :4 and pencils, toilet - dm, laith tillal,Lhateb
el& MAII:Men% fixes, ileiNt •Ht 3 1'4.0114 I axes, dour
toeves. meat sans. Ingle!. Inn s, concentrated lye.
ia..s. it:nine:N. fancy toy eclat,l iiir& Waal' t a las.wasli
is unls, sheet 211),..,1,nit*:et and .itiey laisket&-vnalara:
knife ll! ., XesistlerVels, pokers. t tams. cord buckets, tea
kettiee• u,tovo and shoe biacking. Also, oils, paints,
N nin Isheit, WlncloW,glar.t, putty', lantern& 1111111 many
articles too nix lilermis tau. me' Itlan. AWN, rooting,',
sl.nUtlng. and all - kinds of Jobb tig done to order, unit
at 11:c shorttaft•tnit icii:t l'etsona‘ wishing any at the ,
above ntentPated Aretelet idorti I di. - well by calling
ninl examining litleipik.plittlituilng elsewhere. •
' - ••:. ' • ' •40.1..A.)3k0x ,Htmv.E.i:, - , 1
•
OT/CE.—Letters of Admi l
tate of ttylvealer uce. into
Atahanoy, in lift tbunty . of tf
granted to the undrrrigued., .
to mild estate are motf...lard to
thole having cialma - agittnrt.l,l
them to r t 4 AltAll A. trtk,
Or to.lollti W:LIC
_Nov. 5, Iv
.•
HE co-PA.E.TN.E.BI3/il ' betel - ohne exit:ling
l•
Tbetwecn the undersigned atiShatookin and Phil- i
adelphis, In tilts day dlssotved-hy mutual consent. t
• istiltbliN ik311111.. - TIIOIIAS F. tOIITH,' '
J. Lf AlitEtt LOUTH, THIJIXIAg C. ItIFIETIE.
JAM liizi A.141111'1% 11.E.liRlf Mt tilLSEll',
JOHN' It. BOUGJOIEIL.
Sept It. 1870. ' ' (pet 15. 704.14 t ,
"f '0 ILANUPACTUSEEttI D crazies- OF : 1
t m.
1 _Stearn Eogines. Se., lu huyltr.lll County:— 1
TA,KE: NOTICL, that I have eld.., to ALLISON. WI 8
BANNAN.nfPort Cartxm,sin Int .iest In myrATkINT. ;
ISTEAM PIisTILLI.I.. end hare pi them the entire !
control of It lu iu.ld County. 1... It t power to rollertull
moneys due or to tice , ,mc due II error for the mann
fuel in e und use of the same.
IlaCeton; - ra., Jen. I. *65-11f. .'r .-
_ _ . —,-- —_,--.-- :
P. X.
2.40
5.10
OA°
P. X.
"I `SE CO-PA.P.T2111.11181111 heretofore extottlng
•
1 und& the firm name of W. 1.1.1), NAtiLE, at CO.,
In New York: and Philadelphia and WELD, SHE-
W t. at
IN . C0.,1n Ileatan;lsahls. y dlsotalved by mu
tual consent. Tippisixonata of he old firm will be
settled tin mid the-landfieva eon I nued by the new
,
firm of WELD, RICE ,dt Co. -
i .EO. M. WELD. . , Eln% .
RD SHERWIN'.
11. W. NAGLE, lIEN • Y ..4. - UWE, Ja.
Tug tyNDEB,SION - ED. hal - nil : 11a day farrier' a
1.1/-PART2:EItsII/P for the nurvoee ef carry
ing on a General 'WI/alewife ffifintang and Commis.
slots Coal Burl act% under the atyle of WELD, I,
Welt ift CO.,at , , -,-•
, . j, , .
..I'>34 Walnut Br. -- ,. , -Mikultlnhl i 111 trandwar. , 1
- - New lior4 - -0 - Aluane t., Buxton. •
.
1 - N 1).
D ovrif
12.0
4.'31
6.01
t."..1
P. M.
•:nits
, at-
gE3
COT TIM A. CR&
T1t1.4 Map le the. -
Anthracite
t'nat Regions of . a to many
respects from oth nose It leers
the formation any .sr of the Coal
Rasing, together wi,_ .. ____ - ask of all thecolliertes
.to the Antitradte (lost Reg i o ns , Ida; dr. - ' t'-
. Priceon 1t011er5.,........------...-.-.,..... 92 59
.„ ... , ,7 In cane for rocket -...-.... --..-.-.^-t- • 1 39
~. 111 shssets - " -M;slitt '
~...___. ' M v ' 111-1 do ,di -- ca —"'÷'..."... I "
sxect .-ay.. - 2to ' :
?ho! Ist Omits% foem'slll ' e slot freir iby Mall°ll '
nearing of t liestbne_ pre leer: "for tube at _ i
BANNATAra RAilliiir, ZOokatore, PoNfiltili
•
First Class Carriages and Buggies,
1 or THE LATENT Mal; Nair. APILMOVED STYLES! .
