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This describes ekaollytted coo,
York Banks. By
I : 4i
Rs operation ants many a '
and totally prostiateld ts tui i a n .
reduced their discoun ed
Lion, and have now 'reau s
when they have nothing W pa
Benton refuses to bel'hambnoal - :
another specch,, he denouneed
Yet it is thensimple of atteh
'humbugging' binkslthat our
moneyed inathuttoun to imita -
The Resolution repee#!
Cireolar,.paseed the How :;
tativea, by e vote of 1 1E*
Mirky, was one of the 20 :
gsinst the repeal
Correspondence of 'he Imp'
WITHAM To 'MN EDIT
Washingtdil i , M
A joint resolution to resc!
tell Specie Circular. was II
Senate today, end Mr, W
elaborate and a very able -
subject. ,He went into a r
Circular, commencing as
year 1836, and showed in ;i
its operation rirt the financi:
Whilst I was_ permitted
Webster, he was making a
ment uu - the subject presen !
resolution; and, what ro'not
listened to with the most prs
by a great portion of the
House of It epresentaives of
very much regret that it was
er to remain tdl Mr. Webst:,
ed. At the hour I left IV
producing irnrnenie effect,
to see that the dap of the . •
It is evidently the desire
cast the incubus aside with' , ,
possible. The voice of (hi'
and South• West, demands it .
Mr. Van Buren is not's°
own interest, as to turn a
that speaks in tones of thin:
in the Senate at this income'
hers opposed to the repeal i
and these ten, in all probe
soon follow the example of
Messrs. Sing,. of Georgia:,
New Hampshire, followed'
and the latter, gentleman ,
when the •Senate adjourtie
Senators will assign re..son .
when the anal question is
days will probably elapse
The Mode of Transact
recently found himself in a
sing and humiliating posit i
quence of the very loose me
etness that prevails in the 'l
merit. A most libelous at
munication is made ;to C
Secretary of the Treasury
in extenuation the "hurry
and that tOo when the t
where filed in the departn
In the year 1838, thetscreittry of the
Treasury employed eight larks and two
messengers. By way of ritroducing "e
-conomy and despatch" in the department
General JACKSON ' S
recoil and retrench.
ment committee in the enate propoie,l
"to simplify the forms in u.itie4s, and to
reorganize "its subordinat branches so as
to dispense with ono fou li' .if not one.
third, of the officers in t I> Treasury."—
Mr ; WOODWIRY, it win e remembered
was one of these reforine' and retrene
ment men ; elected to
friend of Mr. Adams, byt
allegiance during the firs ,
we learn from Mr. Bond ti
in the 'Treasury Depart ate
dead from eight to firmer
salaries have been dimini
600 to $27,100 But th
to do the loi..iness. at kick
Mr. ADAMS thought cot'
or five clerks—are so 4•lii
charge of their duly, Ili
time to obey the comma
or even to purge their fi
libels before the transibiss .
uments officially deinanile
the simplification , or ace
who vc lei read Mr. Wood
h served hm peculiar
ying the plainest matters
be amused at the idea of av
tleinan for ;he limp! ificat
So simple has Mr. Woodl
teen clerks, rendered the
partment, that M.. _Can
during the Special Silesia
self utterly inade quate to
of their mysteri
The same increase of
crept into all the departure
cession ef- General Jade
we presume. 'fiecause thi
General had pledged then
and retrench in all of dm
Department, for instenc
Secretary employed a chi
teen sub clerks; and two
aggregate compensation c
extravagance was rebuki
of Gen. Jackann, and tho
men stow empley fortrch
sengers, in the aame depa
pease of 03,810., And
-Albany Argus,lno doubt,
affidavit that this is all
more Democratic, and
smaller BUM by far than
list of I
To roprofot %buy& '
th of June nest:
;,. kiwi of the New
I' , an of business
in - their eiretlia.
' . This as what
" a 'humbug'
~.. focus wish our
—York Repub. is
A Wilson .l Allman
J A Otto ~. - 0 Swift
T Boors J • . n Heiler
Israel Reed i i.t John Wagner
Dr. J F Treichler z MI Kolsrud
J K Trego • J•lin Maurer
Chas Focht J .lini limner
Morgan Bensinger. or at Steinbaelree
Samuel Bartolett •la Breeder
Jacob Matthews J ' assail
Bernard Yeager , Simons
Reuben 11, Heston . Evans
John Franklin Esq B P.Puatroy
Dr David Hunter Jib Silver
George Medlar Esq .1• leanings
Dapael_Yost, Jr. • John.Haeley.
