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,-i coi r ,
iete,tit - tinbive.lt *Pre"
was ronthe ay
o N :* girths Constitution is, that
t T wa sow must have contributj
butlip of Government during th
11 4-salifies his, vote: by assessor
leaf i yntent of tax; or in other w
rewt.lt ordy4tas been • assessed in
' gd 'a • - '
igo;t' .iti t.stgne d.
an . The subject of betting on el ,
`Oren up: the Views of the G
let 0! t hearty coodurrence. The
• is ai)'ollows: ,
of i" That on the retinisidon of an voter OE4
3 1 .t.st, the inspectors of isich el ion shift
.... ly person offering to vide, to , here oti 0
/hu ' rmation Whether he is or. pi direct y .
airetf:,etly interested, either as pr . 4,41, r
tntr;t4keholderoin any bet on the re It.of a y
th e Ibe held OA. that day; and it he drait dial
li s. id he declines to answer, th to refir
- • son his vote„ and to cause th lerks Of 1
o to make a-minute thereof on the list o
These provisions, together wit one nio
• illy to prevent the highly im per and
: N. 4 , :g interference in +our state 'fictions o
::vvernurent office holders, it iti believed
es, , dually check the spirit or fra,, disorde
~, ig which is rapidly, compell g all gob
rat wbt the fairness of their r Its, and
tth e permanency of a gover ent dap
i on em. We owe it to onrselv now, w
~,,: , A correction are within our wer, to e
l `" 'e,owe it to ihe.caime of vir e and rep
Rik -we owe it to our sterity.'
in.. ; The. Governor next recta at
nfi2, e mode of electing ant' returnin
tg_4lrs to be.chosen direct by the
101 1 , r the new Constitutio The ,
ro- 4-1.4 e appointment of wh no poi
. ~ on has been made, a the Aud
el- ::.'-g,, Surveyor General
ire A:lifice, Attorney Geni
eir ;I.lommon Schools, I
ras i ?praisers of damai
ily .otaries Public, ani
..ptrits, Tobacco am
lc . :ilcumbent an .the L.
he t sion for the mode
he - "The business of the - cretary a tie. Common.
ifeillth, as Superintend tof the oo on schools,
was so much increased ithin the t three years
e- $.- seriously to ember .• s that office he therefore
...Se ommends the seper on of the t offices, and
de. establishment of t epartment education.—
his can be done wi .ut increasi • the number
`.. 1 officers, for those of urveycr ge al and secre
-Ty of the land of fi ce, n, with gre calm, be filled
;1 1 , t h e same person, ; may be co lidated into a
b e , petrel Land_ Office I .artment;".
re- ;.... The fund for Ore ral Educa nis so flour.
en- bhing, that little , required be done by
inn. Vie present Le •. lature. 90,000 will
1: 1 6. r :robablylie called for fur thi purpose, and
' iio,ooo for ennui -a to collo , academies,
i,, clid female sem' lea. In t beginning of
elil '1836, there. were 762 comnim schools and
the i 7 . l .'i academies in • . istence. l'helstate can
tow boast 5000 I immon Schools,; 38 A cad•
Mlies, and 7 F- ~ le.Serninaries, actively in
. 4 itirtition, and d'• emanating the, principles
,If literature, eels ce, and vacua.
"The canals and ail-roads inpperitton yielded,
nder the most • antageous circumstances, an
':creased revenue ring the fiscal yesi, just closed.
'he. amount eft toi • irep_11997,252 42.1 •Vully one
ilf of the regular .de cif the main
,line was lost
the state.-during wo-thirds of the navigable see
n, in cohaequet of the breach on the Juniata,
id that, to retain a ballance, the CaOal Corn nus
3r.ers found it n ssary to take the toll off ninety .
ileti•of the most rofitable part •of the remainder,.
t:—between H ; tingdon and Duncan's, Island,
which, lithe di nee from Huntingdon to-Holt!=
iyeburg be added, the distance thus lmavoidable
mdered wholly unprofitable was• one hundred and
'p :nly.oine miles The income ti them the
'. writ rat may, in view' ofthese factS, with per
4,- safety be estimated at era mmunet six anima=
,711ANDDinaAse,:with - li favoor abl result of the ex linnet of the
1 - most valuable
• , in the Colonial& and Piuladelp is railroad, is
omplete butcbs of -
as find for the genes - nee anthracite
4 the locomo.
4 it engines. The invei it,.the mas
er machismo'. st Parka impletely of
f, ected this dessleratum. use of one
Iled : four. chief at le coma_ .te will save
jog -:: large amo yearly —ano gdd to the certainty
Ives ', ad despatch the use of her roads. I
Dfli . The di; hies to"which thO Governor
1 , 1 , n , 8 i i rae subjecr lon account of thh breach on
.. r '': .its works i .tween Huntingdon and Holli
fter Jaysburg, a induced him to uggedt the
t l i
7 : " 4 iropriety i coltterring on the Governor,
ten" au Speaks of the two Houses `the Auditor
Its. •.4 1 eneral .. State Treasurer, 1 the power,
'PY •ii; tenever unexpected breach,kir other in
'et ;4 '' try shall cur to the public works, requir.
; ht 1 - -
:>g more an $50,000 to repair it, to nego.
