The miners' journal. (Pottsville, Pa.) 1870-1873, December 24, 1870, Image 4

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PERHAPS the idea ofApplying the 604
of Enoch Arden toll Mormon is not novel;.
but the use madi of Abe . suggestion the
following t a le certainly . Is
irtaktranet:,DOSnailt:7 . • -
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• Diwas a right. and•Witutiful morning in
a August when Thompson Dunbar, the murk
tts Mormon . youth, led hie bride to . the
• gatin.. There• were thirty-twit of her; strA
as she walked up-tbe - o-le, 'leaning apon_thei
~ of thirty - two Of .. !rhoinpOnt• Tenbar'it
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friends,: the- 'eye of • . .Thompsen Dunbar!
• binned:A* l i jayi, and he glued into her
iseetviithltriglit entleipatlenti
Of future, happlaess.in the earaprtaY -or every!
•ne Of her. in a few Mordents tbeeeremany,
• as over, and these thirty4bree' Were made
• one flesh, and -Thompson Dunbaf ut hi s
- bride retreated -down the aisle 'in al tgle
and wentlo their humble' home in it to env
riages. .: . But unalloyed bliss' was not lo.be
the portion . of Thompson and his nuturous
- .bride. He was ir sailor: ; and after lingering
. fur a few' days. he klaset.l Mrs. Dunbar good
:bye; and,rweeping upon her necks, he tore
himself away And went, to rove on the bil
owe of .the Pacific Ocean: One tight there
fearfultempes* t; and the g allant bark,
• After a prolonged er:nest with e elements,
lank 'to rise no .more. All on bOard.were
lost but Dion:lVY:air Dunbar. This intrepid
tar lashed himself securely 'to the binnacle,
'and to 'sustained himself in the seething
foam. for. two days.,At the end of that time
be). wad cast ashore upon' a desert island
which was.only nine feet long by six feet
wide.' Upon landing, Mr. Dunbar surveyed
UM rock; and, after drafting a map of it, he
took :possession of it' in, the name of the
Xiitted :••tates;_aud manufactured a flag from
poekk-handkerchief and" red titanic'
shirt, which he hoisted on the island. here
lived. for fifteen years on whatever fat
I - could - be to - uild in the . land.- . He held
twieh every year, and celebrated the
Fourth-of July and ;WaShington's birthday
regulialy when . they -came. around by reati
` dig. the Declaration , of Independenee and •
-Singing •-the :Star-Spangled Banner. Theis
did he pass his years in-luxurious ease, doing
all lie could to be controllable. But he it
ceased to mourn his separation from• his
wife, and to long to clasp' her, one after an-
`other, to his bosom. • - •
. Meantime how did site bear the affliction
: 'which had befallen her? For the first two
orthree years Mrs: Dunbr -- would go up , at
i•Vehing and stand all at ouce at each of the
thirty-two windows.nd gaze out towards
-tlie ocean,. straining all 'sixty-three of her
eyes (one of Mrs. 'Dunbar had a cataract) to
catch a glimpse of, her Thompson. But
Thompson did not conic; -and as a feeling of
sadness stole, over her soul, Mrs. Dunbar
• would bow her heads over the infants in her
•. arms and - weep, while she sang thirty-two
luilabys, and licenses] some otheefone of her
_ of singing flat, and of not keeping
But at last she gave up all hope.of ,Thomp
son's return, and agreed that ite, , mUgt be
dead. So as soon as it was knoWn she had
•:'nutde up her mind on the subject-, Mr. Fer
-.gifson Jones had a revelation that. he must
'-iiiarry• Dunbar's widow. - Jones liadi loX:ed
-.her—the whole . of her--when she was
ops ; but she had refused him unanimously.
Nit now helkan to preSs• his suit again.'
' -- iOften be would take her by usinany of- her
a i gtie hands Us he could conveniently hold,
. unit would stroll with her intn.eounrimiet
. 4 .. grassy dell, and she would• -- airanie herself
, aritund In a circle by the side - --Air sonic bah
.-being ' brook„ while he sot In the _centre , mid
Ti•kilqiered• soft words of love to. - -Infr, - and
walked around and preii , ed• cavit -- of -Irer .
hands, and let the' love light' OfAlis eyes
,•• shine on her fuom i nud warm the flickering
- 'flanie-in her hearts. •
At hue,t, having given up all hope of ever .
• seeing her dear Thompson, Mrs. .Dunbar, by
a vote of 27.X0 4—the woman with the'eata
,--Met., not voting7—e.onsented to become the
- wife of 'Fergroon - lones.
• An - interval of ten years elappsltitt veen
this part of the story and that which is to
e•inie,. :We will go in and .a-k the publisher
whether it will not be better to until
tl)e ten years are up hefore
He wishes to have it finished right away,
and cut short. •
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Thotrifi;on Intikbar, at—th(:send of his of
teenth year On the island, was -
.rescued by
boat a lots which was jiasi;itig . Ity (01 its v.. 111
to a regatta.. - Ile went Ilona. tel Utah, awl
niarehed_fip the 'filth) his house, hi' the eve 1 1
nityr, Wltielt„ot Ininhar 11(.1
wo[ild . kiss - hirst, so 71,s not tofintlie the othe .
jealous awle hi, lialT. There wa,:
light ititi
the woW; told Thonip,on thoutait
he.vcould }ail). in . l)ett,ce lie prc.-ented hats
self.. What horrible speetaele met his.eyes
There lie riteshis wife sitting up against tht
ontall four sides.of the rOoln, and a fe%9
eit tier gathered around the izentriktabht
.And Feigustin •Jones his old:
Elyal, occupied . the arni , ehair anti held six
inbuilt; on each knee, While he tried toatnuse
Oue hundred and thirty-eight other ehddren
1 who Were: the:door, :and' ,tei rock
,:seeen cradles with his toes and a:el.-it:piing
unichina.Uf his own invention.
TruN it was alovelylioniestic &welly—that
. atrectioniitelittle collected about- its
peaceful hearthstone!, lint when Thomp-on
innitiar yaw ntigerstood its meaning at
ir glance, atoll wildly shrieking "False!
False.? he 1 (01 t o the gr o und. and groaned,
and wept,.aqd 'Wished that he had bei , ll bona
aSt •;17 - "Ndian rather ,:than that lie
thou 0 yiat day,
• • Bu ai made rip his .mind riot tei
.distu Tnity-of that household ; su
la w k .to the hotel, and went to .
bed, 1.• landlady t ll:Wafter he was
that send for. MN...lone! , G, co rut
-to
"Whirl'. of her? asked the landlady.
a"Ali of herd" - raid Dunbar *And then,
• lindiny that the vital spat k had lied, Thomp
son imdbar ,iesed his eyes, *and Itis sunny
spirit Winged its way hit,; the empyrean.
The 'funeral 'twat place next day ; and at
the head of the'procession migiri have been
seen Mrs. Jones, walking sadly in a row, each
Carrying.under her arm a gravestone. eon
laiuiul tribute to the' memory of Thomp
, son Duniblir. He was buried with iiii-pOss
cerernonies,•and, when the services were
over,'Mrs. ;times planted thirty-two tomb
stones On his, grave- and•. watered them 'with
their tearsi.Atatethe undertaker said he hail
ne;ver seed' &o much m'orning - at a (intend
which took pace in the afternoon.—Philoart
Sundell
gaitroab Abucrtistments.
& READING R. R. -
' wivrrat AItiIANGE3IENT.
• Monday, :Nov. Qlst, 1870.
ff....from the North and 3 - art:torpor fia.
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.2% - tql• Earl:, • Rtatetioott, Polls.' •
74 14 - i r<mniiin, 4r/eland, Shalmolth,, 11„eltd
-411.3stotclt. Caxton, fylerata,
i ii ksticatatrrit (:astattiataitt; ate.
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Truing leave H azliriorgi for Nom York Mi Pillowg;
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At 3.10,8.10, and 11.64 r s ,__ A *, M ,, •
the with rilintliir,trainsoW,.!.± climsiviiti - lb. I
and arriving tit New Yoft.,',l` l , / "..'? : sl .•
and
nolo
ivoy. 1.1(1,1
.pang the &10A. M. train wittiotiNV.:"?; - '`"•
.t.
Returning: I..eave New York at
noon,'Mnl s,t* P. M., Philadelphia at - .4:5.A. fulq
it. 340 P.M. Sleeping earn accompany the . 5..1,1: 44. "-
. train from New York without chprnge.
lAave liarrisbtirg for Reading, INA - no:111e. TaXl
- Jflnen.ville, Ashland. Shamokin, Allentown
and PLR...di-Rink', at 3.10 A. 31..2.50 and •Ila P. M.,,
stopping at Leban.ni and principal way ntations:
the 4.05 P 31. train connecting fur Philadelphia,
and- Columbia only. For Pottsville:
Schuylkill Raven and Auburn, via Schnylkill and
kint.uelaannti Railroad, !wive liarrinlittrg at it
• .
Pennsylvania Railroad Trains leave. Read fur
fcirAllentowu, Easton and New York at 5:00,
a. in., 12.45 noun, und.4.45p. M. Returning, leave New
York at 9.tsi at. in., 12.00, noun, and 5.00.. p. In., and
' . Allentown, at 7. 1:1,25, noon, 2.5:5, 4.20 and
. 0.4:5 - 0. tn.
Way ra.aisenger Train leaver Phltadelphia at
A. M., connect i Llg bintihcr trig, on East. Penn.
Railroad, returning from rteading a. 0.20 M. stop
- ping at all stations.
•• Leave Pottsv/3/e at 9.0 - N) A. M. and 31. 1
Ilerbolun 10.1.5 A. 31.i.bilianiolt and 11.:41:...A.45/.,
A , blantlint 71 , 5 A.'31., and I 2 ~ t noon, 3lalianoy
p City at 7.51 A. 'M: and 1.3 l P. 31.,Tarnagon at
ts.:ti A. hl.. and 2.40 P. M., for ladelPhin. N. York,
Reading, liarrhilairg, -
• Leave Pottsville, via and Sesquelsanna
. • Railroad at 5.15 A. Al: for .11.arrhiburg, and 12,a1 noon
s. • for Pinowore and.Trentont.
I:eultnyt.,keern#rnodatioa Train-, leave's Pottsville
- al 5 -' lO A• 31 ,1 V A -es Beadmg at 7;0 arrivim: at
• " l'hiladelphia at 10,J0 A. M.; returning leaves Philo
: delphia at 4.45 P:'3l., pusses Reading at 11., ar•
rising at Pott:svill , at alo
Pottstown Aeedruntodation Train :•lsaves Pot N.
town-at 7.(Yu A. M returning leaves. Phi lad••lpida at
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4.W P. hi: • • -
eoluxubM Rail roziditiallis leave Reading at 7.20 A.
•-• 31.,.at0t 0.1 , 1 P. M. for-V.phruta,,Lit Lafteubtyr, Co
. Tobin, - 4 •
• l'trk.l./Illerl gri I tr(Viii trains leaye Perk loluen Junc
tion at 7.41, idol A. M., 3.00 and 5.50 P 31.; returning,
leave rich wenksv lilt , at 7.00, S.Z) A. 31,..,12.50 noon, and
. 1'4.33 P. 31,eouneeting with similar trains on !Roiling
• !Ltd Irorol.
