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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

. i Circwalktiaas aUbrarj. ' rYvHEsvOucxiberaaanDwapwsriboffcarrhwa' ¦¦- died tuluuw i in nis CareaJaUag Library, inrradiag nearly aB the pnh&eataaas in fight filer atare, noed withaa the last two years, together ana Sena's, Bslwer'a. Jamest and' other standard 1 Novels. To these are added weekly aO 'the new pnbfttarinus of the day as they are iisaij frssa ¦; the press. TERMS FOR READING. » ma. and all smaller works, fiw 3jtars C{ eesmv . Octavo Vats. * 13} No yearly saswaaiptsaaa wiBjba received , and aB works aria be let out by the Tobaane.' stractiom. As aa ¦ ¦ ¦¦ i auat it ia a.faubudlj oass nflaw eassasaat* leav aanney beisf cxaeaded on it that almost any other thatjsnay be aniihn ed.aadmkwaateiavrxaaaa9sry ireaerak^ caaara Ik* deermdasuaa tiaa, and asattea araead edwilhaaiaamry aaaval hitiii m Kwarlreadaasr baa •> a»aw. las. awjift^ ks^aaKm rcsdNo aesa is awnry hataer tssuwjread Batawaw at aO, •ad aasnet m rasaraedka pawraRyaaa reiaxa-«»¦ by «*w»» «*• are de...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

THE IXJURTSHIH aJJD MARRIAGE OF JONAT+lAN BLWfT. Tbere is perliapa no period in the life of a ho, man bring more iiionientoos.tbanlhatofayoaag man, when be begins to shavr, and wear a dicky ^—and of a Toung wonr^n when ahe begins to stick up hair her with «¦ comb: Then it is, that they possr-ss fcriings wbiefa vibrate at every looeh. Sucli was Jonathan Blank, as he approached the verge"of -nanbnod. His affections were not callous hnj were toft and plant. Still be was a beau —oo (op. He had no boarding school education, nor was benurtored it. fondled like a young lamb, but was trained up in a plain, homespun republican manner. He had iinbibrd none of the spirit of romance, hoi was a plain mailer of fact permit. age, and aa his name indicated a Uwmt man. He was no copyist; the way be did and said things. ,was emphatically bis own way. He has no prowtypi^—be was one of your true origiMfs, having sketched mc one of the most prominent features i of his courtship and marriage. Tlt...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

; Notice. ; j OBORGE H. BOONE and Jcast ScQrxs, As-•agaeas of Peter Weyaad, hate isrd ia tie I efSee of the PiialnaiKny of theCowrt af Cnav! aaonPhms of ckimyfkillCossay. an aceaaaMaad stateaaeat of their Iras*, aad tbe (aid Caort have aauuialad Mnaday tbe 21st day of Jtafeb, lOS. att0o*cssck ,A. M-atlistCoart Bsawe ia tbe krarosw^of Orsrsxaasrg, for the enaiiraaatsaa af laablaait to bt mafiiBMi* ^^^ , LEWIS AUDENRffiD , Fcbt ia-^ Tallin i tj. l%ew BcmIo. VjaGBUC *- WaTaTATB ECONOMY, by Jt Taeodnre Sedgwick Bjt i urb il fstiisi -f "t * *"~ byEaaaaa Roberts, aac Jaf-t* . Vti. *, araaek ewamkttta the •ark. Jw received aad snr aakt be F«h 90 14 B. BANNAN.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

ChloriBe Teeth lVash. ! The well known qhahtics of Ihe Cfctoode ofSo( da. in purifying generally,have induced this estabi { Urhmdnt lo. . prepare a Teeth-w>sh, in which i- ¦ forms an important ingredient. Ait rrocril. cleanser of the teeth :amt* enms. it h^« no equal, j Il prevents the accomuratiou o/tartar, and by des-1 troy ing all offensive "matlei in the teeth, prevesits; an unpleasant hrcatb. One greet quality this article possesses over every preparatwsi for the' same porptse is, that it keeps Ihe teeth-brash clean ' while in use. Price 37J cents per bottle. Jo* reaeived aad for sale by. & BANN AN. j

