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-At a very large meeting of p
' the Peuns)lvania Hull, in a
y •314 4 ...“1:18, SA WCEI. 1.
ort Carbon, and N. NATILt
aird,. Secreia ries.
The President stated the ol
:riPlie.ation fir- the incorporati
.The meeting was eloquent!
ho•Foncloded " by Offering th;
ji rs olned, That in-the 6pin
;1/titing, that incorporated cot I
efests and subversive to the
jkssolved, That a . cominitt.l
.f the farther setae. of this rn
• TivePreiiident appointed t
Siflyman,..and Martin Weavi
the following, ni..morial, whi
. • TtvES'OF TILE COM%
rial ofihe undersigned. in
tyle of the Offerman
,ociy, and to which is grant:
resentetions have been ma:
igned, in behalf of thWitattl .
,y a deep.and aulemP sew
especaully to present this t
ly the House of Representa
,e g iven, it would tend gr,
f out county, and be NA
.perations, and also injuri&
• tat to which all the priviW'
nients•or - the Mining intere•
he privileges granted to
Schuylkill Raven Rail R.
Schoylkill Haven, up the a
of the land claimed by the
of your ,honorable bodies,
mining initteresis shall requ
true, that no further act ut
in this section of our coal
corporated; they would onl
from their laude., to reach
on the rights of the 'Min:
then as the rail road is co,
laid, your honorable hod .
grapting additional privile
Your memorialists woo
kill county have not, nor
of such a company as the
to.be their duty to repre-,
incorporation is only to s
memorialists have witnel
within our own borders. .
.county, ha§ been dug fro,
and those of us who areii
and preparations top vas
•havq, • exterided their late'
ng Company. We
Leoisla - tive Councils, an
to cause any enactment,
tent that the cloorlif enti,
in the enterprize of niiui
Antervention of ineorpor•
lie, as well as of inidivia
mining operations than
and the disposition to fa
we r have done so; and
shall be prevented by th
object private and not I
be understood as pledg' ,
hold themselves respon,-
• And your Memoriali-
On motion, Reserved
rial printed, signatures
On motion, Resolve ,
signed by alt the operat
amt 11111£41 of Represe
Senate and House of '
votes; the incorporating
Resolved, That a a
this business. Whereu
N„. fiathans, L. Chap
Resolved, That the
also to collect the aec
On motion, Resolve
and published ,in the N
On motion adjnurnr
It IKVIEW fir
WHEAT FLOUR. by t
day $8 00.
WHEAT 150 per pus
RYE EIPUR:2 50 pe
' RV K; by the I°4l 90
RYE CHOP 90 cen
OATS 40 cents—read
POTATOES 45. cents
0 1CORN—'70 cents per ]
TIMOTHY SEEI )
FLA xsEED—st . 12
• WHISKEY-42 cent
BUTTER- 14 cents ,
EGOS--I 2 cents Per o
. LARD-10 cents per I
:r A LLOW-9 cents r
HAMS 12 cents per!
CORN CHOP 80 cc,
• BACON-12 cents pi,
141.:ESW A X-18 evil.
CO kt kiON WOOL
MACX.FIRBI... by (be b
SALT-2 G2S per .1(11
- PI scrE it, is teach
41 AY $lB per toe.
for sate a bag
Wines, among whic
brand, which is
and pert wines in
. js.n 24
a inrge end gen
11 roc crier, Hordrta
Fold cheaper than a ,
-Itnrmh. , •
rottrt•iitel ?et. 14
rsons engaged in the Coal Trade, in Scbuytkilt coaiity,
twrougir of pt.! ts WAnenday"eve4i int, ilipos--
ROOKE was chosen ,f`ftisidvni , .4447.*_ ViArqtg,ft 4
5, Vice Presidents ; and Andrew ßussel WWI .1.
led of the meeting to be to tape into consideration limit
in of coal companies in this county.. 111
addressed by L.Cts4:en 4N, E.4q. of Schuylkill flayein,
_following re elution, which wps unanimously adopteo
on of this meeting, and of all who are, engaged in Coal„
panies for coal operations are ,injurious to out test ini . ,l
.irosperny of Scl.uytkitt Comity. • ;1:i
e of three he appointed to drier resolutions ertpressivTl. l
•re i ting. W hereupon, .