4 1 , , tate a lot on the_faith of the Mate for ne
. - 882 „ y . . -nditures.
int 1,, . • ,
That rt of the message in relation to
• inancial ffairs, we shall revies'- next Week,
B Y' 4 . a tonnes on With the State Trieasurer's re
,a,,B. V :ma, a , we think it can be tconclueively
' re ••!- shown tt the• situation of our Treasury is
' 3 .• it preset perfectly healthy, notwithstanding
.he lam tattoos of Mr. Sturgebn.
" The ' xecubve next procee s most ably
,to vind..te its conduct on the esumption of
,specie ymeets. A referen t is made to
''!the Phi delptia rlot of May latt, stating the
;reasons or issuing a reward f r the appre
.lensios of Ile persons engaged: a recom
trnendal de to abstain frtlrm Canadian
interfe in 'which, by the way, we
if ,hiak ' thy Governor has been mis-in.
Conned • ti the influence of: i the Masonic
'lodges n ort r near -the firontie The Geo
logical ury authorised in 103-36 is stea•
dily a and' g.
"The ucc ful erpertntents that
it Rat • us d Farrandsville, to
bitorni ,us 1, and at Manayunk
Ind . ill anthracite, add t
i. ati,a sub t. to perfeetliwtisfact
„S: Proved, Oat irge furnaces, in nil
7.ti„eoal - alone is used as fuel:nal
if (imitated at several points in
i t iuccessfol u of stonecoal and it
'''' aan event ecidedly greater ino
' parity afoot. te, than any that h
the applicati fateam in aid offi
The trade seal and iroii will
. the main bo eas of the v as t but
:,,'' nloplished tent of works in wt
4 , , embarked, ad tieohief hope of
if their coat.'
of the Bil
tion on t
or strongly - °amends the
if the Union anal, as by an
bout fear or j lousy on the
ii. States. The ncouragernent
ade; the revisi n of the State
ation of weigh nd measures;
!of general stati tical inforaba•
sects of agrieul ure, manutac•
. cial and martin operations of
all noticed wt critical ais
le,* precision, and ay:schemes
(itrry out their ficiitobjects.,
o his h as p
ist her Columbus, nd another of
1 V pueius, as akin aware ciao
le, carved ,by its American
marble from file &adrift 'Trona.
now in the E ire Chamber,
o' the disposition of t C Leilshitiiii.
• In 1 83 5:1bete:Werti.34,trt‘Witaree 14 the
Coming IfAittoola„of the Bta ts; thete - Orebow
about 239,000.. In 1835 ihe fiabricl . wrelue
under every advantage; Finoducett 111q13.52.
71; the.aeaaon just ciosed, nider .eiteTy!tdisz'
advantage reaultingfrombreaka and drotOiti 1 ;
produced 8991,262 42.
Since 1835 $2,500,000 have been expendiai io.
completeing work then said to beSnisbed,reneiving
defective pins, and keeping the whole id repair •
and one hundred end ninety-eight miles Of nal:
and twenty-nine miles of railway, have been ta
utenaeon cud carried to vatunderable state o fitr
wardnees, on which AMMO baveheen sided;
The eompleted rail raids.fian been nide 'in
ner the end of their-construction and the- octal'
deficiencies-in the incitive power flincl,"turned . hit&
The permanent state debt which was 1 2 44 1 30.-`
003,32 in 1835, if 'now $24:40,000,32, and though
there arakemporary loans to the amount of $1,'000,-
000 due, yet they were forced on the state in toppo. ,
akin to the exertions of the etecurtive, and rridisink'
toe small amount, when the sums of a similarfkind
due at the commencement of the year 1836, au . ? de.
ducted from them.
The state tax, which was then in existence, ern- -
out hope of termination, has ceased to be collhcted;
and nothing but the utmost profusion can mike-it.
again fleece/10,y. .
The state credit, which was at a low pbb in1835,r
is now raised, and the commonwealth obtains, even
her temporary loans with ease it four per teat
The currency, which was on the eye of a fharful
convulsion in 1835, has been carried through i.., with
less injury than was experienced in soy odieristate
—is now restored to its usual poundness—and has
secured to it the aid of an institution, which will
hereafter preserve its uniformity, if no further:ruin.
ocis experiments be tried.
And finally, the State has been made. to occupy
bir propel position in the National family, and in
relation to the General Government, on &Rocca
r ye •
he offi •
E . -cretary
ave been made
smelt iron with
oess interest to
rly hive they
now in progress
the state. The
ore 1n the arts,
rient to the pros.
s occurred since
rat only half ac
ieh therStatik is
Ping off r the debt
The Governor, in concluding they last
message of his administration, says he ap.
proacbes the end of the .term fur whieh he
was e ected, with the consciousness that he
has p rforilied the .Executive duties wi r th fi•
delity according to the hest of his judgbient
and abilities. This will be responded to by
every generous spirit in the State ! Joseph
Ritner, wheq he retires " to life's more low,
but happier way," cannot carry with him
any other feeling than that of satisfatition,
nor can he be visited with any retribut►pn by
those over whom he has presided, save that
he has ever fearlessly, honestly and ithpar
tially performed his duty. To his successor
we say "go and do likewise;" and though
differing in political sentiment as wide as are
the poles asunder, he shall ever-receiva'from
• us those commendations which it is our, duty
to bestow on the faithful stewards uT our
happiness, and the true guardians of Penn
Mr' A Bill to recharter the Miners'jßank
-of Pottsville for one,year, has passed ti* Le-
gislature. This brings the institution on a
par with the other. Banks under the new Con
(r There will be collections in Ilribity
Church, (Episcopal,) on forenoon andiafter
noon, of to-morrow, in aid of Missions;
Q7' the Committee on the contested seats
of Hanna. and Brown, have reported iq favor
of allowing Mr. Brown the seat, -do the
ground that he had a majority of the ivotes.
