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Ins trance Company...
004,AL 4 tUTIIORISED BY LAW, tjarso,llloo,,
•ItilirAKE both limited and pergettral Insurances'
1.V.1L on Brick, Stone or Frame Buildings, &ores:
Ho T'taltlet, hlexchandize, Form
, enti Property Ofia ery description, against loss
•cir . la by FIRE.
A.RINE A VD TIVLARD'YNSORANCE..
he Delaware County, Insurance' company wil.
.alsti insure against toss on all kinds of marine risks
and against the damage or loss upon the transportn.
•ticbs'of goods, aisres,-and mercandise by water, or by
Tatllvsay,opon terms as favourable as any other is
atjt_Fpir any fuitherinformation on the subject of in
eurance,• either against Fire, marine or inland risks.
Aptly to jIEN R. G. ROBINSON. A qerit.
3.4-tf At Schuylkill Haven.
• . .or WILLIAM B EVITS,
- :i - SPRING GARDEN -
rire 'lnsurance Company.
siii , tK.E both limited and derpetual Insurances on
LlJlBrick, Stone or Frame Buildings, Stores. Hotels
Maii, ' alTllB..Sta bleti, Merchandise ,- Forniture,and,
, Pro ityttaf every descry' ion,agai net I oss or damage
by , IRE.. • r
. Bhedsubacriber Ms been appointed Annsrefor the
above mentioned Institution and is now prepared. to
ma • e lizseuntotcnis apon every desert ption of property
at t e lowest rates. BENJAMIN BANNAN.
• ' 0t1avi11e,Feb.27,.1036. 15
LAND NAVIGATION INSURANCE
, CA,PITAL AUTHORIB4I3 BY LAW, $500,1390.
' 'CHARTER PERPETUAL, .
AKE both limited and perpetual In s u ra nces on
~. . i3srielt, Stone or Frame Bui ldi riga.Siores, Hotels,
Iffi la, Barns, Stables, Merchandise,. FOrniture, and
Pr p erry of every description, against lobe or damage
tathe subscriber has been appointed Amityr for the
e mentioned Institution and is now prepared to
e Lasnaaaces upon every description ufprdperty
.at h e 104 est rases. BENJAMIN BA i• 1 N.
• 'ottsville, Feb 25 1837 15:.
Jug undersigned, Trustess of .the Pulteville
Distitute have the pleasure of announcing to
piihlic that they hive engaged Mr. Charles
Pitmart, a graduate of Dickinson College, as a
actsar in theisatridniiiitutc, which was opened
the reception of pupils on the Bth inst. The
stow believe Mr. Pitman to be well qualified
the discharge °Me duties. which wilt devolve
osi-hitn, to asinuch as they have received the
pages,. testimonials and assurances from the
esidant of the said College in favor of his
and capacity. The terms of tuition pill 'be
de known by application to the trustees or the
[ BENJAMIN W. CUMMING,
SAMUEL B. FISHER,
JOHN C. OFFERMAN. •
he following Gentlemen have been chosen
,•, , agars for the ensuang veer.
• JOSEPH G. SHIPPEN,
- • CHARLES LAWTON;
- - 'WILLIAM F. DAN
, CHARLES SHIPPEN,
• ottewrille, Oct. 13, 1&18. 80-11
For Sale. •
•atlnable :rnessusge, tenement and traeiof
land, situate in Wayne titwitaliip, Seli4!kill
only, adjointugdands of John Snyder, Daniel
rger and others. containing ii(, acres of which
fuorteett setys wood, land well timbered, and
- acres excellent meadow, the remainder is clear
7 good fences and well cultivated, the improve
ii.ents are a two Story Weatherbearded Dwelling
IFtouzo with a Kitchen:attached; a Barn and • a
% Saver Shop. and a neve, failing Spring with ex
cellenti water cliwo at haod. Possession & a good
Ile will be given on the first day or April next,
erins of the Sale can be beardlof by the owner
•'. the premises.
I 'October 13, Ifiatif
eIUANNAN has commenced a Book Bind:
" cry in connection wain lain Book Store,
Where all kinds of Books will be bound at Um
stickiest not ine at low rates.
Blank Books lake;
of every description made to order at the lowest
4' tea —and Ole trade supplied wholesale at Phila.
April 11 -
Cobb's School Rooks. .
BAN,NAN has just received a flesh sup
• ply of - Cobb's School Books. such as •
Spelfing Books. •.
Rolfders No's. t. 2, acd 3,
I Arithmetics• No's. 1 and 2, and North A.
Cobb's Watiters.D.ctionary, Ac.
Which will be supplied wholesale at very low
' , raft to Store Keepers.
A.ROIAN A worked flooring boards.' plough
efloongued and grooved ready for laying, 1
aintit inghoo of diffe-ent quality and inlays
aping, on hand, and fur dale, in lota to sui
robliii'ere, upon. application by letter, to
- r JAMES- M. - PATTEN,
Planing Machine , Wharf, N. L. Phila. CO.
or 24114,iLEV. & 11..M31G,ERTY.
apai 31-4 f -* I Pathan,.
To , Miners, and Colliers.
D.A.vr ! s• SAFETTLAMP S.
