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ST . OF L TTERS -
INING in the Po 0 - 15ce at Pottsville,
A Lor , Abaolam
el Loy David L
Lo a David L
Boyle He 1
Capes, Jos I
Gonne Jo 1
Clara)? Th .
d win A
Hoff Brig t
Hiller G. rge
Hoot Hen y
House Ja6ies "
Jones D. • iel
Jones Ja M
James mas B
Jones W M
KM II I
K p tl
K mer S,
Kr r W,,
We er Erauces
Wit. en Heriry
W. lemon Mary
Wil ams Maria
Wa et Richard
Zim. erman John
L Zuc waurth Gilt*
SHIP LETT RB.
M men Thomas
Mea y Pat
Mad n Mictbal
Mei ! , Malheur
Jones Dd ,
in Thomas .
(aterick Pri Wm
Pek re Mathew
Ric ards Richard D
mandra , Ric Forge
Mid Smi Jacob
is Stro man T
Wil n T
Will me John
Aug fur LeUe in the above list
!say they are adver ised.
E. CHIC4IESTER, P. M.
Me 1 Cheese, *amp &c.
40 ice superior med I cheese,
50 ..aea Philadelphia p,
d. Irish oat meal, or sale by
1 w ILL TEACH TOO TO PIER, TIM JOWILI OP THE MISTS LED NUM OCIT MOH THE COMO Or TWHOORWHI6 girma
WILL lie wild at public sale on Saturday the
14th In 4 in front of Dr. A. Steinberger's
Store, in thi lxilough of Minerriville, a large lot
.Toole, consisting u follows :
several yetiitof tench planes, 7 or 8 hand saws,
2 sash saWs;',. friiming and firmer chisels, gouges.
1 large andl4 'bull steel Wade squires, bevihi, I
brace and bittii, 1 plough and bills, 2 pair of
tongue arid grodying pa nes, large size, Ido small
I full set of bead piles, 1 set of ho ll ows and
rounds, neW ; 11 lae raising plane, rabbet
planes, cutting thrust, and a variety oflarge and
small limey moulding planes of different patterns,
2 pairs of sash planea.l broad axe, several hatch
ets, I grindlitOnane a first rate turkey; oil Anne,
gagce, maile r ?, end a large lot of screws. phine.
bats, files. nits &c. 2.glue pip." and a variety
of other thidgs lint named: also a very handsome
table-book cue. 1 The whole to be sold for Cash.
April? fe - 26
v Circra per annum,
ce. If not paid with
to ail those who re-
To mail subscribers
in the year, 50 cents
the year, $2 50 will
.g twelve lines will be
and 50 cents for one
marled until - ordered
ey are to be continued
arged $l2 per annum:
t exceeding 2 squares
e insertion ofastdall•
itor must be post paid,
aid to them.
'e. and other-polices
sailed gratis. will be
arringeo and Deaths.
i' y Anna
, i :i ra Aaron
1 i hy Hugh
ing John L
inntfi E W
t Hough Jeremiah
, k ea wn James
O'Diumell Anthem) ,
One #1 Hugh
Pri ' Hannah 1
Pow re Wm
Lag n John
Roc ert Philip
Ruiniel Wm T D
1 ' 8
Sim f lAlerander
Slok r Win
Sig iece Catherine
StA ter Geo
8311 r George
Sale r Frederick
Save ing Isaack
Sch n iz , James
Stes hens James
Shia ' James
San w Michels,
,air R ..:
spon & Buspoul
as Rees David
SANDERSON; PARlS—javt received and
for pale at this office. ,
march 311.' 24-
• A tnietory Stone Houee,leitaated in
Morrie' Addition to Pottrrilhi, Imme.
" Otte pOSSCIIIiOTI will be given: Ap
. ply to'. ROBERT RAMSEY.
April 7 26-3t*
Fir HE public aee hereby cautioned not to re
m- ceive a Borough order, dated January 16th
1838, in faviii. of Oactob H. Fudier for 1146 01.,
payment of isaid slider having been stopped.
