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H FRONT ST EET,
THE CORNEIt 0 Ascii 'Sv..
' Vitriol Alb,
do Nitric I
• Sulpb. do •
t Opi. tle Narcot.
or,Salt Nnre,Brini one, Bons,
e above mentioned articles. to.
'1 assortment or Nina'. Drugs
- 'other article in the Chem
No. 65 NOR
White Lead dry and
ground in Oil. •
do f Green
04 Vitriol •
Aq. Fortis .
Sup Carb. Soda
Carron, Sub Merc.
&c. Offer for sale t
getber with a gee.
and DyerStuffit, and .
cal and Medicinal
Being meant • •
ander the above h ••• •
ply their friends •
Ando* and Pi
Oct 21 183'7
of all the articles enumerated
.they pledge themselves to sup
the public on the most reasona-
e Glass, from 6 8J to 24 30.
! Cheese i!
le • do
20 Casks of pre
20 Boxes pine a
for sale by
dee S -
apers Co $ 1
hers. with •
for sale to r y .
•aim's Panacea, just receiv.
the prqprietor. .Upwards of
nd Bottles of this valuable
list year, and tht demand is
by the dozen, or single bottle.
or three bottles ftir $5 by
.nt for Schuylkill County.
ed fresh fro
medicine were sol
increasing. For sal
Price $2 per bottle
Also Swaim's V .
aits dC. CO. •
their wholesale and retail rats'
. . Ceitre. 3 doors lielow Marke
ent9f fresh Groceries,consist
OFFER for sale
ty Grocery Sto •
street. a prime asso
- N. Orleans.
New OA •. •
pita. . 1 C od •
. c iv i l , brown and sugars
arlaafand lamp ,
W e " , 1 Molaasea
it , c ,. Tana
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On nom Tun Cayman 01 mg movirmis, MIZTAtiI WINIOU WILLOI 115111311911iT0 001117 D ,
TO - 0111 CU AND P1X.,1111111.—DC.10111111021.
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HAS removedhis Oaks to Centre Btreecint -
Avii-posite the Brick Building of George M. ;Jen
flute, where he will streiid to all business ten.
United uphill in the 10e of his prolkasion,
Oa. 81 - •
. who re
The. Polity, illigazime erase
, • ful Knowkledge, .
Idecidedly ape of the Sheapeatand moat ;po.
puler periodicals now extant—there are 200.-
000 copies sold every month in England . , and 63,.
000 in America.
The Parts of vol. 6 (for the year 1837) as far
as received, can be had atithis office. Price 185
per plict. or $.2 00 pier
Tina Magazine is pub?l , :ed in monthly parts.
containing 40 large pag Abe present volume is
much enlarged and,imp d. The illostrations
of wood cuts are caseated in a superior manlier.
There is au advantage in' taking thie work over
all others, a person can di;Continue it whenever
be sees proper, for each part is always complete
Complete sets of this work from the commence.
meet can be procured of .he subscriber. at per
volume. ' i B. BANNAN.
$t 50 will
Ines will be
'imam BOOKS of various kinds for colliers,
II- and others, just repisiied and fpr sale by ,
Also—drafts, notes andtbecks bound in books.
Jan 27 : , - 6
CALL AT THE
Corner of Centre and Merkel . / Streets, Potiebills
THE subscribers respectfully announce to
their friends and the public generally, that
they have taken the tor formerly occupied by
Jacob Bull & Co., cornericif Centre and Mirket
streets, where they are Doti providedwitba choice
. Dry Goods,
Groceries ) .
which they are determined at the Very low.
est prices. HAZZ.ABD A. STILAUCII.
N. B. All kinds of CoMitry Produce taken at
the highest market priceit.
April 1 2-6
Catholic :Books •
Key to Paradise,
P.,ior Man's Bible,
5 - mall Catechism, •
Just received and for sale by B. BANNAN.
Dec 23 5
LIFE OF HENRY CLAY, by Prentice, kid
received and (or sale by
jan 20 B. BANNAN.
