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Cure for a Coag&. — Taken ill of mustard
seed, a hand full of horserachah, d a hand full
of burdock scraped fine: steep their' in half a gals
lon of wine, and take a gill twie a day on an
empty stomaclh [Jere are hot ingredients. e
nough to take the cold out of anti man,
South dorati no .—The arch n ; rlifier does: not
seem to her; this State in comp! to training; both
Mr. Campbell and Waddy Thoutpion have been
returned to Congress by noble trajorities. Had
not Mr. Calhoun better Make another mu:merest,
he can beat the Bedouin Anibe,all to nothing!
Come now, flip flap, and over we go!
Vsrment.—This is a burl State 114 . elections,
the spirit of old. Stark ;teems to enter so`i mach in
to their compositions, that they. are as obstinate
Ai old Nick.
Twenty ,unsuccessful attempts have been made '
in the Legisktiire to elect an U. S. Senator.
S. J. Phelps 'had the highest 'number of votes,
Messrs. Follet and Kellogs were nest on the list.-
We trust they will succeed by the time Congress
Meets, as the voting was to be resumed.
Native' Pseris s .—Theoyster beds in the Dela
ware, yield petals of l arge rose calor, weighing
no less than five and fire sixteenths carats, worth
about 9140. We shall soon hese our pearl fish
New Yerk.-.-The Gubernatorial and Congress.
tonal Elections in this State, will like place on
Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday next. We shall
look with great anxiety for the result as the
State of parties in the next Congress will be most
materially influenced by its vote.
New Jersey. = Gov. Pennington has been re
elected to the Pubernatorial Chair of this State.
The Weather.—We may now .consider winter
is fairly set In: we have had snow several times
in the course of the week, and_a short period of
such weather will int a speedy check to our .
More Coal.—The Sunbury Gazette says, that
on Wednpsday last the locomotive "North Star.'
-built by Messrs. Garret yid Eastwick of Phila.
delphia, brought in from Shamokin, a distance of
twenty miles, a train of nrryievz cars, contain
ing one hundred and thirty three tone of coal—
tliti weight of the whole train being 425,050
pounds. This engine has but two driving wheels,
and uses nothing but anthracite for fuel. Her
performance upon this occasion is another proof
that coal can be used without difficulty to gener
ate steam in locomotives, and answer the purpose
just as well as wood.
Clear the Traek!—A steamer to New York
from Limerick. (Ireland,) till to start—to run a
cross in 10 or 12 days:
TheAnnuais.—All this year's annuals Eire said
to be remaritable fine.
Steam Ships.—We see it stated that the Great
Western Steam Ship Company have determined
to increase their capital to one milliott pounds,
and that the keels of tour new ships are be laid,
each,fger than the Great Western . At this rate,
the 'Untie will aoua be bridged by steam boats.
Lewis Bonaparte.—The apprehended troubles '
between France and Switzerland have been re
moved by the voluntary departure of the young
Napoleon, he having left Arninberg for England,
and returned his certificate) of naturalization to
the Government of Thurgati.
Course of Steam.—The i p iCommunication be
tween the two great metro litan cities of Europe,
London and Paris, is now mplete by steam.
Eli/6ring Expedition. he Recherche frig.
ate has been compelled to r turn from her north
ern cruise a ft er reaching degrees of latituee.
The intensity of the cold, t e mercury being 62.
below the freezing point of ahreuheit, prevented
the completion_ of their voyiage.
' Doctor Bird.—This ge l ltleman's last produc.
tion entitled "Peter Pilgrim 4 or a Rambler's recol.
lections," is Nightly spoken'of in the Philadelphia
press. A series of detach 1d tales form the con
tents of the work'.
Canadian Prisoners.-11)eller 'and Dodge who
escaped from the fortress lo f Quebec have been
seen near Frampton do lbr way to the United
State:s. . I
important to Mr. Painter.—A "kabbitch
weighing 30 lbs. has beed raised in Bradfar.
Resignation —Mr. Pre ties of Mississippi de.
clines a renomination for .ng.lici.)
litor of the Globe has
le effects of the recent
not died in ecstacy from
election in Ohio and this
ruptured another blood ye
The Cedroa Nat.—Phi
Bogota; and in on infaLlibl
all poisonous reptiles 'an• rabid animals. Its
cultivation will consequelly become a matter of
great utility. It is sai the natives where it
grows, encounter the blot snakes Ike., with as
little fear as we do that o the musqueto; being
armed with this antidote +. any evil effect.
