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"Waking up :71 wrong Pas-.
spng • Or"'
troy TH)C • '', SOIIILKIL.
Mr. Bannon: In h. so called f," Voice
of the People, * of th. ' ih
s inst., I perceive
that at a loco loco P. teir meeting, held on
the sth inst. at the.. oae of E. O'Connor,
in the borough of Potteville, my'fiame has
'been made use„of as a i delegate to attend
the Porter Conveittion,; at Harrisburg, on
the 4th of July next;,-,leg leave through
the medium of your pier to decline the
honor conferred on me j and oould hereby
make known, that
.I ltn not willing to
serve in supporting tke Federal, Loco
Foco, Shin-plaster candidate, D. R. Por
ter, ut shall do all in my power honestly
to promote the re-eleetion of the Demo
retie candidate JOSEP H
cause I find in him the , friend of the pen.
ple, add -champion of 'heir rights and
interests, and the_ uncompromising oppo.
neat of aristocrat i c coal companies.
J 8 OB KLINE:
Minerseilk, June '14,11838.
Fo r me imizas , 0u.N....:
Mr. Bannon: We ham§ learned that the
Porter men, at their-meeting held in Potts•
vale. on the sth inst. havb usbd our names
without our consent, as !delegates to the
Young Men's Convention, to be held at
Harrisburg, on the 4th . clf July next; and
as we do not wish to be!suspected of ap
proving of the destructive measures of that
party, we beg leave, ihrugh the medium
of your paper, to decline the tumor inten
ded, as we are fully deteirmined to go for
Pennsylvania interests,i iVhich we believe
can only be accomplished by aiding the
re-election of our preseni Farmer Gover
nor JOSEPH WNW
PETER . MILLER.
FOR Till AHURA'S JOURNAL.
Mr. Bdnnan: Your juvenile but cour
teous correspondent, STEPuarr STRIPLING,
jr. need entertain no fearspbout provoking
discussion in the matter to which lie al
ludes, in the Journal of Saturday last.—
Indeed, my disposition so pacific, that
it was quite winecessary , for him to note
his own redundancy in that respect; but,
apart from this consideration, there is yet
another which would have operated as an
effectual bar.to collision, viz. great dispa
rity in years. Usually, : as lie will per
ceive, Ott affinities in such cases ate dubi.
OW enough to deter provident folks from
entering into hasty cotilieCtions of the sort;
and, accordingly, I beg leave to assure
him of my entire donturrnce in his posi
tion relative to the preseilvation of peace.
" We had terrible wars in Flanders, and
all for the want of a little' foresight," said
uncle Toby; and, therefore, if it meets the
approbation of Stephen, We will defer any
farther movements twill he shall have
grown somewhat older, dr myself a good
deal. younger. X. Y.
A letter written from Ildtchigaa gives
dreadful accounts of the doings-of-the last
Van Buren- Legislature of that State, in
swindling ti . te farmers not or their lands; and
winds up by stating that the people now
have their eyes open, and will at the next
election hurl the party from power in that
State, by a line majority. Both the
member of Congress, add United States
Senator ; to be elected, may be set down
as Whigs. • i
Conferees of Lehigh.+At the Demo.
cratic Harrison and Rimer meeting, held
on Saturday, June 2d, at the house of Mr.
Doiney, in South Whitehall, the i following
gentlemen were nominated as Conferees
for this county to meet the Conferees of
Schuylkill, at the time and plaCe to be de
termined upon, for the purpose of nomina
ting a candidate (hi' Confess, viz :
Major Joust Stem, fof !Heidelberg.
DAVID G EHNEN, Upper Milford.
Captain JOHN F. Rim*, Allentown.
JOSEPH MOREY, tippet &WORM
Grozoz Yinfor, South Whitehall.
JOHN Bitorto; Salzburg.
JONAS SIEBERI t ING, Es. Lynn. •
Le igh Journal.
FROM WAS 1
Correspondence of the . erild & Sentinel;
WAOHI • oxl, June 11, 1838.
The House was occopi doting a considerable
part of the day with the ill! for removing the
walla of the Treasury building; and the question
being un agreeing with the ;committee of the
whole in Uteri amendments, providing for the
erection of a plain fire proof building on the pres
ent site, in a style coriespooding•with the other
Departments. &Jimiting thee:pence to 8150,000.