Comfort and Convenience.
To THE HEALTHY AND SICK.
The subscriber respectrhily informs his, friends
and the public at tarp, that, since his return from
Europe, be works with a new zeal and diligence
at the manufacturing of Elastic Matrasses in this
Borough, and flatters himself, without fearing
the accusation that he i 0 a Boaster and Charla
tan, with being able herea(ter to make such mat
tresses as not to be inferior to any work of this
kind, in reference to their beauty, solidity, and
durability, and people will certainly be convinced.
of the .comfort and saving of time, which the"
articles afford, principally when there is some
body sick in the family.
Besides the subscriber knows the old adage.
**the work must give credit to its maker," and
he therefore, very politely invites thole wishing
to get an article of this description, to come and
examine for themselves,tnie of the said Metres-
D es, just now fikiehed, that they may be convin
ced of the truth of his saying.
N. NATHANS & Co.
%I 26 Nom
. wed Ind
J4 l l
g P ens Oa ' sago
:pi In wood
a & Co* weinkey
uth nom brandy
40.'4110. &c. ell of
the Soot seemoes
' Teem Iteepers
- . i. : .-.6 - 0, ~, I. A .
n , .
Reading, Jan. 18, 1838
P. S. Peraoni wishing to buy Elastic Mitres;
sea, of the : description aforesaid, will please sp•
ply to the sub.crtber, a few doors above Featlier'i
Store, in Reading, where a list of subscription is
open to the public, as toe manufacturing thereof
wants some time. The Matrasses will not be
delivered before May next; •
The undersigned has; at the request of Mr.
Bavar Mavis examivecf his newly invented
"double Spring Elastic ',Meanies." Its uniform
elasticity renders it truly. luxury for common
use; and tc the sick especially. Such as are
long confined to a hot ivintal posture, it promises
to prove invaluable. Ili permanent smoothness
will supersede the necessity of removing the pa.
tient oto•mate his bed," while its elastic quality
appears well calculated lo obviate in a great de.
gree or entirely prevent the sloughing so apt to
occur in eases of long cdnifinement.
ISAAC HIESTER, MD.
1 fully concur in the ppinion above expressed,
in regard to Mr. Meyre'e "Double Spring Elastic
JOHN i j ' P. MASTER. M. D.
Havinrcarefully examined Mr. Henry AlLeyre's
"Double Spring Elastic( 'Morass," I concur- in
the above opinion, beliriving it to answer all the
purposes intended. , JOHNS. 0770.
1 have examined Mr. eery Meyrs's • "Double
Spring Matra's" with ).e, and 1 would recom
mend it to all pylons, d especially to dab sick,
as i t would be avast advantage to them.
Having carefolly swarmed Mr. Henrys Hey-
We "Double Sprit!, Mastic Marries," irony
coneor.in the opinion eXpreseed. in the foregoing
certificate. A. IL .WITA VAN.
I hive examined witliFse
tie Metrass " and fully . •, cur in the !clam. ia,
hove expres;ed,ss-to itii.neefulness and general
good qualities. 1 ,
At Mr. Meyre'e requell. I examined his 4Elar
tic Matron. " and conch in the favcirablel s opin
ions espresleA by the a . namcdlentleMan.
I • NON 0. BIROIL
ECHAN'S.Doniesi Medicine, from the 22d
English ediliciaAti4sytegivedand for ii,als by
jigs 20 4 - IL, RANN4N,
Clove seed.: .`
J received-sad f ' Palo , •
lig 20 timbal* prime efrot sod. !,
a f rtmun 1141=p
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C4cap Raisins and Nunes.
J' if received by tbeeubecriireri
LP ' WO -lbs. Raisin;
can Prune—which beirill saliva 6 1 1 code
per b. J0 . 1 . 1V S.C.. MARTEN.
Dye 2" 2
100 REAMS Wrapping Paper. -fix sal
wholesale sad cheap,
&h ; 3 00/103.
lian Ibe• Boa Featbare.justraceividaed
liana offered &made by
HAZZARD - 4 , MAUCH.
