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Pottsville Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1849, Pottsville, PennsylvaniaA the meters journal and Pottsville general advertiser. Term of of lei miners dollars per annul pay a Able Semi annually to Advance to those who reside n the county and an amp Oaly m Daranee to to nose Olio reside out of the county. The publisher reserves to himself the right to Baige 63 50 per annul. When payment s delayed longer than one year. To clubs. Three copies to one address 9 00 i seven do a do 10 00 fifteen do do 80 00 fire dollars in Darante will pay for three yes r s sub ser Piton to the Joarnt. A rates of advertising. One 8auare of ii lines 2 times every subsequent insertion fear lines 1 time subsequent insertions each one Square 3 months f. Six months. T of year Bui Neil cards of fire lines per anal Tom merchants others advertising by the tear with the privilege of inserting Dif Ferent advertisements weekly. Larger advertisements s s per agreement. A amp a i #300 5 00 0 00 300 13 00 Volney b. Palmer at is real Eft ats a a Coal agencies ,. Corner of third a Cheout streets Philadelphia of .160, Nassau Street new York a a no. 10, state Street Boston an Southeast Corner of Baltimore a Calvert streets Baltimore to our agent for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for the miners journal. Athe circulation of the miners journal la greater a Iha any other paper published la Northern Pennsylva a la and has nearly double the circulation of any other a published in Schuylkill also circulates largely among capitalist manufacturer Iron and cos dealers Atlantic and Eastern states. The Southern movement. The egress of Jobo c. Cal Homo. M which he recounts the Quot a remian a of the North though it has Herd adopted Baa created very utile get Iota too and the Presa Ere disco sing its Mertta Frith calmness and consideration. This conspiracy against the Union for fro Ean Call it nothing else is the work of so there Loco focus almost entirely a there being Only two whig Emend the whole 48 who signed it. We stale this to show the people who Are the Friend of the Union. The whig upon this As on All other occasions Bava acted with the patriotism worthy the whig of �?T76. It Woald be Well for the people at this time when the Public mind is not agitated with Ezit ing questions to Ponder Well opon this subject and draw their own conclusion. This evident of the attachment of the whig party to the Union is each that it cannot easily be mistaken. But this is not the first occasion on which whig patriotism has saved the Union Frog the four of Southern demagogues. We All recollect the action of this tame Calhoun upon a former occasion when a Serif of rupture was threatened and How h at Cut stepped Forward and interposed his Compromise thereby stilling the troubled Waters and allaying the fears of Bis fellow citizens. Sach is whig patriotism whig poli icy and so Long As there remain Whige in the land to coat Meracl the pestilential info once of lot Cofo Chism the Union is Safe. Lehigh scrip. An Effort is now making to prevent the Lehigh Coal company from toning scrip with a View of passing it off a a circulating medium. It is nothing mom or lest than a grand speculating scheme to put Money in their pocket at the expense of the Community. But if its effects were confined to that Region alone we should not have noticed it. It has a distinctive effect upon the whole Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Trade when the Market is overstocked and reduce lbs Price below he a Aal a oat. For instance they Issue this scrip to loan4iotdef� end agree to take it in payment for Coal this scrip b sold at 30 Par cent below Par so that in a too of Coal at the Market Price of $5 is purchased by the Holder of the 8erip at $4, and hence the Price of All the Coal is affected in a similar manner. The Bond bolder looses the 30 per cent and the company pockets it. Companies it appears May set thus with if an individual we guilty of such conduct he would he pronounced a swindler. It la a subject worthy of the serious consideration of the legislature. Single a copies of tile miners journal Ean be obtained every saturday of William old 6now, miners Vitle or. Moore fort Carbon at the Corner of Centro and Market streets Pottsville and at the counter of tho office. Fire Jie tit a a life Insu rants Agency. A Tbs subscriber is agent for fire health nod life insurance. Any information on either of the different branches can be obtained at the office of the Minen journal where insurances arc effected. B. Bannan. Miners journal. Saturday morning feb 10. The protective policy of the country the people demand its restoration i go the whigs of this state will bold a state convention on the 16th of August next at Harrisburg for the purpose of nominating a candidate for cans commissioner. Homestead exemption. The Bill introduced into the sonata of this 8tate, by Cape. W. F. Small exempting homesteads whose yearly rectal does not exceed $300 a from seizure it attracting the attention of the press of the state. With tho principle of such a Bill we can Fine no fault Ere favourably disposed to its passage. The amount it proposes to a exempt to entirely too urge. A property the yearly value of which is $300, would be Worth at least $5000�?a sum entirely too Largo to be exempted. No Man who is possessed of property Worth $5000, can be called poor and to exempt to much a that would have a deleterious influence. The utmost care should be observed in framing a Bill of �?~4bis kind to that it cannot to misconstrued. With the principle of such a Bill we repeat we can find no fault. The principle is a humane one and in other slates where it has been tried it has been found to produce much Good. The object of this project is to protect the wife and child of the unfortunate Man and provide for them to protect the toiling the Labouring masses from the evils 9tbat poverty is heir to. It would make the Homestead As in All eases it ought to be inviolate. But under existing Laws All in Tases of failure is swept by the Board and the. Indigent wife and helpless child Are compelled in Many cases to seek a Home the beat Way they can. Under existing Laws the creditor has the Power to drive the insolvent debtor and family from his Home a around whose firesides in Daj Sof Prosperity they a had been accustomed to gather a Home endeared Quot by the recollections of the Pait and to which the heart is bound. Instead of driving tho wife and family penniless to seek shelter and support in a cold and uncharitable world we would under the proposed Law if properly enacted and carried a out see them remain and their happiness would wot be destroyed by the ill Success of the Bead of the family. And it is proper that jibe misfortunes of the husband should not be visited upon the wife and family. The principle is a holy one and in an age when Laws Are enacted to alleviate a the condition of ail classes favouring none we Hope to ice this Bill in a modified form and properly guarded become a Law showing to a Tore generations the generous impulses by which. Our legislators Are moved. The Only difficulty in the Way of this Bill is the amount to be exempted. In Iowa the amount Quot exempted is $500, a reasonable sum. Such a Law of coarse would be prospective affecting no obligations for the past assuring to the unfortunate c Bright career for in future. Tub treaty. Quite an animated discussion took place in the House of representatives on the 3d inst., upon a Resolution offered by or. Stephens of ga., calling upon the president for information in regard to the mexican treaty of peace in which it is said there exist some provisions of Bieh when the Senate ratified the treaty owing to the duplicity of Polk a had. No knowledge and which it is highly probable will impair the whole treaty. When the Senate of the uni de states was revising the treaty and making the amendments it thought proper to make our commissioners in conference with the mexican told him that Hose amendments were a Mere matter of form and they even went to far As to sign a protocol to that effect and this too by he authority of the president it is highly probable that bad had the proper interpretation of the articles suppressed and inserted they would not have ratified this treat and these commissioners backed by a democratic president obtained the signature of the mexican commissioner through there Aro some to the House who try o screen the president from All charges of the kind they have been most signally rebuked. A Hili and sch. Haven r. R. Company. Basking sinking fund. To the hous of representative in the 3d most or. Debt read a Bill emitted Quot an to authorise the business of banking and creating a sink log fond for the gradual extinction of the 8tale debt this set u Imilsi in it provision to the new York banking system comprising the beat features of that Law. The system of banking has claimed the attention of Many Able men and among those who have lately Given their open too