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Pottsville Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 15, 1849, Pottsville, PennsylvaniaThe miners journal and Potts ille general advertiser terms of the miners journal.-8ingle doll an per annul payable Semi annually in Advance to those who reside n the county and Annaly to Daranee to those who reside out of the county. The publisher reserves to i himself the right to Haige it 50 per annul when payment is delayed Longey than one clubs i Quot a thre Coples to one address #5 00 seven 10 00 a fifteen a 20 00 i five altars in Advance will pay for three Yesra sub eruption tothe journal. ? rates of advertising. One a Square of 14 lines 3 lems prety subsequent insertion four lines 1 time leu it Sci sent insertions each. ,3 months a. La months. One year a. By Ness cards of five lines per annul _ merchants and others advertising by the year with the privilege of inserting Dif Feren adv larger advertisements As per agreement. A ocal items. #1 on 25 25 �31� 5 00 s 00 3 00 Volney a Palmer at his reel estate and coat agencies a Quot Cornero third amp ,, Nassau 8treet, new York no. 18 of state Street Boston and South East Corner of Baltimore amp Calvert streets Baltimore is our agent fur receiving subscriptions and miners flt circulation of the miners journal is greater Han any other Jsaper published in Northern Pennsylva cd a Tad has nearly double the circulation of any other published in county Talso circulates largely among capitalists manufacturers Iron and Coal dealers throughout the Atlantic and Eastern states real ii a2hm.1fe insurance Agency a the subscriber is agent for health and life Insu Nncy. Any information on either of inc different branches can be obtained at the office of the miners journal where insurances arc effected. F a . Pottsville. Saturday september 15, 1849 i a fabrication. The following article appeared in the Raspo. Rim of thursday. A. Ate first election for delegates tinder this syr tera took place on saturday last and was conducted in Many districts with the earnestness and Zeal. Of new converts. In this Tough the contest was generally severe hut in the old n Vav Ward it was particularly so hero the advocates of capt Nagle for the Sherif Falty most unfortunately for their cause determined to test his popularity at Home and for that purpose selected a a Nagle delegates a which the a Wilson men accepted As Challenge and they accordingly selected candidates of their own every possible exertion was used on each Side a each being equally sanguine of Success but the result showing ninety votes for Wilson but fifty one for Nagle carried consternation and dismay into the ranks of the latter and in the same proportion. Gave Confidence to the friends of. The former. Whether the Nenos of. Capt Nagle will con a Ludo to withdraw him Frorup the context. After this t mortify Long display in his own Ward to cannot May though we have heard Rumora to that ivc arc desired to slate Lay persons re siding in the North West Ward that the above is a Mere fabrication and tins to foundation in truth. The contest was not Between the friends of Captain Nagle nud Esquire Wilson but was More of a contest Between two individuals for delegates All the delegates were the friends of capt. Nagle except one and the Frieda of Anglo voted for. Both tickets each one giving preference to the individuals who composed Tjie tickets. One of the voters of this word who Ras a Wilson Man but a few Days since assured us that he Kuciw of Jmst 15 persons who were going la it vote for Esq. A tvs Lou in Liat Ward and that this vote a Only be reduced considerably before the election unless 1 he Wilson received More support from the Democrat than he believed to would. Our informant a slates that overtures were male to him. By the friends of col. Straub to procure some Money to a expenses to keep hit in tie Fields with a View to defeat capt. Nagle a he refused to be a party to any thing of the kind and immediately Aba Udouch the support of Esquire Wilson. To show what a possible exertion was used on each Side Quot and what Confidence is to be placed in the statements of Ali new orium Wonc Edolly remark that the North West Ward polled 523 votes at the a arc Tina last fall and at Hie Delegate election in saturday last according to their own a feta Lemeut after a every possible exertion Quot Only votes were pulled. The Emporium advocates the election of col. 8traub As sheriff and they Are Niso ignorant i not to know that the people of a All parties have determined to elect capt. Nagle a modest unassuming Mechanic Sherit of Schuylkill county by an overwhelming majority for the services in has Reot Oro country a the pm e of trial and who is fresh from the ranks of the people a hence their anxiety to have him withdrawn from the contest and also to Cream of the impression in this county that other candidates a who will a scarcely receive a dozen votes in our Borough Wilt command a Strong vote Here. The Wisdom Aud Cunt tag of the Emporium it not Pas finding get it. In conclusion to thank the Emporium for a publishing the above article and thus giving us an Opportunity to give a Trio statement of the probable vote of on Borough. We also take this occasion to thank the various correspondents of that paper for the notice they have taken of our Humble self and the journal. Our subscription list Lias increased to rapidly within the last two. Months that we now print 1 weekly upwards of one Hundred copies of the journal More than we. Did during the exciting a Content of the lust presidential Campaign. To know of no other cause to attribute this great in. \ crease of on subscription list except the approval a of on course by Iho people and the great notoriety their correspondents and writers have Given us a a cps great performance of an c a of a informed that engine no6, running on the mine Hilland Schuylkill Haven Road Levi Hudson Engineer hauled Over that Road during the in onto of Augusi 9,909 Cara containing 21,828 tons of Coal. This is the greatest Quantity of Coal transported Over this Road by any engine in a single month and is quite an extraordinary performance fhe locomotive was built by Norris amp brother of Philadelphia using nothing but Anthracite Coal As a fuel and no repairs we re made to the engine during the month. Lecture by Bishop Potter at or. Schneider s acad tvs a on thursday afternoon last Bishop Potter arrived in this Borough and by invitation of the principal visited or. Schnei Der s Academy and in the evening delivered an address to the pupils and their parents amp a. Although taken by Surprise the address was characterized by his usual ability and was full of instruction both to the rising generation and the present actors on the stage of life. He a Welt largely upon the great and important duty of parents in enforcing discipline in the Domestic Circle and also urged them to. Exert their Aid to the teacher in enforcing it in the Halls of learning. We have not room at this late period to notice the different topic of this address so full of admonition and instruction and can Only regret Fiat it was not listened too by every Man woman and child above 10 years of age in Schuylkill county. In the course of his remarks., the Bishop stated that he bad visited the school in the afternoon and heard a number of recitations and was exceedingly gratified at the Mode of instruction pursued and parsed a High Eulogius upon Boh the teachers and the school and Corti mended it to the Community As worthy of their entire Confidence and support. We understand that a number of those who had the pleasure of listening to the address Bave asked Foi a copy of it for publication and general distribution. We Trust the Bishop will comply with the request Why is there no ibid for coal1 we find a the North american the following table Quantity of wrought Tod rail Road Iron and pig Metal which passed eastward through the Che speak arts Delaware Caos from Havre a Grace during two similar periods of be past and present year from the opening of the navigation tothe first of-8eptembor a the Coal Trade for 1849. From opening of navigation to sept 1st, 1848, . Do 1849, wrought and Brit our la. 11,142,712 2,722,313 Ptg Eta lbs. 51,372,790 27.764,318 falling off a. 8,420,397 33,608,442 the falling off to the Quantity of pig. Iron transported Over the canal a comps loii with last Yaar is almost 50 per cent from the whole Quen it thy while thet of wrought and Railroad Iron is one third More. With this diminution of tho Quantity of Iron manufactured and transported it is not al All surprising that the demand for Coal is limited. As our Iron work cease Eod the Busi Ness upon the works decreases the branches of business Depe dept