- Weill& Primers.
BBANDIANThas in press, and will pubhsb
A-B• in tho conflict of two or three weeks, a
Welsh Prime l r, which will be wild'elterip, whole-
sale and retail.
april 4 • 1 25
IN coneequenceof their befog several persons
by the name off David Davis, in this neighbor
hood, the subscriber has introduced •the letter
M. in his name, and wil! hereafter be known by
the name or I DAVID M. DAVIS.
pr 11 4 f i ;
To the Stockhold - era of the Company for
erecting ; , , j i Bridge over the North East
branch if the river Susquehann he
tween town of Catania= and the
mouth ofiFiahing Creek. 0
s l c NOTICE
IS hereby givenAhat a meeting of said Stock•
holders will be held at the house of S. P. Fort.
ner, in the Meru of Cutter/inn; on Monday the
7th day of May next, between the hours of I and
6 o'clock, P. 14. Ile the purpose of electing one
President, si Managera one treasurer and one
Secretary for 'the ensuing year.
,FZRA S. HAYHURST,
march 28 23-4 w Secretary.
floats for Sale.
FOUR goad new Behualkillfloata, Mika nat.
oral grotifth timbers, and terms reasonable.
Apply to t Sithi'L. HARTZ.
arch 24 .1 22
Dylikg atiit Scouring.
AVHIEIEI7I3B , EHLER has returned from En.
rope, anti intends to. commence fancy and
plain dying, in Silks and Merinos, at his ole stand
in Centre Street, Pottsville. Also scouring oasts
and pantaloons. He is greatfol for past firm,
and hopes by', attention and punctuality to merit
a continuancit of his former custom.
'Hee 23 3 5-tf
HAZZARD & STRAUCH'S
WHDOSALE AND RETAIL
Dry s, Grocery and Ll
Corn of Ire and Market &reds, PotgaviUtt
April 8 28—
Wetherill & Biothery
IT 7HE.OLD STAND •
No. 65 NORTH FRONT STREET,
4 EAST SIDE,
Teta= Datian non rue Coen= or Anon Sr.
MAN . ITFACTITR ERS OF
White Lead d ' and / Calomel,
rotund in lOil, $ Red Precept,
Red Lead, ( - White do
Lithrage, Vitriol Alb.
Cronick Yellow, Solp. quinine
do Greek . Tart Lmetic -
do Red ; Ether Mph.
Patent YelloW do Num
Seger Lead ii 'do Acme
Oopens Loser Caustic
L Vitriol Coto. do
Aq. Fortis Acit Morphia „
Floristic Aciiii Salph. do „
Epsom Salts Lac. Sulphur
Tart Acid t Op t. de Nascot.
Stip .Carb. Soda Lonna Mineral
Cams, Sob. bferc. ' Ethiops do.
Refiners off,Thampbor,Salt Nitre,Brimetet
&c. 'Offer f ale the above mentioned ark
gether with ir, eneral assortment of Paints,
and Dye an d (
ivery other article ia the 0,
Cal and Medi I l is.
Being mann . of all the articled enumerated
under the abont heed. they pledge themaelvue to sup
ply their friends and, the public on the most remems
ble terms. • i '
Window en Fictive Glanh : from 68t024 Mt
1 Oct 21 18371 ! 4s
Otb DOZS:1 1 : aim 4 s Pianos, jlist reels.
AmmY ed fret f rom thefprOprietor. 'Upwards of
fleventy 7 Five' 'seed Beam orals saleable
medicine we're sold jut year,ond the.deniand is
increasing. Film sale by the dam. or siorlikbedle.,.
Price $2 per 66tde.qr throi bottles fisrss bi
t i lde Agent for Bob - Ojai!! County.