VICTORY 1N N
The Governor and
decided the votes for
the 'entire Whig Ti.
members of Congress
Only is 287.
The Editor of the Was , ington Examiner holds
the following language with reference to the
state of political Ethics and the consequent
practice that distingurii the present laws.—
There is too much truth the remarks fo make
"Party spirit is debsain public morals to the
lowest degree. The pra ices which have grown
into vogue have nullifi d the force of virtu
ous; example, and Jewell the influence of all
menkitbag vulgar stand d which acknowledges
no superiority but brute , orce. Principle, con
sistency and truth, remit , a. little respect as the
beautiful temples of the st when they were over.
ran by the rusirthetrn . , lens: What will be the
, . . , •
end . of ti all, heavens o nly knujite. The anarchy
of the French reinotottoil Indy bits typeof our dei:
tiny, or the downfall and desttuctiou of Babylon.
Sodom and Gomorrah 4buld acme have deserved
a worse fate. Religion And piety, andoatriotiern,
and morality, have no check 'the unbridled
course of party spirit. L lt s vortex absorbs them
all, and whirls men's lade into a tempest of
reckless passion end fury that overwhelms all
battlers. Fraud, triolebee, profanity and perju
ry, rule the hour at thetballot boxes !men in au
thority, corrupted by the love: of office, descend
from their high placeiO to engage In the vulgar
and selfish scramble; ti eves and robbers fall up
on the Sub - treasules ere the public treasort is
"exposed to be plendeifed by an hundred hands
where one could not reach it" 'before,. and the
i very ramifications o ' ial and private life are
invaded by all MOD er iof bitterness, strife, pre
judice, malice and ncharitableness. All society
to be cony dby a moral thunder gust, 1
and the prospect of returning rectitude and peace,
lies only in the hope that the moral atmosphere,
like the heavens after an electric 'flash, may be
purified by the special interposition of the red
arm of the Ariptglity.";
ANOTHER "DELICATei AZIAHIL."—tt seems that
Louisville has of late been specially favoured, with
interesting accidents. ;According to the Reporter
a certain gentleman df that city, one day last
week, made sundry highly . exceptional advces to
a young and very beautiful married woman.
The first approach liras through a billet dons,
which breathed the fondest aspirations and which
the lady very properly laid before her lard. He
forthwith instructed her what meswige of invita-
tion to forward by thd dark abigail, appointing
an interview, which accordingly took place in the
"husband's chamber, hi; being secreted under the
bed and well armed. The gentlman's proposal of
absconding—ot eqUipage and establishment in
the south—high living—dress and enjoyment—
were all displayed in due form; but Just as the
inamorata attempted tin embrace, the lady flung
his hands from her indignantly, saying—" Vi
llain you_ shall now reap the fruits of uir insul
ting proposals—husband protect met" The has.
band at the first wdrd rushed from under the bed
flourished his bowiekinfe, molting a few cuts of
no great-danger withlit, the defendant guarding.
himself in a corner by means of a raised chair. A
neighbour came in and took the bowie knife, to
kill the delinquent, who, by this time, had edged
out to the,door,apd mien a start—they in pursuit.
The chase lasted to near the Louisville hotel,
where the gallant, gay, Lothariu received a blow
of a club that somewhat deranged the composure
of his cokotenanee, aid the crowd interfered to
save him. How the 'affair is likely to terminate
we dont yet know.
Sehurylkill Coal Trade.
Shipmerits of Coal for the week, ending on
Thursday evening laiit;
Delaware Coal Co
S B Reeve & Co
George H. Potts,
Bell it Bolton
'Michael Murphy •
N A Coal Co
Silly nian & Nice
Manes & Spencer
S Heilner • •
Bennet & Taylor
Hodgson 4 no
Devils & Olwine •
J. C. Cirsovms
Putts & Barman
T,C Williams 4 co
- L Chapman
R G Lelar
Payne 4 Allen
Palmer di, Garrigufts
J S Buckle 4
Totten & Ulhorn
Hewes, Baber & Co,
Wm Wallace & Co
Per last report;
LITTLE SCIIU YLKILL CQA I. TRADE.
is quite low, having
grows plentifully In
remedy for the bate of
231 per last report
The following is the amount of Coal transpor
ted on this Rail Road, fur the week ending
on Thore!Jay evening last:
. per fast report
1 ' rivi Council have
'on.rcaa in favor of
.giving it SIX
The following us the amount of Coal transported
on this Rail Road for the , weak ending on
Thuisdax evening last, - . 6,112 too.