upon them met languish a end among that which must inevitably suffer serious injury. Is the Coal business the Ata pie production of our county. And yet with al this evidence of the depression of Trade before us the Loeo focus have Fate Assurance to Tell the people the a a the practical working of the Tariff of 36 demonstrate its superiority Over that which preceded i a such argument will not Rotisky the people and we shall be very much mistaken if Bey Trot again most signally rebuke those whose deceit and treachery saddled us with a Meas Aro that is absorbing tho very lifts a blood from our various branches of Vici Arlas and fur trimmings m. Cohen. Fancy furrier would most Resce tally Call the attention of All Persona in want of any article the Quantity sent by Railroad this week u25�347�-i -0 fancy fur 14�?by canal 15,753 17�?for the week 41,311 11, tons j business that be. Hat now ready a splendid ass Oit showing a decrease Tinee Utt week of 3,005 ment of the above mentioned articles made of every Tbs re inc rems on the can a a a a a a a a loss on the Railroad of 3,691 tons. I sell at very reasonable profits at Bis the Trade does not improve a tootle contrary Seema j 1 my a Pur store a i a a. I �yi7.52 North second St. Tro doors Kloa Arch St to grow a Jailer every Day Many of the collieries j r. Philadelphia. A a prepared to mine Sand 300 ions a Day Are standing i merchants purchasing to sell find it Idle of order a la a Njo i nol More Thon ,_ to Urell Neon use to Cju a j a a a Loo about two months of Sheshi Potof season remains. A the Trade by canal with tithe reach of boats continues fair. Boats Are scarce and transient boats to new York have in several instances commanded #1,75 per ton freight Bat the freight by regular shippers is Only #1,70, a 1 we understand that All the Coal that the different companies can furnish from the Lehigh Region is sold and that it will require All the exertions of some of the companies to Supply their orders. These sales were effected to the Early part of the season. Or mysterious monday morning last at about 8 of clock a. M., or. George Hir am Hughes of port Carbon in this county came to this Borough in company with Hia fir other for the purpose of taking a note out , and also transacting other business. On arriving at Mortimer a hotel be told his to remain there he returned that ii wished to walk to the upper end of town and would return in an hour. He then went to or. Leekey a soap and Candle fic Lory and purchased a Bill of goods which he ordered or. Leeke to Send to port Carbon As also his Bill which should then be . He then went to St. Claire a Siove and tinware establishment where he purchased a stove 10 be delivered next week after which he went into a neighbouring tavern and enquired the nearest route and quickest Way of getting Harrisburg As be must be there by 4 of clock 011 tuesday Lelih inst he then left the Bouse saying that if he would not go quicker by Railroad to Reading than by stage he would return by 8 of clock p. and remain All right but he has not since that Lime Between 10 and 11 of clock Aoam been seen or. Hughes had about sl60 in Money with him of which $80 was to be into Bank where he has not however been. He is said to have been in comfortable circumstances of sober and industrious habit and is supposed to have been foully dealt with. Or. Hughes is about 25 years of age weighing 132 pounds a smooth face rather Broad and Light complexion Auburn hair Hazel eyes and had on when to left port Carbon a Black silk hat a changeable Reddish summer Coatee a Grey spangled Vest and figured sky Blue cassimere pants. Our other exchanges would Confer a favor by giving publicity to this affair As it May Aid to add some new Light to what appears to us a very singular disappearance. An important question. Are the whigs of Pennsylvania asks the daily news All St work 1 Are they completely of Gan sized a a every county township and election District in tho slate 1 have they made All tho necessary arrangements to poll a full whig vote on the second tuesday of october next 1 if not then let there be no delay. There is now no time to be lost. A if Impy Ore not fully organized let them organize immediately. If their arrangements Are nol yet Complete let them perfect a 11 of them at the earliest possible moment. Let them Bear in mind that a perfect organization is essential to Scuto a full vote and that a full vote ensures a whig Victory. Let them then be zealous and Active to effecting a thorough and Complete organization and Success will follow As a matter of course. Soms or Tbs English railway companies now Issue is Franco tickets to their passengers. A first class passenger May on buying Bis ticket by pay ing three Pence extra have his life insured for the journey to. The extent of a 1000, payable if he is killed to Bis Legal representatives and compensation for personal injury if his life is not lost second class passenger May insure to �500 for two Pence and a third class ��00 for one Penny. 1 his Stock and judge for themselves before purchasing i elsewhere. I Esthe fall Market Price always Given for skins of i every store is always closed on saturdays. A m. Let. Cohen a no. 53 n. 2d St., two doors below Arch pm Lead. 8�pl. 15. 1m9. A 33-3pin new music. New England my Home Oer the sea my Harp has been Unstrung i the Blue Juniata Mary Bell j the Robin a Beautiful Ballad by Eliza Cook i the Shower of pearls amount of Coal sent overt a Philadelphia and Bead 1 Philadelphia Lions a new comic song in Railroad and Schuylkill navigation for the week j g0nyc,r Philadelphia a Brilliant polka by gun go a ----------1,.,. 1 left Cioc Haties. Or Bell polka at. Valentinas Waltz. Virginia a Fresco 1 hungarian patriots Quickstep Louise Gallop a i army and Navy grand March r. Music not on hand obtained to order at bannan�?T8 on thursday evening last a . Veu total. Wbk. Total. P Carbon. 8,029 w 243,100 18 7,772 03 139,001 10 Potts me. 1.453 07 it w,3u4 01 3.291 05 44,901, 07 3 Mem 11.487 00 327,378 v0 3.678 01 84.433 14 p Clinton 4,563 07 c2& 03 1.013 �5,357 14 758,750 13 15,753 17 392,433 08 j 03 1 total by or a Cal. 1,051,183 01 to tame period us year by Railroad by canal decrease this year 146.119 15 tons. Wholesale and retail Book and music stores. Sept 15. 1849.__38 693,734 of 299.567 15 1,197,301 16 leij1gh Coal Trade. Proclamation whereas in and by an of the general Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in titled Van regulating the general elections within this Commonwealth passed the 2d Day it of july a. D., 1339,�?T it is to Edeithe duty of the sheriff of every county to give notice of such election tote the following is the Quantity of Coal sent Flora the i Holden and to to Nan known in such notice what offi Lehigh Region lor the week ending sept.8, 0 0 a. �17 tit. 1 Summit mine rhyme Hun Beaver Meadow. Spring Mountain co. Ila Leto Cual co. Cranberry Coal co. Diamond Coal co. Buck Mountain co Willce Sbarro Coal co. To same period last year week. 0,879 17 3,772 01 ��97 01 3,095 11 3,863 04 1,094 17 559 10 3,572 17 592 14 29,054 16 507,549 17. 460.841 13 total. 181,324 17 60.623 06 42,300 04 �7,111 09 55,564 17 19.142 13 5,234 05 57,906 14 12,075 13 Delaware and Hudson Coal Trade. Sent for the week ending. Sept. 1, 1849. A week. Total. 17.052 273.043 to the same period last year 268,345 railroads. Transportation on the railroads in Schuylkill con of. Vil 1 1.iii.Ihu nil Cuil Tritini it nil in Cert Are 10 be elected therefore i. John Weun Ner High Sacii Foff the county of Schugt Alkih make Knoizen by this advertisement to 1 he electors of said coital a of Schuylkill that a general election will in held in the said county 011 tuesday the uth Day of october Neit n t tho several districts thereof is follows to wll. A a 1. Tie electors of the Borough of Orwigsburg will hold their a Lection at the court House in the Borough of Orwigsburg. A ,. 2. The electors of All that part of West Brunswick township lying and being East of the following line commencing at the Sand Hole on the Berk county line thence by a straight line to ii or including the same thence to the far inf William Matz excluding the Sarrac the lace tothe farm of Geo. Mcengel now occupied by Peter Miller including the same thence to the House of Juanb Petre including the same thence by i straight Lino passing near a Abraham Foust son the Manheim township line shall Hereof tar form a sep rate election District and the qualified voters residing Hetem shall hold their general elections at the Bouse of Samuel Boyer the following is the Quantity of Coal transported. In tho town of port Clinton in said township Over the different Railroad in to Schuylkill county for a 3 the a electors of West Brunswig township not in the week ending thursday evening. Week. Mine Hill and 8.11. R. R. Little Ebuy Titi r. A Mill Creek mount Carbon Schuylkill Valley my Carbon and l�?T�2 Carbon Union Cinal . Waura total. 