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To Co4l Den'
lit EALED Proposals will be 1
B '.! subscriber at hut Countin
lug street, above Fairmount
'lll the 10th day of Josue at 6
letting from that date until the
that Public ding,
3839, all i
District of Spring G rden, kn‘'
mount St. Landing, nd situa
!street, near the apps Ferry B
`being in every swipe well
shipping of Coal, as Well as the
City, having CountinHouse,
/attached thereto: J AMES M
Chairman of Land
Bhiladelphia, June 2, 1838.
PROPOSALS wil ha rem . ,
missioners of t a Alms
offloa in the Park, ew York
Anthracite Coal, (wi h privileg!
tons,) until Thursdayi the 14th
Applicants will please state
from which the Coal to propose.
and Ole price per ton of 2240
The Coal to be delitiered on oil
day of September nexti, at such .•
aa mat , from time to lime be
Comaiissioners, on title Island, B
or Long Island Forme.
Payment will be made in cars
THE Subscriber is receiving f
ton Collieries, 'a strop!
ted SPORN St LEWIS RED
landing at his wharf, , Pine etre•
Orders left at the office, Nu. 81
at the wharf, will be fitomptiy at
Philadelphia, May 14, 1838
New and Sidendi
THE Ladies of Pottsville and
peetfollv invited:tit Call and
splendid assortment of
Painted Limns, Jaeone4e, Prints
Black and White Lawns,
Moaslinedelains I . 4mm' se,
Hoskin, dark andilight kid Glove
Worsted, Cotton and Silk do
Fancy Handkerchlefs,'shawls, V
Plain .and painted bordered linen
Silk & Cotton, blended & untdeal
do do Embrnidered
At the store of 11. NATH
position of the Doelt.rines, Mi
ship of the" Protestant Episcopal
United States, by the Rev. BENJA.
tor oF-Christ Church, Philadelphi
and for,sale here.
. FloOrfin*, Boa
CAROLINA worked flooring
ed, tongued and grooved rea .1
II and Ii filcher of difibrent quay
ttonetangy on hand, and for able
purchasers, upon appli tion by
JA i ES Mt. :
Planing Machine harf. N.
or NULLED. & HA e
april 25 31—lf I
Choice Wilie 4 and
PIA.f . NATI4I4IS & t
HAVE on hand the !following:
and Liqhors which, they we'
and offer for sale on the most
50 Baskets Charopaigne Wines.
ory, Star,' Woodcock, Anchor, e
10 Baskets Spar Whig White Bur
10 do Old MO,
5 cases Old Grape Juice Port,
60 do Medoc & St. J then Clar.'
Also—a lbw .doten of the much
India or Star Madeira,. .
Old Brown, Gold and Pile Sherr
do Madeira, Muscatel
Curracos, PerfeCt Love s Rose, Nl'
'Bette, Annisseed Cordials,
ON DRAUGHT. •
Madeira, Pale, Brown & Gold S
Teneriffe, Mar. Mad,etra, Mal
Dry Malaga, Muscatel and Old!
Champaigne Brandy of he Pinet
Cognac, Bordeaux & Cltarante
Holland Gina of Pine Apple and f"
Jam. Spirits, M. Whiskey, N. E.
Corn. Gin, Com Brandy i&c.
Tavern keepers from the neig,
are respectfully invited to calf!
N. B. Goode delivered to any
rough or neighboring Mame free o
may 2 • .
Valuable Real Property in
THE undersigned offers for sail
known three story ,aRicK S.
DWELLING HO USELiricl the a
situate in Centre street, IPottaville,
of the undersigned, together wi
tenements in ,the rear of said buil
lot of ground whereon the whole
brick building afdresaid,l contains
front—finished from the baseme
garret in the best style ot workme
as a business stand and residen
vonrably situated; The forekroin
be sold on low and accommodatin
of the purchase money shay rams;
erty for a few years, at destredis
Me, and possession can toe given i
apply td i G. M. 3 .