- iwitOlifinft Iran Tobeeritit Serewitod
, *Sockets, from jof a:n inch, tolj in 0,084,
•is:,ternai s diamttor Soluble for ramps for saleby
MORRI. TASIC ER St MORRIS; .
• • 3.1 end Wolaittllt fhilai
Supt. 12 ,1898 .71;64f
DDEAL Eiriliiihikitai.ivisb : Wiliskey fthra4he
lamiceleltrated • ( rcnoj 4 uin •recihr:
Mlll4,ilt & zaciagtrrY.
or,tobr.fit, 18110: • 49.460
t• 2 .
• •f• • r • ' N fwi t it,- . 0.. •
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,)1.1Ki5-B11V• t I A l F-A t. lt v .g t 4- t
Atrii A , NDEFECT;;-Wheicalog , wian l -: e ..e
n l - 1- .ertlfic'yfiMedf brilenotkelehatlopglieewitigenar,
i rat elm llyttri public, 001 10 00 i bleelegr-A# l leSalt- 11
le g p r a r b e , "Os imueely in - 40 power tit - sceptietant to
doubt it oirtneit.-oilifenotro dimytheigi.-.,.. • .. • ~., . i
Wired it tires achie v ed natreicentkir4hrareei irl nit'
it e lo q s - o".I i whit% Sistsunert t#a dolaPittltiorg - of f hhre,
beastful protensitlx and Imili seeered4i:artiniipiciwritir.
statithitlin if itched - lOWA', by; intidomiqWdfth'skifie, -
its profiti 1•• may pointo4 trie eatureitif iter iniperir
ority, Sillii tectirrimedle -fiteptediM• ofiiiithiaili=
wesion i . °gibe itestintr; •la .2. .- - .45 , , A
ThO, C.A OMILB „FAMILY.' APERIENT'
MAO, --'' tifaeuared - lir Dr. VillietriErnyinifet TOII
Chtithilreit Wald dot *quire his 'exPlantrboi•till
their acknioWledged .efficsey—fer theAnostieminetit;
phyalclansthrtiughirtit tbellidnitedAitates willfreay, I
if a#led ito, statethorensons which have Moluiced
them pp to r etihirtmendthcOreextensivelyand.skarmft :
asditty do. And thole- impious are, 444.41m01jud!..
ions nnethc pes iit neverinjele amen the ufbst-dehcariit
o'asiita'tit.wt'; an - have,. td alniihtt every inditidtial;
mumTr which they are Plismibed, a Marked. an dole'. ~
dent, truly happy and peNtairieqt etficaej•., • Phyla
eiane.omMover.ame that they tweet offered m e rle
Plibli4lallY quack llwlr mi,l l, Purl/Yin; 'the blood,
to. the , utte destruction o the stomachMnd bowels.
Piirifitheblood (roman d huinore,they end&
nisibliAti ;Out not by deitroying these cistern.. by
whirl( Blurt the blood acari beenstained. They are •
com m ns ] upon a theo4 which supposes aotourach
40 b e o- essential age* to health ;- and food, well'
digested. ben valuable friend to flesh and blood.
They qlo titt putt) , men to ghosts , and make them
look like eitige too refined to remain long in this'
world; but they make theinqis human lIS possible, and
fit to encodiner the Iran:l64ms. and flilfitthe occupa-
ions hi a abblunary iife. Ihey-do tot make a •v lo
lent pbrgathry of this lifel• to prepare men the faster i
for al:mita They proceed ujon the supposition that
the blood. hiascles, nerven, organs. excretory and se-.
cretoit gland mucuous and te4umentaiy membranes, '
boast* and' brains, of every human being require to
be suOpliail with notrishir out from-ns h eal thful a sto.
meal* can be made anctkept; and upon the doctrine I
that. abbe tae stomach andlsowefai are iir good order,
the blend ae4;l every other Mart of the system will be in.
divider. 1! . •
And hoW is iteipected that they will orient.' health
to thttateM:aan and bowels( Why by enabling the one
to digestfittod. and the other to carry off what es le ft
ader 'the nutriment is extracted, in connection with
the siirphia of bile, and the foul humors ofthe blood, I
macdits inembraces. and atomach. And they accom-
plishiheengreat feats of Medicine in the most isimide
way finagitiable. The A PratlENT VA,MILY PILLS,
'if thiistontacti be affected with wind. bile, or coated
colientionn, clear it out, by a natnit I but - a most in.
sensible solvent action, and cleanse, the whole all
menthry Mina]. without griping. and leaving it as free
"withtint debility, as nature ever designed it to be.—
Thef do itedtakethe akieloff the stomach and bowels,
and leave 'hem like a plebe of red '
velvet, as all phy
sicishe Ulm •the among t drastic . pills do, but t bey
take haturp kindly by the hand without cruehinrher
f un er . They cleanseevery thing, without imparing
or in urin t l i any thing.
W n is is effected, ak it usuary is by the imolai'
few Of thefAMILY APERIENT PILLS, then come
the celeritous' CAMOMILE or TONIC PILLS, to
strengtheda stomach and bowels which before, per
lapin weak and foul bManse they were weak and
endorre them with strength to perform their impor
tant Amain:mt. without the aid of physic- The CA-t
Mt:MILS FLOWER, when its valuable principles
are cheimeally extracted. is acknowledged by all pity
-siestas, in every age, toyhe the best vegetable tonic
knoWn inscience of medicine—There is nothing,
kaoien in he
he vegetable kingdom of nature to equal
nothing t - 4t lis at tame so iharmlesa and so tigortmeb
heallhfuljand in proof of this the proprietor of thy pills that are made from its purest particl es.