15,362 1-0 41.1,520 16 5,639 19 117,944 94 -6,631 14 156.398 us v231 h 144,515 16 9,730 97 216 495 17 9,943 15 240,654 69 1,519 05 60,043 us 700 01 43,j22 05johs Vax Bent x Bas coma out a a favor of the annexation of cd Nida. A a Canad and Cuba a is to be tho Loco i co rallying cry for the next presidency. A ukr eur boil Quot Bra already embraced to former and will Ere song adopt the latter As part of its Creed. I sates or Radiant. To Philadelphia. 60 eur. Per ton. To net York. 1 70 a a Kates or Ull and of bail Boad / fur balance of season. A a _ from . To Richmond. J 60 1 75 1 1 55 a a pm Ludelphia a 1 70 1 65 1 45 Kates Oft jul by canal Rob Balasck of season from , . . To Philadelphia a sets. 82cts. A 73cts. Way tolls remain without change. Ltd Orri Suponi Mcc. Or. Annan a the limn will for Tolje minors journal. A Yosoe from Tamaqua. It on arrive when the people of ibis county will w Cille a upon to cast their bail be for two r.pri�entilivp�, one senator one Condi commissioner on i treasurer one 8beriff, and one overseer of the poor. To position of Mettlers in this county demands of All voters who desire its part Peritz that they a Boule weigh night to reguate the Choice of it and govern them and their Iho principles this officers to Raptes intr Retis. For additional. New advertisements see fat Pago. They will Here to found arrange under suitable school of amp c. B. Stop ii respectfully inform the Clit a Zvena of Foi Uville and . That they intend re opening their dancing school the coming Winter and respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends elections a a n and the . Due notice of the opening will be give. Weaver to guilt Oronah. Eluded in the above or medaries will mild their general elections As heretofore at the court House Wuthe Borough of Orwigsburg. 4. The electors of East Brunswig township will hold at the House or Joshua Boyer in Latown of Mckeansburg. 5. The electors of Pine Grove township will hold their election at the House of Philip Koon in the Boi Oarb of p be Grove and the electors of the Borough of Pine Grove will bold their election at the same House., 6. The electors of Way net i will hold their election at the House of Leonard Babool innkeeper to the town of . 7. The electors of Porter tp., will held their election at the House of Nicoh Heberling jr., in said to 8. The electors of lower Maha Tongo to. Will bold their election at the House of Jos. U. Osman in said township.9. The electors of upper Maha Tongo tp., will bold their elections at the hons of John w. Plepler in said to. The electors of the new township of Eldred will vote As heretofore at the House 6f John w. Plepler in upper Maha Tongo. R 10. The electors of Barry tp., including the House occupied by N. It Voolik will hold their election at 1 he House of Francis ticker in said to. 11. The electors of West l Emi to. Will hold their election it the Louse now occupied by Jacob Schwartz in Bald to. A. 12. The electors of Union tp., will hold their election at the House of John Eisenhower in said to. 13. The electors of Rush t., will at to e House now occupied by , innkeeper 111 said township. / 14. The electors of the Borough of Minersville. Will bold their election at tho hour Tiow occupied by Michel Deuce. When on Bis own oath or affirmation of another. The Lihe Bas Loeb a tax or. On produce a receipt shall make oath to the pay Man thereof 5 or second if he claims a right to vote by being fun elector Between the Ages of i Welty one and Twenty two years he shall depose on oath or that to has Remedio the state at est one year oxi before Bis application and make Strep proof of residence to the District is a Quirck by this and that to does Venly believe from rhe account giving him that he is. Of the age aforesaid and ave such Oiher evidence As is required by this whereupon he name of the person so admit cd to to e shall Beins red in the Olpha helical list by tho inspector Ami a note made oppo site i herein by witing Ibe Woid tax it if he shall be admitted to Voto on account of his age and in either Case the reason of such vote shall be called out to the clerks who shall Mark it in Iho list of voters j kept by them. R a. A Rio All cases where tho name of the person claim log to vote is not found 00 the list furnished by to commissioners and assessor or his right to vote whether found thereon or not. Is objected to by any qualified citizen it a Hail be the Doty of the inspectors to examine such person on oath As to Bis qua if he claims to Hove resided within that site tor one year or More hts oth shall be sufficient proof Ihu re of. But to shall make proof by a least one competed witness. Who shall to a qualm eds Lector that he has resided with a the District to. More iban ten Days Neit immediate preceding said election and shall also himself swear hat his Bona fide residence in persian col his lawful calling is within the District and that he did not remove in the said District for the purpose of voting therein. 1 a very person qualified As aforesaid and who shall make Dye proof if required of residence and payment of Tases As aforesaid shall be permitted to vote in the town ship. Ward or dinner in which he a Hall reside. Of any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent and officer of an election under this from holding such election or me or threaten any violence to any such officer or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with Bun in theese cution of hit duty or shall Block up or attempt to Block the window or Avenue to any window where the same May be to Dan or shall riotously disturb the peace at such election or Hall use or practice any Mimi Daviou threats Force or violence with design to influence any to prevent him from void try or to restrain the Freedom of Choice such person on conviction shall he find in any sum nol exceeding five Hundred dollars and be imprisoned for any time not less than Ore than twelve months. And if it shall be shown to the court where the trial of such offence shall be had that tho person so offending was not a resident of tho City . Where the said off was committed and not entitled to a vote therein then on conviction he shall be to pay a Fine of not less than one Hundred dollars and be imprisoned not less than six months nor More Thon two if and person or persons shall Mike any Bel or Wager upon the result of any election within this Commonwealth or shall Offir 10 make any such bet or Wager either by proclamation thereof or by any it Rulen or printed advertisement, invite any person or persons to make any such bet or Wager upon conviction Tiereo lie or they shall forfeit and pay three times the amount so bet or offered to be bet. A the judges Are to Mako their or turns for the county of Schuylkill at tho court lloy Csc in Orwigsburg on 12th Day of october a. 01849.&Quot. Given under my hand and Seal atthe sheriff Solice Orwigsburg. And dated september i5ih in the year of our lord our thousand eight Hundred and forty nine nod Sevnia to third year of the Independence of the United states of America. A 1 Obj tote to hts Commonwealth. It John Werner sheriff. Sheriffs office or wigs i Burg. Sept. 15, 1849. J__35-to_ Spalding i amp Rogers sept. 15,1649._ Quot prop to inner Cord Wood. Amp a. Risje subscribers having purchased several tracts of 1 a land in this Vicinity Are preparing to furnish any Quantity of the following kind of Timber Vigo prop Timber Cord Wood shingles sleepers boat bibs boat timbers saw4to#s.and Trees suitable for running boards of canal bouts. _ the property mentioned above has a Vout of Lime stunt running through it also Coal Basin on it. Some of the land a Bui Uhle for firming and ? of 1 u will a Csc ild in sui. Ii parcels to suit pure Hasapis. Apply to the Bujsc Lieis at iii cd Scharville. Tor Futtner Geo la Eale i t o. Sept 15, ill49. A 36- it Mustbe admitted by Oil that from causes Tref understood business of All kinds now languishes and our county drags out its existence with the Hope of deliverance to be effected Only through and by l in efficient exercise of that Power new rail Road set ecu new lock for this purpose has been invented by h. C. Jeers of Newark. A j., a description of which is Given in the advertiser published in that City. It is merely a tet application of to e Patent Tuuk lock being constructed of More massive proportions and consisting of iwo jaws which Graep two sides of a Dart beaded Staple. It has two Chambers Jio arranged that Sand and gravel cannot he forced into them As has been done by malicious persons with the old lock and Tbs key Holo is provided with a dose cover to prevent the Access of a moisture ac., from the rails. It a a intended to be readily applied to Iho switches in Ordinary use requiring ?.tarn of Ibe key to open it and then lock itself by. A a Riog upon merely closing if cd switch , the Timo required by tho bolts und locks now generally used Sod is calculated to be worked by the Engineer without tho necessity . The lock appears to answer the purpose to Well that it will doubtless be Gene a ally used Whoso it Eta to conveniently applied tvs vast web and tub Pai Tiso press a the London a Bertum says a the Yankee has to admirable try of carrying a printing press opon his sho filder when Verbo goes be cannot live without Bis paper. Whether he invades afe Xico Ai a Soldier or enter Grenada As an Oak Igral he goes atoned with Lype. If he does nothing but How some of a these dragons Teeth in tho land through which he is Rev no email account if Good Thorld come of it to time. Jon tuesday last at Orwigsburg Geo. H. Mccabe was of motion of Chas. , Esq., admitted to practice in the several courts of this county. Org w e to ii ers flirt that Brut Cameron e�q., of our Borough has been appointed Utal general of the division of Pennsylvania militia composed of Dauphin and Berks countice. Circus coming.