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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

HORRIBLE BUTCHERY. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM - TEXAS. We team by the passengers of the schr. Cumancne, 8 days from Texas, that tbe war baa assumed anertous character—on the 25th February tbe Texian garrison in Bexar of 150 men, commanded by via. Col. B. Travis, waa attacked by'the advance division of Gen. Santa Anna's army i consisting of 2000 men, who were repulsed with the loaa of many killed * (between 500 to 800 men) without the km of one ] man ofthe Texians—about the same time Col. Johnson with a party of 70 men while recennoitering to the westward of San1 Patricio waa surrounded by'a large body of Mexican t»oop*=-m tbe morning the dementi of' a tut render was made by tbe Mexican commander unconditionally which waa retused; but an oner of surrender was made as prisoner* 6f ajar, which waa acceded to by tbe Mexicans. But no sooner bad tbe Texians marched out of tbeir quarters and stacked their arms, a general fin was opened upon them by the whole Mexican force—the Texians atte...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

PQtrt8VIiLvt>Bs v MAT^gpAY sTOBWPIG, ATUdlwle^ VT^aAMtit.Cheila .Cvi*, B!B*nflmiimfjlmit : fbaJjajj i^esery itaoript}onfi»otl ffrxntedoMkuO <e*^y te|e*aw«ea^wness. i ¦ i ^^

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

s*s*s*c ss*awawi ji us;^igsa^ ip n ¦¦ C«WjSJ*ipst«nt*.---By reference to our ahtppMift column it will be seen that a conaiderabfe quantity ol coal, has been shipped notwttbBtanding the- business has . been retaraett by! the state of the weather and the mgjb waters. Tbe weather for some titnefeasthals been full of vicissitudes—one day wring land the next day/winter. Last waes: we had all tits incidents of spring, a tmldTatmosphere, warm sunshine, swelling bnd4 verdant spots, melody of .the birds, ¦ . tlccJbnt this week we have bad alUhe borrors; of winter—snow six iiiches deep, ice half an inch thick, with old Boreas Wasteriijig away wttji no niore tetrderness than if tfo season, had by some miraculous interfentiott, suddenly retrograded three ntototbs! OnsW<|dnesday the ground was covered with snowjto the depth indicated •b«w,and we really thought that the bells wojjld bejriri to jingle again as merrily as evw. ButUhe weather proving mild and raipy, the *ow melted away rapi...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

{ St. ANTONIA DE BEXAR. J I We publish in another column the parucu)ars of tbe /all of this place, and the ioassacre which ensued thereon, the perupi of which ia calculated to produce alternate feelings of admiration ofthe bravery, {god sympathy filtr the late of the garrison, land on the other hand unqnalifiea disgust landhorror at tbje fiend-like cruelty of their fmhianaaneotiqueroTS. The unfortunate garfri'son, it will be J seen, was commanded by JLt.eol.Travisj Tbisheroicsoldier inhis flist letter to his companions in arms, from I whom he expected reinforcements, conclu-I ded by tbe chinjlric sentiment "Victory or I Death," and thje latter alternative of this f noble invocation has unfortunately been bat too early realized. Death has sealed Ihefirteof hintseliand his companions at Bexar- Travis, however, according to one of the accounts, to prevent bis falling i into the hands ofthe enemy, thot himself. ¦ Nevertheless, | we see that his corpse did not escape the savage v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

¦¦¦; ¦ ';9Pt#S^WAj£;g^! •- * /- ;> A nxaU engagement took pla»;B^r Volusia on the 24tb mat. The order for the troops to crow the ». JoWs M**«> given early in the ruorning. Twocobpanies having crossed, they wen ettackd by a party of Indians eaiefiilly concealed in the bushes and hammocks around. GjfJwr companies followed and the Indians ,w»» forced to retreat* Their toss was not ¦% certained. ItHs tvppoted, however, thai six or eight were Kllod, and the account states "that tbe wounded they of course carried off, if any," We are further toH; that our troops behaved with the gieatest bravery, although for some time exposed to a galling fire, not an inch of ground was yielded. Our loas amounted to three men allied and ten or twelve wounded. On the 23d, a detachment consisting of 87 volunteers and two guides was sent insearch of Col. Butler's corps of 200 volunteers, -which has not been heard of for Some time. About 6 miles from Volusia they fell in with a party of a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