, n i t r nzu e ri n. a i l t rn i i i o m st
o in w n n uit t i ma era c ti ce e all ia tr a M ot bllth v illet t ell t :
iens.nf thoultatele; , . . ..
The eßets albeit. pills am not only perceived to
an thcrealie of appetite ',and general strength, but tin,
a reatomtlon of the botlyto that universal vigor in all
is flinctiirns which indicates the return to perfectly:
sound heliltli —The face, and general complexion,
speak. volumes in their favor. end thousands of fe
melds can testify how much they have contributed •to
•their comfort, their complexion, and their strength,
when every other remedr.hod proved- worse than nee-
Imo In ;tetanus-diseases. of-all kinds, they are now
acknowledged to be preeminent; gradually restoring
firuthers t'ilf body and mind: without those annoyance
and ?changes which altar nervous remediescicciaton.
H a ppy_ eilauld it have been for many rung.pernonill
of broth silsea .vho are now in the sdentgravie.ifthey
I haillesnikd to ch ick the morbid tendencies of their..
; stoknach end bowels by. these pure tonics and aperir 7
I en* Without resorting to quack remedies, the osmei
; of *filet" are concealed, and of which thav know
nothing.?; That dreadful scourge CONSUMPTION, -
might hate been checked an ;or commencement and
disapponited of its prey. all over the land,- if the first
lye g o l o st of nervous 'debility had been counteracted
hy • CAMOMILE chentically prepared; and those
bowel «tinplate's whichlead to a host tiffstal mg's-
dilatemutt btve been nhvinted by that fine alcaline
extinct d rhabarb; which' is a leading ingredient in I
the MTS.' ENT FAMILY PILLS. Before both of 1
dies, , in o m mes, which lite adapted to a majority.of
the purphses for which a hundredashms are unneces.
eerily usird.fevers,agueslbilions disorders, headaches,
fete debility, male decline, indigestion, end diver
complaint, would have entirely disappeared, whure
malty ofihem has e prtired fatal.
But hntit disdisetly understood that these medicines
&robot Offered instead of these natural organs of the
body which other medicines dispenee with, in a very
summed manner. They.. are founded upon m e di ca l
knowledge. and not quackery, and min not take all the
i redjorticres oueof the human blood
_under the pre--
I te..Ceollmrifying it. In proofof which difference of
effect. I i the faces and forms of patients bear testi
mony. icy constitute a todribl. effectual• anti gene
ra* applicable close of medit in s for every family.
and being both tonic ana aperient. and of the best
pre rations knoiso, no person or family should be
withontahem.. They can be obtained wholesale and
. re niii ofrbe proprietrir.Dr. WM EVA NS,New York.
and of his ;Toots in town and country, with direc
tions fonuse_.—Tbey are rapidly imperceding all other
renjediqj advertised in the public, prints, because they
ardrout#l to belong to a very superior class a popular
inelOicinm A single trial slimily places them high in pri.
van? es timation, art.they are knirwn to be in public
I p r eyer e e re , and in the opinion of physicians. .
)Ir.. WM.• 'EVANS' OFFICE. No. 19 NORTH
ElglitST. PHILADELPHIA, where his medicine
, ma y b e l ie d, Dr .: Wm F., vans ! Office,loo Chatham
swans, New Yorkorhere the Doctor may beconsulted
usual.:; c -
Ill= and II YPOCHONDRIACISII4.
K 7/ • Cam—Mr. William SalmorkOreenst
above hind at., Philadelphia, afflicted for severe
years with the following distressing symptons Sick...!
neils at he stomach. headache, diVainess, .pa Illations '
°film- rt, impaired appetite, sometimes ac idand
a i m
pn nt eructations,' coldness and weakneseof the
extremities, emaciation and general detnlity,disturbed:
rest, 'a Sense of pressure and weight at the s toroth
after °fag, sightniant. great mental despaAlenecy l
se re ingpainsin Abe chest. back and sidedi costive)
nate, a islikeforsociety.orconversationAtiiminntarg
sighinesn I weeping languor and lasitode„ppon they
leairt exercise . : .. ... - • •
Mr. Salmon had applied to the moat eminent phyla.'
clefts. Who Considered it beyond the power of medi
c ,- toOstore, hintrio heaith,; however:Ambit ethic
ist. badvedoced him to . very deipleist a ;dendition,l
aid halkng been recomitteuded bra rel • e alio to
make 17 al of Dr. Wm. EVANS* hiedicin . he with
d' repaired to the office and precasted * pscOtagt;
to hi c .he says, be is Indebted for hieremoratian. to
id* health and fnendi. He is now entioying all the
Weiner of perfect health. Persons dethrone of
'father iinformation.will be satisfied with 'ever?' Oar+.
