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Against Porter and the i Aristocratic
Democratic county pleeting.
WIDE Democratic Republieartomf Schuylkill
a". county. favourable to the re4clection of ear
' present worthy Farther Governor t of , Washington
county, Joseph Ritnee, and all those who are bp
\posed to the principles and measures of the cer
opt National 'Administration qf Martin Vanti-
Ten. whore - aka tt was to saddle that most arr . to
erotic and odious Sob-Treasury System upon e
free and enlightened citizens of t i rs great Union,
for the porPope of placing the " arse and sword
of •the nation." , into their own hands, in order to
oppress and fyranniznover the People and destroy
the - best interests of Me county . 'ln short all
those who would like to see the iekidency in the
hands of the Patriotic Willie.. H. Harrison of
Ohio, or some other staunch epublican, who
• would go for his country, and n fin a particular
"party:" are reipectfully invited ito attend a gen
eral county meeting, to be held in the Court
noose, in the Borough of Orwigaborg, on Tues
day the 3lst ofJuly next, at half past I o'clock.
P. M. for therpurporie of adopting such measures
• as may be deemed necessary to secure the re-elec
tion of our excellent Governor,. Josepn Ritnera
sad for carrying out the great priMcioles of Demo
cracy which was once opholden t'y a Washington,
a Jefferson, a Aimon-Snyiter, and to make the pre
paratory arrangements for the formation of -a coun
ty ticket, to be supported by the tree citizens of
Schuylkill county, at the next Onlober Election.
.4 . general attendance of the true Pennsylvanians
ofthiwcounty, on said occasions, is respectfully
- I 1.1.1 1M KOCH,
DANIEL H ILL.
JOSEPH FERTIG. Sen.
Democratie Standing County Committee.
Jaly L 4. 1838.
:ETTEIIB of Administration having been
JI-al granted upon the estate of Juan George
Gaehmlich, deceased, dabs of Pottsville, entice is
hereby given Mall those indebted to satd.estate
to make immediate payment, and all those haying
clJt ne against a i id. estate writ ple i.e present them
for settlement on or before Monday the third day
of September at the house of D. G. Yuengling ii
Pottsville, at which time and place the
tritons will settle all accounts properly anthem],
D. G. YUEN . GLI NG,
rotlpville, July 18,1KIR
• For the Boroti'gh• of Pottsville. •
William &liveley, Jacob Kline,
John Shippen, - ' Daniel J. Ridgway
Jamei M. Lewis, . Lastrence 'Lawler,
Joim Silver, , - Jam6s M. Heathy, •
~. John Soile, Charles W. Cleineon
EQ. Henderson, - Ralph Lee,
blivtr Dopbsort, Enoch W. McGinnis
James Silly man, Jr • Ewld. O'Connor,
Samuel H. Leib, Joseph Weaver,
John 'Jennings, William Cooper,
- Philip . Woltioger, James Clary.
George H. Stichler, iseaC Thom psoii,
John Curry, - Jacob Kohler,
' Henry Boyer, - 1 John Lenhart,
John L. Cotio, - T. J. Baird.
— t , JACOB It RED.
FOR sale . between 3 and 41W acre* of good
coal land within a few miles of Pottsville.
aud.orie ofa rail road.• For particulars apply to
the subscriber at the Penosyktania 11.11.
CHARLES' B. YOUNG.
IRON & STEEL, STORE.
tilashbaeribers have constantly on habd •
full assortment of Iron, comprising Round
and Square Iron from 3-16th up to 6 inches di.
ameteri.4lst Iron 3-16 M by No. 4. W.G. up to
6 in: by'7i in.; butter. flue and sheet iron of best
and 2dquality, suitable for lining car bodies or
schutes; rail road - iron l by i. 1 by 2 by
and 2,1 by They are also prepared to receive
orders to import Rail Road Iron upon the mast
advantageous terms in large quantities; also rail
A'ru,ll assortment of Steel, comprising cast and
shear, steel—American and English blister Steel.
German aAd spring steel, and round Iron and
octagonal steel for drills.
MORRIS & JONES,
a W. corner Market and Schuylkill Seventh St.
Philadelphia, June 21, IMO. , 49-6 mo .
XLMBERTON BOARDING SCHOOL.
ONDKR THE 6UPILitINTrat MICR 07
Tercherc—Asumu. Kixiiiik. M ART KIIIIIRR,
MARTINA Kiwasa. GIARTRODR G I KIKBRI.
Assistant Trackey:.—Mmi. Aitrr B. lICIBLET.
IN thts-Senimaiv.. Females arc instructed in
A. Needle Work, Spelling, Reading. Writing, A-
rithmetic, Book Repping.Algebra,Engliah Gram
mar, Composition, Geography„ History, Chronol
ogy. Ratan's,' Natural Philhaliy, Chentistry,
Drawing. Painting, and. therench Language.