mmt^ Tbsy ttm^^mmym^m wrnj r¥-a*toet»m f^n^ f i, laetooUtotlto'amfliisf^"*^'-] H-* ' The dwelling of lbs taiij and fljs,; . 8e*«oftheWeet,tltob^;b*»e»S** j • tavn*irjwrmrtyreiiaK ; These fields hevs oft oof brows bedewed, A* Woom'd the desert wrth our soil, i Shall be wnn blood more deep raboenY En tbraJdom *toias|tas Texian spit} When skat* sui boots on every pU*. There wolves may great BanV Aan*> taiga. Well shell the imperial traitor learn The cost of each adwaryewsy-4 : Belaid voor warriors, few:, bat steri. WhoTrent the Invader'* broadarriyt Troa aa the rifle to ila aim j Each bearl Is to tbe ejaase they claim. Ou, gallant soak, where glory calbj,' And God and Freedom be the crj| Where one devoted Pitriot tall* An hundred rufnah slavessbsM diet Ana should they wtW one cooauer'd road, Tis with a *l»Dgblir*d legion slrew'd. On, while heroic shade* took down i And view y'oor kindled tank* With pride, Your sires who fought with Washington, Your brethren who wrth'Mln*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

0b Monday evening i the 11th inst. by the Rev. Joseph McCcol, Mr. Sisrinsi. Bcookk, fo !fliaa Saltan: AKWPrrMAH,aJl of this place.- '"! ¦'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

BalUllem Orders. ssrVrtE enrolled .inhabitant* of the County of * Sel.tvlkai «>mpiising[the3uth»egimtntP ^ M.wffl take rrotieethst they ere reobired td p«H ra^mBs JtaliMuibuwWK . 1st BsuaUoo win parade at MeKean.barg, ett TAesdaythenthdayofMayweit. 5d Battalion will pars* at Fbusville on Wedae^y the 18th day ofMay next. The BatUljona resfcetively will be rbtnwtl at l'»o'crOeh,A.M -i First Trooo Schnytk' tR Coantt Cavalry and Nation^ Light Infantry wiU r>rad« wkh the 3s BaUaSr-.^yertfer^tb^ Coioel. £DWARD YOR*E PABQtVAft. t oli-N^ff^fftt/ 1.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

"FRODieALlTt AND FBQFTJSlON." From tbe Pennaylvania Tcfcfraph. " ' , Then prophetic words of Governor Wolf have indeed proved the molto oftbe late admniistra. lion. A scene of prodigality *sdpr«fa*ion marked it*, coarse from the eomaiencement to its elose. The fload galea of extravagance were thrown Wide open, and lbs people saddled with tales to pamper the atrfeAttas-ar power. Bat the one half was *e*reely told. Every species of d*. (ceptioa and fraud were reaorfeo' to, to keep the people ignorant of the extent and, smoant oifl the {planderf batsiooe a change ha* token place, every day is biingmg some hidden ini*,uily to light In adrnion to the frand ef Milcbel snd ether supervisors, who by inning sctipt to the laborer* and ethers engaged on.the public work*, and * pocketing tbe money of the UooimorrWeatlh , Mre swindled the.tate oat of ONEHDNDRET>A«fr FIFTY THOTJSAN D DOLLARS, we learhilhat througbool the whole Kne of isoprovemeuuiinnn merabla debt* made by the la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

HARRISON AND GRANGER. The ftieod* of Barriaon and Granger erul be re oictd W learn that a meeting baa been held at D iverjln Delaware aisle, at which it waa resejv. ed to support these two gentlemen •¦ candidate* fo r the "President and'Vice President ef the Unit e< States. Thus the good cause moves onward, a rry ing a testimony tbe moat setlsfkcfofy, that GJsn. Harrison ia emphatically thseandrdato ot the people, fie is indeed one ef their number; through life be has been among tbe*nj and by Item he ha* now betti called from the! peaeefnl pjurauits of privets life to which be had retired, to aiandfbefore the Onion as their peculiar candidate fodeajd, if ever there waa a man before ths people «f this country, *inee the adoption of the Consti. fntiof a* the people's candidate, that inan is William Henry Harrison. It baa been iosily observed by a eontsttporary, that fderiving his principles with hia name from lane it that ¦ glorious band of patriots who pW Iclaiined to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

rf Milltl* N«tiee, AaentinWCmtfo^M Betmrt, ?. ^ i fTha «or<M-inhabitants rwidtof wiikia tl» bowMa ef *• tMieagh of FeU*viwa.MbW tolailrtia doty u* hseaby amifcs^toatost farfaradeawi, 2^*tjse Wnaa5«ie M days' MsyV Hot, at 10 bfdneK »ths fkw v*oii»J,^»>-iMri^bUe-He^ of M» ;,t*batart,«os>e^ «r* H. in th* (* .Mtltokwdrraete,- / a-3i.. on .,A ^ ^ BRAIBT. April 18 SJig t i>»t»Mi- ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