Odd ofhis astonishing ehre at Dr. Wm. Evans Moth-!
oaf MdM: ''loo Chathatifet .INeiv kork.Aand in Phil
idalphie. No. 19 NORTH EIGHTH St. . . '
.. • • '. JOHN T. WERNER,
S • , l• Sole Agentfor,..SclatylkillCoenty.
lothriille, Nov. 25 • ' laat_ , . '-
Er: 1 ,,N1i14..**14:44 . 0.. Com pound , the best
ir Icie :41 ; use for Aiming.' afresh
oft e ' iiievraed for o bj B . BANNANi•
~; , I tt,- ,. , ! - - Vl'4.- L tz''•-. A I;- , f±::ri. -. , * .-:-, :
. . . . . ~.. ALAI .__, .. - ... .
":740.11i1F•0114 7 firtiii
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Tr '-- ' " kill' Ref .-
firelfßprpitetor of*, entispranta, eeto
I•.'E'*-retrinailtriakill`trilds Ilteadirkiditielaibikiit •
&Mel i'fcirAtie'petrimrtiai be petafbt bmieWed;
.and Crom Ike .eirortiii be has Made and will' continue ,
toleake; (.41iiiifittltio.,..kilig.tax...0-060atiekbe tropes
WI trierltAteuutruuenceuirßrPate. -
' • J.OHN 43,1LVERliii made arramgerneritikiridr.l4;. -
' . liiiririir - Orlitiiegtiiiiico2ca.9%. - 44 gore .
Tbirctstreet,, - Phitidel_plibri- am aimp of apt.
• elicii efeti:erlile WIWI' P/ill i edelpiduettrlieteau 'Wok
I :datbzig the Water 'fieiyf
I . '•. l • ' • • ::.141/:'.4.. illirO. • '.' - .
Ir 0.:, . per dos.
' -' --
. . • iiii
°MAW. - " ... .-
• - dot:
t,! .• ' - ;„ - 111• _.•
*Pe& -%-* • ,- r . 1- . •- t do - ". -, ~ 37 : I
~.., , weed. ' - - ` do •• ,- -. -:Zr
. 5 - ' ' WINES.'. " ''' •
18-Id.ditireiVjue,_, 4 _per bt4ifi - 4.
.. - J 0G
•PileStsem Wine, , per
- • , 300•
la Brown ' dn. •". do -..‘ • 2- 00 `
• Old Pdn • r ..- 'do do 200
,Old Liabbi" , :to - do - 100
IChampaigne.- (Pirtmetto,l . -zda - ' 200
I •do - :Napoleon, ' do . • ..2 60.
do ' Woodcock.. do ,- 200
do -Victoria. - do '2 00
. -i Peprier's,smlth'i & Sealers XX Pale Ate.
Apartments ire.. always in readiness rot Sapper
14itsesk&c -and diOne wbo•call may expect to tricene
Pottsville. Oct. 17. 1838. ' ,Bl-tf
'24rEINT DRUG STORE . • -
%NH Z Sabscelber returns his. grateful acknowl
, edgements to the cities of Pottsville and
others, who stepped forward to his assistance af
ter the-loss** lie. property by fire in December
last, and winds:l4lBo acquaint 'them and the pub
bo generally, that he has again commenced the
Drug Business in.thihouse formerly occupied by
Charleiv W. Clemons. in Centre Strew, in the
borough-of•Pottaville e where may always be had
a general assertment , of -
Drag*, • - Medicines,
Glass, I •Dre IStutlb,
And every.other•artiole to the above line, which
he is'ilisposed to sell on very low and'aae»mma
N. B. Er Physician' .Frresciiptionir carefully
pat up at the shortest notice. •
Pottsville, May 30,1838
AL NOS •LEWIS, Itespectfully informs his
slk friend's and the public generally, that helms
just received i general assortmant•or Fall and
Winter Goode, nrooneollich. lie • -
Superfine Cloths and Sattiriethi, tie 'Nap
hlerino, English and French do. Lustring Gro
deSwiss, ?unit pie Soi, *6.4(1-Nap and Senchew
Silks. Foreign and Domestic prints, Bleck, Bum
bazine, Popalinci, Merino:Shark do fihkkfit.
bet, Silk and Cotton Ilbdkfs. helmet, Cimbrio,
Barred Muslin..Bobinet, Bishop Lawn, Book Mus
lin, Swiss and India Mull Edgings, Inserting's,.
,Quillings &a. Hoskin Kid, falk,•Cotton, Woolen,:
Buckskin •and Berlin Gloves, Mohair, Silk. Lambs
'wool, Wersted, Cottnn and Woolen Stockings
Silk and Cotton Velvet. Vestings,Elanels, Bever
'teen, Fustian, Genoa Cord, Wellington Jean, -
Brown and Blached Muslin*, Linen and Cotton
:Eye,'Lineti and Cotton Diapers,
Apron and Furniture Check 84, 9.4, 10 4i 11 4,
and 12-4,!Rowir Blankets, Silk Flag and Pongee
Hhdkfs.-Blackltalian Oraitats,Satin and Bomba
zine Stocks, 'Collies, Bosoms, Gum' Elastic,
Worited and Cotton Suspenders,'Silk and. Cotton
Suspender, Silk and Cotton Untibrelhis, Lambe
wool Shirts, eke' &c; All of which will be - sold
at the Weeit- prises. •
Pottsvife, Sept. 20,1038
. FORT CARBON t
Saving tutd Society.