Mr. Vtise said he did not care any thing
whether the building came Aiwa or remained.
But if another brick building! were erected or
was now proposed, it would net be fire.proof:—
He thought it to allow the building to re
main at least for the few days of the existence of
this Administration. He thotight it should be
allowed to stand as a monument of their glorious
doings. It was begun under! the auspices of
Jackson—it was in truth, ...
~ • "The House that Jack 'silt."
But he would like to. know wh t had become of
That lay in the House tba Jack built ?"
He would also eery math like to know where i l
are the rats .
, . "That sat the malt .
' That lay in the Housef i at Jack built."
A long and desultory debate !avow. at the end
Of which, the motion to lay t e who
i l im
on the table was renewed and ailed.
Mr•-Preetissof Minessippi. strodutted today
a resolution setting &rib thatj . Caeiress bus so
right to interfere .with the lawal of dm staterix
mg the time 4' place of eleetionl; ik that the ma
oluti •-• by whie • the' r-71 • • EleisthWi r or
Noe tote' l iillahfib
.I'4So be . illicind;
ed.. lit liei over poi day sad-oraerad beleiek
Mr. Cay'atepinien of eijairrnier Corinna ie
expo:nett witr joharaetenette frankness-in the
following renter ,made lathe/Wats an Thom
Cori&in does • ot, in my opinion, now truly
represent the feel op or wishes at the country.—
I think we bad- better go boom I wish you
would Mr. Presi • et adjourn Els. I will go with
you as nigh to tb Great Grussinp as Ashland is.
We ire doing n. good here. If we will all go
home, and pto ork, the products of our labor
would contribute •• ore to the relief ut oar coun
try than any legi !Won emanating from us, aitu,
ated as we are, is likely to do. I beg pardon.—
One good thing h been clone. I congratulate
you and the coon ry upon tbe repeal, Athol, of
the odious Trees , ry Circular.
It is the twit ckward,uswernient, and I hope
will be followed .yotheni, towards a return to
that high state of prosperity , which we enjoyed
at the commence,. ant of a succession of disas
trous experiments hut I expect no other good
measure to be ado. ed at this amnion. Our mis
fortune is that w. here, stay months together,
seperated and in • ated from the People. We
get into an atmos 'here that is not common to
the country—an official, Executive patronage,
Sub-Treasury at °sphere. Let us, Mr. Pool.
dent, go home, an among the People once more
breathe some fresh and pore air. Our continu
ance here creates apprehensions in the country.
termination of the session would now be the
greatest rebel which we cin give .o the country.
Why does the Senator iron] Alabama suffer his
resolution, fixing ■ day of adjournment, to he
upon the table T I hope hb will call it up. Let
.us pass hand go h.mo.
The •nnunciatio made a few days ago by the
chair man of the committee on Ways and Means.
of Iris determination to eel! up the Sub Treasury
Jtill which' has been lying on the table of the
House of Rekesentatives, followed by assertions
in various quarters that the bill would pass the
House—has elicited from the editor of the Mad
isonian the following interesting statement in
reference to the tentsmenta of the members of the
HOuse on the subject. He says—
"We have lelt it our dull to make' diligent in
quiry, and to ascertain the facts, and give the
public accurate information on the subject.
"We ceo assure the public, that if those Re
presentatives who 4re knora tb be opposed to the
scheme, but do their duty; by being on the spot
to record their votes when the question comes
ap, the: e is no chance whafever of its passing the
House in'any shape.
"The House is =impaled of 242 members.—
The folldwing is - the state of that bony on the
Sub-Treasury question. r
New Hampshire,- i 5
Massachusetts, ;, I
Connecticut, i 6
New York, 29
Penney 'yenta, 17
Maryland, . 3
North Carolina, : 7
South Cambria, !
Alabama, I 3
31ississippl. ' i
Against, - i 119
Alabama, vacancy; (Lairleutlead.) 1
Maine, do (Sniiiti absent,) 1
Louisiana, do (Ripley, absent.) 1
Georgia,. nautili!, . : 1
Tennessee, Speaker, 1 1
In the above lief, every doubtful vote of both
political parties is connected for the StilsTreasti
ry. Of t hese there are eight; five of whom arid's.
nominated Calhoun Whip, two originally Con
servatives, and one uncertain. It is generally
understood, that four five, of the eight, have
very recently declares their intention to vote a
gainst the bill, which will have a double opera
:son, by decreasing one lids and increasing the
other. Then, it is said, the member from Geor
gia will vote against the bill, if . ..necessary to de
feat it, which is not probable. Besides, there are
two members whose votei have beta counted b
m ong those in favor of the scheme, who have
gone home; and. from the state of their health,
it is hardly possible thatithey will be able to re.
turn. t •
We believe "that from light to twelve will be
found against the scheme in any shape, whenev
er the vote shall be tiken,.'