•
MASVEACTOitY,—CON. fiZZONTY AND NORWFAI:II.SBII.,OIiZ SerAILZ
• SAM or SIPITTINZR Horor, POITINVILLZ,
ennanintly,on bawl, a t o!xl. assortment of new nnd eftond•band
Cur' and Bunten. • ..
nitention _ ,
Tepalting, ' April 1 'OO-13
, - .
No
.114.1t10[X-STREET,
' t
WILL !C PEER,' FROM THIS . DATE,
•
•
• • I
LONVga.!THAN GOLD
, _ •
I .
GREAT RA RGAINS
v. 1 - 1 , Ael l'1;111!*
'POP
BI.7I{IJISUMN, J
Heat( r
EMI
itaticts
llstratlon on the
of the Townsto.n of
tIUS - llitU, have been
11. persona. halehtel"
slake payment fund;
he same •ta. present,
Admlnlxtratris,
• . • ,Palo Alto.
EL, her Attoine.v. •
-4.l.trt
THOMAS J. DONOHOC.'
aviLDETt: OF‘.'
IN PRICES
DRESS
.GOODS, of. alt WOO.
NOTIONS, &0.,- &o.
IN
„ DRY - COOLS, -
AT -
THOMAS 8L1L1.. 4 : .
153 CENTILE -
ST.
vprrpsvi LIE.
G ODFREI"3 I NBIYEANCE• AGENCY.
Office, N 9. 2, Maliantongo Street,
Where INSI*RANCE TO .ANY A3IOI:Nir Can
effected In the mart reliable Comp:Artie% 1/1 Ilie,, land,
and some of which are the obit-4EOlz: • '
~.,-. AdVETS.
.
;iN - orth Amerlean •A' Phllthlto.prita . ' $ 2 ,t 117 . 911 ).
' Franklin, . ' , - " ',. ' 3,lrio,otri
TIonle; of Sr IT Y0rk........_ .............. :....... 4.57,-..',
York Fennell,' SI ut nal ' %... ' . - ectiTuo7
The Andes, e,f Clouturnsti.....- ........ ~. ........ .... - 1.110 1 ,0)
Wllllano.port. of rentiviraninJai; li 9.
, Lenea...ter,- . ''• . , ". ~ 7 • zis,w3
The nbo*Mnatin.Rl4 , otnPeillas' are a'l of the. most
prompt to pad lOtii;eo and - honorable In adltt‘ttic
tdahos. T. A. 001)FIfEy.
,
.'-, Pottevllle, August LO. !M—.lll-3m. r ' - .
iDEI.7ANVA.BE *.u•ruAl.
. LIFE INSILECA.iVCE CO
uF NI`ILMIS;t:II).N. DEI„‘WIRk
,JOHN P. McLEAR, President
M. M.' CHILD, Secrataty. . -
BRANCII
, .
N. W. costNER :NINTH .1:vo CitrsVirr iStut.:lr4,
• • ,Fhtiitteielphln.
tiEO. W. EETON Vi ,l o PreqWen!, 31andieyri
.
(IEO. F. TURNER, Gen".l .gent and Atlerniy.
• Low I:AL.EIN.
'-Al! Polle(si. Non-Forfet i I tor alttroneannnt.lray-
Intent. Every set tnuni rhtt ton 611,1F . .1StiblIt u h ratter).
guaranteed t o bolder :. -
: Rooks eo'nfillninc:full Inform iiion entwernlng the
plans nti.l rules of the Cottirattri bent hiee on appifea.
don to the Branch °Mee.
