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. - Sheilfrs
BY Virtue of a writ of L
out of the Conti OfCtont
kill County, and to mo stir
Public. Sale, on Tuesday; th
next, at the inn or Public 0.
in Orwigaburg, (on the pre,
A. M.—All that certain
Tavern House and lot o' gr.
Borough of Orwigsburg in
bounded in front by Market
a public alley, on the West
of lot number sixteen, g el d
ran street, containing n f ,
depth 9 -perches, being, Lb.
marked in the general lila.
16 and the same which! Ch
Margaret his wife by dee. l
1830, granted and cense: 4l
Consisting of a two Sto 3 , ,
House' with K to.'
Stables and Sheds of fr ni , 1
the Kitchen and' the half
house—late the estate of G I
Seized, taken in eremitic)
Sheriff's Office, Orwige ,
• burg, Sept. 12,1838.
To _liners a
WROUGHT - Iron T.
Sockets, from of
internai, diameter Suitibl
- EIOR Road Tax for W:
ship, wax found a fe7
be had by applying to
Sept. 12, 148.
Notice to Employ • vs.
- TILE Directors of the Poor and o the House
tof th County o Schuy kill,
hereby give Public'? Nola , that in ursuan of
lan act of General Assem ly, pissed on 13th, -day
of Jane, A. D. 1836, it is I.he duty o everyhouse
- keeper, who receives a person int ohis hoarse,
that has not a legal residence in an part of this
Common Wealth, (all seamen and ev ry other per
son who arrived from a foreign co o try immedi
ately in this Commonwealth., 00l acceptedy to
notify the Overseers of 'the Poor Of the proper
district, in writing, within ten day's after such
person has been reedited as aforeaid. If any
house keeper should neglect to giv notice as a
foresaid, and if any person as afore id should be.
come poor and unable to maintai , himself, and
cannot be taken to his legal place i of residence,
if he should have one hia any other stateb such
house keeperlahall be coinpelled to !maintain such
i indigent person. Withont leaving Sufficient prop
erty to defray his funeral expense 4, said house-
keeper shall pay to the Overseers of the Poor% so
much as they shall have•reasonably expended for
said purpose. Ifeuch housekeepe; should refuse
' to pay such expenses, the Directolra of the Pour
shall charge hum with Such an amount as Ti - y
be necessary to maintain such indigent *son
per week, or such sum as may be 'required to de
fray-his funeral expenses, and shall have power
-to collect the same.nnder an attachment, and if
such delinquent should not posses property or
goods, that may be seated upon, - then he may be
east into prison, there to remain ti til ho has paid
the same or until ho has been of eirwise legally
discharge*. WILLIAM G I EFF,
SAMUEL K. EPNER,
0 DANIEL B. ERSEINER,
•Attest . • Directors of the Poor.
Samuel. fluirtinnsa l Steward.
. September 8,
PROCLAMA ► Obi.
PURSUANT to an het of the eneral Assem
bly of the Commonwealth u Pennsylvania,
passed the 15th day oil February, 1799, I, Peter
F. Ludwig, High Shertiff of the unty of Schuyl
kill, do hereby give this public n .tice to the elec
tors of the county of Schuylkill . foresaid, that a
General Election w 0 be held in said county on
the second Tuesday' in October eat, which will
be the 9th day of the paid moutla, for the purpose
of choosing by ballot 1
One , Person
For Governor of Pennsylvanii.
For to represent Lehigh and huylkill
ties, in the Congress grape Unit d Stakes 4
One IPers n
To represent Schttlkill coo ty in thia,Hohse
of Represen Lives of th State.
Two! IPerso s
For Coronors of Sclhnylk ill nty.
Two; Pe s
- For county Commissioners, o e to serve,3 yearn
• and the ottier two, to sup* a vacancy.
Por Director of the Poor, and !louse of Employ
silent of Schuylkill county
Twal Perso ns
IFor. Auditors of SOhuylkill cOurity.
For Trustees of the Orwigie
~. And that the Eledtors of the
kill iiforesaid, are J assemble
choosing by ballot' he officer
second Tuesday in ;October n
districts and places compos
boroughs, townships and distr . i
The electors of the borough il•
hold their election lett the Cu
borough of Orwigs4urg.
The electors of est Bruns*
• hold their election lat the Co
_borough of Orwigurg.
The electors of t Bruns
:hold their election t the hou
the town of M'Kea s burg.
The electors of inegsovel
their election at election house of
now Wm. Hoch, o said town
The electors ofWayne tow
election at the hou of Leona
to ttie 'town of Frisidensbarg.
The electors ()Muer M
Will hold theii el coon at
Moyer, in said to whip. .