ColebroOkdalejtailroad trains leave
.P , •tt4lown at
-9.40 A.M.:and 6.25 P. 2 , 14 - returning leii-ve 31t. Plea ,
ant at 7,00 and 11.25 A, M.,. connecting' with similar
, "rains on - ltemling Railroad.
A:liester,Yalley BlTdrosul tralns leave Bridgeport cat
SAO A. 31.,2.iWatid 51r2 P. M 4 returning, leave
Ingtown at 0.2.5 A. M., 12.1.1 noon and 5.15 P. M., • eon
neetlra with similar trains on Reading Railroad;
On b , .... - days . Leave New York at 5.00 P. 31Plti I
b.1” A..M: and 3.15'P. M., the s.OO A. 31 , .. tratn
r caning oulytearling; leave Pot trrallje at b.OU A.
M., leave Harrisburg at 3.loA...MAttid t.tr.s P. Al. leave
Allentown at, b. 15; P. M.. and Heading at 7.15 A. 31,,
and 10.0,1 P. M., forßarriaburg. at 5.00 A. Al. for New
York:at 0 1 ,44 Ai hi. and 4.2 i, rAtir., for Philatielphla.
f • Vounnutallon. Mileage; tiessmi, eicluxil and Excur
s slot:Crickets to and from all . pohtta, at reduced rates,
Baggage :checkedthrough; 100 pounds allowed
each vs•uteneer.
N0v.:41.`70 (Jan. 114-d&w] General fiuperinteuden
LEHIGH VALLEY RALL.IIO4I-D COWY:
Time Table, ehowing connecilonit. of the-L.
it. CO. with those ot the Phila. Readingin. IL co.
•tn and tram Pottsville and interrnedtaterpoints be areen '
Roadinig and„Potteville:z ' -
to Y. if.. M.
.5,0 1 44/3
....__ 2.5 , 4:25
...... 21
11 10 .51 &IA
tur., 12.10 6.35
12.15.! 3.40 i 10,.(0
• . ir:
RETUR.NI
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Leave Pottsville
"i Reading •
East Penna. Junction..
Arrive at 1 1.. .tuttf.11, ........... .
MIZE
A..
11.'1. U.
) Leave New . T . Orl; ....... ... ............ . -; 12.0 u
6 ' Easton ...... . ... ...... _. . . ... • 545 A.ZS
....,.-. “
" Ewa penna. - inietlol ......... ..... '7 T 4.20
' . Evading • ~- '' 10.401 6.00
Arrive at Pott4lfifue . .-...-..-.: .. :,..,.... .. . ... .. 1 2.151 7.15
P. ILIP. It,
T .'- Por NA .
1:7 - (It CriEris'E acid Interne aate points
lenve•Pottsvile h. 44 and &CS A. M., and 2,451%14.0 u.
jive et Nauct e t k 1200 3L, 5.45 and Sus P. ht,
, Itensiwing - Chunk 4.40 and 1e.:15P, It.
arrive at PottatMe_,
_is.lls and 7.83 P. .SL.•
Await points- Witte Lehi 6 Coal ileglona and for
Towanda, Waverly and lloSalo leave Ponavltle, 5.0
d...it.. • • ... - 1 . ROBERT ii..EATEtt. 1
- :Bettilebem,
-_ -,- ' • i eupertntendent and Engineer.
. Deer;*,..V) ' • . - -': ir
TannAß 'PO " MR MTINTA torders for
'. l .4hirftiorePO U amoibte,iiiit lbw ates. wi t h
WM:ll4or= faninf
, sod Innate &molly taptetukid4 to,
..T I , II A-rahrP*4l- 2 34t TUOALIWIWItrat 00,
MEM
MIME
IMM=l=32l
--Irhuntchtl. '
T am
CENTRAL RAILROAD of KWill
Ciemeethi 'sod BLIII6I.
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NEARLY -- CONIPLIMX
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ffias tot ni tt Coiniliargrelfdtrwitit eitipltt
.nriailrho tatehed their watt forward at arip
OSE)IIO.IIOIforIiatFIRSTIMORTGAGE PEN
effitagOLDIMIDS
of the Canipaity ' 51entilq; wbleh &reoffered it tbe
vety lenir.rateet L" • ' • .
!Iliad Accrued Interest..
advointarei are—
ast.' The road is wetly dabbed, and theatre areex
. . to ran across the State In OD days.
Vl_ 1= has been built only of the best mate
: - • rial, the Iron haying -been manufactured ex
. prowsl4 l lk u l u t, at a much higher cost.thao that
usual - id.
3d. It runs gb a moat superb littrltlidlural
country.
'Rh. :It has great advantages In carrying coal Itorth
and bringing lumber So
sth. The Mortgage Is onl r mile. iWhite
many other made are bon to double this
amount.
Gtb. The roan is principally ow by beakers and
". other capitalists. who invested a 'large
sum in Its omstroctkin, d who bare - every
• reason to care of its obligation
;th. t Find Mortgage for menial an tunount.,jim
a toad so. neat completion, gad in such
hands. May welt be considered' a perfectly
security. ; . I
We believe tnerit will be no more favorable-time
to netl the Govertithents, and buy really Firsbclais
Railroad Securitio,' ,, i-s_ aril as these—than the present.
'With any further'. decline Ai Gold, Governdietits
131114. tieciinitTiaso.
Subscriptior4wrllbe received In POTTSVII4,E, by
1. F. WHITNEY, ESQ
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'of wh on t naraphlets and itklj I nformation may h ad.
'W. B. g HATTUCK, Treasurer, B 2 Pine St., New tiori
After a full examination, we have accepted an
Agency for the Sale, of the above Firat t Siortgailt!
Bonds, and desire' to recommend them to rtur cum
tomera or a thoroughly safe, CS hell or,a profitable
fares/meta, -
JAY COOKE & CO., 20 Wall St., N. Y.
Oct 22.'70-13-3m .
5-20'S : IND . 188" • •
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BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED,
Ov MOST REASONABLE TEILNIS.
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GOLD -
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Bought' 'and Sold' at Market Rates..
. - - COUPONS CASHED. .
PACIFIC RAILROp ,BONDS
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- . , BOUGHT AND SOLD., •
STOCKS BOC4IIT AND.SOLD
COMMISSION ONLY. 6.'1 •
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Aceonnik received and interoit--alynved ;con - datly,
`'balances subject to check, -ut,siglit. -
• Nit. 4e S. THIRD AT., PHILADELIMIA. •
• March 26, '7O . , 1043 , _ •
_ 3row Oats.
EE & CHRISTIAN.
MachinistS,: - Founderoi - 6r Builders.
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.: , • Fine / County. Pa. grove,, Schuylkill
-.-,
irk -, - . e .111:1 - SAND Pzrr. east on end, and self-oiling
Drift Car W heels . a apeciatity. , Aug. Id, '7O-T&Gmy
GLOUCESTER IRON WORKS, OLOUCES
TER C_lalr. N. J.—OFFICE, No. 8, North Nev.;
emir $l.. wi•st side, PHILADELPHIA, manufacturer
of CAST I HON GAS and WATER. cast Iron
Flange Pumping. Heating- and Steam Pipes, Stop
. Valves for \N liter Or (las, all sixes. Fire (Plugs) Hy
drants, Lamp Postx.dias Thilders, Telescdplc or Sin
gle. Cast in gsund Wrought iron Work, of all kinds,
for Gas Works. All Pipes proved by Hydrostatfe
rPressitre. April DI. 70.16-ly
PIONEER CAB wonycs.
JOSEPH DELANEY, Pnovnieron
Aihiand, Schuyildli County, Pa
Having' enlarged his Car shop, Is now prepared to
hut Id all ki nap: of Cars fora:thing purposes. Being's
practical mechanic' and haling for
t. ears devoted himself entirely to this cf.
branch of the land mess, and building of
eltAt. BREAKERS. Also, the patentee • •
of two celebrated Self-Dumping Cars, ;
which can be seen working a (the work; of
lancridt, Lewis C 0.,& and Patterson, Eltriugham tt.
Ahliatml, and ut Messrs. H. A. Moodie ct.
l'reNton (lir:tractile. Coal liresekers built
at the short ek•t:nOtlee. Orders solicited.
April _, • . JOSEPH DETANEL
SHENA.NDOAH LEON WOHKIS.
The sulaterlber is now prepared to :build Steam
PUTIIIOI, Coal Breakera. and
Drift Cara. All kinds of castings and
M cr.
ra lags made to order. , Earyecial •••• •
t lon paid' to , t lie manufacture of Car " 4 ' •
vrlteels. JullN CATitElt. .
Shenandoah - City, Jan. I,
aI:MD . )IY AND MACHINE SHOP, STEAM.
L EAU FACTORY. &C.
The stthseriber would call attention
to the superior uiwtlltleL pt'sasessett by /ate
111 to for the various Matti . ..ll'es of Steam •
Engine building, Iron Founding - . and is
the manufacturing of 11111:Inds of ma
eillnery for Rolling 2.11114. Blast Furnaces, Railroad
I'a N. Be. .4e.
lie twill also continue fie htbi I 11PRII of miniha and
nu the celebrated Itilte Forest Whtte . ,..k k a, coal,
belng the sole proprietor of this colliery. '
:Sep. I. Jan. I. GE.G. W. SNYDER.
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DOTTSVILL'E ROL/2[NC' MILL.
ATKINt4 IIROTUF:I1S, I'noyntrrons,
I'ot t. Idle, SeTinylklll County, Pa.,
• •
7ttan u fact u rem of Railroad Iron (both
T and stl,•et ure preparcd.to re
cei re and execuie orders at short notice .
for any and all the ordinary sizet. In tote.
:Iluk Int; our own pig !octal. we are a‘,....'"" $
careful to select soltable ore.; buyers crut therefore
rely upon receiving In all camel' flrst clam rid IR The
anntlier sizes of 'll Rolls, ', Sa tbi,:rl, and 40 pounds to
1 he yard, always on hand, and supplied In Small lots
.n.s wanted. Jan.l, '7o—ly
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TO COAL OPERATONB AND 111..NE.8.5. -
PIONEER 80 - 17.. R WORKS. • '
The p.nhseriners respectiully invite
the attention or the business commu
nity to their Boiler Works. orr Railroad ._ ; t r •^-
1:1; below the, Passenger 'iny
v Itte, where they are prepared to man
u fact nre
Iion.F.R.Q. fIF EVERT Drist - RIPTION,
Smoke staeks Air Stacks, 111.14 Pipes, Gasometers
• • Drift Cars, ac., &c. Rollers on hand.
Being practimi mechanics, and having for years
devoted themselves entirely to this branch of the
business, natter themselves - that work done at their
establishment will give satisfaction to all who may
favor then. with a call. Individuals and Companies
will find it greatly to their advanSagelo eaamlue
their, work before engaging elsewhere.
JOHN T.'NOTIL'E. • .
Jan.l,'7o-1• . • MATHEW -RHODA.
ORCHARD IRON WORITO3;
POTTSVELLE,
The subscribers are prepared' to fcir
ulsh ENGIIF and all kinds
ACHINERY and CASTINGsr for At •-•
11 Ines, Blast Furnaces and Roiling
Mills, and haven full assortment of the ,
most approved patterns for VERTICA GLI.ING
M LI. ENG IN E." 4., SQI7 lEARS,PUI( H
-1 1 NG MACIII NbIS. and all other Machinery required
In the manufacture of Railroad Iron and Bars. -
The following, Steam Engl ries are now °abundant]
ready for delivery:
1 Is fir cy1,441n st'ke"2 Eng's 121 n cyl,IS in st'ke
1 24 " ~I ~• ~" is" "
I " II " " 21" " " - 12 "
I " 12 "," ". 12 " 6" " 6",
The above. Engines are all new, foil built. upon .the
nust !approved principles, and can be seen at the
ltdrLthesnbscriberri. Also, a full assortment of
trg Lia‘is' Steam Engine Governors on
"eh hivie"given universal satisfaction.