Agent's , Watittrl throughout ts. Wars of Petinsylriinia
- • , Ns,'" Jr, neg. '
R "EILF:Nr ES it'll' Pernits , iot }-11 W. i I pin,
l'hiefJust ler State .4 I.)elimur lirsit. Thos. F. bay
prtl, - I'. S. senat(.l• front Dein' vare ; IU. per. A Itre.l
• Lee, tilshop of Dr lax a:1.1 (lett. eney Ehr Punt. l'o‘f
de.r..3l(inure: (inv. Nanishury. Elv. :state Of
Dei.; the Fresh!' nts of all the Brinks In the l'ity of
-Wilmington; It ill. J. s.,Va!ent *::%lnvor (lir of
July 2.:1;
OLD AND, TRIED . INCORPORATED
PI'RELYi4.I..7TI . A L.
•
• ".. PrrESOF.I.D, MASS. k'
.
Tuoit.,lo4 pLcsitErr, •
JAMEA - FRANcl.i4i Vice President. .
Secretary and Treasurer,
J. L. GREFiNE.Assistant iseerettay.
Non-Forfeiture in' all' Policies Guaishteed by
. Law.
In ease any premium Is not paid alien tine...the
pollee Is nOr.forfenetl: but' the holder :remains ra
ptured fertile full amount, tint the !yrs-Intim ;dread!
paid and unearned Is exhausted by the east_ nt Insur
ance at the net rate.
Example at the Age of 42
One Antmal . Cash Premium: on an onlinary Life
Policy will continue, the Insurance for Two Years
and Days from the time the policy Was hewed. or
One Year and al: Days after the second Ann nal Pre
mium becomes Due. Should the second pr_entium
not be paid, and the insured die within one year and
416:illiys after %nth non-payment. the fun amount of
the policy would be palii,less only the premium due
and unpaid. The larger' the nuiniair preiniums
paid, the ionizer will the insurance continue, in camz
of non-payment of premium. ,
The Berkshire Life Insurance Company has paid
under flay law Six. CUM'S, which In Companies
o: her istmes %rank{ veheen worth and Is Ma
con:liming the insurance on over - 'J pe r dicie.4 or
which the holders have-been unable :to. pay pre
In 114111.
The last elril nt pall under this non-forfeltnre plan
rrzv'that of a member who Insured a feir 'year.i since
for $4,50u..-In Pitts heti:died to pup his:lnn:tat pre
nahutts; toJnaunrylast.oue year rind rive months
afterwards,h._dl.4l. The Compa.ny has mkt In the
•a - Itlotv the ft:II amoutrf, less-mtly the overdue
payments and Interest.
Eery ifehtb . er, 11 . eil/ 1)(1 . 11 . 8 " , ' ,/18 7.1..1
Nit/Fri.; DI T;ED- AMONG TIII rot. 'VT HOLD--
.
...‘24Nl',-14 I. CASH ri yitt.ENIIN,,
EIONOM ICA L JLAS AUL:4 ENT,
.
ner.^ful A•lectlois or lives.- Safe Investments.
Good,Agenps and .solleltors IVitinett.
For Informatihn, aippiy'at'the borne - T
•or to W. IL Gll.lNES.Aieneral
W. - c.v.. Ei.acvsNril and , ertiorr.sur STA.,
• • pilli.ADEppiriA. • .
Oct
Drugs anb Clicmicals.
and (
— 1 7 1 4 X ,
I .., Nartmes Ors itinuaxa, AzixT—IRON.
1 . anseisiit—ait we you let Pererrion .Bpltp.
Parapttiew frei. J. P._DDMNORE. Pr:inlet." ,
• Na 34 Del FA-. New Tort. ./ ,
. .--. Bold by Drumm, genets/Iy. • ()
.
1 ' lillareh 19.'70 • ' • 12-13.-eow _
It;lase rf
.ernineut .ciala and \ Penteaser.
it
Jusse P. Frrixii.,3l. .has devotell 47 yam
kthelitnat ban and.:Neuratgia speelailY. and is by
• the Medical Profession_ publicly annotmeed as the
bighead authority In Rheumatic eansplitieta. (1 1 / 4 e
testirnouya It is pleasant and agreeable tz the taste
and , warranted Uwe from minerals 1/13(1 InJurl.ms
Antes. It' a scientific preparation,* tni le:21 MUD
' •oPoIY. and warted - under solemn atil t a mina
.nent,harmiesa, pnaltirecure for lariat/natatory It lieu
mat ism. Chronirithenntalism, Rheumatism. Rheu
matism ot Kidneys Neuralgia in the Bead; Neural
41aln the nody. Nervous Headache; and Nervous
Aliw.sues. Wahl by Drugaista at 'Ft 1,50 per 'bott'e; six
ixottles 37'50. Medical Miele*. _without charge, t , ent
by letter. All anima sent bv . Exprres iNillectra un
Depot, 2;o.23mi:rut's Fourth st., piffles's.