Ce followina committee , viz. Libbeus Chapman, , Samue
`F; who, after retirin g.a short time, returned and report , 1
oil mot son,-was accepted
,and. directed to be priutea. tip I
-E SE 5 4 Al E AND HOUSE OF REPRESEIN.TA; i
ONW F.A LT H. OF PE NNSY IN A N I A.—The men 4
iabitants of Schuylkill county, respectfully represents: '''
th much regret, that recently a Bill by the name a
e .Company, lies passed the Senate of your honorith
Rail. Roadprivileges, and of which; it is presumed,
So as to induce a favorable action thereon; the ulidek
ties Well as others whom they. .represent,,feel constrain '
- • Of •diny which they owe to the community at la
t eir remonstrance against the further action on said
i ives, and show ; that should such an Act of incorporetidp
~tly ag,ii k ist the interest and prosperity of the eriterp4e
loos to the intetestiN of all who are engaged in Minitig
s to the interests of the Rail. Road. company now ez•stinit,
es have been granted, needful for the wants and require
• s in this part of the county, and which are embraced b y
the Offerman Mining Company. The Mine Hill mid.
d Company have already extended their rail road, frOm
at west liranch oft heSchuylkill, to within a mile soda OW
I if•rinanMitting Company, and are authorized, by an 4.11
further to extend the same, whenever the wants of the
e it, and are ready so to do when called on. Hence 4.. 6.1
incorporation is wanted for the•ootistruction of a rail road
egion ; and should the Offer man Mining Company begun-_
have to construct a road of less, than one and ahalf miles,
... a road already made, and an doing this they would infringe
Hill and Schuylkill Haven Rail Road Company. Scilfar
, cereed, and on which it is presumed moat stress has bt!en
a will' perceive there . is not the shadow of necet4 sifor
ma to another company where none are required._ ;),
d be distinctly -understood, that the community of Scotty!-
,0 they, under a claim of benefit, ask for the incorportiltion
Offerinan Ittiniiia Company—on the contrary, they fl it
ht to your honorable bodies, that the granting of so e§ an
hserve private interests, and not to benefit-the public. Xour
ell the evils resulting from incorporated Mining companies
•By far the greatest amount of coal mined in Schuylkill
our mines by individual enterprize and individual money;
gaged in this enterprize, have expended our money in.,and
amount ; arid is the construction of rail roads, individuals
Is as far distant ac ever can orWill he done by the•OffOotan
therefore rely with confidence on the fostering care 4.t our
hopelthat they.- may not, by any misrepresentations, b led
hich will, in its effect, bring ruin Amon those who ardlcon:
rite should be' eft open for all who feel disposed to enitark
g and other operations, within our own county, withollt Ow
ed coal companies. The interest and prosperity of thepuh•
els, is more secure without the aid of • incorporations In our
ith them.' As individuals, we have the means and the ability.
eish from our mines, all the coal which . the public need;
.e feel proud to say, that we will continue to do in, uoleteswe
introductio - n of monopolies among us, having only,foritheir
üblie gond. To cenchide, yopy .memorialists would Wish to
'Fig- themselves for the truth of all they have set forth, and
ible for the same. ..
I tA, as in duty bound, wilt ever pray, &c. ' 15. - '
That the above committee be authorized to have the memo
and forwarded to our' representatives at Harritihurg.
That a circular letter containing the above raemotlttd, be
re in the region, and for Warde - to each member of the Senate
!tali Yoe. . ~
, y, •That our Representatives from Schuylkill Coonty,,An the
r , eprescmatives, -he requested to oppose by their influenee and
of all and every company for coal mining purposes.. •
mittee of four be appointed to go to Harrisburg to attend to
on. the following personsivere appointed, viz.' James Silly Mans
en, and Nl. , Weaver. ..! i
ommittee'authorized to print the memorial, &c. be authorized
95 , Firy funds. ' . 4 .'''f" .
, That the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the officere,
iners' Journal and the Free ?flees.
fE - 11.1 A - 11K 11T
• lie. February Y. I¢3B.
e toad wa wurth on Fr,
el. iv demand.
cwt. in deMand.
.• 2 50 per cwt. in demand.
ate by the bushel—ready
per bushel in demand.
ler bushel in demand.
label in demand.
.1 00 per bushel.
per bushel in demand.
er round—in Kegs 12 cents
is per bushel in demand:
per pound. •
10 cents per pound ;
.61. No 1.112 00 N 0.2. 111
I ;87 per bushel. ,
17 00 per ton.
re Jost received and ofrdr
lot of choice Champagne
ttl be found the •Palmetto'
to be euperior• to any yet
torpid inadeira, pale sherry,, i
AZZ A R D & STRAIKII
now - opening at Store, a
assortment of Dry Goods,
4c. which will be
y has been offered in the
.1. CLA YTOK,
SAM. BROOKE. Pretridelt.
J. K. OLwlrm, v. presi4nts.
N. N Animus, S •
S S Pal diteo
on DOZEN Swaim's •Panacea„ jr4r. receiv.
AN"'ed ftesh from the samostetors• • Ufttroirda of
Seventy-Five .Thousand l'lottlea 'of thiattaltiable
medicine were Sold last year , and the *mond is
increasing. For sale by the dozen, or Pint bottle.
Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles, for by
• B. BAAINIAN.
Sole Agent for Schuylkill County.
Alto Swaim". Vermifoge.
'DOUR SHAN T to an order of tho Orphans' Court
of Schuylkill County, on Friday the 2d day
of February next, at *leek ,io the !Anemia:at.