�?by reference a Ioen advertisement in another column it will be seen that Spalding amp Roger a North american circus said to be a very exle Siivo will visit our Borough on the 2.1 of next month. Tho proprietors will present some new features to the which added to the usual attractions will commend it to the support of those who Are fond of such amusements. 1 a a dancing . F amp a Slouch a card will to found in our columns this morning. They propose opening a dancing school in our Borough the coming Winter should a Quot a Zuffi pint number of pupils be obtained. To which they have met on former occasions randers it unnecessary for. Us to commend them to the ., a _ Tux late is nothing the feast discouraging to the whigs of the country in the late elections a will be seen by the it the of the following Stales from which the official Vole has been received and compiled by to editor of the new York Tribune Ccu. Taylor a Voi. Rhode Island 2j1 dial. 2.2m. Alabama 3 Wiist Lew of 21,832 n. Marohn Fly 9 . A. Indiana Complete 69,907 \ 1519. Whig 2,fc22 29.010 70,504 124.452 to Lilac Kumeth the subscribers having Jour chased several tracts of land in Vicinity Coni Aliling Limestone wish to rent tiie quarries or hire Gomel Lime burners. Apply to a 1 Peale a co. Sept 15. 15t9. co. Tout of these 124,315 it will be seen that there a an in ctr died vote Over that of xs48, for president. Instead of . A erring the administration the people have Simken out in its support and by ibis mini few tation tip two their approval of the policy so far a developed of Gen. Taylor. Will the people of Pennsylvania see that an increased vote a polled and thereby show Tasir adherence to those Whoso Energy will be applied towards enacting proper measures. A which its citizens ouch Aff to their representatives and the of seers of it general government. In order that the in cruise a a Tibbs heaven born Prev Rog Stive which a mermen a claim As their Boon of fre glom the Rig i by vote to determine the Revo lotions of our Bidy politic mss he properly directed Anil Xerri by the mass of honest Minera and labourers of his county a just and impartial recital of tiie eau is which have resulted in our present misfortunes becomes imperatively necessary whether Lwy will Hou Eady hear and understand. Or Vico vent we Are sanguine in the belief that if Iho voter of this county especially the hard listed yeomanry Wro constitute tin wealth of this Republic could become satisfied apart from political Bias and political a gullibility of the importance to their own interest of to stir Suffrages they in one mighty Phalanx inspire i with indomitable Zeal a would March Forth to the a Freeman a Monarch the ballot Box and demand a restitution of , which had in Beira gone by protected them from the Ein Baraa meets of Low labor of foreign countries self Protection is the first Law of nature exercised by inc a a a duals with effect and safety and there is 00 util reason to say that the tame policy will not held Good with nations. We have examples and history to Bear tis out fun our by to thesis which Render All argument useless As facts Are in themselves evident without corroboration 1 y. Therefore Veters of Schuylkill county if you desire its Prosperity if you desire the free exercise of that a policy so important to your own interest and the interest it four state vote for those who will represent . What policy Doroti say we on Wei the policy of Protection to american labor. If you were called upon to protest against the encroachment of foreign armies you would 1 Erve yourself the talk and Battle until the boo id would chill in your veins and you sink to you Mother dust. If you would thus upon the approach of a foreign Foo on our Border How ought you to when our common food free Trade stalks lawfully shout our country ent Eija our workshops our mines to our rolling Mill and the inmates to seek by idleness and prostitution a subsistence a does rot Compoli sense does not Ceu interest Wisdom and right demand that you should exercise your prerogative vote to bu/1 from Power those who would curse you with trek uhf i reign of this civil foe who is eating out imperceptibly your very substance and compelling you to quit your native to a n and country to seek in Distant climes and at work foreign to your custom and habits a Liv Riib ood we you will agree. Aug limn dry goods. Townsend Shakti less �5 sons pm 11.4 Delhi la. \ re re it Ivine by a carefully Slort a a p�1 Stock Somji Rulnik Sta ite Ami new style. Of fancy dry goods suited for autumn and Winter a rare English Woolen Cotton and Len it in furnish Long goods shawls and dress goods of Alt kinds French and dress and Mantilla silk did Merino Ned other cloaking materials cloths vesting and woolens lbs mens Wear j India shawls Silks and other fut pics lasting and goods for Shoemakers Ratt Netts Carriage makers Amer inn Cotton and woolens a i 1 a hosiery gloves handkerchiefs land Cirata. An South second St., Philadelphia. Sept 15,1849. Valuable real estate at Sai a. The subscribers the estate of Jacob Bensi nicer Iata of Lew Utown Schury Lelh county deceased will offer at Jat Ionthe premises near Mckeansburg , 1st Day of october next at 2 o a valuable containing 120 acres More Are Good Chesnut Timber land cd and in a state acres of it in Good Meadow a id of Choice fruit Trees with a a a a the premises convenient for Ore erected on the premises a log House 15. The electors of tp., hold their election at the Burbe of widow Bensinger. In said to. 10. The electors of new Castle tp., will hold their election atthe Bouse of Washington Hei Sny Der in the town of new cantle. 17. The electors of a Ranchi hold their election As heretofore at the House now occupied by Phil a in Kobres. In the town of Llewellyn. A 18. The elector of East norwegian tp., will hold l their election at the port Carbon House in the Tow u if port Carbon. A 19. The township of norwegian will hereafter a it run a separate election did Loci and the electors thereof t hold their Lection a the House Olra Lake at Deer Park in said to. 20. The electors of by the to. Will hold their Flection atthe House of Joseph Balliet in the own of middy port _ a 21. The electors of tremor to. Will hold their election at the House of Samuel hippie til the town of tremor. 22. All the electors of the southward in tho to. Road hrs of nor Wogon St. Including the voters Oft hat part of manic in tp., that voted Heri Taforo in Slid Borough shall form a separate election District and shall hold their election at the in lii House of m. Mat in said Borough. 23. The North Ward in the Borough of Potla Filleul Long of Centre Street shall be called the a a North East Ward a and electors thereof shall hold their elections at the Hoose of Max Imu Liati dec Flinger in said Borough. 24. The North word in the Borough of poits tlle lying West Wally of Centre Street shall be culled the a a North West word a old the qualified electors thereof so ill hold their election at the House now occupied i by Samuel m. Mills. A 25. The electors of Cass tp., will hold their election a at the House now occupied by Abrahart Uoch in said 1�5l the electors of Butler township will hold that in election at the House now occupied by Isaac f. Davis in said township. _�?27. The electors of frailty to will hold their dec lion at the House lately occupied by Charles Burrow the town of Donaldson in said to. A 96. The electors of North manic in tp., Wilt bold their election at tho House known of the a Halfway llu a be a now occupied by Susannah Moyer in said town slip. A i a. A. A 29. The township of South Malheiro. Shall Hereau or form a separate election District and the qualified voters ten of shall hereafter mild Ali inf Neial elections at the Hou a now occupied by George Reher. 