We have felt it • doty,l i ere owe the public, to
enter into and give theselditails for the purpose
of quieting its tears and tranquilizing its mind.
It seems, from the foll Owing, that our neigh
bours of the PenntyleaniO and Amplean Senti
nel, have determined, for} he future. to be more
chary in giving publicitylto proceedings got up
in a corner, and in milny instances intended
rather to give notoriety tO the names of certain
individuals, than to admotage any cionsiderable
portion of the public :—Pfrits. Eviller.
• ' a NOTICE.
TO ALL WHOM ITIMAY CTERN.
Al!calls . an& proceedin4s of puliti I meetings
held in the city and county of' Philad Iphia, to be
iiiscrted in Oil Pennsylianian and American
Sentinel, an d all printing,lintst be pa for at the
time of ordering the same, :or ebarg i to - soma
responsible individual, and in no instance here
allecwill the ottdersigneditolik to any committee
or associatioit fOr payman4 but bold individuals
since reaponaitile.• • il__ •
, • MEM ! IN & PARRY,
May 28, ISO& PEER HAY &Co.
The " NeW Era," I. •loco Coco organ,
of this morel g
says: 1 Here is a new trea
sury circuits as irid ly . restienve 'Moo
every branch of the bile revenue as the
specie circular or Gentr y Jackson.r These
men glory in, their ruinous and sl eve
acts; and; like -Alms kepleting timorous
origami on. the seaffold;:ithey kic ce Abair_
shoes maw the. VOW* sod tillimahbors
and enshrined at last. +N. Y.' Mar.
Very Good.—We take the following ,
from the Augusta Georgia Press: •
Nor AT Bows I=We learn that one of
our witty fellow citizens, on being recently
thrown into prison for debt, hung out*
board from his window with this inserip
lion, i!terbere liberty dwells, there is my
costeti-y." , •
flnn. WUXI' P. Maiming. fate of the United
States Senate. is a candidate for the House of
Commune of North Carolina. •
Mary.—Miss tifitfind, a lady of good
sense and excellent taste, says, that her
most favourite name is NWT—a name
which is as common as a white violet,
and one that has something indestructibly
sweet and simple, and fit for all wear, high
or low; suits the cottage or the palace, the
garden or the field, the pretty or the ugly,
the old or the young.
U More money was stpliedered. during the
first yea, onion Rouen's reign. than waa expend.
ed during the yearlfill Cs — when we were at war with
England! Can there be stronger evidence of the
profusinn and profligacy of our rulers I—Alban,
Shipments of Coal for the week, endice on
-Thursday evening last : .
Stripped by Boats. 7ons.
Delaware ,Coal Co 62 2836
George H. Potts, • lB 1027
N A Coal Co 17 930
J Bull & Co 11 592
A Steinberger • 11 ' 597
Charles Lawton 10 574
S B Reeve &Co • 30 550
Bell . 4 Bolton 4'lo 524
P E Hamm & Co 8 415
Milnes & Spencer 7 ' 401
Bennett & Taylor 7 ' 389.
Sillvman & Nice 6 337
Hodgson & West 6 331 -
..a • . 332
C M HiUs 325
S Brooke . 6 300
Potts & Barman *:0 5 279
TC Williams dr Co 4 234
Charles Shippen 4 224
Palmer dr. Garrigues 4 215
R Rear 4 223
Hewes. Baber 4. Cu. p 3 : 171
R Woodside 3 ' 169
L. Chapman . 3 , 168
S Heilner & Son 3 161 i
Davis & Olwine 3 162'
A Lawton 3 164 '
R. G. Lelar 3 - - 159
T& J Beatty . 2 1. 110
Neligh &Co 2 - 113
L C Dougherty 2 110
M Weaver 2. 100
Sundry Shippers 26 '• 1305
irr It may be well to remark that of the above
quantity of Coal shipped, about 25,000 tone were
destined for the linb ot the canal. Up to the 6th
inst. only 26,858 tons bad reached the Philadel
phia• market. Iris believed that the quantity of
Coal required for the line of the Canal, this year,
will not fall far short of 40.000 tons.