As to the Best features of banking is or. Fillmore who is decidedly of the opinion that free banking when properly guarded and based upon United slates and state 8lock As Security is the most preferable. There Are Many advocates of the system in this Sute who would like to see the plan adopted. This would also create a sinking fond for the liquidation of the state debt. We noticed few weeks ago that or. Evans of Chester had introduced a Bill of a similar character As relates to the latter. By incorporating a certain portion of or. Bill into the one now proposed and adopting the suggestions Given in or. ,in regard to the collection of exes amp a we might have a basis upon which to place the sinking fund the clause in relation to tho substitution of a tax of 50 Eta. Upon those who Are subject to the militia Law we think objectionable of the people desire the abolition of the Law and have no wish to be reminded of this Moat odious Law yearly by Ibe tap o the tax collector. The creation of a evoking fund under the present embarrassed late of our finances is a Cona Matiun devoutly to be wished and we Hope this will not be lost eight of. Of St., Valentine a Day la near at hand a there will to doubt be a great time among the lads and has of our town. To tie Are not Quot behind the age Quot in Inch matters and the sweat Beart and Beau doubtless will take advantage of the occasion to Trania to the ones they esteems Token of regard. All the Young folks and sometimes old maid and Bachelor a Are doomed to receive a a broadside though harmless in its consequence. The origin of St. Valentine Day is no doubt a mystery to some of our Reader we therefore give the following which will partly explain from the pen of , whose erudition and profound knowledge of ancient English custom have him acro tinted with Thia Sung Quot St. Valentine waa s priest of Rome it was the custom in that ancient Eity to celebrate the Lap Realia Winch were feast in honer of Juno. On this occasion amidst variety of names of Young women were deposited in a vase from which they were drawn by the Mien As Chance directed who by every mean endeavoured to eradicate the vestiges of Pagan superstition tub muted. In the present instance the names of particular saints a Stead of those of the women and As the festival of the Lupercalia had commenced about the Middle of february they chose St. Valentine s Day for Ceta Brnich the new feast and accordingly the outline of the ancient ceremony waa preserved it is therefore reasonable to a oppose that the above practice of choosing mates would gradually herome reciprocal in the sex a life insurance. The importance of life insurance a a every Day becoming More Manifest and if any argument or inducement were needed to convince people of the a importance nay the ditty of securing the Comfort a of their families when their own life is Over we should think that it Woald be found in the repeated instances of sudden death by which Ibe most useful Active and promising Persona Are Atuck Down in the midst of their career leaving desolate hearts to the barrenness of a world Charity. The advertisements of several Cem Panisea having agencies in Pottsville will be found in our columns. A a. Any information on this subject can be obtained at Thia office on the subject where insurance can he effected at the lowest rates. Health insurance is also attracting attention to our cities. In Boston several companies Are doing a very profitable business and a company has recently been chartered and organised in Philadelphia which is doing a Good business. By is Biog a Small annual Eum they can secure a weekly allowance of from $2 to $10 per week in Case of sickness which prevents them from following their usual occupation. Those whose inclination do not draw them to or who wish to avoid the incidental expenses of beneficial societies Ean Avail themselves tit Boath insurance by calling at a his office where the terms amp a can a examined. Gal companies. Quot we a observe a number of applications for Coal companies Beds a legislature. We Hope a our mercy a will master a solemn protest against the incorporation within the limits of this. County. They Era a nuisance wherever located with special privileges not enjoyed by All engaged in the Trade and we Hope the Wisdom of the legis Lara re will defeat All such Pion its or pass a a general of Loeo reparation for manufacturing purposes to which there can be no objection As it will place All of our citizens on an equal footing. To Confer special privilege on any set of men to carry on easiness within tho reach of individual Enterprise is unjust unequal and the legislature that would Grant them shows that it i not imbued with Correct principles of Justice. P teachers salaries. The importance of allowing adequate salaries to the teachers in Oor Public school a is very strongly urged a we have raid in the annual report of the superintendent and it is also a Taiming attention in other states. Id Pennsylvania the average to $17 36 for mates and $10 05 for Fet Naicy per month. In Massachusetts Mala feathers get $32 46 per month on the average and female $13 co and a fill Why Are regarded As much too a pwn. We have received the 20th annual a Epolit of this company and clean from it the following the tonnage of the Road for 1848, was 609,350 05 ions being to increase Over the former year of 25739 tons. The amount received for tolls and anti be Power was $144123 79 Els. The whole tonnage of the Road from the opening has been 4,345,199 15 tons. The company Bare 9 locomotives of Ibe larger class for transporting Coal amp of a Small engine for a passenger train a which runs daily Between 8chuylkil Haven Minersville and Trcy moot. The company Are making the necessary arrangements to change a portion of the location of the Road so As to avoid the Short and dangerous Curva which exist at present. Some of the grades have also been lessened and rendered More uniform. The company decline accepting at present the Law passed at last session authorizing them to Creaso their capital and extend the Road from Coal Castle to the town of 8hamokin because the rates to be charged for Tolla and motive Power to which they Are limited in said Bill their present experience satisfies them is not sufficient to authorize tho expenditure and also because the state of the Money Market is soc that the necessary sum required about $1.100,000 cannot be raised and under no circumstances could it be obtained Ondr the provisions of the in question. The company however caused a Survey of the route to Shamokin to be during last year by Solomon w. Roberts Esq. This report is accompanied by a map of the route and is appended to the report of the mine Hill and Schuylkill Haven company. A i from iii report we make the following extract Quot the distance from the present Terminas of your Rose to the at Ashland is i3j mile by our route and 1 estimate the Cost of the Road for this distance completed with a double track of heavy Edge rails and with the requisite machinery at the inclined planet at $566.000. This includes the crossing of that formidable Barrier the Broad Mountain and would advantageously open the Mahanoy Coal Field at Ashland. From the Point of commencement near Coal Castle to Shamokin the distance a 25 4-10 Miles and i estimate the Cost of completing that connection at $t,040,000. The distance from sanitary to Philadelphia by this route will be 144 Miles. Considering the great importance of the line i think that it should be graded and bridged for a double track by laying Down a single track for a part of the distance in the first instance redaction May be to the Firat outlay of $9500 for each mile of double track omitted. To Complete ready for ase a Good double track con Keetion Between Coal Castle and both Shamokin and Ashland May fairly be estimated at eleven Hondred .�?