April 4 70-10
-1
• ROOT'S • SECTIONAL • W/401170 /RON .
SAFETY ' BOILERS..
ROOTS ItPROVED TRUNK PONES,
Statiosarf. Portable Sale Sullos.; '•
DO anis Piston Square Hoisting Engines. Hoist
ing Mischbaery for. Coal Shafts. Moping.
-Grist Mllls , Stores; arc., /sc. '.,
:sass? of these llnistemean be RCM rutinnik daily at
MILL & HARRIS* Alananoy City, re.
.•
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS INVITED' TO,
rue lioistorow bieb bas•no equal. No dead points'
--bavind twopbdona In one cylinder,reither end
which la trains rah steam when the other' is'
Plashis ceu t re. It nrooires rep friction strapsitintebes
,:r brakes of any kind. Storied, le% ersed or stopped,
Instantly. and at any point of terolutton.; bz. - the
atm pte movement of s slugs.. lever: florins uo kers,
_sabiceet scream or .1.44er adjustable pun.; which in,
ther holsters' require the larusririola alllti . tol2ltOtlt
easn, of an ,
experienced ralt•ineer.ean• he Vat In the
;?:tuna of the meet ittexperleneed persona. 'All its
Iroritlag pilau are curtailed in the case•or rylisder,_
-and are suits protected fnarab:*saltege. the egrets or
dlrt; and rust or wreath its extr e me
conapsetnees'and rapid highly ecautnend
tar this nee. Orders reset fertile at:minent:ref
r nettle nadersigned. silo tarnish deeertptlre
•eatelngnes. price Mts. drawings. c Aim tee and other
Insornserjon. • •
• . NATHANIEL SI ASSET. Stabiunig atg. Pa.'
CHUSLTIADabIittIe. Pa. . •
Mar se. - 4 -
. A 3,OIGAZIL—For aale, an IRON SATE. MIA.
_gra W• 11. tease lathes mat 11 losigk i r al tim Eira a
new. be acad "AIM. ' Orl rya. . •
szot 1 2.70-1114 c • _ . o
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PHILADELPULI.
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3nsutanct..
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Ofitoe.d DOMlntl,
.!!) Noi•th Eighth St. Phi*di.
‘bbins
GETABLE )
.1 - or and dressit* that'
burn the hair siri injure did
I
does - not prodUce a color
„fianically i as the poisonous
preparatious do. .`.
It gradually restores. .the hair
to its . original l color and Justie, ,
by supplying hew life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of Soft; fide hair.
The best and . safest .article .
evirf offered," • •
AfGlean and • Pure.r. N sediment.
So d everywhere.
, ? I A4: FOR
11
4;
-
barbwart.
HARDWARE, IRON , - • STEEL ,
AT LOWT.:ST PRICER.
MINING
Of eVery description, at lowest prices.
AGENTS Air the celebrateil EAGLE PACKING,
the best article In the world. LAMP WICK of Ss-
Ira Ci,./TTQ.N . WASTE by the nsle'or pound;
all at the very lowest prices.
•
VE fire general Agents for
s 1
714*
uied at thel PALO A.L'll . O IRON
7 . All sizes on hand Croat le Um to the
upwards, and at .Mill prlee. Speelol
de to order.
Maim
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lor
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L. C. TE.r.OLIPSON,
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.. -1 .1 64 COAL .. Oili -0
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11.4NT/E1) 110 glekreec. ' For pai r ' by, the ri
ukrteln at Refiner' Prfeei. ' t
, 1., •I:: (.':T110:1111':40N, PottAviltr„l'si,
1 •r: 15, '7O • ': 42-1.1
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I IRON t IRON 'AND STEEL,
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YI:R t SCH IrWS, No. 2:11 Cant Strect
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--t&T MYER & scautivis,
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NelV
cheap(
den Ibl
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fitore. \0:251 CenttetAtt.. , to buy
ant Itaki.• , :tipades.Stlovel.,Copt•land Gat
es ot 411 k•tndy. • I I '
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I ES! SCALES! 6C441.LE6!
LL
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thalk.-L In !lat,. trair::et.ift
Id tielit7M'S, Agents, Nct, 1:51 tfill Ire Srlet.
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MYER
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Sept.