Also Swifts Vermifoge.
gl RAMS Wrapo4 Paper for sale
wh+sale and retiiit.'nleap,
much 24 BaI4NAN.- •
l OTTirrILLE GENE_
rOTTOiLidry VA. SATATILDAT
VALUABLE LANDS AT MIMIC SALE. I
TM Hope 4 C.. Leads, upwards ef 60.000fier
TTILLbit exposed at Mho Sale, on lbws.
day the 26th of Aprils WA at 7e, eteloek
in the evennk. at the Philadelphia. Auction; ert
in Carpenter Conti. Chesuaut street, (mirth side)
between Third and Fourth streets. 'l_
Thew 'minable lands, situate hi the counties of
Bloom% Pike, Wa Loserniand Schuylkill.
will be offered as l lie in connected boding of
from about 400 to 10.000.
For pimiento's see kandbills at the Auction
TERMS—One Third Cash. One Third hi one
year. and One Third in three years, seems& by
Bond and Mortgage. For the owners
ELI K. PRICE,
309 - Arch street.
C. 3. WOLBERT,
ouch 28 4 50-4.
7 11 holemiale and Retail Dry
DIOLLOCK & WEAVER have just received
' in addition to their extensive assortment Of
DRY GOODS, Super Superior Blue and Black
Cloth, superior fancy coloured do. new style ens.
sattiueUa and Beverteens. miners' fu
tiaras, Feb 18 14—
10.000 :VERY soperkw banana News of
the Principee Sind Desienego brandy, for sale by
fob 3 MILLER & HAGGERTY.
Valuabii Coal and Timber Land
QIM3ATEO in Schuylkill county on the bead
".• water' of the little Schuylkill-river, and in the
first coal region of Beaver Creek, containing 429
Acres and 14 perches, strict measure; this land
is covered wilkWhile and Yellow .
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 s sail
and convenient passage to the Philadelphia mar
ket. For further particulars address the subscri•
ber in Columbia, Lancaster dounty,h.
F. A. THOMAS.
Feb 10 1-3 me
A HOUSE, 'sable and lot, on the west side of
Maine street, Mountgarboo; the house is
built of stoat: , and well finished. containing a
kitchen and cellar in the basement story, and two
rooms on the first, second and third floors each.
The stable is :likewise built cd stone, and large
enough to accommodate four horses. The lot
'contains in frOot 40 fins, and in depth 250 feet;
at the head of the lot is a floe spring of water.—
The situation is very pleasant, and from its prox
imity to the noel landings, is admirably well cal
culated for a boatman or boat builder. A long
credit will be Oven for one ball of the purchase
For terms apply to GtO. C. WYNKOOP.
march 10 18-U
Cloths t Clotho! Cloths I
NNATII4NB mmt &Go. have now on hand a
4 . 11 •bplendie maul of
NW% blank, olive, green and claret cloths,
do do , and &soy eareinDens,
Plain and figured saitinetb4
Mohair piles cloths and other coatings,
Goats hair , cambletscreaungr. ace &c
all of which being purchased at auction in P'hila•
delphia, and New York, we-guarantee to sell 10
per cent cheaper that cat be purchased elsewhere
in this boroog dec22
Encoarr#ge I owe Mane aching.
MIRE futon:Tiber reepeetfidlv announces to
'A( public that he bas commenced the lliannfac.
tore of Confectionary in all its various branches,
at his Store in ; Centre Street, nearly opposite the
Pottsville Bowie, where 'Confectioners and oth
ers can sheep. be supplied wholesale amPintail,
at the lowest Pluladdphia cash prima. •
country Merchants am respectfully d
to din and szatame his stook Woes purchasing
JOHN S. C. MARTIN.
no , 50-4
DANNO has just reoeivedliWidlowing
m- 01 " religious works, London sod America ed
itions, which he offers for sale cheap.
Original Family Sermons, S 'OIL
Lelmid's view of.-Deistical Writers.
Sturtevant 's Preacher's Manual, 2 rola,
Drew on the Reserrection,
Drew on Sold, ,
Bridges en the "mho CUE,
Faber cm 1in6511147.
James' Christian Pro!essor.