Per laist Report 132,167
THE TI M ES
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD
The following is the amount of Coal transported
on Phis Road for the week ending on Ral c orday
evening last, 2,900t0ns
Per last report, , 64,212
29 Jos Thotims
30 Jam Bradford
31 F. Kepnar
1 L. McLane
26 W ivird
MOUNT CARBON RAIL ROAD.
NATHAN CLEAVER. Collector,
WEST BRANCH RAIL ROAD.
ROBERT C. MILL, Collector
H. - H. POTlS,C4illectar
TIIII 441. TIMM
A meeting of the citizens of Schp
county will be held at Stager's Ho;
this Borough, on W-ednesday Eveni
7th of November, at 7o'cleek, fbr the
pose of taking into consideration th i
moval of the Seat of Justice to Putt;
' NOTICE.—Those persons who may ,;
rout of forming , a Glee Assoeirdiert, for t
pose of spending ari agreeable hour Mai
long winter evenings that are before o f
please meet at the public school rootb of
Harne's store, in Centre Buret, three doo
J. J. Shoemaker's/store, on Monday eveni
sth lost. at early !candle light. , •
It Et IMt OF THE mAititivr!
Pottsville, Nmzother 3,
WHEAT FLOUR. by the load was worth )
day #8 25•
WHEAT 1 65 per Pushel, is demand. .
RYE. FLOUR 2 fill per cwt. in demand.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 325 per cwt in
RYE, by the load 95 cents' by the bushel,
RYE CHOP 85 cents per bushel in dem'
OATS 53 cents—ready sale.
POTATOES-- 87; cents per barbel is
CORN-90 cents per bushel in demand.
CLOVER SEED-49 00 per bushel.
TIMOTHY SEED $2 50 per bushel.
FLAXSEED--$1 45 per bushel in cleinao
WHISKEY-45 cents per gallon.
BUTTER-24 cents per pound—in Kegs
EGGS-12 cents per dozen.
LA RD—lli cents per pound.
TA LL OW— lOcents
: per pound.
HA MS 131 cents per pourd.
CORN CHOP . 85 cents per bushel iid en
BACON-13 cents 'per pound.
BEESWAX-20 cents per pound.
FE ATIIERS-62 cents per pound. -
COMMON WOOL-40 cents per pound
MACKEREL, by the bbl. No 1. $12.00 10 2, $ll
SALT-2 50 per bb1.;75 per bushel
PLASTER .is worth 7 50 per tob.
HAY $lB per ten. I •
DANVILLE ACADE, Y.'
NOTICE is' hereby given that the ale de
partment of this institution will tit} opened
on or before Monday, the 12th of Neveber, for
giving instruction in all the branches of lassical,
and the higher branches of English E °cation.
Arrangements have been made to place the
school on • most respectable and pei a n•anent
fueling, and parents may rest assured, t t Jevely
opportunity will be afforded to their sots to ob
tam an education that shall fit them for any stn
lion in life, they may be called.
The President of the board, who will ;exercise
a general supervision over the school, l pledges
himself that no exertion shall be spared to give
Parents abroad, are notified, that board on
moderate, terms may be obtained in respectable
private families in the village, and that their
sons will have an opportunity of attending on
the service of the Episcopal, Presbyteriain, Meth
odist, or Lutherialt, church, as mar be preferred.
The Episcopal, Methodist, and Presbyterian
Clergymen, will take upon themselves the par
ticular guardianship of any youth that may be
committed to their care.
By order of the Board of Directors.
D. M. HALLWAY, Prost
JoHN C. Boyo, Sec.