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1214 - STEIN i. CO„, •
-. •SUILTR.4S4I/Lst It. jllit NR. Di r.nal, -
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ruf'aoturer of Coal Screens,
Latest and Most • Approve Sipes,
harz•lfiereena and .leron'eata aiwurOnNand.
.pe.ufailybotieit a santinitigie .he pat
teretoture so liberally beittowed. - r. -- 5 1 . 1
L. LA II 111.44:4TE1N- ik C0!...-' •
ul $l., rear of k:steriraliardwarr Stole, '
0-1- . • Pottarille, ra ,
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as itoD AND WIRE 3 Q.artso.
3' 13,EN,, , ;• .-
. LAU STEI'N ' ' <:';
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\ :111 AN r IPACIT lIER OW ~ i 1 .:',. •
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StftjA tE ROD AND WIRE St!REENSiI
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PA rP.NTED FE111:17 t %1:1" 1, ite&„. i
'il ~ , ,'EIt4VILLE, Sell t'YLKI LI. CO., l'4l. • '
UA HE 116 D rti.lftElßS:Kon account of their -
fatrength art 4 durability. are preferred to
.4 wherever tried: Screen Units, iiill. sin's al.
'lrma. , Orders prompliT filled al tnixterate
L. la I
Ma
Of "th
geeoitil
We
ronnge
Rail
Jen 1,,
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The iie
superior
all othe .
ways on
priors.
iiiiiiii
140 pis. ..cibtite,'
TAIWT.
I MP°
TUE NEW
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''AIS' HO E.l ':NIP 3111.1.111 .
ruftill operation, and the attention of the
ot t syt lie 14 espeellily invited ,to the large
• ins}:•re andarriviniedally of all the finest
(1
~!. ultahle for ladles swear. and adapted
keit Mt. Caine km", made a 'speciality of
It of past ne.s. and . gl Ve4 tits p articu la r nt
scenting the best line of Italic , wealeeer
60 the esty.
Ittentletn alit tie mail to customers, bad a'
citation is extiTitill ti, alt. ,_ '1
I 23,- , _ ' ' 1 11ENItY CRIN, E. ,
j 10 • ~ . • " • _ 4.4-4 . -ty - ,
it t r. .
130,0
Is tura
ladies or
stock n
c.lons of a:
to this
this bolo'
tendon I
brought
Every
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WA HANTS WA BD ' i . !
P N AtkOF 1312 a.ablfExteAN,WAK
CO Ns, ' , moors. I, Qom) ; • cra*stax.
n , lo er BONDS BOUGHT' wed 8014.0.
lONS' prometly made on allimlnia. v-Dr,
POSira IfELEIVER.
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wlll.be Oared id sftVe the 111 01
' Suer tut with 4.13.1 r baahuma. • ,
' JOHN 8 . : susigoar.*
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STJPPLIES
, nittlet furnished at manialitetiir-
Jr the HAZARD 31ANI'FAVTIZir
_Or ,from JOHN A. ROEBLING*
)f.tibich makers .wo are *tieheral
rs furnished on application; giving
arernent of drum, and manner of
.It AN!). Jilt I DGEI3oLTS
A flat Mork pt .
Lead rig •Ir.olfi: on
bald litlall%t at
our turmutacto
ry. Quality of
the very twat d
at loW, , st,
Oze..i . arl
lezerllt4 wade to 1
nrch , l' uit :•la)rt
,
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TH NO Olt 41OX
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ASl' ERA' Pit 1c11.4
MMa=as
EMI
NOVEMBER, 1810
ttfie hemir.
RE . CIFF- 4 1 FOR CIDRIt'
• •
• A "Subseriber'''asks: for a Coeipe to pin op
eider 'so it- will keep through winter mid
spring; also bow to Make ,what- is called
Chtunpague elder. The following recipe.
have been often tested, and their ineriN ti i 6 r „
oughly proved ;
Take one barrel of ciderfrom the pre.. •
let it stand there three days to Settle anti ft•r:
neat; then draw It off into a cask whit&
runs (Aerie; turn It into anotnei barrel, bbe l;
it up tight; and in three weeks draw it on'
again; take two ouuees.of Cooper's isinglass;
and mix it Withas 'inert of eider; stand
two Clays; beat it up in :the cider, a 64. ad.l a
pint mere eider, let that stand ottoffivr day,
then beat ir.up well, and add twoj ilia , I ,
more.of cider, and.. beat it thick trim t
Into -the barrel of eider, and stir it timma, : :
the: bunghole-still itt is thoroughly mixed :-
bolt it- for „fifteen minutes at least ; nr, w
ten it up tight for three weeks; thin draw it
ott and either bottle or keep.on draught', t. 'lt
closely fastened. :• .r= •
. A _less intricate method is, to puh'eriAr
charcoal', then put one pint of it into a e,;; ; ,„, -
bag .and put into-the barrel; the etdef will
keep sweet, and will improve the-longer tt is
kept, anti it Is said, will never intoxicate.