TERMS For Boarding 4od Tuition. except
ing the three'last named,bra4ches. One Hundred
and Forty' Dollars a year, yable quarterly in
advance. ..f. '
For Drawing. Painting, algid the French. a
gnates. Five Dollars a quarter additional. each
Washing charged at 37i cents, a dosemi and
Books. Stationary, &c. at the store prices. ;1
rand Bedding, the use of the Libras} and
CI _Dierks. are furnlsbed to the pupils without
Vacations, in the Fourth' and Tenth months,
and to the ticlxdari who do not retinas at the
School. this time is nut charged..
FOr further information. Parents and Guard
ians ave reipeciftilly . referrse to Edward B. Hub.
Isv, Orwigsburg; Joseph F. Carroll. Port Carbon;
John M. Lewis. tilsorge Maieimingo, Putforpe;
or to John Scholl, Schnylk e tl Forge. near P
Clinton—all of whom have ildtzn at Kimberton
School. 34 •
Ktniberton. June l 2s. 1838. _ 30-5 w
Wiliam Mould Candles, received on Consign
‘" 3 meet, and for sale by the Box. at asanafiketar
er's pies. SAMUEL BARU ,
6 Pattern Is, July 14,18'8. Ad-
• BOOK- NMI
n _ • BANNAN halo Cntrinteneeci.
try in connection with . his
where all kinds of Books will ;In
shortest notice at Ipw rates. • 4
of every description tOatle to order 1b lowest
rates—and the tradosopplied wh at
. n e onsthi W. Cumming,
HAS retno.ed his Office ICI Centre 'Street. op:
aposite the Brick Soilding of Glair M. Jen
ningic where he will Wend to all t business en.
awned to him in the line of his prtifeasion.
pet 21 48-tf
Lot far Sale. .
WILL be "told cilar Soo Cant , a lot situated
on William Street in th:a buongh, adjoin
ing the Lot on which Luke Lee m i aow building
a dwelling house. 'The lot is 55 feet front on
William Street, by feet deep. Apply to ,
May 30 41 • 11ANNAN.
6 Key to Paradise,
True Piety, .
Catholic Piety. • • , •
Douay Bible. •
Poor Man'. Cagechbun and
hod received and fur rile by IL lIANNAN.
- EXPRESS •
LINE Or STAGES.
II E Proprietor* of this Line, (which has been
i fitted up in a- simerior manner for the accent
modation of the Travelling Community.) respect.
Tully announce to the public that the Line will
pfpitivrly commence running tetween
POTTSVILLE 4. PHILADELPHIA.
on Wednesday the. 2d of Nay. aal will continue
to leave their office at the Pennsylvania Ea.
Pottsville, daily at,6 °Select. A. N. and strive in
Philadelphia, at 6 o'clock P. AL at the followirg
rates of Fart:
To Orwigebtirg„ . . $0 50 .
Port Clintstn, 75
• Hamburg, 100
Reading, • 2 00
Pottstuwnl 3 00
• Trap, 3 64
Norristoirp, 4 50
Philadelphia, 5 00
For Seats apply at life Pentiaylvania
Pottsville; lien • Hotel, Readtni; and at their
Office, No. 25, North Fonith Street, Philadelphia.
31 INTEER & Co. PailliOlDa.
EV ANS & CA LDW ELL, Do.
May 2 Proprietors.
'ROYAI, COLLEGE OF
st 7 R GE:a/I'A' , Lax' no.v.
THE Original Ilygcian Universal Vegetable
Medicine, prepared by W. MISGIN. Eaq.,
Member of the Royal 4..;011ege of Surgeons, Licen.
state of Apothecaries Company, Fellow of Bal.
Court Society, Surgeon to the Royal Union Pen
t.itm Associatiom Lancaster pluee, Waterloo
Bridge; and Perpetual Pupil ofGuay's ■nd St
Thomas' flivapaels„ London.
These pills having gained acelebrity unparaL
leled in every section trf the Union, are now con.
sidered by all those who value good heahh, india
pensable as a family medicine—patmnized by a
numerous body of the ma* eminent Physicians
both in tho country arld in Europe,—is sufficient,
it is presumed, to stamp their character in the es.
titration of every thinking man, and it is hoped,
71 far better recommendation than the course- re.
ported to by ignorant and unprincipled pretenders,
lath?, to mislead and deceive the public. Faddish
what they call practical proofs and certificates of
Cures, that exceed all bounds of rational credibil.
sty, and most of which, if not all, are either:gross
fabrications, or procured by frond and connivance.