THE Port bon Saving Fund Society, is
now open ery day from 9to 3 o'clock at
the . Office of &mat and Deposit, for the pur
pose of receiving deposits to any amount not es.
ceeding $5OO, from any one person, upon whicfi.
an interest oft peasant will be paid owevery fie
and upward/Out uminterest will be allowed on
any fractional paita of $5. The whole or.any
part may be drawn out on giving notice, from two
• eeke to font months, at the office on Mondays.
he buemessf the Society will be conducted by.
the followingWers and managers, until the first
Mandarin May next.
.' Wresuient—AQUlLA BOLTON.
Joseph Canon Samuel J.. Potts
Edward. Hughes E. S. Warne .
Jacob Bull ; Jesse Turner .l
. L. Whitney, Secretary and Treasurer. :
Article 3d of the Charter. "No emolument'
whatsoever shall be received by Use President
or Managers 'for their services, nor ithill any
Manager become a borrower from the testae.
tion. oct 3 46tf
Call at the New Stere .
for Cheap Goods.
1 11 ILLER & HAGGERTY have received
L"m their Fall and Winter 'supplies of "Dry
Goads, lied will.vell Wholesale - and Retail at an.
usually low prices for each.
PARKER & CO_
affercers a' Tailors,
11'NFORM air friend, and the public in gen
eral, that ey :lave removed to their termer
stand in Cen Street, (opposite to Miller & Hag.
genre-flit:ow) where they have on hand, a gen.
eral assertmen of superfine 'Broad Cloths and
Cassimeres of 4 e.most fashionable colors, with
an elegant lasso t of Summer cloths, Satin,
Silk, Valencia, Marseilles and Velvet Vestings,
Linen, Cottnit'and Chintz Shirts, Satin, Silk and
Bombazeen Stocki,Linen and Chintz Bosoms and'
Collarsollso Linen and Chintz =Bosom s with ou t
Collars, Silk, Cotton, Thread, 'Beaver and Markin!
Gloves, Linen, and C.fitten Hose 'sod Half Hole,
Fancy Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs and Gum-
Xlastie Suspenders. Thug 'also have on hand an
elegant'ktock ofGentlemen's 'rind Boy's wearing
aPPareliisnch as Fruck mod Dyes, Coats, lionnda:
bouts, Vests and Pataloone,zisminaflet the Mal
fashroitknd the best,normanabip, which they in.
tend to sditetvemaineWe prices.,
-P. S. Wanted -two - arthreri-gPoil Soarneylrn
TailorsOn,whoin- constant i vfprk will be
tbroughopt the season. -
Potbniille,Stipt. 15, 1838. • 7`2-.
. ILietter . :l47*ers.
ireLASSICAL Letter Writer,
%-• Upieerial - Dm ' : • •
311206:erred !and •fir'tele by •
, - 1t.. 1 / 3 4/VNINi
Novl7' • ••`' " ' 52
.10iiinity, Bibles, , •
•14.5.• tip tolgoiptitet- with an ale.
gat astortmartat . br:Pottitet. pihita. . OW-re
caved • A - Diatile hk. . k
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A: 6 , Fii;;lin ii l ! is* iNlith' -1 4 7 a1; it
,' N g :sicuotw, SUE S: & CO.: : ~
I BU RY HARTFORD. CON'N•
, - - - ~,- r .---.• . -
Num - liconsmendataryterhilcatmsaight he ,
e* 1 ?" - tha goliVithlitt-Vlickbri4l/ les# 4l 4, a!
' ther Sitar eat; ratiki(d 4lll o ilia/Piiiit• I
" • The lthisliraerliftlitirrititingdk,Pr
iniji . and Match- _- ''.
11€1"A keep' the Patest:Safety.Fuse,ot Blast.
.. . tested tOpur aattataction, we cheerfully
certify ihat., eke' cope** it savessuheb‘titne
stutija .;•-s slkiele the forsestfihe bast-rgusures ,
certailty. and rendenih: lading perfectly 'laic.-
&aid ,it is, wit think, cheaper than
straw use. Fa,dry, blasting it lir la, great usp
prolste ems bat for blasting sa wet ground, tit: a
,-,1, oval ble. iitesars.'l 7 . fisiehismar Co, antra's=
tors the' Erie catell.'certify:lhat they have
been gaged ist - tbe Cc:welsh' mines .. England,
miter the Fuse is exclusively used, anti ibet it
has n er, to their kremledge, cauveira miscar
riage. They =firm our above expressed opin
ion of is value. We make no doubt ' that it will
•soon bit in mourn! use. -
- D*liitlD 41AMILTON,
Superintendent reparrs. , ErieCanala
W. J. McALPINE,
Assistant Engineer, Erie Canal enlargement.
Contuse, N. Y. Dec. 1837.
The Fuse is sold at the very low price of ONE
CENT PER FOOT.
OntEß•for sale at their-wholesale and•iretail Fern
lyprocery Store, Centre. 3 doors below Market
street. s prime amortnientoffreah Groceries,eOnsist
ljava ' Ri° ' ba g uil2 ' 1 coffee
. Domingo and browned )
N. Orleans. St. Croix, brown and 4 Su
iwhitellavanna. lokf and lump .5 gars
New Orleans, West i Molasses
,India and sugar house
Imperial, Gun Powder, Young l.