April 22 32—tf
For Sale, or to be •
rirRAT valuabhrtract df Lan ea 1
- L ton Tract," belonging . to 1'
Innate on the west Norwegian ;Ft
north of, and adjoining the Pench;
offered for sale on accommodatihr
Cori Mines will be leased aevevall
,to an approved tenant. Apply to
3d o tin Wivilni
JIBE undersigned cau
Cl too Tract, on the
f Elizabeth Spohn, or
ite the undersigned el
will institute a suit agai
jag' to take the possession
3MIDS. Tin de Grave
2 Pipes Claret,
tweeted sound, for sale
stay 13 38 N.
Resumption of mine's.
t• . ,
[received by the
!: Boom; on Land.
1i ter Works, on
clock P. M. for
et day of March,
Ilonging to the
n as the Fair.
T.. on Callowhill
dge.. The same
kulated. for the
tail trade of the
ales, Crane, &c.
NEW ERIIO s TORE.
T HE Subscriber returns 14 grateful achnowl.
edgementi to the citizen of Pottsville and
others, who stepped forwent his assistance at
ter the loss of fus 'property b fire - in December
last, and would also acquaint eat and the pub-
Itc.generally, that he hascominenced the
Drug 13usinees in the house erly occupied by
Charles W. Clements in ,Street, in the
borough of Pottsville, where y always be had
a geneial assortment of
Drugs, ,IN 'eines,
Paints, . Oil
.Glass, Dy Stunk
And every other article in the hove line, which
he is disposed to sell on very w and acconimo.
r pring Garden
d by the Com
pose, at their
for SOO tons of
of taking 2000
ay of June next.
e vein or mine
to be delivered,
N. B. 117' Physicians pre,
put` up at the shortest notice.
Pottsville, May 30,1838
Boats for S
7'GOOD f chuylkill Canal
beat materials, nearly new,
or exchanged for Coal at the m
on delivery. I May 30
before - the 30th
art or wharves
' . ignated by the
elt well's island
New Goods! New
m the A. Law.
of the eelebra.
a i_C If now.
. k street, or
Minity are res
,xamine a mos
NS & / CU.
U 4L, an'
jetty and wor
hurch in the
, pat received
50 calved and for sale by
JERSEY HAMS and Weal
hhds. just received by
• -for laying, 1,
ty and 'prices,
in to snit
Bordeaux Cla l
FINE,OId Bordeaux Claret on
cents per gallon, for sale b •
MILLER dj II
. Phiia. Co
FRESH Sailed Oil, Pick
ply of Pickled Lobster Sou
Saßad Oil, Pick
JAMES VIOLET & Cos. ae
lad Oil. A full assortment o
Pickles, for sale by
MILLER & •
of Key, Hick
,rape and other
ROW LETT'S Interest Table
and for sale by
ja n 24
Boots and Sh
N ATHANS & Co. have o
"f assortment of Gentlemen'
Boots and shoes, which they will
SANDERSON'S PARIS --jus
for sale at this office.
UNCLE HORACE, a novel, by
The Two Flirts and other T
The River and the Desart, b
Just reeeived and for sale by B.
art of the ho.
- Lot for Sale
WILL be sold CHZAP ,FOl/ CAS
on William Street in this
ing the Lot on which Luke Lee
a dwelling house. The lot is
William Street, by 110 feet deep.
May 41 B.
all that well
ing, and the
hirty feet in
story to the
hip, and both
•, is most fa:
1 property will
on the prop.
NAIL AND IRON W e.
'AVE on hand
' BOILER IRON,. -----
ROUND k SQUARE IRO
COAL, SCREEN do.
RAIL ROAD do
Bar iron of any site drawn to
and spikes of all Rises, for sale at
prices. REIMS, WHIT
Reading, May 22,1838.
HAZZARD & STIR:
WHOLESALE AND R
Corner of Centre and Mirka Str
led the "Clio.
.rms• or the
Teas! Teas!! T
Ki%-! n n CHESTS and chests
eir and black Teas e consisti
Pieco,Sonchong, Poncho:lg, Gun
Upon, Old Hyson and Hyson Ski
and fur sale ai rethiced prices by
DE NA ru
Several small chests put up for
I• Only M
t any -
f land called
n rail road,
rig - for her,
MIRE subscriber respectfully
-m• public that be has cowmen
tore of Confectionary in all its va
at his Store in ° Centre SUiet. near
Pottsville House, - where Con
ers can always be supplied who •
at the lowest Philadelphia' cash
" m e, t.