Mr. Cassat's funeral was attended by the
members of both Houses. A special elee.
tion to supply the vacancy occasionediby his
death, will be held on the 3rd. Tuesday, inst.
It is said that Mr. Cox, of Somerset, w
not resume his seat in the Legislatureiunless
so instructed by his constituents. etc
The Gettysburg Star, contains an eddress w
to the citizens of Adams Co. from Mr. Ste. f is i
yens. He has withdrawn from the L'itagisla. (h i
cure to abide their decision.
House's adjourned last SaturOay, to
meet again on the thirteenth of this month.
The new Codatitution took effect frbm the n
first of January, and Gen. Porter will be in• ca
augurated on the third Tuesday in Januaty
Texas.—President Lamar, has ch4en the
following cabinet : Gen. Hunt, Secretary of
the Navy, Bernard E. Bee, Secretary of
State. Gen. Johnson, Secretary of War.—
Gen. Rusk, has been appointed Chief Justice.
President's Levee.—The following grace
ful allusion from the Washington Correspion
dent of the New York Star, is exollent in
"The President's first levee for this sea
son, which will take place next Tuesday,
will be graced by the presence of 130 Baugh
ter-in-law. Tht Magibian, seen by the side
of his new relatiie, may suggest to spme the
idea of Prospero and Miranda. The lady
might well address him in the words of the
new creature of the poke fancy— . '
"If by your art, my deafest father, you have
Put the wild waters in this roar, allarthern
Mr. Prentiss.—[n it recent debate on the
sub-treasury, and public, defaulters, Mr.
Prentiss read several letters from.the Sec
retary of the Treasury to his defaulting offi
cers, and concluded by saying that he had
been thinking of some familiar e4mple to
whiefite might compare the Secretary of
'the li•easuif.. He had found ot* in old
mother Lobkin's advice to "keels.' Paul," in
Bulwer's admirable novel of Pahl !Clifford ;
for the information of our readers ive trans
cribe the remarkable worldly adviee which
was to regulate the future condu i t of the ,
respectable fbotpad and highway Man ! It
thaispirit of moralizing she, says.
'"— newer steal, especially when tiny one •
in the way, never I. snacks with them its be old ,-
Chan you—cause whirl the old& a edge be,
more be cares for himself, and the lessr his pa
ner. At twenty, we diddles the public,. t torty public , . t
our cronies. Be. modest, Paul, nd stick
your nitration, in life -- reed you? bible
talk like a pins tun. If yon wants *hails not y •
own, try ind do without it; and 'if yo 4 cannot •••
without it, take it away by insinivation 'not Wu
They as swindleti, does more, and tiskii Ira t t
they as robs; and ifyoo - cheatetopplng, you . 3
laugh at the t4iputg. cheat (the gallows ) You ~.
right not tq play•fbr nothing, its kw. .o lime I•
play with tßuteas be Jess khan yoarsel t
you can gofer to beat them, if they salt you .
to cheat! and now go play I" ;I . 1
//knew ' , Freilayer:43or Senator harrawgued
loving constituency at Orwipburg Tu
Evening, at !.;loco loco . meeting. ith eta •
Chairman, Mr. !Cab% tinssided; Mr; F ilay •
tedAhat-he jumped oak of the beck Win 'ow,. • ..
there was Backe cro;ii i itt die Chaps . a
get out no other way :. . Does any l i ;eindid .
want any [either proefor diew being tinteb tl
ileriate chamber? We hear that the Sinakit„
hn mind complimenis on our Initial, )uoiti9l .. e
is no -10116 i love Not on either wik, +ll iii , I
pnissoarielves flattered by his raninnbranee 3
iikarisohow et other manage . : Jul% . , by'
the B PO or their Tnitrir' • i " 24 .! . ' ini
•,- • . i • . ~ - . ‘ . • ...