Nov 11 ' • • " '5l-
W LiLS:ALE ANO - RA7,44,L
1004;111X411 2 ,.groicry
. quer Store,
Geraer. ofeenue gad Market areal. Pottieille.
April & 28-
' BR'S CHEMISTRY, price 61. just T(3.
21 - calved and for sale by B. BANNAN.
• Religious Works.
BANNAN has just received th e following
works, London and America ed
does, which he offers for sale cheap.
Original Family Sermons, 5 vols.
Mauillons' Sermons. •
Leland's view of Detstical Writers ,
Sturtevant's Preacher's Manugl, 2 vols,
Drew on the Resurrection,
I Drew on the Soul.
Bridge's on the Psalm CXIX,
Faber on laiidelitv,
James' Christian Professor,
Pried Essay On Religloine Dissensions,
Cbrieriatr Father at Borne,
i A Mother's Request, &c. 4c. r• •
English and Welsh Books.
/ORR Subscriber will import all kinds of Eng:
-m; Ush and Welsh Books, at the shortest notice
These persons wishing to obtain foreign publics.
tions'ivill please leave a list at the office of the
Miners' Journal. B. BANNAN.
_Rec 23 - 5
JOSEPH C. KERN •
D ESPF:CTFULLY informs the citizens of
Pottaxille & vicinity, that he constantly keeps
ob band, at the corner of Centre and Callowhill
strums, neit door above the Nitional Hotel, a,
large and elegant assortmerit of Staple and Fancy
Dr Goods, with a choice selection of Wines, Li.
quors and Crockery ware, all of which have been
parbhased at the very lowest cash prices in the
Philadelphia market, nod will be sold at 121 per
411 kind of country produce taken in a:Change
for • oods. aug 19 39—tf
'VIM undersigned offers for sale all that well
.!known three story ,BRICK STORE AND
DIFELLEVO HOUSE and the appurtenances,
sitiiate in Centre street, Pottsville, the property
of the underaigned t together with nine other
tenements in the rear of said building, and the
lot lof ground whereon the whole stands. The
bridk building aforesaid, contain .
. thirty feet in
ImM—finished from the basement story to the
geiret in the best style of workmanship, and both
asp business stand and a residence, is most fa
vourably situated. The foregoing property will
be Sold on low and accommodating terms. Part
of the purchase money may remain on the prop.
ertr for a few years, it desired. Title indisputs.
ble and possession can be Oen immediately--
apply to G. M. JENNINGS: •
April 22 32—tf • Pottsville.
• New Goods.
A general assortment of fresh and seasonable
Goods just received—consisting in put of •
Dry Goods, •
Salt, Plaster, -- ecc.. ace.
wli s ieh will be sold low for cash. The highest
price paid in cash for all kinds of emboli" puxies.
JOSEPH WHITE & SON.
fount Carbon, Dec 2 2
HENRY 111 EYRE.
' 4-3 m
rfl subscriber has now on hand at his St o r e
Et and Storehouse on Centre and Rail . Jzoae
streets, a full assortment of Goode, suitable for the
coill region viz :
i Barr Iron of assorted sizes,
Band and Eidop do . do
Nails and pike Rods do do
Steel, Round & Square do do
i Nails and Spikes do do
Cull Shovels ' do .do
a general assaortment i .
All of which be is selling at reduced nice,.
Jan 13 2 J CLAYTON.
For the instantaneous come
THE TOOTH ACHE;
Dllseerrareal and brought to its gritatest perfection
BY MONSIEUR CHABERT. -
i This is to certify that t bays tried
f your Tapuy
Elixir in several cuss of Tooth Ache. in. yibieb
va certainly found of very great perdu.
: J. R.- HARVEY,
' Member Of the Royal Collegeof Sugeona.