Catit'S 8 Kershner, J. ph -Fertil e
Abraham Bartolett, Jhn P Offer man,
Philip K Moyer, "J
oh Rzed, Esq.
George Shollenberger, e = H Stichier,
Aaron Boughner, .. H Potts.
Charles Broom, Thomas C Williams.
Daniel Madifort, S 4 Potts,
Charles Witman, Eq. Chas Taylor,
Michael-Lindner. TIC Pollock,
Dr. George N Eckert, • Jas Allen, -
E Y Farquhar. Esq. CI,O L T J Baird.
Peter Filbert, A Chit Nichols,
Samuel P Horning. . Or? W anider
Wm J Mover, ' Is. Potts.
Valentine Kepley nj. W Cumming: Esq.
Daniel Sholenberger., G W Farquhar, Esq.
Michael Seltw, • J ph Coatesworth.
James Marts.; • Be •' T Taylor,
Jemmiab Mellirane. Je moth Wolfinger,
Henry Koch. - ElcA. Pelt,
Charles M Hill, Ja4nei K Falls,
Win Garnett, Sanhoel Heffner
Henry Saylor, Co + George ShO i emaker,
John P Hobart, Ross Bull,
Mark Mellen, 'Jim C Lewis,
George Kauffman, Jr. T omas Gans,
Thomas Hiatt. Benj Gans,
Abraham Boughner, L P Whitney -
Edward Boyd, - Abraham Pott,
Aaa Haldemas, E Mughea,
Daniel KistAK, C Whalley,
Philip Osmans, Esq. pc. T C Rubio%
Joseph Albright, James McGinnis,
John Dialer; A j McGonagle,
Wre Gorgini, Daniel Keercher.
Samuel LowiN, A Lawton,
Agustin Bolton, il airy Donahue,
Jacob Machemer, F Partin.
John Kaercher, i Philips,
John Bier'''. D niel Hill,
Cnarlea Morvine, R bort /11 Grant,
Elijah Yarnell. J • o Kantner,
John Yarnell, Clime,
Abraham Albright,„ J nes Coddihgton,
Jacob Shack ; ' T Durnan,
Jacob Minnich, Esq. Saimeel Hartz,
Roland Kline, Daniel Stall,
Charles Demeter, Esq- Simnel D Leib,
Abraham B Jones, Jacob Bull,
Charles Yoder, - Rbbt Woodside.
Henry Christ, Sa t ml Young,
Banj Heffner, /ram) Butz,
Joseph F 'Faylor, J nathan Gerber,
Edward Kutzner, C pt Lewis Dreher,
Jesse Kantner, I v re H. Moodie,
Joseph Mills, illiam Graeff,
James Yost,C kb Wheeler, -
Levi Reber, .lob Huber,
Daniel Lindenmuth, ac Hervey,
Adam Shartle, P ul Brand,
Anthony IReibsamen, j r J bn Stine, of Jacob.
John %V Heffner, Pater Stine. of Henry.
John Snyder, jr. Nathaniel Wilson,
David Machemer, jr I 'oaths° Garber,
John S Sterner, m B. Keelboat,
Jacob Huber, J tin Stager,
Philip Zimmerman, lac K Shaeffer,
Daniel Harp, jr ylor A &attics.
Samuel Kauffman, et Garret ,
Richard Adams, eib Roerleb
Gideon Oswald, J t itin L. Minnich,
J. Everett, .1 lin K. Smith,
Daniel Millen J 41 Bond, .
Ralph Lee, J tin N,Speacei, -
Patrick Langton, in Dreher,
Luke Lanagan, 'Omar Acker,
Aaron Steinbach, avid Acker,
Wrn Wolf, J hn Messenger.
Elijah hammer, J hn Kerehner,
Jo,epn C Kern, .1 hn Dennison, . '
Joseph C Leib, bed Reed,
Andrew B. White, arks Dreher.
Wm. H. Mann, corers Mortimer,
Andrew Russel, 'cholas Fuz,
Dr George Halberstadt,A ex Silly man.
John 'l' Werner, e • th Leimaster,
Charles Ilurezinger. Jhn Kleckner,
John 'l' Hazzard, J ph Dreher, -
Daniel Stager, airiel March.