, • _3.—. • i - - -.,-. ..," • ~. . C'. , ... 'l , -.,-It—,,:f 2 , ..i. 1 1 ,_,
la oar. oiiiintiow•to =oat*
arie ; ;ead gather Ala
.41e . , Anus. I,I
so - itite' tiiiti4 is asannial hall'
ted, and th at tie intends ' Leo
bred by the TULA—At. 111 , on:
le price of amid antenriptin i n Liu
tare .will be lie
the 2iLd inst.
been hied et.
by a general
give the sae. ,
The officers hi
Samuel Leal i
• Dollen. eaeb ‘tieket adisitting
• trust our eitheertelrill feel it their
iptiock end-tAat , the ladir mill
°hitch , presence to the lectures.
the current year are, Revd. Aiirrunt
resident, Revd. A. A. Miller, Mawr
I. Shenk Benj. F, Poway end. Ed.
actors, and James S. %Mai% Bar,
46611 give an °adios ofyilp plan
nd advance our reasons in Xivo•r of
In our net
its liberal sup
t nothing has occurred excepting .thrtt
offered resolutions prefatory to the
Since our I
Mr. Wise h
fMr..Woodbury. The new flawed
ill, the punishment of publiclefatah
es connectcd +rah the repord:oftbe
Departments, iiave occupied tlm psis.
era, and bus
cipal part o
1.. e mission thus far. The relations of
nt with Hayti have originate 4 101110
salon. and Mr. Atherton's gag mo
ths present resting on their laurels•
bons into the Treasury deparmaitt,
cough, will doubtless be searching, if
obtain the nomination -of the. Coi
n Polk will be very apt to piae his
di in, and that will be tantarnoint to
washingtenmniittee. The BOW. has
cupted with private Inns, belt after tuib
mittee; if n
is ended, we may expect Imathhranch
ork on the great agitating q neations of
sou and defaulters in reed cosiest; sn
ory question the strength cif As tickle
the same as last year.
ea to gO to
farrisurg Chronicle says, I .hat it was
,I)ersonal -aidencs which pi turiapted the
/:cognise the Hopkins' Hotta a. terhaps
,nost charitable construction that, can be
put op tilt transaction.
the feat o
his is , tb
e Treasury.—On the 28th L tee.. ta mau
-1 id before the Governor for 1 tia .appecival,
ction of State Treasurer be eostlionit on
.nth -nth day ofianuary nest, St tfuitthepres
urer be continued in "strice u itilthat.day,
resolution it appears that this Treasurer
• ired to renew his bonds and. attrition of
rod therefore the State has no. protection.
non had prepared a veto to I his,.auicadal
• hen the Secretary of the ( :on amerrwealth
to deliver it, there was no q uorent, and the
uurried untd the 12th inst., leaving-Daniel
as the unchecked reposite•ry of the state
• ! This is a fearful comment on the late
.gs at Harrisburg.
is oot r
NEW STATE ADMINISTRATION
R. Porter is now virtually Govern or o
Penns rune, elected by fraud, and thus far, /rapport--
ed by Inobism. Never did revolutionizers find •
more fsoft and pliant willow" for their purposes,
than has so far proved to be : they are ,in costs -
cies their choick; just the man to be held.at
nod a d beck of disorganizes and ruffianit He is
sum ned by their order to leave Huntingdon mond
ie to Harrisburg, to be inattgarated.mider the
, t stitution; he-comes, but the firrnuess of the
'hi defeated their last grasp afi.er the havesand
the of the Hey-Stone execut ire; at bit-Order and
s are trampled down and mob law bold un_
sp ed sway over the Legialatnre of our State ~ It
al loco-loco deeply, darkly,, Wantifully.loco foco ;
ires by which the prippet Offscaor is. to be
ted, while the pullers; are behidd the curtain,
a ouded in the executive offices •af•tlie Federal
1 • • Legislature hu adjourned, .asul glad their
, the New Constitution, which is the law of
- lind, must remain a dead letter. Tb erefote we
• t David R. Porter is a ctually, to all intents and
, see, Governor. Now what Aire 1,. he two first
of his administration:.
• The Treasury is 'opened to ?la miler!
The Credit of the State 'is Ras &rapt !
:heState Treasurer it left from the. first of the
ill th, until the re-oritaniutinti of the Legislature,
r act muter of the Suite. FUME. , aitheatsny check
him, or any security to Mu ci...itens for the pros.
ation of the public monies. ' l'he powerful sword
lg . mob law and the pi:warts:4h have barna secured;
'i, public privileirs invaded, and like the satellites
!. the tyrant Dionysins of Syr sense, thil locos stand
ligh heaped .with armaand plunder !" But this is
. t.enough : t
The Credit of tie 'State -is Bankruptl A portion
'the debt doe by the stet e 'amounting to aasopp,
• eated in 18224, became •due on the first of January.
I..ndt bill ' , r uttiest , tbeSer iate authorizinit the refund
-;g of the amount...in the Bank of the P.& of Penn,
it 4 pr. ct.. This .we is rejected by Oiti loco Loco
House, and scot , bacl i. to the Senate, who refused
to acre de to the amen idment of the Mins% and re
turned it again to the sm. The Bill parsed the Sen.
ate unanimously, bo.t the leading members of the
loco foco house, kn owing that should a quorum be
• present, it . would pries that body, stood at the
doors and unloaded their members not. totake their
seat,mnd though • rnajolity was in thrill pital, only
27 appe4wd in their seats, who adjourned to the
13 inst. Thus has, the.tdit of the state beer aim
rificedno gratify the feelings of ntobc+ratit _against
theinstiatio u vrhicli relieved our stiits of ik recent
pecuniary depression, end thus havelthe Twit first
acts of Porter's administration entailed plunder, die.
grace.ond less of - credit on oar State I
lott im m i r . --)i, , 4
REVIEW OF TILE MARKET!
Poturae, Joins:l7s. 1839.