- fUB&ie B4&SPURSUANT to an Order of tbe Orphans* Co*tft«ff*efcnylkniCoontyiOoMonday um 9th day of May next, at 5 o'clock F. M. Cksrits E1M. Administrator oftbe estate of Jeremiah J. Foater, hue of Port Carbon^ deceased, wilt expo** to sale by Public Vendue, at Ibe public bouse of Wm. Mortimer, in the borough of Pottsville, a certain Msmas*^ tenement said lot of ground, sitaat* in Lawton'* Addition to Port Caroms, Scbaylkill county, oonuiniog in breadth sixtytwo riot and in length-or depth one hundred and fifty feet, being lot No. 93, in Lawton'* Addition to Port Carbon, exoepting the Stone and Fossil Coal that may be ea the premise*, late the estate of said deceased. CHARLES ELLET, Administrator. By order ofthe Court, JOS. MORGAN, Clerk, O. C. Orwtgsborg, March 30th. IBM. 82-4 , J( ] | , . ,( , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

Pottsville Water Cfempaiiy. a T a meeting ofthe Stockholdeia, held at the Am. public houae of William Mortimer, on Tuesday bun, ths following persona were elected director* of said Company: Samuel Sillyman, William Mortimer , James M. BeaUy, John C. Ernst, Benjamin Bannan, Jacob- Seitxinger , Esqt Caleb'Parker, John J. Shoemaker , Andrew Russet , At * Meeting ofthe Board ef Directors, ASnssw Russia, was chosen President, and Wiltotm Hnfgtrty Treasurer ot said Company. Pottsville April 16 99-3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

New Spring Goods. VELVET AND GENOA CORDS.—Jost opening s very large assortment of Velvet Cord*. Beverteeu.Mofakia*, Buffalo, Also striped Plaids, Zigtag and Fancy Cloth, Sniped Bevertsen a new and fashionable article fof gentlemen* wean at tbe Store oftbe subscriber in Centre St. Pottsville. J. 8ILLVMAN. Jr. April 16 Stt-tf Summer Cfoffc. JCST opening at ike Store of tbe subscriber, Pottsville, a very beautiful assortmeat of Blue. Black, Brown and Olive Summer Cloth, and now setting very low, by J SILLYMAN. Jr. April 16 Stt-tf FOR LADIES DRESSES. THIS day opening and offer for sale at tbe Stem of the Subscriber, one hundred piece* of ibe late** and most fashionable light-London and French Print*, also Fancy Lawns and Gingham* J. SILLYMAN. Jr. April 16 SS-tf f , , DOMESTIC MUSLINS. sfMl PIECES of Bleached and Unbleached •1W Muslin*, for sals at the Store oftheaubccriber. J. SILLYMAN. Jr. April 16 SSHf | Summer and Spring Goods. JUST opening and for sale by tbe subscriber, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

MUG.1HE OJUPEKS. T^HE en'oirea Mllllia auu Vuiuulccra, corupoa--ing the Sid Brigale, 6fb Uivisiun, P. M. will commence and contirj b* ibe Spring Training*, a* lollow*: ' 53d Regiment, con mandsd by Col. Alexander H. Woman, whole re rinieul, on Monday the Utli day of May, 1836, at Heading. II lb Regiment, commanded by Col. Samuel D. Jacobs—!M Batahon, on Tuesday th* 10th day of May next— let BkltajUm so Wednesday ths 11 lb day of May rtcau "7tb RcgimcuVcolunanded by Cot Isaac Yoder—2d Battalion, oof Tueedav the tilth day of May next—1st Ualulion, on rriday the 13th day of May next. jj 1st itegiment, commanded by Col. Abraham Saigfried—1st Battalion, on Saturday tbe 14ih day of May next—8d Battalion, ob Monday tbe loth day of May next. 30th Regiment, commanded by Col. John M: Bickel—1st Battalion, on Tuesday th* 17lh day of May next—!ld Battalion, on Wednesday the 18th day of May next. Commanders of companies and Adjutant* of regiment*, are strictly enjoined to have their enrollme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

