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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

From the Lady's Book, for June, 1836. THE UNWEIJDED ONE. bt jotrx naKcis. It's very pleasant, certainly. To laugh, and smile, and talk 1 And I most say. by night or day, I love a lonely walk ;. And flirting, oh! I love to flirt; And dancing's very pleasant: And how I dote on singing, too. When but las toved is present! One looks eo very plaintively, .. While warbling for th "We met," But what, alas! oh! what's the use T r am not married yet! What is the aim ef all oar lives T A settlement snd marriage >' Some people think they can't, but / Would do without a carriage. Oh, Hymen! god of endless joy ; Oh, Hymen! gqd of bliss T It's really very, vsry hsrd. That I am still a "miss." My heart is rilled with bitter sighs. My gown with tears is wet: In vain I sigh—in vain I cry ; 1 am not married yet' . And why not 7 shame upon the age, Poor'. avaricious! mean ! 1 would not wed for paltry gold ; -' No ! not to be - f queen. Yet ye "creation's lords" look do*rn On us—because ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

BACunocs aBacraxn »t amosm $«mtiay CreniBg ltauUa*;i Many are the trials which the bejievwr hasx'su undergo* painful an the saerirkM be is required to make, and lb* stroggts between duty and inclination is often severe. 'lint we fcebm ihero U noose tn which dhtv is utefsutd, and inwhicb, it is performed osoo im principles) ofths gospeL , where God stow Hot fi«s> oa mocfc more evcsJisi point ofbappineaa ttwm iTww bad chosin theevif. It is to ke denied that we saay ba msktisficsW* * Bat in thesw csssw , tbs) resuxn It aat taat thoro k any deficieney in ihe goodness of the Lord, but that there ia a lack of singleeess and smeerity rii ourbeaiis. Like Annxiali, wn may do wiodfbtri > notwithaparfbet mind. There is an Aehsn la : (be earan- Ihete ia a lingering took tothessn toat is kA behind—the heart ia cfrvidsd against itself, and Um feelings are in a etaie of inssjrwcsr tioo. Bat where tks> choice Is msde—where lh» contendinr elahns-ss " sin tad bolincsa are...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

From the Phil. Enquirer. | A SUCCESSFT'L EXPERIMENT—ANTHR ACITE COAL—STEAM NAVIGATJION. , ExUacl to the Editor dated ; . 'j New York, Jans 15tbJ 1836. . Mi Dcas. Sis : I have this moment [returned from s most interesting trip up the North River. The object was to test Doctor Noll' s j principle in making Anthracite Coal tributary tojthe great purpose of steam navigation—The trinmph is complete. Never, since Fulton succeeded, has there been won a greater victory in this department of science and of mind. It desertes a place in the great volume of human benefits,'alongside the recorded sehievetnents • ef the great man; and it will be placed there. Pennsylvania ought to be foremost in her -acknowledgments for [this grand discovery. It strikes deep into her Anthracite regions, and cannot fall of lumitgJiei jeoel mountains into gold mountains. Henceforth, the ocean will be the wide theatre for the consumption of the long bidden treasure, I predict, thst in twenty .four months from ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

1 SCHUYLKILL TaHety Clothing Store, OomirJ Vkemiia <** ScbuylKdlBeaih etrttlt, WileietoMa, oppose thk city Store Hove: if^HEiubscriberthankfJl for past favors, begs 3*i£M. kane to inferm bU for|iner customers and the I wubBc^Kierally, that havihg made extensive ad-I dTtto^Th^« tore sndrt eck ofgood.,he« now t S^«eT to offer them Superfine and Common ! b^ropfProek at Dress Coals; Panto. Vests and I K^ndalou ts, wholesale or retail, much below the ! onaldarket prices, for Cash. iTreheral assoiUnent bf Cloths, plain and rib-I t-J? Hsslmeres., plain Indsuioed; Csssinetts, S ffi Vestrng^ -kS will he m.de ! ^^atprUesth^ catoot ftfl to phase. - ! MkfJstw««« wperrSdeiplet o^ombaxioe •- S?K/wUc 5!?',y '.t'lTCani Suspenders, 3&^i^hicfk,^to, JS tolsffsld «*»">?• *»**•Tnarcharng. fi% er.-Ulle rf' ^^"*f * I' ^^^dttogiasirL. 0- the C«»U, Boat-I P KVitt &&1 tius^tobiishmcot narticalsr-I »^^rfc%LLOM. B- FW»/^fMw* "^