Country Merchants are; reopec
to call and examine him meek bef
8 & CO
ir built of the
11 ill be Bold cheap,
rket price. Ap.
Encourage donne Manu
JOHN & C
' - EXPRESS
WM OF swamps.
eat 1 •
rvitE-Proprietoriorthis Line, (will has been
fitted epic a superior Manner for e ammo.
modelion of the Travelling Conn:mit ,) respect
liilly arinounce to the public that the • e will
positively commence running betwes ,
PO'TTSVILLE 14' PHILADEL ea WA.
on Wednday - t4Lt 2d of May, and w continue
to leave their office at the fennsyletfaie Hall,
Pottsville, daily at; 6 o'clock, 4. M. and strive in
Philadelphia, at 6.o'clock P. M. at the followirg
rates of Fare: _
To Orwigatturg, 0 50
Port Clinton, 75
Pottstown, ' .1 00
Trap, . 624
Norristown, 1 50
Philadelphia, $OO •
For Seats apply at the PennvyliiMia Hall ;
Pottsville; Flerr's Hotel, Reading; and . at their
Office, Na. 25, North Fmirth Street, Philadelphia.
MINTZER & Cq. Pettatown.
SAM'L. OVENSIIINE, , Ma.
EVANS & CALDWELL, Do.
, PARKER ar. CO.
MERCERS 4- TAILORS,
(Penneriy Parker &
lIAVE removed on th e opposite side OCentre
Street, a few doors above Norwegiala Street
whore they offer for aide a select assortment o,
Superfine Broad Cloths and Cassimereis of the
most fashionable colors, with en elegant , assort.
meat of Summer Cloths, Vestings, Linen and Cot.
ton Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Stocks, Glades, Sos.
pendent, linen and cotton Hose, end all kinds of
Gentlemen's wearing apparrel, which twill be
made to order in the most approved style is to the
workmanship, and warranted to lit eque to any
in the City or elsewhere.
P. S. P. & Co. keep on band an excellent as.
sortment of ready.made Clothing of altkinde,
which will be sold at very low rates.
• NEW IRON ;
& Hardware Store.:
THE subscribers would respectfully announce
to the public, that he has added to his for mce
stock, iron and Hardware, consisting in rt or
American and English Bar Iron, Hoops an Band
Iron, Round Iron, mantle& size.; Cast, rawly.
Shear. German and English Blister and A. M.
Steel Vices, Monse-hole arivila.Smith's Wows,
Cast Steel band, choping and Broad auta, nails
and spikes, together with a general assortment
of Iron Mongery, all of which will be sold at re.
dined prices, by JOHN CLAYTON.
April 22 , 32
AIVS 4 CO
KEW BAKERY do CONFECTIONARY
(draught, at 1521
Frederick C. Epting ,
E4PECTFULLY informs his friends and
mla' the public in general, that he has opened a
Bakery and Confectionary Establitiment
in Norwegian Street, next door below the Arcade
is the borough of Pottsville, where he will al
ways keep on hand and bake to order all kinds
of Cakes of every variety of patterns—and where
also, will 'always be kept on hand, Bread by the
Loaf, of an excellent quality, and of a large size.
His Confectionary comprises s large and, gen.
eral assortment selected with care, and wild at
the very lowest rates.
F. C. E. would also inform families that: be is
prepared to bake Family Bread for any nurnber
who prefer furnishing their own Flour, at the
shortest notice, aad on the most reasonable terms.
a pril 21 30-3 m
end a fresh sup
es. &c. just re-
W in. Osborne
, ust received
Books! very low.
we BANNAN offers for sale the folloWing
Ls • standard works at the very low prices at
Home, Smollett and Miller's England
4 vols. sheep, with plates •10 00
Clarke's Commentary, 4.v015, sheep, 12 00
Wesley's works, 10 vols. complete, 11 00
Bock's Theological works, 6 vols. sheep,' !4 00
Scutt's Bible and Commentary, 3 vols. ,
sheep, ,6 00
Byron's works, beetborne'ii Edition, sheep, '4 25
•Rollio's Ancient History,. 1 'vol. sheep,
' Dearborne's Edition with Maps and
plates, '4 25
Josephus 1 vol. with plates 125
Marryatt's works complete. 1 vol. 25
Moore's works, Library Edition 2 25
Borns works, • 2 00
Cowper sod Thompson's works, 2 25
Paley's works 2 00
Borden'. village Sermons. 2 00
Doddridg4's Family Expositor, - 350
Encyclopedia of Geography, 3 vols. with
1290 cots and 100 Maps, to 50
Fox's Book of Martyrs, with plate's, - 225
McKenzies 5000 Receipt, 1 37
Together with a variety of other Books af, very
low rates, to suit the times.