William B. Hull, a j dministrirfor of 14 estate ofi l
Elizabeth Mervin., late of Barry t de
ceased. will expose to sale by. Publieti.Vendee at
the house of , William Mortimer,' innkeeper, in
Pottsville, a certain disellinebouse iv iable , saw
mill' and tract of land. situate •on p .Creek.
Retry township,- Schnelkill eonoty..ateintsiniut
one hundred and tigniroinc acre:llor . theme
, taints ; hounded by lands of John KiliOnel, John
, Yarnell, George Kessler, John Hietrrek hint
Reed—Late the estate of said decea4d.
By order of the Cour,. -
Ors4glthuriz, Jan. H, tat.
iriah and Scotch W Iskey.
Eby superior old sth proa I did) Whis key Ya., do Irk' I''ettjhtosh do
for Pale by MILLER & HAGERTir.
No* ttl i' 52-3 mo
104000 QUILLS from 25 refits rotn. 100 to
12i eaMi. jnot reemed droi for antr4y
Dec, 23 5 B. fBANNA.N. '
V F m E 41001C9.—A. few bore .ka just re•
Y calved and Ibr.salu by •B. ,I 1) ANN AN .
• Due ta S—:
_ . 1 4- 2,1
~ _ gismiaoilor,l .4 4 .IACIIINT.
county, in aCciilli ow root lads Ike 'raters if
do Poor iscVialieif odd Coun
ty, f o UtotAtiticary.l64,l63 Jo .14111111M7 044 . 191 . k
a iir ltlrer
bolo Wort uFisissi.
' , ' k ' -11g4 •
1831; Jam 1. , Tn Salamis remaining ,
oi .ftoodoi of Trossoref from kat
year's oettiernsat , 4104 14
To Cub received from the Director*
durinirthO yeas 1 - •
fron t William Grail tor • Watch
from du for pigs and empty bbl*
from Peter Wtaadea for - ii cow
from Wm. Mots tl-piitsand 1 calf
from Adana Loy .fib bal. oa not*
from .oho Beim foc.bbeep •
Amount advaueed by 1 reasurer
Cl 4- ••, •
By amount paid during the year as per order
from Directors for the •fellowing articles;
Cash yard to t. Lenard '1 WWI 00
Merlins, checks, hbdlifs, flannels,
calicos and .blirokets t •
Hooey, Sati:lets; end dions; flannel,
200 hrs. sogar, 208 lbs.:14:00'c!
292 gallons molasses
salt arid rice.. •
rye, corn, oats end politico,
weaving . end lulling
printing and statiotwiry
shots and stoekings
831 tone stone coal
tier hl and•tolt on timeliest.
2841 tuns limestone
clover and garden see.rl
mason. carpenter, and blacksmith
work and new wainti
work on farm and hired men
3 stoves, pipe...and tiii4are
queens and earthenware, brushes,
spices and soap
nstaaao.e, on house
old rope for oakum 4
blower due Elizabeth Shoemaker
late clerk, and Serve
Cli scella coui
ground rent a& emit ort Patrick bow
,00t door pliyai 7 ,
ciao said ruedicinea
William Grief, I year and extra ser
vices as Director
Wtlliarrl Matz, Ido I ;do
William Matz, I de salary as Direc
tor " ;
Dr. Jacob F. Treiehler, physician for
Balanee due Treasctrer
Wt: the subscribers having examined the Act
count of the Treasurer sue' ut the Directors of the
Poor and of the thotise of Employment for the
county of Schuylkill. DO - REPORT elm fore.
going ,statement cushe result of our investigation.
Witness our Han ds this 4th day of Ja,hhary
tditl r 4011 N SNYDER. ,
E. Y. FARQUHAR.
SAMUEL HUN7IINOBR, Steward, in account
milk the Director's of the Pair and of the House
of 4mplaymenf for bicittrylkiff county, frost the
17116 day of .hrlry, 1107,, to Ist day of Janu
ar-W.1838; botha ya included..
1837. i• DR.
Jan. 11. Balance ai per lastiettlentent •BM 619
Cash receiv.4 front Treasurer 1648 00
261,b05 lb. hey sold 259 21
7 bushels whttat, 6/ bus. flaxseed,
and tamothi aced 25 I2i
bnuer and cheese.. 14 12
Rage and beef ,S 45
Wood and lime - • l5 43
2d crop hay , -6.00
indentures • .2 00
3 calves, • . 13 50
Veal nod laidia 28' 46
Watch sold 2 00
Fine fur nunfing o n farm on as 8 00
To Cash received from the COMiliiiiioo
- of tieboylkilteounty, for boarding
di.e. of Joseph Kaereher, a Initial; 126 66
By Cash paid Atavelling expenses, ace. 11 53
11;9391b. 85uri.19,4 bsa. oats, 211
glass & patty
Wagon and hmulAdo,
School and old amounts
Brick and 'time
From paupei,s . •
Boarding paupers. &c.