1 Landon, Sept. 10; 1880: " . •
A friend stepped in tosay that be bad visitor
• Firs King this morning. and witnessed his
mellows cure of the Tooth Acbk. One little
y in particular. who looked Cross enough to bite
a ten - penny nail clear Of, ii ten Minute's smiled
a the • decayed Moth and'defted'its painr—U. 8.
VILLE, P. 4►: SATURPAY-MOUNINGIOIIAItoII to.
i 6 RIJT BaRG-.IIMS: t.
flaluable Real Property in Pottsville,
Medal Cheese, Soap &c.
40 casks superior medal cheese,
50 boxes Philadelphia soap.
18 1 hhd. Irish oat meal, for sale by
MILLER, & HAGGERTY.
NovlB - . 52-Smo
A fresh @apply of tbeabovejuiet
And torah by B:BANNAN,
jibast inOujast fezhi liwaii brads
- - -
- - - -
tdsi gka ' • -
211).000 Lethse.4 *likable far raker •or obi*
4lifitte - 4) . A.A. GLLE.
431011nd Clot it! Cloths! fl
.lams :.NALTHANS Eke& bare - Doer on Astrid
Blue, blank, olilre,greew and claret cloths,
do do and fancy cesohneres,
Phiin and egured - eattinetta,
Mohair pilottleitlis and . othertnatinga, •
Gentili& caniblets, wattage, &c &c
all of whickbeing prcliaved at auction in Phila-
delphia, fuwA,Naw York, we guarantee to 'ell, AO
per cent etieapbr than can be purchased ebiewhere
in till's borough. f.t deC22
. Far Sale, -
. A eakniabk Tract-of'roal Land,
L YING and
ian, on th West Branch near the We WOE la the township of Norws.
Branch Rail Road, bout tour miles from Schn7l ,
kill Haven --ther it .me or more Coal Pena
passing through this and. For irifigmation ap.
ply to - 4 'JACOB REED. •
pr Mr. HOFFMAN, Esq.
March 25 24- 1 • at Reding.,
Dying and Scouring.
A UGUSTUS EHLER bits returned from Fla
rope. and intends to commence fancy and
plain dying, in Silks and Merin" at his ole stand
in Centre Street, Pottsville. Also scouring coats
and pantaloon.. He la restful for past favors,
•nd Elopes by attention and punctuality to merit
a continuance of bile former custom.
Deo 23 3-ti
holesale and Retail Dry
POLLOCK & *SAVER have just received
"in addition to their extensive assortment of
DRY GOODS, Super SuFerior Blue and Blatt
Cloth, superior fancy coloured do. new style ea:.
simeres, satinet's ind Beverteens, miners' fus
fiane, kC. Feb 18 14—
Encourage Home Manifactures.
'RE subscriber respectfully announces to the
m• public that he - has commenced the Manuiac.
ttire of Confectionary in ell its .various branches,
at his Store in Centre Street, nearly opposite the
PottiYille Rouse, lirbere Confectioners' and .utti
ers can always be, supplied wholesale and retail,
at the lowest Philadelphia • mill prices. •
Country Merchants are respectfully solicited
to call and examirie his stock before purchasing
JOHN S. C. MARTIN
Pickles, Pieserves, & Sauces.
NNATHAN§ &tri. would infiorm ' the La.
• dies of Pctisville and vidinity, that they
hove just received direct from the manufactory
an assortment of i . .
'Pickled Waldats, cauliflower, pickolily,
iGerlqns, red cabbage, mixed pickles,
• Mangoes, onions, lobster, &c.
East and. Went India preserves,
Strawberry, rpspberry and gooseberry jams.
Currant jelly' French mustard,
Anchovy, loblter, John Bull, Reading & ra
Mushroom and walnut ketchup.
Also—Figs, raisins, citrons, almonds, eaurrants
i fr i
18 hereby given . that letters of administration
Ja• have been gran to the subscriber by the Re
gister of Schoyik' County, of the estate ofJatess
Wilds, deceased , ate of Northampton oounty.- - --
All persons indebted to said estate. are therefore
requested to make payment to the sithecriber, and
such who may hese claims en said estate, to pre.
vest them duly atithenticated horsettkment.