WHEAT FLOUR, by the toed was Worth onFrway
W HEAT 150 per pallsel, demand.
RYE FLOUR MI/rper cwt. indemand.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR $4.00 per t indemand
RYE, by the load 100 by the l hoshid—ready
RYE CHOP 90 cents per bushel in liemad.
OATS Keane—ready sal
is POTATOES— 80 Units e.
;,CORN-90 canapes bushel in demand.
I 4 CLOVER .SEEO-49.90 per bash, ,g•
TIMOTHY SEED4B 00 per twillel•
t. WEED -1110 per bushel is ddmend.
me B ER- l eo teats per iscound lon — in 17cents
a; Eacis—it eentnPer 8 01 1 4 m
. LARD—llianntaperptie4, I
TALLOW= 10cen p4 Pound• i .
HAMS 14 umui •,i, • z.. .j..., ~
CORN COOP, SS CM'. .f __, .ugagglirwril•
- BACON-IkFeaui Pet P° 0 1 14 a•• ..,.., i .4 •
BgESWAX.--20 cents per 114 11 °•il ' e
- WEATllUS.4Summtierpousd, - ~.., ; ~..., .
_•. •,';' comtio - WOOL;40 debts' pond. , , ;', . ,
• . MACKE EliAi the fig 44 i. it ects.l,lllll i ].. !.
„,, SAL 10; pe.bLOSI: , ...
_.. ;11 . - ~,1.,, .. z .
!-, .1' a 4 411 mstaleiPer." 116- ' • :' , ,• - •'l%'''' '- I:
'; BAY 'lllB, peitint j l . -:- -..-. `--”, ... - :. 4 ,..-,F.., .'.., ..
On Christmas day, by the Rex. A. A.
Trinity .Church, in our Borough, Mr. Ti
Rossi. 41, &llfil Jams AI.DIIoa, *Oh of Pi
By tharkeir. Wm. Cooper, Jau..lst. 1839,
!IL& CLITAMIL to Hiss Er IZAIIICTU TAU.oa,
A STATED Meeting of the It'ottiville Fire En
gine,Company, will be held at Mortimers, on
Wednesday evening, 9th inst. ati7 o'clock. An e.
lection .will beheld for officers to the ensuing year.
Punctual attendance is reque
Last Noti t e .
LL ,persons knowing theta elves indebted to
- 4 ". the subscriber, are required to make settlement
before the Ist March_nezt, site which all accounts
without distinction will be placed in the hands of a
collector. • J. C. KERN.
Reading Steam Works.
THE undersigned are now prepared to manufac
ture to order Steam Begins to any size, and
set into operation in any
. part of the state. Also,
cold or hot riveted Bailers, I ornmotive Boilers,
Rail Road Cara, Mad Jill the work of a general
.nachine shop. S. MAY JONES & Co.
Jan .5. —tf
NAIL AND IRON WORKS,
HAVE on band,
.ROUND & SQUARE IRON,
RAIL ROAD dp.
BarJren of any size drawn W arder. Nails and
Spikes of all sizes, for sale at lowest city prices.
All sizes Rail Road Iron, punched and counter
soak, and cut to angles.
WIjITAKER & CO.
Jan 5,-1839 I—tt
To Creditors and others interested in the
Estate of Samuel De I Pui, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, this letters of Admin.
istratiOn on the Estate o ,the said Simnel De
"Psi, were on the 29th of December last granted by
the Register of Schuylkill County to the under.
signed, both residing in the &slough ofOrwigsburg.
All persons having claim, or'demiusda against the
estate of said decedent, are requested to make
known the same to them with • of delay, and all per.
soma indebted are requested • pay the amount due
to sitber.,9f the subscribers.
DOME, as Fotind, bt Cot
Stanley or a Man of the I
Pater Pi rim,
Heir of fielwoods
Four years in Farming.
aßob of tbe Bowl,
Egypt. Arabia. sPatraea
Jost remeregland for.slkbi
•u elemion held at dr
Woodsy. December 31
PeniOna were elected officea
Mice Hill Rail Road Comps
George Patteroxi, hol' dept. 7
Boni Patterson. ;Gamy 41400,4
Andreekßuesel. , •GenuntLembh •
Markle Shippet, Samuel &Bytom!.
tebbrie Whimq. *sod Triatatez. • *
Pottivillaolawk 11139. . 1 4 ‘.
, • • .
'Davy's flarefy Lunips, , - ,
40 .,.40....,..84.......k,,-- - !..„,,,
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: 1101 .4 1 170 1 Pecellift.:l B l l B#. l /0 ;c4 l ßfot
mais were Alisoo4,ornien - O 4 tbd B eit!ill4l7a l ,
ley Naiitation tpdttell'eCons toint.
erteuing yeaWtOWE zi- •r. •• •
Surd PattetiNW resulait.: •
Itatare.• ' •
- &ion. ;
.G. G. Patina, ;Gimp El. Pate. : •
A. St• Clair Nichols. Jaw Hewes.
Andrew Rawl. Secretary and Treasurer.