Prize Esskv on Darn Dissensions,
Christian Father at Home,
A **heel 'request, &W. Ijek
den 22 5
The POW, Cespeptesstarg.
THE, HOLY BIBLE
11010 M the works of Hemp and Montt. and
Ja: above onskundred otherwrite' re. published
in Landow tti h e Religions Tract iletlieti. teas.
ed and abri is two volume. wilk Maps and
Engravings. is valuable work b"publiainaLin
parts. at 96 seats each. Tycho parts are already
eouipletied. and eon be obtained at the sobecribers
Book Bowe 'bare sabseriptions trianiso be re.
jone 44 41
For the instantaneous awed
THE TOOTH r 4;
Discovered end brought to its
BY ItONSIBUII CRAB •
This is to aertilY that:Have tried coaiTapny.
as Mint in weird cassof Tooth Aehe,ht white
I have certainly found it of very Lte.a_tisnrke•
J. _B. HARVEY;
Member of Royal College cif Burgesses.
London. Sept. 111,1830.
A-friend ...tapped in to say that be hid viMtee
the Fue King this morning. and witeenied his
marvellous cure of the Toteitlinhe• One Hula
boy in Particular. abOlooluld, Mom enough tntite
a ten penny nad Arai Ali Ida miaow smiled
*Sibs decaysditoeth and dillegite &
A froth On yof the above4imishima meek.
ed and tor & BANNAN. ,
Sok Agerk for Schuylkill comity
L ADVERTISER. I
ING, APRIII 4 14,18311.
Tie Amy Magazine of use
! , ,;mil Knowledge"
co n= l :t ai
one ofthe cheapest
ere are 2o
ts i nd Mostz
. . ,01441 every month in England, and 63,-
000 ut A nee.
The P of voL 6' (for tbe year 1837) as far
id ' , can be bid at ibis Office. Price 18f
pair lan, 00 00 per annum.
This ' is published in monthly parts,
contains 40 large pars; the present volume iv
mocli. and improved. Th e illustrations
of wood are executed in it superior manner.
Thant an saunter ig taking this work over
all dile C mon can discontinue it whenever
he sees , for each pan is always complete
within e .
CoM tif sets of this work from the commence
meet ea be procured of thesubscriber, at Sit per
volume. 1 ; B. BANNAN,
Nov 41 • • 54 : 1 ' ;
~ FOR SALE
W11.1..i he aold at private sale, the FOundry
plineantly eitaatedat Port Clinton, Schoyl.
kill ty . an very reasonable terms. This
Foundry at the commencement of the Little
Schuylkill' and Susquehanna Rail Road, now
making, skid will in a abort time be one of the
best,situationa in the country to do a large bolsi
nee Fos! terms, /be. apply to
Iron Founders, Philadelphia.
or ISAAC MYFAS,
er Seed. , •
1 for sale ,
/ e clover seed.
• SAMUEL HARTZ
• Linn' 1., Lumber.
pin Subscriber has on band and - offers for
. sale on reasonable terms,
90.000 lust i and S Inch . poplar boards,'
40,000 kiwi and lap shingles,
50,000 plastering lath,
Also, Web and half inch pine boards and Ow
seantlint, sell osasene,d.
Okla? Raisins and Primes.
JUST retieived by the subscriber,
1000 1110. Raisins,
stones prunes--whreh he will sell it 61 cents
per lb. JOHN S. C. MARTIN.
Deel ' 4
CALL AT THE
Corner e Centre told Market Streets. Aland&
/rag subscribers respectfully announce to
their3friend• and the public generally, that
they have hikes) the Mort formerly occupied by
Jacob 801 l 6. Co., corner of Centre and Market
streets, where they are now provided with& Choice
p r r
oc y Geries, oods,
which they ini.deterinined resell at the eery low.
set prices. HAZZARD & STRAUCH.
N. B. kinds of Country Produce taken al
the - .
sehroin aurieveit - by the lam accounts.