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

' " ]*' 0taC«. | , p. A LL persons having ant demands agarasttbe *•¦ Overseers of tbe Poor of the borough of Pottsville, will please to present the same on or before tbe first day of March next, to < BENJAMIN SPAYD, Overseer of the Poor of tbe borough of PoUsriDe Feb 13 13-3

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

- ^ A RUSTIC BALLAD. . j A bee, while lay sleeping yoor.g DoBy, . Mistook her red lips for tbe rose; There honey to seek irere no folly, . No flower ro sweet ever blows. It tickled, and srak'd her; when clapping Her band on the impudent bee, It stung her, and Dolly, caught napping, Came pouting ami crying to me. Said she "take tbe sting oat, I pray jonf < What way I was poxxlcd to try. And a trifling wager I'd lay you, . tWd have been as much purtkd as L • I'd heard ahont socking out poison—A sting is a poisoUous dart— !' So I kirVd her—thri act was no Wise one; Tbe stiag found its way to my heart..

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

¦ jkTVItDAY WC««jlJvG,FEB.|87, 1830. Jt&-PamphUU. Ckt -Ju, Cards, Bills of Lading .am! fmmdiilh of every da rrptumJieaUyprmte dallhitVff$e.oJtkc[o*>ettcath .>riees. *

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

individual operators, it appears that they have mined durjtag thju last year 224,969 tons, while three itic orporated companies during the syne peri >d have mined only 69,437 tons, with an incorporated capital of upwards of 600,000 dollars. So much for facta ia opposition -to theory. The fallaciousness of this' argument is therefore manifest) and is used merely because it apparently seives the purpose of helping forward the grand systematic effort now in full blast, of driving out individual enterprise and industry from the Coal Trade, and establishing in lieu thereof a multitude of petty coal companies. There can be no reason whatever presented to our Legislature for establishing incorporated coal companies, tvhicii will stand the test of examination. But on the other hand, the reasons against granting privileges and immunities to one set of- individuals which are withheld from others, are so numerous and cogent that those who sincerely have the welfare and prosperity ot t...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

V/e understandviat the SchuyakiUN8V ip^tionCon»pnrjy; have ^resolved lo deduct eight per cent, of!"the toll on coal, insteao* of the fivo per rent, ketetofo'to deducted* Enormous Prints' for JrWL-^Hickory wood of art ordinary quality, was selling in New York last week for twenty-four dollars per cord-rOak $15—and Pine 812. —Schuylkill Anthracite Coal til—Foreign Bituminous gl4 per chaldron. The Mercantile Advertiser "says that beef, pork, butter, lard, c*c. was selling proportionably high.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

LEGISLATIVE A bill has been reported in the legislature for the purpose of incorporating a company to make a rail road from Pinegrovo to Schuylkill Haven. The bill providing for the calling of a Convention to amend Ihe Constitution of the State, which had passed the Senate, has been postponed in the .House for the present. *" Mr. Steven's BilJ/or the abolishment of all secret Societies, hound together by unlawful oaths, is under consideration- The third section, which provides thai Masonry or Odd Fellowship shall be good cause for challenging a juror in trials where one of. the parties,is a Mason or Odd Fellow, after n/W'arm debate, passed hy a vole of 44 tr* 43. Thomas H. Burrowes, Esq. superintendent of Common Schools, has presented a communication to the Senate on the subject ot Education, in .which lie earnestly recommends and enforces on the legislature the propriety of making an annual appropriation of 810,000 for tbo establishment of two schoo's, for the purpose of inst...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