51btteville, Inn 5.1839 1—
MEBEFSIA,6II 7 SPEPRIA 7 -18:4here no sue
tbatdistressing disease is the,eebo ffiim
o Roes thousands. Read the many 'certill•
cites of curssperformed by Dr. Wm. Evans' Cam.
girdle Tonic-and Family Aperient
Aillowing,eartiScate most certainly t convince very
Tason,okbogreat efficacy ridge invaluable, wed
Dr. Wit. Evan—Dear. Sir., t l can never be;
grateful enough the the curl; I han•received'by the;
use of your invaluable medicine "(CAMOMILE
PILLS.) I was for fin years very ' , crumbly
troubled with Dyspepsia. which•csuied a nervous
sensation throughout my systim—so mach. that I
sometime* shook a■ if I bad been afflicted with pal—
sy ; during all this time I took many medicines,.
but none would curls me. At last, my physician .
gave me up ; bat fortunately .one day as J was
speaking to a friend on the subject, he told me that
Dr. Wm. Evan's Camomile Pills were the only road
icine that .would cure me t of which I purchased
some, and the result is that I am now enjoying per- i
feet health. Any person wishing to see me cap call
at my house, No. 365 North Front street, Philadel.
phi'. , HENRY L. CiAMPBELL.
. Miller, at
AM .B. POTTt3,
Aturoey at Law.
: - 11 RAMMER,
1-6 t •
and the Holy Land,
B. BANN AN.
Pennsylvania Hall on
1838. the Mowing
of the Mill Creek and
fbr the enstiinglear,
Observe—The General Office for the sale of this
Jledicioe ts at No. 19, North Eight street„Philadel
phia, where certificates of (banyan& may be seen.
Sold be - JOHN T. WERNER.
-Sole agent for Schuylkill county.
1 7in 5
The fol owing are the d n limbers .of the Al
ezandria, No. 8, d rawn 15th December, 1838.
57 47 43 28 27 17 38 5 4 36 368 74 72
Weeent contbutatioo 5 17 38. 44000.
Do. do. 3 36 38, 300. by or
der to the country. The owners Are equefter/.10
forward their prizes for the CASH.
The following are ear bottachemes for 3annary,
Maryland, No. 2.—draws 9LbJanuary-45 num
bers, 13 drawn ballots.
10,000 DOLLARS !
10 of 1,000 DOLLARS
Tickets only ss,—Sbares in proportion.
Richmond, No. 1, draws 12*.Jannary-75 num
bers, 12 drawn ballots,
. 40,000 DOLLARS!
25 of 1000 DOLLARS!
25 of 500 DOLLARS!
Tickets only slo—Shares in proportion.
Maryland, No. 3, drawer:l6th Artuary,—,7s num
bers, 12 drawn ballots.
20,000 DOI:LARS I
20 of 1,000 DOLLARS!
Tickets 115-43 bar es in proportion.
Leesburg, Va., No. 1, drawl 200 of ihriukr./ -75
numbers, 12 drawn ballots,
100 of 100 DOLLARS!
Tickets only slo—Sbares in proportion. „
New Jane!, No. 4, draws 280 January : --,75
numbers, 13thawn ballots.
10 of 1000 DOLLARS!
Tickets only 65—Shares in properties.
Orders fir single tickets, shares, or packages of
wholeor shares, will be promptly answered. - 4 .
irrr. B. These who order Tickets will alma,s
hare a full scheme sent them, if the, require
Al! orders addressed to me, thus,
N. CANFIELD, Camden P. Q. New Jersey
opposite .Philadclphia„ will ,be promptly Answer.
Dec. 29 6-3 t
IMOIFFAVS LIFE MEDICINES —RE.
- 1 -La AN I RATION.—W ben the most importent
functions of life are suspended, and those .w f* are
invalids by inheritance or imprudence are reduced
to a deplorable state of nervous debility, they should
not even then despair, for it is not in despair that
relief can be found. No. ' Let them .first look a
round, and, laying aside"all prejiidices, ask, them
selves this question—"l tmy physicist. _cannot help
me, is his reputed skill my only racial"
Perhaps st that moment the heading of this ad.
vertisement, "Moffat's Life Medicines," would
catch their eye; and were.they in truth divested of
foolish-prejudices, they might, perhaps. be induced
to inquire whether Mr. Moffat's theory and treat
ment of diseases, differed fin that of their own
physicians. , They would then learn thstit did dif-
I ter, and seq widely, and with .most unhappy re- .
If they,ponsued their inquiries atilrfortber, they
would .find that all practising physicians of the
present day, prescribe MERCURY, in some iortn,
for almoist es disease, and they would leatn, too,
that tuercurWmedicines, thqggh they give present
relief, undermine the constitution, and.always leave
the patient in a precarious state of health.
A GOOD VEGETABLE MEDICINE is just
the reverse of ell this. For hundreds of years, be
foga that scourge of mankind, "Mercury;" was em
pliketLin ithe'he.ng_ art, Physicians used nothing
but simple herbal" illlrgptke bible recommends as
the 'skilful phy s sictin b y e wlinisprepareth his medi
cines from herbs. Witness Ecelesiasikus, chapter
V. 3. The skillfuLphysician - up his
head; dad in sight alikthe great men he aka be in
V. 4. Fur he bath prepared his medicines out of
the HERBS of the .earth..and he that is wise *Li
not abbot. them.
posse's qualities. of the most mild and beneficial na.
tore. They are.composed of articles the moat anti
putresseent„ combined with ingredients known as
the oply,certain antidote for fevers of every descrip.