July 1 32
band a large
11 at 'a low rate.
ra S. C. Hall,
a lot situated
feet front on
A general . assortm ent of fre!h
. and . seasOable
Gooda t iu4ecetved—conittsting pill of
e loweit City
• "ER it M.
Salt, Plaster, &ce Atm
which will be sold low for cash. The hilliest
price paid in cash for all kinds of country p tide.
PCISEPH WHITE &
Mount Carbon, Dee 2
THE Register of Schuylkill County h ring
iranted to the subscriber Letters of A in. ,
iatration on the estate of John McGrath, of
Norwegian township, Schuylkill County, d
ed: All persons indebted to the said John Nedra*
are iequested to make Immediate payment;i and
all those having claims are requested to present
them for settlement us tnesolweriher• without de.
lay. 111/OR ITINSLEY,
Adasinizt 3l- ratqz.
, just received
S & CO
Port Carbon, May 16,183 x.
nces to the
era and cab•
•1 1 Superior Wises,
. . (At tAe lowest City prices.)
TBE. celebrated Old Star Madeira* Sparltling
Burgundy. Old Port, Hock, Hock i b is trer,
Lisboo, Teneriffe, Pale, Brown and Gold rry.
Also—on draught, Claret, Spanish Wines„ Via
de gran and Rhenish wines of excellent q
,at ,50 per gallon.
Store re and Tavern keepers will be ap
plied at wholesale pri
N THAN &Co I
may 26 40 Centre St.
,•- • .
THE M i MIESPJOVIR.
Interesting etid eistowigise Fad e.
MORE condemns pros& of the extraordinary
efficacy of DR. WM. EVAN'S celebrated
Camonideand Aperient Actibilions Pills in al
kykong afflicted nuinkir.d.
To James Dichotic, 96, Cornbill, Boob" Agent'
for the sale of D. Wm. Evans'aCiunoadle
Leant, Nov. 15,1836.
Dear Kir—Knowing by experience this every
reference that the afflicted receive of thivissnea.
cial results of medicines, I cheerfully offer mine
to the public in behalf of DR. WM. EVANS'S
CAMOMILE PILL& I have been afflicted fie
the last tea rata with distress b the head and
plash often so bad as tb deprive me asleep fie
three or four night, in summon, but have never
(bond relief by any of my friends' prescriptions,
wail my wife saws the advertisments in the paper,
when she persuaded me to send for some, which
and obtained two boxes and bottles, which
resulted in aim, completely reliving sus to
health; although I base not yet entirely finished
them. Should you consider 'this any benefit to
yourself, or the public, youre my cheerful ptir.
mission to publish lit. Yon . realientftd l .l.
THOS. 'K. GOO HUE, Cent shat.
aNTERESTING, CASE Cured by Dr. Wes:
Evans'it Camo mile ?bait sad Family Aperi
eat Fitt.—Mr. BENJAMIWBOWN, corner of
Shipped and Georges streets, Philadelphia, affect
et for seven years; with extreme nervousness, by
which he was not labia to write Dia name—his
symptoms were, eras:salon, daily spasmodic pains
in the bead, loss tif appetite, palpitation of the
heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, utter ina
bility of engagingAn any thing that demanded
vigor or courage,; sickness and weakness ex
tame debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure
and weight at the stomach after eating, great
mental despondency, severe flying pains in the
cheat back and, side, costiveness, a dislike for
society and conversation. Mr. B. has made trial
of various medicines now before the public, but
to no effeet t until, observing. in a public par,
some cures performed by Br . William Evans 's
Camomile Tonic aid 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 shrive distressing disease.
g) - Persons who doubt the abase cure, are most
respectfully directed to the 'Dote mentioned per
son, at the northArest corner of Elhippan and
Georges streets. ' BENJAMIN BOWN. .