Muslin, Satinets, shoes, stockings.
nosey. chitt. &c. for .family 35 0
••• ' • RENTS. . •
George Kaufrinan, 675 00
Henry, Boyd, ; 62 104
William Fesider, 12 00
Anthony Dream, --6 00
Jan. I , 1838.: Balance,
bushel rye chop, 44 bus. ship
stuff, IZI bus. cote chop, •od
Wl bus vie - io . 738
atockings Ind bag . - ~ 17 ' 3i ,
ink powder, beer, pOstage & eggs 3' fli
36 loads dung . 28' 00
'46 ions stone coal - 86'56
hired men and work- on farm, 160 95
assistant to Steward " .54 00
maids, . • - • ,- 19 06}
shoeing horses & repsiringsmgan I 68 ,
salt, Itme, oil fish and putty de 2 „601
stage fare and expenses, sending
and biinging paupers and alPv - / --
ing notices . ' IS 21;
sewing u . ; - . 6 96*
dried apples, peaches and cornets ~ 2 1371
bronly, twine, oil, butter & wino- ", •
seeds, mini, work in of n and
tllf 111 es . „ 9 67i
plaiter, Straw. and cl Tamed
shoes, whip, tea ken , nails &c. 18 11l
nisi ingS, sew, air • „hay knife, 22 95
combs and On, age ' • - v 2 30
fruit trees - I'oo
i n t4i: c 4. , i t i f i f 6 a: th 4a lii
~. , ii, 78 i
arlicella. . ,-*----
j a ,A ew tsentu io T l4giglieitit66' "" ' 3
„ stag litiottlestifewillaitAstiegg
-tiastallis'ir-fires fiettitiriging,;paos ies
-!,.„,ki:,, *L. 6.
0 ,vh.„,.,..,k,af.,,,, .. , ~,
- . aqd'lihrning firma - , H 7. 721
"161.8 as stilhadnal ' " - r... - 37 50
3 bards tiMag...hoptesaand Imithiti 7 - 93 j
tailoring and seatutt. -, ' :-: ....
„,_ . 19171
• plough and-harness .' - ' .. 5 25
wink in garden
witneits wages " .
Cycirwg pigs ' - , '"3 Oh I
/2 pai• blankets . . 1521 yds mjudirt.
" - /291 'di calico. bditcs. 'lived.
• buttatia 4 jcan, Lion akin, nosey, are. 91 05
peal akin Cepa and shoes 62 81
1i S gals molasses.2ll th— sogar.
1571 b coffee, oil, We, mackerel,
tobacco, tail -i.. - . /14 68
I+ll ytisjobeck, 1901 yds plaid, 79
•.. yorteretiaen., , , 49 00
coals, variarbtusbes. qacesiawitas 32 561
• tarkeysi.- • 500
coffins, boards and bed pins 1 20
iy compensation as steward Irma
.Ist Jartuary j 837, to tat Aptil
by compensation as steward and
• clink; from /at April, 1837. to
. 1 . lei January. 11338. , •
Balance ih the bar* OfStearawd
126 26 ,
' I PAUPERS,
Paupers remaining in the litialts on the 16th
day of Saiarity. 1837: '
Maks:under 9. -yearn, • gO '
Femaleirinder 9 yeses. 14
On ale omitted in the &entrant, 1
Admitted Into the Noose from the;l6th
January 1837, to lat Jatiusly Itat,
hat day included
t Maki born in house
Feunalca buru to bouts
' e a 31
Out door pau2ero
• rhoki number2lo
Motes discherged -mid absturnd 91
Fuldales 4,„, 26
,Males died _
Females (and ' 2
Bound out, / male unit I &mak 2
Remaining - ;
Remaining in the house on the tit
' 'Males 28
Illeliar-rtuder 12 years • 21
) Female~ - 23
Females . under 9 years 1
Out door, 1 female I
Bound ort.—William Rietunits, to William
Palma, Norwegian township. i
do Susan Wight, miVilliarn Carroll,
Out &kw, pauper, , Catharind Miller, Wayne
Relief granted to Abraham Shoup, Schuylkill
Relief granted to Orsigsburi
... PRODUCE' OF FIRM.
187 bni wheat, 34531 boa tyei 5251 do oats, Bt9
do potato* 6i do fla
452 do corn to cobs, 5
,d • thy seed, 0
pumpkins, 6 loads cord tops, Pi two hay d
secoo4 atop, 42 lb wool, 2 bottoms, 4intlks
PRODIICE IN HOUSE.
' 87 gala appld butter, bodhels dried apple*,
1 coffin, 83 frocks. 55 chemise, 34 petticoats, 26
pair pantaloons. S roundabouts, 76 aprons, 24
/harts, 4 pair oboes, 93 lb carpet rags, 28 sheets,
plows, chaff bags and bed tiels. 21 taiga cloths,
calls and capes, boob' soap. '
3 calves, 1113.50:4 sheep. Iht,3 'beep skins. 111.