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

TERMS OF pLbLICATIOnT- Two Dollars per annum, payabie semi-annually in advance. j ^ ADVEtt-nsjaiEJrrs not exceeding twelve lipes, will be inserted three times {for one dollar—twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion; larger1 ones in proportion. J . IfT" AH letters, dec. Lddressed to ihe Editor on Tmsiness connected iviiB the establisbmeat, must bo . poat paid, or they will net be attended to. ATgENTS FOttTHfe MINEH'S JOURNAL PAJoiTo... Jonathan Coflco.Merchanta Coffee House; Heading J.Samuel Hitter, P.M. ^ '-

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

POTfTSVILsLp. &A-TURtf AYfo|PKmSG, JULY 2, 1B3&. O^'RlsrpMffs, Cfcdt», Covin's, 0iUs dfLddnif.and llandttHU of every djStcripUnnjieatly printed althtfOfget. at thtlamtricaVi price* .

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

FOURTH OF JULY The ensuing Annivcrsajy of American! Independence, will lie celebrated without! much ostentation >in our' iborough. We shall have neither processions nor orations. The Light Infantry having taken its departure yttsterday f<$ Milton—some of us will feel quite :desef <|d. The Troop, however, remains to console us. We shall have a couple of public dinners, howr everT—one at the pennsyli&uiia Hall, anr> ther at the National Hotel} Pope, speaking of his friend at table, says: "There St John mingles in: the friendly bowl, The feast of reason and thei flow of soul." May our friends do likeii|se—"soberly," as rby Lady Gtaco-says-lfwe add temperately and wisely, '.1 Fourth of July at'itarrisbvrg.—We leam from the Pennsylvania Telegraph that on the ensuing anniversary of American Independence, the presence of Gen. William Henry Harrisori^the Hero of the Thames, together with the Hon. Francis Granger, and several distinguished members ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

l ; From the Harrisbarg Chronicle. PfiEcsrs WrrrrNKvl—The history oTfbis favourlie, of the New York faction, this secret agent of tbf Lesgue of Government Banks, is likely to beeonic public. One of the Washington papers gives a fac-simile of a Bank note, ornamented icith a ' figure of KING GEORGE, and tigned by Whitney, as President of the Kingston Rank. It alfeo gives the following history of that individual. j uThc letter of this New York gentleman states lljat Whitney was domiciled in Canada during-the Lite war; that he took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain, and acted during the war, or part of the war, as Commissary for the British army Such was the satisfaction given to, the Canadians by the conduet of Whitney during the war, that a short time after its conclusion a bank was established at Kingston, and, as if to reward him for his zeal in the British cause, ho was made president. The sequel however shows, that he who is s. traitor to his country will be faithles...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

• ¦ ^COFFfcE ANDIPISTOLSfORTWO," =be=c ,..,., 1 .. ¦-.... 1 I'romthePenn.Teleer anb.- 1 os •cmox ajtd HiiiioNT" sinvro. Early on Monday morning last, oar town was thrown in an snmmsl commotion by a report that the officei oflhe Reporter was beset by s mob, who had engaged in mortal combat with dabs, dirks, pistols, *c Upon repairing' to the scene of action, it was found to be a squabble between the owners of thee*-, tablishmcnu (Mr. Wharton of Reading, and editor Patterson J for possession, which resulted, by the force, of superior numbers>and the promise of a compromise: in favor of Patterson, n. [ On inquiry into the facts of the matter, we fitid them to.be as follows Mr. Wharton was the owner of the' State Jounfat' establishment, conducted by Crabb & Barrett, which at the late Union and Harmony Convention, was united with the. Reporter, fflr. Wharton becoming an equal joint stock spanner of tho same. Tho contract was made lor three" fears, but Patterson, de...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

