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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

GLENN'S COMPOUND KREOSOTB Tooth IVPasn. THIS compound will be found serviceable in arresting and preventing decay in the teeth ; keeping the teeth and gums in a clean and healthy condition, sweetening the breath, removing tartar, and relieving pain caused by car ions teeth. It is confidently recommended to the Public as a valuable comnound, which may be used daily with great advantage to the teeth and gums, attbs same time • leaving an agreeable actuation in the mouth. ; There is so acid in this wash, nor any ingredient entering into Its composition but such sj is highly beneficial to the teeth. PriceiSO cents per BoUle. * Foe sale by B- BANK AN.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

r ta Tte Minns jodsjux. MJmtJiJv n\vxjp&BJs± \ INTRODUCTION. ' Reader, if this should- find you in confusion^ Let not the names reward thuubotd intrusion, <8ot your asaisisoce lend while I engage Indulgence from the youto, likewise the sago: II this auempt to picture, what you kaow loll well, . Is solemn: truth, my imperfect powers extfeU ierave your mercy, critic's great and small, ad humbly beg )ou will prevent my falL—z EMIGRATIONThe curling smoke ascends from clbws rude, BoiBtby the hardy settler in deep solitude. Wfctre how ling wolves and ravenous beasts of prey. The wstcLful banter scarce can keep at bav. —'Ppon a sw ell of land facing the western skies. With a rude breast work to prevent surprise—These hardy sobs of industry had reared. A few logcabins, and some acres cleared; Soaronnded by the forest, w«th the above exception. Subject to savage visits, careless of protection; Scarce nunibetpig twenty, they with dange^trine, Asa if a toe appears, spwui ta th...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

* ;, ' Notice. / ' ! •TRU 3 subscriber, grateful for past favors, re. *• S| ectfully informs Jiis| friend* and the pub. lie in general' thai lie jhas purchased a lot of groun ofMr. John Hagjhes, from which hie has laid pi >es|nto his Brewery for the purpose of ebtainini aeu'ppjy of fresh water, which will enable hu i to supply his former friends and all those, whoujay favor him.with their custom, - - - [Beer, Ale and Porter Vby thefbarrcl or liall-birrcl of the best quality at the sliortest notice. i DAVllb G. YUE^GldNG. Jll"f - . |- 7-8m

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

PROCLAMATION.—Notice is hereby given that a Court of Common Pleas, for "the trial of causes at issue, in and for the. county of Schuylkill, will be held at Orwigsburg, in the county aforesaid, on Monday the itlst day of March next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon." . ; Therefore-iall pcrsonaiai,' u ' • i«iaoiU({,»ijffarf pcrsous ifeuusB ahtrrrHiall be to appear at saalCourt,, wttl take notice aoo govern themselves accordingly. ' HENRV RAUSll,"SheritI ' Sheriffs Office. Orwigs- ) burg. Feb. 27. 1836. \ l4-»' 9^~ Punctual attendance is demanded of the Jurors and Witnesses summoned 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 — 12 March 1836

Hew Cheap Store. , ^ACDB BULL $ ISAiWEL LEjfclS u AJYING, purchased the entire interest of •"-"-Henry and Robert Neligjb, in the Store at the South West corner of Centre anil. Market aueeutin the borough ! of Pottsville, ' formerly knows as and conducted under the firm of Neligh, JLewis &. Co. respectfully jinfori: their friend* and the public generally that they intend continuing the business at the vAi stand under tnc Sim of ! > j JACOB BTJLt $. CO. where) they will be happy to supply their friends and fi rmer customers with merchandise at the lowes rates. Th :y are , now opening, in addition. to .their ibrme' stock, a large and extensive assortment of mercl ahdUe, consisting in part of Dr/Goods, Greet ries. Liquors, Wlnea, Teas, China, Glass, Queei hware, &.c consisting of Cloths, cassimeres, sattinettit, flannel's, muslins, I linens. Carllon flannels,glovc9, stockings, yarns; prints, 1 ginghams. Checks, lickings, sillcs,' satins, shawls, hond-1 kerchiefs...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