30. Tie electors of the bar Romfh Oftis Aqua. Will list of letters remaining in the Post office St Pottsville a. To on the 1st of september 1849. A g Mcconnell Gogh Arthur we Galuao Patrick a Mcmanus Chas b cart no a Lenry Gaynor Jamos Mcdonel Michel to Demon Ludwig i John Mcguire to bad Alexander Jos Garmany Jas Eimoto Chas Andre Mon Peter Mcaron Thos All Mon Joseph h. A it Mccone Bridget a. Mccormick Mary Brennan August Gundrey a m skip letters. Brass scr Jim 0tefjohpb ecu Gablin Bloch Buehler u Gibbons Patrick Mcl Leale Luke Babert j a. Grady Jame Mclau Goblin John Brennan James George Albert Mcculoch win Brady James a Mcnulty James Beddau tho Gillen get Turyna my Casurao Phil Beck Washington Auen Brid Michael Blair Samuel 2gerber j a a policy no Batemen Jamos h Sleder Heinrich by Abby it Lluu Vit Hains Jobo Noll Stem Bun Francis Shari key we Narganes Jesse Buchannan ass Reisier or Jos is Neligh Robert b Breitb Isaac Hetzl win Nugito Samuel Basch Frederick Hibbart John Tuross Joseph Bready Francis Harney John f Naegeli Andreas btes slug Val Jet Vracan we. Nicholas la Barnum b p Hartman Peter 1 Yattaw Jacob ship Borer 4c erd tan Hilbert Uei unch Nailon Patrick Bradford Geo a a o Burkhart f Llen Syl Jesse Ouon Neli Pat k Ucac Liler Jacob Blunt lib Wilhelmo Dunnil a Lichtl Barry John Martin pack lib Estess Joseph briton Samuel in Artline Joshua Ochs Geo Burk Edward it Hurt George Ohora Patrick Booth Jonathan Uili w ii a ship letters. Bow ii Richard Horan John omra Michael ranch Man David Hill Isaac Odonnell Stephen Broderick we url Larvey plan in Farrell John. Janies town try Ochs Luiis pane Baden Martin Henry Emanuel. P Brady Francis Litcher Israel Potts John ii Bourke Gar rust a Hines Marilu Pratt Geo w Black we Hammer Geo Pata we e Darner Henry Haupt Anton i Berger John fun Madam Maru pricy Eli k Trobst acre Rutab Shudrick Cath Ncik eters Eram Backhouse Moraes Lervey mrs Myrv palsy Hemy m cumin Reese u Houpt Mif Slout Samotis Misar Liza Brennan Thos Huey mis Sarah but ii Culson s a Hughes it Lutilda Potts miss Robert Boyle e Lourd Hughes Sarah i Liale Miia Burn Patrick ship letters. Ship Leuers. Borth Lauifi of a a St Erieau t Porten Joseph. Geo Phelan John Bock Geo Dollet Ron Philips Philip Rev Thos Bradly Yutha Dollany John pricy John Anne i Lowb thus prese Obadiah brow Nianda Luau we it us Hiey Margaret j Rani Cut Caitlin Bosikh Bridget junes Arims Keilly Bernard Boyle Ellen miss a Jenkins John b to 3 Brian Anu miss Jilin it John Thomas Buk Lebach mag Jone Totev we Jyh it Der Jonathan Dalena mods Johnsto Gnu a Richards Trimms Broderick mrs a a Jackum Noah buddy Patrick Grinner irs Watti a Vic Liard Job a Arp letters. Jones John ship Rrt Ghan James Browne Ann James win Kuhn rugs Banett Ellen Jurdan Seliy robins�?~.v�n1 Bradley Alex James g a Polit Reynold 14 t Bulan Patiick a Itu Dingian Michel Blackman Uichi Damp apr Benjamin Reay Bly Thumas Burke Pelchar James Rice James Bergin i Silun kn�\vle8 Geo Thos Brennen u Beliy Wmk May Roburt Blake Kopher amp son Rich Bren Uii Summas Russell Peur. I Yuul chef r to John Ryan Brut in a John pm tier in raid Towk a mrs Bushau Malahy Kientzle Jycob Rees John ship Boa John Koch Philip Roxby Jeremy ado us nut to Edward know Lethoa Rogeis Martin Cevy Bernard height it policy c Kune we River David Callaghan Rich a Knowles John 8curley Michael Kelly Michel a a shied James craze we ,2 Kaltoon John Steger Henry Cavanagh John Kelly Edward a shall win la Chambers Henry Peru John a Schuele or Cole Janies. Keeny but Sterling John Carlyon James Kennedy Owen Sweeny James Congdon sat no a 3kely Jol n. Sealy we Crosby Dennisk c Michael f Stott of Lartin cd Money Timothy Mahler Obaed Seego erholm Cuolahan John. Kline Samuel Kiuber Chat a Knox tho his Soj Inelder Simon Kears Bacr Anna Sai Friem e a 3 Rooper Susannah Bretor Adam Kutchu Amanda Salmon Michael Killian mrs Aon Smith we ship letters.1 Shulie Eustach King we j Sebullen Patrick Kem Iedy Jmichael so Ieffa r Christ ii Kenwo Nhy lids Skally Petrr a. Kenney we j souls Joshua a Lis Svlvester Quot Kelly in hos Shoemaker Peter Ragg Lavina Kiln Patrick a shenian Michel Coburn mrs dust a Papiez Jeremiah Smith Thos comr Rove Mary Koch Ier Sebastian Stamm Michel. So i Seid tried Junho a k Fred k Smith Arica lug re Ndeshda Patrick postscript. From correspond it noses to tue latest Moffe uept.f4 .6oel j markets. �?$5, Rye flour�?s3,13 a 33,0 5 icprn�?65 a 6. Flou wheat i to a $i.h. Oats�?29 a 8q. C4 re. Is amp a from Jlean ship Empire City arrived at new York on thursday last. She left the 1st of september and Jamaica on the 5th. She brings 8602,153 in Grid dust. Among the. Passengers in tin Empire City arc Many emigrants who re us in bad health with constitutions Ipp Ucli impaired Maine returns from Maine which arc As Yel meagre indicate a whig gain in the Lugi Slature. And an increase vote in the suite. Portland Ever True elect three Good and faithful whig representatives a a Clear majority of Over three Hundred. Gjeta boy inst., Louis having a pistol which lie thought unloaded i n playfulness pointed and snapped it it Mother youth in the pistol happened to be loaded went off and the Ball lodged in the youths neck causing his death next Day the practice of pointing and snapping fire Arm. At persons under the Imp ssion1 Are not loaded is very cont Coji infrequently results in the death of cherished friends a practice Mori silly and More to be censured we can Sei xcely con Cevic of. I. A a a Ewe the new York trib the bar burners and Hunters tie great leaders of the party a to a Union hut the persons w riddles for the county offices Sirius of it that it seems lil Union will he effected. I if. So Init hrs will have to forego their High pro of Cessions in respect to slavery for the ol4 Hunters will not submit to a to test on that subject. thinks will unite. Re opposed to Are can Are so Ely that a the barn cli Olyou James Dock p. M., farm icis 40 acres of which jibe balance is cur Oberc Are about 10 Ilso n Good Orchard ii of Good water on. I purposes. There j a Jihjie in election �1ihe school House in said Borough. Admission 25 cents Only. Tire characteristic features of this Greal establishment which appear to have absorbed the most of the Lio Velty and Rte Hetche entertain my fat extant can by Only briefly enumerated in the limits of an advertisement. A The atoll onion by far the Roost stupendous musical project of the age. Composed of Over 1000 distinct must Cal instruments More pow Crittl than a band of so musicians and Damien by 40 horses in procession will Consoline the orchestra during the Sartain Merit i cps War yer Jno Scanlan John o few Vel Thomas j u0f fhe cholera and 1 a Randy a a a Lyndon in per says a a by reference to to the customs Bills of entry it r the month of july last it will to found that the increased Quantity of foreign b Jandy upon which the duty has been amounts to the Large Quantity of 29,000 gallon or nearly 1,000 Gallons per diem beyond trip average of former years 1 tis extraordinary increase is traced to the Suh still Tion by a i Large number of the of Brandy diluted with water with meals in the place of malt liquors the French a have already taken advantage of the Iti crease and simultaneously raised their prices ten francs per hectolitres or about 5d per gallon Simpson we a Sinue Sophia by Seignior l y Stecher a of to if Luck John al Schmo la a a John r ii tit a Ger we 1 sterner. Thus shit Niti a Mur Gary to Surah Sylvid miss Alary Shehadi mrs 51nrv stye a i fila iia let Tsoruas t.c. Daniel i it Loralli Ifon Lawrence Jet iii Lavan Laih can bit. A m�3 Mill vul Donovan Michel 2l Lay mrs Matilia so Iother Abraham Davis Heitov hip Lafr Rusl rho Hon thus Dowling Richard Uley we j i ming3u John Lauey we Mains Jos Rii h. L 1 Mir Bill \ Dur Kiwi Michiael Lamb George a Dreher f h Lawler thus j Doran Loeffier Michael decry dec John m a a. Diem John Moyer Hajnus r a Davis it Enjamin Murray Patrick ship letters. Dennison boil Miller David Schuhl Fred k manic co Martin Absolu Chi Stewart. Unity Duffel Barnuy Markle ii a j Sharp Chas. Dunn Clit Jas Martin Mick Dobbin John moaner John Slaty thug drink onto Aaro Milter James i t Durch Mary of Fisun us incan thnma3 san duct Down James mos Nite Rii per to Tonney John. Dye m Miller John i Troutman maths Dillon Georic Maun Tny by Lodge towers Roberta a a a a no 411 f Tolly Jean Geo Martin Peterj Tonkin John Mann Toole Anthony Manx Thompson Isaac Mullen Michael Thomas win it Turere Michael Tresouthick Geo Mani ban in it a Tanner Cha ship Mut Evvs Jacob Thomas Moyer Tissel Thomas ed\v,4tlo Marlin Hartl. U urn Anim by Quot slut or Christian Dun will Frd k Doyle mrs Mary a hip letters. Doherty Ann Daly l eur pc m Dougherty pal an Anor Dean Andrew Dayle Patrick Dimler Yoham f. Etc Lilze a amp co Moi Risun Geo enter Tiu Amos Murry i Airick two stories High and a log barn and 9 Stone Sprine House. A this property is located Abnot one mile from the Little Schuylkill Railroad and Aboo six Miles from Middleport which makes Ita very desirable farm As the Coal Region is Market in Ine state. Due attendance will be Given and the conditions made known it the time of Sale. Charles ben8inger, Ludwig Bensinger. Sept 45, 1849.