The electors of arry tow
house lately met pied by i
Mr. Hawn, will he Id their ele
Henry Bolig, in said townsh
The electors of Lower M
in Schuylkill county . " residin
described bounds, which
• district, called "William's
ginning at the Dauphin as
I line, including tie Tavern
Mountain, now aphid by .
along the. , Pinegr ve townsh
tersecta the Low r Matrank
leading in adi tion to GI
along the ridge f the Mou
end Schuylkill tY line
• ning, shall he fi ler hold
house of Jacob abetting,
occupancy of Samuel KIM
The doctors. of tire
jection iit - the fin+
The electors of W .
their election at th ey
Forreider, in said tp .
The eier.toni of lan' ,
.general election atlthe
in said township.
The electors of ilin
general election &LAl
keeper, in said, towns
I ' MI that part of N
' county of Schuylkill,
line, to wit: Beginitin
of the-West Bran..h
the West Branch Of
td in tlte.
, e rear by
, and In
t of lot
3d Ap, it
• bcrote the
on rhea o
!led, will !
l ode of Dao I
isee) at 1 i t
and; situ •
; y the W
F , the Beet,
„ied to G• .
.ne and al
lion with Barry tows
!action district, and tl
their general eleCtioi
Mills. in the bprodgli
The electors of Se
east of a point filial'
helm, in a straight 1
eluding the sareei fr.
occupied by Jacob '
and continuing fro.'
the Rush township t
election et the house
in the township of
The qualified vo
of NorWegian and
Schuylkill, within th
shall hereafter be a
Beginning on the li
Norwegian and Ma
line to the house:no
including the slim
gian church—and f
of F. B. Nicholas,
from thence_a strai
townships of Norw
thence following - th -
Rush eastward •to
straight line so th
and the same, t en.
by Jacob Womme
thence in a straight
excluding the tpw
qualified electors r
cribed, bounds shall
Carbon House, in t
The etcetera of th
remaining part Of
that part of Manh
the river Schuylkil
(not included , in t
will hold their elec
by Henry Stager, i
The electors of
hold their election
That the elect°s of that part of Manheim
township lying so theast of the following fine:—
commencing at th township line of Wayne and
Alanheim lownshi on the Summer Hill, thence
along the Aummer Hill and Orwigsburg road', to,
the house of Widow Sweicker, and the house of
John Dewalt, excluding the 'grime, thence to the
house of Philip Drumheller, thence to the house
of John Deibert, at the centre turnpike; thence to
the house of John Betz thence to the house of
Philip Reek; thence to the house of John Shane,
Jr. including the same: thence to the township
line of saiti Manheim and Schuylkill townships,_
shall hereafter hold their general elections at the
Court House, in the borough of Orwigsburg. •
The eleietorw of the remaing part of Manheim
township 'will hold their election at the house of
Philip Boyer, innkeeper, in the town of Schuyl
It is duetted by an act of the General Assem
bly of this Commonwealth, passed' the 17th of
March, 11306, that the inspectors of the general
election shall be chosen by ballot on the - Friday
next preceding the first 'I uesday 'in Octobee,.be
ing the 28th of Septemberi ' and the election,. for
inspectors shall be holden in such places in each
town, toWnehip, ward, or district, as is*ppointed
by the lairs for that purpose, by the respective
constables, who are required- to give, at least one
week's notiee of such election, assisted by two
qualified citizens chosen by such citizens qualifi
ed to vete as shall be there :present. And it is
further required by the act of assembly regale.
ting elections in this commonwealth, that the in
spectors , be at the places of the', respective dis•
tricts, towns , townships, and wart, or. the day of
the- general election, at nine
ck in the fore
noon, to perform the duties required of, and en
joined on them by the several acts of assembly,
The return judge's of the respective districts,
towns, townships, er,wards aforesaid, are hereby
required. to meet - at' the Court House, in the
borough, of Orwigsblirg,pn Friday next, after the
2d Tuesday in October nett, being the 12th day
of th; month, then 'and there to perform those
things required of them by laws
In pursuant of an eclat" the general assembly
of thii commonwealth, passed the 24 day of April,
a further supplement. to an act to regulate the
general election within.this commonwealth," that
every person who.iiliall hold any office or appoint
ment ofprofit or trust under the Government of
the United States, whether a commissioned officer
or otherwise, a subordinate officer or agent, who
is or shall be employed under the legislative, ex
ecutivei or judiciary department of the United
States, and also that every member of congress is
by la* incapable of holding or exercising at the
same time the office or appointment of judge, in - -
specter, of clerk, at any election in this state.