At Private Sale. l
T HE Subscriber contemplates leaving Potts
vine in a short time, and wishes o dispose
of all her Household Fatniture. Co isting in
part of Mahogany Dinning Tables , ierre d 0..,
Hair seat Sofas with pillows, Piano urte, and
Stool, one doz. Rush scat Chairs ugh color, 40
yds. Ingrain Carpeting, light do.. Ste / du. with
rods, Vanitian Blinds, Astral Lamps. i ll frame
Looking Glasses, Beds, and fledges s, Wash
Stilt, together with a general ass rtment of
K n furniture, including one is erbock
Stove, with all the apparatus complete •
M. W. LEI
To the Public.
AtCTION NOTIC :
'VHF. undersigned respectfully be a leave to
announce to the public, that he ow resides
to the Borough of Pottsville, and is • all times
ready and willing to perform such d "es as-are
amenable to his occupation, (Auction r) in which
capacity he served the public for t last ten
years to their satisfaction, in the rough of
Any person having articles of household furni
ture to dispose of, applying at any of the pub
lic houses in this bormgh may be informed of the
stage-fiber's residence. -.
Farriers and others wishing to dispose of hors
es at public sale, will be punctually attended too,
by giving the subscriber notice of their inten
tions. . '
The subscriber. is under the impression, tha
he will by strictly attending to his business, mer
it a reasonable share of public patronage; charg
C(NAME to the Stable of the subscriber, at
ILiChapman's Mines, I near Coal esatle, about
two months ago, a Red and White Spotted Cow,
middling ole. The owner is requested to come
forward, prove property, pay charges and take
her away, otherwise shtpil be sold according to
CAME to the promises of the
Wednesday the 24th of Octo
and .W hits spotted Cow, with a calf
old. Tho owner is requested to
prove property, par charges, and tak
otherwise she will be sold accord in
Minctsville Nov. 3
CAME to the stable of the palsied
41 - 1 at East Schuylkill Haven, abon
go, a large BAY HORSE, about
with a star, in the forehead and ani
er is requested to come forward, pr.
pay charges 'and take him away;
will be sold according to low.
miLLER di.. HAGGERTY hay
ANAL large assortment of Clotho, C. . 1
Sattinerti of various collars, (ethic
domed by them at the Philadelphia a
tiR be sold at a small advance.
WILLIAM , PAYNE.
r, • Black
at 1 week
• her ■way,
len days a. ,
WILL be mold at Publie Sale, on Wednesday'
v v the 7th of Diovernlgi mat, at the.Poblin
House of Hugh Hiritlcy, in theigten ofPurt C.r•
boo, at 2 o'clock, P. M. a &aid NA! Boas, ca
ed . Daniel O'connel.,. which 1. of of the'
' , tin* materials, and has run alit tivo.yetari, to
gether with. the Boat Fut nitrite;
. 'Perma C 4is t i ;._
.on hand a late the estate of george Lgene. &ceased, '.
imereB and . - ANN , E.:VONS; - -."
were par. • . - 4 - Administratrun
ctume,) and '; ' - HUGH KINSGEY, '
56 , Por(Carboo; October 20 ,183 K . 82...
1 %. • i
- - Pri*sae , rdhag. - .. • .
A law laiardeti can .be: tea atekiii a
4 4- im. pleaainteentral 'kiwi' ng in the vi.
cinitt Optia Post 00* ind • a , odiagy. Ap.
%at this Office, 6 , , „ . • 1 •
. _ •. . . AO--
. . , „ ..
Cali at the New„..Stoire •
I DLER &. LIAGUER'I'Y tra received
3 1•theii Fall sod Winter. &applies of Pry
Goods, and wilt sell Wholciale and Retail arrai
.prices for cash.
AA i m,xl annoriment of French ; English, ind
Merinos for Pa le at„ . reduced prices
MILLER & 'HAUG k.',RTY:
Nov: 3 : • • -- . • 30—
Plain and Figured Silks,
AL.59 - Moue-aline De Laib end painted
Chilly% received rod for File by
MILLER & HAGGERTV.
FRESH FRUITS Sc.
LEMONS, Fig Raisins, -Grapes, Groundnuts,
Walnuts, Filberts, Almonds, Cranberries,
all New Crop, slid in fine order, just received
and, for wile by .
JOHN S2C. MARTIN.