• Jan 27 4-11 Administrator.
SCHOO BOOKS. •
EATON'IllGeph, of Pennsylvania, '
Frost's American :pecker, and
Frost's History of the lofted States,
Together with a .variety of other books, lust' re
ceived and for safe by B. BANMAN.
WILL BE SOLD
4at Private Sale.
A good two sins bouse and lot of ground,
situate on Centreistreet. The lot hi 20 feet front
on Centre street. and 230 feet deep, extending to
the Mount Carboy Rail Road—the House is sub
stantially built, and well situated foshany kina of
Two good two story frame houses and., lot 4 of
grotind, 'situate 'in Beatty's Row, Norwegian
Strert. Each house and lot to 20 feet front; the
houses are well finished with lichens attached
to each house, an .are are situated n the most bust.
neva part . of tow . All of th above property
will be sold very iheap—lbr to a and particu
lars apply to ANDRE RUSSEL, , '
Jan 6 7 " Ma antango Street.
ICU ILL be Id op Thu ay, ttus 22t1 a n d
.. Friday th SSd of Mar , at 'lO o'clock
Al M. at the late residence of John Bowen, •de
al:o9E4.lo Manheun townshiSchuylkill coun
ty. the entire perimal estate of said decedent,
12 7 bee
'consisting . of Horses, Cows. p, Plows, Har
rows, Wagon, Hiram. Hay, Straw, Wheat. Rye,
B uc k w heat, potatoes, vain n the ground, and
a general assortineut of farm ng . utetwils.
_Alio. BousehMd and Mt-. en furniture... Con.
misting of 1 Clock; Beds.: • • • lag, Stove, Chairs
a nd rabies, Coolloard, and the requisites of
hotiselteeping- 1 ,
Tains made known at tb it ine of Bala. ,
r. • B IefUEL,BOWER. -
$ 0 .: BOWEN. 1 -,
. Feb 44 •
0 t,D Fix ititei2E c •
gild for saw,
~rw., b og
*PT. Ace a „ .
a IIOWL jetsfoPt
l ai -VC: gate, bpi
tat, of Letters.
131811lAnklaiGiin Um Poet Office et Pottsville
"VA arch I, DWI,
Alken t Obarlss
Aissandar Jamas •
11.3 tile Matthias
Bergen Peter •
Carrel Madill • •
11 Sorer ins Isaac
Hilbert Benjamin Stewart Jacob
Herb Daniel Smith John
Humbert Frederick Sheridan John
Harris John Stouch Joseph
Heebner Lydia Fimith Seines
Herborer ltlr . ' Schrot Martin,
J - Slim Shelly
Jdbnson Ilirrict Stout Susanna
James J6,hn H ' ' Slanker Susanna
Janteti . Thornes Sclera 'Wm
JanslYmU . .
• 1 K till! John To
Krebs Henry • • W
King John West Abraham
Krems' Michael Weaver Eheabetti
KeeMan Patrick Weist John
Kelley Sarah, Walker Joseph
Kline WM s • Wilson Rosanna
L. Wythey Samuel
iistenschneider Adam Weaver Samuel
Lord Charles Weil Solomon
Lots George • Watkins Treaherne
Llano Susanna - Walsh Wm
Lane Richard Walsh John
Lovering Richard . Williams Win
Momo Atersnder Yoder Daniel
Meyer C H
Bradley Charles Kemdan Nail
Dowling John Ker John '
pavis John Lowther Edward
Keefle John Roberts David
Persons ealling` for letters in the above list pill
please aay they are advertised.
K cuicuoirrEß, P. M.
Talinibie Coat and timber 'Land
FOR SA LE:.
SITUATED in Schuylkill comity en the head
waters of the little Schuylkill river. and in the
first coal region of Beaver Creek, containing 229
Acres sod 14 Perches, strict measure ; this laud
is covered with White and Yellow
' PINE TIMBER
said by. Judges to be of the first quality, the little
Schuylkill rail road runs directly through the
above described tract of Land, and offers a safe
and convenient passage to the Philadelphia mar
ket. For further particulars address the subsea.
ber in Colombia, Lancaster county, Pa.