�. The Engineer state that he adoption of the plane would be the Best plan at present for the Mere accommodation of the Coal Trade Abd other traffic of the Coal Region As wooo a the Road should be extended North and West for a general thoroughfare the Platos Cao be avoided by extending its length about 7 Miles around the base of Seitzinger Mountain with no heavier Grade than Aro encountered on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad which Bave proved to be no serious obstacle to the passage of locomotives. The same has again been introduced into the legislature by parties interested in its completion with Home amendments we a re authorised o state that the mine Hill and Schuylkill have Railroad company has no Arney in its introduction nor Are they advocating or opposing its passage should an set be passed with such provisions which would warrant the raising of the Money the May be induced to accept it and comply with the anxious desire of their fellow citizen in opening a communication with the sur Zoehanna. The of last session was not introduced into the legislature by this company nor we it advocated by them. They however Felt it a duty they owed to the Public to have the route investigated and at considerable expense procured the service of Solomon w. Roberts Esq. In experienced Engineer with several a a sir Tanto to make the necessary exploration of the route from whose report an extract to inserted above. This report shows be entire feasibility of the route it satisfied the company that the rates of toll which this authorised them to charge were inadequate to compensate for the heavy expenditure which would be required to construct the Road and to carry the Trade of the Region North of the Broad Mountain Over an ascending Grade to the Summit. Officers for 1849�?president�?John c. Cres son. I a a a manager a James Dundee Wra. Richardson Adam Everly Samuel Mason John liven Tey Edward Lowber Jeremiah Hacker Joseph Cree Aon Mordecia l. Dawson Jacob of Ewing Secretary and treasurer Samuel mean North Branch canal. Vigorous efforts Are now making for he completion of this canal to the new York line by the state bout one million would finish it and make the whole line profitable on which tho state hat already spent Over to millions. A Large meeting of the citizens of the Northern counties of this state favourable to the completion of Thia Coqui was held at Tunkhannock on the 29ib a a at which Hon. Or. Jessup presided assisted by a number of vice presidents. A committee appointed for be purpose reported a series of re solutions urging the completion of the work and stating the benefits which would result from the final completion of the work. The people of the North seem determined to be understood in this matter. Newspaper postage. In the Senate of the United state or. Cam Eron offered an amendment to Ibe Post office Bill which hat been under the Dis Ossion providing that newspaper shall circulate free of postage within a Circle of 30 Miles from the office of publication. This a a Good move and if successful Mast redound to the Benefit of the people. The people have become tired of paying a tax upon their local 08wppere. Or. Cameron a a prac tics Printer knows the wants of the people upon Thia Subj tit and we Hope he will use his indolence to secure the passage of a Law whose resale would be so beneficial to the Community at arg. General Taylor. Gen. Taylor a now on his Way to Washington City where be expect to arrive on the 20tb in a on leaving Baton Rouge for the citizens of that place assembled to birth general Adieu. The Gen. Was addressed on the part of the citizens of Baton Rouge by a gentleman appointed for the occasion to which be replied to touching manner bidding them Farewell and wishing them Hep pipes Prosperity and Long life hit address is said to have been delivered Onu Suil feeling. A Otal Niros. By a German saving fund association a is to get tide of a society recently sorted ini this Borough. The object d the association is to accumulate Money upon a eafe and sore plan1. All a who become members pay one Dollar for a share and if be desire they can take several shares at in additional Cost. A monthly contribution of 9 is paid poo each Abare. This Money is loaned to those who pay the highest Prem Tom upon Good Security. Q Thi Amlaner Motiey will Sceora Aaroin Sucha Way that those who take one Abare at the expiration of 6 or 7 years will realize8?00 for the a mall amount Bey pay in. If they have More than one Shire of coarse tho proceeds will be larger still. E5 court House subscription six the several Ward a meeting held on tuesday evening last reported the following subscription to wit 1 North West Ward per last report. North East Ward. Per last report sooth Ward per last report 8181 00 7003 20 --$7,181 20 9160 00 2970 553,130 55 $2027 75 4337 60 6,360 35 total. #16,675 10 Jno. Clayton Secretary. Jbf in Are pleased to learn that there is Home probability Oor Borough will be lit of with . Several gentlemen visited our Borough a few Days state. And submitted a pro peal to Oor town Council which if acceded to hey will probably undertake Ibe Eree Uoo of the works. This will be a very desirable improvement and we in common with Oor citizens rejoice at be Prospect of its tsp the a Buckeye . Joho ,�? be famous stomp speaker of 40and 44�? paid a flying visit to our to Roob a few Days go. He received a Hearty Welcome from Bia Friend who in former years were delighted with his eloquence. He is engaged in the Daguerreotype business and in the coarse of a few weeks will visit pot Uville for the purpose of following his profess too. A a Gold Digger s Scab Bishpo. A correspondent of the Honolulu Sandwich islands Friend who was out surveying in the Gold Region and a rent like the rest of them to gather the Root of Alt a Vil gives his experience As follows a i found digging Gold by do Meins the enchanting employment Many might dream it to be a Malter of fact Back aching wearisome work a most nearly resembling for All the world a the heavy toil of a Multi Tada of paddies excavating a canal or Mill race. The climate of the Gold Region from april to october is dry with a doodles atmosphere and cod eight a the Middle of the Day being wans especially at the diggings nearest the Plato while at the store was of Coons obliged to Tom mountaineers sleep under the Blue canopy Orp Artof Tea time to a tent and take care of my Domestic Eon Derosas Bast could. Life to the mountains with plenty to ear and a Good to Petife produced by Bard work for Aaice is not to Repol Tive a thing As one Only a bottomed to in door existence might suppose. For variety Sake it will do for o time for my part Gold digging is a Hutar i do not fancy although it Paya pretty Wall and you Ara Ante of getting your pay to hand the moment the work is done. 8till, i would rather be at my old business with one third the profits of Thia. Some who recently went up the Sacramento River came Back a week afterwards Well stored with fever and ague if not with Gold. Many who came Wilt make Dhem Selvea pick and perhaps make Tubeo Velvea poorer than every if they do not make a Shipwreck of Good morals and die. Fike some already As the fool diet to revelling and drunkenness. If any. Mao is doing a tolerable Bobinets at the islands let him stick to it. He will ten chances to one to better off in the end. Ejan honest gentlemen Reading a paper in an Albany hotel on wednesday morning was Sce sled by a Little Balf asked girl who asked him for a Penny. He a sided her half a Dol Art mistake. The girl went of it was absent a few minutes and returned with 49 cent which she banded the astonished Man saying Quot Here is Yoor change the gentleman immediately took measures to have the Little innocent clothed and provided for. S Joo. Dober or. J sheriff a Sale of beat estate of or. It u Levari facial returnable to jas.8. March tens lamp be. No. S5. The subscriber appointed an auditor by to court of co Moon Pleis or Schuylkill county to Dis Tribuz the monies out of the sheriffs sate aforesaid to and aloof be lieu creditors entitled thereto. Hereby Gires notice that he in attendance at his office to the to Roob of Orrin Barf. On tuesday the 57th Day of february inst at 10 Osc Tocken the Forenoon to make distribution where to euro creditors May attend. Cha les Wjitman. Orwigsburg feb. 10. 7-St Pottsville markets. Corrected week for the journal. Wheat flour bbl. #5 50 Bye do do 4 50 wheat Bush. Bye do. Corn do Oats do potatoes do Timothy heed Clorer do i 10 75 156 to 45 4 00 450 did Pei eyes Pard do do on Par d. Dry apples porn a. Eggs do. Butter la. Bacon Flam. Niay too plaster. 3 00 i 75 75 16 16 10 10 15 of 600 married. On the Slit Alt.,by the Rev. To. G. Monnig or. Jow g. Are. Tombs Maui let Becis both of Branch township on the s8th Ottn by the tame or. Jacobu. Hon Tomissa Asousa i font both of Uewel Lyo. On the 30th que by the same or. Urban co Abb tombs Sosa Beso both of Llewellyn. On not or Day evening nov. 30, 1648, at the Pennsylvania Hall by the Rev. Or. Misleh. Or. D ii. Lutz of Mifflin co., to list May Mats of Schuylkill co. Up Snow Sleigh ing a again we have a to Eibing. To the beginning of the week we were favored with another fall of Snow which has elegant Sleigh ing and the merry Jingle of the Bells As they pass along the Street is indicative that pretty Good use in of the Snow despite the hard times. Well go it while you can i exp burial of a John Hays a Young Man who had served during a portion of the mexican War. In Capi. Nagle s company died in this Borough last week. His remain were interred on a Iordan to their final resting place by capt Nugie a and others of the on Paar attired in the uniforms which they wore while in Mexico. Tsp adjourned court.�court assembled at Orwigsburg. Pursuant to adjournment on monday last. Little business waa Dono. By agreement of t Wonsel tho cases Scro continued and the court notified the jury that their services would not be required.1 re cot. Smith.Joseph 8mitb, of this Borough has been appointed Ait Aid to his excellent. By gov. Johnston with the rink of lieutenant col once. By the postmaster general has established a Post office at Trento it a this county and has appointed John b. A Eibach. P. M. Lie has entered opon the duties of his office. 