‘' SLAUGHTERED. 1
eAff.No7f lb.; hide 91b.; 3 lathing, 51 lb. .;
Fiitoned on Farm and sloughlered.
10 witero\, \ 4367; Mbar!, 2531 i lb. bides 638 lb
tallow, 216 t Ib.; lard 481 lb.
LOSS OF LIVE STOCK
13 r hogsand pia, 1 calf. & 2 !cheep killed ')y deg*.
PRODUCE OF LIVE STOCK,
8 Calves, 10 lamtti., 31 young pigs.
PRODU& OF GARDEN.
987 head cabbage,ll9s pickles, 31 Umbels en
mos, f do seed dq. 10 do red - beets, 5.1 lb hops. 15
quart* sallade seed; Il 41 onion seed, 2 do celery
seed, 3i do coriander, celery,. Parma ipa, beaus, &a.
7414 lb butter, 179 i lb abeam:.
6 R 2.
Wt the sobscribers.hiriug examined the ac
counts of the Steward of the House or Employ
ment of Schuylkill County, DO REPO#T the
foregoing statement as the result of our hums:irk.
Lions Witness ow hinds .this h dry' Janu
ary, 1838. EIYW .
T . rAniutmia.
JOHN SN YHER. •
Feb. 8.1838. 41
Wetherill di Brother,
AT 711 E OLD STAND
No. 65 NORTH FRONT STREET.
• EAST SIDE.
Titan DOORII raon ?Hy Connate or Alton ST.
MANUFACTURERS - OF
WhiteLmud dryand I Calomel. •
ground in Cit. 5 Red Precept.
Red - Lead. White do-
Litltrage. - " " striol Alb.
antook Yellow, quinine.:
do, Green rt. Emetic --
do Red ' rther Sulph.
Patent Yellow. do Nitric
Sugar Lead do Acitie
01. Vitriol • stn. . do
Aq. Ford, - Acit. Morphia
Miriam Acid sulpb. do
Epsom Salta c. sulphur
_Acid i. de INanot. • ,
i Solx.-,Ca• Soda ormes tifinere ~;
Carros. Sub. Merb. . tbtops do. !I
Refiner; ofChampbor, .:' t ?Stns. Brimstone. KZ
&e.... Offer for sale tbi, a re mentioned arti es . to.
rubor with t general a Ortment of Paints ., Drugs
and Dye ...lark. sod every Mber article in the helm.
cal and Medicinal line. L, • .•
Se manufacturers of 1. the anodes gnu elate d
under the above head, thelpledgeihearselves o sup.
ply their friends and tbe, Wic on theydost repsona=
ble terms. ~.. .
Window and Picture Ottisa. from 6 8, to 84 %I
°dill ISM •• ; ; 4S
ti 94 19f
LARD -20_ Kegs fi
3':S-' .f n-' - ~t , _~ 't~ *l"'Ya: ._ ~}~ 111 li`,
. . . - .
. . .
, k 1 •
,;.1.......-.>-?..,.jry.....,...,:_,,,,, , 4 , .........,-..-.., ...-' .‘. -.........,...-. • f... •
' • Den toil *urger,.
• ; 4ete .440 1 )1!!kt
/0 0 " 4 ? - "t 14 * - ;WARSEItei
peoliltinkbjecte,r rtainina .
They in.watrestilka every miasma .whicki can
he armee/IMO/43M tme-to entire 'maw. remove,
caries and fill'eavitietrivitireld. end perfertn4ll
Arr °petitions nticlVlnuf nacciwarylor lbe
' oreservation of thej_ektk *ad rolusit
.7 her are: Smekton'a, haw( fol.
prated- inmreepti teeth, for the improvement
..,fwhich lie wwwrecenthe rire-mited, With a gold
gift as a preteletts born the darerieen leakier' ,
The ,4l ,teth atilt perked imitation of Nilkre.)
•and aoipata ti .beiMty and durability all °theta,
that' base bout belientore Inveo 4 : r
They keepthearivareunirtoothi s titteuthiuk. y l 4
also the Campanili: Kre o •l4eirittritate. Ple'Pg;•)
red by thernecire W winch " offer Lathe puiiiiii
Is pa/wearing qtmiities equal eco... uper i ur m an y!
now iii.tute. . ' •
They respectfUy eoliest onblic pationat m , gil dl
request.thosewho requite dente) aid h cal) im, : t
ezainine their teetinsoniaLt of character, practical
Having' spent much time in the study. atAi prae"
rice of their prtAssion, they feel confillent that
entire aa*fietiun trill be given, and promise
that all- operation" shall be as neat Out Oirable
es those performed by the first Dentists in OW
kneed cities, ormoebarges made.