.1-1 y : I'OTT dr VASVINE,.—
~xnd~ - liia
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••ON wonxia
W #lll7l6Pl.° ' ' It
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NOTiCE.—The works of t . e late firm et Weeal*
Brother. known as the , "VI, N / 1 /.N, °TON IRON
IV O.IIKB. - located on Coal street,i • "le , z ...
Borough of Pottsville will be cont . ' 6i,...... ,
nod by the subscriber in all its VatiOtle ':" .. ' v '''
brAlehelt, viz: Steam Engine building, '''...:.,.... ;-;--
and all kinds of nuithinery for mining w- .-t , •
el t licr coal or ore; blast furnaces of hot ozonic& . las
alt kindsOl railroad mstingtt and railroad car astribei
of wrought and fast iron ;.all kinds of bralacastlnaa;
ail kitoli•ot stulthwOrl:, and maxims of tlis latest lat.
proved pubilst, slnglu and tiouble_nahlsg. Repairing .
promptly - I.
Dr eatreful attent ton- to business the stiliseriber
torts . b.• will ro•tive a kbare of the publitepatronste
NO i I t•ernlly 14,towcil on the Into thin.
Jail. I, .;tf--1- • • • - JAMES WREN.,
Aiiii,n.fir . ific7x iirrociiicts
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The subscribers are riow fulls pre
pored to furnish, at the Ashland Iron
work..., steam Englims and Pumps
.of anyj.,oNyer and capacity, for min- -- ";4 55
lug an Other purposes. 5 Coal Break; -••"`..:.('.
ern of every EiZe and pattern now to use, le
gether,with eastinks and. foptings of every descrlp
r ion. Con Land 1 in ft cars of, all sizes and patternA,
large Truck and horse Cara, , all furnished at the
shortest nut lee,' The suiwseribers - flatter themselveit
qlait;..dziasintia. as every member of the firm . is A
practical mechanic, they Will be able to furnish
maellinery that will compare favorably with any id
the Itegiou. All order directed" 03. M. RNEI4
Asitinud,schuylkillCounty,Pa. will receive prompt,
attention.
Sam I. "tf.l:
,
A GLE =WORKS. -
-• . _ HENRY WALTERS, Prolieleton . •
- • • • TA:MAW:A. beHUNLI:ILL COUNTY, PA4
Having enlarged his mundry andma
chine shop, at the' .I;agle Iron Works, t r ial;
Tarriaqun, and thus very m a terially , tgatß,"
iuereascd tteircapaelty for turningoot •
work in 1V.% line of•husitess, he Is Lae' a."
prepared to make Steam Enginesand Pumps of any
power and - rapacity, for minte• 'Machinery: for
• Breakers - . Rolling and other nul ls and for,,Fant,
naves; all kinds of
,castlngs and ro l ling; ote.; ae.
n- -
vxx pen ence of many years in e Intslness„ w
the facilities which these works now possess, enable
the proprietor to turn out ' the very beldam' theznas•t
satisfactory work. 1
All orders addressed to EV:N . IW WALTERS. Eagle
Iron Works, Tamaqua. SelinylLill County. Pa. will
receive prompt attention. June2f VS-2Stf
TIER PALO- , ALTO IRON WORK'S,
welt prepared to furnish T RAILROAD IRN—)
ing /rout 20 to M pounds per yard—EGßEEr i
RA/Ls-,(mtn 18 to ea pounds per yard.
to suit either fur horse ears or loco- rrilui
motives. All these rails of-th • .4 - 4 - r-
LATEsT AND MOST .ApritoVAD .
PATTERNS. Also, a neaeral assort. LA. .....-
meat orlitEßCJl_Ata BAR IRON, • s
squares, Oval,- RaHßound and Grooved. ROO '
AND 'BAND IRON, CAR AXLES. , RAILROADt
CHAIRS, 1.1811 PLATES AND iloologrump 4 S
Mr rails , ROLLS made , of the beat brands of cold!
blast-charcoal iron, ready tor_ use, either for.T
nalli.'iltreet -Mb or bar iron. Also, all kind* of!
CASTINGS,VOR ROLLI__NAMIkkm. We Mao tn.
vile attention to OUT PAITEIIS/1
l37,3411:1114, ref:putting oldralleptid4tSnin,, ite.:dte„
BENJ.HAYWOOD; - etor. ,
&I : 1;!;unr. Second .and Market Ste, utvUle, Pa.
Jail, .
-r-.
..
tA pa Norm t a BUILDERS 1
AND RECRAZICS 1
" At MIER diStleatibo bought (*imp Build
ing Rardwaro otsilp r vic - Pala 00^,•,
cemont, Piaster, Tope and murk L ahoo.
Terra Cotta Pipe , law ,
itoroh 12. 7 0 - . 1,- - 214
• I
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EMBE
L Y - ".;`. t .•=tir v - - - t
_THE .MINER : I , ; .1175YIPLE SCiIUYLKILL COUNTY, PENNSYL
I=
It. •
, -Jaaatirstlimne - "
11111041 Mg Oli Allol3l.min ROD AND WIRE
A-S1 AIWENS. - •
MEE
(PATICSTIKD Stri. erg, IM)
IVO,. IS Norwegian street, PtirI'TSVILLE, PA
Sept. 27..'70-35-11133 - ,
L LAUBIENSTErN & co, .
SrecENSOUS TO Jou!: It. LxEttx,
Manufacturer of Coal screens,
or the Latest and Most Approved Styles.
. .
I%mnd-hand nereerus and segments always on hang.
We reanectfully eoliclt se:outlaw:nee of the pat
ronage heretofore so line:late bestowed.
•Is LA 1.7.1114.N5TE .s: CO.,
Railroad St., rear of Xi.terly's Hardware Store,
Jan 1. '7O-1- Pottsville. Pa
.
S QUASX
ROE! AND WINE SCREENS.
'• •
J. LAUMENCSTEIN, •
- maivtritcruitEr. OF •
SQUARE AOD ANI) WIRE SCREENS.
\ PATENTED PEBELTARY 1, Isce. . •
. ,
MINERSVILLE, SCRITYLKILL Ca, A.
The SQ,CARE ROD_SCREENS, on acociniiiilthelr
superior strength and durability, are 'preferred to
all others wherever tried. ; Screen .13olts, all sizes al
ways on hand. Orders promptly titled at moderate
prices. May dl, 110-72-
•
L l- "'EF" r
- 718 ARCH ISYREET.
of the block between 7th and
ethldreets, uth side,
lisns Pit lA,
orter:Manufactur un
P re d healer
loalLatlntigand quality, of FANCY
~ • 1 7 141 S for Ladies and Childrens!.
Wear. Having enlarged remodeled
and improved my old an ti favorably
h. known Eirit EMPOItIUM„ and hay
' - imported a very large and spier'.
did as.4ortinent. of all the different kinds of Fars
from first hands in Europe, and have had them
made tip by-the most skillful workmen; I would re
spectfnlry-invit e my friends of ISchuylkill and adjs.
cent Counties, to' all and, examine my very large
and beautiful assortment of Fancy Furs, -for Ladles
and Children. ..„1 am determined to' ell at as low
prices want caller respectable House In this city.
All Fummarianted.. 1n misrenresentations to effect
sales! ". JOHN lItEIRA.I •
Nov. 12.'70-18-eow4m , 7l i A teh street. P i ,hila.
F URS; ' 7
,711:7118.
820.
• •
itk - OHN A. STAMBA,
8:26 Ar St
• . 1 ,
suci try ACT dh
T' HMI 01
• , LADIES' ,FANCY
*ztouSlsting of RussArOlable., fit
'able, Royal Ermine; Grebe,
GtriA, Fitch, ..te. Children's Sett
Gentlemen's Collars and Glove»
Bleighdiobes: . _
The latest styles at lowest prices:
All Furs guaranteed as represents
-JOHN A. STAMBACII
826 A rch ,SYreAt, 5 tio.ors below -Nil
THILADE,LPHIA.
Nov. 5; '7O -45-3 m
•
F ALL AND WINTL.WDB.Y GODS.,
•
. FOX 'di . zBROTHER,
-276 CENTRE STREET. POTTSVILLE,
Desire to call attention' to their ekten , ave Assort.
went of
DRY GOODS
ttute,l l :!tics of the Lstftt Styles of the
Foreign Domestic Nlarke s
iNcLunven AIONU TEIZ COLLY:CTIONF
El AcK AND COLORED SILKS,
LACES AND EIiBIcOILIER4, .8.
LINENS,
SHAWLS OF AL,L KINDS
We aloit eall attention to our ritortt o
GROCERIE.'S QizEENSWARE 4r.,
Is very large and selected with the utmost
care for this market. We do not consider It neces
sary to enumerate what we have, but everything In
a Drat class Dry Goods and Grocery store, enn be NW
at our establiphmeut:
April 17.'09
1870: CHRISTMAS, 1870.
WINDOW OBNAIENTATIONS.
RICH DRAPERIES. FLOWING 1.,1-E-y
CURTAINS, LAM BREQUINS,WITH
SUITABLE •LACE MITA INS,
TAPESTRY, TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
Attention Is Inveute4 to the nbo e
Holiday Pre:;:enis.
.1%1 A SON 1 C .
lIA 1.1. 1 / 4 , , Nd. 719 CIIF.STStrHiiItECT,
' May 7.
the goltar Atechig ffiutt.
~, ,
. .
. .
, .
_ A Newtonler eitsbe Present Thee& ,
, , - • Intended for. People Nieman Earth,
Ineludire Farmers. Meebahica; Merchants,ProMmilonaL
• Men, Workers., Thinkers...and all Manner of- Mont
-- Folimeeind the 4 firlsom. &mi. and Om:mitten of alma
•
Cr'Llr 61 4 ,7 S DOLLAIL A YE..itt 2 •
_:;.-
- _
...Q* LI
EPiDIT t ED COPIES FOIL M 30. -
Or lets than'efie Cent a. Cclry: Let there be .830 Club
at
tvcrt w
poet Ca. . -
. . .
, Tiffs v...III4VITALY t 4 r.N, S 2 A TEAR;,
..
i rj e..as
a t t i n , tame and ceimml character ,as the THE •
WEEKLY. talmtrit rrettm - Tenet,' Of miscellaneous. •
ream. and fa the news to Its snnierlosis wlth •
granter traumas. been t colnek Mica a WWI ik
• stead of once only. ~ • . -..-
• TEM DAILY SVN, SG , PEAL, ,T. l.- - •
A nreMulnentliread abli nettling'. ~; I_,. ' • 1161 1 11.
elrcalstlon in th e world., '7, flee, in •• • . , - ......:-
haslet politics. ell the nmrs from c
Cent , . e O D7 : ft' man, geamts a mama. or ,
Per Terms to Clubs, a mt Specimens, • • .-',
®
I. W. ENGLAND,WiIIiba?, San ornen, NOVIIIIIIILi
• ..,.- . .