; r 1 . SUPERIOR GREEN &. BL^CK TEAS. Gunpowder • "1 j. Imperial . J YouugHyson . Extra quality and latest Caper Souchong itnportdtiotjst Powchoog snd I Imperial Pecco J ) Just received and for sale by j ! -. ApriUS 29 T, 4 J. BEATTY r—¦—« ¦• : I ¦ -! • ' late of Gen. HarHadn. A Momoir of jthe public serrlc«i» of Gen. Wro. Henry HarVison, ol Ohio, by Jar^es Hall, with a portrait of the. gallant Comnja>>der, just receiverand fai talc by 13. BANNAN. Jan 30 H-

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

ADVICE TO A YOUNG LADY. A young lady at eighteen, often needs a warning, voice to point out tbe quicksands over which she is speeding her thoughtless career. 1 bear you are beautiful and have many admirers. I am sorry for it. A young woman whose conduct is marked with strict honor and principle, cannot have many admirers. Tlieie is nothing that mora certainly marks a bad heart, and depraved moral principles, or worse, a thorough destitution of it than the cruel and guilty encouragement of honorable love. A young man is never long- ot tadied to a young lady wilhodt her being aware Of it; cotnmouij, indeed, before he is himself awaie of the nature and extent bf his feelingjF., Tbe knowledge is; almost intuitive. From the moment, if she be persuaded (bat she cannot reciprocate bis sentiments, her course in plain before her—it is cool, ' undsi viatiug, unhesitating repulse, on every occasion, place and manner-—I«ove will die without hope. To crush love io the bud is easy 1 but t...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

THE OHio CONVENTION. Extract of a letter <b the Wheeling Gazette, dsssal m Columtas, Ohio,.Feb. S3. There were several incidents attending th* convention worthy ot notice, and among; tjhem- ia the introduction of the preamble and resolutions by J,H. Wood,snsriginai Jatlctm titan,on behalf of hlm«,lfHMt »ih.v Jjep-ffftW^ j*Bb)- were received by the vast multitude with cordiality and applause that surpassed any ibingiof tbe kind I ever witnessed. i Another is the editor of a Cermen papef,ofez> tensive circulation among tbe valuable portion of our citizens, s decided supporter of-Van Bursa, came to tbe omvention here, struck with the character and numbers of those wlio had come to the convention, went to a mecting'of the delegate* from his cnanty, and requested thst bis na,m« might be enrolled among tbeni, stating, at tb* same lime, that he ssw "the people were 1 going en matte tor Harrison—that it was rh vain to resist their will—thtjt from that time he should es...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

Sunday Evening Heading. # We mbftsh the following, which is the commence >erit of a series ofj articles of a religious nature which we intend to transfer to our columns, or which we ore indebted to the New York. Mirrdtr^Tbey will dourjuess be acceptable to a large < lass oPour readers! , ". . TOEWBUC '.» This- is the ladder whrjreby men may climb to heaven. ' An8 yet we need not ransack the Indies to enrich ourselves with it, nor ventureshipwreclt to britjg it home. We tieerT ntit sell lands and hoavefao purchase it, nor run the hazard of sword and fi e to secure it. itjis a thing always to be bad, a ways within call, ever at hand, sod vary' portal le—no burden in ja joorney, no load in a voyag s. We may carryj it wherever we go; when at hoi le or abroad; arid {even in the stillness of night we may dwell upon it with holy conlemplatic l. as did the ancier.t patriarch in his dream of an 'eia'assendirrg ana descending. 1' TBI sXcnBD wnrrExs. One prophet speaks to...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

' gpTTS^ttJUBk ( • aATUROAY StOftWUHG, MAB$£, t|836. , VT Pamphhtt , Chech, Cards, Bills bJjfjiAmk.and BandbUit of every detcription^eatl yprinitdatliitO/ ice, at eAetcmstcasi prices: •'["'!'