On Monday the 16th of April, 1838, at the
Commissioners' • Office to Orwigsburg, far the
borough of Ortrigiburg, Esst and Went Bruns.
trick WestiPeno. Rosh, Union, Schuylkill and,
Manitoba tdwnships, and Tamaqua borough.
On Wednesday the 18th day of April, 1838,et
the bases of lienry - Stager. innkeepst Pottsville;
for tbs ' h of PoUsvdk, Phu 'testi. Berry
and Upper. hantango townships.
On Pride t he Roth of April, 1838, at the house
of Peter rd umkeepar,Pinegrove, Surpayne,
Plastron?, nd Lower Mabantango tow en rips.
Those m abitants of Manbeim prof • g, to at
tend the appeal at Pottsville, are at liberty do so.
By Miler of the Commissioners.
JAC: HAMMER, Clerk.
111. Nathan's & Co.
'OFFS* kr sale at their wholesale sad retail Fara
ill Grocery Store, Centre. 3 down below Marks
roma. a prime wornness °Moab Groceries,conaiat
Jaya. Fro, Layers. .i co
' St. Domingo and browned 5 !. °
, N. °Helios, at croix, brews and ?so i+ ' •,. ,
wheellaranna.loafand Imp c "• 9 1" la '
New Weans. West m
India and sugar hours $ "'' ma ma
bnperlal. Gan Powiler, Toting
4.• Hypos iPoselioargTharige PeolTeas
ao, &Oboe( and ea
- D a ke n i, hasee.flpusbb. [khan, cboadais
*Linega.and sweat spired $
prepared Corm Cocoa shells .
Reading. Cation. Harvey.
John *Va. Lohmer.Asiebovy. }lames '
Canto. aoy and Carrie . .
. Gherkin. Team. PeriTer•
Mited,Onion. Manion, Pickles
Lowe and French
Oliver, eaves. Anchovies
, e a e poppet,. allspice and Ginpr
C Wee. /*MP and eennia
Wee, of tie% starch
Con Pip. Sabina. Pewee i
_aridbitter almonds. citron
OW /am wise bittemlemon M.Up
Preserved Linger. cheese, codßab •
'iare,. el. salmon
• . Whirtasdoolortil wan. apiem isi t : _
ad.rtari . • tallow .7.'"°'•
.pab l oadagasw brown and esai l
i al k , old ort.elaret t
kol-Poin difial• charealeilM 1 Wines
• Old hock. Liabisoby nodaita- in wood
Serest Maly* iinsentel 9 ' at hada
;_,.. M v inuireiDerelNelly Madel.l
' h• !Z a basi4" o l, wlikiiii7
At ..... =ud ari men . t z tt
. Plans. y
11.101 7 & eorta.Gin.37.7lar -r , . •
jukalei spirits , ...- , r
mag.osia, hdbriair do
Haulpaih* end , rowonori .eigare , 61
Cat* plaid and aredded easi I W a rm j
,sad elicI TY .5,
* meral aiseetwait a DryGoede, &a. doe: all a
,or Ike, my dispelled to aellantidmialit mow
ble terms. /fade .of FaiaiSse n,'S• ' • TiOe!alLolpire
are partiesliely invited twee& • , —' -
,TO OVIII BANDA AND NILDICT 414 NATI= TO 001 . USN AND mastraz—DAJOIMSOIS•
lltOad the Following.
Interesting add Astonishing Facts.
ORE conclusive proofs of the extraordinary
effleacy of DR. WM. EVAN'S celebrated
Camomileand Aperient Aniibilioua Pills in al
leviating afflicted mankind.
To Jamb Dickson, 36, Cornhill, Boston, Agent
for the sale of Dr. Wm. Evans'eCamomile pith.
Lowau., Nue. 15,1836.