___39 is i ___eecmor8 boys and a clothing. A he subscriber has on hand a Complete a sort ment 1 of clothing adapted to the season suited for boy of three years of age to Young gentlemen of sixteen. And person purchasing clothing at this establishment can have the privilege of returning them if they 7-Iyl a i of a. Ii Oyt. No. . Below tenth. Foil Oila. Tut he mor Jacy to Soto portions of ibis Sla to not upon too most Fri cudly terms. In Montgomery loudly a Strong Loco no place so coring to the potty Iowa Ledger s demo Ritico paper the is a Jority in that county will to rata eat or turned Mojo a whig majority. This is attributed w lint paper to the conduct of the leaders but ini Gion the Feolo there of in every place. I Seo to Imp Tiptn of renouncing a party who Mea Tures Woik to detrimentally to a. Coun Irja interest coming events tall their a i Iowa before Quot a therefore when dates so ready extermination with the writer who is himself a Labouring Man test our votes t us to be Csc a in favor of Protection to american Industry. So. 1 you Vole a enquire which Cyndi and willing to front the ranks of from America of til foreign Unco petition to free labor loft 1 it. To to he and you Are i attn fat or a ask Icax citizen is . Cur ills Hurrse trof the United states has been travelling through Groat Britain delivering lectures on american oratory in Dublin Belfast and other places. In Dublin Hia lectures enthusiasm and on Julio during tho speech of to tricks Henry much excitement prevailed among Hio j hearers. A ten he came to the word Vve Duyst fight i repeat it sir. We Mutt fight an Appeal to army and to the god of Host is ail that in left for us Quot the noted juror on Duiff o trial or. Oquike stood up and exclaimed a a in a of that. Man a opinion a which had the effect of re in ing the entire Assembly on Masse whose cheering Shook the Walls of the Rotunda. In consequence of this or. Want str wee arrested is to was Leor Ritro a Cifala for the giants causeway and compelled to suffer imprisonment or give Bonds the Incavo Ireland. Llo preferred the latter end there left for England. -. New of tho old Stato Bank of Trenton of the Detomi nation of it altered to the Schraa Cako Bahk of a Baltimore Ore in circus Saliou in pm in Delphia. The fraud a very clumsily executed and May to detected St a glance tho Vignette in the new Jersey coat of Arma 4 anal cd fur of Ina a. In the election of a canal comm Monor you will mors satisfactorily determine to the mind of Congress that you Ore to Tsvor of yourself and your own interests As Well of the interests of your to country vote therefore for Henry m. Fuller who is an Able advocate for Protection to american indu try ind in every Way worthy of your t Tamaqua. Millinery it my silk goods. A \ c. Cetti formerly bu8en Vii Khie. Get 1. Jitu. 11, Siuta 2d St. Between Catinat and Market its. East ,,. Beg8 leave to info it pm ills friends and the that he has now n stoic a comp he assortment of every description of Milli a Nery good8, suitable a for the fall business. He particularly invites the attention of country merchants and milliners a his carefully ?-i-i.iei a Luck of Bibbons silk. \ Clyti. feathers All of we Kif will big old Low and on be most a Butki terms. To it country orders Punk inn ail nation will be and ail goods destined for the country a a packed and forwarded a us lie utmost care. A Cern Leo 41 a Outh 2d . Philadelphia sept outer �5-10t fall millinery goods. J. C. Amp w. E. Taber a 10 Scosta 2d Street Corner of Black horse Alley. A path Delvita. Beg leave to Ano Rioce to their customers and the Trade in genital that they have now inshore and Are daily re Celvio. A Ful ass Orun Enloe fall Matt tory goods of Belr own importations comprising the following a Jiries s uncut velvets. Gro Anriques velvets satins ribbons and Silks with a fall Norment of Bonnet slugs buckram crowns. Crown Len Linfs frames wire amp a and by forthe choicest Nusso Runnel of French and Ambricio Flowers of any Hoose in the Trade or Are to he found in these Jcj Init a we so p. 8.�?if you done to Call and see �4 a amp a goods it is your own fault and no Tours. Sept. 15. 1649. Support. In medical Corleone ninth a Street below louu8t, . Of 1849-50 will commence in the new Ning located As above on monday the bestir a College Bui october 15th. Practice of . Obstetrics Materia my Nica Anatomy and p Tiu Guty Clit Auguy. Fees my to ticket #90 99, option #30 99. 1 Regii Zirat at i Afler october 1? Henry sept. ¿5, l�4i Cine by we. Darra ii . John i Ltd a nil m. A h. 8. . By biology we. R. Grant. I David Gilbert. We w. L. Atlee m. Cd Latiin #6 00 for the entire set of it a #i5 0u to each in rry of Wor gradual or further information apply to the a residence no. 92 Arch Slect or at the Omejc by Yildiz a. Patterson my d., Registar. 86-41�?T cat office in tha tuesday and f sept 15,1849 -. J. T. Sec violas Lia informs the citizens of pot Vlad f Thal he has removed i medical Oleary store 10 the old stand formerly Bolas amp. Collini Corner of Market and Here he will be pleased to give medea a Cribe urn hot options. He Dat ers him one experience in the business and to Iron cession he will give general Satis at me request of in Muon the Citi Eusuf Minersville end country he has estshl.,bed a a 1 Ulyce. Where Herniy he consulted on idly afternoon of every week 38-2mo in non Villa Academy. School was crop Ems a in this Academy ou3ionuay the 6th instant to students admitted at any time but advised to enter is Early As convenient so As to commence with the fail an win try classes. A Jall the various branches comprised m a thorough English education together with the French latin had greek languages a taught in this1 to rums including tuition. Boarding washing and mending #?0 per Quarter of 12 weeks pao7 Plum Wishlo the Terra. No extras whatever. Bena. A a stance of an Awe Aad experienced teacher fans been secured for the Fah and Winter term. A. A course of lectures will be delivered during the inter on various scientific subjects. A the Academy is located in Ine cant of Chester nine mile West of West Hestra a the Leo sent and healthy Village of Uhlond Jyle to which Access can be had from West Cestre i West synd from it i mint to at l to curs to tha Suba Trier Cal Onville be my aptly attended to. Milton Dunkl. Principal. Sept. 15, 1813. S3-� lie moved. 8ickk1. K saw be leave to inform their nume Oua customers and Ine sub he Ken realty that they have removed to stir v lamp manufactory. From no. 35 North fourth Street 10 a it. 33 North second Street Pfeto doors above Christ chunk a Phil Adelinis where they continue to manufacture More extensively than Ever Bloke la Patent 9�� in Ujj lamp and Lough a a Patent Pino cd arajs out lbs raf which Aro manufactured by any other Parsons to Vic United Sites. They also for All the new Ond Choice patterns of lard. Fluid and Oit lamps chandeliers Guo Doles. holders ac., Hall lanterns miniature Sotor lamps and Caan Delirs of All the new and various styles. Likewise lamp Wick glasses and globes of All descriptions also Detill Crof botel no fluid Pine Philadelphia september 15, 1849. 383mo 31. The electors of the Borough of Schuylkill to Ven will hold their ele tinn at the House now occupied by John Jones in a al a Borough. At which time and place Are to to elected by the freemen of the county of Schuylkill one in Erson for canal commissioner. One person to represent the senatorial District composed of the counties of Schuylkill Carbon Pike in the Senate of Penu Yginia. Two persons lor Assembly. A "1. One person for sheriff. One person lor county treasurer. One it As<5. For county . One be Jun for a 1�?Tekion for director of the poor. The general election a to be opened Between the hours us 8 and 10 of clock in the Forenoon and shall co utne ii eruption or adjournment until 7 o clock in the evening when the Polis shall be closed. In per Suarcz of an of the general Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled a an relating to the elections of this common wealth a passed tbc2l Day of july a. 18��?