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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

TEXAS. The news from this country is of a most melancholy cast, the report being that Col. Fannan, on the 23d ult. sent out a scouting party consisting of 50 men, who were massacred—that on the 24tb he sent out a skirmishing party of 150, who shared the same tale—that he then resolved to destroy the fort of Goliad, burn^he town, and cut bis way through the enemy, encamped in his neighborhood, as his provisions had tailed and his garrison had diminished to 300—but in attempting to cut his way he was surrounded and compelled to'capiulate and lay down his arms, after which, with characteristic treachery, he and\all his men inert shot by the Mexicans. This is a iart of the. latest intelligence received, by the arrival of the Gen. De Kalb, at New Orleans from! Brazoria, whence she sailed on the 3d April—contained in the Nevf Orleans Bee, which paper thus continues: The detachment ef volunteers from Georgia under Major Ward, has been also cpt off, with the exception ofthree persons,...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

Hv>j»ry W. Conrad at homf; ,!i PUBLIC MEETING, j At a meeting of the democratic citrzenajof the borough of Pinegiove, assemble^ at the house of Peter Filbert, on Tuesday ihtf 26ih tost, for the' purpose of conadenrntf the qualifications of the two respective candidates for the legislature of this state, who have been submitted by two content tional bodies to the electors of this couptj^, for their support at the Special ElecTtoh trJ ~be held! on Saturday next, JOHfi~ STEES. Eta. was appointed PresideOt-j-Peteb JtLercr, Jacob KvfRrt and Jjnup H uses,Vice Presidents, and John Strjmp. fier and Pivl £Fawef,i Secretaries'. ! 1 When on motion a committee consisting of PeterjTiibert, John Striropflfr, Wijliajn Graeff, Sr| G. IN. Eerierl* JaV C. 0|ivr|r, Major B. Boncwitz, Jacob Huhnr, Isaiie Harvey and Benji Eckle'r were nppfjinlfed to draft resolutions expressive of theiserjse of this mee|ling, with instructions to report foithwilh, Who hajriog retired a short ti>Jte; ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

. m Academytorfovng%sutie rm^HE Sisters of Charity,! whose rapsjiation is i JK- so well established tbroughout|lbe Union, fand who consequently need; optnowjaay reenmrncndatiouw 1 to their competency and cnaracter, have undertkken to establish in Pottssilie, an Academy for young ladies, where ati- the (branches of a polite andaolii educaUoiv will Wtaoghtivii: Orthogrsphy," Heading,. Writing,' i ArithmctJc, GrsmrBar. English Com^ios jtian, Elocntion, Bscrei and Profane HivJpi^rr^Aneient and Modern Cltfronoloryj. Geewt»phy,J with the-use of Ut» Glebes, Natoral PhaojropBy, Xstrouoroy,Chemi»- try, fogetner with plain arid fancy Needle Work. Music, Vocal anUinstrsitrjr^rtal .Drawiop.Painting snd embroWery, will ihe Uoght if required, .hot wiUrform^^fefareos charges. Ksrents whs send tl^rchilQ^rentothitbelioiT T may rely with coruldeoeeca the faithfbl (and |eoTi»eientJoiis iuchsrJoMthedatiea which the Ssters undertake tonerior^ with tlis' retigioos or^nwioaofthet^jnla, wiirevtfr^be perm...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

: TJtefc«6\ni)S%0D^BiD*a« iiv^r»^6V*lo»^^'/-/' ¦ ~ T*. ¦'' $iowL At JocUomilft Courier April i£ T: i. mblA^A^raiiRs. . V. //Since our last, nothing orHaportsnee be* been neard from auydivisinn of thearmy. Byanar. rival from Foil Drane, we Ics^n ihst oh 1st iastant an express reached there from Genera! Euslis, sUting that he was destitute of eoriu and .forage for his bone*. . He bak about^00 niuunted men Vn bis division. Having' no oorn or forage at Port Crane to send him, tbey must have sngiyed - exceedingly. General Eostia was then abouttwsnty.fire miks from Fort Drane^ and four or fire da ys' march behind Gen. Scott. \ It has now been sixteen days since Gen.. Scott reached thoOuitLlscoochc. Consiuerabltr anxiety is left with regard to them. They cairnotnave met the Indiana near the old fighting ground, as their guns would have been heard. TJfste is little doubt, that Gen. Scott has marched toTamps Bay. It is possible, that the Indians, on seeing his force, deemed it best to ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