In pursuance of an act of the General Assam
bly, passed April 16th 1838,, it is presided that
no inspector judge or other officer shall be eligi ,
ble to any office at such election, nor shall any
person holding an office under the General or
State Government, be an taximeter, judge, or oth
er officer, of any such electicllt
Given under my hand at Orwigsburg, this 2d
day of Septemberi in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and thirtylseven,
PETER F. LU•DWIG, Sheriff.
God save the Commonwealth.
Sept. 8, 1838. '7O--
a pa mirof
of a pump
and will bl
I.n inch, t
for Porn ,
2 Idc, Ma
21 ine t beri
for sate by.
:et Norwe ian Town
, days ei.oe. It can
unty of Schuyi
or the purpose of
aforesaid on the
xt, at the several
d of the several
'ets, to wit
-4f Orwigabarg will
hrt gouge in the
Wick township will
rt House, in the
• ick township will
of Henry Lutz, in
.wnship will hold
,e late John Bair,
d Sholl, innkeeper,
house of Sung. I
lion at the hen,
I tiantango township,
with the following
rms a new election
alley," to wit: Be-
'House on the Bruad
• initial lialh thecce
p lice to where it
ngo township line,
atstown, and thence
, itain to tbe.Danphin
to the placelof begin.
nitheir election at the
r. now or late in the
• iiing pari of Lower
Wilt. . W thifir geileral e
f Ph lip iliniati,lin said
- ••:. -
t -....iownilltip will.hohl
• eno occupied bi Moritz
snip. i •. _
n torinship will hold Asir
. ousel of John Eieenhotper
1 • town 'hip will bold their
- bongo of John Briiiis,inn
ip. i "
rwegian township. in the
ing West on the following
at the point of intersection .
f thei river Schuylkill and
: thentie up the east side of
r , Schuylkill to stp internee-
I L , hip, shall be a seperate e
' eledtors thereof shalt - hold
s at the house of Joseph
, f filineraville, in said -town-
nylkill township, residing
township line of Man
na with the Old Forge in•
thence to the house now
l ommer including the same,
thentie in a straight line to
ine, tibial hold their general
.f.,Fi;edetie.k Bensinger, jr.
huylltill, in the said county.
ra raiuding in the townships
.chuylkill, in the county of
folloWill described bounds,
potato election district, Tic
e hetSse.e n -the townships of
eim4 from thence a straight
occupied by John Penman,
froth thence to the Norwe.
.m thence to the farm house
including the same—and
t line to the line between the
inn and Barry— , and from
towhship lines of Barry and
point—from thence in it
rd to the Old Forge exclud.
• to the house now occupied
, excluding the
ine to the place cif begirining,
of New Castle, and that the
iding within the before des.
hold,their election at the Port
town of Port Carbon.
• borough of Pottsville and the
orwegian township, and of
inn township lying .between
and the West branch thereof,
Schuylkill Haven district,)
ion at the house no* occupied
the botrough of Polhill°
a borough o'f Tamaqua will
at the school house in said
CAROLINA worked flooring boards., plough.
ed, tongued and grcioved ready for, laying, l„!
I} and 1i inches of different quality and prices,
constantly on hand, and for side in lota •to suit
purchasers, 'won application by letter•to
JAMES M. PATTEN,
Planing Machine Wharf, N. L. Phila. Co.
or MILLER & BAGGERTY.
•april 25 31—tf • Pottsville.
Encourage Home Manufacture:
THE subscriber respectfully announces to the
public that he has commenced the Menefee.
tore of Confectionary in all its various. branches,
at his Store in Centre Street,nearly. opposite . the
Pottsville House, where Confectioners and tith
er' can always be Supplied wholesale; and retail,
at the lowest Philadelphia .cash prices. .
Country Merchants are respectfully solicited
to call and examine big stook before :purchasing
JOHN S. C. MARTIN
P 9 JotruwAt.
1410O r taa*A.ON
WHEREAS 'the hotoranti • to licopoda A.
g74:1„ nyeednieatstn 04 - . • '• -•
upon . sOndiy Amendments to le •subinitted
to did -maple of this roaimon wealitil6r 'their-rat.
ifica4aF. or rejection. Now, therefore in plum
anceiof the provisions in such cass made in quid
by an ant of .the General Assembly. posi.ed lbo
2911 day of March A. ' 184 and adthority
giv by said convention:
-•I . •
Notice .s Hereby Given,
Thit an election will bet held in the several town- .
shins, wards and district! ,of the said county of
Schuylkill on the said 'second Tuesday of Weil
bet next (being the day for holding the Gemaral
o l d
elections otthe comuninwealth for the ratifica
tion or rejection of the said A endments to the
Conititution. The Judges a Inspectors of
said election are acquired to receive tleketseither
printed or written from citizen!, qualified to vote.
and to deposit them in a bole re boles, to .be for
that purpose ptielided by the proper office'''.