J +cob Kline, J hn Misch, jr.
-Win Shively, ter Eiibcr,
Benj. B inuan, •• ristripher Reed,
Geo C Wynk,oop, Joseph Yost,
Robert B Neigh, William Yost,
Oliver D.ibaon. Jphn Covely;
Elijah Bull, .1 in Hoffman,
J S Braley ter Albright,
Win Shenteher, .1 cob Ells,
E 0 Parry, J it Heiser.
E Bland, . aniel Heiser,
J. Haughawent, pied Smith„
Henry Jenkins. • Albert H. Deuel,
Jonas Shaeffer. Solomon Lord,
Jacob Madeira. - Frederick Priest,
Daniel Shard*, Charlei Bartolet,
John Fink, • 13 Madeira,
Jos Robinson, (4 neither.
Israel Green, and Nagle,
Abraham Ebert. ohn Nunemseher, -
Daniel Nagle, Witham Dewah.
Jame.. Trout, braham St Clair,
Abraham Bash. Martin Weaver,
E Q Henderson, harks Biddle,
Isaac Sigfried.. ward Huhn*.
W. W. Otto, harles Stanch. -
Win Major, ....• ihnT Simpson,
Dr Z Prall, Jobe Frank.
ET i lle Delegates fro Schuylkill County are
particularly requested to set st the publics house
of Mrs. Levan, in the rough of Reading. on
Monday the 4th of 'WM, at 9 o'cleelr precisely.
g the Specie
to 29. Mr.
who voted a.-
It, DAT RD.
y 29, 1838. .
Al the celebra.
ken up in the
-hater made an
peach on the
I history of the
r back as the
I affairs ottlie
listen to Mr.
ed by the joint
nu-ual, he was
, oth parties. I.
ot in my pow.
r had condo('
Hall, he was
lid It/Was easy
f all parties to
s little dtlay as
Unite) West .
itentive to his
: fear to ft voice
er. There is
only ten mem
, if the Circular,
:ilk) , " will very
nd H uhbard, of
i Mr. Webster,
had the floor
. Most of the
for their votes
ken, and some
:fore the vote is
ng Business in
'~.N BUREN has
on, ►n conce
de of doing bu•
I d abusive corn
•ogress by the
and he pleads
ent by his own
i ie. Senate as a
,educed from his
t the clerkships
it have been re- .
! ; and that their
' hed (torn Q,l 11,
se fifteen clerks.
Ilie inpatients of
, be dime by six
' rietl" in the dis•
t they have not
I ds of Congress,
es of newspaper
it of official doe.
/i. Further, as to
I oats. Any one
i y's report, and
acuity at mystif
rf language, must
...lectirte that Iles
/‘, on of accounts!
ury, with his fif
ffsirs of the De
ts, since the ac
.n. i .and chiefly,
friwids 'of the
tn. In the War
1 1838, the
f clerk, seven•
essengers at an
d by the friends
Kum Gsmrsaz. SCOTT,
my. sends to the Cher
in North Carolina.
ADDRESS. . .
Cherokees The Preaulettt of the United States
has sent me. grab a powerful army. to• Cause you,
in obedience to the Tres y of 11335. Injure that
fart of your people who re already establiitted
as prosperity ow the mho aide of the Misaissip.
Unhappily. the two ears which were al.
"limed for the purpose: . '! • , have suffered to peso
away without following, nd without making any
preparation to follow, a , now, or by the time
that this solemn address hall reach your district
settlements, the emurrat must• be commenced
in haste. but, I hope. wi , t disorder. .4 have
no power. by granting a • - *day. to smog
the error that yes ha earaindtted. The fill
same gent a
rks besides mes•
ments at an ex
the Globe and
dl readily make
ore cheap, and
t $63,810 is a
N. Y. Cour
+luny in the Young
• at Road's& on the
the United &atm Ar
kee- people. remaining
• Ling Tennreee and
moon Sr list is Ikea, es the wad sell km
key umber shall hoe peserd sway. ency Msn
ekes, mak wanes, &W as time Maw r
must too is smiths do join Asir liemberi is the
lty Muds This is ne sodden determined's
at the part of the President, whom yap and I
most now obey. By the treaty. the emigration
Will to lasi been completed on or Ware the lad
of this month; and the President has constantly
kept you warned. during the taro yearn allowed.
through all ibis °Mews and agents in this country,
That the treaty would be enforced.