Shipment* of Coal from thioregion, op to JUDO
4th, 1837-123,563 toms. Quantity shipped in
It will beobserveil that if the shipments of Coal
for the balance alb, mason avenger 70,000 tone
per month, which is nearly 18.000 per week, the
supply will fall short of the shipments last year
from this region, about 100,000 tone.
The following is the trotiont of Coal transported
on this Bail Road, firr the week ending on
Thursday evening last: 3563 tons
per last report 4351
NATEAN - CLRAT'ER. Collector.
The following is the amount of Coil transported
on this read for the.week ending on Wednesday
evening NIS Om
Per kon Rem 11783
- Tagil 13999
.2.4 pa riama t a - •
--. • - _ _ _ _-_
• - •
1-77 114 it
A GetirtfiCtisieeily. , ==We tier* favored
yesterdartiilltireigbrof ti most ,inagnifi.
cent : hit, - now making , in this city, at the
establiibment of the celebrated King,
intended u a preterit 'to the gamin Vida
Oa.. It 'be.rriade Of the finest braid
Over Seen in the - tailed states; to be put
together by American joung ladies, and
sent to the young queen as it speeimen of,
*hat the talent, enterprise, and ingenuity
of this country can effect. It will indeed
be a most superb affair. When finished,
it will be placed upon a bust taken from a
model of the queen' s head, with 'the fea•
tures resembling'herta; then inclosed in a
glass case; the whole put into a wooden
case, and, swinging frame, 2nd shipped on
board the Great Western, on her neat pas
sage out.—iV. Y. Herald.
The charter. often banks were repealed at the
eat etallloll or the Mansachtwetta Legislature.
Schuylkill Coal Trade.
Per last report,
ROTTNT CARBON RAIL ROAD.
RILL CREEK RAIL ROAD.
GEO. HADESTY. Collector.
Ir. 11) IT , 11
For the week setting as the 7th tette=
99 • 4409
07 3475 S
_ _-- t...:.1.~:_
The foihmonif thaiiviabit'orCual traaeirsted
so thin f ail .Road foe thi soteah eeding on
Thureday, evening Task -
27765 6217 too*
Pee laitßeport •
e Tsta i ROBERT C. RIM.=
I SCRVYLRILL VALLEY RAILROAD.
The following u the amount of Coal — transported
on tide Rued for tbe week ending en iieterdey
evening last. • 2075 tons
Per last report,
WHEAT FLOUR. by the load Wa wo rth on Fri
day. 7 50. 1
WHEAT 110 per pusbel. iv demand.
RYE FLOUR Y 25 per cert. in demand,
BUCKWHEAT FLOURY 50 per cwt.in demand .
RYE, by the load SD emus by the bushel—ready
RYE CHOP • 80 cents pegbashelin demand.
OATS 18 ceatte—ready sale.
POTATO 40 cents per bushel in demand.
cents bushel in d
CLOVER St EII- per
44 50 per bush emand. el.
TIMOTHYASEED—S2 00 per bushel.
FLAXBREO-41 12" per bushel indemand. •
WHISKEY'-4Y eents per gallon.
BUTTER.-14 cents per pound—hiltage 12 cents
.EGGS—I 4 cents per dome.
LA RD--10 cents per pound.
TALLOW—i 2 cents per pound.
HA MS lents per pourd.
CORN CII PBO cents per bushel in demand.
BACON-1 cent, per pound.
BEESWAX--18 cents per pound.
FEATHERS-6Y cents per pound.
COMMON WOOL-40 cents per pound
MACKEREL. by the bbl. No 1. $l4OO r 2411
SALT-4 644 pet bbl 4 87 per bushel.
PI ASTER . is worth $7 00 per, ton.
11A Y $lB per toe.
Notice to Architects.
AA PREfiIIDM of Forty Dollars will be paid
for the blit design or Plan of a Town Hall,
to be erected pn the property recently purchased
by the 'Commiiiiiunena for said purpose. Said
Plans most be furnished to either of the subscri
bers on or befOre the 21st inst. For particulars
as to the size I' the boildtag, apply to either of
' CHARLES ELLET,
• ANDREW B. WHITE,
GEO C. WYNICOOP,
SAM VEL J. POTTS.