"•^eipnsideot^fsthe StaUabas transmitted a Message- to^Cuitnress , ;jriih copies Tjf the' correspondence bit wee a' the Secretary of Stated and the charge d'Affaires of his BriManic Mftjesty, relative to the mediation.of Great Britain in our disagreement with France, and to the determination of the Ficnch Government to execute the>i Treaty .of Indemnity without further' delay, on the application for payment^ by the agent df the United States. —The mediation has beeu rendered unnecessary by the determination of the French /government. Speaking of the United States and France, the President says-— ' The healing effects of time, a just' consideration of the powerful nv^ivc* for a cordial good under, standing between the two Nations, tho strong in. ducements each has to respect and esteem the o. Ihcr, will no doubt won obliterate Irom their remembrance all traces of that disagreement The President, again compliments the British Government, and renews, his recommendation to plac...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

FLORIDA WAR A letter in the Charleston Cornier from ons of the Charleston volunteers, dated St. Augustine, Jan. 3lst, says, Capt. Por ter of the fj. S. Troops, commands: the entire force at that fort An expirns to Him from Gen. Clinch came in Jan., 30th. The nlillrdgcvitle Recorder of Feb. 9th, states that two or more volunteer companies, for Florida, are being formed in almost every county.iu that, ¦ tote. Putnam has paiserf an additionafeempany, and also 81500 to pay their expenses. Lumpkin has proffered the corps of 'Lumpk in Mountaineers' to the Governor. Hall county her rifle corps, 4lc. The whole number from Georgia, now in Florida, or on their wny there, is about 1000": Tbe detachment from Macon, with the Baldwin and Wash. lngton cavalry, count 450 men; Augusta, 250; Savannah, 200; Glytui, 30; Darien, about 50. Sooth Carolina hea sent about 1000 more. So that, with the U. S. troops, there is a force of abodt 4Q00 men now in Florida. Gallantry of American Women.—The Morg...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

MAKllIttD. J At Orwigsburg, on'Sunday evening 21st Ffebruaty, by the Rev. M. Harpel, Joseph Si Filbert, Merchant, of Berks-county, to Matsjloa,. daughter, ot George-Rahn, Esq. late Sheriff of Schuylkillcounty. In Berks county, on Tuesdavthe 23d inst. by the Rev.- Mr- Harman, WrxuAit Taggaht, Merchant, of Tamaqua, to Esther Ann; daughter of Mt. A. ^ee, of tbe former place. DIED, At Orwigsburg, on Wednesday eyeninjr the 17th inst. ELmiea, daughter of Edward Huotzinger, of Middleport, Schuylkill county, aged 9 months and 10 days.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

r ;. I^Mu^hear Wbw' r^bfif' A [ 2.600 feet inch and half inch charry boards ii 3.SOO do half inch an4 inch poplar^ do i 2,000 do pahMUa~comi&i£pW. do* all well seasOnfsla^fo^' ikHibvf!T ^ j FebZ7 IW^-^-lgl^^feiygt eaLi^tlsW^^?1*?*1?4*8" ^e«S °r : ^^^SS9 l»ar^l#C^I ^, *^S!!?« ftW pe«dii»r,rtd all w1^J!^^ tt,, ^^vfcf>p»»>»taaklCoun »«if&fja«^drwi»> ^J**1"1* K*'08"' **»** j^. Fe h.CT.riooVj j^, ar¦dUI^a !!l!?*, »tM «a»nee i» demanded of the Jurors and WitnesaaaaummbBea to attend this Court. .

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

pTWlttaUs.4-^" (Veareauthorised to state . that hereafter th 3 Philadelphia Mail will ntrive at Pottsvile at 3 o'clock, P. M.— atad depart at 3 o'clock, A. M. C2r* Only one or t\v6 packages of the United States GizstleiMfre been received it this place, di ring the, present week, t 'bile the other sapers ale received regu-I ir. What ia.il is causelfjjiend Chandler? Fire.—We n gret to learn that a dwel' . I ng house, belon ging to Mr, George Kessier, in Deep'Crsek Valley, Barry .town-,;i tip, in this cpur ty, was entirely consumed tf! y fire, on thfl EH inst. with all its contents I except one fcec)—ahd about 200 bushels *f grain, which was stored in the garret. The fire was coi nrriunicated by means of a •tove pipe. ' i The Maucb Chun i Courier, irj an article marked by good temper and eo isiderable talent, undertakes tbe Cefence of the Lehig b Company against some late remarks >of ours direi ted against Coa| Companies in I aneral, though incii enully and for the sake of ill...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