3t Gen. Tom thumb.we understand that Rhia condensed specimen of human greatness intends visiting Coitsville shortly. A Ith upwards of six thousand persons Bare Eft life Bifid Wlch Island Fot a amp a be offs. Gold in by Aryl and within a Short time past says the Baltimore american a Veio of Gold has been accidentally discovered in Montgomery county on the farm of or. Samuel Elliott situated on Holland River at a Branch of the a Tuxen about Bulf e mile Distant from the Village of Brookville. It is found to exist in e mass of fint Rock the outcropping of which shows its if above the surface of be ground., fragments of the Rock which have been Brokett off contain Yir Ible evidences of the presence of Gold and its actual existence is placed beyond a doubt by the sex amp mint ion of a fragment transmitted to the boiled states mint. We learn that a company Ere in treaty for the Purchase of the farm with a View to the working of the Veio in mine Aud should it be concluded we shall doubtless soon hear More of it. The Pope. new York proposed inviting the Pope to the United states. The new York Freeman s journal which is said to be the Organ of Bishop Hughes contains the following singular Ediete on the subject. We should suppose that the Bishop possessed too much Good sense to approve of such an article although it does appear in a paper supported too under Bis supervision it must have been published without his authority to it contains e very Evere reflection upon e Large body of the of this country a a the Zilb or i the touching pastoral of Bishop Isginn in another column will be found a allusion to the Asylum that his holiness might find in the Republic of be United states. This is All very Well As a poetic hypothesis As a proposition however it maket our blood thrill with horror. No sooner than the consecrated foot of the vicar of Christ should Bear him to a soil where More than half of the Public press would insult him. Stud More than half the remainder exhaust themselves in efforts to make political capital out of him sooner than to should come to a land where Range than one half the Catholic of the etiquette that to distinguishes even Ibe poorest peasantry Ofa Catholia land would gape at him with their hat on. Or Ait in. Bis presence with their heels to the air we would exclaim with the cards of France a a rather we will go to Yooy our eras oar weath. Our fives Are at your be vice yes. We love Vou far More than we love our country or oar Homes j we Are ready at e Sigo from Yoa to Chase out those robber from the Patrimony of St. Peter end to reestablish Yoor throne in the Vatican . Holy a not Effi Ici our Cai Holtwi hearts by seeing Yoa in a bad Bieh is so on worthy1 of Rea and which is so Little advanced a the race of the Christian civil Xaivion to know How to receive Yoa become ugly. Soc would be the land Gorge that we would address to the love reito pontiff. But we shall Havo no Opportunity to of there Are too Many nations baptised by the a Faureck who vie with each other to do Honor to the Popery afford of the necessity of meeting him on three of the Bachelor editor of the Newtown journal is getting mightily scared at the Bill which we stated eos time ago was before the legislators in regard to taxing bae Belora take it woolly Friend submit Yoo most and the tax should the big become a Law most be paid unless Yon should be so fortunate to take onto yourself e partner. Them in no Uso in grooming a strange Oase. Of Kamuf tvs identity a a sea and a Brot Ivr. A singular ease Bas occurred in Bangor me., which shows absolute and entire deception of a whole family neighbors and schoolmates is to the identity of a person after a few jeers absence. A Young Man named Luther Haase 30 years of age imposed himself poo the family of j Mes Haase Elt a of Cor inns by claiming to be the Long lost son and in that character obtained Money and goods to the amount of about one Hundred dollars the ease a reported at length in the Bangor of monday last the main facts of interest we have abridged into Ibe following notice Tobeson of James Haase was named Rowland sad be Baj been absent on a whaling voyage when some neighbors of or. Haute saw Luther Hanse in Bangor and accosted him As Rowland. But the Young Man informed them of their mistake and avowed real name. They did not believe him end informed or James Haase that they bad seen his son. Or. Hause went immediately to Bangor to find him a Ras unsuccessful in his search end left a neighbor authorized to bring him Home. The Jitter found lather end on inviting him to go borne Luther accepted the invitation. When be reached the Bouse be addressed or. End mrs. Shute As father and mrs. Hose had some doubts at first As the color of the eyes end hair of lather were entirely different from that of her son. She referred to Leevera scars her son had. Luther a owed a sear on Bis knee one on Bis breast one on Hie neck and an overlapping toe All of which Rowland bad. He remained at their House some five.month�, end the longer be stayed the More they were satisfied he was their ton. Or. Hause stated he believed Bim to be Bis son just As much As be believed Bis wife to is his wife. Many Domestic circumstances were related by the Young Mao which they supposed could Only have been known to their Lori which the a imposter had probably derived from themselves to the relation of family matters and afterwards brought Forward As a confirmation of identity. Several of the neighbors of or. Haute took this Young Man to be Rowland Hause. who bad been schoolmates with Rowland talked with lather about past times and became convinced that be was Rowland Haase. At last a or Dow came to Corintia saw Luther and said that be knew this Young Man and his name was Luther Hause and no mistake and that he belonged in Troy. Another person recognised him As Luther Hause and said that he had lived by him 17 year. James haole then began to doubt the fact of Luther Hause being his son and in order to Settle the dispute existing in the family end the Community As to Bis ideality a warrant waa issued by Volney a. 8prague, Esq., against Luther for obtaining goods under false pretences a he bad got a watch and several other articles while remaining at or. Hause he was arrested and examined or. 8eth haole of Troy was summoned and appeared at the trial and there teen Gired the prisoner As Hie son during the trial there was great excitement and about 400 per on were present. End apparently the Mast of them in favor of Luther belie. Ving him to be Rowland. The Lastiee sustained the warrant. Upon the trial the counsel for the prison i contended that Hause and his family had deceived the Young Mao instead of Bia deceiving them that when he was first Hen in Bangor he stated distinctly that Bis name Wea Luther Haure a that they dragged him to Corinna and forced him to say to Bis name was Jamas Rowland Hose there wee no pretence that he Wea nay one else than Luther Hause and a James haute if be had opened Quot his eyes to the tight around him might Bare known that be was lather Hose. The judge charged very strongly against the prisoner the Jory after being oat a very few Mux. Ates came into court with a verdict of guilty to amp a is a singular a Case of the kind As has probably Ever been known. Or. James haute is represented to be an intelligent Man a Lastiee of the peace and a Mao of property. It enema strange that Sueb to imposition could a practice upon a family of the intelligence they Ara said to pot Serej 1/ycase of conscience. A petition has been presented to the new York legislature by. Foreigner for leave to bold real estate without assuming the right of eiifeeosfaip.his reason for this application is that he cannot become a Eithea whilst slavery is tolerated in this country and tha mails ran on sunday a bad Batter go blk we Binl wet it Cam Frog. Deaths. It West Chester on the evening of the 31st nit at i ices boarding school bus Jamie pates sb., hit be 83d year of Bia age. It in this Borough on tuesday evening last very suddenly of consumption at the residence of doctor Housel. Where be was on a visit Jons r. Lewis son of or. David d. Lewis of Naveo in the 83d year of Bis age. In this Borough on Friday last of Small pox or. Joan Hays m the21th year of Bia age. It safety fond association a meet air 1ng of the mechanics safety fund association will be held at Joseph Kline a a new Boit Ding below the american House on wednesday evening a feb. 14, at 7 of clock to adopt a Constitution and Bye Laws. Electing officers and to receive the first monthly instalment of 8 oct it punctual attendance is re Quested. The pre notarian literary 80cie to will meet at usual on next wednesday even ing feb 4tb, in slight rry Snail. The question a Are the sexes equal in Point of intellect 1�?