'which tickets shall be labelled on the outside
"amendment.," and those who are Avowable to
the amendmenti, may: expires their desire by
voting each a printed or written tleket, of ballot
containing the words, "For the amendments,"
and those who aye opposed to such amendments,
may express thet , opposition by .voting each a
printed or written ticket br bathe Containing tie
welds "Against the Amendments."
diven under my hand and seal at Orwigsburg,
the 15th day of September, in the year of our .
Lord, one thousand eight hundred sod thirty.
eight, and the sixty second year of the independ
ence of the United States of Al erica.
• PETER F. LICIDWIG.-
- - Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Orwigs- i . ' .
burg, Sept. 8, 1838. f.
PENNY CYCLOPEDIA. and Penny . Map.
sine for 1837—just received Vole. 8, 9 and
19 Penny Cyclopedia, and Vol. 6 Pennyo4l.4ll
- tor 1831, and for Gale by
B. BANN AN .
CALL AND SEE !!
JUST RECEIVED a splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in
Liquors, &c. •
which I am prepared , to sell cheaper than ever
s uffered in this market for cash, or in •eithange
or country produce, at the highest market price
i. C. KERN.
TAE Subscribers respectfully' announces to'
the Citizens df this Borough and Region, and
their friends in general, that they are prepared to
manufacture to order, abd will constantly keep
on hand, at the corner of that and Norwegian I
Streets, in the Borough of Poitsiille, CAR—,
RI AG ES, BA ROUGH ES, PEI A ETONS, BUG—
GIES, SULKIES, DEARBORNS, GIGS, Ac.
of the very best materials, arid qt the lowest rates.
All work entrusted to their care, they will war
rant to be manufactured equal to any in the
county or elsewhere, both in point of neatness
and durability. They hope that the public before
purchasing elsewhere, will call, examine and
judge for themselves.
All kinds of Vehicles repaired at the shortest
notice, and on the Most acCOmmodating terms.
: BENEWILLE HILBUSH,
Pottsville, August 25. 66-3nui •
ANEW Assortment; consistug of a italic* Of
New . Patterns, for - Rooms and Entries, to
gather with choice Borders, just received and for
sale by B.
August 25, ' ,66
NAIL AND IRON WORKS,
'AVE on hand
- 11 -m• BOILER IRON,
ROUND 4- SQUARE IRON,
COAL SCREEN do.
Bar hop of any size - drawn to order. Nada
and spikes of ell sixes, for sale at the.lowest City
prices. 'REIMS., WHITAKER &CO.
Reading, May. 22, 1838. 40-6 mo
THE undersigned cautions the pOblie against
purchasing or leasing the tract of land called
Clinton Tract, on the East Norwegian rail reed,
from Elizabeth Spobn, or Henry Morrie for her,
as he the undersigned claims title thereto, and
will institute a suit against any person attempt
tog to take the possession. thereof.
Manheim, April 28, 1838.
To Old .Cousstryinets.
Agency for Line of Packets from Liver
poi)! to Pki/ade/phsa.
riiiH.E SUBSCRIBER has heti appointed A.
gent for the Messrs. Cope's Line of Liver.
pool Packets, between Liverpool and Philadelphia,
and will receive the presage money from those
who wish to send for their friends in the old
country, and also, will procure Ilills for those per ,
sons who 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 pay great attention to the comfort
and convenience of passengers--and have given
great satisfaction to passengers generally. Emi
grants who intend residing in this region, will
find it to their advantage to engage their panne
in this Line,and land at Philadelphia; therwol,
by so doing, save the tare and expense from New
York to Philailelphisi which is four or /les dol
lars for each individual,
The rates of fate will be made knoWnoyripply
ing at the office t f the Miners' JournaL
June 20 ' B. BANNAN.
To Cbal Dealers.
TSubscribers having taken the large and
-ML comn3odious wharf on CaliOwhill street (or
corner of Ddlowhilrand Williark streets.) on
the Sehoylkill,near Fair Moont, 4 Philadelphia; are
prepared to receive any quantity of Coal, Lumber
&e. on wharfage or long% on the open wharfor
under cover, on , the mMt reasonable terms- Ever
attention paid to coal eioosigned to them.
References—'Mr. Warr But. EirliaYlkin Ha
ven; Mr. Philip Hoffa.PPottsville. - •
• ISTOUCH & HAVERSTICK.
Philadelphia. July PE 1838. 53-3 mo.
WE have jimt and are now opening
a large 'and general assortment of fresh
and seasonable ,goods-which will be sold at very
reduced pricee`for cash. • ,
JOSEPH WHITE.dt SON.
Wont CaiNin, August 11.11338.