Elyson,Poirehong.Omnge Pee. Teas
I co, Souchong end Bohm
I Bakere,,Chases,Spaalab, Schmitz i Chneoltite
& Linggs, and sweet-spiced 4
i Prepared Cocoa, Comm-shells '
I John BuUs,Lobater,,Anchovy, kagoes
Canton so sad Currie , •
Gherkin, Tomato. , pepper. .
Mized.Onion, Mangoe, }Pickles
Lemon and French
' Olives, capres,Anehovies
Cayenne pepper, allspiceand Ginger
Cloves. Mace, Nutmegs and cants,
Rice, flour of rice, march - .
Conant', Figs, Raisins, Prunes
Sweet and bitter ilmonr n
Olive Oil. wine bitters,lemon. yrup
Preset end ginger, Cheese,
Herring. mackerel. -salmon
W bite and colored was. sperm / ,_,„
Moulded and dipt tallow i'-....rf
,Palm, variegated brown and yellow soap .
Old Madeira, old port, claret
Brown and pale sherry. ehmapaigne Wines
Old hock, Lisbon, dry tillage in wood
Sweet malaga. muscatel & bottle
Malmsey. marseilleit & Sicily Made:o
Scoteh.i dab, monongahela & com whiskey
Antriaette, annlsoed & peppermint cordials
'Cognac. champagne. Spexnsh 4. con brandy
Holland &.com.Chn,N. E Rum . ;
Jamaica spirits -
&arra eup.apan, inferior do
Half Spanish and common cigars
Cut & plain and moulded glue. wale
Chins and crockery
tend assortment of Dry Goods. &c. &c. all of
h they are disposed to sell on the most reasons.
urns. Heads oPFamilies and Tavern Keepers,
- urticulariy invited.to call.
AVM. T. EPTDIG
The common Fuse answers for wet
titif: for- blisthzg-under water, or where
'triage would - be, of -serious eonsequence.
R. tor4" - ettoold be ihted, made specially
tt pitmen. Price. two cents per foot. cot
. ing with the increased cost of making.
Sate by .11. BANNAN,
Me Agent for Sehuylkill (bounty.
Me, Oct. Li, 1838. 81-
111. Nathans. 4L. Co.
seal Iron Works Ware
i 177 South Third' Street, 1S Z. corner 'Frahm
orris, Maker 4r . azerris,
ON Founders, and Manufacturers of Coal
rates,..Furnaces, Kitchen Ranyea, Bath Boil.,
Perpetual Oveni, &c. Welded Wrought
Tubes, for Steam, Gas, Hut Water, &c.
Illasys Safety Lamps •
of the best Construction.
atterns for the Foundry received, and castings
Tared at the W.arebouae, Third & Walnut St:
itHE subscriber bas always on band and far'
sale cheap , - Welsh Bibles, Testaments and
P mere. B. BANNATqc
COAL LAN D
jFor Sale, or to be Rented.
firIHAT valuable tract of Land called the "Clin
ton, -Tract;"' belonging to Elizabeth Spohn,
sithate on the westNorwegtan Rail Road, next'
north of, and adjoining the' 'Peach Moontaieis
oißsed for sale on acconuitodating terms; or the
C4l Mine willzite leased severally or together
to t n approved - tenant. Apply to •
HENRY MORRIS, .
id & WsLint Street, Philadelphia.
- ~, Caution. • -
fIE Undersigned cautions the public against
a4purchasing or Teasing the tractc; i f land
Con called Viact, on tho s East Norwegi n rail road,
f Etizahetb Spobn,.or Henry MOMS for ,her,
e the'crodereigned claims title Otireto, and
wt institute a • suit against any parson attempt:
in . te.lake the possession thereof:, .
' .er:*itCealre - and. - Mikket Wriest Pettit:We
• Atibecribers revectfullFrusee t.
, Friends' aud'tbe publi& ally, that:
taken store former (=ivied: l 4 :
Ilitilit'CAS.."' - eorlier of •Centrei arid` ~liirbet<
.te, where they are noisi.proiriiiiniierielia Chace'
.i of •
Dry Alimdis •
Groreriegoi . .
keit they aviiicteiimriedAnnell attilmiyer_YUW
prices. = - 11AZZARD St;STRAUCLI.
13, . A k aijods of Couary . P.roducstiken at
highest 4ziarkei 'prices.
.. . •
',-.. ,;!:..-cil ..,,_ .'
4riadyontbhising-ioiappiat)s. - ..emdai
lonnegiel.metatillta . mitterinfichestobisbmint
Thu wYwilkirflm she 'heleariiitealeregitii
weteesputy,Oilegitily brae • niftier intrentite,!*
=a*imjy c i. sibieeretaindrftiet.
'v* thelpitilk that inelf *mealy 4sal bee
*Mrtis .irtll nierinee the le* , crednloiis. The
principles upon'which ittiri L rfitehriple 4nd
mdaditeckract - Oratl*.ecneglaint. - whether
rialled, sickteaaltl4 - olerrolit
munattlifinir whti":tbinit they
have the rietiout:ltiadlitieZeiay sect Matured that
this organ . the - atlietiviehi'k the , Yieit ;fluster thee the
stoma; and. -diet .ronly th•Oligh.the wady ehunnerz
inwit the/ ci - Pect'i icatorithia: of. iher. natural and
healthy furmtmee ettbasystinat. , &tea % pi-,
Spelple:remeqy 'en*ollyipleuleted to attain=
TilMeruilk oflbmpo.iiicAteannot tieconiro7erted; and
thesoonOrmiferers miry thelreirtiohe beeome 'oron;-
rinUeiriorti,":ttmeeoner:wlir theivoutreringi eta in
''murerslitnrro S'*bn y ledges ' bie prof e.
letinatke' i . 'on fac t"-ThOrremedy maybe
Virbolesale and - R eep.'byteesmeick & Co. No: 1
Fletcher . York, and Reviitly •
Pottsville. illy 21.168,
56- °%. •
(NALL and examine for youriselivers, %mender..