1 POTTSy lIsjLE. , '• ¥A7yUB.»A.Y MOBNIHG, APIs, 30, ffi3lj|. ti^Pamp UeU,Check*,Card*, Rill* of Lading tan* that iiS*afeoerydeKrifCu>n^ead ypTinUdaUkitOftce.it Uuwmeitcashjirtcei. ''" * . ~ '. 0 ^"Miners, and laborers ot almost every des ription are very scarce in this neighbor tood.b A large number could find im-. fete fiale em]A6ymsjBt at high wages. j 1 v'ant^d, at thisilofnce, an active tad to . sel .papers on Saturday afternoons. - i !".j[£r.The Rev. James De Per,-w^i "" prt ach his farewell sermon in St. Lukes; <3Jjsrch, ,to-morrow morning.. Service^ ta sommenCe at the u^ual hour. / '' the Rev. Doct. Irf'CAa-fEE, wM$y&& in the Presbyterian Church, at Por* Carbo 1, to-morrow morning.-,Serviceto com-L- m rnce at itfo'ciock. ' y Pottsville Water Compajty\—Bf an ad rertisement-in another column, it will b* se jn that tbe books of tbe^Pottsvilie Write' Company'- will bo/ again opaned on W onday next, for the^rpose of receiving st bscriptious to ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

PUBLIC BJEElTNCrV, A meeting ofthe citizens of the borough of Pottsville,-: opposed to the election of Henry W.Conrud to the legislature, convened at the public house of Mr. George Strouse, on Thursday evening last. On motion of John M.fJroslaod, SAMUEL SILLYMAN was cafled: to the Chaif, nod John S. C. Martin, appointed Secretary. \ After the object ofthe meeting was stated from the Chair, it was unanimously Resolved, That the borough be laid out in wards or districts—-and that committees of vigilance be.appointed for said wards or districts—whereupon thefollowing persons were »pp<BUted, viz: Mount Carbon. A VWhite J Anderson - Thus Sharp J Shelley Morris's Addition. G C Wynkoop i JM Crosland Jno T Hazzard ' J M Lewis fdwrence Lawler Wm Carter - > DJRidgway Capt Whipple S J Potts BvckleyU Addition. 1P Wolostou EG Bland' N Evans G H Potts S B Fisher Centre Street froin, Morris ' Addition t6 Mahantango street. Jacob Kline J C Oftcrman Ben j Say John Sites Dr Palm...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

JKARB1 ED*. . OuS inday last, by tb e Rey. Mr. Deprii, Lewis . Ibilweb, Merchant, of Port Car* bon, to Hart, taught ej of Mr. Peter Au^ rand of the same place. On 1 'uesday last by the Revi R. Dunlap. Dr. Bonham R. Gi LMtniaTy Of Washington, to Ei.17.abet*j i S. daughter-of Williat i Boyd, of Girajrdville. *ln P itladelphia, onJVedrjesday evening the iSih inst.by the Lev. C. R.Demme, D. D. dr. John F. He llermann, of Philadelpti ia, to Miss Sophia., eldest daughter of the lute George f.otchford Usher, of the cit j of New York 03** The Collectors on the different rail roads ' rill please send: in their wecklyreports f >r publication. ¦^¦^

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

•tralRBT TROOP SCHtTYMOLL COUNTY * CAVALRY5rVill isiredeon trm^ytbefrtb May, J836, at 2 o'clock T. M. al Mortimer's Hotel; Will also parade on Wednesday Ihe 18th of May, at 9 o'clock Ai M. at Mortinter*» Hotel, By Command. / - J. PyWOLLAfKPON r. 8. April SO / , j" S4-*