SAMUEIs M9. ItJEMJBsj-fjf"'^ 1NFOKMS tbe ciUxenabCPoUs-^Hg 7 ville and vicini ty ,-tbal be baa com-^^^_ / menceef the Uatung Business, Snd ^l^^^k^k doot above Samuel Harlx's Store, r4** w^*S9'in rnedialery opposite. Jacob Kline'* 1 stern, wnere ke intend* to-*arry"on the busi. no* in all it* variooa branches—and pledge* himself that all the Hals manufactured by bim shall be of the ftrj best quality, and. therefore •olicit* a abate of public patronage, which be will endeavor to merit by strict attention to holiness A supply of Silk Hals, Caps, etc constantly kept on band, and for sale cheap fbr cash. mar 26 l!Mf aftotice to Schtfi MMelegmtes ra\HB several Delegates chosen by 4be School -If Directors of the county ot Schuylkill, are hereby requested to meet st the Court House in tbe borough of Orwigsburg, on ths first Monday in May next, *Vr Ibe purpose ef determining whether a Sahool Tax absH be levied ot not. By ordar oftbe Commissioners. £LIJAH HAMMER. aprifS.. 21-4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

AGREEABLY loth* aet*si$M*Aa^ctre]* to Bsakswl asrtaarahip*,* the uaderstned have entered into a co-partnership under the aame or firm of Alfred Lawton. Joim KlyijrL iirthe *psctal partner, and Alfred Lawton isjtfto general partner—the sum of sUtech hundred idBUar* haa seen paid by tbe special partner to thai general partner. The co-pi rtnarabip to txistjfbr tbe term of five years, from the 1st day ef April* 1838, and to expire on lbs 1st day of April 1841. ALFRED LAWTON, JOHN ELY, Jr. Pottsville, April 9,1636. 91-6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

WOT ICE. ^ rarvHE annual meeting of th* Depositors in "The * Port Carbon Saving Fund Society. " will be held on Monday the Sd day of May next, at the boose of Pater Aomas) ;r.al 9 o'clock in the at lernoon, when an election tor seven manager* to condact Uit business of said Society {for the ensuing twelve months will take placei The Polls will he opened al 3 o'clock P. oL, and do** at t. 'By order of the Board. i L. WHITNEY, April 9 tl-3 Secretary CAUTION. ALL person* are hereby cautioned fiom tres passing on the property of the sobscribsr, sitoated on the Mount Carbon Kali Road, in Norwegian township, known by the name of the Sev. entv-five Acre Tract. A reward of Fifty Dollar will be paid on detection and conviction of any person or persons found catting Timber, or otherwise trespassing on said property. ROB. WOODMDE, Agent of N. E. Tboumn. PottsviOe, april 9 91-3 Schuylkill WHARFAGE * AGENCY* THE nibscribera having two large and oominodroua Wharves on the -weal aide of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

PROCLAMATION. BY virtue of a Warrant from Ner MaUleawarth, Esq. Sneaker of the House of Renresentauve* ot ibeComwoawealth of Pennsylvania, and to me directed, and tested *t Hsrrisbarg the 89th day of March," A.D. 1S36. I.Henry Kauah, High Sheriff of Schuylkill county, de bereby give notice id the Freeman of th* county of Schuylkill, that a Special Electjtin will be held in said county aa ibe 30th day of April inst- for the purpose of choosing by ballot one person to represent the county of Schuylkill ia the house of Bepresentstivt* of tbe commonwealth of Pennajlva- [ nia aforesaid, to supply the vacancy occaaioMd by the reagnanon.ol Henry W. Codrad, Est), and that such Election be bohten aadctrtntoctbd in inasner and form! as directed by the acts oftbe General Assembly in escti esses aiade sad provided,the said decnoam be conducted by tbe auae judgeaaod ia«pectois tbaiceadscted Ibe General Election in October, 1836. The poll» be opened at 9 o'clock io the forenoon of said day. „¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 16 April 1836

tiVa coajk AH^ommS^rmk» " clxkqtf I^te«leli>ktm i waT«BBn%aanBSwwa *swaml. Wsa^Wl^RI^^^y ¦ - Jdimxloalse,£n.J • t Richard Willing, VFIdasatpMsi Jacob Altar, i y Leww&Doe»>erty, lN»^**iIk». .. A»«il9 . / ' l-'«-s3sa' '• i - 1 *^. . a/. ¦ ' ¦> I • ¦ _ C4wl Telw ! , AT tha head of the East NorwegiapIBaU Road and immediately adjoining it,|fi»r renu—LAttbim AND DOC*. At Schuylkill Havea^-And a j , A Landing at Port Catsort. For terma and other particulars apply to OEOROE W. FARQtitlAB. Pottsville, April 9 jrl-lroo ¦¦

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