I aiw,eome to carry out that determination....
My troupe already occupy many positions in the
woody' that you are to abandon. and thousands
and thousands an approaching. from every
quarter, to render assistance and escape alike
hopelea*. All those troops, regulars and militia,
we your friend& Receive them end confide
in themes such. Obey them when they tell you
that you can remain no krrger in this country.
Soldiete are ag kind hearted as brave, and the de.
ore of every one of us is to execute our painri#
duty in mercy. We are commanded by I*
President to act towardzyou in that spirit, and
such is also the wish of tbe whole people of A.
Chiefs keiskissie sad mesriers—PWlU you. then
by resistance, competes to resort to arms? God
forbid Or will you. by light, seek to hide your
selves in mountains and forests, and thus oblige
us to hut you down ? Remember that; in per=
suit. it may be impossible to avoid condiets. The
blood of the white man. nr the blood of the red
thud. marl* spilt, and INFO, however accident
ally, %they be impossible for the discreet and
humane anihoneyou, or among us, to prevent a
• enrol war and carnage. Think of this, my
Cherokee bretbern. 1 sin an old warrior. and
have been present at many a scene of slaughter;
but spare me; I beseech you, the horror of wit
nessing the destruction' of the Cherokees.
Do not, 1 invite . you, even wait' for the close
approach ofihe.trunpi; but make such prepara
tion for emigration as you can, and hasten to this
place, to Rolleil Landing, or to Gunter's ,Land
ing, where you will all be received in kindness
Iby officers selected for the purpose. You will
find for all, and clothing for the destitute, at eith
er of those places, and thence at your ease, end
in comfort, be transported to your new homes ac
cording to the terms of the treaty.
This its the address of a warner to° warriors.
May hisentreatias be kindly received. and may
the God of both prosper the Ainericans and Cher
gimes, and preserve them long in peace and
friendship with each other
. Cherokee agency, Mar 10th, Itl3B. •
FACTS BETTER THAN ARGUMENT.
Formai Eaoc►'rtor.—During the Adininistra•
tion of George !Wolf—tie years—there were ap•
propriated for the support of common schools, by
thus SLZe , about seventy-five thousand dollars:
Very good: but during the three years in which
Guy. RITN ER has been in office. there have been
appropriated upwards of NINE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS for the same purpose;
and yet Erthe team have beau dimintirked I:
Who is the pour man's friend.—Coat. Her.
Schuylkill Coal Trade.
Shipments of Coal for the link. aridity on
Thursday evening last
George H. Potts,
Hodgson & West
Delaware Coal Co
N A Coil• Co,
S B Reeve & Co
J 801 l & Co *
&Hyman & Nice
Potts & Batman
' G Moore
P E Hawn & Co
Per last report. 638 31,39
The return from Schuylkill Haven was
not received, which would increase the a.
bove amount about 4000 tons.
MOUNT CARBON RAIL ROAD.
The follniwing is the amount of Coal transported
nn this Rail Road. 14 the week ending on
Thursday rennin; lase 2051 tons
NATHAN CLEAVER. Collector.
RILL CREEK RAIL ROAD.
The following is the amount of Coal transported
on this road for the week ending on Wednesday
evening last. 1809 tons
Per last Report. 808
GEM EIA DESTY. Cqiktetor:
WEST BRANCH BAIL 110 AD.
The followings. the amount of Coal-transported
on this Rail Read for the week ending on
Tbonday evening lass, 4399 toos
Per last Report 11.811
ROBERT C. HILL, Collector
The following is the samara of Cost transported
on this Road for the Creek ending pn. Saturday
evening last. 1263 to=
Per last report, ISM
H. H. POTTS. Collector.
LEHIGH COAL 1 IRADE-1113$.
Dispatched Bros Manch Munk for Ills wank
ending on tbs 3th month 94tb
-77 Boats carrying
949 Boos t last report,
HAZIALICOI4 ZZPOET. '
4 boats esetying , Rl4l s.
1 last report, 4
HAW. Shoulders end Sides, for Ws by tbo
Hopboad, bi trus
joss 2 42-3
On nth day. the 24lth ult., at Eris*?