Nov. 3 1 SO
alitissery Dress .711akfsig.
MKS. MACDONALD and Miss BARTL'E.,
begs leave to inform the Ladies of, Potti
villa and its vibinity that they
from the cities of New Yojk and Philadelphia,
with the latent and most tashionabie Patterns,
brought by the late arrivalk—and intend to
carry on the Millinery Ac' Dress Making Busi
ness in all its branches. -
Mrs. M. r eturns thanks to the Ladies of Pottsville
for their generous patronage heretofore, and re
spectrally solicits a continuancelof their favors to
the new firm, which they will endeavor to Merit
by their assiduous efforts to-oblige and please.
Residence, corner of Centre aPd Union streets,
nearly opposite the Post Office.
Nov. 3 20-3 t
Brick Brisk !!
120,000 at g tc kiln, Brlc nkieoar for
Port Ca r
ben' Alyiy to'
At the Kiln, er
H. PARKER, NiueOre.
THE subscriber hereby gives NOtice that he
will open a School, on Tuesday the 30th
inst, at the House•of Mr. James Lang, tort Car
bon, for the purpose of giving Instructions on dif-
ferent Musical Instruments, such ai clarionett,
Trumpet, Bugle, Horn,:df.c.&c. on the most rei
Cotillion Parties will be supplied' with Music
on opplicstion. at- the shortest notice.
Juvenile Bands will also r4ecive Instrdclions
by applyng to the subscriber. i
JAM • LIETB:ERSIY.
Port Carbon, Oct- 27, 1838 49-3
FrHE hulls of two old Canal boats la . iing in
1 the bavon belonging to the estate.of the late
Lend Ellmaker, near the termination of the Potts
ville and Danville rail'road, will be sold actor.
ding to law, if not removed.
HENRY J. WILD,
ilia, Oct. 29.1838
CAME to premises of the Delaware Coal
ny, near Minerssille,nn the 23d day
of Oct r jr inst., a GR&J MARE, aor,ul 9or 10
year old. The ownerresioested to come for.
ward, prove property, pay charges and take her
away, otherwise she will be sold according to
Superior Family Flour. '
'DECEIVED on convignMent, from the Ague
"' duct Mills, several k i ds superior family
flour, for sale by
October 27, 1838
New Fall -& Winter
JUST received and now opening at the Glicap
Cash Store, a large and general assortment
of Fall and Winter Goods, which will he sold on.
usually cheap for e.sh, or exchanged for country
Dry Goods of every description,
GroCeries of all kinds, -
Queens Glass Ware,
-Boots and Shoes,
Otter, Fur and Hair Seal Cal*,
Ready made Clothing of all kiiids,
Fish, Salt, &c
October 2;7, 1838. 49
COWICK alldUialS G.
THE Subscribers respectfully announces to.
the Citizens of this Bueough and Region, and
their friends in general, that they are prepared to
manufacture tq order, and will constantly keep
on band, at the corner of Goal end Norwegian.
Streets, in the Borough of Powering, CAR--
RI AGM, BA R OUCH ES, PHAETONS, BUG
GIES, SULKIES, DEARBORNS, GIGS, &c
of the very best materials, slid at the loWest rates.,
All work. entrusted to theif care, they will war.
rant to b*, manufactured egtiil to any in. the
county or elsewhere, both ,in pointneatneLl
and durability. They bopq that the public before
parehasineelsewhere, will call,' oznmiselind
judge for thentselves. • -
All kindrrof Vehicles repaired at the shOrtest
notice, and on the most seifommodating terms:
BENIVALLE 1 - 11LBUSfi,
• IR ILL'
• Pottsville, August 25. 66-4 mo
/Wish * :
REnnishowen Irish W hiskey .Tsom the
°F- I °' celebrated (Peunybuirr atillery.) receiv
ed intrOu silt by
4 hll LL ER. & HAOGY:RTY.
October 27, IKIB. • • - 49.731:60
Cloths Cassimeres and Sattinetts.
A LARGE and splendid assortment of Clothe,
dissimeres and Rattinetts,. of all colors and
prices, juit.. received' and Will be sold .10
eent - cheapei than the samequality can be bought
Silk Shirts jk. Drairers.