IL'. signed would respectfully , infiiirm his friends
and the public-in general, that he haii enstently
on hand s.general assortment of the Meet and
most appruired kinds of Cent and WoAd Stoves,
ihet ars to be had im the place, together with a
large quantity of Stove. Pope Sheeuron ware, Cop
per and Tin ware, as' acd as cheap as ca.
be bought any
itr All kinta of work iii his Brie dime to or
der at thrshortest-notice.
:Pottsville, Sept. 29..1834
ATew erigreved. full le*gth prints: of the lets
BISHOP 'WRITE, suitable for frames, just
received and for sale , by the subscriber. Trice
,aag. 22, 1838
250 BBLS. received end for sale at•iure
diced price for crab by
NFIF I LER & HAGGERTY
9ctober l 1838. 49--
111111 E Subscribers having tented the wharf on
Fairmount dam, foot of Willow St. Rail Road;
..oltung She one 'occupied •by A.. J.ltolton & Co.
are prepared to receive Coal, 'Lumber, •&e. on
wharfage, and commussiort. 'Enquire of the sub
on the premises, or at 28 South4lVhar yea
ItUNIIING, CLARK & CO.
jape 20 • 47—ly
Cloths Cassittereh and Sattinetts.
A LARGE and splendid assortment of Cloths,
Cassimeres and Sattinetts,.of all.colors and
prices, just received and will •be sold 10 per
cent cheaper than - the sameluality can be bought
Oao'ber 27, 1838. '
fiNHE subscriber has new on hand Mins Store
and Storehouse on Centre and Rail Road
streets, a full assortment of Goods, suitable for the
coal region viz . :
. Barr Ikon of assorted sizes,
Band and •lioop do ; -do
.Nails and `pike Rode do do .
1 - Steel, Round &Squaie do do
f Nails and Spikes do do'
Coal Shovels do do-.-
Hardware, a general asseortnient.
411 of whicirbe is•selling at- reduced prices,
Jan - 13 • 2 3 .CLAYTON.
Dry Goods,Grocerjr,Wineit Liquor Store
, (Next door to Mortimer's Hotel.)
TH El Rconnexinn with a house in Philadelphia
enables them to keer, on hand a very exten
ive assortment of goods, which they will sell it
shiladelphia prices. Store and Tavern keepers
Pd private families, would do well to -call atid
judge for themselves.
april 19 31
RAILWAY 11101T-RND _IRON : FOR COAL
21 by 5-8 inches Railway Flat Bar Iron.
2by -do do . do do do
Iby do Suitable for Screening Coal.
. All the Iron has counterielink holes; and is en
at an angle of 45 degrees at the ends. Splictn
Plates and Spikes to suit the, above.
• A. & G. ,RALSTON .4, Co.
N 0.4 South Front Street, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, March . 15,1836. 21-tf
Swaim 3 s t Panacea.
A S the, intemperance end Itrinry of-the age are
Li. hastening the ravage* or anecdotic complainui
and rendering the blood more impure; and as thou
sands have destroyed tbetconstitutionsby neglecting
to applj the proper remedie&L-tWisticli, Swaim's Pan ;
acea must be, and has been; - more than doubly,yalaa
ble as a Certain and effectual means of restoring diem
to perfect 'health and vigor. Few- families are who!.
iy exempt from icorbutaciffections, which exhibit ve
nous symptoms, as erupdonti,. ulcerations. debility,
Wood, and if not properly attended to, produce robe
greatest injury to the constatadina,• and may be im
parted to their offspring.
Panacea is recom
mended. ' season of yesF,as a valuableresuo.
weave of the tem, thereby invigorating the conatitu •
dim. and en ling it totter_ thedebilitating effectirof
the samme season. -It is!. conveyed by the circula
ting fluids. and corrects their tendency to all those,
diseases-which origin:nein - vitiated blood, diseased
livetislepra, red appetite.oi prediapositon to.affectiona
.or the lon gs, &c. lsltkona& boyrerst, isiadsised to use
it without convincing flumiselveti ore be trutk orwhat
is bare stated.
Thin medicine is new uled withal:meets in all parfa:
of the world, and hi 'gaining greet reputationin.Enk
A fresh supply of the Medicine just received end
, feir sale-by • • •t - -
- I3A NNAN.
Whomm supply the 4eiscmediCanewholesale to
- them-who wish to sell sioil u , at Philadelphia' ieet
,BEREAS.. Elfro_k_.Pl4o4 Tait-otroy from!
'v v Poit'esAkt:Oklutittli lcoveinber. 1838,- .
and left bb. wifti *nit,* .Child viithoit money ..