Broasill WOILMION. of Philadelphia,
to Eusaarral F. daughter of William
MI mat., WI I,
76th year 01 hit
tarred on Frida)
STAtED uketing ki
of Pulaski Lodge, ?ha
216, will be tick at 'hi 'Auld plats. no Mutt
day vetting pest, June 4th. at half past 7
cluck. P. M.
Punctual etteniauee is requested.
Jugs 2 . 42.4
REVIEW OF TIIE MARKET.
ranswafi. Jima. 1232.
WHEAT FLOUR. by the load was worth carri
es, IF 50.
WOL'AT 180 Per puitieL is demand.
RIM FLOUR 2125 per cwt. in demand.
111.2:10211EA24FLOUR 2 50 per cwt. in dont*
RYE, by and fa awe by the bustrel..oreedy
RTE CHOP 214 cents par bushel is desiand.
9Affl4o eenterready ids. •
POTATOES 45 pmtsper bushel hideout&
CON-70 cents per bushel in demand.
CLOVER SEE—$5 60 per bushel.
TIMOTHY SE D—sll 00 per bushel.
FLAXSEED-414 per bushel in demand.
WISSIKF.Y-42 cents per gallon.
BOTER- 1 .4 cams per pound—in Kip 12 omits
kX.MS-12 centif peedomen.
LA S6--l0 cont4 n per pound.
TALLOW-9 c ts per pound.
HAMS 12 cent, per pourd.
CORN CHOP 8I cents per bushel In demand.
BACON-12 cents per pound. '
BEESWAX-18 mats per pound.
FEATHERS-62'cents per pound.
COMMON WOOL-40 ceuti per pound
MACKEREL, bi the bbl. No 1, $l4OO 1 4 r 2. $ll
SALT-2 621 pier bbl.; 87 per bushel.
PLASTER, m *Orth $7 00 per ton.
11AL $lB per tan.
rirtHE Register of Schuylkill County having
grafted to thit subscriber, Letters of Adadn
istrationion the eytate. of Henry Neligh, late of
the bonligh of Putiaville, tiecea.ed. All persons
indebte to the elstate of the said Henry Neligh
are icquested to Osaka immediate pavnent; ayd
all thoenhavi-ig dilaims, are requested topresent
them fopettlemeht to the subscriber without de.
lay. / ROBERT B. NELIGII,
june r 42-6 Adminiatrattor.
Firstroop • vylkill County Cavalry,
WI L Pan e on Wednesday the L3th of
1 or, at Mortimer's hotel
j J. P. WOLLASTON. F. S.
Jun.' , 42-3'
AURT of Appeal for First Troop Sebuyt•
k County Cavalry will be held , at Monti
mer's del, on Wednesday the 13th of June, at
6 o'ekik, F. M.
a 3 702
a , 243
- (jaw Phitedelphie s )
Umonse! amass di e
u PECTFULi.Y tenders her eervjces to.l
• 11 '121 Ladies of Pottsville and the vicinity, and
bopeiby the Ine r tness of her work, quick des
patch and modeiate charm to merit a share of
Hr residence 111 at Mrs. B. Mason's, opposite
the pre of Nagar.. Nathan, & Co. in Centre
Jute 2 •
Casts or Appeal.
Al MONDAY the 11th day of June init. the
&mato of Appal for the 30th Regiaient will
be bid es follow':
Faiths Ist Battalion. at the house of Benjamin
Beitehger in MaKeansburg, by Capt. Matthew!,
Clot t ßeiter and : Capt. Curet.
Fdithe 2d Battalion. at the house of Philip
Born in Schuylkill Haven, by Capt. ffebc,Capt.
Reettand Cato- Miller.
By order of Cot. John V. Riekel,
EDW. Y. FARQUHAR,
PT 2 42-2
TIE. Subscriber is receiving from the A. Law.
t.n Crillieriess a fresh simply of the celebre.
tedloolllN It LEWIS REP ASH COAL, now
land's, at his yharf, Pine street. SchuylkilL—.
Ordes left et the office. Nu. 81 Dock street, or
at tbi wharf, will be promptly attended In.
F. B. NICHOL&
leldadelphia. May 12.1278.
otiIOPOSALS will be received by the Corn.
mimionere of the Aloha House. at their
in the Palk. New York. for 500 tons of
/teibracke Coal, (with privilege of taking 2000
toni) until Thursday. the 14th day of June next.
AbOiennu will please state the vein or' mins
anisewhich the Coal ta- proposed to be delivered
the price per ton of 2240 lbs. .i.