A N elegant Wick for those' who do otilite
Pa. flannel; a perfect preventative of rhetmaitam . ,
just received and for sale cheap 41 , •
B. T. TAYLOR.
OCtober 20, 1838
Coal Land for Salt.
rivillE subscriber offnrs for Sala i valuable tract
1 of Wal Land, situate on the Broad Mountain,
in Schuylkill county. 416 acres, more or leas.-
- the Mammoth, Juggler and Pine Knot Veins,
have been provid on tins tract. There are also
saieral other celebrated vein/ on the same, and is
well timbered. The terms occomodaiing and the
title :indisputable. Fur turtherjoartienlars en.
rennaylvinia HaPI, Pottevillei
Oct. 20, 1838
Miners' Bank rfPottsville, in the cattatly
A N election for thirteen: Directois of the above:
institutitr,•to seer° the ensuing year, will bb'
held at the tanking House. between the hours of
10 o'clOck,:A. M. and 3 P. M. on Monday the
19th of November next.
CHARLES LOESER.. •
.„. • Cashier.
A. general meeting oT the Stockholders will be.
told atihe Banking liouse, on Tuesday the 6th
of November next. •
October 90, 1838.
Pascal Iron 'Works Ware
, house. - -
No. 77 South Third Street, S. E. coiner Watr.o
Morri.4 l Taker orris ,
IRON Founders, and Manufacturers of coal
Grata, Furnaces, Kitchen Ranges, Bath Boil
ers, Perpelual Ovens, dc.c. Welded- Wrought
Iron "Fttbett, for Steam, Gas, Hot Water, &c.
Da.vx s s Safety Lamps
' of the first Construction.
Patterns fur the foundry received, and castings
delivered at the Warehouse, Third do `Wa lnut St.
AL Stray Horse.
• CAME to the Farm of the Dela.
ware Coal CoMpany, at Minersvifie,
4 1 1 11 k on Saturday, the .14th 'day of Octo•
ber inst., a BAY NURSE, with a
whitc star in his !brelhead, two white.
hind teet, about 9or 10 years old. The owner is
hereby notified to come forward, prime property,
pay charges and take him aikay, otherwise he
will be sold according to law. .
Minersville, October 20, 1838
A Red Cow.
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber about,
a fortnight since, with face, belly and four
feet all white, and
ANOTHER RED COW,
with a white face, came to the same enclosure on
Tuesday night last. The owners arc requested
to call, pay charges, and take them away.
at. the Bull's Head.
October 13, 1838.-
I , IH E undersigned, Truatess of the Pottsville
Institute, have,the pleasure otimpouncing.to
the public that they have en l isted Mr. Charles
W.-Pitan,a graduate of Dtc neon College, as a
Teacher in the said Institute, which was opened
'''for the receptiod of pupils on the Bth init. The
trustees believe Mr. Pitman to be well qualified
for the discharge of the duties which will devolve
upon him, to asmuch as they have receivedithe
strongest testimonials and assurances from the
President of the said College in favor of his
skill, and capacity. The terms of tuition will be
made known by. application !.0 the trustees or e
BENJAMIN W. CUMNI G,
SAMUEL B. F ISHER,
JOHN C. OFFERMAN.
The following Gentlemen have been chosen
managers for the ensuing year.
JOSEPH G. SHIPPEN,
SA-M UEL LEWIS,'
WILLIAM F. DEAN,
Pottss4llle,Dct. 13, 1838. • 80-4'
• Ifior .Sale.
valuable measuage, tenement and - tract of
/IL land, situate in Wayne.towniigip, Schuylkill
County, adjoining' landa of John Bny4fer, Ddriiel
Berger and ixtbers, containing SO r ecres bf which
are fourteen acres wood land well timbered, and
fiveatrea excellent meadow, the remainder bicker
in good limns and well ienkivatect, the improve:
menu are a two Story ,Weatherboarded Dwelling
Muse with a Kitchen !Miami', a Baal and a
W river Shop, and is nevelt failing . Spring with ex
eyllent watertlese at hand. Tosetvaion & a good
title will be gittitori the fihit day of April 'ineit f
Terms et:the Sale can be been ofbit the owner
on the grem v lin.