� wll be did. Cussed by the Viz affirmative messes. A Mlih Neville. Kouts and Griscom negative a messes. Dupuy Kempton Walker and Whitney. The Public generally and he ladies particularly Are invited to attend. Time a if meeting 7f of clock. A we. P. Koutz Secretary. Beligio is notices. The protestant episcopal Church the following Resolution Bas been passed by the vestry of Trinity Church pot Uville. Retell to that to consideration of the sums contributed and to be contributed As donations to the erection and furnishing of the Church edifice the vestry do hereby al apart and a appropriate. Fifty eight be w8, which shall be and remain res for Alt persons who May desire to worship to the Church. These pews Are located As follows in toe Centre ai8le, North Side. No. Ill 119, 187, 135, 143. 151 159. 8outb Side no. 118, 130. 138, 136. 144. 158, 160. In the North aisle. North Side no. 1,7,13,19,85, 31, 37, 43, 51, 53 54, 55. South Side. No. 8, 8. 14. 80. �6, 32, 38, 44, 50, 52. In the Soutth aisle. South Side. No. 56,57,58,60,74,60,86,93,93. 104.110. North Side. No. 59, 67, 73, 79, 65, 91, 97, 103, 109. Divin e sir vice is held in the Church every sunday. Me Mug service commences a. 101 of clock. Afternoon service Emir Bencea at 4 of clock. And even ing service on the first sunday of every month. Jet Trinity Cne Ren cemetery at mount laurel.the vestry of Trinity Church Potts Ville Are now ready to sell burial tots and Graves in that targe and Beautiful plot of ground near the Junction of Market Street and the Mooers Volle Road which they have lately enclosed and Laid out for cemetery. Application Tot lots or single Graves May be to Andrew Russel Esq.,1 treasurer of the chords at whose office Street e plan of the Cerne Tery can be seen or Edward Owen Parry Esq. Centre Street. Notices. Boy wasted a wanted a boy to carry the u. S. Mail daily 8nndays excepted on the Schuylkill Valley Railroad from Pott Carbon to Blythe and Back. None need apply Uniesee they can bring a recommendation from a. Bolton Post Maats at port Carbon. A 8. 8tilbs, agent a Pottsville Feblow t-1�o_fnrjhe_conuactgr_ Totice a in the court of common i pleas of Schuylkill county. Notice la hereby Given that the account of Geo. Kummel committee of Susannah boy n Law arte has been filed and will be presented on the first Day of tha next March term . Feb 10 7-3t Taos. Mills prot Houtary. To the voters of the n. W. Ward of Pottsville in i am a candidate for the office of Constable on the i6thday of this month Andl will thank inv friends for their support. Some May i Ana too Good a Man s others afraid it will rain me. If elected t fcb reminds me of reme years ago there was a gentleman pot n question to n these words Quot How Long will Supert too exist the reply was Quot As Long As Ign Orasen prevails 1 if men can govern themselves Are they fit to do business for others 7 1 know no. 1, a feb to 7-Lt�l Isaac w. Ausil notice the 8ur8crjber having Pur crashed at constables Sale the Folio Wing Angeles seized end taken in execution As the property of Jacob Ellenbaum outre Moat Scio Alkul county vis 8 Black horses and 8 setts of harness i Waggon and Waggon body which the subscriber Loans to the said Jacob Ellenbaum of Tremont aforesaid during Bis pleasure. Benry Eckel. Feb. 10,7-� n big Stern a notice a notice is Herb Xiv by Given that the executors administrators and guardians Berean after named have filed their re spectre accounts of administration of the following estates in the Register s office of 8choylkill county which accounts have been allowed by the Register and will be presented to the judges of the orphans court on monday the 12ib Day of March next at 10 of clock in the Forenoon for confirmation Aud allow Antea when end where All persons interested May attend if they think proper a 1st. The account of Benjamin Delong and Jacob Eiler executors of the tast will and testament of Nenry >vil-Dennnth,.late of Schuylkill Haven deceased. 3d. The a count of Samuel Fet Beroldi guardian of Catharine Fetherolf a minor of upper Macfann Tobago township. 3d. The account of Andrew ii. Wilson adm Nistra lor of the estate of John Thompson of the Borough of Potts Illey deceased. 4th. The account of Andrew Brown administrator or the estate of Andrew Ibe Borough of poit a ille deceased. 5tb. The account of John Kerri Long and Nenry Kemerly Lnor. Executors of the last will and testament of Henry Kemerling Otway Are township deceased. 6ib. T7�e account of auditors of William Zehner sex eco Toro the last will and testament of David Zebner of West Penn township deceased. Daniel Kaeb Reb Register. Orwlgs-1 Bury. Jan.87, a., p., 1949 f feb3-6 ssignee�?Tsnotice.notice 18 Here by Given that Samuel t. 8keen, tinsmith of the Borough of Pottsville Bas an assignment of air his real estate to the subscriber for the Benefit of by creditors Alt persons having . Skeen. Wid present them to the subscriber. R. Woodside feb3-6 Assignee. Potts vote Public i1usband. Chis. Grimshaw left me with a Youmg child without any Jost cause. 1 hereby caution All persons Dot to Harbor him and also to be on their Galaid Ashe will probably pats himself off As a single Man. Maria grim3haw, feh3-6-tfj Schuylkill Haven. Notice a proposals Fob hauling cars. A sealed proposals addressed tote undersigned at Potts Vine will be received until tha Jirel Day of March 1849, at noon for hauling is the Quot yellow Cara upon the landings at port Carbon and Schuylkill Haven during the year 1649. The proposals must stats a fund pries fer Sach leaded car hauled inf the empty cars to he returned by Rife contractor to the Side Ings without charge. The accounts for hauling will be aborted at the end ofe Aeb month and payment thereof be in Cash Vii than ten Days fhe Taftsr. At Pori Carbon separate proposals Wilroe received for the hauling by locomotives and by horses. At Schuylkill Haven bore goofy can be employed. A e. G. Harris agent a a. L. T. Jan 87 3-5tj _ i Troat Persona a now Gnu the5iaelve3 Nile Neil id Ibe Enlace of William Williams late of is. Flair dec Gaaei Are re us std to come Forward and make payment on or Befu the the first of april ensuring otherwise the accounts will be place Din the hands Ofa magistrate for collection. Jan 87 5-6t Margaret Williams adm no. up pay up All pub ii sons indebted to the undersigned Are hereby re wanted. Cards. Sufi Quot Pathic medical office. 1. No a. A. Ammus a Ifni health i insurance of Philadelphia or Prensa a a against the expense and Tost oct Riensi by sickness or Accident. Company incorporated march8,1648, Mutual with a capital of #100,009. Insures All persons be tween the Ages of 16 and 65, allowance of #3 #4, #5,66,g9 or #10 per week for one two three or five years by paying a Certa in yearly Sam. Thus person under thirty five insuring for one ear by paying #4 a year to allowed #3 per week for 5 35, #4 pet week and in the same proportion one of a like age by paying #6 55 a be for get #5 per week for 90, #6, #11 80. #9 and for 614 85 he get #10 for every week of disability occasioned by sic Kaeks eve jut Sun a a a Accident during the year. By paying a fraction More Corner of 3d and Market St. Opposite Thompson shall. I yearly a weekly allowance can he insured of from 61 a to 610 for two three or five years the rates Are to be paid yearly in Advance to Dorelin proportion to the ate and the weekly allowance. Id ease of permanent disability occurring after an in surence for say five Pottsville a. Bai Dunca Cor. Of Clio Hlll us 3d 81. Or Polto ii Primalto method lit cd nth. Fen 37. -48. 3-1 j Edward ,. Big Babb on Wood. A no. Sol Walnut Street. Pec33 -48-5t-tm� Philadelphia. J d. Btx&redlt-h.general a Engejr. F kit of Bent a a. Foet38-d4-#y is. It of a a a. A a a Centre Street Fott Adellle. Schuylkill county. A. It for tho a ale and parch Are or heal Kreate col we. B. Wells attorney at Law. Hon Brittle Schuylkill Coyoty. Octu-43 do. Dpgowa3, attorney at id a Market Street id the room formerly Oceo pled by j. K. Hant Llo a. Cottrey Analoy and scr Venlo at leaded to. A potutllle.8epi9.�?~�8-37 t Law Philadelphia will attend id collections and another Leyal Banner. In tho Cit of Philadelphia adjoining Countie. And elsewhere. Office no. 13 prone St reel Philadelphia. _ its in s. Ilia. 66 a a Fuster dealers in boots end shoes leather and shoe findings Centre Street Potts fsepti8 1617._ lost and found. Fovad on ti1e a the nit. Email Eom of Money. The loser can ree Elre the Eeme by proving property apply to Rich and Jenkins my Verstille Street Fotta Yine. Feb. 10 7 Iron. My Sale.Railroad Iron for v about 800 tons of Flat bar 3 by i Inch. The above Iron has been used on a Road Ana will be old. Of reasonable terms. Apply to we. H Gatzner phtisja., or. Janso 4�imo it we. He Knight Bordentown. Chains for min subscribers have Fust received from the ship Elizabeth and i Inch Best test English chains Erflg sly for mines and for Sale. Apply to. A t. Ask George aprit33 it a 17 Market and i8th8tieets.phnada rain Road Ebony a the subscribers have now Liverpool,5 tons ran Road Iron la. 5 tons al x 1,16 tons Fez 11,5 tons i also 80 tons Best refined Iron consist Fiat bars. Apply to t. A e. George North East Corner of Market and i3th Street jail Road Iron 80 ton8 six Flat bar Railroad Iron a 50 do lii do do do 8 do 3 1 a do do Dowit spikes. 