....
llce It IT.-,74-1t
MO MORE SCRAMMING. OR BOXI4EP
CLOTHING.
•
BINWILEY'S KALETRICIIEON.
ted I.° remove DANDRUFF; 'IiCURF
otherentaneous diseases with width the
' *win may be afflicted. •
ItitiUl . the certificates at - the Drug Stores where
XALETRICHEON is for sale.
' RALF:TAWS/EON 18 NG? a hair dye or restorer.
No Ladles' or Ovo l lemeteg toilet complete without
a bottle of HINCKLEY'S KALE'TIIICHEON.
One bottle will convince any one of Itagreat quali
ties for mowing DANDRVI/F and Kerr F.
17. CENTS l'Elt BOTTLE. For sale a
_ • Dn. W. R. RO INSON'S.
• No, 2t mire street,
. .
. • , and HOLT .Ir. FER - SLEW&
No. ZIG entre street,
~/rug Stor es.
It-i 3.49 'to IL Hinc C kley *Co., proprietors, No.
M 5) Globs Building, Reading, Du:;--for a circular con
taining two hundred tlrsticlass testlmoin lola from the
leading citisensof the State.- • Nov 214,"*0-44?,-4t-M3.lw
CTEPICENSON SAFETY LitittP3.—As o
some Collieries lire damp Is very prevalent, and
be common Davy Lamp Is not considered Sate, we
have immured a lot of the StephensonFafety lampss.
which contain a circa torsions tube intdde of the wire
gauze. This Lamp, from recent expettmententsde.
in Eng,land,sis considered the mien Lain p noe,and
'lt now extensi vet? used In all then:Met fiery collieries
•
in England For sale wholesale and reta il. _
The CDCYNY LAMP, the MA.Vitt LAMP, and
Safety. Lamps of all the most approved patterns
made of inverted tiovemment ;.Wirei by the single
dozen or hundred.
These Lamps ate all manufaeitared to our own
'Older, and we tins none but gauze of the, pattern pre.
ao rtbed by the English Government for safety.
, e_tilantes corutantly on band Co stilt lamps in gene.
.sal use., so that we can supply any persons wishing
to replace gauzes that haw been. worn out. Gauze. tWg Pat litoSardpr iMwhideuile or retail;
Address. & RA3IBEY
• nit gentreittseet. Pottsv . ille Pa.
•••T 31 . 111TOCZ. COP' 1102•IDAY GOODS.
& a whit* we ere neUins
UAW sad iliirialknovesimil l m. i tee,
/mtg. "Wit lbw taolllo*. *
!rm.'
very One _ •
: CLOCKS= •
- AI" 'Affenti 'for the eelebteted fiT
BONS'. PIANO* &ad./EASON *MIA rIMPA LIN'S trEW
-STYLE ORGAN
_ •- 1 " IR • tre 4
• 6 11 P. V 0,4 4 1; • • •
• -••••- •• - '
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C 4 , • • "
r
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Babies' Tursi,
.CY FURS,'
JOHN F
Hjoo.,
e
FURS.
Bison Bay Sable
Seal, Astraeans
- , , zearringe 'and
t&CO.
bith, south aide,
FALL AI:INTER
WIiITP GO,QIIB and DOMERTICS,
1101ERY,
GilD - VF-ti uF ALL KINIA
CLOAKJ 4 , &c.. ac. , ic
DM
LACE .H.A1)11S;
I. F. WALIZAVEN,
ritILADELPIII A
-
CRABLEi A. DANA. Mar
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161 0 1111111141116-
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• :tiff 1. In r n •i •
• 310. 14 W •441 tau st —
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.. st
• • Matitfit. - : • • imam,
Vale les at • '
- u• tc ce114 =2 .11 1 1 .,:. 3 '7O-.11110
iid
t rritelgte ramixerzitu
r l e )
0 11417 Triarr
abentlimrrarr. a•
'
;lima
e am opened. with s Uzi* sad well atieetee ri .
Meek et trotwltrs cad Balsamic
tibek estylee end -garaittles. - Aisa. CI ZI WI CZA,I§ .
tKliattliDrtfiltrat.lthjette.ittalf Rodis,lte
.4
ally was= be sell very 'cheep furl g
C tam••• . : Sept, Vt. 10-84-fmtelttos • 1 4-
- F. It.-4.BTHICILBD DEPIJY._I4 rtir at Sal Routh
Seoxod Street ; tut with Theis. DZIVY. ,
wasalsootarpo..sx CAL-
Fn airr lN Uß Wlt ST.. PHILA.PELP la. , •
BEG Rios
HOPKINS. Vodgnarsand Manufac
turers of FRIO Cabinet Ware. keep on Multi a large
assortment of Walnut and Cottage Furniture, Hair.
Husk. and the Woven Wire Spring Mattress. Goods
W be sent at a distance will be packed In a secure
manner. We nor and sell for cam, and in so doing
are-enabled to furnish superior goods at the lowest
rates possible. We solicit a call. Sept. 17, Itsda-ly
1 - • JPESEPII WALTON & CO.;
• . -
CArunsT Stangks. No at Walnut St., Philadelphia.
Our establishment is one of the ;oldest in Phila
delphia, and from item ezperleueehnd superior fa
cilities we are prepared to furnish good work at
reasonable prices.
We manufacture fine furniture; and also Inedi um
priced farull.ture of superior quality. A lane stock
of furniture always on hand. Goods made to order.
Counters. Desk Work and Ortec Furniture fur
Danko. OMcea and Stores. made to order. •
Jai. WALTON, J. W. LIPSC
PINCOTT. JoS L. OTT.
Feb. 12, "M. • 7-1 y
.WIRE RAILING, WIRE GUARDS, for Store
Fronts. Factories, he Heavy Crimped Wire
Cloth for cleaning; ores. coal, Le. Heavy Screen
Clutha and Coal Screens. Wire Webbing for sheep
and poultry yards. Paper Mateers*, Wires. Brass anti
Iron Cloth Sieves, Painted Screens, Ornament
al Wire. Work. EVery Inland:Won by - addressing
the manufacturers, H. WALKER i4Ol Cs.
11 worth oth street, Philadelphia.
Feb 12,10 7-Iy
.151 - Ligit LM.KAIICILEIL
FURNITURE WAREROOMS,
, 236 add 2311 South Secona Sting,
South
The ruidersigned having greatiyi no eased facilities
11 3- the addition of the large four -story building ad
joining his former place of bantams, offers great in-.
4:Meet:neat/Ito all purchasers of furniture to give him
a mll.l Be is confident 'of being, able - t 0 please all
who may favor him with • their custom. - and his ex
perience of twenty years In business Is a guarantee
of Idatibility to turn out the best of work. Ile per-.
sonally supervises his large workshops. and any ar
ticle not on hand will be made toorder at the lowest
termis, A large stoc kinds of all ads of .1 , 1: ITUitE
constantly on hand:
Sept 9,'0il 7-Iyettr
E-I RA
SiCOO . O GUARANTEE
BUCK LEAD excells,all other UZI, • '
hit. Far its Unrivaled 'Whiteness. • •
2d.!, Fonts Unequaled .Du mid ty.
3d. FUr Its Unsurpassed Covering , PropeilY.
Lastly Fitt its Economy. " : • •
It coals less to paint with Buck Lem] than tiny'
other Nliito Lead extant, The pain° weight covers
Moreißurface, Is' more Durable, and makes Whiter
Workk, • - "-- • '
' BUCK LEAD is the Cheapest:nigßeat.
•
•
t• • 1 $lO,OOO °TURA .NTEE. •
_
BUCK. ZlNC'Excels al thee, ?Arum. .
• ISt. For its Unequaled - - •
51' For Its Unriyaled eness. -
3.1. 1 For its Unsurpassed vering Property.
Lastiy,i for its talent emy, • r •
-6eini the Cheapest IlandsorneSt, - and- triosi rst)le
..Y4fllinTaiiit in the world.
! . ,
ROY ONLY BUCK LEAD ,AND BUCK
• • ZTNC;
Tit". IT. Alta) CONVINCED. - - .
Scitiklyfelion gtaiiantccri
• ':<- -
BUCK COTTAGE COLOR S.•
Prepared exiirear4l3 - for rwitlniing
Cottairesjk -balltlings of every tleNertptlwr. renees.
4:e. 'Pliny ve intlereut colors. )nimble, Cheap :
Uniformani • Beautiful Shades. . •
fiampltre s sent by morn f ee:..iretl:
Dealers' Orders will be prompt*: It:et:Met! by the
Manufacturers.
1 -l a 111.1-INCII, Illt'll Altlt,,t ,N ; t•tt.. •
' L V, , ,!
p.. . 4 or. Tenth ioul Dlarl:( t streets, t'l.l ludel pl alt.
,JPs-22. '7O '-- • . 1-I,y
ME
• . BUSINESS COLLEGE,
dissailly Bid .
• S.ifig;',COR:TENTH-AND , CHESTNUT 51$. '
Scholarships good In. 46 Colleeges In the Unftel
States and Cumulus. For particular'. call or.sktal tor
OSlStlogue.- Oct 1. '701.6.1tu
aericc }mu." LNSTIVIITE,
POTTSTOWN, MONTGOMERY cIAI 7 NTY, PA
Engll.h, Classicsl,l4centitic,..-Artistir root
etaL Location admirable: - Twentk-th Annual s(,-
BUM. Thorough preparation for Colleg., or 1:nsl nevi.
For circulars address
TUT. GEE. F. MILT.F.R, A. M., Pri mei p3l,
Basangscss--Reve. Jac — Meigs, Etelou-frtr, Mario.
Knuth, Gun, Butter, 41c, It:ago 1.1111. ) ty•
Meyers, 1.8. YORt, 3loycr, M. Itnssel
etc. July
BLOONSBURG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
/JAM/ LITERARY & INsTIT/
The Faculty nr this Irmtitni ion nirn 1.. 14. v.ry t tu.
rough in their him ruct fr`n, Anti tO ertlny_:ltler
the matmerg, health and moral,. nr I lie Ktml,pik.
Apply for rAtatogues to HENRY C.lltV
Oct R,'104.1-ly
toning Niattintnj,-&c.
NOTICE.-31anutucturerm and users of steam
Pumps, are hereby, cautioned again., the nian
facture. Kale, or use of aim y Pumps tl u are an in
fringement on Alliaon'a Patent, dated etepteitil.erlll„
1867„ as they will be prosecuted to the full eztent of
tbelaw.
I have already commenced cult agnlnat several
and will prosecute all other Infringers:
Port C.'arbon, - April ItOl3T. ALLImos.
Parties In sr/mint Pumps combo supplied at reason
hie prices by the undersigned.
ALLIRON k BANN AN, .
Franklin TOU Works. Port ("anion: Pa.
Jan. 1,70 •
D CHINE EDERICK.'43 COAL HOISTING MA
Ell
11131
More than . IMO of our HOISTING bIACHINES are
noir 'Wow. They are simple, durable and easy of
operation, hence the large number sold, and the per
fect satisractliM given. Kenn tor 1i 1 t. 4 rated catalpzue
ea,
containing '
_prices and I est 1 mon lab , trotn part lei
using them t also containing price list of our Wood
Ca
and Iron Iron Tubs .n mi liars s, 1 Pock and
fllook Blocks, &c.; also eontai n inu. much h. fon mt.
lion useful to Coal mere-hunts,
Ult.