Coal to be delivered an in before the 50th
daYofSeptomber nut, at suck wharf or wharves
as any from time to time be designated by the
C 4 RrligsginnenVn We Island, Blackwell's Wand
or Log bland. Ferrets.
Element will'; be made • in cub on delivery.
)ine 2 ' 42-41
To , 1 Dealers. .
611-111ALRD Propose . le will he rewired by the
r , . subscriber it hts Counting Boom. on Land
ing rdwrat. above Fairmount Water Worka, an:
rajloth day, of Jane, at 6 o'clock P. M. for
g Prom that dais bztil the lot day of March.
i .. all tha s t i lli' blio Lanais& balmighig, to the
Dowries o f ' g Garden. known as the Fair
moist St. Landing. and situated cm Oilkmhill
auk , near the limper Ferry_ Bridge.
wog lis wary I ,respeet well esieulated kr the
••aimed Coal. as wail es the retail trade of the
•• b as i n g coasting noose. Soden Crane. &a.
lambedthiv ii t JAMES M. BOLTON.
Irwin of Landing Committee,
• k District of Sluing Garden.
Philedripli*Jane S E DM& . _
. sodeaux Claret. •
WINE Old Bbrdaos Must on *aught, at itti
ceet i per istion, rot nle by
MAUI , RAGGERTIF,.
on Wednesday morning the
.lAhl BELL Esq. in the
age—his remains w•cre in.
Measlier. of Cram.
a Oil, !kite; ••d • bolo
led Lobar S••ew.• &c. iIAISW
IL NA TSARS aCk
gala - Bosse 14111 p-sad ci4eri %ATM. Just
vieeived by . 1114114101,410*
gut BOXES Pilaw Batliaitaa Hanoi% re.
CSITCIi sad for yak by
MILLER t gAGGBRIT. -
JERSEY RAMS and Western Bacon--20
bhda. just received IT
• N. NAtHASS qr CO,
4nne 2 424
"Nam raaraw STORE.
01 1 / 1 /081 LE WON
IESPECTFULLY inhales the Ladies of
Pottsville and ita.vicLnity, and the public-gen.,
orally. that he has just' opened' in Mahantango
Street, No. 10 Clintan Row,. very elegant assort•
want of FANCY GOODS, among which are-
A choice selection of foreign and domestic prints,
Painted . Lawns, French dt, Entlishichiatzes,
Superior black bombazine. Shelly.
Pooh de Sol o Oro de Series, Ir. Gin de Nap, silks,
Senshew and Florence,
Kid; silk and cotton do
Misses do do do
Mohair and silk stockings,
Embroidered cotton do (well Superior) -
Unbleached do dia
Black and mixed do
Misses & Children's do
Parasols and Umbrellas.
French worked and Tamboard Coll-sta. -
Plain sad Figured bobinet,
' Knotted do
Jaeonet, Cambric and Book Mullin,
Bishop Lawn, -
Barred and striped muslin, •
Bobinet edgings, inserting. and quilling',
Muslin and inserting' and edgings,
Dress Hilkfs, veils &c.
Bonnets, ribands, &c.
Bureau covers, Linens and Muslim".
Apren and furniture checks.,
Linen and cotton diaper,
Bird's eye do
Linen pocket hdkfe, green worsted air& ---'
Sewing silk, spool cotton, thread 4e.
Tapes, pins, 'needles, bodkini &c.
Silver, plated and brass thimbles,
Emory big., scissors and piercers,
Tassels fur window blinds and shutter",
Linen and cotton floss andvi`orsted.
Gentlemen's super lloskin„ kid, linen, cotton and
Satin. mohair and bombazine stbcks,
-Shirt collars, &c. &c.
The above goods have been selected with great
care. and will be sold - at unusually low prices.
May 26 40-3
Choice Wines and Liquors.
N. NATFIANS 8 Co.
HAVE on hand the following choice Wines
and Liquors which they warrant genuine,
and offer for sale on the most lavurable terms,
50 Baskets Champaign. Wines. ofXey, Hick
ory, Star, Woodcock. Anchor. Grape and other
10 . Baskets Sparkling White Burgundy.
10 do Old Hoch.
5 cues Old Grape Juice Port.
50 do Medoc & St. Julien Claret.