In«liTidiikl»«fi><l. Companies. AVe ptiblifehthc»f^iowiug comparative statement ofjthe quantity of Coal mined by Individuals mad Ideoqio rated Companies, in this regipj i during the past-season.- The Statement itj compiled from the most authentic soul ce» of information, and the' general acctfracy of it may be entirely relied on. - W publish it for the purpose of refuting thefBtoii&ngijiigumorii of iucorpo-^^M c^mp*iies^ that^ndividiiaJs are incarsbteor caliyiag on the Coull Trade for vant of caMuxl! Notwithstanding the asaertitiH of S tiant of capital on the pari 0f

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

06ierUf«o,,x relati^totkelnccrporanon yJ " °f'Cadtempaxub; '\'.! [ .] Ilia an admitted axiom that monopolies are a restriction upon trade, and dtuimc/tol to the nv tercslsjoi Uie public—the mo^ooofista being frct^ from; life controling influence nf open comp^Utionf Andlttjat ihe incorporation of bodica ol men' w.itlt peculiajr privileges and limited ic*rwMibilities, is contrary to ihe true piinciplesof oar reoubjican inalJtuuods, as it is giving by law to ouc ret of men] what is denied looUieU. Accordingly, all wisa and free governments' manifest great aver-, sionito monopolies of all kinds, aad are' careful nevijr to grant tlicm but upon Uie most urgent neccssTty^nd then tHittoaccomplishsomegTijt.pau. lie hknefiti not within the reach of individual ehterprist and nuns. Neither oUght any act of mcor. porajtion In be granted but for similar means and to effett similar ends, except in those kinds of bust, nessj never attempted by individuals or prohibited tojhcm by law. ' * Ip a...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

Harrison-jt Crranger. Young Men's State Convention. fWMtE State Commitlee having recommended -¦- a Stale Convention of Young- Men, to be held at Hartisbtug, on« Wednesday tbe 23d day ot March next, for the putpose of adopting socli measures as may be deemed necessary to promote Uie success of tbe vemocratic Republican nominations of Gen. WILLIAM H. HARRf-i. SON for tho Presidency, and FRANCIS GRANGER, Sir the Vica Presidency, ' tbk. Vonpg Men of Schuylkill<»unty,;favoura.bie to sairT Nominations, are requested to meet at the Court' House, in the borough of Orwigsburg, oh Saturday tho 12 th day of March next, for Uie purpose iof electing two delegates to represent Schuylkill'countyr in said Convention. MANY YOUNG DEMOCRATS. . Feb2> .,. • . J.A>j3

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 27 February 1836

Private Sale. ^JBrik The subscriber will sell at private Tsasnt Sale, a valuable tract of land, contain. lllBlHg'ng 456 acres, situated on tho Mahass«sssssssss *snoy Creek, in Ihe Mahanoy Valley, Schuylkill county, about ten miles from PottsviUe. Said land is well limbered "with WbiteOak, Pine and Spruce- On said property is erected a two story Ira me Dwelling House,'occupied as|a Tavern, and-olher out h ousts, and a Saw-mill in complete running order. Said property will be wild in parcels of one or two hundred acres, if necessary. ' ' ^ AJs^a three story frame house in PottsviUe, logather with several Lota. . Terms easy. For forthr-r pai ticolars, opply to SAMUEL M. LYNN, 76 Vine St. Philadelphia. JACOB K. BOYER, , Reading, or BEN J. SPAYD, £?<¦. Feb 27 15-3 . Poluvillc. ' U.S. Gazelle, Philadelphia insert three limes weekly, and charge E. Myer.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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