Philadelphia October 26,1837.
LIVER CORMS INT,IO YEARS STAND.
Mrs. Hannah Bretons, wife of Joseph Browne,
N. 6th street, near Second, Williamsburg, afflict
ed for the last-ten years with the Liver complaint,
completely restored 'to health through the treat
ment of Dr. Wm. Evans. Symptoms—Habitual
constipation of the bowels, toul loss of appetite,
excruciating pain of the epigasti is region, great
depression of spirits, languor and other symptoms
of extreme debility, disturbed Sleep, inordinate
flow of the menses, pain in the right aide, could
not lie on her left side without an aggravation
of the pain, urine-high colored, with other synip
loins indicating great derangement In the funs
time of the liver.
Mrs. Browne was:attended by three of the first
physicians, but received but little relief from their
medicine, till Mr. Browne procured some of Dr.
Wm. Evans's invaleable preparations, Which ef
fectually relieved her of the above distressing
symptoms, with others, Which it is not essential
to intimate. ' JOSEPH BROWNE.
City and County of New York, as.
Joseph Browne, of,Williamsburg, Long Island,
being duly sworn, did depose and say that the
facts as set forth inthe within statement, to which
he has subscribed his name, are just and true.
JOSEF BROW NE.
Husband of the said Hannah Browne.
Sworn before me this 4th day of January. 1831.
PETER PIN KN EY, Com. of Deeds
INTERESTING CASE of reoboestor Cos.
sumptioa.—Mr. John Ruseel applied on the Ist
day of September at the office 100 Chatham
street,laboring under the figlowmit symptoonc—
A alight spitting of blood, distressing cough. at
tended with an expectoration of purulent matter,
night sweats, general emaciation, difficulty of
breathing on exertion, with a well mat ked hectic
Elijah on the cheek. On examinatlbn, the Chest
was found to sound well every where except un
der the left clavicle, .and in the arm pit of Rib
llsetinest.—Directed to4ake the restorative
Camomile Pills, with the expectorating com
pound. at the same time an injunction. to call in .
four days; when the night sweats had ceased, the'
expectoration slightly diminished, am light fit of
coughing still remaining in the.morning. Or
dered as usual to continue the medicine, and to
call in the course of' week—wien his health
continued rapidly increasing, without the least
cough. Called at the office on the 4th of this
mouth, quite convaleticent returning his sincere
thanks for the benefit. he had obtained.
The above patient chiefly need calk regimes
daritg his treatment. •
ASTHMA THREE YEARS STANDING,
Mr. Robert Munroe, Schuylkill, afflicted with
the above distressing malady. Symptoms—great
languor, flatulency, disturbed rest, nervous bad
ache, difficulty of breathing, tightness and stri a
Lure scram the brean, dizziness, nervous 'trite.
bait' , and restlessness, could not lie in a hurl
iontal position, withciut the sensation of impend
ing sufrocation, palpitation of the heart, distress
Ing cough, cintivcsese. pain of the stomach, drow
siness, great debilityand deficiency of the nerv
ous energy. Mr. H, Monroe gyre up every
thought o f recovery and dire despair sat on the
Countenance of mil person interested in his
existenc e or happiness, till by accident he noticed
in a public paper genie cures effected by Pr. Win.
Evan's medicine, inihis complamf, which indu
ced him to porebase 1 package of the Lai, which
resulted in completely removing every symptom
of his disease. He wishes to say his :satire hit
this declaration uu, that those afflicted with the
same or any
. sympionis similar to these from
which he is happily restored. may likewise:el:Ave
the same inestimable benefit.
COMIII.AnTY SIR YEARS
1141J3. SARAH BRKIIHISER, las of Mr
Amos Brenhisto; corner of Second' street and
Germantown Road, Ebitadslphiaralliteted fog the
last six years With the Liter Complaint, was
.completely restored to health by Dr. WM. R.