Dear Sfir:--Knowing by experience that every
reference that the afflicted receive of the benefi
cial results of medicines, I cluierfully offer mine
to the puklic in behalf of DEL? WM. EVANS'S
CAMOMILE PILLS. 1 have been afflicted for
the last fen peals? with distress in the bead and
chest: often so bad as to deprive me of sleep for
three or four nights in succession, but have never
found relief by any of my friends' prescriptions,
until my Fife saw the advertisments in the paper,
when she persuaded me to send for some, which
I did, and obtained two boxes and bottles, which
resulted in almost completely retoring me to
health, although I have not yet entirely finished
them. Should you consider this any benefit to
yourself; or the public, you have my cheerful per.
mission to publiih n.. Yours, respectfully,
THOS. K. GOODHUE, Centre list
NTERESTING CASE . Cured by D; s :4Bn.
Ereee's Cementite Marie and Family Aperi
eat BENJAMIN SOWN, corner of
Shippen end Georges streets, Philadelphia, affect.
ed for seven years with extreme nervousness, by
which he was not able to write hle name—his
symptoms were, ernscation, daily spasmodic, pa ins
in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the
heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, utter ina
bility of engaging in any thing that demanded
vigor or courage, sickness and weakness ex
terns debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure
and weight at the stomach after eating,, great
mental despondency, severe flying pains in the
chest back and aide, costiveness, a dislike for
society and conversation. Mr. B. has made trial
of various medicines now before the public, but
to no effect, until, observing in a public paper
some cures performed by Dr. William Evans's
Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills, he
was induced to give them a. trial, of which he is
at any time happy to state that they effectually
cured him of the above distressing disease..
llXPersons who doubt the above cm e, are most
respectfully directed to the above mentioned per
lete, et the northwest corner of Shippen and
croorges streets. BENJAMIN BOWN.
Philadelphia October 25,1837.
LIVER COMPLA INT,IO YEARS STAND
Mrs. Hannah Browne, wife of Joseph Browne,
'N. 6th street, nehr Second, Williamsburg, afflict
ed for the left.ten years with the Liver complaint,
completely restored to health through the treat
ment of Etr • Wm. Evans. Symptoms—Habitual
constipation' of the bowels, total loss of appetite,
excruciating pain of die epigasti in region, great
depression df spirits, languorshd other symptoms
of extreme debility, disturbed sleep, inordinate
flow of the mtuirrev, pain in the right side, could
not lie ou her ka side without an aggravation
of the pain, urine - high . colored, with other quip.
tornsindicating great derangement in the func
tions of the liver.
Mrs. Browne was attended by three of the first
physicians, but received bat little relief from their
medicine, till Mr. Browne procured some of Dr.
Wm. Evan's invalu■ble preparations, which ef
fectually relieved her of the above distressing
symptoms, with others, which it is net essential
to intimate. . JOSEPH BROXNE.
City and County of New York. us.,
Joseph Browne, of W illismsbut, Long Island,
being duly sworn, did depose and say that the
facts as set forth in the within statement, to which
be has subscribed his name, arejust and true.
- JOSEPH BROWNE.
A for 1838."
'Babo.lifu Coanty will
places and dayelt 10
those who think them.
Husband of the said Hannah Browne.
Sworn before me this 4th day of January, 18g7.
PETER PINTO rir, bona. of Deeds
`INTERESTING CASE of Terbacular Con.
aaaineptiint.---Mr. John Rom el applied on the Ist
day of September at the office 100 Chatham
street, laboring under the following aymptiris:-,—.
A alight spitting of blood, distressing cot/eh, at
tended with an expectoration of purulent matter,
night sweats, general emaciation, difficulty of
breathing on exertion, with • well marked' hectic
Bosh on the cheek. On examination, the cheat
was found to sound well every where except un
der the left clavicle, and in the arm pit of the
Treatemit.—Directed to take the restorative
Camomile Pills, with the expectorating :corn
pund, et the same time an injunction„to call in
four &yr, when the night sweats had ceased, the
expectoraticin slightly aiminished, au light, fit of
coughing still remaining in the morning. Or
dered as intuit to continue the medicine, and to
caliin the course of a week—when his health
continued rapidly increasing, without the least
cough. C t iilled at the office on the 4th of this
Month, gate convalescent returning his sincere
thanks flue the benefit be bad obtained.