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

NEW GOODS. XUST received #nd now opening, a large and ** general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, tit: / Superior fine bine and blaek Cloth . Medium arid low priced. do j. Invisible/green, olive, bottle grcan. clMh Adalia/Violot and brawn do Sled/mixed and drab < • do Blue, black and drabCaasimerea > Cabal, Cord, Striped and Lavender Cassimcres SaltioeUs, all colors and prices Superior and common fustians and Buffalo cloths Blsck, brown and drab summer sloth Lasting*; drilling and jeans Genoa and Pittsburg card and cotton cassimcres Brown and bleached sheeting and shirting . French, English and domestic prints St chinUea Painted Lawns, painted muslins' and ginghams Silk, Valencia, and Marseilles vestings Heavy and common check and ticking Linen and cotton diaper* , Ttouieslic and Irish linens Tow lines and country flannels Coloured Cambricka, corded skirts, &c. Umbrellas and parasols Ready made coats, pantaloons and vests - Leghorn and palm leaf bats ( ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

A LIST of wholesale dealers ii retailers of Joieign merchandise wntun the county of Schuylkill, to-•eiber witnuwtduujisBUlsssssasriii rwhlAUiey have been placed bj the Associate Judges and (Jammssaioners of said county. Those marked with a (*) have paid their License. ' SEVENTH CLASS. JosepMCem Pottsvitle j Sauiusl Thompson «• Bull* Lewie *° James SiUyman, Jr. do N. Nathans &.Co. «P J MiUer & Haggerty A Co. do JohnTHazzard ' do T. dc J. Beatty do Gaiua Moore do Samuel Haiti &. Co. do Pollock &. Weaver ™ JobnC. Ernst . , do . ¦ Joseph White * Son Msnheim township EIGHTH" CLASS. A.A.GUe Pottsville J.G. Hehr do David Watkins do Joseph Dortliogor do John Clayton ; « John K. r'eluiagle do Adam Eylcr *J* fscob Kimmel' do Jobn Kantuer do Stephen Taylor do James Gillmgnara °° Charles VV.Clemens ? * Joneph Whitfield " *» John Martin «"" MnhestrtrousA . ' d° ^_ t. & K. Hammer < OrwajsUurg Josepbllammer Jv Jscob Huuuunc«r, Jr. *o Leib A Chri...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

mprims and 8idTjia-<r CooJw, THEsats^ribtrbaakict receivcdalarsa arslseneral sassrtaiiat ofSpriagsad Summer (Tooils, which he assarestne public, will besotd as cheap as any in Aa llorough. aad partieilarly nnteaawtrsiods aad thepsbuc iH generit, to! call andexamiiia lor theasselvel |JOBNCtAiTTJS. sprliSoims . L Sl-t

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

PcrtUTiUe Water rDom|Miiiy. ¦JfN parsaaoce of a resolo lissi of lJ»e Bosrt of ¦¦^Pitec tors of lbs Pottsville Water Com?any,the boi>Uofaaid CocafauiywiUbeec«aedatlhe?ub. lie house of Mr. William Mortisser , oa Monday next, the 3d of May, for the purpose of/receiving sdo^tkmslsubscriptiioos to the stock ofskidCompai ny. The books wuleonUnoe epse/from day lb day. until the number of shsjes /required 10 introduce the,-»ater into the borough aresutiecribsd April 30 «-3N t» Contractors. PROPOSALS wiU be received to the lSUf May inclusive nest, for Grading and Laying a Rail Road from the Mill Creek Kail Road to the Coal Mines, opening on Wolf Creek, distance from one Ihird.U one half mUe. Tbe limber will be found standing on tbelandl tbe Contractor to Sty all exseihscs of cuuingi sewihg, hauling, 4tc or informalioo and particulars apply to Mr. ROBERT B; IfELlGH, Pottsville, and to whom Ihe prdnosa,la are to be i directed. April 30 34-3 NEW SPRING f SitJMMER DRY QOODS. MILLER ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