JOHN sll.l7Ellt t
MAKES *amp in infonnia biO ?dada and th%
A. publi c . that liektentianea th.sanr under
the "Pennsylvania lialt." in Pathnille. bops*
lan past mintaiion for keeping a revcctible Endo
lbhment• "Suircd during the =penance of 5 "two
In the same lose of business. and a desire to please.
may merit a continnoce Onkel; fivers and pantie-
I RMIN SILVER him made arrangements with Mr.
Rohmt Harmer. of the .! I Connicopial." N 0.44.
Third street, Philirdaphit. for a supply of all the
delicacies winch the Philadelphia Witten tan afford
daring the Summer season..
Bill. of Fare.
Roast Beef cold, perplate,
corned do do do
Pried Ham 4. Eggs, do
Green TuAle sPuP. do
Lobsters, ' •
Fr Pickled Babson. ...
i Madeira Wine. per bottle. Ire
Old Palo Sherry Wine, do 150 _
Old Brows ^, do do 150
OM Portdo 150
Old Lisbon , 4 1: 100
ChnotlalliKolt. (Palmetto.) Io 200 .
.-London Brown Stout, , do_ 374
Pepper Smith's AC 2techers XX Pale Ale.
Apartments arii always in readiness for Super
Partiterobe..and those who call - may expect to receive
emit, attention. •
Pottsville. May 11. 18:03
Reading Nail de Iran Work a,.
'KNAVE on hand boiler • Iron, sheet of various
au-sizes du. and also, all the different sizes bar
iron; also, round and square iron from up to 3
inch Railroad iron of the various sizes, punched
and countersunk, and cot to the angles ready- for
use; and band iron. All sizes nails and spikes—
also, gun iron of superior quality. Alt of which
are offered fat sale at the lowest city prices.
HELMS. 'W HITAK ER Co.
Reading, Itine.2s, ' , 50—tt
SICK OR NERVOUS.
13 - The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohn's
remedy for this distressing complaint is ev,ery day
gaining is certainly a matter of much astonishment
That so much suffering should have existed for ages .
with Out any discovery of all effectual pieventive, or
cure is truly a subject of much regret. hat Dr. S. now
assures the public that such a remedy has been inr
vented as will convince the most credulous. The
prinetplea upon which, it acts are simple and plain.—
It is in admitted fliti that this Complaint. 'whether
called sick Headache, or Nervous Headache, arises
primarily from the stomach--those .who think they
have the Nervous Headache may rest assured that
this organ. the stomach. is the , first cause. that the
system has become vitiated or debilitated. through the
stomach, and that 601 through the same channel
must they expect a ismration ofe natural and
healthy functions of the system. This object. Dr.
Spohn's remedy is eminently.calMdated to attain
The troth of this position cannot fie controverted, and
the sooner suffered With the headache become con
vinced of it. the sooner *ill their stinking' end in
restoration to health. Dr. Spohn pledges his profse
aims, reputation on this fact. The retnedy may be
had of apothecaries.
Wholesale and Retail by Com;tock & Co. No. 2
Fletcher St. New York. and Retail by
,WM. T. EPTING.
Pottsville. July 41.1838.
THE undersigned hiding °hessian to visit
Europe, from whence he will return by the
twenty second of October next, all letters address
ed to him, and profeuional businevs entrusted to
his care during his absence, will be promptly
attended to, by Charles Yardman, Esq.
Saler MU . COtainigl as. •
Orwigebatg. august 22. 1838.
• . The Commonwealth of Penney!
C• _%.'a to the Sheriff of &rha lkil,
. ' it' -s; ° jolty Greeting! Whereas at an Or
. 2 '
' phans Coen, held at Orwigsbtug, in.
. & for the county UfSe.huylkill;on the
third day of August, A. D. 1838, before the Hon
°obis Calvin Blythe, President, & GeOrge Baugh
add Daniel Yost, Esquires.. his Associates, Judges
of thesame Court. Frederick-Bensinger, Jr. in
termarried with Elisabeth Kaup,one'orthe daugh
ters and heirs at law, of Peter Kaup, late of East
Brunswick Township, in the said County of
Schuylkill, eeceipeth presented his petition to the
said Court, stating that the said p eter Kaup, died
intestate on th e twelfth •day' ofebruary, A. WI
l One Thousand' Eight Hundred and Thirty Light, l
leaving issue three children, namely to wile Mary 1
intermarried with George Miller, now deceased,
and now resident in the-State of Ohio, Elitabeth
the wife of the said Petitioner, and Margaret, in.