The above patient chiefly used milk regimen,
durkg his tivatusent.
Avrmu,Tuazt IrtAits sfAlippkG.
Mr. Robert Munroe, Schuylkill. aficted with
the above distressing malady. Sympteme.TAgreat
languor. !tidal/racy. disturbed:est. nervous head
ache. difficulty of breathing. tightness and attic.
turn *crow the braise,. diszuwes, nervous brit*.
bility and restlessness, could not lie in it.'hori
soma! position. without the seniatiiin of impend
ing suffocation, palpitation of. the heart, distr.*.
int cough. costiveness, pain of the stomach, drow
siness, great debility and deficiency of ths neirvz
ow energy. Mr. R. iMonroe gave up every
thought of recovery and dire despair sat on the
wrontonancti- of event person interested in his
existence or happiness, till by acisident be noticed
in a public r 1110036 cures effected by Dr. Win.
. Evans', , line, irides complaint. which indu
ced bias to ' sae a package of the Pills, which
twilled in ' plettly removing every symptom
of his dhows. ~ He:wishes 'to ear his motive fiir
this &Wheaton ts. aid those afflicted with the
illigneaSe a"; . firliPtClail Maga! to thoie_groai
which fo Itmipti i l i Ftored. may likew*.receive
the - itieiiti benefit.. ''."" • ' '
1i• ' '
wpm- GOMIMAINT SIX YEARS
',. , • NT'ANDING.
111111:01.. , D DISE& lure , f.oC kr.
ix-vgAindlr Oiler. 'ef Second street ent
Goimatitow geed, Phil . Iphia,afreitici •far the
kit airy with the "Ser'Complaint, was,
completely ;to by , Dr: WM. E.
ValaaCamal . and l'annljt Aperients
-04:- o "irrnjAcr4ltal l battitdal catilitinalft
' , - . - :or. pant 'in ths stomach, depression of
eArits, languor, tteme debility , disturbed
great pain in heide, could not lie oh he
side without ap ggravation of pain, . ' •• .
the head,ilimnesii of sight, with nit
indicating great derangement in the Broctl
the Liver. Atria firenhiser haa,made trial
rious medicines now before the public. 'tit
ceived no relief tuntil she was advised tor
trial of Dr Evan `sPills, of which.she is ' I
to state that theyieffectually relieved her a
above distressing symptoms, with others, -t
are not osseniial Ito intimate. - .
Mr. Brenhiseir f ., (husband of this:above
Brenhiser, had teen two years aflicted lir
distressed state piles and Casitiveuess; of I
he was effectualiy Cured. .
A perfect cure ejected by tb• &element •
_ Mr. John Gibson, of N. 4th street, WWI
burg, afflicted witOhe above complaint for
years and nine months_, during which ti e he
had binge crutches. His chief symptom. were
excruciating ppinin all his joints , but es ially
In the hips, "boulder, knees and ankles , it ag
gravation of the pains towards night; and f r the
most part all times from extents) heat, an vi- 1
ous thickening of the fascia and ligaments , with
asompleto loss °fa:mutat power. Fur the ben
efit of those afflicted: in a similar manner Mr. •
Gibson conceives it meet to say that the na
have entirely ceased, and that his johns ihave
_completely recovered their natural tone. and he
feels able to resume his ordinary-business.
. ASTHMA. 5 YEARS STANDING.'
Mr. Charles Hobart, No. 122 Orange strait, N:
Y. afflicted for five years with humeral habitual
Asthma, applied at the office 100 Chatham ,Street
on the 4t'i of October, laboring under the follow
ing symptoms. A sense of tightness seroist the
chest, with the greatest difficulty of breathing.
distressing cough,; generally ending with copious
expectoration of viscid phlegm, disturbed' rest,
the face turbid and of a livid hue—could inzt he
in a horizontal poSition without the sensaeilin of
immediate suffocation, languor, drowsinese,' and -
dizziness in the head, and lose of appetite. -
Mr. H. applied to the most eminentphysitiiane---
in this city, likeiviite used several other remedies
without obtaining ;any permanent benefit., Until
his friends persuaded him to place himself u der
pr. William Evans' 'treatment: Be. is Di re
lieved of his complaint, and called at the Mee
-yesterday, avowing that he had not welds : ex
press his gratitude for the benefit he - had, - - -iv.
ed. October 21, 1837.