VANS'S Camomile Tong and rannly Aperient
Pills. liersymptoini were habitual costiventess,
excniciatmg pain tn;the stotosek'deptitasiait of
spirits, ' attrente debility, dietorbid sleep
great pain in ber side, could collie Lon bet left
side withaai an alitiaTatiaa or Vaal. &Wow in
the head, dimness alight, with Mkt emplane
indicating great damn t in the ROAM= of
th e Li ver . Mrs. •• tier has made trial of Ta
rim's:medicines vow fore the tiliblith bit rs.
calved no relief ant she was eddied to make
trial of Dr . Evans% jls4 &Stehle); she is happy
to data that they 1104041 y relieved her of the
o w es di s t ram i n g symptoms, with others. width'
are not essential to intimate.
Bresiiiser. of tbs sabove Mn
Snobbier. _bad been tivo yens dined with a
distressed eats pins and Conivelion. of which
be wastebneally awed.
paled cury fleeted !y the urotooent .f Do
. Mr. John Gibson, of 1 . 4.40 _Weil. Miklos
burg, tainted with the-shoes complaint for three
years and nine mociths„.during • whthh time he
had to use conches. His chili symptoma were
iiseruciatimr pain in all his joints, but especially
to the hips, shoulder, knees and ankles, en ag
gravation of the mina inwards night; and for the
nu* part an tunes from estetnal heat, an obvi
emithickening uf the fascia and ligaments, with
a complete-loss oftonscolac power. Fur the ben
efit of those afflicted in • similar manner, Mr.
Gibed' coneeives it meet to sly that the pains
have entirely ceased, and that his joints have
e-ompletely recovered their nattiral tone, and he
feels able to resume his ordinoy business.
DYSPEPSIA & HYPOCHOSDR I ACISIII.
Mrs: Anne G. Kenny, No. 115 Louis street,
bet Ween Stanton and Houston streets, afflicted
fot ten years with the following distresidny eymp.
Acid eructation, daily spasmodic pains in the
bead, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, gid
diness and dimness of sight, could not lie on her
right side, .disturbed rest, utter inability of en
gating in any thing that demanded vigor or
courage, sometimes a visionary Idea of b D aggra
vation of her disease, a whimsical aversion to
particular, persons and places, groundless appre
hebsions of personal danger and poverty, an irk•
soMeness and weariness of lite, discontented, dis.
quietude on every slight occasion, she conceived
obi could neither die nor live, the wept. lamented
desponded, and thought she led a most: miserable
life, never was one so bad, vath frequent mental
hallucinations. Mrs. Keni.jr had the advice of
several,eminent physicians, and had recourse to
'numerous medicines, but could not obtain even a
temporary alleviation of her distressing state, till
her husband persuaded :ler to? make trial of my
mode of treatment. She is now quite relieved,
and finds herself nut only capable of attending to
her. domestic vffairs, but avows that she enjoy. as
good health at present as she did at any _ period
of her existence. J . KENNY
Hosband.sof the aforesaid Anne Kenny.
Sworn .before me this 44th day of Dec. 1836.
Peter Pinckne', Com. of. Deeds
ASTHMA. 5 YEARS STANDING.
Mr. Charles Flotipt, No. 122 Orange street, N.
Y. afflicted for five years With humeral habitual
Asthma, applied at tke office 100 Chatham street
on the 4t'i of October, laboring under the follow
ing symptoms. A sense of tightness across the
chest, with the greatest difficulty of breathing,
distilessing cough, generally ending with copious
expectoration of viscid phlegm, disturbed rest.
the face turbid and of a livid hue—could not he
in a horizontal position without the sensation of
immediate suffocation, languor, drowsiness, and
dizziness in the head, and loss of appetite.
Mr. H. applied to the most eminent physicians
in this city, likewise used several other rernedre.
without obtaining any permanent benefit, until
his friend." pensusded him to place ht.nself under
Dr. William Evans' treatment. He is now re
lieved of his complaint, and called at the office
yesterday, avowing that he had not wends to ex
press his gratitude for the benefit he had receiv
ed. October 21, 1837.
We do hereby ,subscribe oor signatures to the
troth.olithe above cures, that the statement is in
every respect true. SARAH BRENHISER
JOHN STEIF, Baker,
No. 17 north Eighth street, Phtlade.
Philadelphia, Oct. 21st, 1837.
Dr. WM. EVANS•S Medical Office, for the
sale of his excellent Medicine, Is at N 0.19, north
Eighth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by J. T.WERNER.