P. K. DEDERICK .1
Albani icußttrilA 3lneblue W4s, Al 1):11:
Jan. I. , 107-1841t.IVTly.'T u r k
. .
!Valilj4 s nub 'rwrfrn):
Di '- t 1
A ,-1
04 -,--e---i
4.. ,
A .4 v 4,
04
, i.t
IQ it. n
El F. N • 4 ; 7 11
44 • r4r.v.fr c::
~?A,9"'. p. t ;
14 AO4 'f?ial'' . 0 t-4 .0 =
'O. A ~., c. .0
• rt , ,u4 iv ~ ;
et
, at "4 •
. ;• •
Bronzes, -' Fancy Goods, &c.
13IRTI4DAY, BRIDAL.
S AND HOLIDAY GIFTS. -
We would call the attention of our patrons en" •-
friendl , i ta r tqlassortment of
AD DESIRADLt GOODS.
;Our I mportatio ns of this , season are Just opened.
V - nt thany novelties, which we feel certain
.
'1 ' by mallcarefully and promptly attended to.
, 'AO ri : 1 's, CLARK It DIDDLE, -
".
:' Jim- Ens ct•Smrsamarrns.
N 0.1124 CTIESTNer STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
.16.11EXIAII ROB 1312414• .. /..„ 1 : , .. CLARK. RAWL EIDDLP.
Nov. 5, 1 70 , 4.1.2nt
CHEAT'ER THAN T,..HESIZE.AFEET.
BANNAW & RAMSEY
WILL ALWAYS FELL
SCHOOL 'BOOKS
• OF ALL HINDS" 6 •
At Lower Prices than any other Booksellers in
aosisTras Wilt Ism romp; ias It.
Aud all Artlelps lU the 1
BOOM AND ' , STATIONARY ;ONE
At a Great Reduction from Foriner Prices.
SSA Coapans Seam Pargrasin Ithiewhera,
MINN WIIIIIMPULS PANTS 'MD' VIM=
imatioia atom at ham iILI to 1.10. The very best
Pm& Gas& at 112. Thii anaortmeat of Sop
Oraranata at
1103218-1111111___ '
- Centre
4410r10a4. tQrr.ew.Boorteit
oburational.
!ME
EABTNIVIOIC , & BROTHER, •
. COAL BROKE'S. AND:COMIESSION MERCHANTS "
No. US nocK,ORKET,
A M. no -411.4144 t rusrAnrierini.
CHAS. H.
Rom B. BEAJE •
B. BE&TII Az CO..
: FIRE INSURANCE ,
ANTRRACITEL - BOA'RD OF TRADE 1100 . 31.,
• - No. 173 Centre St.; Pci ttsville, Pa.
. HOLIDAY,. BRIDAL OW BIRTHDAY GIFTS.:
pAI-ZIAN ANDI LAVA.; -WARE.
LACQUERED AND INLAID, CHINESE AND JAPANESE:.CURIO3;TIES:
A FRESH *IN 9FL;f:lihAr in.:confirE6 CHINA
•
FIRST CLASS GOODS. LOWE S T
_ .
MITCHELL.
- • -• China, Glass ind - • '
•
7 - 07 .• 7 . 67. PI.IESTNIIT,STBETT,:III.ILADELPHIA.
11 2 8 611ESNI7T STIMET
.Xti'D
82,4 Altell.gTßEEt.
Philadelphia'.
LINT
HOUSE •F M , F . :,N 1 S'l-1 IN q Q- ,0 0 : D :St
• - - ; ..
WINTER. PLANK" ETS. All - the hest makes Ofillankets, from the It Wiest to The finest outtlitiew mad e
A - HIVTOR .LATtGE lILANKET SALES; TQlnerea.se our'lllanlcet.fiales4his Season, we Shall ielLat
mituvtottni ' clailprices. We pion:l:lse - that our Blanket customers a - 411 be pleased with our Low I TAR:urr..,...c.,'
' ,„ ; ,SIAPSEILLE:4 4tTILTI.4,IIIk4OMEORT4BLES i,
_Entirely Nei; Stock I : Preen: G9fR/A I New Pat
terns! Greatly Reduced Prices! Marseilles quilts: are7muelt ehomer since last season. Our -tack being
quite new and treigh,ou'r customers may depend on nutting in our tztocic the latest styles, and best - value
In the mailtet.„ .
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ELANNELS ! -FLANNEI4I. CONTENTS qv ourn-fLANSCI, • DEPARTN
"
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' Billiards - sex P att
lnel.4—all the WWl's, OW q
411 the uallttrtg. - ,"1 .. . , _ .. , . .
'4.lllberrx Flatinels,lillirelNl% Flatiaeltytiaxotty . Flaittiels, .41taki.
all gaunt le.—ltett, 'hue, and Gray Flatitirl- ' - • '
Tatra Hetivy llttgettot Canton Flr.tntrl!...
. .
. r
Aiwa3i, shows the mor:t.- extenblvo Stock of Linen iflOods to he fOtiml in t'l
.I , SPECIAL i i .I.IIqAINS iii TA. SEIELI'L'tiGS, yowELI N 7
(k-t'l.
ffill
izin, '7.•-4.1y
toots, limit, Sc.
T' NEW GALVANIZED IRON •
. CLOTHES LI N Es, cnn h had at
SOLOMON, HOOVER 8,
S'itIN:Y ) :IIN and HOVHE-FURNISHINU ETORE,
No. V. 3 Centreiit., Pot...t‘vyje
A numi ier of new pattern i t NG and l'Altr..ol - 1:
Sl I JIVES, which can be had at moderate-prices. lie
alsobasasplendidatuortrcut-of tin, brass. ltrinutia,
Japtunsl, Wass, wood and willow ware, hollow unit
hardware. Also,. brushes:, brooMa, oil .clotlocialile
clot hw s . door nulls, clot lies; wringers, trays. earCing
antl - hril cher kn ives, copal-oil ia/1141e,, kniVe , trind forks,
and all kinds of Glassware. Also. gridirons. MOM-
I lig pans, children.' aleighs and skates, table, tea and
butter spoons. nitre and rut traps, patent nutmeg
graters, ap itnwti., lemon ,jaccr.ers and graterict , ird
, 11:es, table mats, table saws, cleavers, egg wldiu,
rolling pins. potato mashers, bread boards, wash
ooden b07te5,...1F4l =44 I lor Irons, sausage
tutte:a and stutters clothes lines, tail cords, clothes
pins, corn poppers. cake cuticrS7ennillesticksidredge
boxes. savings banks, match boxes, sebool cranium-
Sillten and pencils, toilet sets, bath tubs, hatch
ets, latuniens, axes, died and bond . !.uses. flour
hie% er, meat saws, cods:) . mills, concentrated lye,
glass drutnimi.,fancy my s, lard cans, wash tubs. wash
beards, sheet zinc, nne.tkelland fancy baskets, castors,
k nice txrxes, shovels, pokers, tongs, coal buckets, tea
kettles, stove and shoe blacking. Also, oils, paints.
varnisbes, window glass, putty, lanterns. and many
unfelt-a too numerous too mention. Also, rooting.
i.pouting, and all kinds of Jubbing dune to order. and
at the shortest notice, Persons wishing any of the
above mentioned articles would do well by calling
and examining before pun'hasing eirewhere
. rA.)LO.NION 'IIGOVEIt,
R OOT'S SECTIONAL WROUCLECT
SAFETY BOILERS.
Roars IMPROVED TRUNK ENGINES,:
Stalolar7. Portable and larine.
Doub3e Piston Square Hoisting Engines, Hoisi-
ing Machinery for Coal Shane, Sloping,
Orist. Mills, Stores, dtc., &c. •
One of thin e I iitstens can be seen running daily at
HILL, IqUltlfi' Itiliatioy
77 -
PAItTifIILAIt ATTENTION ICINVITI.D TO
the Holster, Which has no equal. No dead points
two l pistons In onif cylinder, either end
of which is taking full steam When the other is
passing centre' It requires nO [dello:a strapa,.eintelleg
or brakes of any kind. citerted.revernial or stuppeft
instantly, and at any point ot.revolution, by the
sinipleni.,ceuXeutofasinglelever. Having au keys,
gibs, set screwe, or other, adjustable parts, which In
other hoisteralrequire the knowledge and constant
tare of an experlefimi engineer, can be put in the
hands of the Most inexperienced permukk : All Its
workingparts i are enclosed In the casesor cylinder,
and are thus pirtilccted front bmtkage, tho - effects of
dust, dirt, and rust or weather. Its extreme light
nesa, compactness and rapid speed, highly commend
- • his use. Orders received fur the manufacturer
by the udersign.ed„ w how lil also furnish descriptive
cutely:l u es, price lists, draw ings,estlntates, and other
Information.
NATHANIEL G.AHRET„'Mahtpry City , Ps.
A. H. CHUltell,l'auvillt, Pa. - •
,66-4.1- • ,
FIIIST
- .MORTGAGE. :BONDS
MEM
ST. JOSEPH &• DENVER CITY
Rail Road ,Colutiany,
WE
• PAYABLE' IN GOLD,'
_
With Infeiest at (Si Eight • Per Cent. also Payable
in Gold.
•
COPPORS OR REGISTERED.
•
TheseNtt-Clasat Yl oads are now for sale -by the
Company through the untlenslgned, and tire conti
dentffy rreniatittuded C 'AMA 1,1 . 41 g A 1130 . 47 X .“
;04..t pa/Vaud a LAitax INCOME., ' • r
AillltAt , the ealre line is completed and in PUMAS
aI optmtton. Only Twputy Miles of Trick: to lay
at' the 'western Tenninus.anti that being rapidly
tat&
The present traffic of the Hoed Is A 44.11.1.7. dr,llll,
ANTEC tur 'the RELIABILITY of these Recur/ ties.
The Ih,ad runs Virext front ST. JOSEPII, and forms
**through Dist and,We‘t. route.
• - Nortgale' per nide .siz,sou route. ,
Franchise
and ait.property.
LetwltAtt)toad, 111.
. Total Imola V0tni5.4.1.800,000.
PRIM 97 1-2 and accrued - Interest In currency.
/dims and Pamphlets famished en aPpheation
-Calproaage for aceounkof purchases tree of charge
4 :4-re2l,-
._W. P.'.CONTPBSE it CO .
~ -
51 Tine Street, Nen' York.
• 1 4 .110 4 iE1t 8 CO., -
Wan Street, New York.
dl)d ADDITIONAL SOUNTY.—By of
Jnlp 13 txlo , 'the time of eta h is
bounty was extended &is. , s n ood:* from that date.
This time will soon expire. The following are enti
ileikif the: have not already collected it: •
• All soldiers who enlisted for three or two years
before July PM.l9ill, and received $lOO United Steles
bounty anti no more; and all sucheoldiers who were
discharged berate serving Awe years. for wounds or
• injuries crtatty" kind. inetudhig ruptures, not silip
eases, are entitle ttkough they have not received
anFunt l theselast are also entitled to the 1100
ori a y; ust
he w ido ws children:tinderlgi at the date of th
law, July Zlth.l* . and pstenfa of ail soldiers, Indb•
sated above. who hayed fed since the ir discharge, an
entitled; and where such soldiers were discharged
before serving two years. *sr disability or disease
contracted lathe ferries; who died of such disability
or disease, before JOLT anti. iNek the_ widow. chW
dren, or parents am. entitled, although the • soldier
bias-eilf, it Mitt& armada°, beentitied. • •
• Papers for the collection of acuities's due an the
ith of next December careltilly completed, agreed
°lAlrrgirdee Blank
nth "of Don and - ti 'Papers .
gsgsre%.