The editor.olthe Long Island , Farmer, says
"This medicine has obtained en unprecedented
degree of well preserved popularity. <Haviffirtak
en these pills ourselves to advantage and witness.
ed their benefinial erect* on others. tire-bite no
hesitation ir. recommending them tome public..
a Rata. salutary and useful family medicine:"
• s •Aionc are genuine Seithont the. sigitatorti of
the General Agent on the libel, by glom the a.
hove me r dieine tis imported into this Country.
JNO. 1101.11E1 N. 129 Waverly. Mace,
, - Gen'l Agent for U. h:
A !apply orthe above Medicine just received
and foraale by • . B. BANNAN:
Sole Agent for Schuylkill county.
July 16 2
ROPOS %IA will be rveeived ity the '-Com
°- roma )))) era pfSehtiylkill Cnunty at their-of
flee in the borough of Ontrigahurg. on Monday
the 30th of July, 1638, fie building a one arched
Bridge across the river-Schuylkill. at Middleport,
with two stone • abutments. The Bridacto be
roofed and weather-boarded, and will be 50 feet
Icing; floor to be 10 feet above low uvula (nark
tne peevage to he 16 feet wide and 12 feel high.
To be constructed upon the plan of the &hityl
kill Haven Bridge:
• A WM- L. BOUGH N ER.
Orwigsburg, June 16 46-
Rimiest - instruments.
villE subscriber boa JEW received and offers
a" for ails
4 keyed Moreno Flute.,
Violin Bridge*. Pius. Strings and Sow-hair.
Clarionet Rends,' '
Violin Bovripbeatra fink&
He respeefollv invites tho public to call and
(sundae his black.
mt 7 5R3&
fe Oempetent efteedisr a
A PERSON who ~.... ra„,„l woe. will
IL Steam &rim to ii— o rtb.AswieiriOtai
be given. Anyly at MON ,
Contpanri 00°' I
i DAM NICE.
i ft, ~, 1 -,,, 1 - ArMt... ,
cl e „,in. Mb. ..yelylit. le* a—
Vii- • - ~,,.ap_
• • Wore.
JOIIN S. C. MARTIN.
in it . Virtue'.of "ems) write at 1' iiihrat ;es:-
noiteeea aa Lemeri Fie*. We out 'l4 the
Coon of Common Pfeil Of Sch uylkill count,
and to me directed. will bo mcPswed to kithlic.
Sale.st the hooetrof Edaraid c/roonwor, hinheep•
er. in the .bnrcrogh of Pottsville. . ,
On Friflay the 20th dale, ol July, ,
ISM, at tlie .booso of Meaty% Stagtert. : innkeeper,
in that borough of Pottsville. _ co clock P. M.--
All those two ”ntiglouit lots of
I r t ground, situate in the' Borough of
otbiville, numbered 44 t 46;twiand
- northwardly by Market, eastward
ly by Chamber Street. soutbwardly by Norwegi
an avert, and westwardly by lot now, or late Bard
Pattetiony containing in frontar width each 60(1.
and in depth each 2441 feet, with th 4 appurtenan
ces, cnnsisting of • two story ftime 'dwelling
honae.--Also, all that certain piece.ipanictor lot
of ground, situate in the Borough of Pottsville.
bounded northwardly by Avenge. 'outwardly by
lot of John Porter, south and •soothaiairdly by Jots
now or late Benjamin Pott, Eso with the appal ,
tenancea, containing we acre more or kin—late
the estate of
At the same time and -lace,
one full and undivided 16th Part. the
_gee whole into 16Sequal parts, parted eqd
e j divided, a and an thoseithros adjoin.
ng tracts or pieces of land; 'imam in
Nurw.egtau township, county' of Schuylkill; Ist
tract bounded by land of Henry Gettle and Philip
Wagner. end vacant land, them* by the next de
scribed tract and land of Leonard Reed. and am.
"cant land. containing 421 acres, 152 perchee, and
allowance-2d tract, bounded by -the next dew.
cubed land and land of Leonard Reed, by land
uf the first above described and vacant land, con
iainirg 220 acre., b 0 perches, and allowance
-3d tract, by 14nd surveyed to William Wagner,
and claimed by James Dundee, and land'of Leo
nerd Reed, by land of the permed above described
tract and vacant hied, by land of.luhn Moyer,
and containing 351 acres. 120 perches, and al
lowance—the loud three tracts of landbra recent
survey, containing together 1153 acres, 149 per.
cheo, .trice measure, with the hereditaments and
appurteret nem consisting of a dwelling house, /cc
—late the rotate of Thames Haven.
On Friday the 20th day ilf July,
1838, at the honor of Henry Cltriot. Innkeeper, to
the.borough of Minersville, at 10 o'clock P. M.