~j, notice is a Jeby Given a _ a a that the inspectors and judges chosen As Afore raid. Shall meet at the respective pair a Appo led we a. Fun holding the election in the distr this to which Letic i they respectively belong before Nino o clock in the flow iii Orong of Iho Sec and tuesday in october in each and every year and each of said ins portors shall appoint one clerk who shall be a qualified voter of such District. A a in of the person who Beall received the oui highest number of votes Foi inspector a Ball not sue Doii use Day of election then tho in a ion who shall have received the second highest butter of votes for judge at the next preceding election shall. As inspector in his place. And in Case the person who shill have received the High Ert number of votes for inspector shall not attend the person elec cd judge shall appoint an inspector in his place t and m Case the person elected judge Sigall nol attend then the inspector who received the big eel number of sulcs shall appoint a Jodge in his place and if any vacancy shall continue in tho Board of the the space of one Hoar after the time fixed by the Law for the opening of the election the qualified voters of the township Ward or District for which such officers shall have been elected present at the place of elect ipod shall elect Ope of their Nom bar to fill such vacancy. 1. A it shall be the Doty of said assessors respectively to attend at place of holding every general special or township election during Iho who Lac Timo said election in Kepl opem for the purpose of giving information to the inspectors and called on in relation to inc right of any person assessed by them to vote at such election and such other mailers in relation to the asses meals of voters As the said inspectors or judge or either of them shall from time to time required. 1 a that no pcr0r shall be permitted to vote at any election As aforesaid other than a White Freeman of the age of Twenty one years or More who Ahall have resided within the state at least one year and in the election District a hero he offers to vote at least ten Days immediately preceding Sueh election and within two years state or county lax which shall have been assessed no least ten Days before the election. But a citizen of the United is ales who had previously been a a qualified a fief of this stale and remove therefrom at a returned and who shall have resided in to election Divina and uses As a forehand shall be co Titica 10 a vote alter residing i ibis state Ais month provided that the a White freemen the United states Tab o had Revlon Yalj Job can a qualified vote of big gtd a and therefrom and returned and who shall have Jet Oil al inthe election Dis it a it. Atid Lifis As for Savl shall be entitled to vote after residing in this of a alow a Baths provided Ihm the while facet an Cuzen of. The fun Ltd so tip a of Twenty one and to Emylo Oare. And haying resided in Hui i3l9 one year and in inc election District Len Days to aforesaid shall be a ruled to vote although they shall not have pa.taxes. A a no person a bail to permitted Lovoto whose oame is not contained Mth elision taxable inhabitants furnished by tho commissioners As aforesaid unless first be produces a receipt for the payment within two years of a state tax assessed agreeably to the Constitution and give . An entire and effective dramatic company under the direction of ii. F. Nichols proprietor of the Adelphi theatre Washington Cis attached to the troupe for the purpose of getting up every night tha grand and patriotic of. Gen. Washington a old put a Azul a Anthony Wayne a reviving reminiscences of those a a times that tried men a souls commemorating some of tie most stirring and interesting revolutionary incidents the Gallant deeds of the heroes of 76, and concluding with a grand notional Tableaux of Gen. Ifs a so ii a mounted on a Noble Char ser borne on the shoulders of his Brave Continentals the accession of the Carlo troupe under the charge of tho great italian trick Clown. Signor Fexix Caslo known throughout Europe a tho Man of Hoo tricks and More renowned probably than any artists Liat has Ever per ambulate the country and a singularly talented troupe of equestrians in every a a part meet of the business Viz a messes. C. J. Rosits w. W Nichols e. Kuky Mcfay Bead ii. F. It cools g. O Knapp t Yosono a. A master got Toms Carlo Perrt Clarence a. Mesdames i. F. Nichols Koav pm Perrt mrs Dkl Wobb As. Aen Altos Geiger rendering this double company of much m Advance of All other Subh sements in the numbers ask talents of the troupe of m the extent and elegance of the outfit. poits Villa on tuesday oct. 2d. Doors Oyen at and 7 p. A _ also at Hamburg. Ort. It a Tamaqua. A 3d a Magueh chunk a . Of a Conner agent. Rcpt 15. 1619.__34-31 in l in affairs of Italy Are becoming More complicated tie Success of the austrian and russians in Hungary Jill be Likely creased Confidence to the i m Ern ment. Adopted Marc and re soued cease Ami to give a uti Lical gov still harsher Meas res May to Elliott Patrick Manuch Lici Rich v a Evert Giorge Mardt Jan Ufa Yaughn Thomas Erington Jonn Marten magic j to Elliott Alex a Macro Jolio Valsh Dunn is Eustice Rich mrs Wink Antry ustus Evitts Benj to or Heinrich Winmeyer Lenry p a Metz Cool Jaclin Aviezer Fred a Fletcher Peter Moran Muli ocl Wellever i Linnies fast cred Matt Vvs Guji Sirnew heeler Robertd Finley Pattick Morgan Lulaj Smth Williams Alex Franklin encamp mra a Anna Wright win Luft ship letters. We ulu snows Farrell Lawrence mams Jarmus Simyen Kvut Foly Jeremiah Mill half pal William Alex a a a motto Mii libel ii Manak a Mayjor Janies Wale i Patrick Michael win Wulc i John Mir Igon win Walisa him on Magli Pirn n Owen a guar George Munro Natl James Wingert Johp c maths a sym wonder Cathrine Moran Ribhy ship letters. Rikimu my. Wallacene dears a of Zimmon in by to Mcclaury a it no Ait wit Gand Joliana Faust mrs Julia t or Ifcic Chiaet Wilson Thomas,3 ship utters. Mcfails peer Wondra Henry Farrell Bridget a Kcf Nhy we Woolfenden Jas Stanman Law Adaor Watkins we Foxholm 2 a caftan tiler a Taylow win Paliy i i Mcl Lale Patrick Welch a Vuicic Edward Mcafee jiu aes. 7t Torii lady Jet pm a Jellner Henry ii 2 Wilt let a charge All a Dve ii tvs . Persons apply ipg for i doers on this lib a will i. All foreign letter Moi time p. A Flanagan a nth a fare Thomas Frank Peter Faulkin John. Finlay John in jell Taos 2 Fulir Joii Floyd we Etnan Bridget put Itse say in. B. The Inland Postag. Must he Are said at a lii office Andrev a pm. 8,1519. Kill nil Sun hotel , Penn a the finder Hanei respectfully announces to the citizen of Schuylkill a mini and Irav Ellit in general that he has taken a old established stand known a a a Yostos hotel and lately Kep the Jeremiah flushes at me Corn Utt or Smuro and St in the Borough of to Ottavi ile which he a with special to the ror Ufort of those who May favor him to vhf their custom. The inn pc n pleasantly located with stamp Gand a Large Yard attached calculated to accommodate persons trn Vellins with horses and a it race. The Prii Praetor a i House Well Fufus imbed. And will spare no Puin or expense to Miji ply i table nud bar in a tuu Huck which cannot fan i afford general satisfaction. T a attentive faithful Hostler will always be to , so tint guests May rely on having their horses properly attended to. Michael Sei la by. �?�mar49.49. To Gas in put re ile suit Cribar informs the 37-3t and the roman Pei ple Rill by More exasperated. They Hay hat priv Sily into i a Ranee shall. If the Pope womb put an end lil it every person would protect him and is throne. It is said that c cry family has a horror of the return of he inquisitorial pow it is of tie Church and of al establishments being laced under ills influence-1 the people a i now Kepi it a quiet state Only by the arts enc of a foreign army if that pm Slack a a were re moved to Morrow the Mazzini and their legions would again appear it is a Well known fact which has Becq Ftp repo Aeo ted lately that5 tie mor Arden supporter of the tonian Cpl ionic Chuich 3re Strong la opposed to he Rule of pric its Bishops and cardinals the cardinals have now the entire control of tie temporal affairs of the state1, and several of their Repe Jit shave made them and the government very obnoxious to the roman Pec pie top i French expedition was a most in Fortunati affair and the French government is placed in a More position now than Ever. The French army is still at Rome 1>ut discontent is pc in to prevail in its ranks there arc 4000 Republican soldiers of the roman army with them who Are ready to Rise at a moments notice a a. Separation of the Tom. Poral and spiritual Power of til l Pope will alone satisfy the people the French government is beginning to discover that it Macieza great mistake in ils diplomacy and it has recently Jfe Timath dub the Popo that general Oudinot has exceeded his instructions that he acts of tin f pontifical commission Are displeasing a and that if the roman people should attain Rise in favor of Liber i Iusti Illions e French army would not attempt to Oppie As Iho revolution a a Oil la Washington hotel a Job Messy a St St Bead a a Schuylkill Horen. A a Quot thesus senber announces to Bis friends a a the Travail Long pubic that he has taken the shove mentioned establish Meuci and fitted up a throughout so that it will Seq Zalany establishment in the county. It is located near the depot of the Philadel Cohla and Reading Railroad and on the main Street of the Borough. His table will always to abundantly supplied with the a Hurst Del to caller of the season his chamber Are Large and airy and nos bedding of the beet kind., 4the to the hotel la Large and commodious and attentive Benetier will always be found in Kitten dance. Hrha a also for to vl5\vhlrlpb will always be kept to carry a Raitora to and part of the county or elsewhere a. All he solicited is a trial of i House feeling confident he will give Lutife to ail who find it at his House. A ap.7,49�?15,. 