IfflBllsfSTORB. * Caven & Teas rsTaTAVE just opened in the store formerly occupied LatjY by Jaines Appleton, three doors north of the {national tfcfeel, Centre streeua large and splendid assorunest of Spnuz and Summer Goods, Groceries, China, Glass and ^ueenswarc, etc consistuie of ' Blue, black, olive, urab.and mixed cleths Mlue. bUSuaray and m'iseil cassimarea uo inixeu, gray aud brown saluuetts Drau aud- calourcd beaverteens ^ t'saloon*, drillings sud fancy suines Bleached snd unbleached drilliiiKa do do muslins ^ ' Irish Baens. lawas oi Londoii prints.American d< Bilk velveu and WJrseilles vesungs btucks. suspanders.liose 'Ginghams, check and ockinga ' Paiutol Muslins, cbinu's aud bstnbaiines Swtts, mull and jaconet muslins - do do figuredf Laces, thread and bubjineii edgings r'aucy bdkfW, sits aud crape do Hjusiao diaper, damasli do &uk>. skirt* and fringes Laities Ac geiiilemeo s boskin & beaver gloves Uuibri.4!a's, dour-inats. ^ '1 ra...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

Cambric Musliiis, «Vc. JUST opened,,* tine-assortnicnt of 6-4 figured striped, cross barred, and plain Caiiibiic; 4-4 and 6-4 jacouett; Bgufcd and plain Bobinelt, .Swi««, Mull and Bishop Lawn Mualin, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Irish Linen,fyctfc for sale by . MILLER 4 HAGGERTY. apriiSO 34-3 PENKNIVES AND RAZORS. B BAN NAN has just received a fresh supply * of Joscps Rodgcrs 4. Sons cctcbratcd Penknives, warranted genuine, and direct frnm the importer. Also an assortment of Rodgcrs' celebrated Silver Steel Razois,'single, or in cares. April 3ff 24- GAMA GRASS SEED.—Just recci'vui, a supply ofGania Grass. Seed. This is Ihe grass that bears cutting every 14 days li>r soiling, snd every thirty dsys for bsy, from tha Middle ot May Ull frost, say till Uie middle of November and* has yielded al the rale of 64' tons to the acre under peculiarly favorable circumstances, and from an acre of which 30 Ions may be caleulau-d npon. Tlie earlier it is sown in Ilia spring tbe beuer. ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

P - UHMae; *&$*.:;:. URSUANT toaa Order ofthe OrahaBs' Chart of SchnyIkin Coanty, emlMomlay the 9th mty »f May nest, at 5 o'clock Pj M. Charles Eliet, Adnllnistratbr Of the estate oft Jeremiah J. Fosterjate of Port Carbon, cfessssmJ. will expose to sale |y Pnbltc Vendue, at the nablic hoctj of 1 Wm. Mortimer, hi the bbrongh ofPottaTuls, a certain Weasuage, tenement and lot of irropnd, sitoslei'in-Lawton's Addition to fort Carbon, 8chnrl|iU eonnlyi eohlaining ih Ir^olsrsiitytwo feel and in length or depth one hundred and My feLbeitig lot No. 93, in Lawtjjo 's Add%n lb Fart Carbon, excepting the Stnjne and Fossil Coal Wat roiy be on the premises, hte the amats of Said secsaseu*. CHARLES ELLET, ' Administrator^ By ardor ef the Court, T JOS. MORGAN, Clerk, O. C Orwigsburg, March 30th, 1836. | 93-4 Battalion Ortttrs. THE enrolled inhabitants of the Cewttty of Schuylkill composing tbe 30u> Regttaant P^ M: Will Uke hotioB that they are required to pa-: rade in Baltafion ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

- Ten Dollars [Rewartl. _„. RAN AWAY from the sub. ifc(jCi seriber.rn the Borough of Potts. JH|: viltej oh Soijday last, a bound ApflHK^ prcatice ta dm- fsboemakuig btisi"tJvS weak named W^k ROBERT METERS, fSgBJfVsssslisa about 6fteeu years of age; bad on "'- \T k Gray RoUndabootand Pantaloon* aad a Tor Cap. Anyl person delivering the said Apprentice lo the subicriber, shall be enti-Uedts the above Reward. I ... ABRAHAM MlESSE, April 23 I 23-3