N. B. Teo dollars will bi paid for the second
beat dews n.
Pottsville, Jolts 8,1838.
TS hereby gieen,_thit the subscribers have pur.
chased a GREY HORSE, sold at Constable's
Sale at Port Ciirtton by Olewine & Robioson, be.
ing the property of William &shanty. The pur
chasers have hired the Horse to William Bellamy,
to m4ke a tripmn the canal to Philadelphia. This
is therefore to caution the public against seizing
said Horse, as be is oor Property.
• JACOB LONG, •
TOBIAS 1 W INTERSTEIN.
Port Carbon, June 16 46-3*
Infer r ,. • ' - on Wanted
O F PETER 'FAR RELY. who le ft his brother
on the morning of the I3th Jane, inst. while
in Pottsville, since which he has not been heard
from. Said Narrelly is occasionally delirienui.
He Sad on a Chip Hat, a sniped Cotton Raß d,
about, and Mon pantaloons with • patch on'ime
knee—also slightly Marked ,With the small pox.
Any information relative to t he above person will
be thankfully ieceived by
• Jane 16 46-3°
PRoposAt3 will be received by the Cum.
missionary` of SchuylkillCoanty at their of
rice in the borough or Orwigaborg, on Monday
the 301 h of July, 16313, for buiidicg a one arched
Bridge scram the river &balk ill, at Middleporr,
with two atone abutments. The Bridge to be
roofed and weather-boarded, and will be 50 feet
long; Boor to tm, .10 feet above low water mark--
the passage to be 16 feet wide and 12 feet high.
Tu be constrocied upon the plan of the Schuyl
kill Haven Bridge
CALL AND SEE!!
JUST RECTVED a splendid assortment of
par Spring an Summer Goods,- consisting' in
Li Ivor., Ake.
which I am pr pared to sell cheaper than ever
offered in this erica tar cash, or iO.. exchange
country produce, at the higbeit rnal.ket price.
J. C. liCtilltN.
5000 LiBS. BACON, just received and
6ir, saht by the subscriber.
J. C. KERN.
• Wanted Immediately,
GIRL wlt i eon come well reamtmended,
and who demands Cooking. to ao the
housework ota ' .mall family of three persons, in
this Borough. !Apply at tins Wine.
To 'ir, oal Dealer,.
WALED I 4
P male will be received by the
subscriber t his: Cdonting Room. on Land •
ing street. a Fairmount' Water Works, un
til the 10th da of Jane, at 8 o'clock P.M. for
letting from that date until the Ist day of-March.
1839, all that Politic Landing. belonging to the
District of Sprilig Garden. ,known, as the Fair
mount St. Landing. and sitteated on ,Callowhill
street, near the Upper Ferry Bridge.. The mem
being in every respect' well calculated for 1M:
shipping of Coal. as well ea the retail trade of Ibe
Qty, hiving Copatiag Hone; Seale; Crane. - ke.
attached tbretl. JAMES M DOLTON.
Chairman of Landing Committee,
i Dietnet of Spring etude!".
Pbiladeljobie.l.Tune 2. 1838. • •
AN 'in siditial
' lll4 M ii
11. li. POTTS,Conector
REVIEW OP THEMULAKET.
BENJAMIN MIT, '
AIM. L. BOUGHNER
June 16 46-
Miller A: Haggerty,
WifOLESIAL.B AIM 4E74411. ,
le and, Retail Dry .
_Dry Goods,GroatrzW6e 4. Liqupr ! ,, Stort
sod StOre. • • ( Next dear to Mortimeea Rotel.). i
THEIR connexion with *Wise in Philadelphia,
WEAVER kr...jolt reoaivaa 1 enables them to Impala: hariklA very . eaten,'
e r i e amortoreat of siseamortgoast otlgoodik !kith r -, wall tell It
Soper Mee and Blink , Philadelphia. pr
.11toro and Tavern keeper*
aeloonni liar atila ins: and private wooldi do. indl'to ean and
end . liovorioneontoere hp. *ou r
Feb le 14- aril 111' • 31
~:.,..: :;~:,;~,.E f
. 4r- ims, r
• --ainunsoi l p snow Tsar
ra the stoat 'fee:soak puti*olthe ittood
and Animal Flit* :ha! Ada; ever
• -been diiel:4o.l4. •
follov r ' I s ra lc ati r matly of thl
0 14 " tradk l ant frri toe
•P git rw)_
Louisa Stymies . . cored' olent pain in her head
MS Wes. with much giddies! tai whlch she 'rat
subject for three.yeara.