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

AGRICULTURAL PAPERS The Cultivator.-—This is a neatly printed and ably conducted monthly paper, published by the New York State Agricultural Society, at the low price of 50 cents pernnnuiii. payable, in. advance..., It con-Faina much valuable uilprrnauod, illustrated with handsome cu'.s'or wood engravings. The culture of (he grape is a prominent subject in the number before us, together with "Bees and Bee Hives," f'Worn out Land,". Sheep, Husbandry, "(Destructive Insects,'' &c. <&c.—Conductor ^ Mr. J. Buel. . The Farmer dp Qa.rd.encr—Wo have had occasion before to commend tats highly valuable weekly publication, published at Baltimore, at five dollars per annum, and edited by Mr. E. P. Roberts. The information it contains embraces agriculture in general, with a particular attention to the &ilk culture. We know of one farjmer in this neighborhood who has been a subscriber but a short time, who tells us that he has already gained by the informati...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

f Thompson's: letter i to ^Garrison says:—"Hell must nsrej giwin rune e»«rs for Gov. Mcthrgu," when he delivered bis message. Such en expres.ioo is unfortunate, to say the least. If true, one would be led to suppose that the, loeilioa spoVeu at, was quite s cA#srful place. ~v.jB. ]a**i i A steirmsWgA has been invented at Gulena.hj ia conpVojof Yat-ke«s|l and waa u be applied, for jiuurrediate use. It t isattr-ligit, and is supplied ; wiUi windows, stovi ?, &.c It i> highly spokep of. 1J^ fittshnrf Ad pocale mentions that a brsinch ¦ . «f tha.tfnited States Bonk will ne cstablishcil in I that eiti- wilhiru3f} ^Isys. ¦[

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

We publish in another column; the; final Report of the Senate in relation tr> the charges of Col. Krebs on the subject of Bribery; When it is recollected thrjit the Report is the unanimous net of" (the jpomtnittee.the majority of whom arelanti-riank men, and og, course friends of Cpl. Krebs, it must be taken as favorable to | this gentleman as it was possible to mtike it, nod yet where is the man who wouldlnofwitice under its severity? Col. Krebs jvery properly voted .against the printing of this Report! . • j . ft5" A meeting .of the Yf}ung Men, friendly to the election of Gen.| Harrison and Francis Granger to the Presidency and Vice Presidency, will be held-at Orwigsburg, this day, at 2 o'clocW, PVM. for the purpose of electing two delegates to represent this county in the Ydung Men's Convention, which is to be held at Harrisburg, on Thursday the 19th of May next, which period has been named by the Central Committee, instead of the 23d, inst. Public Schools.—We unders...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

The Harrisburg Chronicle of the "th in$t. says: . Mr. Steven*offerci a rcrslu'inn in the House of Rilpreientativcs this morning, intruding Messrs. I»ti,Kt.4N r.nd Bccwanan, our r-enators in t'6n|fre«», toj vote afjnint-t the 'expunging reso'cition.' The resolution pa^cd a fubl, sec^nJ. s*,d it.irH read- . iijfT by a vote of 64, to 25. ; It is said the resolution will also pass the Senate. In that case Mr. Buchanan will have rjilier to resign or vote agaitist Mr. Benton's expunging resolutions—he having avowed iu his loiter accepting the appointment, the right of the legislature, of (he different states to insttuct their senators- in Congress. The Harrisburg correspondent of ihe jPhiladetphisInquirer, under date ofMarch joth, writes, as foljows: j "Lnslniglit, a large number ofthe members of ithe Legislature, rilirens arid strangers,rwrtonk of j a supper at the Cichanrje.in faTnrorst|lte rights, slate independence, und state intrrelts. Th£ toasts were resd by l>r. Burd...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

Public iWeetinfr. At a very large cy respectable mfeelingof iloat men and'others interested in the (toal Trade, assembled in pursuance ofti public call, at the public house of Daniel Krebs,-ati the OrWigaburt/ Landing, on Saturday the Strrday of March, 1836—JAMES HOKNIXG Was appointed,chairmsri, aud John Heebner and Eltpter Cress, Secretaries. On motion, a ^committee of IS 'persons was appoinud lo draft a preamble anifl resolutions ex pressive of the sentiments of the) meeting, when the following persons were appointed said "corai mittce: John Rickcrt,; Jolio Bichlj Jacob Kremcr, Chs'rles Frailty, Andrew Dciberl, Ballzcr Kolb, John Dress, Dsoie! Krebs, James Day, Alexander Saylor. William James, Lawrence Heebner,'John Riehm, John Miller and ramucl Kremer, who after having retired a short lime, reported the following preamble and resolutions! which were nnaniirjotisly adapted. • The facu that those iwdiridoali engaged in the boaung bosincs's Vast senison, did not receive a fair...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