termarried with Isaac- Kensicger, and that the
_said intestate died, sieted in the demesne as of
fee of, and In a certain. messuage or Tenement
:and tract of land, situate in East Brunswick
Township, aforesaid, adjoining lands of Samuel
Bartolet, Isonmaster, Grwrge Backert and others,
and containing about twd hundred and nine acres,
be the same more or less with the appertenances,
and therefore praying the Coort to award an in:
quest to make partition dr valuation of the premi
sea according to law. We therefore command
you that taking - with y twelve free honest and
lawful men of your bah ick, you go to and upon
the premises aforesaid, d their by their oath or
solemn affirmation, that ou make partition there.
of to and among the chi t ten of th e said intestate,
in such manner and in ch proportion as by the.
laws of this Corrunonw th is directedi if such
partition can be made ithout prejudice to and
spoiling of the whole; b. t if such partition cannot
be made thereof, as afor id, that then you value
and, appmhie the same wording to law. And
further, that you eau • the said inquest to en.
quire or ascertain wh .er the said real estate
with the appertenances will convenient) y accom
modate more than one .f the children of the said
intestate,and if so. how many of the said children
it 141 canvesieptly mmodate.
A Jury for that purpole will be held on the prem.
hal on Monday the 2.lth day of September next,
at 10 o'clock A. M. by
L'ETE4 . F. LUDWIG, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Orwi
burs, Aug. - 25,183k . 66-4
" OE. TERME T
(free s Pnilacksiits.) .
LADIDa' lo os auulisti,
112ESPECTFULLY tenders her services to
the Ladiei oftitle and the iticinity..and
hopes by the neatness of her work, quick des.
pitch, and moderate gesis to merit a share of
their patronage. 1
Her residence is anliirs. B - i MILIPOWS, opposite
the store tit Masan'. pathans & Co. in Centre
June 2 ' 42
A_ Pew °grieved. fell length prints, of the late
BISHOP WHITP., suitable for framer. knit
retched and for the subscriber. Palee
75 cents. B.- BANNAtit
lug. 32 4 .1838.. 65 . -4 •
_ • •11
4.1x1 • • • Tnist of pod - Lana,
jrNq and • in, in the-trniniddiof,Nown.l
Wain Brach nag The We,*
Branalt Rail Roe 'boat riot sales aqui Salro i.
lull firaien—the ie Joe •or Man Coal We
passing through Oda And.. For information ap.
ly to • JACOB REED.
- • at Pottsville:
Jr Mr. HOFFMAN. I
Matti' 2 34-
Fiddle Notice. •
A" aPyears , chat because Mr. Crane ogi tined
no, patent Mr smellicg Iron oreCiefth
thracite Coal in hit cocntry, many suppose that
they are now-at I liberty to adopt, the inithiid of
smelting Iron orb with Anthracite by the 'use of
a heated air bleat; although I gave notice 1 1 11 t
year that I bad * patent for smelting Iron 0 e
with Anthracite Coal, both by the use of a d
atmospheric and c a heated air blast, I 'would nciw
inform the publi again, thaLon the 14th of Jan.
airy, LEM, I received a letter Worn the Comm'
sinner!! Patent* at Washington n statingi
Upon examining the easeof Mr. Crane's appliia
tion for a patent for Smelling I -on by means tif
Anthracite, I have viewed his elt -* al Interfering
with yew patedt- of Dec, 1833, have giims
better to his attorney of this di ,ion. Every
attempt to smelt Iron ore with antltracite by the
use of a heated kir blast, is an infringement upon
my patent, against which caution and warn
all men; as 1 shall prosecute every une Infringing
upon my rights, according to kyr., And I fur
ther offer to diapose of patent rights for the erect
ing ot furnace*, accoreing to my patent, upon
very moderate' terms.
FREDERICK W. G EISSENLIAIXER.
New York. May 16,1838. 37-1 y
Ithe griindest Ornament belonging to thre'human
frame. How strangely the loss %Wit changes the
countenance and prematurely brings on the appear
ance of old age, which causes many to recoil at being
uncovered, end sometimes even to shun-society to a - 4
void the jests and siteent,of their acqoaintanqe; the re
mender of '
are it lives consequently &Ant in re
short; not even the loss of property fills
the gene drinking youth with that heacy,sinking
gloom as dries the loss of his hair. TO avert ell these
unpleasant circumstances,OLDESDGE"S_ BALM OF
COLUMBIA stops the hair from fall - mg off on the 'firat
applisatioe and a few bottles reunites it again. It
likewise pdocer eyebrows and whiskers; prevents
the hair from taming grey, maker it curl beautifully,
and frees it from scurf. Numerous Certificate of the
first respectability in inippott of the shore ofOldridips's
Balm, are Shown by the proprietors. '-
'Read the Billowing
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq. late Mayor °Obi's:
deiphia, has certified. as may be Been below, to the
high character of the following gentlemen.