15 do i a a do to do 1 and plates for Saleby a. A g. Ralston 4 soatbfrontst.,Phi Ada. Phflada., july ii 1846. �?�_28 Juniata boiler Iron. Dec tons sorted boiler Iron nos. 3, 4 and 5 of of widlhsof26t62,and36incbeaand random Lengle a. To g. Ralston. 11.184v 33�? 4. South front St Philada. Bi#acksmith1ng, turning and finish tng.the subscriber respectfully announces that he Baa above business at the enter of Mauch Crank sad Coal streets Pottsville. A. And will be Happy to receive orders John Warner n. , Oil ends Aud Oil globes of band and for Sale. J sly 23, a -1v Quested to come Forward and Settle i her accounts. To or rent a the Lamb Are now about removing oar a torn nor Makrez Wui oreo on that it first of april. . Which Wilt Refl lira us to d u. in of Fin new har Inera arrangements Bieh will require us to discontinue As Well As urge the prompt payment Oft be same Thomas Foster a co. Jan. 87, 1849. A of notice to teacheos.the Board of 8eboo directors of the Borough of Pottsville. Hereby give notice to teachers that they will receive applications until wednesday feb. 89 1649, or five male and nine female teachers. By order of the Board. A Jan 87, 5-5tj John s. C. Martin Sec y. a a w will be received by the subscriber for building 40 Drift a jars. Shop room and materials furnished by Ibe subscriber. We. Payne. Jan 97, 5-Ifl Heksch Orvllle. _ tv19s�lution of u the heretofore existing under the firm of Geo Miller a Rich is this Day Mutual consent. Ati person having claims against the firm Are requested to present them for settlement immediately. Geo. Miller his witness. Geo. X Rich John Leary. Mark Jan. 6, 1819. I 8-6t navigation cars a the Schuylkill navigation company having some time since tui sni All their Railroad cars com to Melv known As he a a yellow cars to Fleury a Corbit chaises s. Wood and Edward t. Randolph esqrs.4� Trust for certain purposes and Possession having now been Given to Ihler agent Edward g. Harris who will keep these care in repair and run them for account of the trustees. Notice is hereby Given that and Taima for labor or materials hereafter rare shed to these cars Mutt be presented for settlement to Edward g. Harris agent for the trustees Elwood morri8, dec. 8-48-49-�y resident Engineer 8. N. For Sale amp to let. Valuable Wood land Fop 8q9a a res of Wood land Whin 3 Miles of tre Moni f Mike of the Swatara Railroad and 4 Miles of West Branch Road with Good water Power. Saw Mill a. On the premises. Thu property bus a Large Quantity of prep Ansill Timber and near the heal Market in the county. A also the Coal right under the Tremont tract of 70 acres. On this is a Coal vein opened and a Small slope sunk 30 Yards Leeoin the Best of red Ash Cool. Also a double two Story Frame House la the town of Trento it. Rent for 6 30 per annul. Arso a number of town Lois in the town of 7>emost. Apply to mokr19 a Fisher Zebio 7-Jtj or al. B. Fi9fter, Morris addition. Fat a Bent a a new Well finished three Story Frame dwelling with a Bay tent Story 33 by 39 feet All in Good condition and located in the Central part of the town of port Carbon on Coal Street Possession will be Given on the first of april. For Forther particulars duly to the subscriber month Epremi yes. Ifelo 7-4t Thomas Daggett. A ears at a weekly allowance of 6l0,a person would be i the yearly receipt of #530 a year for the entire Flea Jere. There Are no weekly or monthly assessments to pay or attendance of meeting required and by the Charier the insured receive a share of the net profits without liability for Tossca. There is ample Security for the insured a can be shown and promptness and liberality is exercised Iobe payment of benefits. For parti a Colare inquire at the Omee. No. 69 South above Walnut wait letter must be Post paid. Directors Samuel d. Onkka Iron merchant no. 109 North a. Ler Street. A a Calvin Blythe attorney and counsellor Slot below Tarket Street. A a. Charles b. Had wholesale commission Marc boat 34 Church . William f. Boone attorney and counsellor 51 Booth seventh St. Jacob Snyder jr., wine merchant no.75 Walnut at. John Thomason tinsmith 65 a 8ixtb-St Daniel c. Lockwood tag collector Cherry Street near Schuylkill seventh Street j v James Bruner wholesale Wool dealer no. 6 widow Street. A Edward Duff merchant no. 39 n. Wharves. Edward j. Crans. Clerk. No. 338 8. Fifth Street. Charles Hayes Coal merchant Charles o. A Campbell. Iron merchant race Street. Samuel d. Orr1ck president. W. F. Boons Secretary and solicitor. Overn Oremen Quot. Suiting physician. _. _ governor Emerson m.d., 167 in sinus con Tilting physician. 11 o the subscriber has been appointed agent for this institution in Schuylkill is prepare a give any information on these beet and effect inst. A a a he a 1. A a ired to _. At Oran Cei on the terms of the the office of the miners journal. A1 b. Bannan. June 84. 1849. / t s6-ly Spring Coardes Mutual. In8ii. A ranch co. This company Bavon organized according to tha provisions Fua charter a now prepared to make insurances against loss by fire on combined with the Security of a joint Stock the advantage of ibis system is that efficient Security a afforded at the lowest my that the business Ean be done for As the whole profits less an interest not to exceed 6 per cent. Petan Numoto the capital Willibe returned to the members of the institution without tie in been Ming responsible for any Oft be engagements or liabilities Oft be company Finhert Baa tha premiums actually paid. I a the great so eeness which this system has met with wherever it bos been introduced in dates the directors to request the attention of the Public to it confident that re requires Bart to be understood to be appreciated. The aet explanation in regard , May be obtained by applying at the Sofita Northwest Corner of 6th and to edits. Ref b. Ban Nan Potts he. Lawrence 8 n us ter press to. L. Krumbqaal8ecreury.directors George w. Ash in. D. Albright d. Woelpper Bent. Davis a. Thomason the subscriber has Bee i appointed agent for the above mentioned Institute a and is prepared to effect insurances on All descriptions of property at the lower ates. Fehss�?T46-9 f o. Bannan. The Girardine Assurance annuity and thus r company of phila0 30 0 9 4 40 1 69 50 1 96 60 4 35 a a person a by paying be company Taos. It. Powers ii. D. Jjo Ore thou. Scattergood John d. It nested Jacob alter. A m Ake insurance in Livest Grant anubis Sand endowments and ree ehrs Andese tute trusts. Rotes for i amiss #100 a a single life. Tor i year. A a a for7 a years. Aana atly. 0 95. 1 36 1 83 s 09 4 i fer life annually. I 77 936 980 460 7 00 Pottsville february 10, 1849. Posses 7-8t for 9ale-Dank Stock Fob tue runs crier administrator with the Wui annexed of Edward Huntzinger late of the Bronsh of Haven deceased will expose top Blie talc on tuesday the 13th Day of february a. 1849, at 3 of clock in the afternoon at the inure of Samuel Beard innkeeper in the Borough of 8eboylkili Haven two Hundred shares of Stock in the Farmers Bank of scan Tikili county in portions to Suu purchasers. Jacob Hammer. January 80. 1849. .__4-41 a it a Sale.colliery property for p Sale.the subscriber offers at private Sale the following property Viz one 60 horse engine with 450 feet of nine Inch Pomps in first rate working order. One 30 horse engine with 840 feet of nine Inch Pomps with winding gearing All rom plate in Good working order. A one 30 horse engine fur hoisting Coal from mines in Good working order. One 10 horse breaking engine with rollers Shaft. Ing screens schutes end All the fixtures necessary to doa bassinets of Loo tons a week. Alro 50 Large Railroad cars with heavy chilled wheels and three Inch axes these Cara Are Well suited for any of our surrounding roads where horse Power is used. The above engines were All manufactured by Hay. Wood a Snyder and Are considered among the very Best Ever a by said parties. Jan. 13, 3-tf Geo. Ii. Potts. De 30 years next by Rob Day ,. _ 31, would secure to his family or heirs #100, shot rid he did in one Yea i or for #13 10 be secure to there #1009 or for 6 3 00 Anua ally for 7 years Bese Curos to them #<600 should he die in7 years or for#2 60 paid annually daring life be provides for them 61000 whenever be Dies for #6550 they would receive 600 should be die in one year i i i Jah Civ 30,1845. The managers of this company at a meeting held on the 37th december Ati., agreeably to the design it referred in the original prospectus or circular of the a company appropriated a Bonos or addition to Alt poli v cues for the whole of life remaining in Force that were issued prior to the it of january 1848. Those of them therefore which were issued in tbeyearl836, Wilt be entitled to 10 per cent upon the sum insured making an addition of spoon every #1000. That is 61100, will be paid when the policy becomes a claim instead of the 6i000origlnay insured. Those policies that were issued in 1837�?, or 667 50 on every #000j and Bose issued in 1838 will be a milled to 7j #75 on every 100, and in ratable proportions Kali said policies issued prior to Lito january 18-42. A j a