Calig rZlUND addr ai.Sii.
inninekrand Hotialy Agent.
Nov 19.10-4/041-7:17.4f • • _r-
~ 71:10MA5,.2 J . 'DONOR()
BUILDER OF.
First Clits.s Carriages and .13ugres,
or VIM LATEST AND must APPROVED .ITILEPLL
ItAlWrAlioltlr—Cor.. SECO:VD AND NORWLOtArISI ~ E&MAUL
DAM OF 1110IITTEXE 110 c SE, POTTSVILLE, PA. .
Constantly on band, a good assortment Of new god
Carriftetand Ilrppes.
,gpmW attention paid to repulsing; . April , 'O-16
-A VD
STOR F.
. . .
e.vor.r.E. mlf.l.lti•
• • .
1128 Chestint Street. and 8!:8';Artli Street, I'lttlatl!
GREAT I Ns
IV -
DRY Got)Ds,
AT
THOITAs
CENTRE_ •
EMI
=
8 CHESNUT
;:3 ARM STREET;
Philadelphia.,
S.;- r TOR' -_'--.
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lISIIFQIICf.
D ELAY 481 MUrfirinl'ii;slll.lA
• (IF DET,AIV
JOEN P. IfcLE.N.P, President
M. M. CHILD, Scerttr.:s
I .
1 .
.
N. W. rxII:NEIL NINT).; ANlk C/“... , 4 , 41 - 1 - :TV.I.LTs,
. •
•
G Ea. V. - ...5TC)N1 , ... VI , o Prt7 , 1 , !.•0t. 3tantlgef.
.
GI.:0. l'. TURNER, (it o'l .1;„ - i•%; and Attolirne.•
:L
.. I •
.
PuhttY 31t•rrAt
.1,014 - RATE.L..
All Polle'...s Non-Eon' , it t.fti: aftur Goc annuta pay
tilent. Ev‘:ry ili.z. untooasit ion t , s,i,l,ut u tilt e•Ltfei.s
-
guufunteo,l to Pokey 11,04.14,u,
Book% eontri!ninu toil ififw iit,:iiiii el , ll , lTning the
plans vend mit, of thei '‘.:l.prf,ly N 4 111 rice or npidielt-•
11.. t) to the i;talieli Otlio• , .
.4;iruts 'fi - r ,, ,' ,., / ti.r , v, , ,.....,t111. , ~ t , r f •-• cf P. -, rrevh•oni , ,
It f rr.ttl:Ner.s i by 1 , •!1 - 1:11,..i.,it --Iron. E.*. (;;11,:ii,
(I)lo'.lt.iNth , S;:tto i , f I h•lawitti..:•llun. l'lo ft. y. Luy
vird, U.S. Senat"r from' U.•laov.ii e ; /:(.1: v. A Med
Lee, I:ishoe of I k•lawitt e; Uon. Ileury alit P int, Pow
der Mann' r: .. flow, t;iiv., 1 . -ttuip.l,ltry, r;ov stAte of
141.: the Pit-Mien Is n all the ltank•. in Ile City of
'Wilmington; 110n...1 . :1 4- . - var(sraill....mayop City ..f
Wilinima.,n. , -
.. July ?3, :cu-3J-Iy
OLD AND TRIED. INCORPORATT
N II t.) V I till
P:::!: - .;:e:ph:o.
, • ri'll.Erx 31171 T. U.
BERlitilllßE - LIFE INSURAS
3t.‘s%;
-TIIO,IIAS Prv•ldelit.
.AMPS Fr.A NCIS, Vivo PreNitivilz,
Sevr,•tary ta, 4 l Tre
j. I..I::itEE.NE, :•••,,•cretarr.
Non - -Forfeiture of all Polic!es Guara
Law.
In eAnse and pire•nitutn is n , l paid whe
paltry ii not f"rtelted: but the nulder run
en red for t he full atuount.until-the pmini it
paid and uneerneMlN exhan.le•) by the or At
anee tit the• net tats,
- • Example at the Age of 43.
OastAnnual Cash Preudunt on an ortlit my Life
Politc,' will en.llt.otle the inm:ralwe for Ta o Years
and lid Pays front the time the policy was Issued. or
One ;Year and !lays atter the Second Annual Pre
"intum becomes !nit% Should-t s.-st_id premium
not be paid, and the Ensured die within one eri.r and
ittvd.ky, aner.suetk non.r.,:syliwat, the full moonlit 11
the p.kiky'woolti Lc paid;i,,,only the pretuttun due
and unpaid. The Jars .•r the totainer brolums
paid, the will I,la- Insurance eon t Inn ;la ease
of non-payment of tail/thou. ,
The Iterkshire Lite Insurance CclaPany
antler this law Six Claims, w 114-.11 ct,tup
other titittes-woulti have been ort bless ;an
conanuirig the insintence on over -nil poi
which the hohleis have been unable. to
mium,
The last claim paid muler this non-frirfeil
was that of rt.metalwr.who Ir.sure4 a few yei
for 43.7./0. 1A istis he hailed trr pry his Min
miums ; In January last. one 'year anti tics
afterwards, he stirs'. C on l PailY has Pal
widowf he full'lnnOn at • iy the
payments and Interest,
Every Menitcr
• ,
. • - _
. _
ALL AM.Ol`: - U
' •
AN , :t.TAL C.ISII , •
.}•;•••„):CoMICA 1. St.% NA4
Careful it...gin-lion of lives. tiafe-Invi , troenn
4 ;,ms,l Agents and t.iolivitorm
For . in fon - natio:l, apply at the home oilier.
or to W. tjent:Tal 4%,
S. W, cOr. EGEvi,:NTtt and Citi.srst-i,
1•1111,:11 , 1.21.1'111A. -
Oct Iti, 'al
Drugs nub (9itmicals.
IRON IN THE BLOOD
The Mt
anc 07 supplying Vitt ,
:Punt's Oire Trts.ttznto
- Cautterg.—lt' Oast
eon Wet Peinilan Symp.
Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSMORE. Proprietor
- • - Ito. 36 Trey Sc. New -Tort.
_ t y Sold by DrutartstiztencTally. •
.
11/, 'lO • I 12-13,--eon
~
: R.FITLER - S II IR HEUMAT4
iI i 1. ;
VEGETABLE. EMEDY.:*
..•
i, 'iWARRANTED BY AFFIDAVIt,
'''A PERMANENT CURE FORI
': . RHEUMATISM AND NEURAL6!3
This Vegetable' remedy Is the preseription
eminent Pnitadelphia Phystelan and
JOSEPH P. FITLEE; whvissisdevoted
to Rheumatism and Neuralgia specially.
thelledical Prvei , esslon publicly announced
highest authoterty liderimatle complain
testimony.) it Is pleasant and agreeable to t
and warranted free from minerals and
drags. , ts a scientific prepamtion;arnedi
°poly; and warranted 'under solemn Oath a
nent.barless, positive cure for inflammatory
taallWhinnic Rheumatism. Rheumatism.
mall'inuof Riatie3 l4 ., Neuralgia in the Read,
eta in the.;_lsody.•Nervoris. Headache. and If
diseases.. .Sold by Druggists at $1 60 per bott
bottles 37 . 511. Medical advice. without chars.
by fetter. All orders sent by Express °Wee
delivers' Depot. N 0.26 South Fourth St., Phi
April 1& 76--ld
•
rwADpitoWIS NEW -MAP
or vont sirrtutscrrc ones.
• "
-This Map le the lateit published of tha'Antl
Coll Hellions of Pennsylvania. II differs in
respects frornother maps published, because
91Nprreatluts end alto a represontattoo of tb
oso=11: together with the location or all them
In tbe Anthracite (*l Bodo4s.it.o6late•
t
In In e ior aw
- • ' • /
Do . Aso. -
Do. • , do - dlesectod.... •
Thoselstpodled form esettit
et roe aboest_ 'deem: 11Por Wear,
it BA bletzps Bookstore. Pot
EMI
E=3
IHAZZA.RD
1:1-1Iti
PRICES.
13
707
ISTAEET,
AND
Hai
Flannel N,
BEE=
1p
EMI
' CE CO
HE.
D 191
I , ' 4'0.,
lEEE
=lOll
life
sins in= .
I already
lyt
rula
tours of
Is nrnp
Ides Ott
, :13 pre-
pre. lan
4v» ...Itwo
tt;1,11 pre—
otit
1 to this ,
qi errlue
6121Zi12
MEM
rEza
1~
cnt,
edam
Priolll
-5-AarblUatt
HARDWARE
( 6. toN
p 44)
poN N:4,011.s
• ,ci A sv atnts
.1e
~LASS etc
Jan. . 70-1
'ERN t 'LBWS t 180111 &MX BUL ,
At - MYER & Serttr3l - 13, Centre Street.
CALL AT MYEB — Art - amm*4 ;••
-New Hardirarde Store c 'No, 251 Centel; SL.. buy
etteap_Oanien Rakes. SpadeNBborels, Corn and Gar
den Hoes of all ltinde, • .. )., •
SCALES! SCALES !-1 SCALES
Of all kinds, and the beat in the market, at
MYER & scaumw, Agents. No. 51 Centre Strevt;: , .
Pottrt-1177)
Ratko.
T—
-0 MAIVIIIPAOTOBEILS AND MIENS - OF
Steam tniginec, .tc.. In Schuylkill County—
TAKE NOTICE. that have sold . to ALLISON itt
•BANNAN,of Port Otroon, art interest in my PATENT
STEAM PlrITOl.4. and• tutve given them the euttre
control of it in sald County. with power to collectull
moneys due or to become due thereof for the manu
facture and use of the Same. DAVID CLARK.
Jinzletott, ra., Jan. 1. `6B—lit • • 0
MHE CO-FAUTNEREIHIP heratoroierstirig
1 under the firm name of Wk.ll.D, MAGI, CO.,
in New York and rhiladelphlsr, and 'W ELI ,
WIN do CO.. in Boston. Is this day dissolved' L• mu
tual consent. The accounts of the old , ttrut will be
whtled up_and the business continue d by the new
nrm of WELD, & CO. • •
.
M; WELP, EDWARD SHERWIN,
U. W. NAGLE, HENRY A, RICE, JR.
, •
TEE lINDEIiSIGNED have this dat.formed a
CO-PAILT.I 4 .4:ItHIIIY for the purocfse of earrY- .
Ing on a General Wholesale Shipping anil-Vou nits-.
aion tvoal Business, under. the etyle of WELT),
'
RICE & CO.; at
. t ... 4153,4 Walnut At_ Phin. , s.. , - •
-
M OTICE.—.
, - 111 lug beta
and Albert li. Eckel,
of Owen, Long - dr. Co., is hereby dissolved by inuluul
consent. The accounts of the old firm will Is set
tled up, and theiirnsluet.s.contlnued by the uew 11:in
.
of OWen, Eckel. °Aker & Co.
GEOP.OE I'.OW EN, ;
• CRARLEs
ALIIIIIMI3. EiCk,Y.,ll.:. •
EZZI
. •
• George r. Owen, of Tremontz : Albert I. Eckeland
Ileary• - t 2,". Colket, or Pb iltulelphia: - and Charlis,
Long, of Donald u, have associated tinder the firm
name of :OwynlekelColket .k. Co:, for the xit rpos -
of Mining awl hipping Coalfrom the. Corket and
-West End Lorberry - CoMerle:l,4m a.froin-t he Eureka
:Colliery, on the Lyketur ValleV.Vetus ut Donaldson.