The undersigned do hereby Certify tliatwe have used
the Balm OfColunibia discovered by J. Oldridge, and
have Coed it highly serviceable not only as a prevail,
tree 'garnet Me falling off of hair, bet also a certain re-'
storativh. , WAIL TEACHER, Senior,
••• • - , -
Methodist &beater in St. George chirge. •
No 136 North rifthistied.
JOHN P. INGLES, 331 Arch street.
JOHN D. THOMAS. M- D. 163 Race It.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce at
- ' HUGH Mc CURDY. 243 South 7d at.
JOHN GARD, Jr. 123 Arch st.
The aged, and those who Waist in wearing wigs;
may not always esperiente its restorative qualities, yet
it will certainly raise its virtues in the estimation of the
public, when it is known that three of the above sign
ers are more than 50 years bf age,and the others net
less than gO.
[From the Mayor.] •
ecixmormsaLTH OF ,PENNSTLVAit/Ar
City of Philadelphia.. •
I. ROBERT WIIA RTON, Mayor of skid city of
Philadelphia, de hereby certify that I am well acquaint-
ed with Messrs—l. P Inglis, John S. Furey. and Hugh
McCurdy, whose names are signed to the above certi
ficate, that they are gentlemen of character and re
spectability, and as much full !credit should, be given
to the mid•certificate.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand.
and caused the seal of the city to be affixed. thik
[I. S.] sixth day of December, etc. •
ROBERT WHARTON. forayer..
Cantit;o.- - --None, genuine without a splendid steel
engrave 4 wrapper of Falls of flute*, with' agents
Wholesale apd retail by Comstock and bb. 2 Fletch
er Street New Yoik and retailed by
W. T. EPTING.
Pottsville, July 2. DB&
port Clinton Foun
WILL be sold at private sale, the Foundry
" pleasantly situated at Port Clinton, Schoyl.
kill county, on very , retsonable tams. This'
Foundry is at the commehettment , of the Little,.
Schuylkill and Stniquebanna Rail- :Rand, now
making, and will in a alitirt timerbe one of the
best iliplatinne in the country, to do a largebuel.
ness ;For terms, &e. apply to
'PARKE •L' TIERS.
or ISAAC Mt n.%
Iftuniipticin of nasinesa.
VT DRUG STORIIi
E Subsetiber rettirtithis grateful aekno ,
edgements to the citizens of Pottsville and
other‘who stepped forwardlo his assistance af.
ter the loss tif his property by fire in December
last; end would also acquaint them and the
that he has again quitimencesi the
Drn eminees in the house formerly . occupied by
W. Clemens. lb Centre litres*. in the
born gh Of Pottsville, where- may alwlys be bad
a eral assortment Of
t , Oils, itlol6 ,
Andtvaryl taller article in, the above . line. vs bleb
he i disposed to sell on verf lore-Sid acciimasts.
dali' g terms.
Ni B. Er
i lLysiciiina priscripOons c arefully
put Opal. 'the' teak : pi:Sim. • ,
41a2 30 r IEI3B. '
ORE•tir BentOrdiMiNi e tt..
T r ahiabie Real Avert iivrattietani
FOR SAL . • ..•
.trlit ;elder-skein!' • offers for dale allithel- we 11 '''
known three ktiny ,BRICIE4TORIVIAIOi
DWELLING . HOUSE and the . appriiiiiiiitkcis
dilute intents street,
,Potteville, the *openly
bf the tuderwigned," together with Aciitegmliee`.
tenements 112 the rear of laid buildingijetertliii i
kit Of gronnd wh•reon the phocc, wok;
brick building aforesaid, contains ildit - filbet:ist.
.front= finished fivm the liiiseinent, story,th%the
gahet in the tette,tyle ot.woikumillhogidreitti
as a biraineashand and • tesidetthalte - ineii„t::4 ll 4
bourahly situated. The Swegoiiittiro, PrT0 0111
tie bold on Tow and aceemmodatint ternPui.7 . '"litt
of the purchase minty may rematii7-Owilie*p ,
arty for a thw years, if desired..„:Titlilidliputaz• •
ble, and posiession tan be given initnediately,4
apply 16 . G. M. JGNNINGS,
"ROYAL COLLEGE OF
/S HE Original HYgeiare UftiVerrill! Vegetable' ,
Medicine, prepared by W. MISKIN.-'
Member of the Royal College ot Surgisons.Lii:4
bate of Apothecaries Company, Fellow - of Bol;"-- , 1
.Court Society, Surgeon to the Royal(nfou.rin, -
'ion Association, Lancaster place; WOirlocf
Bridge; and Perpetual Pupil of Guayse and St
Thomas' Hospitals, London.