Lion. When the disease ii produced either-from
cold, obstruction, bad air, swampy and camp shoe.
tiqns, or putrid miesmi, whether malignant or epi
demic, or by other causes, these' medicines WV cer
tain in their operation or effects. They are pos.
seated of peculiar qualities, which nut only expel all
demise, but at the same time restore and tnvigorate
the system. Whenairst taken into the stomach,
they immediately diffuse themselves like Asper,
through pore, producing effects at once de.
lightfut, salutary and permanent. When the spark
of life begins to grow dim, thkeirculation languid, I I
and .the faculties janilexed, these medicines are
found to givcrixollito ibe nerves, concrete the ac.
tinal spirit., invigorate the mbody, and re-animate
the whele man.
TIIFAItIEE %MEDICINES have also been used
with theimost happy success in Nervous and Dye..
peptic , diseases, Consumption, Asthma, Liver ICont-
Ethetiiiiatisin, (chronic and inflematory,)
()Topeka, &c. &c.
For full particulars, the reader is invited
at Mr. Moffat's office, 367 Broadway, and receive a
copy of the Good Samaritan, published granntously.
The followigg letters are lately selected from a
'very large neither which Mit Moffettnts •latdly ea_,
calved from different parts of the UMW Settee:. ~
Mr. Moffat.—Dear Sit r with 4h(cere
pleasure that I venture to ,addrelle«,l o 9! . I .bi . tbank
yon for the toduefit I have remised froMlinir mad
imam. My complaint wealth:rho*, for;whicb.l
have tiled ell - the meditnewirMeh ?a!!itatif,tat,ftked
in the newspapers. I, hinettntr, !rocaleed' 131?-:Xelief
from any of them. Sicical 'Vet . ahiiwn; Good
Samaritan, which igd*l4lte to try
.cine. When 1 ippqad !Ulm). my and arms'
,mere Se bad - timitAgyarrolied 'Sec law lief; and
were covered lalfifirikitnitifter tiMie a 25 GeV
box °flour tea. tka ilkjti beiair 30 surge At.
and pi l iviaoentirelysUred• - :: . 44
op* fbuettiestle SiteillVesiniettie l d.OWs!Oad
no return oritio«opiiiiit;:. haVa
youvriisai4MO :to several Yeeeene,462 WOW sa'she'
Willietediridt the sakrifeass to try
Gilly r yor,r.obedient tier Let. M.tctravEit; --••
• 13th.lLborewhimiuld I litslisio Avenues !
For fortlierOarticiliufar the i t *e, 'intdijisse
MOlDit'a Good isinisito)mOrtjollygiiMeltibiroJ4e.'
' 1 , , ,' t
7 :i - : -4.101/11* '°-
' Ibir-' AllmoblY *M . be.a" 0 . 14 / 1 1311 4 - . 1',f21
I, l4l 4bler.lisilelity, kieeine.bie
,u4 . ,1 I 7 . - f - ,
: The - Vdiei et Pottsville *ill liel WWI* ilielil,;1; 1 '
-riaagoofrat I imit A eaki. --....,' --;,:..*- ~...,
",.- / \.,© By wise of ilialtuatire s,l
C. 1. • - • .••
.91011 siwero g na .iierst4.
they_have -bought..at:Cionatable ukr . 4014: , ; ,
Schuyikip canal - Dolts , : via. John `Nergeburafg; ,[
433. Topa. No. 420. Krkd . upon and soli it flh,
property, Of John Jojrto,Dec.-10..-11141a**1.4:1
t 6" 0 11' 12103 Wind
thri Odd %Op ter the limperty, 10"1 nr
Janet. ', -A. DENDERSINfI I !I 1 4. 1 -.
Port Callum, Dec. 99tb; 1818. :1
rINHE Sutweriher, with a viitar to"alosr hti.Mwit. "f
as in this plaoe, from 'OW Seds.sll 47 lP
ramose shortlf. sellinaMr larp.fititek H
of pr: Gloats, GrocerreaQueettivaril
at suit prima. and also of itenwfal lorswitlii ie ,
ready made clothing, such aul'azitakinetOkinnik•
gouts.Nssts. Dress - Ulna
iniites all who are desirous of Ottiehashit articles
in his lice at ,low prices, logic. him knoll: •
,J;CaiLlt t. RN. '
Office at the Mies Jill and &hi
yen Rail , road Colts t1411:', • -
A E annual meeting of
pan,, will be held at their offlielti.,:llilo:4l
of the fianklin tokitote, on the 14th day:htilintieity
1030. at 10 o'clock A M, alter erldiVidi'utileationi
will 60,1141 d for chbihe of a President gistil tati'Maria
gen, to conduct the offairi -of aaidillootpany lot
MO. tf. CRES§iOttilkeiy.
Serie of Lauds,
nit Virtue of a %VOW. Process, imbed
cellency, the'Graiernor of the.Cornmwereellt
of Penneylvania, and to me directeri;linsW:vitlf-lio
.exposed,to pub he sale at the City Elidet,in - tbik ails
of Philadelphia, onitiondisy the I.4th day'
next, all the right, titleinnervit, of John,
Nichtilson, and Peter ileynton deceaSed, in and fia
the frOowing tracts of land adjesiged.-talimillai
property of the said • JohnNiOolebn 'and 'Pete'
&piton, against wham Militate s i.'Mtti—sur.
rayed on warrant in the .fallowirimmois; to wit..