John Stocker.rebeved fipm :habitual eostiveemin
apd Want of appetite, with - Offstrore breath and bad
Joseph Marlow. cured *fan ulcerated leg and mad;
Israel cured of a breaking out all over Kitt *thole body.
Sarah Jones, cared of pale In her breasts and Wel
much headache and sickness after eating.
William Mowbray, cored of • Rheumatism, and
swelling of his legs and fint..having been stable to
walk any distance for six months past.
Michael J. Hoskins. corm of swelling under his
aims and on his neck. witlj considerable breaking
oat on his body. -
Elitabeth Creamer, cured of swelled breast* pain
in her side. constant disgust to fo..d..and much sick
ness at her stomach.
./effery Cline, tiered of rheumatic pains and swelled
Samson G. Howard. cur4of a tenet and rash. a
breaking out over his body. With some running sores
and ulcers. •
Rev. A. Canby, cured of aq affection of his throat.
soreness and ulceration, which previously affected his
Tile following are some only of the large number of
cures effected in Berko Monneomerj, Schuylkill, Le.
high, Lancaster, and Northampton counties. during
the past three month=
Jones Green. Esq., cured of e seethed° affection,
ulcerated leg, swelled joints and rheenaatic pains.
Adam C. Carpenter, cured of violent pain in his
sides. much costnreoess, bad appetite al d a shortness
Bachel inyder. cured of a difficulty in breithing,
habitual costiveness and violent pains in her herd.
Michael Jones, his two daughters and youngest K n.
cured of a breaking out of dry' and sometimes watery
pimples over their whole bodkin'. attended with great
itching, frequent unpleasant feelings in their heads.
sickness at the stomach. and pains over the heart, &e.
This family was afflicted for years, and never found
relief fmm any medical treatment, or from any medi.
eine., until using Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills and a wash
directed by Dr. Leidy.
tharab Mclntosh. cured of violent pains in her back
and Joins. rheumatirm, awolleil j "iota, dm
Andrew Green, cured of griping pains, loss of ap.
petite, disgdit for food, and habitual costiveness
Adam It. Ginnie, cnred of scaly eruptions and break
ing out. soreness and pain through his bones.
- Dinah Crowley, cured of ringworms and tenet.
Beery C. Roney, Esq. cared of inward fevers,
tonnes' of his mouth, throat and nose, glandular reel.
• George Layman. cored ors memorial affection and
violent rheumatic pains eine head and acmes.
Jonathan Stroud. Isaac Colman and John G. Thom
son, cored of various affectinnp of the head. arive
nese. soar eructations. sickness at the stomach...te.
harsh Jenkins. Mited. am; Tracy Jenkins, cored of
affections of the slim, breaking out, pains in their limb*.
Numerous other instances might be published, hut
to swell the list wo .1d unnecessarily increase the ea.;
penst of publishing them, i
It umstbe plainly seen Boni the fore ;oing, that the
Blood Palls amen ateellent corrective for a disordered
stomach, the - cause of diseases to which the human
system is liable, together with tee i!tspuei9 of the blood
which ezists in all disaises, and in conjunction with
a disordered stomach, very rapidly prostrates the Ivw
These pills do not purge as perwinfhlly as do most
pills of the present day. which produce as stud SKS..
await did eves or the mierrahr. by weakening
the system.destraying t tons and vigor of the body,
and rendering it a prey to constant and universal dis:
else. distressed and bodily suffering) bad aresuld sad
surd and gentle is their °pelvic" and only ineteesing
tie natural discharges s•• sly to awry If revere
ties as shy are wrrwed by their ass, nut rendering
necessary any restraint from occupation or business.
change of living or diet, or even st liability of taking
cold from their use.
The proven for extracting the virtue of the Sarnpa•
rile without orstroying its efficacy. is known only to
P•epared only and sold wholesale and retail at Dr.
Leidra fiealth Emporium, 2nd & below Vine, No.