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

< Forty Dollar8 Reward t RANAWAY from the! subscriber on Sunday the I7tb of April inst-j two indented Appren-; tices to the Boat Building business. One-named: Villi am mjkinney, aged about 17 years, small sixe, curly hair of a' blsck colour, baa- last the! nail off of one of his thumbs—had on when he Went away a new For Hat, Blae Cloth Doubhvbreasled Roundaboot and Blue Cloth Pantaloons. The other named - PETER jFOY, aged about 17 years, small site, slim fsce'snd dark bait, and dressed liio same ss Uie other. Tbey each carried withlthcm a bundle of clothing, some of which art!tarred from caulking boats, and were seen on the road towards Harrisburg, and will probably go to Pittsburg. Forty Dollars will be giYto for apprehending and confining them in any Jail in this State, or twenty dollars for either by informing the subscriber thereof. JOSEPH SHELLY. PotlsvUie, Schuylkill Co. Pa. April S3 83 3 Intelligencer,: Harriabnrg; and Statesman, Pittsburg, will each give.the above t...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

National light Infantry PARADE on! Monday the 2d day ot May, 1836, at the. Armory. alS o'clock, A. M. in Summer Uniform. By Command. wm; shenfelter, April 33 23-2 Firs: Sergeant; TAIIiORUVCr. THEsobscribto respedlluliy informs hisfriends snd the public generally, that be has removed his Shop into Norwegian Street, a lew doors below Centre St. adjoining Mr. Thomas Realty's Dwelling house, where he will be happy to ace liis-fricnrfs generally. He also informs Iheni thst be has just received tbd Spring Fashions from New York and Philadelphia', which will enable him to make op ail clothing entrusted to him in -ihe most I'ssbuinsble manner, and from the workmen be^liae employed, b* is enabled to make them in Uie best .manner and at the sluirlest notice. WILLIAM HARDY.. April 513 ! 23-3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

JVOflCE. ENCOURAGED by some trends of Music, the su,brcriberji«s concluded jto give instructions on the Forte Piano aud Violin here al Pottsville, as he has done furl two years_nsst sl New Beitiri,Mffioo aud Pincgrove. "By means 6T a metbod peculiar to liimself and easily cornpre- j hended by the youngest pupil as well by good conduct and proper attehUon to the improvement of his scholars, be flatters himseli'lhat he wilt be able in a short time to gain the confidence of his worthy patrons. For 4 Lessons per week or 50 per quarter, 7 dollars will bo considered a reasonable cu'mpeusatioo. The subscriber is also competent and capable of tuning Piano Forte's and offers his services. lie lives at M r. Liuzcniiioyer, 3d street. PHILIP JACOB DEIN1NGER, Teacher of Piano Forte, Violin and Organist from Germany. Pottsville, April 23 33-3 Mr. Deiningcr has good certificates from Milton, New Berlin snd pinegrove for good moral 'character,' teaching and tuning Piano Forte's, and we have found...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 30 April 1836

• JAUTlOiV. A LL personv are hereby cautioned fiom tret-•**- passing on Uie property of the subscriber, situated .on the Mount Carbon Rail Road, in Norwegian township, known by Uio name of the Seventy-live Acre1 Tiact- : A penalty of Fifty Dollars will be inflicted on ary person or pcrsuns 'found catling or carrying away Timber, or otherwise trespassing on said property. . ROB. WOODSIDE, Agent of N. B. Thooriin. Pottsville, april 9 21 tf Danville and PotittoBi Rail Road Company. PHtuAnsxrHiA, April 6,1836. , AN election for President, ten Managers, snd Treasurer, to solve tlie above Company liir the enaoing year,will; be held at the office ot the Schuylkill Navigation) Company, on Monday,the 2d day of May next, between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock IV M. ' 8. B. CARPENTER, Treasurer. AprillS. '! 22-3 IVew Spring «soo«Js< VELVET AND GENOA COHOS.-Jast openings very large assortment of Velvet Curds. Be> vcrteens. Moleskins, Buffalo. Also striped Plaids, Zigzag and Fa...

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