James &Meal, situate in Sehnylkill-Suitirdy,-and
be sold as the property of the said Man - Nish le on
and Peter Saynton, fur a debt due‘ilittCotorninu.
wealth, in par/lance of the acverat:ftrrifAeseinb.
ly, on that anWeet made aridenai a 4
A. 111. 4 1 4 -oTX*..rgait..,= . 47
fore Commonweal*if 41M0-410,4'
Prove. tal things I—.ll. \ old fast , that
which is good. Biblt:
that she future deatinf of man.
JIB! kind, ii3he most interesting ariii,unpingint
subject that can iwg presented to die .mind • and
every person should freely exercise the tight* and
prikilegee of 'deciding for therptekert
the following works are offered tor sale: •
The discussion between Rey. E 8 •Et.Y.tPreeby,4
terien,) and Rev.- A C Tnouse,
the minjant question, "is the doerne oc :MAN*
punishment taught in the Bible ormott4lc4i, *Abe '
Bible teach the doctrine of the 1101fAiiiit and
-Hanpinoss of all mattind?" Ttictilltscesstan „Ou
twear. Rev M P Baawsit; (Methodbit4 and.l"Wittir
EitORE, (Universatist,) whether Om doctrine °find
less misery is revealed in the'scrigitniedl o s
Bauoua's "enquiry into the scriptural impart if
the words, Snim., Hants, Tairmins, end Eammisa v
translated Hell in the common. Eicilidilteridon."
Baliou's sermons on lsa 50--4,lat.Theell 3-21.
2d Cor% 5-10, 2 Sam. 15-6. Rom.t.., 1 - lad 2.
Gen ,-.4, 2, Peter, 3-18, Gala 327 arid 2;82 : C0r.4 14.
and 15, also in Pamphlet form. tbielfkinat that
Holy G , 1 6 ?, Matt. 12 13 and 3% tbeTene
Rom. • death iiidiodgement..llelY jr 7 and
28, putt and meycy, Pea. 62-12, Viiifetaidlefiki;
: Reinarke at. &1.
vatilm, (by John ' lilC•Creelanti) sad Strientr's
Hymns. The alare;Eooits Jind.4tiippbligi
be Itad of SamtieLEKta. Mcipistl‘Aigailis 41 0
M. Crosland. - 7 -t • • • •
THE subscriber "having latelyYeturerd from*
Philadelphia,ls Arm larrrelneopplied. wadi-
Groceries,Cheese; Cod*, Wineyliknors,
1500 Hama. a supply of Dried &ph ItelvereVANlF-_,l
rel. of:lrish .Herringe, 60 barcebk;
a supstior quality, suitable for ;hierideilieeperairt
supply of domestiri Dry glop* z:ari- remissive
supply of Winter Clothing, aoliablik-for -41±±t
region, also Boota end „Bootees ;el,"leotrojie ati,eg
and ell:Wries t all of *phi& beaters tOr kW
prices for cash or country roiled&
HENRY BOYD: • ,
Morris' Addition, Dec 22;1538.. 5-If
THE Subscribers having reeled Abe wharf on
Fairmount darn, foot of Willow Stitairit4tk
joining the one occupied' by A. .1.. Boltim di pi.
are prepared to receive Coal, T.titiibei;,lo. ? :eii
wharfage, and commission. Entjairri cif tlie, siah.
, er jh ers on the premises, or at 28 Bolitivlliquir.or*
BUNTING, CLARK & co,
Bui/ding Niels for Ska
ON the the upper road between Potteville•Aort Port.
Carbon. Apply to the pubscriber.
Greenwood Colliery, Pottsville. • l• • •
SAMUEL / 11F4W,L5.. 1 .•
Nov. 17 • s*-4.k.,
QTRAYED away fhpri the Soineriberwe 1411 0 .
b. J I last, • DARN RED COW."Anyventais hwittor
any knowledge of the same. ittlhdeaserliee *OW,
to T. di J. Beatty, and will be itbeo l 4.2eVecl
by • JOBEN - Lfw
Deeember•2o, 1838, • . •,, 4
FreshNlallagal,FolA . .
Whole, Flair, and Quarter,boni. just ragaitiad
and for sale by • - BATTY:'B
Dee.l3 • 1. 3
Yeast Powders, „:
loos sale by • T ; &:3, BEern% ,
-Au Dec. 8
46 / 6 4 7 ‘M t kS i ti i **§ :"
MWFRA size, with Fiztaia sirs :' , ilippiy at
a 4 4, this once. —. 4
40 B M M.
riindA. g elq.
40 s t
40 •11b1s, iNbiskey t fbr nig *
-• • • ' •N. 1411IANS Co
ASUPERIOR artfelb-livirl i •
TOW recerretiand for vllt.,43,4iperio rt
der, l ,,Mould B ock Shot,"o:4oolop.,Ciiih i jok
apaltaariffesd. J01111,A4Q4144, ,1. •
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