'Schuylkill County Pa.. , . .
' Wilms. : .No. l',:.3Merchants' ExChange, Philadel
phia, Pa. Tremont, Schuylkill Count,llPa..
OFORGE - 111 , 5,, OWEN.
. .. . ALBEAVVP. ECKEL, '
...
- - - 1.1 KKR? C. COMET,
4•• . • ' .. :,.CtrAItLEIA LQNO.• ' -
• Pniz..inkt.ente,'Noy, 15t,1870'..‘ . Nov.Z.--.IS-Ot..
.
Psintss garbs.
11 , 41.8AX8 138.0 EB,
- !Apr, ENGLNEEI s tS,
Mining Engineering, ColUery:Maps for Inspector's
Office, Railroad Locution and Construction, Topo-_
gruplihnd Surveya Wd all other , proferodminl work
executed promptly, anti on reasOnable terms. -
ontee-4 vntreS,treet, Pottsville: -. Jan, '7O-1
FRANK .43.11.117E1t,._
• ENGIN.F.E . II, SURVEYOU
•
and BEAT.
• . • Oftlee—:lllvcr Terrace, Y ttim rtle , pa:
July 9. , . .
H ENRY I'LL'ABA.NTS
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER;
Surveyx and Inspect; Collierit.v, ond ex:trot:A Min
end Lands. i Ornex—Bannan's
Jim I, :1.4;) ' CetitrerAL, o pposl te Episcopal Church
X Tll.Xer EJ3.. p. 811E.A.F.E.R.
CEVIL,A_ND 3iIN. ING ENGINEER,
PO CENTRE ST•REET, POTTSVII.LE,.PA
Survey% bands, -Mum,7i4)eclat at•
ten t 1012 gtVen to developing • and an - pertending
Coaleatatea. . ' July. a. '7O-1t4.1*4- . Lf,-. •
CTRAUCH & COCHRAN, ervir, rind Mixt - No'
.-3E.Noircerzn.A, and llnArriirrsm.EN, 1.55 Centro St.,
Jan '704-ly - rottsvllle; up stairs.)
1 INE INSPECTOR.--LuF.t). ItOWN ofrem-ii is+
1.• services as Mine Inspector and to Iteport .on
capacity and value of nil ties ; also to 'gel'
lands on i'a. • '
• 5_
July Ln, :*l-4ft al
•
1 e-V 811EAVER, rorrivif.Lf:, PA., •
to or the Pommy Icauin state lfeologieni Sur•
vey„ captures lands, mine+, he. •• - Jan t, 'fo-1
3RLII I,
CJILtISNIAN, JUSTIcE of TUE.
S Real Estate Agent, tonl• Licensed Auctioneer,
No.. I 31AITA1T.N.4) Sr.., TOTT*VIT.LE, PA.
• Special attention given to All bfisine.44 in t,lis above:
bra:wiles. Ira , / hag a large - exl - ierlenee, stif ti •n
=rind nr...nipt nes:: gonnintevel, C
sot 'cited and will reeel V• 4 immediate :MOW An
Jan. 1,
Co
I}'. KOPITBCII inform, tltd Y
publlc the h••
1111. S re.purclissc.,l
SOAP AND . CANDLE FACTORY,
corner Second and lllgh Streets. Pottsville, lately
owneddiy E. (*.NOM S Cn., whteh he Mr. Ropitsch)
established In 1.1.1 The new firm will he C. F. Kop
!tacit St Son. ai/d they will manufacture all kinds of
Soaps and Candles. T4C.i patronage of Storekeepers
and the public imgenernl iscespeet ally
July 'le-27-1
_
Practical Oiumber . and- - Gas Fitter,: •s:
31.% roNti Sri; Er, Poriiv i.t.r.
.
Ifsving been In the business-over lu ,yerirs in Phil
adelphia, gives him unusual facilities for decivitis ,
his supplies from nrst class houses. tie Particular,
attention paid to country work. ' March *X, ly_i
GEORGE MARTZ, 'ARCHITECT;
No. Ka MARKET I.STkEIST.
' Inventor of the self-dithiping cages, and of coal
lireaL:ens half the usual height, saving thereby a
great • amain t of tither . In' a large brearr....,the.'
bea.liiiMping cages arc for slopes ,and slieftit.-141111
tiT without door to ear, and with water appaftinS
atineheAl to dispense with pampa. ft self-duttipsone
or two stories. - and hoist:, one, two or three catsl-at
ihr same time.
The advert ker will plan..4upertotenit or eohtenet
to build entli cry. Improvement.. of All tnil4. • '
• Mardi s'. 70 ly
•__• . . _
L. F. WHITNEY, •
•
I : 3ANKER..
latt St.,, Pott<trillr, .Pa
trAtrrt IS"''
440 . 1.1) A7gn SUL\Aclir
FORFIUN EXCHANG.E,
UtirTED'STATES. AND OTHER BONDS
.. .. ' : 1 able smell of burnt' fat auconirdinying the op ,
MONEY RECEIVED OX DEE'OSIT—IXTEREV . — r i,. ration. rt i
allowed an per speehtl agreernept. tiless .'oil . w . ish to waste it. A
. of
HTOCKS and BoNrkiolought and soid,at the New 1 large equare cat pork . LjA , best,l think...with
To.r.k . and Phllruielphiti iloardi of Brokers at til . j the rind on • skim it lightly over the.gt•hbik.
nunal Corunali , slor.
Jna I, '73 . though . , and - when through trim . off the Ordld- .
looking part, and it will do many times. I
never turn a eake.over twice, and don't kt it
get cooked through beNre -I, turn it. '1 1, .1.
the cakes under co'rer nuickly;. steaMing re
minute is the .eap of perfeetiali,-but see .11 taf",
the lid-does not bear on them heavily." -
~
roots,_ slJors, .11 . .. '
T M.POIiTA T.
~ . • .
. ... ,
.•• . .
' i .•
, - THE NEM: YI)RX
.-.1300T & SHOE EINIP:SI - CIUM
. -
Is now in full operntinit, and the .attention or thn
ladies of rottnvl he L 4 etzpeehllily luvlteel to the large
stud: !tow in store and arrivingdally
of nll.-l-lte finest
class of goods. suitable for ladies' Wear, and adapte=d
to thin market." Mr. trine- Mot made it speciality Of
this branch - of bunt ties. and gives- his part lenia! at'_
tent ion to securing the s host line of •,-I . l.os'' - ivea.r 1 , 1' , e.i
brought to the city.- • .•
Every attention will be paid- to custorneri; and it
• cordial Inv Hat iOII,I* extended to all. - - t ,
- ' -I - lE.NEI CRIME. '
Pctolfer Z. 'rt.l . 43-1 y
.
_.- - •
-
.J . '. Watiftb.. . . ;,...,
, -
AVA IC T ED.-.i . PORTVAIORSE POWER: 'EN
tI (.11'N E. I...tate -full particulars. What, kind of ,
isliiers.a. ,. . Address.
WA!. E...WAVNE, Millwright,
. ifcc. 17,':6--%11-St I • - • L . -._-...„ • Ilazieton,l'a. .
TiNi`ORMATION WANTED of one EDWAItio
k 3.I I I:LEK into of Petaluma, California, Who left
there on the 13th of July, 18:0, for the purpose of vis
iting a sister, reAditig in Pottsville. 'hut since then
has not been beard of .tnyinfortnation at allot the
a love named ' perhon - pelt with DANIEL D. MORE
TON, or JUAN M. IitiLLEIL will be - thankfully re
eeived. r -•--. - Dec. 17. '7O-.5.1.-fit
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For-Pontoons, notillot Forte*,
_Merl Works,
Limn Kilas,_topolo rurnaces. BL OCKS nod
"TILES, tor Bhut Mimosa; Glut Worts,
, tesklat Iron Wortik. Baiter% croons. Omar .1 '
:•";. j• t L s i , p iZ •.Bt londreie Heater
- iin d nottee
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ofovay •
irtre Ow', Kaolin, Piro Sand. Etre tn Balk
;ori ir.ok rearteld . •
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rerth Amberr ,14. ?Nor Web' -
ball, 11 .*; Aprli MI, 10-1747
Mi=iiiiiii
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"Omer.
IMIN
WORSE vs. STEAM PO WEIL
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I wish , tomake a few ran arks on thi: ew i • •- •
Munitmtion..,efliorsee L. Emery hi 1 .,,, -
journal..7fle - starts out with 'the tt ,,,,,.. it ',: t r , -
that- "the power Of a horse is nearly of ivitt.. l
one-third mere than a Steam -horse it(sult,- ' •
ite-,'one of the Mott incorrect statenient.: r
ever saw printed in th •. eolumnSertheit*,,- x _
TRY GENTLEMAN. -I be had said o tht. -„ •
steam horse- power. i nearly or quii..
.-4; . 4 . •
third more.than the . power of a ho t i e, ... i.,
would have been verY nearly vorre t t, , ,'
he;had said a. six-ho i rse.;ingine' wa.,'.., - i,,: i ir
equivalent to the Ponder of eight litrr . si. - , - I
_,k •
beenof _whiit.-•-he did say, he tvoiti,t hat,•' T.'" - •
been lunch 'carer theiliath. ' 4 • ' . 1 ..
.ili this m m.'ghborlieed are usetl - 1 , grt .,,, 1 .
k)
many eight ud ten-horse povver.thrt,ll!l-:
machines, at d also machines driven- 4n- 1 , 1, - :,
horse power portable engines. Even t1,,i,f,,
these,.engifies are managed by pl a i n ,
1;1'111. 1 . : •
not pfaetieal engineers, the'stes to tlt 6,!-1,..i ) .,. , .
maehinei ,always • beat the ;_4l - 1-hoi=v- r 1,,, ,;
lierse ones: - .4),ne of the prtiMpal toft - ii,t.„,,,,• i •
Of the steamer's over the horsepower., i. t i,i.,,,, , .
the :former thresh more, in gt .iiay : .„,,, rv . r ..
working. in a threshing machine is (.01, 1 ,1. :
Oed the haidest work.-lie itor,e;, do di.e, t i' z ' ' -
'the:year. 2any 'farmers . prt , f,•it j„ . bi n , 4
steamer to thresh for'them, mo t e. „ I , „ i .,,, (01 ,..
:of saving their horses thaii ou iteeount ,
the greater speed of the stellate: l r. fri l ,: rt , : :
here with horse power maehitihs i- th - ut - t• , •
farmer finds half the liontes,and the thr,..l„ r . •
half. Nearly every' far*r •has ;ix 116 Ne, ;,,"
his own, tut he•prefers .to have theta:•st a - % ,:
lir stable and he limi • .4.tel for the 5it:1, 111 ,. 0 .
linden of - Working '-thsari Wll
l , 1 &.4,,. 1 ...
stable
powe 3_
rs , re used, the farnitie, , if lie li:001),- 1 .:-
sv ilrgenemlly• - prOpose hi - tutn Isli •ti t I d il.„ „; ..,
Strength. - •To ;Ili eight-ItiOe iiiat.l4.. L,.
will put six horses in triblitnitil to tar `,,,,i .- ,
er's four, making ten; and , to a t, t i , .),,, i„ .