One fun, equal, undivided one third part of two
thirds parts of nineteen twentieth pails uf all that
certain tract or parcel of untmprnied land, situ
ate on the head waters of the Surinam River.
formerly in Pinegrove township, Herbs County,
now partly in Pmegruve, partly in Norwegian.
partly in Lower Mahantango, en?, partly fn Bar
ry townshipii. Schur Mill County, surveyed on the
20th/22(1.23d and 24th dayi of Miy, A. D. 1793.
in pursuance of ten warrants dated respectively
the 12th day of January, 1793. ;Feinted to-the tal
'lowing named' gwrsons. vitt Robert Irwin. for
439 k acres and' allowance; Ell .h Weed. Int 419 k
acres and allowance; George Weed. for 439 k a
ores and allowance; William Cook. Esq. for 41(1
acres. 114 perches and al wand; John Cook.
E-q for 445 acres 91 perchel and allowance;
James Miller, for 440 acres 59 perches and allow.
'mince; Robert 'Lyon, for 450 acre*. 143 perches
and allowance; Andrew Carson, f0r.412 acres, 6
prerlies end allowance, cnidaine ' in the whole
4366 acres, 6 perches and allowati , hounded by
,ianchi of the New Itill It and Schu ylkill Coal Com
pany. and late as surveyed to James Wilson, E.I.
and others—late the estate of WM. Levis.
Seized, taken in execution. and to he sold he
PETER F. LUDWIG, Sheriff.
Sherin Office, Denies- i • ,
burg. June 23.1838. ( - 48
PROCLAXIATION.—Notice is hereby given
that aC un of Common Pleas . , for the trial of
causes at issue, in andlor the county of Schuylkill.
will be held at Orwigsher . .3, in the county aforsaid, on
Monday the 23d day of July nevi at 10 o'clock in
Therefore all persons hawing snits pending. and all
persons whose duty it shall be to appear at maid Court.
will take notice and grwern thf.mselyes anstirdingly,
PETER F. LliD l llG.ShesK
Skiiijrs Offiria. Onoigsburg. -
Jamie 3U. 18311, 60-
1G" Parsetnat attendance is desnsidercitke Jurors
and Witnesses sossnioned to attend this Court.
g 514011.. BVT DERTORS.-ITHE subscnbers
• have applied to the Judges of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Schuylkill county, for, the benefit of the
several Actsof Assembly passed for the relief of In
solvent Debtors.k that the 'aid Judges haae appointed
Monday the 30th day ufJuly next. et 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court House, in Oiwigsbury. for the
hearing Oros and our creditors, when tad where they
may attend if they think proper.
JACOB U N DEN-MOTH.
HENRY A NSPACH,
MICH kEL SA Nog,.
D %MEL BRIT rois, Jr*
CH* itLES CHESTER, •
GEORGE W. SHAW.
Books! very low.
BANNAN offers for saki the following
• standard works at the very low prices at
Home, Bmollett and Miller's England.
4 vols. sheep, with plates 610 00
Clarke's Commentary, 4 role- sheep, 12 00
Wesley's works4lolruls. complete. 11 00
Buck's Theological works. 6 vols. sheep. 4 -00
Salt's Bible iand Commentary. 3 vols.
sheep. • 600
Byron'i works, Dearhorne's Edition, sheep, 4 25
Rollin's Ancient History. 1 vol. sheep,
Dearborne's Edition with!Maps and
losepbos 1 vol. with plates
Marrystes works complete. 1 vol. 3 25
Moore 's works. Library Edition , 225
Sores works. • 2 00
Cowper and Tbonspeon's works,
Borden's village Sermons, •
Doddridgs's Family Expoadfir;
Encyclopedia of Geography, 3 vols. with
i 0 eats and 100 Maps." 10 50
Fox's Book of Martyrs, with plates, .9 25
McKenzies 0000 Receipts • - 1 37
Together with a variety of other toots at very
law rates, In suit the times.
July '1 1 • 4-
HAZZ A ILO & STIFEAUCH'S
lOrpiregoods, Omer" and Li
' qtor Stofiee, •
Cermet f Ventre ea 4 Marktbyfreds; rettnille.
New - Goods! We* Goods!!
_VINT received by N. Natketle & Co. new
and elegant 'emolument ofiemiag and Sam
mer-Ptistr. painted 1 mealiamend -hem. anent;
whielt may ba Stead a few Pietas .bf English
Nide-all vele• lee rate. - AIM. a splendid am
moment of Clothe. tantimeraw., Vesting/tn.
Abo; fantletnelOs damn* • Wjetr,
with- a aimed emorimint r efamikelrli.