WHO SHALL BE MARRIED? The Taunton (Mass.) Reporter tells the follow, mg story of judicial and (wc doubt apt) judicious interference to prevent a marriage. The idea, of incompetency to support themselves; is one of the finest strokes of political economy that we have, seen.—What wpuld be done in this part of the-,' country, should an inquest of- that iMture be held ' upon all "proposals?" We copy tho nrticle:—f/. S. Oat. ' ' . . '• Te marry, at not to marry, t/iat't the OBfition." "Two of the worshipful magistrates of this county have been engaged. a couple of days in this town ^ in trying the. question whether a man . snd woman should hs permitted to enter-into ths honorable and responsible estate of matrimony:— Evidence was adduced as to the competency qLhsi the parties to support themselves, ana also as to C" the intellectual capacity of each. The Justices and the counsel seemed utterly te drsremember the fact that lhcy could live upon love—as is proved in many novels, plays...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

MARRIED. „& At Port Carbon, on Suirdjjjfcst, the 2Gth June, by Wm. B. HuIl^H|Mr. James Pet on, to Miss. Na/a^^^ , both of Norwegian townssflHRaTylkili

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

KEVIEW OF THE JrlABKET. eatttoilu^m^KPFVSxT WHEAT FLOUR.by the loa^gpJRrJMron Fr ¦WHEAT 140 per m>ajss«Hemand . RYE FLOUR 3J«Bffiwt.ia demand. Byvi:KWHEAj»jPeTOR 2 00percwt.indemand| ItV*. hv t^gfttnWtn tehtsby (he bushel—ready RYE CHOP 75 confsperbuslielindemand. OATS 45 cents—ready sale" POTATOES30 centsperbusheBndemand. CORN—65 cents per bushelin demand TIMOTU Y SEED—$2 00 per bushel. FLAXSEKD—81 53 perbuehelindmnand. "•• WHISKEY—35 ccnis per gallon." BUTTER—13ccntsperpooad—inKogtlOcents EOGS— 14 cents per dozen. LARD—12centspcr pound-TALLOW—9 cents per pound. , HAMS 13 cents per pound. , CORN CHOP 65 centsjictbushclin demand. BACON—18 cents per poSbd. BF.BSWAX—IScentsperpouhd. FEATHERS—40centSnerponnd. COMMON WOOt.—40 cenwnerponnd. -. MA£KKRF.L:bythebbl.No.l.t85Q-No,2,t700 SALT—2 62j per obi.; 80perbashcl. PLASTER, ia worfh $6 SOpcrton. HAY S16 per ton.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

Tresh ruits, ttc. JUST received and for sale, wholesale and retail, very low, by the subscriber, 4 fresh assortment of Oranges ana Lemons 'Smyrna Figs Prunes—fancy and plain boxes Bunch, Rloom. Sultans and keg raisins Citror.. Cloves, Mace and Cinnamon' Ground Cinnamon arid Ginger Sugar, But.er and Water Crackers - An assortment of Cor.fectionaries Hard. Soft and Paper shell Almonds Blanched do Tamarinds and Dates ' Perfumery, Teeth and Hair Brashes ' Fish-hooks and seagrass lines Violins. Flutes and Files An assortment of Toys, &c. July 2 33 JOHN S, C. MARTIN INSOLVENT DEBTORS.—THE ,ubscrib«rs has applied totae Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Schuylkill county, for the benefit oflhe several Acts of Assembly passed for the reliefottnsol tent Debtors, & that the said Judges hivesppointed Monday the 25th day of JULY next,at lOo'cfockin tho forenoon, at the Court House, in Orwfgsburg, for tha hearing of us and ourcrcditors.when and where they mayattend if the...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

O^r .Owing |o the absence oflhe editor the first^No.if the semi-weekly Journal will not be issued until Wednesday the X3ih inat. I Great Improtkment in Steam Navigation by the use of Anthracite Coal. We refer |ur readers to the first page of our paper for an article in relation to the recent experiment of Dr, Nott, in Rie steamboat Novelty, by which the triumphant adtlantages of -Anthracite Coal over every other species'of fuel for steam navigation, hSive been 'completely demonstrated. Slope the publication of the article referred so, a "Card" has appeared in tbe ^ New York papers, signed by twentytwxTofthe ptssengcrs, with David B. Ogden, Esq. at their head, confirming the entire succe; 9 of the experiment. Speaking of this c rd, the New York Courier St Enquirer sa rs—' Wo invite public attention tp it as announcing toJ.be world an evsnt which, to the,'people of the U. Stales, is destined to prove only second in importance! to th'q grand discovery of Fulton himself." Steam boat w...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