• VII.A.3I,PAVNE CIDER.
Take one barrel of pure cider made fr“ t a
sound apples, no decayell Ones ;.mix with it
forty.Potmdsofitght hrdwn sugar, nlissoleit
it some of the cider hi a tub while it
perfeelly free from ferntentation . : pliteeii.;•
barrel in a cool cellar; and legit work. t1:,,-
ogglily
froM the bunghole, filling it up
•evaporates, with smite that has. been
out for that pumtle; when it: has worttili
, week or no, bung it up securely; draw it, i - , 1 1
in -March, and pin it in a clean cask, r:t.t i t .„l
tightly ;- it can. be hottled. in May or. Jo',
"and it is Well to boat the erdks wish ti4if
tallow and main, . using! one ounce of 11,,
former, to ono quarter - -of a) pound ni
latter. • • •
- We drunk bottled elder lasf l 'April that
been . Bottled when t lace tiara' from the
. It was as n ice as ehampagne- 7 11 I led a tu t "
half full 'of-foam - and was of '.lel iciou4 tlavi, •
no sugar had &eel' added, no
practiced.. The -corks' were •seeured a kik
twine, and a more delicious 4 , 0410
be desired.' ..: •1
ii
. .
Tat: Kuri , itt:x•--isr z t - teN
find great dilllettitY in indueing
girl, to do;the foamring, four things,. : •
-I. Using the apples ftlr stew.im;
ju s t begun -to decay he i.'11,1. - Cp lilt's': a I
.useS the:sound, ones, and e4ins,jo,, , l i fj, ‘
the apPlei ate soon gMfe:. I:Ooking
small 'as well as. the large 114 . .taitt,0, ,, -,11 .
olit ,
the large and leaves the small, and tie'',
thr,iws thein -: Way. 3. S.iying the
she Makes a tieedles:sly tn
hot tire, sunierail.i •
winter,- Consumes the fuel twice 'as :.-•
necessary and burns tote stoVi!-plates. i.
Pouring the kitchen slops Into puildledd
The dodr, intik ug a disgusting and sieketiit.;:
smell. , 14'1 stand and •wate:iher,'ske trill
.eourse.do. as I wish, hut as sotUr us 1 8111 1:111
of Sight, the old practices are re,ttimed.-
Wheda . I speak to 'her,' she apologize*, ho,
goes :4') . 11 ~AS .htifo neighbors tell ni.-
they haVg the 'same diffieulty, andi do not
knoW any effleient remedy: Van :toy 0!
your! housekeeping traders tett of scone
royal toad" -out .or thetroubre.2 _-• ,
lii Order• to show you that it is a seriom,
matter, I havo - made u. little figuring, us tot ,
' lows We' had linshels of winter Lipp:.
laid lir,: and they hatted May. till Februai%.
- because the:sound ofies..were used lot
and !Tibet. ; time there.liad
busliels of 'rotten ones • cal Tied out. \V,
litul , tci buy :20. Mullets eosting I.
am sure thelOrty Wotilitimve laSted• ba'a!, : e
if eitrefully piekeiC 114 e :then are
iollarK gone, , andWith a : giant deal mutt,
Sevondly, we use about half
..hu,;•ht4 of potatoes In nweek, or ttcctitr•= Y'
barbels lit., a' year. One-third, are Illio‘‘
A w v or the:-small 006 s, a ert i on g l i
these lest, as they eook better than
• ones.- - . These Wasted one, eost us eight d i ,l.
Jars; or would save that if
-our ikitehen witod costs us..
year, and - 1 •ant •stire more 'then twenty
needles,ly wasted'-by tint tires. In twoyeiu-,
a cooking. stOve costing ;Qtly-eight dolbus
i wits ruined: Both amount to over fatiy
! eight , dollars yearly. Fourthly, the 44.11".
says that .fever I hail eaute from the b a d
smell' at the kilehen door, and it eo,:l
loss'of time and"extra expenses only. tiff 3 •
•foklr dollars, 'M say writhing of the tit
Here.is -a yearly loss: of otie hundred and
,twenty-two dollars, front' the stupidity of:,
'hired girl. ('an suttiri of your older..readers.
or your yotiliger;Oltehl like •Eyebrighi.: •
"glye'a g,ood•reniedy . 'witty/
. 1 rou
rive,.
lEEE
• •
A jai TIIE Bois .
atEtts.—ludinthemito take au ititereA in
the am, in the implements, in the '460; ;
114 . 1r:them all your plan i i, your suCees , es
faildres give them a history of Vour-sArti
life, and what you slid. and how you livt d
t when a boy; but do not harp too much
; the degenerate character of the:young men.