. thresher lie Will increase -the nnis.t - i• •,„
twelve,just to make • easier work it
, 1 1, m.
I also wish to : state that . our ]'tors late Li,:
700 pound stock, buC . weight freni 114. 1
~.
'I ,alit poundi each. Even wi IA t his a, it; ,t.
al'strength, if the' horse power can t t11.141:1i, ,
:steamer—that is, if a ten-liorse• power ~,...• .
chine driven hy iwelVe horses e;10,,,1. 1,
surpass), the tenthorso steam 1•o -,s,
culled doing - remarkably Will.
' Now let us refer to a work on Azriti c,1, , ,1 u ,. ; :
Machinery, by J.J. Thomas; called -,,..1.4,,
lan - dements and 'Machinery," ii:l4 itt: - ::, .
steani -horse ppWer.:i4:;:l.,(ltst pitutok4,...r..,;T ; -,
one,=foot high per minute or
. sixty . o-i , 1,4 i,.,.
perbour; or 125 pound, three miles 1 1 .. i:. h. t i •
what:is the same thing. prnpelleil 011.4 i;Ltlt•-: •
. per hour. • - ,- . I
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1 . Mr:Thonias ekpre: ,, ses it 1.4) poun,l-1, at - tll., •
And - a-half miles per hour, but it.wq ,[;,v-r l „ -
' on. the - sante page - he says: . '"flie fon,. ~;
,: draught . .ts-= est Minted . •at Shu'nt's:: A,taii,4,.,"'
Thhys considerably less than. the - Itor,e L ,-.V...
.er Used ilteStimitting Pit; force of inacl.kim iv; *:-
*blit. it-is as - much as an ordinary hob-o Alta
exitet without ':being •imiiroperly„fatiewi - ..
with- continued setvite.";. - .' ' : -
, On .paige - g5 he Saysa luirW ly - ts'erting : ; '
'. : _force •of 125 -pit'untis, can .draw e-ti t'llt• li . -1`
hard-earth total one - and a-hillitons. Let
-Os Stippoe wee - Lave a pair, of horses tinliti.l ; ..
a. .above. They would. hate ti) draw' alit,,a
of three toni
's,:ncluding Wagotimtlite r - filtk,i'
three miles op hour to ctruat two sfeamsitca,,..
powers. - . , .. : '.) - ''. -, , • . ,
- 1 "-ittPPosIng . thii , •*agOn iveiglnid 1 ,-"Otit_ii.S.:
: , -there would
_te a- load of two tons' i fitrd 5 , ! . ., '
pounds; or . pplivaletit to eighty Mishels ~:' ,
-wheat besides. :I)6es any intelligent Tit I'M ._
suppose two can-draw eighty bush, I. ~,
of. wheat three - Miles an houron the.. 14.-:( ~tit ;
road that ever was trave,letl,• and 1i, , ,p ,:it %,,,.
it teultours every iloy:' 3,onopciit„ ; !..,,i ,!;,.„,
or ctorn besides the wagoti, ts enosidt;rut : ',
good.two-anise load in this neighbotht%,,l ii.
the' - sumnioikand fall, on Itaxtl, levd, r...., - ,....
and' three miles an hour-is .rapid I,Ye , ftlii
with
,titeli•a-ifiail..l - 1 . kr, -
,tittppose -tliOtheitscs are'plowinWNtiud.. al, '•
walking two-miles kilt-tour: to (-9111:11-tw,,, :
horse pltwer ilt• - stetini ingit:i 4 e, I fat
.- 11,t, ,
exert a force tit',...V ~1)Out ds cavil, or t, 5.,• ; , r
bitted tom.. of : . 75 i):. ! tuls. F. , w .p.,p,y0 4 ,;1.- ~ a .
so heavy a dranglit as that, and n et I rot,-,...:
ploWing the hardtk• work, t ct-pt fin i-i. ii, :
that my horses.do, and two nil it'•••.:11; ), ,- ,h. - -
fist .walking when . plowing_ „.. :.
Pant Willing to admit Shat more po‘i'e: , -. 2: •
'be got out of a horse in nu - ..etitilH ei.;,u .
power than in a sWeer, poWitr, but. it - t.
laird - work for the' horse. • .Ma.ke :I lea., .L 7 .
the wurk - 41 f a ..t.-nilit horse, and lie N% i ' n
.liClit . for 'little els - e than to run. iii-:-_:( tloii,
horSe-power, and -not very - 1011z' tit i ., :r ttp::
either., _ _ . . . ~ -
'That there is r.tilel._ luioe bi. Mr., Fittor ••
rentarks About the engine lxiing ("..1 it., I;, .
except v. - hew:it a 'particular kind ofi : tvor;;.,
and that horses have work' nearly , till . ilk
year round, I admit. - I - Will Oren s'ay-flaitl,..r::,
that tit the very time of-the year whir i - I' ,
most wish to run ,ntaeltinery, viz.., 'I ht. at i a,-
ter, .our Horses liaN""e - h!ast to do on tly. , 'f:oni.
and if not einployed, at running sure L.,'•
elkinerY,.l ll. 4 will he doing mallih , .l.. ,lout ii
tiny perseit. undertake to (ive in,. , •iliu• k ry• 1...
horse pm•Ver; let 10111,1 beside- - , 4lii::: that
every t.nx- and journal ii; well :. - t - iled, toad
. ex'ery eog-to_vered with ' seft p.i'va-e, 11:Lvy•v.m.
4..„x . trt.. , , , ,i of Tower... 11it...11 ten horses to lo :
: . •
eight-horse threshers, eight horst.st t yit -i\-
hone feed Mill i 4-c.,. fie.-- 'Then Id , 1-,,,r5,--
ivill be..tit for spring work when. sp•tift .
CU Vleti. and not reituire aithiituer'sres't i, , ri.- ,
cover' from their *win ier'sivo - rk.•---liarrt' ,, ...
'O., Oirro sponib fie ' e lif f ' ..otiiirell b"nth 1,4,, , . .
Br eI:NV I; - KEs.--.--Few dislike t
pancake, if - p'ropt made. - - My- expel k ,
iteaches that - not_milny understand thr- in
expensive 'delicacy, for ,delleace it
friend who taught me how to inalccAitte - :
commenced her)esson'With—
"Not any yeast-made pancakes
. - for.
They are good enough, perhapsi, bat t:ait";
compare with a golden-hued, buttermill
buckwheat pancake. - See: I: -take a (I;tr
of buttermilk without a drop or water 111 it,
Didn't rinse down: my churn? : NCt..-1
scraped the butter down with asp.:P. tt•
keep it rich, you know: , INTAV• 1 put-a
spoonful of tt:tmla atfd,one"ofsalf; theit 1 dip
fiv_tr handfuls of .flotir,:Lso big..und then -ti;
tillri;sll., and floating - en • If you keep Stir--
ring iiiil4dding now a little flour and thea:.
little molt milk, ":riu Will find your dowzil
stringy and cAsffiktouilil r All kinds of Fist ry
that are tvquiti 3 d tip be ;tender-and delii;at •
must Manipulated as little as possible. '
"Don't think of setting- the table durint:
the-Alteration of frying. I Have all that done
first, and ha-rely get a good start beforet.you
ring the bell! it'ou needLnot have a disagree
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T W. CA.XEi'.7I3., Aito 1-EN liT AT L.tw,
j.. oaleo. U: ST..- fwer I::tii Ilan & 11th... -,
Boot: store. -Pottsvi Ile. I . 'w. ' „June V 4, '79- Lt .- I %
•
~R.Ii.R.BY C. DOR...4Abt. , ATI - on - Nix AT LA T. :
• N0..1.55 Ci.ntre St., a few deer% bilcmi Epi,e!fi.
Church.; pottsvitle. . I - April LI; Ju-1.7-1:.
C,
F.- SZELTIE Axton:Ns - El! AT LAW, • • • :,
4 31alufstreet, Slienandcali. f'•
Jan 15,.'711-41=Sly . I I '
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-HENRY C. , •.'" , tliEAFit,, l ATTORNEY AT (..%.‘k
Oflicei 153 Cvntre rotbsv •
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-GEo. ATTor....: EY AT: 1
• Pottsville, It. *Jake( NO. 179 Ventre St., Sz , •;'
Opposite liiiner.:ll.3llk.' ;`I April :1, 1 .9 - 11 — I:
JARESIE. CANTVEELL,ATTORNP:T Air
• /31. 'oUth SIXTH Street s Pialladetpl)lH. •
Jan 1, ' 1 ; , • •
'tATILLIAM. B. warm.
Vo..l , q,C''ntre St.,
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DANIEL D. Diiaar,AN, ATtORNEY
p AT, L
i'ultyvtlle. Pia Cnnte, lionlnno s ucw Centre St.. Pottsville. Jan I.
.1\ LITE= ATTOILNEY'AT-1-V,'`
Onice. No. br.l.eent re Street,' IN Ny I I le w ra.
Iclaims promptly collected._ Octol,Or
• fIEORGE ( tfAiiiihns,(l.ate t ('lndlit:Tr• •
I %-,7 burg t)ATTOHNE,V-AT-LAW, I
tee St_ i2ti ace,) l'ottmvillb. Pa. Nov.
RA SAY
„ I POTTS. Arroit's Ey: Al' 1,.1 N% •
Odle', torn..r of Cent.-e and Itlar,ket tar ,
Pa. Col led long promptly tdiendet'i A• •
I:esuiNitti2ertrutit.:l l_,_
coLL ' ciforn
cHiIIsToPHER •
LAn - and NoT.-iny
Seta
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THOM. ADDISON'. 11
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To-
COAL DEALERS.' GA.S
AM ..
The tinden;ltrned having, sucecca.s.l Yo. t •
ren td ;.he - sole insChnOtem re of Focht's
'Patent
• SELF -Dr3iFiNG •
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.• ' -SC.‘5O P. TICCKEte ,, ,
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.IRON 111.0 CR'S,
_ nekinllng i , arn
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Also, fn the niannfactuta ,
' CARS,:'
AND
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•,•-• IRON -
Are prepared to fill all orders 4. Witti nmluPtne" t"" l
dispatch. • 1
NOTTCE.-131Rinf the tulle miners of atio,,Palent
- Right for the self-Dumping, s dug. Heoon Bucket
and Dock Illoek,.we cant ion all pe roa ms against
faetnrlna or purchasing the same. from- any except
ourselves or our agyritA, as we will proaeetire
the utmost limit any infringement on the'Letter , .
Patent, Respectfully,
AppisoN a WAR.tI7.4"T, Ftemll4, r.7., - -
- •Februnry 6, '69
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14.16.151G1NG. BASKETS. PLOWER BAS-
ItETsWAND' PLOWElES.—noqueb; and
Cut Flowers Au' sale. and Baskets titled wI W. Plan
at Ourzxwoon .NtrhAnaii (Influx the *lnter, solo -
Camelia). are now In bloom. - Dee. 17. '7lll— d sl-1t
sztovELSI suovraz sgtivELB 111, •
• • • zsciwitsta: 311-kv*Acit at's.
• Tbe subscribetbarirctantrionced tbe manufacture
of SIIOVIiL4 of ittl tends and' sircs.such as Coal,
*Mud, Otinn, and Railroad. at. Bt.. grim
County and beg teats to Sullen *share of patronage.
Orders bx i mall or 1014.44 the fse ler7, er irltb JefiePli
Vnweur_rottsvii*Wlll be proarCptly attended to.
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