the Bonus will be Ere Duea a each Polley on the books endorsed on presen ration of the office. It is the design or the Coin Pany to continue to make addition or bomb to the policies for use at stated. Periods a a i b. W. Richards president. Jons f. Swes actuary. Bav been appointed agent forthe above institution and is prepared effect insurance son lives at the published rates Aud give any information desired on the subject on application at this office. A it Are held in the 3d Story of stickler s Newhall every Sabbath morning and evening at the usual hours Ray. O. A Brush of Luzerne county pastor. The Public Are respectfully invited to attend. A common cold and should be remembered that a cough is an evidence that some impurity is lodged in the lungs which if not speedily removed will so irritate these delicate organs As sooner or later to bring on inflammation of a form of disease which we All know h the High Road to consumption. Wright s Indian vegetable pills Are a most Delight fill Medicine for a a trying off a cold because they expel from the system All morbid and corrupt Humours the cause of every kind of disease in an easy Aud natural manner. Four or five of Wright s Indian vege table Phis taken every neg of on going to bed Wilt in a Shortt my move the at the same time the of festive organs will be restored to a healthy tone and the blood completely Pur fled tue great Medicine of Rax Day doctor towns esd a 8a�apakilti.this Medicine has the Peculiar Fortune of being recommended and prescribed by the most respectable physicians of the country and on y requires a trial to Brogl Tanto general use. It is put up in quart bottles and is six times cheaper than an Fother preparation. Doct. Townsend a a physician Albany n. the physicians generally in that c to prescribe u in their practice the following from some of them opinions of physicians. Or. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders from different parts of the Union this is to certify that we the undersigned physicians o the City of Albany have in numero1� cases Reserl Beddor. Townsend s Sarsaparilla and we believe it to be one of the most valuable preparations of the Sarsa Darilla in the Market. Ii. N. Ruling m. D. J. Wilson m. D. R. P. Briggs m. D. . Elmendorf. M. D. Albany april 1.1846. Or. Seymour the writer of the following. Is one of be old staud i most respectable physicians in Conoy i Hartford cd. A 71, 18 8. Or. Towirssud.dear sir Quot Townsend s Sarsaparilla Quot finds a ready Sale in Hartford is highly esteemed by Ati who have use of it end we Hava Teason to believe its Good qualities will be Dally appreciated by a discerning Public. I have daily Calls for it and Hope you Wolti be remunerated for your exertion s to Render service to the afflicted. I am sir your obedient a errant j Harvey Seymour. M. D. By the general Agency for the Sale of the Sana Patilla is a Bannano a Bookstore Pottsville where druggists and others can he at the manufacturer prices. Sale in Pottsville at John g. Browne Sotereos a Parvin Send John s. C. Martins drag stores e. j. W. Gibbs druggist Sudj. B. Falls Miner Grille c. Frailey Nenry 8$lsslcr, 8. Re. Be Tipton. And w. L. Heuler port Carrion i Paul Barr Pinegrove t j. C. C. Hughes pour Lyle. A a i sgt see advertisement in another Colhou al regular containing a Large number of certificate from Phyrl Evans and others cab be examined at a Annaus a Book. 61 per Boute or 6 bottle for 65. Beware of counterfeits.tsylsr so Taka to surfeit detect or and United states Money reporter he Best in la United states containing Fie simile of cravings of All the Gold 8hver and Copper coins in Mircu Latina with the r value attached corrected month by no merchant or dealer ought to be without it. For persons enclosing one Dollar to the subscriber will have Ute Detector bulled monthly one year to heir \iotici�.8chuylkill navigation cars la whereas the Coal cars usually known As the yellow cars Quot a have of several occasions been stolen away from the navigation landings and used to Hant coat for private purposes. Notice is hereby Given that the subscriber is determined to use All the Meaos in his Power to put a Stop to such trespasses and to punish the trespassers. Edward g. Harris dec 3.49-3mo agent for be trustees. Miscellaneous. Uncur rent Bank notes. Bought at the Philadelphia quoted rates freight added. Feb. 3, hit at the express office. N12edlk8.a very 8uper10r article of Needle which Are recommended by ail who use them. We invite the ladles to give them a trial. Always for Sale wholesale and retail feb3-61 cheap variety stores. Prints prints and frames. 500 new prints among which is an amusing print of the California Gold diggers. Also 200 frames for prints. All of which will be sold it City wholesale prices by the Hundred dozen or single at the stationer s Hall and news Emporium Centre Street three doors below Market Street. Opelan supplied at City prices at. Bannano a feb3-6l r Bookstore Newt Emporium a. On teams wrapping8trawa n d a a blasting paper wholesale and retail at City prices just received and for Sale at Bannano a Jan 87 5. Cheap paper and boofc8toro. Stamps for names together wit ii the letters and Ink just received and for sate at ,. Bannano a Jan 87 5- cheap Book and fancy stores. Accommodation for lawyers.the lawyers can procure Blank us bps amps for witnesses signed by the prothonotary by calling at Bannano a Jan 37 5- cheap books a stationary store. Tvr awing pencils drawing books u the subscriber Baa just received a lot of Bane rior drawing pencils among which Are Fabers Reeves Jacksons Cohens a. Some of which Are Pat up in Beautiful boxes assorted. Also draw Ine books for beginners. Drawing card a. All of which will be sold very Low at Bannano a Mansfi 4-. Cheap Book and variety store. At a is of californian Mitchell s 1y1 coloured maps of Attias California and Oregon together with a Book of reference Price Only 35 cents just received and for Sale at Bannano a Jan 13 3- cheap bookstores. Also books lying full descriptions of California. A newspaper files suitable for filing newspapers just received and for tale at Bannano a Decso-1 cheap variety stores. Sunday school Union books.j ust received a lot of sunday school Union Book suitable for present. Reward books for scholars. Libarle of 50 volumes 63 50. Also libraries for sunday 8chbi<is, 100 volumes for 610. Hymn books question books Clare books German and English testaments bibles Acac. All of which will a Sot do i Union Cash Gricet at Bannano a dcc3f-53 cheap bookstores. Docket diaries for 1849-op al utmost every shape and kind just received a Adf Rosaleat Bannan 8 pec33-53cheap Book and fancy store. Great Economy in kindling fires. The attention of country merchants pedlar and dealer generally and families. Is respect Fixl by invited to a composition. Called cheevebr�?~8 Patent fire kindling an Stiele much needed and in demand from Ait quarters. Fifty cents will sop ply one fire every Day for six months. It i neatly done up a package each containing 34 cake Ezieb i neatly _ _. I _ cake 10 Ine Baure one of which taking fire from Contact with a lighted match Wilt ignite charcoal Wood nod bituminous Coal and with one fourth the Ordinary Quantity of Wood or charcoal will kindle the Anthracite. It. A for base wholesale and retail to the kindling depot to. 149 Booth second Street Philadelphia by Jao. 80, 4-Lmo j. W. Gray. Razors razors manufactured by r0ger8 a son of the very Best material Chapmans celebrated strop of four sides with Patent metallic he be an Atilde of acknowledged superiority for sharpening razors and ice pig la a in in perfect order Hayle i magic adamantine powder to perform Adyt Blokin Ute for setting a keep smooth Ede a ale at Declfi-51 Bannano a Quot cheap variety store. Dander school. #yrb8sbs. P. T c. Stocch. But Dan Treib j.v1 sincere thank to the elllmn.ofpott.tih., tar the Liberal patronage which they have Bert fore bestowed upon them and beg leave to inform them that they Wilt commence a second Quarter of lessons in Dane. Fay at the Saloon of the town Hall of thursday the lath of february next., a they will give lessons in Plain dancing and Wali Xing and Alt the fashionable dance including the polka Max Ourka new 8ix figures polka two step Watt Bedoway wait a. A the Nan will be opened from 9 to 5 o clock M. For ladle and Voo tirs and for gentlemen from 8 to 10vclock,. Ljan87, 5-3t shawls Long bhawl8 of varous style and Quality. For Sale by hire a of. Beatty be. Town lots and other property for 8ale-20 town lots 50 x Iso at the Lykens Valley Coal Miles Dauphin county a. 8 houses and lots on Railroad 8t. Donaldson Schuylkill county 1 House and lot in the town of Trento it. 3 Small tracts of land one Well timbered with House upon each in Porter township about 8 mile West of Tremont. For particulars apply at the office of W. Sheared geological and mining Engineer Jan. 0.49-3-3roo Morris addition to pot Faville for Bale cheap.three thousand six Hundred feet of Good second hand Chain soluble for Coal mines. Apply at Ibe office or Haywood a Snyder deel6 so toj a Pottsville. Store for Sale in Hinesville. Of the subscriber offers for tale Bis entire Mere an dry goods groceries hardware ac., All of which is in Good order. His stand is one of the Best in miners vile with an excellent dwelling attached which. Is also for Sale. For particulars inquire at Hie store. Novi8-47-tf j. 11. Ziegenfus Minersville. Dizi. Consisting of dry goods. Wauro Salem vein for rent.the celebrated mines al Youngs landings for rent for a term of Yean. Apply to. A. R�j88el, agent \ovi8-47j_mahantongo Street Pottsville i�0 let on leases to suit applicants Alt that x tract of land belonging to the n. American Coal co. Known As the Mill Creek tract containing the following list of Coal veins Many of which a among others the peach Mountain veins having a Range of Vera mile in length Viz a Lewis spoon Barrac Leub Pearson Clarkson. 