F. A. THOMAS.
Feb 10 1-3 mo
THE wane of Charles Lamb, just received
and for sale by • B. BANNAN.
Also, Bock's Theological Dictionary, new edi
feb 17 12
Dadieu lenge mashie Werk von &Hiker
fees Unterbaltunrbitek, in stiller, amgang
mit Gott, welch°, geignet lit from=
gen an week= und so mebren. end gewiirs den
men der Religeon Eesn entspriebt, unt,bei.tim
alten 'Umbels. !Neter. so migetnein vial sus sere&
lung ass bersens Sind bereigung des gemutha
hervoegebracht, cutter alien nmstsenden und tor-
Mellen dims lebene, iind des wegen von alien
Christen slier benennungen to beguabrig gesuebt
Ward. lit faun auf eine uebr admen und Toilets&
digimuse, mit einen Marken =bang Constutions.
Betraelitungen and -Andachtewskungan, Wren..
gegeben Und in dieser drueberry re baben.
• N. 8.. So Ist such arum 'three ehrainenthnm'
and Stirk's gandbooh and endue sato wake in
kb 17 19 ~r
10,000 VERY suptiloe 6a cni negiti
e Piineyne and Doshnego bielde. for Initeliy,
teb 3" • ' MILLER* HAGGERTY.
ThLLRY--kor 1838. or GAMY REGISTER.
417. got the age of Prints Families mad perroor,
Ofbusiaeosi containing alliinkior,evei7 dafm
the sear, for the.rocordorevontothatruky
torestiomenher past or futorti
erdirare sale by .
Sin 6 7 M .•fflE
of w e* PaPirk,Pla
D k STRAWS: . •
Miner. Irs -
• hfulSeron John
Meyer John •
i ` • N -
Olewins Jacob B
Powell John Hare
Richards Elizabeth .
Ryder Julia F
Rice George S.
Robinson Lewis P
Stichier George .
Stouffer Henry •
Cold -end frost 'Ore' , Zas" . iira- ,- :-
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FOR- SAILIIL,-4, -.--
°fernier sale theMie r*eBl
A part of alinct of patented Carilleinknii
taming , •.. - ' , -1 - J: ;:•.: '''
FOUR RUNDRED.4 PIFTr4ORP4 1
situated West HanlibiJaillsbliqpitipl4l .
county - . adjoining the lied of the: *lnns;
Coal Company, taking in the 3d and 4 Mona:
lain. Oa this land are beds of val ble: iron'
ore. The rail road making . . by u ehaona
Company. pill pass through it. - 1 ';•• !
For further particulars enquire of ',els sirbeeP:
bet, residing in said reirriship.O4frqedri'llry-1
ern,on the Jonestown road. k, . 1. ' •1
N. B.—lf not preyiouslY, sold et,prl e sate site. '
I will sell the above Aare at public aide' ii(rhl
public bourse of W. F. Johnson. in tirti•borougli t
of Harrisburg. on Saturday the •24iliof Mirth,
next. , • wipAAßt-Ic4wEr.
February 21, 1838. ~ -• i 33-te
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS AT
AturATE WILE •
A HOUSE & LOT .iirNarweglan
Street, nearly opposite the 'residence
see of B. F. Pomroy, now occupied by
William D. Lath. The licittiells
feet front by 30 feet in depth, with a kitchiliind
cellar in the basement story, twn dell*
first, second and third &ors each; thisi whole Of
said Howie well plastered and painted Also an
eicellent well of water at the door—the ki1:14.04
feet front, by 170 feet an depth, with a 9' rectal.
ley on the west end of said hpuse.
For further particulars inipiire of
Mount Carbon, Nov. 3, 1837.