Attendance et private rmiderices t rat
D. C. WARNER, M. D.
DR. K. B. iVEST.
N. R. Refinance may be lead to Doct. nal
/to 2Q 4 - :
Chanveigne, . Wines!
N ATti ANS , &-co, have on hand add attar
a- 11 • for Int lit, '.50 baskets Champagne W inert of
the most celebrated brands. among vrhich may
he found the Woodcock Brand; a wine far auperkte
to ally ever utTered for sale t this" place.
Alen. tbagennineAstekor Errands.
Jem 31 . - 7—•
Linn at.ilriLEs 1 40 y lealts,trrAN
%tn.. Ffannalillrom'ne; - Wife of Sirsephown,e.
N. 6.h street , gear Second, W mvbrirg, si ll let
Ed for the last fen Years with the Liver complaint,
completely restored to health through the treat.
meat of Dr. Win. Evans. Symptottia—Habitual
oonMipetinn of the bowels, tote' lose of appetite,
excruciating pain of the epigastate region, great
depression of Spirits, lang.uorand other symptcims
of extreme-debility, disturbed 'Alsip, inordivate
thrw of the menses, pain In the right aide, could.
not lie on bef left Side Without tttt aggravation,
of the pain, Mine high col4red,, with oilier wiqinp.
tome indicating great derangement in the fpric..
bona of the liver.
Mrs Browhe was attended by three of the first
physicians, tint received but little relief trom.their
medicine, till 4r. Browne procured ao.ne oft Dr..
Wm. Evanais invaluable preparation*, whieh ef
fectually relieved her of the above distresei,ng.
symptoms, with others, w fuel, it is l int eesen(iAt
to intimate. i JOSEPH BROW-NE. .
City end CottntY of New York, as:' ,
Joseph Ilifowne, of Williamahtitg,Lonk Wand:
being duly iworn, did depose fnd Ulf that, the
&eta as set fhrth in the within statement. to which
he has sulaigribedishis name, are - jest andyrrie,
Hetiband of the said Hannah Browne.
Sworn befalls me this 4th,day of Janneoy, 1837.
''ETER PIN K N EY, retie'. of Dtseds.
Dada* Rubber Over. Shoes/ -
"'tin" teo;eived a fresh anoply of India Rubber
l ur Oirer Shoe. of an excellent quality, and for
ale cheap by S. & J. FOSTER.
vJan 31 7-3 „.
f'kFFER for Sale at their wholesale and retail ruin
`lt ly Grocery Store. Centre. 3 doors below Mai ket.
street, a prime asiort t offresh Groceries,Cousitt
St.l3orniugo and browned Coffee .
N. Orleans. St. Crois, brown and ,
whiM Ilava num loaf and lump A n il. "
New Orleans, West I h „
IndWasid sugar house $ "* (l * -ise " •
tmpenal.Gun Powder , Young
Hyriiin, Pouchong.Orange Pet , j Teas
co. Souchorg raid Bohea
Bakers, Chasm, Spanish. Schmitz
-ek Litigl4%, and sweet spiced .$
Prepared Cocoa. Cocoa shells
John - Bulls, bolniter,Auchovy. s;Sandes
Canton soy and C,urvie
Mited,Onion. Mangos:, $ Pickles '
. Lemon and French
Olives, esprit, Anchovies
Cayennemepper, allspice and Ginger
Cloves. Mace, Nutmeg. and canto
Rine, emir of rice, stem* 4
Cun ants, Figs, Raisins, Prunes
Sweet and I biner almonds, citron
011ie Oil. wirit hirtitire,krnot Syrup r
Preserved ginger.chers . codfish • •
Herring. Mackerel, salmon
and adored vra.t. sperm /
Wadded and dipt tallow.
Palm, variegated Mown and yel ow situp
Old Madeira. old pow, claret ,
Brown. and pale shelf,. champaigne Wines
0)d hock. Lathan. dry milaga in wood
Sweel mainga. Muscatel; de bottle
Malmsey, marseillei Ar Sicily Madet4J
Scotch. Irish, moirongahela &coin whiskey
la pnnisette.anoiseed,di peppermintcordials
Cognac. ehampagne.Sponishl , cow brandy
Extra sup : span inferior do
Half Spaatsb and- eommim cigars .
Cat& piano arid rooutdod glarael ware
Uhina aid crockery_ . ,
qualoy Lardlgr 'Abby
& Y. liftTrY.
N. Nathans d: Co.
shaortraent' of Dry Goods. &e... ste. all of
whirl they are disposed to sell on the opt reasons.
hie tarot's. Heads of Faintlies arid T veto Keepers
era iradsrly invited tacall.• ,-
f , Ear . BARG.
_abk Retti•Property iiii
. , s s FOR -SA 14E.