Also—a few dozen of the much celebrated East
India or Star Madeira,
Old Brown, Gold and Pale Sherry in bottles.
do Madeira. Muscatel do
Curraeoa, Perfect Love, Rose, Noyaeo,. Ann's
, Bette, Anniaseed Cordis,l4, * do •
Madeira, Pale. Brown &. Gold Sherry, Lisbon,
Teneriffe, Mar. Madeira, Malaga, Malmsey,
Dry Malaga, Muscatel and Old Port.
Champaign Brandy of the Pinet brands,
Cognac, Bordeaux & Charanus Brandy,
"Holland Ging of Pine Apple .nd' Fish brands,
Jam. Spirits, M. Whiskey, N, E. Rum. -
Cpm. Gin, Com Brandy he.
Tavern keepers from the neighboring towns,
are respectfully invited to call.
N. B. Goods delivered to any part of the bo
rough.or neighboring towns free of expense.
may 2 33
New and Splendid Goods.
01 1 111 E Ladies of Pottsville and vicinity are res•
pectfulfy invited.to call apd examine a moat
splendid auortmeni of
Painted Lawna, Jacinetta,
Black and White Lawns;
Hoskin, deik and light kid Grove*,
Worsted, Cotton aid Silk .do
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Shawl, Veils. •
Plaits and pointed bordered linen Cambric hdkfii.
Silk & Cotton, & unblended hose,
do do Embroidered do
At the store of N. NATIIANS & CO.
mar 19 • • . SS
Pottsville & Haribiburg
NEW (LINE OF
THE • undersigned respectfully inhume the
publics that be has commenced runninga
Semi-weekly line of STAGES between
VILLE end HARRISBUR¢ It Irate. the
"National Hotel." in Pottsirille. every Tummy
cad Friday. at 4 o'clock, A. M. and leaves B.
Hale's hotel, in Harrisburg, every Monday .and
Thursday, at 4 o'clock. A. M. arriving the lama
evening tube place of destination.
Fare Through. s3' 40 S
Way - Passengers ) 6
For Seats apply at Weaver's hotel. Pottsville.
and at Hale's hotel in Harrisburg. Passengers
taken to or finm any other stopping plaees.
May 16, 1838.
wo7loE is hereby given to the Stockholders
a.‘ of the Centre Turnpike Road, leading from
Reading to Sunbury. that sn Election will be held
at the house of Elisabeth Weibel, is Sunbury,
on the let Monday of,Jone; nest, between the
hours of 10. and 4 o'clock, for the purpose' of
choosing. oilcans foe the ensuing year. At the
same time the books and accounts of the compa.,
ny will be laid before the Stockhobisra.
MARKS ISO. BIDDL}.. Preset.
PHs CIEUROHINANS MANUAL. an Ea.
+ 4 . position of the Doctrines. Ministry salvor.
ship of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the
MAW Slaw; by lb* Rim Bain= room tee.
for of Christ Cbareb.Phibuirlsolaia, jot rlesit&l
end Air sale here.
rirE, GitrAllhoillatibok fec,leboelw Wks
JOHN SILVEI4 - .
MAKES pkitante in informing his friends minim
public. that he continues his !tessera* , nailer
the-Pennsylvania Hall.":in P wrille lifdlol/11$
his put reptitationlor keeping a respectable Ektabi
tishment. acquired during the, imperience ofAyeara
'a the =melts* of business. and a desire
may merit a continuance of their Living and.intwinv
JOHN SILVER has aide arrangementr'with
Robert Harmer. of the 'aCaratico:nr.." N 0.44. Notth
Third street. Philadelphia fora aupply, of all - the
delicacies which the Philadelphia market can &IRO
during the Summar season.
- Bag of Fare,
Remo BeeC cold. per plate.
Carved de do
'Fried Bate tt Egge, 'do
Green Turtle Soup, do
Fresh Pickled Salim. • t
Spiced Oysters. —.
Old Madeira Wine, per bottle, 1 &V'
Old Pale Sherry Wine,, do 1 50
Old Brown do I do 160
Old Port do do • 1 00
OW Lisbon do , - , do leo
Chanapaizne. (Palmetto,) do $ 00
London. Brown Stout, do 37f
pepper's,Sauth's & Settlers XX Pale Ale.
Apartments are always In ' diness for Ektipter
Parties,slc and those who call v expect tonneau
Pottsville. May 11. 1838.. - *lit .
a. and Storehouse on Ceni
streets, a full assortment of Gs
coal region via :
Barr Iron of assorted kites.