191.—Also fioldby EL BANNAN,
June 9 44 Pottsville.
Wonderful Cures. •
Him barn reforested in flaw city, and throughout
• the country.
BElNdra concentrated fluid extract of SarsaparUlai,
combined with other vegetable extracts, which en.
dent n as a medicine of great utility in the care of all
dieser aria, from impurities oftbe blird, from im.
prudence in life. and constitutional diseaies formed
or produced by the injudicious use of mercury, tire.
nic, barkror quinine. In short. it is an invaluable rem.
ed= t .
tic Affection. General Debility. Meet
Sores. white Swellings. Diseases of the Liver and
skin. Ulcerated Sore Throat: thee of the Nose. Ca.
ries. or diseases of the Benin; Scrofula, or low. E.
rib Erysipelas. or St. Anthony's Vire..and all unplea.
sant and dangers affections consequent to Syphilis,
Loa Venereal, &o. are.
So effectual has this medicine been in the cure of
various &mare for which it is recommended. that u
in faemperceding ail other preparations of Saraaparil.
la. Panacea: dm.
It is now emphyed by numerous ph*Cians,
has been introduced by then into many impitals,
&varies. Eic throoghouttler United States. .
It is a preparation of greater strength (consequent 4
of greater efficacy) than any other aprict now made,
is Ow much cheaper, being but one Solar per bottl
which is selScient to make one gallon of Syrup
Sarsaparilla. , and is bought bb different &mists fo
Numerous certilattes baseborn* received and po
halted hum tine to time. but in consequence ot t i m i
great expense streodingnerwatutilipublication of
the most incredulous can be convinceffortbe superior
efficacy of Dr Lekife Medlnated Samatianlb.
calling at Dr. Leidy's Health! Einporium." No. ICI.
'teeth Second street. below runs. • sign of the Gold
Eagle and Serpents." ir here certificates and fitment
cue be givento bemired' of humane:ea oftbe mottle;
mkrkable cures ever Performed_ briny medicine.
Sold by B. SANNAN,Pottertila
Jane 9 • a
* Storage. 7 -
Sitlronton hivingitaken the whereto-4
& one - on CalkorhinStreet. opposite J. Etc=ll'a
Tavern. and joining the'one giolgany__ktiourri
Callow billBt. Whirl; and ant an Mrmennt•dant,
joining the one occupied 10 A, Bolton &Ca
foot of Willow Road; are prepared to far
mien Coal. Loather, &e. oe wharfage. and on
oornadrideo. , an utiolle•landed at Fairmount,
an. belmaaPartod brrail road. to the Delaware,
Apply to the subeeribers oq the promises, or at
28800th Wharton, Delawara•
BUNTING, CLARK &. G(}-
`- 'a I'-i
-' ' . - Philli ilotea;
' • eff AC : M 4 , 1. k it-. -
iIIEISPECTntLI 4 I4 annul:mice hills:4o=de'
a-, and the public_ infneral i , thikt, baNie again
elinitiqnced the Coadt.lilakingllttsirps,in-Nor,
wigum Streatithree thxits below the JAreade in
the-borough. of,Pottsville, whereins 'steady to
-manufacture to order all kinds ortehickleat•the
shortest notice, 9f theAbest niateriaKatid'et the
lowest rates. He hee l Iso on hant„,"teidy 'made.:
-.l3proitehes. Carryal l $, Plitehinr,, ; .. axiotces,
Cfachies, Buggies, . which held the•pub
119 to, flatland exam le for theinse --The sr,
tides, are, all manilla on r4ticpersonal
inspection,, and he will warrant thetnlotte.squal
to anrtnarintactured elsewhere. _
Repairs 3ficery deseriptiOn done it 'the short
est notice, anti on the 'most reasonable !eons.
' N. 6.: Coal, taken "ir 4 Plirne 4 il for vehicles. '
skil Iti : '_,. ~.ps Sin
HAMS, Shoulders OM Sides, for sad by the
liogabead, by l'
MILI4ER 4. 11.ACCE127 4 1-:
June 2 - -• : .42.4
. Lemot Syrop.', .
12 CASES Aral quelity Lemon Spopizeeeiv
ed end foe sale by *
may. 26 '4O 1111141. ER & HAGGEirrf.
Viand itvidnes. - •
JIIST received and ror male a aohily'ofilow•
and Tow Linea.