THE undnrsigned offers for sr& all that well
known. three isukry4lllCli StaRZ AIM
DWELLINdIiO USE end the anp, rtimmees.
situate in Centre, street. Pottsville. the property
of the undersigned, together -with ',nine_ othor
eneMents in the rear of :said fluitaing, and the
tot Of around whereon the whole 'stands.,. The
:hvleit buiditilfosa t itl. montnioh-th . Kti - sfeet in 1
flont—finished from the basement story to the
gamtt. ire** best style: workmatlibip, and bath
aw* brininess stand and, 11,, , e0 7;ich . thet,, is, in 9.4 fa.
aonsahly situated. /he egopg i#rofeity gPM
beirekl on low and a9cornitiOdating, terms, Tart
of the purchase 0 300 0 may kfinft. 1 on I ,l l e prop:
. a sitfof a feat yeara.if clasired., pe4ppleuta,
[bles: and POPIIeSeiOD turbo pre)},i med4atelf,—
I aptly 44) - t . . .C.11,,1, Ne;s
April 2 4 .- .• t 2.41: • .f,, -P*tsviite t
. - \ 4.,-
.1 t 1., \ . L.
LH ' ' '
j! NOticeleeredi rs. ,
FIEREAro,i - - amoanen I . lt . set o ! G ins.
ail4mois. en atbactnastiOotwiiit 'ln . V i t )
t- 141 t ectif ' 'Mt' of glis:hriectigi: -014 t ID i :
cir l tt4 county ofttohn# liAAttz.l:l 1-migaXiikjitit • ,
. certain Danitletlissdie,74o l l 44 oleli*'‘VT'•
44 in said tourity r tt tst 44 ,1 .4 01 r.:4 ~.-..
Bilidley..or saidtortoiditpiAnfsrii*peta; sonesetaisku . _ -j. , , , , , ,.
, rj)Mis. thanks ind . ifrettg -- or Ow Andrew "- ' • - 1 2-
'Bradey - have been attic:hod; iimPn sr- asarin-m*. , ` , ti..-4.,
:tody, of Samuel TlipintiaMt and - ir'-',Wilstkirrar..... [....t2.... :
the horough ofrottaillieoibilhite 'Vail bed 'f, ' - .,-_,...Y::
firmed of according tetait. ..1001 — ..,,WilkefOit t: , f . .4.1 ,
g i r o notice to the- cridliomor the, paid, itloittOri ''''.;','",
Sri dbeiy,! to 'appear niiiiiatutdarlli li-da At t b k .„ . ./ ,- ,.,_ !: : ,,, , , ..i.'
'mast 'tsrst, at lOo`elobitliax*: att Sii - 4,4140.• 1 .. , A l ziz. -
atitotoriber, then and he ro teiditieoterai ' 'iniiiipi zi :-",:,,--. z .?,.
tr*Mititif their demands agrceo3-1, - the hied k _ ,-. , ; ;,e1
4t , 1 the said act. • 1 , !" ' ' ''''.:'.-* .:.; -1-•- - L!..,,.-.4t,
--, ... \ WEN* AMINS3 At :14 1 1.4-. -!:-.$- ~i icl tif
P l atjsville, January St 7 18384 . -. .. 3r - r. +A I . .„4' . '"C ,, ' ,
:1; .L -..f,-,.
, • •
', ‘ -. •_ • NOTICE 1•• 1 , -- ,
./S hereby "yen, that lettere iff:fadmi / intrithin
have ben gr ted to the Yinhveribel. fthejtiAL'
~sister OfSchnylh tcountyhrthe(esteit DC/alien
Walk deOfitsK eI. tatt:nf NOrthitAiptixt. lily 4 r
44 tteprionn--inctebied to aid *slat* ern: .therekliii
regvelted to roakepavment ‘cp theitu riboir;oo
such a 1 .% may have claims on ead estrite, to pith...
Vent them anti authentirided(for settleineut. i:
iISD Ali W 1 t;; :. i •
Jan 27 6-6 - - Ji.dcrehlitetrator.l
rirt BE directory of the - Couimoin Sch tilit4ir •
borow.zh pf Pottsville, havi • t„. by yeautor •
.4feterroined to grant permits to enter paid-eclat% "...„q
only on the first end thirtl 'Pheethve nr.encit
BENJAMIN CIOIOMPE;in. -• •
Jen 26 : Prertident: •.• •
Sleigh' at Pub Side.
WILL be sold at Public Ametion .l tt the, honas
of Henry Stager, on Sturdy the ,I4th
day ol February, at 2 o'clock to the afternoon. a
Grit rate one horse Weigh,. nearly neju—tertue at
tale. - G Alt% 4000...
To. Itenk. t - ~-.
TILE Furnace., grist mll, w'
dwelhog hoosei and far of ) . 25a.nreis of,
land, situated at Kernsvilie, a nt a teen - mile s
fiom Reading. The Canal td tripike
from Reading to Pottsville, hot peas irnmetlitty,,
in front 0f the buildings. i i •
The 111,10460 n is au excellent one 1 for bosibesis.