• liekings. Milk% die:lre.
morn 14 - .
lll lkifie,r 14 igaggeo4l-
' wuoissr.44. AR RrTALC,
Dry Goods, Groixtg, Wu*. Liquor Store
ilrail t lreata est arsa il la il° orth arti alteese rlielrs io ik ritiledel l
enables threes to totp:go head aaal7 44411 '
elve ' IIMOUVIeIit of *OO6l. which-they mil 1.11 at
Philedelphialtrieits. StotaaadTaaajer ItiaPara
and private faralliO4 would-do well to eall arid
judge (or theoiselvea.
AROL IN A wiirked, flooring bromic .pitio eh.
` l . O nit tongued arid grooved ready far, laying. I,
14 and inchou o:4lllrerent quality and prices.
constantly on. habd. and for sale in lots :to snit
purchasers. upon ippptication ,by letter to
Planing Mackin. Wharf. N. L. Philo. Co.
• or MILLER & NAGGERTY.
upril 25 31—tr, • Pottsville.
OA L . •
Subscriber is receiving from the A. Law
s ton Collieries, a fresh supply of the celebra
ted SPOHN & LEWIS RED ASH COAL, now
landing at his wharf; Pine street, Schuylkill.—
Orders left at the office, Nu. 81 Dock street. or
at the whirr. will, be promptly.-iittended
F. B. NICHOLS.
May 12, 1838.
• ittorage. •
TIRE Su.bsenboirs having rented the whar f on
Fairmount deco, foot of Willow St. Rail Road;
joining the one °fronted by A. J. Bolton & Co.
are prepared to / receive Coal, Lumber, Am. on
wharfage, and c*mission. Enquire of the sub.
scribers on the premises, or at 2$ %mil Wharves.
BUNTING, CLARK &
Leaden Pipes & Hydrants.
BBANNAN, has just received a lot of Lead
•eu Filer,. which he bill warrant to be of
miperior qualtty„ I and I inch. Alvo.Somsr
and Winter Hy ni
rants. constructed of the best
material*, all of Bich he will sell cheap.
• joub 13 41
New and Splendid Goods.
rrll Ladies of Pottsville and vicinity era res.
pectfullv incited to call and examine a most
splendid airsortmaPt of
Painted Lawns, .Ivie incite, Prints,
Slack and White Lawns,
Hoskin, dark and light kid Gloves,
Wor•ted, Coltonlnd Silk do
Fancy - Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Veils,
Plain and painted bordered linen Cantbrie hdkfa.
Silk & Cotton, bleach'il dt onbleacted hose,
do do Embroidered do
At the store of N. NATHANS & CU
CALL AT THE
New Establishrusist, •
Corner of CestrS and Masker Streets Pottsville
riNHE subscribers respectfully announce to
their friends and the public generally, that
they have taken, the store formerly occupied by
Jacob Dull & Co., corner of Centre and Market
streets, where they are now provided witba choice
• Dry Goods,
which they are determined t.eeell atthervery low.
est prices. ; HAZZARD & STRAUCH.
N. B. All kinds of Country Produce taken at
the highest market prices,
April 1 - 2-6
- 9r 00
j tine 20
To Old CouncrYllem
Agency for Line of Pachrts from Liver
_ pool to Philadelphia.
THE SUBSCRfBER has been appointed A.
sent for the IheNtilk. Cope's Line of Liver.
pool Packets, between LivOrpool and Philadelphia.
and will receive the palmate money from those
who wish to Send for their friends in the old
ismntry. and al-in, will procure Bills foe tins.. per
sons wbo may wish to 'transmit money to their
The Packets belonging to this Line are fitted
up in a superior manner. and are commanded by
persons who ply great attention to the comfort
and convenience of passenger.--and have given
greet satisfaction to passengers generally. Eno
grints who intend residing in this region, will
find it to their advantsge to engage their passage
in this Line, and land at Philadelphiat.they
by so doing, save the fare and expense from New
York to Philadelphia. which is fora or-fica dol
Isrs for each individual.
The rates offers will be made known by apply
ng at the office of the Miners• Journal. •
PROCLA M AT lON.—Whereas the honorable
a. CALVIN BLVTIEIt, Esquire, President of the
several Courts of Commie Pleas of the counties
of Dauphin, Lebanon. and Selaylkid, m Penn.
ay Ivania.and invitee of the wirers! Courts ufOjer
and Terminerand General Jail Delivery, in said
counties, sod George Minsk and &Niel Yksf.