STEAM MILL—STEAM ENGINES, <UCOTTON MANUFACTORIES. The aeam flour itniII of Messrs. Clemens & Parvin has been in operation about a couplejof weeks, and the performance of the machinery, we are happy to learn, fully equals the expectations of the proprietors. ljhe engine is of 15 horse power, arid works handsomely. The whole machinery pf the establishment is of home, rrranaraciufc.r. Wo except of course, some oflhe mhtenais. . Theengine was manufacturedlin our own boroughf m the workshop of those enterprising and skillful me-' chamcsJMessrs. Haywood & Srjydcr—and tvo dount whether any thing 'superior to some specimens of their workmanship can be produced in any part of our state. We hope tlikt their success in business may be commensurate with tbeir acknowledged rrrerita.j Wo believe the sphere of their business will bo greatly enlarged when these ifeeome known and appreciated be-^yond tnis immediate neighborhood. There U§i*re four pair of .stones conceded...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

;f ' "w FOB •t&'M$n^fMl*Mii' • Jdr. BASSA.k-4-As;.one ot.the TWttors; at the examination of the pupils of Miss Clark's Femafe Seminary, on last Tuesday, I take pleasure in being able to express throughf your valuable paper, my great delight |t the manner in which the exercises werl conducted throughout, and in so doing, I lam confident that I do but spoak the unifed feeling^ ofa highly respectable audience- - Besides thelcjasscs in! mental find common Arithmetic., Geography, Geometry, Grammar, <|hemisiry, Astronomy and Botany, f wa? gratified particularly, wilh those on Gellogy, Natural Philosophy, and English trnd American History. The ^reading was fine. NTbe lessonlin Calisthenics is calculated in art eminent degree to instruct while it delights; a gracelul address is as important as almost any other branch of a polite education, fof xw'th°u* this; neither *the natural endowments of the person, nor the acquirements of |he mind can be set forth to advoktlage. x...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

0*We are now busily engaged in making out bills up to the firsx ol July—and would be pleased 10 receive > vrsit from all those who know themselves ihdebted to Uiis establishment.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

PROCLAMATION.— Whereas the; Honorable Calvin BnrriiE, Ksquirc, Preside'ntipflhe scveral Courts'ol Common Pleas ef the couffties of Dauphin. Lebanon, and Schuylkill, in Pennsylvania, and justice of the several Courts ofOyei!a*. d Terminer and G eneral Jail Delivery, in the said Counties, and George Raiah and Daniel iost. Esquires, judges of the court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, for the tr&l of all capitaf and blBer offenders, inlhesaidcomity ofSohnylkill—by trjeij preempts by me directed, tested at Otwigtburg, tbe 30jh day of Mar. 1836. have ordered the Court of Qyef and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, to be hplden at Orwigsburg. on the last Monday of July ncit. (being the gknofsaid month,) to continue one Weds. Notice ii therefore hereby given, to trfc coroner, the iustices of the neacc, and constables of die said county ofSchuylkill, lhat they arc by the saidgirecepls commanded to be then and there at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

PROCtAMATION^-Notieefis bertby given that a Court of Common Plan J, for the trialof cans*, m ia»oe, Isi and tor the county ot SehoyHrfJI, will be held at Orwigsburg, in the dohnty aforesaid, on Monday .the 18th day of July ncijt^ at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. .. ['( Therefore all persons having suit* pcnding.and all persons whose duty it shall be to irfpear M saidCourt, will lake notice and govern ibcmseilrcs accordingly. lIENRylHAL'SH, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, OnVigs- ) : i burg, July 2. 1836. $ Mi 33-3 63r Punctual attendance is dcrparfdod of the Jurors snd Witnesses summoned to attenijfthii Court. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 2 July 1836

SILK HATS. WHITE and Blscfc Silk .Hats oClho meat fashion, just received and for sale: ill the rtoreof dAVEK & TEAS.; < Jena 18 j ?W

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