I of the present age; Praise them when. Yiai
can, and 'eni•ouruge _them to do still better.
Let thern dress up fisrlthe evening, 'instead
of sittit.g down in their dirty elothes in t
!•dingy risom. Provideplenty of, light; thanks
I to kerosene; our .countrY honics can
brilliantly and its cheaply lighted as the gas•ef
; t houses hi the city: Fhicourage the neigh %
bore to drop in evenings. Talk agriculture
rather than polities; speak more 4sf the im
portance • of. large cropsi, of good stock, of
Irbral• feeling., and of the tytvantagts. of
• inaking animals .tiomfortahle; rather than s.;
the hard thileS, low - prices and`' high- all, encourage the : boys iolead • good,
- agrictfltitral books. Papers 'are- all - %yeti
enough, but -an intelligent boy wants ,Onte-,
thing more and better. ' tet, him some kood
trzricuilltiral Zook. to shul,si..Rtad it With
and •giVe -him the benefit Of ,Tosur experierm
anderiticistn. ".Whetii he has mastered ilti. -
-13ny him another. Iti.our own ease, we; isw,
our love r for' (arching. prineipally-to favi
that our father-taiked to us of everythin:l.
'that - Was &dug On the farm ;,ansiverig .
our,que:dions and eneouraging, rather than
retnaing i on . c childlike &Are - oil:wiping Ilia,.
to. plow, to chop, - to' let 61' water, ti
-the brush heap Th'c: wieultuokat.
.
ffili
.garbs:-
;.
W..CARE, JR.. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' j •
. Office, Ccrricie kir. 'over flan nun ' - ',,s 'liliii:,.,.
ook:S iv
tpre..Pottllle. l , 'ii: 'Juue 18, '76 - . :::,--1
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LIALEBY ATTOkNET AT 1-411 ,
11, No. 155 p.-ntre m.t., wren' doors below I
Church), April zl,
S/T W
H. AITOUNISY AT LA. -
Jan 15, 'lll-1-11y
CshlL
,111.11/ Sti;eet, slietiohiunl,,
•
. ••
HERRY..C. BiIEAFEK, ATTORNLY AE . L Ni . •
Ornee,llss °entre . •
2t-:tt •
ATTOIL:qI; Y %T
rOttAVllle. Pa. Ultliv, 17% Centre .t.. tie•ar4.
pppox-14.' MI nenikSalank. April ty
JAMES. H. CAMPBELL. ATToi c AT t.A W.
133601141 Kum Mtneet..Philad6lphia. •
Jan 1., '7O-1 • .
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`(ItLLIII2It g, DMAT , ArrOI3NEY:IO LAW
OTtre
-!-, • - • Jan I, '70.1
D. DILLMAN, Arton.vivr AT /..:
1.-• Pottsville. Pa. Otflee, Uotfinan'g new Inn Win::
Centre St., Pottsville.Jan-le, 69-3-t
. .
4iLBIBBI" ATTOUNEY-AT-LA
WM*, No. ilr.2 Centre /Street, Pottsville, Pa. AI:
n2s promptly Collected. - oetober 16. '61 4 -42-1
GEORGE CHAMBERS,(Lati.ot the Chaiiiho
e-1.
burg liar;) ATTORNEY-AT-f.AW.. No. 11.1
tre (2tl floor, ) Pottsville, Pa. Nov. a,
11/4V RAMSAf POT tB, .‘TTORS EY AT L AW.
, • . °nice. corner of Centee anti Starker
P~ttsvllle. Pa: Colleetions promptly attended h•
(;s: t o eonsnited in th.rnutii. • Nov 1:,';0-1.-1.
.4ND COLLECTIOB . OFFICE.
AIL*.
- - CHRISTOPHER:LITTLE
AlritillNET AT Mid NOTARY PUBLIC,
Sept I, Ni 4 iy - Putville, Schtiilk 111.6%,
. •
• * Segal notices.