Oclobet 13, Mg
• - For Sale,: •
A'valiouablelract of Coal . Lund,
ir,,YING and being in the tovenibip oiNorwe.
wegian,r.d thy Wear Bra n ch near th e W est
arenehMlail Road, about four miles tram ROA.
llavoitt.retbere' ie a Jne or more Coal Vein;
pasamothrough. this .aud. For informatiuri4
ly to . JAL'OB BED. - •
• ur Mr. HOFF'MAII,
Allarch 14 2 .1 . Reading.
Floors gs Words.: •
`ArtAROLINA worked flooring . boardiia .
tongued and' grooved ready "for laying, 1
II mill I Cluebey of difre!ent quality and prime,
constantly orOand, and for sal<in lots Ito Snit
patclititiers;uport apeication,krietter to
- • 1 ,- ;TAMES 31..
." Plaint Ilailanat Wharf , N. LT Plffla.T.ci.
' • or MILLER eff*GERTlr; ' •
april 257 al—lf'
1014e3i4iiiiity lkiA l 7
von n 1
utmeat e snail= Is
/lot/tin - tilt pia and sthder trate:
nstatirsereesti lcu.ettr*llli userentrtstritlit.
BACON. BICKFO D, EALES &. 1 COt ' '
81318.1111.1 RT, - eroxp, 0113. 1,,e,-.
Numerous reeeminenda ory'eertificatermight be
given. but the toiltiwig, which brit:diem:Wei
rho properties ef..1141, use, is dstinekauffirdiCA,
. The Fuse serteisedeg tfib Plithilif-iitialtilrk.
'wing, and -Match. 1 , . - .... -,": :,- - -
SAV LNG seen trio Plitent Safety r,,,,,,0,8ia.t.
ing, tested to our iiabstaction.,weicheerfelly
certify - that we are con traced II miss much time
and laboradds to the three of the blest—mien"
certaiety;and renders hlasiing perfectly esk.--;%,
Besides, it is, we think,)cheaper than the dimmer/ . '
straw fuse. For dry !sleeting it is • :greak im 3
prevenient; but , for. blittting in wet ground. it is
an valuable; Messrs. Ditching & Co.„ contree-.
tore on the Erie canish certify that they.. have
been engaged in the Cornish mines, Englifusda -
where the Fuse is exclusively used, and: that it
has never, to their kiiriwlcdge, caused is miscir.;' •
riage. They confirm our shove expressed spins •
ion of its value. ,We inake no doubt that It*lll '
soon be In universal us
.0.- . 4 e , )
' DAVID HAMIL r
.. Superinten cut repairs. Erie Canal.
W. J. MoALPINE,
Assistant Engineer, Erie Canal enlargeMent.
• J. HciILIGHTON ~
En inter Cohoes Cottipsny,
Co, N. Y. Dec. 837.
The Fuse is sold at he *cry ion , price pf ONII '
CENT PER FOOT. -.-
,N. B. The common Fuse answers ,for wet.
Misting, but for blasting under water, or where
a miscarriage would be of serious consequence
41 4Vvreg. Fuse" should be did, mode speciality
, for sui.h places.. Prict, two c ents per fuot,:cprt
resounding with th%increased cost of makidg. •
For Sale by B. BANNAN. .
Sole Agent for Schuylkill County. -
Pottsville. Oct. 17, 1838. 8t- .
AMOS - LEWIS, tlespeditully 'inform& -Idi
frieNts find the pbblic generilly, that lie has
:lost received a general assortment of Fall and
Winter GOON mong ; which are •
. Superfine Cloths and Sattinetts, Gro de Naps
Merino, English and. , French do. Lustring .Gro
de Swiss': Punk de Sol, Gro de Nap and 'Benehew.
Silks, Foreign and DOmestic prints, Black. Runk
bovine, Popa lino, Meelnu Shatele & Elhkk&..
het, Silk and Cotton ;11-lidkfa. Jacnneti C a mbric,
Barred Muslin; &linnet, Hialiop Lawn; BOUlt
lin, Shies' end India-, Moll' Edgings, Insertisgei .
Quinines! &c. Hoskin; Kid, Silk, Cotton, Woolen ,
Buckskin and Berlin Gloves, Mohair, Silk, Lambe
wool, Worsted, Courin and Woolen Stocking.