We do hereby subscribe our signatures
truth of the above cures, that the statirmini
every respect true, SARAH BRENHISI
' JOHN STEW, Bake
No. 17 mirth Eighth street, Phalli
Philadelphia, Oct. 21st, 1837.•
Dr. WM. EVANS'S Medical Oitire, &t'
sale of his excellent Medicine, Is at No. 191' 1 1
Eighth street, Phfladelphia. •
Sold by J. T. WRRN
Sole nt for Schuylkill Pail
MT ES INC' !
Mrs. Anne G. Kenny, No. 113 - Lrudis
between Stanton and Houston streets, ofs
for ten years with the following distressing a;
toms: • 1
Acid eructation, daily spasmodt e psins in
head, loss of appetite, palpitation o beast,
dines and dimness of sight, could not lie ob i
right: aide, disturbed rest, otter inability
gaging in any thing that demanded nye
courage, sometimes a visionary idenof to
ration of. her disease, a whimsical_averm
particular persons and places„ groundless a 0
hensions of personal danger and poverty, an
someness and weariness of lite, discontented,
quietude on every slight occasion,ahe coolie
she could neither die nor live, she wept, lams
desponded, and thought she led 4 most mime'
lite, never was one so bad, with frequent tie
hallkcinations. Mrs. Remy had theiadvii
several eminent physicians, and had mean
numerous medicines, but couldnol obtain e
temporary alleviation of her distressing stair
her husband persuaded her to make trial
mode of treatment: She is note quite Tel
and finds herself not.only capable of attend,
her domestic strain, but avows that...hoe*
good health at preicnt as she did at any
of her existence. '
Husband of the afore'l44mm Re
Sworn before me this 14th ,day:of Dec. 1
Peter Pinckney; Corn. of
RE•IT' B•1116.5111Xi •
Valuable Real Property in P -----l otteo b
• FOR SALE. •
THE undersigned offers for sale. all
known three story ,BRICK STORNI 1.
DWELLING HOUSE and the i - sas s
situate in Centre street. Pottsville ,
otthe nadir - signori. tzgether arith nine I t-.
tenementsiii the rair of slid bidding; ar e
lot of groundiyihdreon the Whole. stands,'
brick building affiiiikaid, contains thirty,
front—finished from the basement story, •
grunt in the beet "'vino! workmanabip.an
as a business stand and a residence : Os
vOuratity situated. The foregoinepropiirly
be sold on low aid eceammorktunc terms.
[of the purchase money may remamms din. ~
erty fora few years, it desired. aide kid ..,• .
lila. and possession can be-even-1m - ' ... y...-
apply to _ : G. /14411(iNNIN28.
_April 22 32—tf _ - *A- 1 / 4 ..:1 . --..p. - •
';WILL BB SON? •
at Private i
A good two story houei and - 4oLfof
situate on Centre street. the lot-WW M
on Centre Street, and 230 feet deep. et...
the Mount Carbon Rail .Road--the noose
ehultially built, and well situated for any
I - -
• • ,
26.000 tap" - ;=
20:000 laiheoolaUware - riinli
.rilings 9 r I,lti by, .' • • .11: ,G
opt pa 44
Two good two story fame bonne
ground, fibulae in Deane*, triss,N
Street. Each house and lot is 20
homes are well finished lintit"-kiUshasitsit
44) each house, and , are situated
,isk Ow' oka
w o o ..of tovrtn:. ,AllorAilliziaboye PI
t ry chsap--Airzleinist 7
Ora sPPIY ANDREW - RAM
Jan - 6 7, ° •