Paquiriai, judges or the court of Oyer and Ter.
miner and General Jail Delivery, for the trial of
all capital and other offenders, in the said county
of Schuylkill—by their prepte to me directed,
tested at Orangeburg, the 30th day of June
1838, have ordered the Court of Oyer and Termin.
er Ind General Jill Delivery, to be holden at Or
wigeburg, on the last Monday, ot.July out,
inz the 30th of said month.) to continue ene
Notice is therefore hereby given, to the coroner
the juntas of the peace, and cunstablei of the
said county of Schuylkill, that they are by the
said precept commanded 'to be then and there at
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
rolls, retards. inquisitions, examinations, and all .
other remembrances. to do those things, which to
their offices appertain to be done...and all those
that are bound by recognitaeces, tp prosecute
against the prisoners that are, or then shall be
in the jail of said county of Schilyikill, are to-be
then and these to prosecute them as shall be just.
• PETER F. LUDWIG. Sheriff
Sheriff's Mee, Orwipbarg, t_
ea save tie 9rmaeseitist/th.
. N. &The witneesee eadj the uiure *ba aura.
mood to attend arid Colin. ate Niiiiktitifillii jets,
fautettoally. , In cue of nos.attendiackthataiw
in sleep nun inadqtand prone,/ w,
•. : , fettled.
Thu Holies is published by parti ed e . l l l .
the fkiiirt, those contented wit thera *if*
themselves accordingly.' "• • -t. ...tAil
ii - flOtOMOLASltandllehni 4Pnwits etld.
" or. mud**, to Mr. NM IMelkiiso's. Lyon
semi. Oldriris rib gilt la elos Room sow
Nt 1 0 11 1 1 -44 00401 mit *okt , 211.3m0
Sit thatheeasei r.Crans obtained
sie patent far seueltir.gi. Ore-with-An.
eifitCosll this conntry.inrq suppose. that
the, ilia now . liberty to adOpt the inetbod' of
sioaltme Den with Anthriteite • by the toe of
a heated air ; although II gave notice fait
yinir that! ha a patent for smelting iron Ore
wlth - Anthrici it tool. both by the use of a cold
almomPharie 'll cheated air blast, I would now
inform the po c again, that on khe 14th of Jun.
serf. 1838.1 riceived a letter`frOm the - Commis.
sinner of Patenis at Washington, stating: "Sir,
upon examining the case of Mr. Crane's applica
tion for a. potent-for Smelting Iron by means of
Anthracite, I have viewed blot:0.1m as interfering
with yow poen% of Dee. 1833, Ind hove given
notice to hts nu yof this decision." Every
attempt to smelt I ore with anthracite by - the
use of n beatoti air blast. ii an infringement upon
my- patent. -eisinst which Ll:motion. and warn
all men; es I Shall prosecute ettery one tuft inging
upon my Tights. according tel law. And I fur
ther offer to dispose of patent rights far the erect
log of ferns according, to ,my patent,' upon
very modes t t erms.
FRED RICK W. CFassmurgEß..
!few Yorks May 16.1848.1 37-ly
XEW • Alf KRY di CONyELTIONARY
ES'A B LI S 1131 ES T.
Frederick C. Epting
RIMPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the pubic in general, that be has opened a
Bakery and Confectionary. Establishment
in Norwegian Street: next door below the Arcade
In the. borough of Pottsville, where he will i 1
wave keep of hand cod bake to order all kinds'
of Ca kes of eiery variety of patterns—and where
also, will always be kept on hand, Breed by the
Loaf, of an excellent quality, and of a large size.
His.Conictionary comprises a large and gen.
eral avaoriment selected
.with care, and void at
the very lowest rates.
F. C. E. Would abn inform families that he is
pr.pared to bake Family Bread for sny number
who prefer furniiiiiiiff their own Flour, ar the
ahlricat tomtit*, and on the most reasonable terms.
april 21 - -30-3 m
' For Sale,
A valatuable Tract of coal Land,
LYING And being In the township of Norwe.
wegian, on the Weal Branch near the West.
Branch Rail , Road, shoot Amr miles from Schtiyi
kill Haven—there ip me or more Coal Veins
passing through this aud. Foy informationi ap
ply 10 JACOB REED;
at - Pottsville;
Jr Mr. ITOFF'M AN,
March 2 34
Resumption of Business.
NEW DRUG STORE.
E Subscriber returns his grateful acknowl.
edgementa to the citizens of Pottsville and
others, who stepped. forward to his assistance at
ter the loss of his property, by fire in December
last, and would also acquaint them ■nd the pub
lic generallY, that he hat again commenced the
Drug Bushiest; in the hoosecormerly occupied by
Charles %V. Clemens, in Centre Street._ in the
burring!' r.f pottsyillc, where may always be had
a general assortment of •
And every other article in the above line, which
he is dispoited to sell on Very low and accommo•
N. B. air Physicians prescriptions carefu ll y
put snot t e shortest notice.