OrphaHs' Court Stgle: _
lOrphan' N pursuance of an order of the Orph' Celtlit
of Northumberland County, will be exposed to.
sale, at the Court House in the borough of Sun.
bury. in the County of Northmaberlan ;oialon.
day the 2d day of April next, thatwil - able, ..
TAVERN ST4ND 4 TRACTO_ , LAND; 1,
. y . situated on the Cedtre turnp ike .
sus.in Shamokin towochip , Northutnber*
ir; : land County, in the Shadlokin Coal .
- Region, -now; and for 874 o yeare
pail, occupied by Felix Larch-athe . ' '. ( the
Hon. E. G. Bradford, deceased, containing 200
acres or thereabouts. part of which is .cleared and
in a good state of cultivation. The unproveraenut
are a good log tavern house, stables, iiheds;' &ei.
An abundint supply of good spring Iwater can
.at all seasons of the - year be.obtained., - •
The property is well worth the allenikutpcsny
one wibhing to become the owner of i valuable
tavern stand, and tract ot 'coal land. The terms
of sale will .be made known on the day of sale.
It is believed the title is i HN E ndisputabe.
Administratorb of selddectiased.
By order of the Court.
JACOB BRIGHT, Clerk O.C;
Feb. 28, 1838. -"
THEpatitr.enship heretofore cal ag undoi
the firm of Heilner & Bast, Coel erehante,
was dissolved by mutual consent on the - Ist inst.
All persons indebted to said firm are requested to
make payinent as early as possibuttall those
having claims are also requested to
,present these ,
Feb. 1, 1838. 15-3*
The subseriblir will in future carry far ; the
Coal Business under the lrm of-8. Heilner lir.
Son. • S. HEILNER.
ry HE subscriber . ' will sell at Public Sale VA
-IL Wednesday the 14th day of March next, at
the hoope of Henry Stager, in the 'borough of
Pottsville, - a certain lot of ground situate in
in the Borough of Pottsville, bounded on.• this
northwesterly. side by Schuylkill Avenue, oil the
southwesterly by lot No. 28 and a 20 feet wide
alley, being part of lot marked No. 50, upon
kicks is erected ~two story dwelling house.—
Late the estate of.Joiut F. Mon.
•The sale will commence at I o'ClOek P. AL
when the , terms will be made knows:l . l w
JACOB D. BARN .
t Assignee of,J. F. Moll.
BOATS FOR SALK , i„
4total new SeMiyllClill Boats, bail 1 of natural
- growth timber. Apply to
Saving Fund Socity.,
THE Port Carbon Saving Fund Alicia - 4, ii
AL now open every day from 9 to 31 o'clock at " I
the Office of Discount and Deposit,:or the 'pqrl•
pose of receiving deposits to any am'onet
h otexi ;
ceeding $5OO, from any one person, . Upon Wbith
an interest of 4 per cent will he ,paid On every 35
and upwards,bpt no interest will haliillewed
any fractional ,of $5. The whole - orinjf
part may be drawn out on givicg nOtiee, two tq
&or weeks, at the office on Mondays.- z-Thsithti.
sines, of the Society trill be conclitetedAt the
following officers and managers, titil-lhis:A*
Monday in May next.
- Joseph Carson Bamuet
Edward Hughes • HAS:Name -
Jacob Bull . , • Jesse Timer -
I...:Whitoey, Secretary and Vailintay.
"Miters Isi, of the Charbst. - .
whetsoeser shi ll be. received brillsa, Wait
or Managers for their services,. bor• shaltanjr
Manage because a-burrower froess4he'rnaidta.
aim" , ' set '
FOR SA G• I -'-•
WITILLIVIOtd it titivate aale. t u ba_ op
•,pleouuktly situated at Port
kill county. on very reasonahle,. f is
, Pounderii4 at the comtnekeausent : ,ar s!te,thitj.
teltu . yltilll and - Sus . quebititpitf: ,
aakend will in ICA' -fittit,tc
,best Otaationo s4tooon !MO?
eta. . }. (*teringi
' Iron Foonokiro .
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