Band and Hoop do do
Nails and pike Rods do do
Steel, Round & Square drk do
Nails and Spikes do do
Coal Shovels do do
Hardware, a general garsortment.
All of which he is selhng at reduced prices.
Jon 13 2 CLAYTON.
, . Light Wines.. .
3.2 11HDS,Vin de Grave Wit rll
Piper Claret, do
warranted sound, for sale by
. may 19 38 N. NATFIANEW—CO.
For Sale, or to be Rented.
THAT saleable tract of Land railed the
ton Trace," belonging to Elizabeth Spohn,
situate on the west NW weginn Rail Road, next
north or. end adjoining the Peach , pountain, ie
offered for.wile on accommodating 14,iinstnr the
Coal Mines will be leased severally or together
to an approved tenant. A pply . to
HENRY; MOR RCS, •
3d & Walnut Street. .
T HE undersigned cautions tho public against
purchasibg or leasing the tract of land called
Clinton Tract, on the East Nbrwegian :rad road,
from Elizabeth Spohn, or Henry Morris for her,
as he the undersigned clairris title thereto, and
will institute a Suit against any person attempt ,
log to take the posseasioa thereof:
Manheim, April 28, 1838,
Valuable Real Property Pottsville.
THE undersigned offers for sale all that welf
known three story ,FIHICK STORE AND
DWELLING HOUSE and the appurtenances
situatein Centre street, Pottsville, the properly
of the undersigned, together with nine other
tenements in the rear of said building, and the.
kit of ground whereon the whole stands.. The
Krick budding aforesaid, cuntain.4 4 thirty feel in
front—Wi' bed from the basement story to the
garret in the best style of workmanship, and both
as a business stand and s 'residence, is most fir.
vourably situated. The foregoing property will
be sold on low and accommodating terms. Part
of the purchase money may remain on the Koji.
erty for a few years, it,desired. Title judispota.
ble; and possession can be given immediately—.
apply to G. M. JENNINGS.
April 22 . 32—tf Pottiville
--New Goode! New Goodie. t
J UST received by N. Nathans & Co. a Dew
and elegant assortment of Spring and Sum
mer Print", painted muslin, and lawns ' among
which may be found a few pifccs of English'
Prints at a very low rate. AWN, a splendid age
sortment of Clothe s Cassimerer. 1 7 i:stings &c.
Also. Gt . ntlemen's Summer 'wear, together
with e general assortment of Linens, Checks. pi.
opera, 'Pickings. 111mline. &e. &c.
sprit )4 - 28
BAN: 4 JAN has commenced a Book Bind.
• cry in connection with his Book Store.
*bare all kinds of Books will be bound at the
shortest notice sit low rates.
Blank Books &c. -
ornery description made to order et the fowled
rater—sad the tredo supplied wholesale at Phila.
April I l
LOOKING -GLASS and Picture Frame Gild:
Cr, next door to Mr. John Meßarron's, Lyon
street. Old frames reigilt in the neatest man
ner, and at the shortest notice
• sprit 2/11 A
iltenkunin W. Cummjinit s ,, - ,
dirrowrilir dir .14.111 n •
"NAB removed hiliirlßee to Centre Street
posite the Brick Building of George.ll4enr
nings, where he will attend to all . bWitiemi an.
tynifed to him in the line of his profr.iairith ;..• •
• Oct 21 • •-,=''t,y,,i,i4f3.4f
Fresh Griseries: '
MILLER & :HAGGERTY have' received
their spring supply of fresh Groceries: a
mong Which latil be found some very_ choice
Crestwood Black Tess of the very latest import*,
does. whist they east reomernend to theirfrierada,
sad the publics:
april 28 •
CAROLINA worked flooring boarde.: . .oinis4.
wa y a k tongint,!tid veered ready for laympl,
and JI inches of different quality.and,, , Pm*.
cuostoody on hand; and for gale in Iota; to bait
wailers, upon epOiesiioo AJ letter_ to
• JAMES 3111
pi a *, /Whine Whitt 11:1;;IMITZteg"
w'Mni." .B S 7II O G . LE R / 7 1:
sprit Itft 111—tr:. °6
n band at his Store
e and Rail .Road
s, suitable for-tits
A. QV INN, -