•proltistotio% otif *I: 7 'z .44-Inta titift,horr,ptitiout•
any Aaw," will ilia. , ' • '*ve jeltiliaact• any.
petooO Nilo `wilf:AdiSt - irmegElijatigriitids to
ltmitdoid!k6 , l6; itiZoit - ilitg,*ti °AM county v
e- 4 0.-1 11 *
the " 1 4,e !/1 4 11,15# half.pf -kbe. to:
ittlifitif et %11l voill, _ i-t09X7140 hit4llo,lli
eirilfo. - --.., ~— p AA- c , puLmoN: ,:
Dec. 1 , - 1. ,
~,,f , - :,:,:, ;.-::-_ - -2-4 w, ~
BOoks : a °glary"
Et'aoti Book s ti 1T,41;:t
seu of very tow raters; let° aj Ari 4.
Stoves: - - Stoves !!
Mjller Jr.. - tiaggertb
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
4 36 . 4 )''ittienreL
femsion, that " 4 he dsrell not dliiiiitholA gt
posterity.thn benefit offhis ku ileson t
and he therefore
n begins, cd to laic*
attendant Sithstnotillays, theist ret of his'
ry. . ,
It is now! nick prime pal hoapita
be private, practicq in • our • country, 6r
most cervinly'for,tke.cures of thc Plies,
so-extensively amteffectually as to bkfile c
ty,. unless where its efrects are Witnessed:
stal4-in the following complaints.
ar Droity.- , - ereating extraordinary -
lion at once: • . '
All.Swelfingit.—Redocit4 them in a few
Aleunuttism.—Acute or Chronic; Atvitig
Sore Throat.—Eo cancers, olcres, Or co
Croup,und Piqueliing Cough.—Extetual
over the chest. • . I .
Ail-Bruise., Sprains and Burnt, cur
few bouter.l • • '
Sore. a n?"Clicers.--AV hether
log and fever spies; -
• Its_cperations upon adults and
ducing rheumatic swelhng., & to
and tightness cif:Abe chest by rc
parts, has been surprising beyon
The common remark of those w
in the„Pike, is "It ails like a elia
THE: PILE.S.'TiIe price el is
person who witl,ase a bottle of
for ttii Files, and rd wr„ id , y
being cureil. These are the posit! ,
proprietor lo the Agents; and out
sands sold, not one has been anew
We might insert certificates to
prefer' that those who sell the arti
hihit the original to put chaser!".
splanditt. engraved wrapper, on
name, dud aladthat of the Agents
•Sold wholesale and retaillq
CO.,Sule4sgenta, 2 Flett.ther Mr
and .retait- by W. T. EPTI NG,
.New Good;. 1
A ta t , : • •et of fres
'cods, just received—COMM'
which will. be tick!. IoW for cas
price paid in cash for all hinds of.!
JOSEPH WIEI l
MountiCarbon, Dec 2
THE subscribers would rasps ,
to the •public, that he has ad
stock s /rein and Hardware, cons
A tnericattnnd English Bar Iron,
Iron,Round Iron, assortod-' size •
Shear, German and English B
Steel Vines, Mouse-hole anvils.
Cait Steel hand, .dhopinrapd
and 'spikes; to ether with a g •
of Iron Mongtiry; all of which w
doced.prices, by JOU k .
AT THE OLD ST.
No. • 65 NORTH • FRON
Tam* Doors EROS THE CORN
IVIANUF ACTIT It 5
Wine Lead dry and/ Colonial
groundin pit, it Red f'
Red Lead, - White d
Litharge; , % Vitriol
Chromic Yellow; ; Strip. Q
do Green ..- Tart. E i
do Red • Ether Sr
Patent Yellow , ' • do N
Si3gar'Llad- . do • .
Copperas . . . Lunar f. 7!
01. Vitiiid [- ' - ' Corn.
Aq. Farris- . •" Acet. M , ,
MuriatinACid . SulPh: 4
Epsom Salts.. Lac. Sul;'
Tart. Acid, , • Opi. de
Sup . Gmb...Sodt% • Kormes
Corms, Sub.„lllerc. -. Ethiopa I
RefineVsidthinippor, Sal Kitfe,,
&e. 4 0ifer - for ahrivelmen
getber - tSithaigerieral asaorthiezit
and OyeStalrik,and every °dui, ar ...'
cal and • 1 edict . !
BeiPtli.Onit:taiettaor all he at ,
undeit trigniireheadatieY pl dge t,
ply theillfriantit ititd - the pub! c on
bler . terml l :7:'.' , ' - rCI.. ..
-' - '
lilrutdirrAtt4.lNcture.Glass4 fro , ;
Oct gii.037..,i ~ . • •
A gost;pooltiiiini, "cif rrva6l
GictiilkAlacioos tor este a
• • :••"••, •141ILLER
N • eletcti.cle. ,
" Q.l4ll o4o ll 3 o Twkilq—,
just rece ivid.**140440.,,
. tgv. T.gillealsiatlyititnettellit Port
kill npety. ow ery-reieionabl
110101 • 4 •f 9 4 . :; 11 0iiii4itjlPPrY to
d in a
I used it
. . ex•
Ys. 1 '
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1 YorV, ,* l.
part os 4.
d A. 01.1:i
old at r
lot P •
seer to sepi
ta: l l7 - ..4
o Dot. like
i r ter'
11 , Phil