Sole Agtmt for Schnyikill County
A t it appears, that because Mr. Crane obtained
no patent fbt smelting Iron Ore with An.
thtacite Coal in this country, many suppose that
they are now at liberty to adopt the method of
smelting Iron ore with Anthracite by the use of
a heated air Watt altlibugh 1 gave notice last
year that I had a patent for smelting Iron Ore
With Anthracite Coal, both by the use of a cold
atmdapheric and a heated air blast, I would now
inform the ptiblie again; that on the 14th of Jan
eery, 1838, I received a letter from the Commis.
@loner of Patents at Washington; statingt "Sir,
upon examining the ease of Mr . Crane's applica
tion for a patent fbr Smelting iron by means of
Anthracite, I have viewed his claim as interfering
with your patent of Dec, 1833, and have given
notice to his attorney of this decision." Every
attem to smelt Iron ore with anthracite by the
use of a pt
heated air blast, is in infringement upon
my patent, against which I caution and warn
all men; as 1 shall prosecute every one infiinging
upon my right', according to law. And I far
ther offer to dispose of patent rights for the erect
ing of furnaces, according to my' patent, upon
very Moderate tetms.
FREDERICK W. GEISSENHAINER.
New York. May 16, 1838. 37-1 y
Proposals, for Coal.
WJALED Proposals addressed to the subscri.'
her, will be received at "Philadelphia Alms
House; Blockley," until the 13th June next, fur
supplying the institution with Fifteen hundred
tensor white and red ash coal,. free from dust,
slate Or any impurity, to be delivered at the Alms
Rome wharf, on the west side of the -river
by. the Ist day ofOctober next.
WILLIAM S. STOCKTON, Steward.
, Applicants will endorse their communietticma
"Proposals for Coal."
Philadelphia, May 16
Coal Merchants, Land Proprieteri
and others, are respectfully in
formed' i by
COQ Engineer, Land Surveyor,
►rIIAT he has commenced a permanent real
donna in PoUsiille, and is prepared to receive
end 'satisfactorily execute all business with winch
he may, be favored.
IL B. ie determined to confine his practice to
Pattaltihs and he vicinity, which arrangement
will enable him poncluallv to. attend to those
gentlemen engaged hi mining, who may employ
Mips handsomely finished, and Architectural
Designs famished in every style.
PetrusAvania Hall, A ritfikll33& 31—gmo
-lattetAirlines, Ake. &c.
jr4HATEAI4 LAFITTE. Medealand F4..15d6
va an, Vintage 10254 asadted and form& at ra
don:6o*Am% by MILLER & HAGGERTY.
Vitt s 2ll l, PRINIELL: jost . pldb y lialred and for
28 22 BANNAN.
i : lOR 'OL ':IIRANDY, received and
' forisale by N. NATBANS *. Co.
epril, 14 25
- ' Philip Hoek
WasPEcTILLY announces to his Irked s
and the - p is in general, that he has again
mattneneed the Coach-Slaking Businets - irsNor
wegum Street, three doors Wow the Amdahl.
the borough of Pottsville, where he le ready .to
manufacture to order all kinds of tehielecat s t ite
shortest notice ' of the best materials, aridlitilfe
lowest rates. Behan alioon hand, ready. made, •
&roaches,- Carryall', Pidetpos, Cletddaess
Coaebees, Buggies, &e. which he intiterthe pOs.
help call and examine for themselves. The sr:
tides are all manufactured under his peiliatO' r
inspection,, and he will warrant them tolotteseal
to any manufactured elsewhere. •
' Repairs 3f every description done at the altot:t ! ,
eat notice, and on the most reasonable terms.
• N. Q. Coal taken in p-yment for vehicles.' 1
aprillA 29 are
For the instantaneeue cure of
THE TOOXH ACHE; - 1 ,"
Discovered and brought-to its greatest perketion
BY MONSIEUR CHABERT....' - a
This is to certify that I have tried youelliptir -
as Elixir in several cases of Tooth Ache, in whleb'
I have certainly found it of very great services. •
3. B. HARVEY. -
Member of the Royal Collegeof Surgeon,. • .
London, Sept. 10,1830.