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, -.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,t-, ..
TN TIIE.COUR T Or commoist PLEAB . 01 0
.s.o.leituyikill County. ... .
l'ltant.Ea nrittxrt / 1 - 4 SepE Term, pr:e.-
. ri.. •
'lt Ifirrsim. ' }Allan lii.tbrupos for I.
_-_'4l:4Juite Term. IsTo.' •.; 1 ' Divorce. ' ...:
To the mums:de:it a Iroyar moutd : Yonrire hereks , :
required to appear at n Eattrt of Vomrnon Max, t...`
be held at Pottsville, FiltAhe County of Schusdltill„_''
onihe a rt' 31onday to December next, to ansirec ,
the complaint of the !libellant in the abovepdated
; ease. - 0 EOItG 0 tl. WYNKOOP, Sheriff.
Ftherirrsolltee. Pottsville Nov. 't, IS - 0 • .IS-it .
... , . .
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7A TER COURT OFTCOMM.ON .1 1 .41 AS O F ,
Count 7. . , • - •
tranarer. Ticrit.ott, by hell let Sept.
tr at friend, Henry J. Athpneti
Arhuitinliwna
Ittra.raar TATLO ). it
...Divorce.
' Jttpe Term, .
•In the reapondeirt above named Yon an. 1h5r0,,,.
t7e glared to appear ,a 1 n (hurt of Corn 1111 l 1••
be rietili at Pottaville;',lor the County or Set u) 1k it.
orri,the ghat SlondarlofDreember next. I" tirom..l
Atecomplain of libellant ht the above istat.-il 4v , -•-
'' • ' .6 ZOR6' , F; C.. W Sheriff.
Sheritrabiftee,,Pottavi he; No,' 5. Itt:O r , it
IN TELE COURT or comm ,
Schuylkill Comity. • -
.31Atio.vittcr D. Mountsofx her', .1
. next frieud Albert Ktilttle. f -
.• • , • Alias Subpro:tl..l
JOYEIy MokfiLioN. I ,- R,Divorec:
517, June Term, lttlb,/-
`TO the respondent aura e numell: Yon sic licrelo
reoulml touppetir at a Court of t'outmon...l.less, t.
be held•st Potturille,, for the County of Schuylkill.
the nun 'Monday of December nest, to troy.
Le comphilnt of the libellant In the above staltNi
:..GEOltflE C. WYNKOOP-slwrilt
Sheriff's umee"ttsville, leint
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Tis THE COUNT OF COMMON PLP,ABO.f\
.r. schutr:lll County. _
A tack Davis .by her next 1' I'l Petit, Term, Is:e.
friend John McDonald' I •
v , .,. - ', • Alias SOlTtseria for -A
. • Stolufsx P., I/Avis. 1 11.)1v0n..e. . •
• Itii•J one Term, 11470. - `.
To the-respondeut ab3veinittnesl :. • l'on are hereby
non - bed to appear at,* Coart of (bottom/ Plem, to
be held at Pottsville, for the,Coanty or tlelinyla 111,
on the first. Monday of Deeetuber. next, to-, cower
the compiaint of the - liheaaut In , the above stated -,
cone. - - . GEORGE C. WYNKtIOP. SherltY. •
eihertire °Mee; Pottsville, Nov. 5, Itt7e. , _re it
.- - •
T N THE ORPHANA' p i CiDIIT . 02" 8011IITL
a KILL COUNTY . —In, the matter of the Estate
of Jacob G. Roeder. deceased.
To Catherine lloeffer, Albert Roeffer, Carotin.
°heals. Emma Wets mud Cecelia Hoeffer:
Take notice, that q virtue of a Writ of Partition.
Isetted ontof the Orpaatve COurt ilf Schuylkill (Xam
ty, an Inquest will be held at the, Kxehange Hotel.
the Eknvitigh 01. /NA Mille. itek ay I kill county.
_Penna.,
On HATUKDAY the 3rd day Of DECEMBER. DM,
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, to make partition or.
the real estate of the said deoceited;to and among the
heirs and I . representatives. UAW tad ,he done
i •
Without pre ndleo to or spoiling the whole, other ,
. la
wise to -.‘ UID and appraise the-name, when and
gal
where yott way anemia= thLokce s e. - -
• : . ___• • OKOBA ~ C W•I/4 1 OUP. ilbarttr,
Illeear . s Oilloto, Pet
N'PLEAS o
'9 fAt...p. Term,