1____john Jones. Tuaau while washing. Paper hangings a at Only. 10 cents a piece noon pieces of paper hanging varying in Price a it Iron ten cents to 75 cents per piece. A40 glazed Pittera As Low As 30 Teuta. Jul received and for Sale at Bannan 8 Pep 8. F-3 cheap paper store. To Svitic citizens of Pottsville that tit will let a pret Iareto o arrange the Nice a Ary fix Tun s for lighting ?t?. Zuten and Itil digs with Gas sind tto Furnis it i Burner of every variety Ami style at Ihu Ihu to. Umesi rate. Order win to thankliiliyv.irtjivi�?Tat i shop on tin earner of Mauch chunk Ana cd a Ial a a. And at the watch and jewelry retire nil Robert to. Groen next door to the Post Hoke Ceil i tire. T. Poi Fville. Aug.43, 1619. 35- j John Warner. A a Good Jar ssi pc cheap. The in Ulit ? the Stock of goods of calf Rich ii Imp in eat Norw Sian St., a tie Rann inv Lorca la. They in i Lumia Large am first rate is it or Tuin 01 Day ouch Nuil the tic-1 of groceries b T a Init. Sept. I 49. 36-31 David w Inman. I in. Iii. It Nam s t ttys brow nor to Plum inc shop. Beatty al Row ntm\�?T.t.gla5 Street a a Patt Ville. I a. T m. Slates san los slate i Stev Kral Case slates of the various rises Ami Qualli ies Bio Iron bound. Wire Buind and log slate. Merchant. Tcachcrs.jfc.,supplied wholesale at manufacturers prices atbanjian�?~8 cheap stations by sad Vaiuta stores.,8eptlij849. 36-_ no. Boots and shoes manufactured us u. Low Oeh 33 North third St., pi1ilada. Always 00 hand Meas double at idols Gia sole roots and Shuty a coed a id Peg god suitable for Inin work and Coal rats. Boys coarse bouts and Monroe. Also Ralf boots sewed and pegged. Bovi Bonts and Brogan women boots and shoes of ill ��11 kind Eastend work of a a Buffalo Robe. A of will fill orders cheap flt a August i 1849. I kind. Gum shoes and a. A Superior Arttra Bath tub Shower Roiha Hgt Dri iii hydrant a iii. Double am a Ingle acting pump. Amp a. Kept cosh Tetly in hand a and for sinks Madero order neat and Amble in Ltd a Kimi done in ibo beet u a Unco i Adamski old cd is. Blank Buok ran via it Fuji kits. No 78 third Start. A Fth Delphia i Hook of thu or. Boot Supply Blank cheaper tory them ran ind at Tiv a a go to up lie a it the int mar Tore und theyat.�?~49 by i. A is. Pape. 32-3 Mocias a Ify his friends and for or face and prep Areil in furnish All pattern matting and turning. The subscriber respectfully inform the that he has just completed an establishment at the Corner of Cou lond Chesnut streets with us View of carrying on the above business Exie Sivi by. Or. We Boyden Well to Laplace in understand tho by a Tiess perfectly is Are Mianof the amp hop and Nond but experienced la Utu will bit employed. In at Tern turning and Mill gearing of a very Deenri Pinion and on the must reasonable term. A All orders gratefully received Ami punctually a used to.,t. O Brien Reading sept 8, 1843. A a. 37-6t ,. J who Srajn Jacob m. Long n mtr patrons that bets fill. Kinds of Gas fixtures such As chandeliers. Pendents brackets a. Ac., of a Superior Quality and finish All work done by him will be warm led. And must pass inspection of the of sperm. Pendant. Call at his a Ture Dud examine Hig fixtures. A ept i 1819. A 1 46-tf_ Brocks Floc piste Clay web or Ufi proprietor of the Brock. X arct Lilly offer to it Kjof tie surround King i to i a re inv til the article Ufa coca i co lob cd arc in Kobo it Hait i a. Intended to mope Are Eia this Region the phii.t4#ipbkpre3od Wicks. Tha Peculiar inducement h pre Wilts in 4hls article Are tto a up Flor Bioty Juro bitty. 4ff/tj��fy of Kail and Rkia net. Tie i a Tell of More than 30 ice in no compared with the Philadelphia Buck Ithen in la la inn Lily. The a a a i. Larger Han la j Ord Mary St Lyle and their proportion a Theiu Atic us Correct and to obviate and inconvenience should i i ties apprehend it in working tire usual ��n4b�lrfs, cheaper Itje i Todd a Sim Gai 0 an in site Walling. A �1 a _ ,. ,. A piece of Wall Hill of inc bricks Day he sum of or non a next trod r tie it Rob at the Pennsylvania Hall in Ihly rur Otish. Cd lao Solicitsotlen-1�00 to pvt by cd Pavino a Nicias its Superior in a Mozu to Blitz it co Paul Foth Philadelphia a. I a wedge bricks for Arches key we wedges a Kiln Listina. Fit ivi Ilia to a Flom gut Eli to Poison a real estate agent andcollj3ctuu of rent9. Office a fort Carlin , a rpm Jim pubsciibpf1 will take Clinge of Cual land la a Webing in tucs and other property and col eco rents for the same in the county of Schuylkill and All other by Siposs cob nested with his Agency will be promptly attended to. Eli Thompson. 4 a fort Carbon. S�bujlkillco., refers to a turd Patterson and Llo roce al myth Esq. Fonts Villa. A a Samuel hell Reading.1 a. A a a we. H. Wilion. No. 9, Norm 3d St. A a Fot Ladelphia. May 13,49. I a sew Jaq sip my Southern Horre in admired song my boat and by Ogle in in u popular song the Jolly old Crow a celebrated ethiopian Sou 5ly>f&lher, he was nut a kit of a of say thou Best and Brig Neit a a list thee fairest a be the Odd fellow s polka Telegraph polka Lamar Tlok polka Fenc Ibea polka icicle Gallopade. Fahey Woltge whales Wain and March Ltd a Cauzy if the Waltz a fax brie rolex tue pro be aah Brand March. gtd a a amp to with a Jarge colie�2ion of a usle pm hrs Iettonj Tao a Yipu Pukui songs Waltz i polkas. Marches Vanosti Furj a arranged for the piano guitar. Flute separately und together. It pieces nut of baud obtained to order Ati Bannan cheap Book and music stores. A Fecit 1,1519. A 36. A t favorit. New Auto Cut Wiful to Tifel song _ had Rillito a. Blocks fur co pm Fuy i Crape ac., to order at Short mute for Burreci Inturri nation As to a to and adaption of the a to ova from he i Penni ted to refer to the flt Dic messes Joseph George Arehur Quot Artim . Mates John my auses master a a Lamar a adj a John l. May we a i fros. A div to Orde it respectfully by lice Over Horace shiite Eli sit i aug.j8, i4j. A qualities Jad paving bricks Wing duct real men a t and builder ick Loyer. Tulja proprietor. Of-ucst., Pottsville. Proprietor. A if on pro 1 Kea Tullu lilt Ulbick of a 5q a texts of he subscriber has just to Ecci Ved a Supply of Eye Gantly bound and ii Tapuc and by tan sell tif50 cents per copy. Also a bal look Libles a Iutva As 3d Cut. Each at a Frh Pup whole Lai sept. 1.180 it bibles with Good print at the us usually Law cate a to Banna Jeff banna5 i and a Lati botfjcttoics., i Pottsville Tea Ethie session Well a it al Willcox ii enc of monday the Enop raging prospects of to diced Jhu to undergo c to make Mituri Enstam Scis Jua of ini Erc. A Cnasi. Rale Addil tho ,3nj such quip Moi a tho recitations Rou is As will to he Tenc Bers in theirld Fereal to wry lectures will also the see Jon one course on cult , by the teacher of Kaier course on the. Fit i b revolt in Eurt history and Perhaj ?e a teacher a of the As follow. Pm at 8cunkider. A. A 1 of ancient language Dambly . I Aristother Little. A. X a Rcharles e. ii a a a a Llwis 4 a to ei.e. Jtb a 1heodorf. Ir1bh, to a Catt Rufus t 18, 1549. A Cine. A blushed institution by 3il of september. Academy Bave in a a a Sid Erable expense re than Ordinary i has been tade to a ills Bave been made Ford great fact Lime a armenis. Anum a Deli ii during Nix try Muj natural Ilsc Loncess Aneth ii of 178�, a cause i. By the Leauber of astronomy by the a per tents Are full of teacher of math Malies teacher of natural of history and Geog r. Modern languages t Vii Yursi it no 34-ft

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