FURNITURE FOR SALE. WILL be sold at public sale on Monday tbe iiriih of March inst. at the boose of ibc subscriber, in Centre street, Pottsville, opposite Hetfner's tavern, the following articles of new and tashiopablo furniture, viz: ! - Bureau^ Tables and Bedsteads, also, a quantity of well seasoned Maple plank and Boards. halo to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. Terms cash. JOHN SUBOR. mar 5 1636 s 17-3«

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

ll*..jl£>V Of THE HAHKKI'. [ Psttsatltt.MarchU, IB36. WHEAT FLOUR.bj the toad was worm on Fr day $6 00 [ .- WlltiATa 20 per ousheUn demand RYK FLOUK 2 00 per ctwt. in demand. BUCKWHEATFLOIJR 1 60 percwl.indemandj KYE.by rJheloadbX) ceataby the bushel—ready sale. j » RYE CHOP 80 centsperbushelindemand. OATS 4-tf cents—ready sale POTATOES 30 centsperbushelindemand. CORN—6a cents per bushel in demand TIMOTHJIf SEED— $2 00 per bushel. FLAXSEED—SI 40 perbushelin demand. WHISrfESf—31 cents per gallon. BUTTEBJ—16centsperpound—inKogslOcents EGGS—lfccentsper dozen. L I rtD^-lii cents per pound. -' TALLOW—8 cents per pound . HAMS 12cents per pound. CO'.IS CHOP 62J cents perbushelin demand. B \CO.\-f9 cents pcrpound. BEESWAX—18con«s pcrpound. FEATHERS—Wcentspcrpnund. COMMOA'WOOL—tOceutsperpound . M.\CKF.RK.L,hythebbl.iMo'.l,S850-?»o.2,$700 A'M.T—il OviA per obi.; 80 pet bushel. PLVSTBR. is worth $6 SOperton. HAY Sfc per ton. '

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

j Itottcc to Supervisor*. npHE Supervisors in the Aeveral townships in ¦¦- the county of SchojliilJ, ere hereby notified that the 7th Section bfathe, genera) raajd laws, makes it. their djity respectively, lo make out and return to the Cobnty CommiSsidners of the sever, si counties of this Commonwealth, withinjsix days afler they have proceeded to Ihe collection of taxes from the inhabitants of Ui«jr respective districts, a-f«ir transcript ot tbe several amounts,due and unpaid on the several, tracts of unseated landa Within their respective townships, to -vhteh transcripts the several supervisors shall sign their mimes. This part ofthe duties of the several j supervisors bf Schuylkill county, hive been hertot'oro neglected by- them, but will hereafter"be strictly exacted from them; their attention ia therefore par. llclarly directed thereto, '¦ ; By order ofthe Codnty Commissioners. ELIJAH HAMMER. March 5 . 164 Cleric. Greenwood Foundry. THE subcrtbers- inlorni the. inhabitants ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

INSOLVENT DEBTOKS^-THE subscribers bas applied totheJudgesOftheCourtofCommon Pleas of Schuylkill county, fur the benefit ofthe several Acts of Assembly passed for the relief of Insol vent Debtors.* that the said Judges haveappointed Monday the 28th day of MARCH next-at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, at the Court House, in Orwigsburg, fog, the hearing of us and ourcreditars.when'and where (bey mayattentlif they think proper. . 1 john strunk.' Joseph- ishtman, alexander hughes, frederick ulshafer, adam hoffman, john becker, EDWARD MYERS.Jr.* THOMAS GARRISON* JOLOMON THORNBUKG* , WILLIAM PATTERSON. JACOB HERBERT. SAMt'EL D. StlAW, JOIJ.V PINKEKTON. NATHAN BARLOW, JACOB MUSE, February 27,1836 ' ! : 15-5

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 12 March 1836

rsillE subscriber has rented a rfcat Yard in ¦¦• Shoeniakeisville, Bulks county, where he will build Schuylkill and Onion Boats, of the best materials, lor any person desirous of having good boats. He will also tejieir boats on the most reasonable terms. For-further particulars inquire if j JOHN F\ MOLL. ShoemakersviMe, March 5 164 t ,

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