These pills having gained • a celebrity tinparal
-I!eled In' ary section bf the Union are now con-,
Sidered by all those who value goo d health * lnilbAs 4
Peneable as a family medicine—patronizediy
nemOrous'body of the most eminent Physiciani`,.
both 'in this country . and in Eisrope,-ia.sidficientt," ,
it is presumed, to stamp their charactir iti,thele*...,, -
tinsation of sriery thinking man, and it
a far better recommendation than the course re.;: •
sorted to by ignorant and unprincipled pretenderap
who, to mislead and deceive the. public, panliaN
what they call practical proofs and certificates of
Curse.. that exceed all bounds of rations) credibil.'"
ity, and most, of . which, if not all, are either grows"
fabricationa,Or procured by fraud and connivance.'
The editor of the Long Island. Farmer. says
"This medicine has obtained an unprecedented'
degree of well preserved popularity. Having tak
en these pills ourselves to advantage and aritnesar
ed their beneficial effects on others, we have:Mie"
hesitation lc recommending them to the peblie si
is safe, salutary and useful Ibmily medicinit" , -
* * *None are genuine withbut the , signature
the General Agent on the label, by whom! (pit
bove medicine is imported into this country.
JNO. HOLBEIN, )29 Waverly Thee,
Gen'l Agent for U.
A supply oftho above Medicine just. received*
and for sale by B. DA.NNA-N. •
Sole Agent for Schuylkill county..
0 4 .4
Clt , 2C
NO CURE NO PAY.
HAY'S. LINIMEN - 7.
No Fiorrow.-This extraordinary cheitilcaP
composition, the.result of ,ecienceand the inven
tion of a celebrated medical man, the iiiiroductoe
tif whit% to the public was invested with the so=
lionnity of a death bed bery et; has slim gained a'
reputation unparalleled, iti y"sustaining the tor
rectnessat the larneffied. r. Griiiley'a,-leaCcon
cession. that "he dared of ilia • ut giving to
posterity the benefit ofhis hems e hiker&
ject,"and he therefore balueathed his friend ik
'attendant .SoloMorillays, fluisecretof his discove
uscd in the priiicipal hasp . Halo and''
ibis private practice in our Country. first. and
most.certainly for The au s o he Pilerolnd aloe
so extensively and effec al as baffle uredriii-.
ty. unless Where ltieffects are eased.
unify in the following complaints.
Far bMpay.l—Creating extraordinary absorp
tion at once.
All Stsellings..—Reduciug them in a few hemp. ,
Thenetatisms.—Acute or Chronic, giving-quioks
Sore throat.—fly cancers, ulcers, or colds.
Croup, and Whooping Cough.--Externally, and'
over the chest..
AU Brniars, Sprains and Burns; cured in a'
Sores and Ulcers.=Whether fresh or long .tand.
ing and fever sores.
Its operations upon adults and children in re. -
g rheumatic swelltnge l o osening coughs'
and tightness of the chest by- relariation of the.
parts, has been surprising beyond conception...,
The common remark of those who •have used if
ip the Piles, is "It acts like a charrii." -
THE PILE-V.—The price $1 is refiundeiftoint
person who will use a bottle of fEltyls Liniritiot
for the Piles, „return the empty bottle Without
being cured. These ate the pinitineArdera of the '
proprietor to the Agents; and out °Pining thou.,'
sands sold, not one has been unsuccessfbl., •
We might insert Cirtificatesto loylength.but
prefer that those who sell tbenrticlei should lex• .
hibit the original to purchasers., , • 4. ,
• CAUTION.—None can begeriuine'irithocriP
nplendid engraved wrapper, on which •
name, and also that of tate Agentk- !....!-
Sold wholesale toil retail by. COMSTOP iefekv,
Solii.Agentsi 2 Fletcher atre..e. IV. ..-NIP1 1 •
and retail by W. T. EPTlNGiCeittre -
M E PjCSR N R ,tv it ilrio U S
IForeserly Parket* Tarice 6 4-
HAN% removed on the opPosker aide ofCentre!'
Street, a few doors above I"Torwegiatt Street
w'hera they offer for sale`ii select usortnieot
Sisper6de Broad Cloths arid Caseinimirs of the.'
most fashionable eolors. _ with 4n elegant- aufffli r
went of summer cloths. Veettigs. Linen and Cot;
ton Shirts, Collin , . Bosoms . , Spielco; Gloyee4-Sur,
powders, linen and cotton ofsi"
Gentlemen's wearing applorifeiailell wS.I
- to order in the Moat' it*Od'etylit u
the Workminsbip, and witylintrotto St, 0:014„
any in the city or elsewhere.
P. S. P. do Co: keep on hand 'en.ezegkiieiiiitiortl,'
m ent of ready f made Clothes of all krill: Orbit*
Ol be Watt very low ietee. .
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