THE Girl's ReadingiSook for Seitoolsi , bY Mrs
Signurney. just received and for Rile by . .
may 9 35
.11. BA 1'
. . ,
Leaden Pipes & Hydrants.
BB4NNAN hes jinn received a lot ofLeads.
•en Pipr, which he will warrant to be of a
superior quality, f, &Ad II inch. Also,Summar
and Winter Flydrantrd constructed of the heat
materials, all of which he will all cheap.
Tine 1,3 i • 45
nice Wino 6 and Liquors.
dr CO. ia •
fl AVE on hand the fhllovring chalet! Winos
and Liquor. whist : , they warrant geimine,
and offer for sale on the Most favorable terms.
50 Baskets Champaigae Wine?. of Key. /tick.
ory. Star, Woudco.3l4 Anchor, Grape anclptlter
10 Baskets Sparkling White Burgundy,?
10 del Old flock:
3 ease. Old Grape Ju ice Port. • -*-
SO do Medoc & St. Julien Claret.
Aligo 7 -11 - few dozen of ine much celebrated: East .
India or Stir Madeika.
Old Brown, Gold and Pale Sherry in bdttlea..
do Madeiravilloscatel 'do .
Corracoa: Perfect Lore. Rase. NaYseas• Annie
sate, Anni.seed Cordial. , do
ON DRAUG(IT. •
Madeira. Pale. Browd & Gold Sherry,. tidies.
Teneriffe._ Mar. 'Medeirs. Malaya , Malmsey.
Dry Malaga,MuseMel and Old Port. '
rhampaigne rawly of the Pjaet „brands. "
C.oinle. Bordeaux & Clarence - Brandy, •
Holland Gino of Pine Apple and fish brands.
Jam. Spirit.. M. Whiskey. N. E. Rum,-
Coin. Gin. Corn Brandy &e.
Tavern keepers fine') the neighboring towns.
are respectfully invited to call.
N. B. Good. delivered to any pert of the be.
roogh or neighboring ,owns free of expenie.-
. may 2" • • . to_
• BOOIiqiiNDERY.. •
BANNAN has i.ommenced a Bonk bind
ery in connect-100 with his Book Store,
where all kinds of Bakke will be, bound at the
sbottest notice at lots rates.,
Blank Hooks dm»
of every description made to order at the lowest
rates—and the trade 'applied wholesale at Mk
JUST received and for palehy the sobitcribeis
a few pieces of Splendid Painted Jacosetw.
together with a choice ittlection of chintze's &It;
for wale by HAZZARD & STRAUCH. •
April 21 30--
Benjamin W. Cumming,
dITTORXE F eilT
H AS removed his Office to Centre Street, op
-P•lmposite the Brick Building of George 3L Joi
ning& where he will intend to all business en
trusted to him in the Bile of his professigin. _
Oct 21 • i- 48-te
Boats (or Sale.
..Fi rn , ( : rei rld . g 2 - r 4 owth terms
Apply o IrAlt mnii- 11241i .:11141.11:
TELSI-1 PRIMERS. jast . • .or
sale wholesale apd retail.by
*mil 28 32 B BANZIAN-=
Faust*, Bibles. dd.,. •
•vAMILY SI 75 to 1111n4
jnak' , Yeceived and lot isle by
.june 13 B. BA AN.`'`
in 4 vols. neatly 14ound in sheeponitmteso, 7
e(lnd fly sale by : •B. Bki,trAlf*. 4
jaw 13. • •
s CELE STIAL
t 4" ' - z_ )
su pply of Dick's Celestial "Scenery.,,
allied and for sale by ! • lkilArmilf. •
June 13 i • 7 - - q ,
. " Candles i_Candleati... : , l :- ' •
TRE flubeeriberlar; on • band a , large nanikpl . i .. t
of Miner's CR0104.118% dipped and M
fortanili me. which hel W will sell cheaper A ii.-. ~,
by theater Rand. The Candlen are w, , ,
at to ors superior - qleality. • .! .
' , . J,Q*Elpfl .DORFLIN.GIM
opposit the National
. , . .
Pottsville. June 13,183 &
D IOUS GUIDE.
'a ;Key to Paradise.
• Catbotic Piety. ' µ
Pace Man's Cateebbrm titid
Small Catielnern, l
Juet.reeehed IMO* Ale by
11*4. , •