WM. T. EPTING:
Pottsville, May 30, 1838.
riIEIH subscriber has now on bandit his Store
a .and Storehouse on Centre and Rail Road
streets, a full assortment of Goods, suitable for the
coal regioni viz :
Barr Iron ni assorted sizes,
Band and Hoop do do
Nails and `pike Rodi do do
Steel, Round & Square do do'
Nail■ and Spikes do :do
Coal .Shovels do do
Hardware, a ceneral asseortment.
All of which he is selling at reduced prices.
Jan 13 2 J CLAYTON.
Encourage Home Manufactures. ,
Confe - ctionary Manneactory..
, r4HE subscriber respectfully announces,to the
' 3l. public that he harcommenced the Manofac,
tore of Confectipnary in all ha Orions branches,
st his Store in CentreStreet. nearly opposite the
Pottsville House, where Confectioners and oth
ers can always be supplied Wholesale. and retail,
at the lowest Philadelphia cash prices. -
Country Merchants are respectfully solicited
to call end examine his smelt before purchasing
'OLIN S.C. MARTIN.
ntiv 4 so—tf
Notice to Coat Shippers. •
THE Subscribers have taken that well known
wharf formerly'occupied by Aunting, Clark
& Co. mord wharf below Calbothill street Brittle,
and have made arrangentent in Receive Coal on
storage. All Coal shipped tolheir wharf, n willbe
attended to with care and punctuall mill 'deliver
ed according to order by
JOHNSON & ENGLEMAN.
Philadelphia. July I I, flB3b. ,
Reading Nail if; Iron Works,
RAVE on hand boiler Imar, sheet of Wilkie
AM'sizai do. and aim, all the different sizes
iron; elan. roond and mount iron from i up to 3
inch Railroad iron of' that variant sizes, punched
and coontemank. and cut to the-angles ready for
use; and band iron. All sloes nails and snifter,—
also. rim iron.of superior quality.. All of which
are offered fok sale at the Inarestleity prices.
REINA, WHITAKER Co.
- iteiaing e 7ine2s. 11:018. • 50—tf
Dwelling Mouse Wanted.
WANTED to rent . . good sited Duelling
noose, in good order. in Pottsville. Ag.
ply at this ace.
PoUivills. July 11.1878.
ernlitsesibens 1/4eing taken the tar/iota
whs4 l no rallowbill street (toe
ebresr stits.• in
gehloi 11; r o
ylkillar Fat .10loont:Philedelphis; are
firopoied : /wreath" any eptssitfty of Cool. Lumber
I /ho s es rilhartono or sitamte.iiir the ripen wharf-or
inigitefiFoo geese* rotionahie tome Drag
07 . 1m0
swll" tem asst. •ignod to theta.
110 •4 01 PhiOnIT D. • Sito.
`. IWvwe4 rmwr~ry .. ~_u.:-
hereby 4 , -
Adintnistrittira: T ea . Guarditinkhave
settled their 'mania intlitOirice of thir Reinder
of Schuylkill County, aid that rho said' tottienbr •
will be.pretwatedlathe Or phasi' , Court,iabiLhelia
at'Prwitsburg. in and for said ciounty.OniANlsip -
day the 2311 day of July. 1838. for ennitialiod.
aidnunt of Valentine '
drew Witlower. • Ezecotora of-the last WaLtiod
testswentof AdiunSainel, Uttar
R. The account of Leonard Mabel. Adatinkitra-,
wrath* estate of Henry fli*ef, late °MOW=
to:004p, deceased.. •
& !The Icixtunt of lietiry P.m Adsniat tor
' aLa '
of, the imitate of Charles
kill Haven. deceased.
The seemed of John- Droner and Henry
Broner,Adaiinistratpre of the etude arell
*Neer, late , of OW; borough of Minersti4l
& The account hr. Jacob Alepath; Admisiahra.
tor of the waste of ElisetelliamlfriatillUv"
eahintango township, deceased. ' •
fr The account of George. Reber. Admirditra•
tor of the estate of John Reber, late of Ileithei`st
township. deceased. "
7. The second account of JonaeDUldnl.
nsinistrator of the estate of George Anti G . Mir.
late of West Penn township, deceased.
8. The account of Abraham Metkel.and-Rett..
hen Merkel, Administrator of the estate.uidbret
flan /Berke'. late of East Brunswick toWnship,
8. The account of:Elijihißensingcr. Adminis.
tator De Boni. non; with the will anneired or
orneliva Hoffutan, late of Brunswick toWnShip.
10. The speount of John Koch, Guardian of
Elizabeth sell Jesse, minor children ofJtAto
er.late of Manheim township, &erased. i•
11. The account - of Henry - Iroturet, Adininia.
trator of the estate of Eve Hooter, late. o West
Penn township, decea%d.
12. The account nf Jacoh Shoat, Adm nisiii
tor of the estate of David Maurer, late of shaft-
tanzp township, deceased. . .