Silk and Cotton Velvet, Vestings, Flanels, Bever ,
teen, Fustian, Genoa Cord, Washington Jean,
Brown .and Blacked Muslins, Linen andCottun
Di illhigs, Bird Eye, Linen and Cotton Didpers 4
. Apron and Furniture Check 8-4, 9.4, 1,04, 11 4; •
and 12-4, Rose Blankets, Silk Flag and Pongeu,
Black Italian Cravats, Satin and Zomba.
tine Stocks, Collars. Bosoms. Grim. - Elastic,
Worsted and Cotton Suspenders. Silk and Cotton
Suspender, Silk and Cotton Umbrellas, Liniba
wool Shirts, &c. 4c. All of!whicti will be sold
at the lowest prices.,
Pottsville, Sept. 29, 1838. 76--
THE prorietor of the Pennsylvania Hall Refecto!.
ry, returns thanki to his friends and the public is
general. for the patronage be his heretofoie received.
and ftom the effort, he has made and will continue
to make, to gratify allin his line of business, be hoped'
to merit a continuance of your patronage.
JOHN SILVER has made arrangements with Mr.
Robert Harmer. of chi "Cornucopia," No. 44, •Nortft
Third street, Philadvflphia, fora supply of all the
'delicacies which the Whiladelphia market can alfotti
during the Winter seSaon.
Bud or Fare.
• i. WINES: .. . . .
Old Madeira Winer. • ~ per bottle. 2K.
Old Pale Sherry Wine, do • 200,
Old Brown d,o do 2 00.,
Old Port do do 200.
Old Lisbon do - do 1 PA
Champaigne, (Paiinetto,) do - 2 (V
d.. Napoleon, di. 2 00
do Woodcock, ' do 2CO
do Victoria, do • 4.; 200
Pepper's, Smith's & Sechel's XX Pale Ali.
Apartments are always in reaclinela for Supper
Parties, &c. and those who call may expect to receive
Pottssille. Oct. 17; 1838
Will he Sold at
TWO Story Frame House occupied as
- 221 . Store; a frame stable in, rear and lot' of
ground in the tows} of Narnicia, hi the township
of Roaring Creetc, id - the County of Columbia,
eonntaiing in front• 10 feet, arid to depth 210 feet,
os thereribouts,'No. 8.
&let of ground containing 4 acres 134 perchest,;
part Of a larger tract called Nathan7s Farm, in
the town of Numidia, atorewiid.
An undivided eighth part el a tract of Cottl
Land, in the township of Roaring Creek,County,
of 'f'.olitnibia;. cantaining 135 acres 88 web**
Lot of Ground N 0.3 in tba coven of Nut Cltr
bon, situate on the North aide of rottiorilli street;
25 feet front,'loo feet deep.
;Two Lots of Ground situated onjhe-east shirt
of Main street, Nos. 4 and 6 each; ? Q; fee t rait;
210 feet deep, in thilown of Numidia
.1 do. adjoining slid town containing 6230 illness
feet. . ,
Tract of Land in . Cherry township, Lyccuningr,
County, containing 49 acrea 9 percher wore or
The ‘Otsdivided ;moiety of three lois of groom!' ,
eftrate in (be town of Shinerarilte,* the;trarkf,;
61 1/Mr:elts_rry. Lycoming Count:ll4lf acre lots
Noy. 25;26, 27, Pot Aah loth. ';'" _
The_undsvided moiety of three lobs, kg 1110,h:rim ;
aforesaid, knoWn as the Pot Ash out Ws Nem 26,
.10;'27, amtainistEmix acres.
• The undivided moiety of lot No. )5 eontaihine
• The um4isitied moiety of lot No. 46 Matkicing
' For further partibolars and term' , apply to
BEN3ASIN W. CUIVI . MIN,G, •
Attorney at t i aar, eentra .streeqro,tioyille..
Oct. 17;1838. • .. _ ; • ..81-4f
... . • • •
STfrior Beater and F9p t ;,Cll_
S 0 Green Blue 'and Scarte • Mis7l6,
- ' • -- -- ,
Blankets for ror • co.,e. just received 1r1 1 4.;
. Pilltinrilli. Oct I) It3B. ~...„". 1;14 ! ..,=-7: :r"