8teveuson, Little Tracey peach Mountain veins Green Parko Ravensdale vein perpendicular. Diamond and big Diamond veins along with Many others not named. A also All that tract called the Junction tract belonging to the said company containing the Salem Forrest Habb Thole Mortimer Tunnel Blaek mine c. Lawton and Alfred Lawton veins. Also a saw my and grist Mill situated on the Mill Creek , All of Bich will be rented on moderate term by applying to David Chillas age to. Pottsville. Feb. 31 39 l or Sale at private Sale Alt that o certain tract or parcel of land situated on the Broad Mountain in lower Mah Antonge township in Schuylkill county formerly Berks county in the state of Pennsylvania bounded and described As follows to wit a beginning at a marked White Oak tree thence by late vacant lands now survived to Jacob Miller North sixty five perches to a White Oak thence by late vacant land mow surveyed to George Werner West 146 Percy veto i Stone thence by late vacant land now surveyed to Leonard thick South sixty five perches to a Spanish Oak thence East 146 perches to the place of beginning containing fifty five acres and one Hundred an fifty two perches of land andal Owanee of six per cent for roads a. Jonn g. Brenner executor of f. Beads estate 69. Market St. Philada. Philadelphia flip temper 19. 1846 38 for lots to a a i town of Llewellyn apply to a. Rus8el. Jane 10 94-tf Maba tango Street. Pottsville. Groceries amp of. Cheese#5000 lbs Cholee Dalry cheese. Just received from new York and will be sold at paces to suit the Trade by wholesale or retail by nov. 85-48 _ Beatty a co plaster fish and 50 tons plaster 30 bbl Mackerel 30 Naif bbl. Do. 30 Quarter bbl do. 100 sack ground balt for Sale by a a it pottsvillefeb.81 equitable l annuity Anir Ife insurance Trust company. Ojue 74 Walnut Stre us Capitel 8350,000< a Etui a charter a. A Cebu agent county office Contr of Maha Tongo Gerboc nal Substad. Schuyl x he company Are non and second streets. Eat Olaing physician for till county. Prepared to transact business x upon the meat Liberal and advantageous terms. They arc authorized by to All and every insurance whatever kind or nature eur charter sect. 3 a to make appertaining to life Riska of and receive and execute Trust. Make endow agents. Acid co Grant and Purchase annul ties. The company sell and As trustees for us table of premiums req i annuities and endowments Lora and heirs. De for the Assurance of 6100 age. Preni. 16 i 50 for the whole term of life age if 17 1 53 33 18 1 56 33 19 1 59 34 20 j 60 35 31 i 63 a 36 33 1 66 37 33 i 69 38 34 1 73 39 25 1 76 40 26 i 85 41 27 1 69 49 38 1 04 43 39 i 90 44 30 2 04 45 the premiums Are less the policies afford greater yearly and quarterly orca Tiu to Short terms joint do ments also form Vej Are Blank Sheet Are to i office or by letter to the agent. _ trustees. President Wohn w. Claghorn. A Vlee president Peter Cullen. Robert of. Wait a Clayton b. Lamb. We. G. Alexander ale e. In Long Edw. C. Markey r. P. Loner Peter Cullen William Craig. Peter rambo George n. Diehl we. W. Haly Robert Morris Joseph t. Thomas it Ulm m. Bal 8lephen Crawford a Are by Conrad Coutu Ltulio physic Ianis Francis . Biddle 51 d. Tea sent Francis w Benjamin Bannan. Perpetual. Han any other company and advantages. Tables of half a credit Rales of pre Ives survivor ships and in application for which there i get had on application at the phila.8�pil6 48-38-1 y of pm 11 office no. 1031, u Charles n. Bancker Thomas Hart Tobias Wagner Samuel Grant Jacob r. Smith continue to a Kelnstin on every description of Rawle. H. O. Tuckett Secretary and actuary indemnity toe Franklin fire insurance company ------adelph1ia. Snut Street Bear fifth Sheet. Directors George i Richards Mordecal d. Lewis. Adolphe al borle divid 8. Brown Morris Patterson Range permanent or limited. Property in town audio entry at rates As Low As Are consistent with Security. The company have reserved a Large contingent fund which with their capita and premiums safely invested a Fibre ample Protection to the assured. 1 the assets of the company on january 1st, 1848, a published agreeable to an of Assembly were As follows Viz j i mortgages. 6890,558 65 8tocks# i 61,563 25 real estate 108,358 a cosh ac., 45,157 87 temporary. F a a a a Loans. 125,459 0061,320,097 67 since their incorporation a period of eighteen years they have paid upward of wit Liva two Hundred , losses by fire thereby affording evidence of the advantages a of Well a the ability and disposition to meet with promptness Ati liabilities Charles n. Bancker president. A Charles g. Bancker Secretary. The subscriber has been appointed agent for the above mentioned Ensti Tullson. And a a now prepared to make insurance on every i description of property at the lowest rates. Andrew Russel agent. 1 o��?~.9 ,junei9 184195 Pabio Challenge to nov. 85-48j j. M. Beat co. Blalac Boob for singing a Boeta. A in lie subscriber has always on hand the follow a log approved music books for cub Robes singing schools a. A a. A athe Psaltery a collection of Church Moalc. Carmina Sacra Toston collection of music. Boston Academy s collection or Muxie. Hickok and item mtg a evangelical music. The Southern Church Mel Odist. Quot tie harmonise published by the methodist society. Union choral Harmony. German and English. By Ether a collection of Church music German and English. All of which will be old by the dozen or single at publisher Bannano a dec 80- a cheap Book and stationary Slot i. The whole wort of chem local Boap Foi extracting grease tar Pitko Oil paint or any Obei Greasy Uby Unce Fonro Radics and gentlemen s co Telny including Silks and satins carpets table spread Mer no shawls ladies . A Reward of #95 i be paid to any person who will produce a spot Palov Green or dry that this soap will not extract 61 per Gross $1 per dozen or 13 cunts per cake. For Sal wholesale and retail at Bannano a variety store Pottsville who la sole Gehl for the county \0ti-4 arrisos�?T8 columbian Isker in gallon half gallon in Alt and Matier bottles Ais Maynard a Noyes nos Iio Gati a Thomp son a steel pen Ink. Hoover a inks. Red and Blue Ink ac., wholesale and retail. I Ink As Tow As 3 cents a a dozen wholesale at Dannang a Octu-43 cheap Bookard variety stores Davy a safety Lajnes the subscriber has just received a Supply of safety 1 lamps among which Are a few of Upton a Bob Ertan improved safety lamp which is to be the Best and safest now in use in the mines of Europe. For Sale at less prices Tafi they Ean be imported at Bannan 8 april 3 i cheap Book and variety store Book blonde by in Pottsville the subscriber Basia i employment two Book bidders and to prepared to bind re band and Manu i untre to order books of every description. Persons wishing binding done will please Send in their Book immediately to keep the hands employed. The Rales Blank and time books Toa in oat any pattern a Short notice. B. Bannan. Mays i St-1 at Bis cheap Book a stationery 8tore. N. B.a number of Ooka left to be bound Ere still establish Ucente Tome fort to and three years. to builders and arpent ers of ii subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and 1 in general that he has purchased the lumber Yard formally craned by Zinn a Wilt at Haven oppose Lienthe Farmer a Bank. Where he intends to keep constantly on Batu a full assortment of seasoned Susquehanna a lumber consisting of White and yellow Pine boards weather boards panne boards and Plank from 1 ko8 inches thick Ana door studs into i in thick 6 in. Wide. Hemlock Loica and scantling joint and Lap shingles. Plastering lath a. With a few thousand feet of seasoned Ash rank from. Ijto3inches thick ail Foiw bib be will Aeu on the most reasonable terms lie would most respect Folly invite Ati purchasers to Call ind examine for the Selvo before buying elsewhere. David d. Lewis August i3,�?T48.__ i 33-tf Tust received twist for mending bags it 8cpt30-40� or. M. Depuy in rat Street North a Nora Wilson a. A Large of la to Dies Crotchet bags an i purses. Also steal bag and Puray clasps steel ads and tassels Aud silk Brady a blot to Barbacoa dentist office in rids first door a Boon is

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