13. The account of John Dattorr, Adnii i inietra•
for of the estate of Susanna nattorf, late of Pine.
grove tmonshirr deceased.
14. The account of Ludwig Berger. Gitardian
of Sabine. Jonathan, Elizabeth and Ilenrogob
art, minor children of Jonathan Geberti !ate o
Pinegrove township, deceased.
JACOB HA *NW ' -
Port Clinton Foundry-.__
, FUR SALE It:
WILL be sold at private sale, the -roitodty
?pleasantly situated at Port Clinton.pchoyll.
kill county. ou very reasoriable torms4 This
Foundry is at -the commencement be I l e Little
Schuylkill ends_ SugCuchanna Rail It d. now
poking, and wilt in a short time be a eye the
Scat situations in the country to do a laile bail.
aces Fur terms, &c. apply to
PARKE& TIERS.. •
Iron, Founders, Philadelphia.
or ISAAC MYERS.
Port Clinton. ,
€463 t I
' . DENTIST,
FROM PEJILADLLPEILN. i
RESPECTFULLY informs the Ciiizens of
Pottsville, and the public genera* that he
is prepared to perform all operations lit e'ratrive
line; such as; Pluggrng , Filing, Cleaning gatiaCt
log. ike. with neatness. and on the racist ispprovad
prinomles. . *
Stockton's Premium Porcelain 'Teeth insetted
agreeable to the wallies of applicants--Terma
moderate. • . • ..
. N. B. Ladies and others will be attetide4to at
their respective dwellings, or at Mr. , tirme's.
next door helow Mr. Epting's Drug Sta l e.
Pottsiille, July 14, 10138. , 5444 ,
Swaiara and Good Spring Cre k Rail
NOTICE is'hereby given, that pure , ant Wit
further supplement to the act, emit ed an act - .
to incorporate the 'Swatars and Good Sthing Rail
Road Company and its supplement. Eookswill
be kept open by the Conimisaioners M some of
them, to receive subscription to the st k of.the
above Rail Road.
At the Merchants Coffee House irr t e City of
Philadelphia, at the House of John Colethan in the •
Borough of Reading, and at the Hansel of Henry
W. Conrad in the Borough of Pinegrov4, on Mon
day the 30th day of July 1838. and at the House
of Eliza Shindel in the Borough of Lebanon. at
the House of George Nagle in the Borough of
Harrisburg, at the House of Michiel i Gritif in
the Borough of. Orwigaburg, at thel House of
Samuel Hamon in the Borough of Daglle. and
at the House of George Ferran in the ropgh of
Carbide, on Monday the 13th dam of August 1838.
The said Books will remain openfar id,* days
at each place, and will be transferrFd !until there
is a suficient subscription to complet*sairt road,
which ii. not to exceed 100,000 dollane l it gaper
share. five dollaui will be.received on every share
at the time of subscribing.
Isaac Shirr, Wm. M. Roluirts,
lasso" Eckert. . John Huber. ''
Marcos Canffman, Paul Barr,
Simon Guileford, David Krause} .
Cherie McClure, Wm. Levan,
Charles A. Snyder, Samuel Wehbk
Peter Filbert. • Samna Gass., •
Wm. Donaldsott... David Grienatfrald
Charles FraileY, -
„July T 4 IP3B.
- • .
Challis and Cassim •rni. -
TILE Subscriber has in Store at lrger 'and
general asaortihent of Blue, SUE; Brown.
Green, i n visible Green, drab and- ffli I. CklthM - •
Also. Black, Blue: drab and OA ii4Walran.
which will be sold Rory Cheap. ' ! -
... sminiai. '
Pottsville, 31414, 1838.
LETTEIt.S. remainin le the Pe
Teacarts* Pa.,-Jet7 1, 1848. .
Meaty L. 341tniain; . 14arthe Marl
Giebi, Jacob it panne &lathes;
genet V 1111%111TT1NGH,
I ' t Y cow* I •
IaTRATEINsey from the sutisri 1-,; Willa*
Cow with 0 white face and a bit lip ., peirltp.
-Any person returning said dm to,mks,.bie r ib er
it the Bear Ridge Colliery. or give . ' * iiiilrota
lion as matt lead to her recovory,i4 fielib e ha.
iy rewarded. ! 1 / 4 " 'EV::
July 14 .
Marl Orlile CAM Bei11•110 , -
A FEN hispe, Vertical EtectiCA, f t Ithaseeik
..es Ragicou Tt 4r4"aip in Poekiit &ilk . ai s yernana
unsold, •, 1, balance will-be sold,s fiDnactt to.
elasethatamminh API% to
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Peisiorilla, ?nil 14; Int , t 54-
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