Pusses.ion can be had bn tktb fro 0 day of April
•• xt--for fort her piaticularirtnquira• at-the: othsoa
of "the. Se'hitylltill Navfgatioiii CoMpany, *both •
seventh street, Philadelphia, rof II . ite
• .OR WON • ' sl `
.Sorier - nal "Mien , Reading:
,i - , •f,...1q 10 • •
EiitNNA4N hes commenced
1 1 - 0 • cry in connection willt.his
where all kinds of Rdolts ; will be
shortest notiet at low rates:
iftn 27 •
t-NJE BoolF4 . varietuk kit T andkithers, just received and
1 "' B.
Aho—:drafts, notria end ehlige 6
jam 27 - f
ET Z'S ; frairliii.
Vt usble work.just receinid and
jan 27 . 6 f 'B.
c..icas,ad for sale
- jun 627 ,
STRAYED awatfropi he ettbseriber a few
days ago, a ted and - white cote with a white
face, and without borne. 4ny pertain tiviss-)n
formation', or bringing the: wane to •Jeliarinait
C,oekbilfinniceper. in LeweOytt, will be • reiraid
ed for theirpouble, and la 'reasonable ei
jen 34 -
LIFE OF HENRY CLAY. Loji Preottpe. just
received and for sale by • -
jan 20' t. RAFNAN.
. , ogiimar. A OVA. .. , -... 0r....
Bookseller, ,Be adles. of .
Wdi base revised Lad prelprirki put to
press in a few wicks a hied °sera
and importsot work for Iron Masters, ailltoad
Projectors. Dealers in bon; Smiths'. 14.,itu beor •
titled as ritiltrivir-. ; ,.* !
~ ••••1 < 1! .
"Tits hots Tastiat with- practiCaliertiarkwand
useful observations; including nOw -aptiannirris•
!must've Tables. arranged in ah luiprestitt,Wais
containing the aught of ripwattdeonlVll"differ•
ent bodies and substrintes Of inln,iticlEiiirvonlnff '.
square and fiat bites -strip lint and' lippliaZtarit
er; plates-and sheet iron by moraine on Aii,thlrii.-
and by the numbelson the wire Ave. l'h,,..Whlelt
will be annexed the ,near t paoport
bps of feet which is Nina, oh ton hr Iseeight at
each ' of the different WI or slizerr. 'ittid 'ashlar
can be aviertsined In and, inatan ; , by PultnnAson .
lof the' Tables." '• r , -_ , :I
This, will be a eompilition and rep7ll)A riNts
I wosearee English storks; etilaiged arllnipittcrea•
opogetpresaly hir home use. Alia tisalted.sbni.
her 'wilt only be poblisheil, being nearly oil' rubs
and fine work) bookse;lll7s . iiiid others: shimld
forward their order* in dno season. ael;the .ii tali
will.be prepared for Press on jtbs:',lst lirAlrirclir
lt will be neatly printed , ants bingo'eljr*ind.
—Price sl.,sopgr eqb3taingi-tirs mat Olciliirifel
to the - Trite. '". ' v J.; - •I .--: 't - - .... , ..4 . ' .
Orders fl,r tbe above Itprk „wilt betti, , ed at •
TIOS OFFICE. • ' .- ,• • .
order: 9r Ili , cffiiiialiii,
- - a• - • COurf ofSofitiyikqedin I ,3' , ,9 ll •Uttlr!VAtVq.,:-
•ith.4farof Febratey oilii,il - 1-reeNeiren-Atelfc,,Q.l
ternoen,- Daniel Fetpcltdd • lfillaur?..ifv(l,ii*iii:l;--:- . , i,
ininistretore of theeftte of Coara4ratifiilate - OrV.A
Berke. Cfunifi 411ftiased i et ellioe/
. bs,r - i: -- i'..,
Putiti-Arerld4 'W. Piakiii - .0 itlo.;'petv. - -)i-, : ..:
Ceiba* tilesiu4gAtXtid - ; lot ! 61' 0rTiN1,A,614,, ,ii in 'lf.
the - Ow*. ,ef ..•rpwegfp* , IPiet . txc!" . Alitilibip.l:::-,
Sch4lkilleouety. 14.1)1s theoittatiiiiiofloti
meikedlti - 8,: in-the gene I, - piao - -0r0,id,..t001i,;, , ;
:::late the estele• - of ihe said
1)A. 4,peg,LrA-:::tn= -.-
•13i Otdef pc !be Court. ' - s-; -.
i" - ;-
A AM I#EIDICAX ,
Admir4ol, r . ; - -
403 PEI 11011GAlik 1 „
#ria for, ,
V.AL.It. Flab end Pfxai
eSept 33 44
mitll-,‘" • "
, Book .41.11"4-
bound al. 'hi
;a for ,tollier!,
for sale , *
'ea $l. jails*.