A friend stepped in to say that he had visited
the Fire King this morning, and witnessed•hic .
marvellous cure of the Tooth Ache. One little
boy in particular, who looked cross enough tot* .
a ten penny nail clear off, in ten minutes smiled
at the decayed tooth and defied its pain.—t.t..
. A fresh supply of the above Elixir just **iv
ed and. for sale by B. HANNAN: • -
Sole Agent for Schuylkillcountf
Musical .Instruments. •
Flll3E:subscriber has just received and offers
for sale "
4 keyed Oerman Flutes, plain,
Violin Bridges, Pius, Strings and Bow-barr.
Violin Bows—extra finish.
He respectfully invites the public to call and
examine his stock.
may 5, 1838
Port Clinton Foundry
WILL be sold at private sale, the Foundry
pleasantly situated at Fort Clinton, SchttyL.
kill county, on very reasonable terms. Tbie
Foundry is at the commencement of 'the Little
Schuylkill and Susquehanna ,(jail Road, now
making, and will in a short time be one of the
Seat situations in the country to do a large busi.
ness For terms, &c. apply to
PARE & TIERS:
or ISAAC MYERS . ;
• CALL AT Tfig
Corner of Centre and Market. StreetsPottovilki
VHE subscribers respectfully announce to
AL their friends and the public generally, that
they hive taken the store formeriy occupied by
Jacob full & • Co., corner of Centre and Market
streets., where they are now provided withaiboint
• Dry Goods,
. Groceries, - .
- s Liquors, 411;c: ~
which they are determined inset! at the very lo*:'
eat prices. HAZZARD & STRAUCH.
N. B. All kinds of Country Produce taken at
the highest market prices..
April I 2--8'
The Family .Coneneesetatiy:
THE HOLY BIBLE.
FROM the works of Henry and Scott, and
above one hundred other writers, Putdiabed
in London by•the Religious Tract Society,.:*tis•
ed and abridged in two volumes, with , Maps and
Engravings. This valuable work is published in
parts, as 25 cents each. Twelve parts are already
completed, and cart be obtained at the subscribers
Book Store where subscriptions will also be no
celved. - B. BANNAN:
junel24 • 41
Boats for Sale.
FOUR good new Schuylkill Boats, /milt of oat.
-oral growth timbers, and,terms reasonable:
Apply to SAM`L. BARTZ.
march 24 • 22
Catholic Hooka .
• Key to Paradise,
Donny Bible ,
Poor Man's Catechism and
Jost received and for sale by B. BANNAN.
• Wetherill & lirother,
AT THE OLD STAND
No. 65 NORTH FRONT STREET,
rilltSK POOPUI MOM TIIE CORIUM or McH Si:
MANUFACTURERS F -
Witte pead dry and / Calomel,
ground in Oil, $ Red Precipt,
Red Lead, White do • ..
Litharge .. Vitriol Alb. • •• : .
Chronic Yellow, " Skip. Quinine. .
do Green ' Tart. &male •• .
do ' Red Ether Ralph. - • -
Patent Yellow' do Nitric
Sager Lead. . do . Acetic '•
Copperas ' ' ' Lunar Cultic* • '
01. Vitriol Com. do.
Aq. Fortis* ' Item Morphia •
Moriatic Kaid • - Ralph. do • • .
Epsonalakit ! Lao. Sulphur . ..- , r
Tart, Acid 1 Opi. de Naroov • - 4 -
Stip.Cub. Soda ' ' Kerosine Mineral - .
Cerro., Sub. Mere: ' &Mope do.
Refiners ofClaunpeor,' Sal Niirmßrimakine,absurS.
&c. Offer for male the shore meedaltai.articlesioW -
gather -with a general. assortment Of ,', Dmemp ; ;
en d Dye 606., and every other argelein. A:bensA
cal-and Medicinal line. u ' 4. 1 - ... ez , i ttit•
Beingmannfacturers of allthe maid ''' '''. • ~,,
underthe above head, they plaftetheimd_ - )I . ll4kLi .
plytbeir friends and the publican tlut - i , .m,mgatut•r•„
Me terms. , , ....4,1,,i, - ...,..‹ i .
Window and Picture Glom from ill; toMr3kL - l'
Oct SI 18314, '-' -4*l'''?
JOHN S. C. MARTIN,: