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IFrom the Hamilton (C. V. Spectator
A JFmt aaotwwrlo.
Appearance are often Terjr deceiUu', but re-
r more a? than when a lady aasiimei foa!a at-i-f,
tni In that disguise visits; one of her, own
, end pouri into her willing ear a portion of
tfi soft, tweet attains of fteter-ending We.
There I KHnfflhifigttrtAg anil ronatic a tout
practice of th lad tee making love to finch
n'hiT, for which we could Defer account. Whe
"i r it fa done through niiachtevov p'ayfulctess
'roro a rrjTe curiosity to know the rjcretsof
vir h?aTtt ; or whether it arie from a de-
re to be rvenpd on the vx, by a portion of
if who have never themselve been lavrrred
with a lover, thejr only know who practice it.
We make the foregoing remark by way f
introducing a series of courting adventure
which lately fell to the lot of a buxom yonng
Inth ctrl residing in this vity. This maiden of
the would4e masculine gender rejoice in the
i ton of Eliza McCorrnick, and for the last two
if three year ha manifested tuch a anici)laf
'ii(ard for a gentleman's coat and pantaloon
Sit she often promenaded the street of Hamil
i"ti in a full dreg, even to a cigar and a crook
tJcauc. Thua equipped, next object waa to
i"k out for a sweetheart ; a business, in which
-:ij ceums to have been exceedingly fortunate
erolably because (he waa better acquainted
vi;h the strength of the citadel and the method
conducting a successful attack than of those
. hose dress and appearance she assumed. Eo
itiat as it may, we have been made acquainted
with six of her pretended courtships, and all
How many more she may have been engaged
in we know not, but to three of these she 'pop
vJ the quetioti" of marringe was accepted,
hi: J one of them indulged so far in the pleading
I'icam of matrimonial bliss that she actually pre
pared her wedding dress. During the time
J!at this female Lothario waa carry itg on her
illations, she was living as a servant in the
'"y, and she invariably played her pranks upon
ich girls as were acquainted with the families
in which she lived.
She assumed all manner or characters, and
hud as many names as a member of the London
c veil mob. Sometimes die was a studeiit of
medicine sometimes a limb of the law in one
place she was a book keeper in a dry goods store
in another a gentleman of property lately ar
rived from Ireland, and was exceedingly hard
up for a wife. When she determined on a
nocturnal visit to any of the dear creatures
u huse hearts she had eo skillully charmed, she
always went in her real character and dree, a
day or two previous, and after sounding the
ilopth of tlio young lady's affection for Mr. 1.1 c
Keneie, or Fitzpatrick, or whatever name she
had assumed, she would inform her that she
li.td been sent by this gentleman to ssy that he
would visit the object of his heart's fonoest so
licitude., at a certain hour of a certain night.
This was playing a double game. It enabled
in her real character to find out the state of the
girl's mind, and in her assumed one, to use that
information for her own advantage.
The mot recent love making anventure that
thin breaker of ladies' lieorts was enpaged in,
ti-rmintiled rather tragically on Sunday last.
She was engaged as a servant some two months
iiju by a lady in the city, and at her master's
house she became acquainted with a young girl
who was occasionally employed there as a
i-inpatrcas. When the acquaintance had ri
pned into something like confidence she told
(he girl that a clerk in a certain store in town
waa deeply in love with her, and that he had
walked several nights in front of her father's
residence whistling a peculiar tune, in order, if
nnsVible, to get one glimpse of her pretty face.
Tbc bait was wallowed.
To be loved ao ardently, and by a clerk, too,
made the young girl's heart beat high, and
when she w,a informed that Mr. Crawford,
(the nam h heroine had assumed,) would
ivi her dwelling whistling on a certoin night,
h'.VHiU-.! hi approach with a kind of fever
nh nx'ty, ehadod with love. The night rame,
nmi po !r. Oawford, alias M'ss Eliza Mc
Cvn:r, drnfjpd in a mit of hi r master's clothes
tie ;it--d ki 1-j.tle tune the door of a certain
house wh noiselessly opened as he passed, and
the young sempstress, bliuhiug at her boldnessi,
stood gazing on his reeding figure. In a few
minute he had returned, and in a few more ha
commenced operations, lis v.n in luve
deeply, distractedly eud incurably.
Ehe listened lo hi avowal, gave him some
encouragement, and told him that she was free
tram any engagement. This seemed to revive
his love-lorn spirits, and after making at, ap
pointment fur another interview, Mr. Crawford
departed. The parties met several limes sub
sequently, but the young g.rl was not so green
s her pseudo lover had expected. She suspec
ted that Mr. Crawford was an animal of the fe
minine gender, and aha communicated her su
spicion to a young man of her acquaintance,
who, with a trusty companion, waa ready lo
pounce upon the unfortunate lover the neat'day
he would make his appearance. Latt (Sunday
night gave the desired opportunity- Mr. Craw
fu'd was seized, but like a genuine Irishman,
re up with his hot and knocked down one of his
intruders. Wbeo the scuffle was ended Mi
X maid in all her charms V
f3he was token to the police office and locked
ij during the remainder ot the night. On Mon
day evening, a no person hud appeared against
her, she was liberated and resumed female at
tire. We hope that the shame and mortifica
tion of a public exposure will have a salutary
i-tfect upon her future conduct. Miss McCor
rnick is said to be the same person who figured
tor three weeks io the neighborhood of Us It a
hort time since, uodsr tha disguise ot a sick
It A X K NOTE LliTi"
Tit Mluwlntf list shoW the current value of ell
Vnn.iy,Wnta Bank KoSra. . Tha moat Implicit rs
Innce may 1 phtoetf upon it, as it U trrry tottk
rcfglty oomparsJ with and corrtctej ficn BUk
eell's lteorar. ,
tlnnUit In Plilladelpbln,
Bank of Niwth America
(lank of the Northern I.iliertle , ,
Comrhrci1 Batik of Ponn'a. . ,
Farmers ahJ Mechanics' Bank .
Kentihrtton Bank ,
Philadelphia Bunk . 1
8c1iumll Unnk ...
Wintern ltnk , .
ManufartuTers' A Mechanira' D.Kik
Bank of Peon Township . .
rtirard Dank .
!Ink of Commerce, late MoyDmcninB
Bank of 2'ermaylvauia . .
', Country tlnnUs.
Bank of Chester Count) Westchester
Darrtt of Delaware Conwy Chester
Bank w Oermsntown Uermatitnwn
Bank of Moncmery Co. Norristown
D.iylontown llank Doylntown
Raston Bank East on
Farmern' Hsrrk rtf Dock eo Bristol
BnnV of Northumberland Northumberland tar
t'olumtiia HinK A tlridge eo. Columbia (r
FarmeH I5wk of Laneaater Lanoiei par
Lancaster t.'ounty Bank
Farmora' ttnuk of Reading
Office of Bank of Penn'a.
Office do do
OtPice do do
Office do do
Lancnater I olTicea
fielding f do not
NOTES AT DISCOUNT.
Rank of the 1 'nited Slates
Miners' Bonk of Pottaville
Banlt of tiewistown
Bank of Middle-town
Do do ' branch of
Merchants' & Mamif. Bant
Bank of Pittsburg
Wi n Branch B.mk
Berks Coontv Bank
Olfir. of Bank of U. S.
Do do do
Do do da
Bank of Charohcrehorg
Bank ol Gettysburg
llnnk of Hui-quehanua Co.
Farmem' At Drovers' Bank
Monnni;ahela Bank of B.
Lewi.town 1 j
V-idinetown Jal I
Carlisle I :
M'tlkesbarr tj !
Pittsburg failed I
Erie do :
New Briithlim do j
Chsinbersburg I j
Gettystntrg J !
Montrose I j i
Erie IJsli i
York sl !
N. II. 'Ibe note of those banks on which we
omit quotations, sikI substitute a dah ( ) are not
purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, with the
exception of those which have a letter of rt ferenc.
PhilaoVIr1iia Sav. Ins.
Philadelphia Loan Co.
Schuylkill 9av. Ins.
Kensington Sar. Ins. A
J'hiladt lk hia
Pent) Township 8a v. Ina.
Manual Labor Bank (T. W( Dyott, prop.) failed
I'owaiWla Bank Tnwanda
Alleghany Bank of Pa. Bedford
Bank of Beaver Beaver
Bank of Swatara Hsniaburg
Bank of Wasldngtnn Washington
Centre Bank Belli foulc
L'ity Bank Pitthiiig
Farmers' &l Mech'ra' Bank Ptlttburg
Farmers' &. Mech'ca' Bank Fayette co.
Facmera' tt Mech'ca' Bank tireencaat'e
Harmony Institute Harmony
Huntingdon Bank Huntingdon
Juniata Bank Lewistowrt
Lumbermen's Bsnk Warren
Northern Bank ef Pa. Unn.l.ifl'
New Hope Del. Bridge Co. New Hope
Northumb'd Uutoii Col. Bk. Milton
North Y extern Bank of Pa. Msadvillo
Office of Schuylkill Bank Port tJarbon
Pa. Agr. it Msnuf. Bank Carlixle
Silver Lake Bank Montrnae
Union Bank of Penn'a. I'ninntown
Westmoreland Bank Grerna'.mrg
no sale I
C i "!
Wilkesbarre Lunge t'o.
Wilkesbarre no sale
q3 All notes purgiortiiig to be on any Ponm-yl-vania
Bank not given in ths ahova hit, may be set
Jown aa frauda.
SEW J full SKY.
Bank of New Biuiiswiek
Burlington Co. Bank
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk
Farmers' and Mechanics' Uk
Farmers' and Merchants' Bk
Frsuklin Bank of N.J.
Ilohoken Bkgdc Ciaimg Co Hohuken
Jersey City Bank JirwyCity
Mcchauica' Bank Patteisou
Manufacturers' Bank LMIeville
Morris County Bank Morristown
Monmouth Bk of N. J. Freehold
Mechanics' Bank Newark
Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk Trenton
Morria fan! end Bkg Co Jenny City
Newark Bkg 6i Ina Co Newark
New Ho-e Del Bridge Co l.aiiitieilailU
N. J. Manufac. and Bkg Co Hoboken
N J Proteclon & Lomi.arJ fk Jersey City
Orange Bank Orange
Pater.ou Bank Palarauu
Peoples' Bank do
Princeton Bank Princeton
Salem Banking Co Salem
State Bank Newark
State Bank Elisahemlown
Slate Bank Camden
Stale Batik of Morria Morn.iosiu
8uta Bank Trenton
Salem aud Pbilad Manuf Co Halein
8uasei Bank Newton
Trenton Banking Co Trenton
l.'nion Dank Dever
Wa.hinglon Banking Co. Hackeneack
Bk of Wilm & Brandy wine Wilmington
Bank of Delaware Wilmington
Bank of Bmyrna Smyrna
Do bianch Miltord
Farmers1 Bk of Stat ef Del Dover
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch fleoigelowo
Do branch Neweaatle
Uuioo Bank Wilmington
r Under B'a
GQ On sll banks narked thus () there are eil
the counUrfeit or altered notes ef ihe various da
DemiMUesjs, U circaJstion. -
fWVlANKFt f, for; the liberal encouracemeM
JS which ha ba received, wool I respectfully
Inform Lis friends and th cititans oC KorvbumtH-'r-land
county in general, that hs has prcparexl ldin
self with tbe best
the best Incorruptible Teeth, Uold Plats,
Gold Foil, fee. , that csn be bad in the city of Phi
ladolphia i and that lis will endeavor, to tha utmunt
ef his ability, to render full salinfaction to all who
may think proper to engng his services. Ha will
bs In Sunbury at the August court, where he will
he prepared, at his residence, to insert Teeth on
Hold Plnte, or on Pivot, on the Istest and most ap
proved pluns nod attend to all the branches belong
ing to DENTAL SURGERY.
I.idica will he waited on at their place of real
donee, if desired. j
Hit ihargva will be reasonable, and bis woik ;
He will visit different pita ef tha county, about ,
once in threu month. i
Hunhury, July ISth. 181(5. Cm (
B. KIIVIBXSRy JR,
! So. 34 Sorlh. Fourth Strrrt, vndtr the Mer
a li mii i) a KB runs
KEEPS constantly on hand an exter.sive as
sortment of all kind of Silk, Fur and liea
vi i llii.. which ha offers for ssle on the most rea
His Hats ar made up ot the twit I J,,,' ho! , at .rica ljcr than evr bdure iiTi-r-in
the most approved style. Per- rd. Come and Set
son. visiting the city will find it to their interest to ;
call. July 11th, 1846. ly
SILVElt 31 ED A L,
1W1SIIU SV TBS tHlMBUR ISriTLT
City Dagntrrcolypc Establishment.
(LlTS SlMOK Si t'OLlltS.)
Ke. 100 Chunul tt., iarc Third, South tide,
mil. AS)E ir KI A.
MINIATURES token equally as well in clou
dy aa incleir vte.ither. A drk silk dress
for a lady, and a black unit for a t'enllemnti. are
I refutable in sitting fir a pirtme. Noeiira charge
is uiade for coloring, and perfect likenesses are
gutramied. July 4b, IS4fi. ly
TIHE House has undergone a thorough tepnir.
M. 'lhe proprietors nolicit its former patronage.
Terms f I 25 per dsy.
WW. W. TUX.
ARTHUR I. FOCO.
Ju!v 4. IfJlR. W
P II I L A D U L 1 III A.
fflIIS Urpe and cnmmoJius Hotel hs recrntly
L bren filled up wiih eniiro new furniture.
The swlxtcribers therefore solicit the patronage of
the I'ublic, and trust that their experience in the
husineioi will enable them to givs entire satisfac
tion. Terms moderat.
BAtil.EY, McKENZlE & Co.
July 4ih; 181C ly
Kcllrr A fSrcoaoii&h,
J P.TS1TT ATTOPklTETG,
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A?IJ Jll'.t. 1 1 A r 1 1 AL r.AulAM'.Kii,
WASIIINaTON, D. O.
i "HlkRA WIXG3 and Pars for tha Patent Of.
1 SJ fice will be prepared b; them, at their ofH -e,
I opposite the Patent Office,
, ,,.. llL ,OJ ,
Julv. 4th. 1 84(1. lr
I M I' (I It f A X T
TO ALL COI NTIIY
1 UU insy lie sura of obtaining, at
i kj an times, pure anu ntgniy navorcu
By the single pound or larger qunr.tity, al Ihe
rekln Ten Company M'archousie,
iuin toconn tiretr, iriwrtn .vamtt ana M-
Heretofore it has been very difficult, indeed, al-
mnvt impoitdble, always n obtain good Oreiti and
HI ick '1'cos. But no vou have only to visit the
I ikin Ten l.,iripan s Ptnre, to obtain as delirious
iinil frnerant Tij aa vioi r.Mitil M-i.h fur A It falea
can here he suited, with the advantage of getting a !
pure article at a low price. j
June S7tti, !
Iron ManufarV de j
Portable Platform do I
20 differcn' aires, i
Dor mot or Floor do
6 dill", lent sitc.
1? different size.
The above Scales are
mvln cither single or
double besm, and ar
', accurate and conveui
We al-o have Platfoim
decidedly the moai dua'.
ent .e.da ever inteoted.
and Count r Hcsles, Patent
Bslanera and every
kind of Weighing Machines in use fet sale, whole
sale and retail, at low prices. All Scales sold by us
to go out of the city, are loird free of charge, and
i wanaiiied to give eatiMiction t-v toe pureniser in
every particular. CRAY St BROTHER.
i ii iiuinvjvivaisi gnu I'rairfsa, iiu. 01 t luua asvivi i, 1
3 I June 27, !. ly Philadelphia, j
kt ..r.i... i r . i vr . ij ' I.... ..s ...s
J HORSE SHOES.:
ir If "'" Hhocs, tor aalo al
1 j V Jl"'es, by
I " V CRAY ft
June 27. 1 846. J y 34 W
alnul .1. I'hilad.
(J ALT. New Yok Salt in barrels and bags, for
sl at manufaciurera' pricee. by
CRAY eV BROTHER.
June 27, 1640. ly 34 Walnut at. Philad.
" " cTl " b ' t a iif g7
TlIOLCSAMa AND IIUTAIL.
THE subareibere are constantly manufacturing
fiotn tha best French, English and Ainencan
manofactured Cloths snd Caaaimere, CLOTHING
in very eupcrior atyle, cut and workmanship.
Persona buying lo aell agaia will find on of tb
largest and moat fashionable alock of good to select
from in th city, and at unpiecedented lw prices.
J. W.&E. D.8TOKE8,
194 Market at. Philad.
N. B, A large assortmerl of Odd Fellows' Re
galia constantly on band, and all ordera from lodges
or individuals panctual'y allvnded lo, on th moat
liberal terms. J. W, St E. D
FhUadoirbi. Juu rib, 1848.-ly
lave. you ncnril llic Jrwaif
NOt! WPAT IS IT?
At n iVs.'fOi) , .' Morfot ktne1,'(fdjoin!rit thi fVss
TTA3 Ju rectri fmfn PhillJolplila the Urges',
haddimrxi and beat flMortroent of : ' '
BOOTS AM) SHOES
I of eteiy depcripiion, that lias ever fieen brought to
tins place. And fepst, la belief liiey sy tie .
sella no cheap, that you can buy Tvo tkinfir the j
tame monr.y (hut yuit uud ta pat fur ent.pitir.
Hs Beta for Cash nnJ Ssils rou Cinrt, onJ
I that i the re.is in that he can ufford lo pelt them ao (
much chenpor. If you dor.'l want to buy, jutt call
1 and aee hi e'eck- He i alwaya 1 j J to aea his ,
I customerc; and it is no troutile to him in show his .
1 goi-xlt", Ju't to eiva you an iJa how chea, he doe
ell, the following i a li.t of ri:e of a psit of his j
Men's Thick Boot.,
du I'ino Urjin do
do Calf . . do
Boys' Thick do
Men's Thick Brogsn,
Women's Morocco Welts
and Kid Springs,
Women's best City mads
Ladies' j Guiurs and Cai-
worl'u (t 00 M fl 75
4 M at
6 00 at
S CO at
S 00 at
I 87 at
I CO at
1 76 '
1 C2 at I 12
3 CO at 1
A'so. evirv varietv nf I.tilie.'. Linv.' nud
Ronbury, Jane I2ih, 1846. 6m ! '
DANVILLE, CCLUrJCIA COUNTY,
flHE Danville Steam IVvale.n A'jc.'ory. fo.mr
M. !y owned and cccup ed by Dr. I'stbiri. h a
recently barn f urcl ased by the mb ciibrrs, who
reictfullv announce lo their friund and the pub
lic general y, that thy a t now pirpired to do til
kinds of work in thcii lii.e of business, at the shor
tcut notice, ar-cording Li orocr, and in the best com
parative n.ri'iKr. Hav,nii, gone to couidi'r;ib!e
expene in rrpairirc; ll.tir Oiarhinery and aparntus,
snd being mi. per.i.uUr in eeuring tilt service ot
extierienced inecbcnies, tlirv feel confident th'il
! they sre rapalde ot executing sll kin. Is of work in
i a style superior to n: y older frtabiisiimeiit in the
countrv, ai the old et ntnmnrv p ie s.
! CLOTHS. SATIN ETTS. FLANNELS a
i BLANKETS conrtnn ly on band, ami for s.le at
rednoid prices, for Usui i r Bur'er.
4 AUIIC; M l l l.LIMJ
will be done in the tn ut niinner, ot the usual pri
ce. All kinds nf conn try prndure taken in pay-
mmt for woik, at D mvilia rnarket prices.
, For the accommodation of ihose who live at
, di-lHiici', Worn, and Cloth will tie tnken in at,
! and, when iiniahi d, returm-d 1 1 tha follow inn p'a
i res. I'biin written directions must accompany
j each parcel :
Culutnlna County. Koup Ar Marr's store, Wa
! shingli tiville ; H. Fruit's store, Jrr.t-ytown ; Yea
; ger'a inn, Kohring t'rerk; iSharptess' s ore, i'alta
i wissa; C P. Mann' stote, Mitllitivi!h ; Miller's
store. Hern iik ; J. Cline' Mill; Hirkrt' store,
, Orangevillo; Derr's .tore. White Hall,
j Northumberland Coiiui Michael I.'eaJer'sinn,
'J'url'Ulville ; IrrJnnd &. Hsv's store, McEwens
: ville; E. L. Piper'a store, Wstaonstowri ; S. I.
j ('"inly c Cn' store, Milton; lii Icon's inn, Chit
lisjuaque ; Forsyth's store, Northumbcrlind :
( Vmifit'l Hlnl. ft.mlnlru
I Luzerne fWi.r.-llejnold's atore, Kinpston ;
j r- i i i t . . ' , 1 1 , .,... ,.!..
iinoeraieevo a aioie, iinri.ouiie , iij;i'.iinriuir,
Plymouth; Stjr utore, Naiilhoke ; Judg
Maik'a Mdl, HuiitiriKton.
Lycoming Count. D. t'l ipp'a store, Money ;
Sh( cnuker's store, Smith' Mil!.
tiEAHHAUT c. KOWNOYER.
Danville. May . 1H4.
" lKWvi.VANlA "llbX'SK,
a-aairrr- ..i i i .. ,r.i.i-.. u, , .,
I ,, ., . . ... ,. , . .
: JL cy, Pa , respectfully informs the old and nu-
' nitrous customers of the
i IssismvIi :tnl:i Ilmisr. i
and Ihe public generally, that he has leased the
' T.,nci.,..i nf i.,kn UI....W i., ll.nv.llc. !,
j nf j, now prepared to entertain travellers, and per. ,
( son viniting the town, in the vrry beat style. The i
. accommodations will be such as well conducted
' public hou vhould afTord, and no effort will be
j spared to render aalinfaction, in eviy respect, lo all i
who may call. I he cilisens of Lycoming ccunly
are invited lo put up with the undersigned when
I hey visit Danville.
Dni!ln. Msy 2, 1S46.
VHITE 3VA1T HOTEL,
1U U Sl KKKT, I'lllI.Anil I'lllA.
in J. iim i:us.
THIS location ia convt nient for Bus;nrsa m'n
visaing the riiy. Every psins is taken to se
cure the contort of faveliei.
Mvrch 7, 1840. ly
T Tl 1 IW--C- Ill-Il.-
li t i I'. lul.Air i n ii w a iAi,
Opposite Ike Court llouye,
THE (Suhcrilx r, who assis'ed for
venl years in Ihe m-iiisaemrnt of the a-
r--i Imve Hoiet. lately keiii by Mr. S. A. Bra-
i"f 'ItSdy, bigs leave to 1 1 ; f--r in lh travelling
pub'ic, that be has taken the estahli.hment on bi
own scroui t. on the fir.t of January, 1840.
Th H.uue has, ol la'e, undergone many import
lant alterations, and the present Conductor promi-es
to leave nothing undone to in ike it a comfortaMe
and aprecable, as welt aa a cheap and accommoda
ting stopping pliice for slrnncrrs who may visit our
floarii-hing villa e. No pains nor eipenee wi'l he
spared W fill the table and ihe bar with the lt tl.e
mnrketa afford, and with
lh., .1. Ii'immi'inn lo i r.
vo'e bis entire personal attention lo th comfort of ;
those wha may make his hnuv their temporary a
bode, and aided by ai live, careful end obliging ser-
van's, he hopes lo give gen. rat ealisfaction, and re-
ceive a liU-ral share nf rovlom.
flj Large and commodioua BTABLES are al- j
l ached lo the establishment, which ere attended by ,
careful and obliging hoi-llera.
GIDEON M. SHOOP. i
January t4lh. 1848 if . " .
exvftft'a Bpnni s op tmv7ir.
trading Grease, Dry Paint, Varnish, Tar,
W as, tte. flora clothing of any description, war.
rantd not lo Injur the cloth or (he most delicate
colore. Thi liquid hs also been Died with great
ucceae in caere ol Burns, Scalds, Telt'r, Pimples
on the face, Chapped hands, for ii. Rhsuma
ti.m, Hard or soft Corns, 4c, fj Price, 16 eta.
per bottle. Tor sal at lh store of '
July 18. 1846. . H. MAPSER.
Cu)XgHJi$ii 7A-Ulu and BlacJr, Co8'
, Ink, o( aupeaier quality, f-x ssle cheap. at the
More of HENRY MAHfcEB.
July 4tb, 1644.
Boslneas attenrlej in the Countle of Nor
thutplerlsrrd, L'nian. Lycoming and Columbia.
!- I Refer ti
i ; r. ot A. navotur,
Lowtn & Uinnow,
Homsss St 8OU0HSSS,
; ' Bat xoliis, McFari 4nu 4. Co.
Sriniso, Ooon St Co.,
I'ETEll 11. MASSER,
RECENTLY FROM PHILADELPHIA,
ESPECTFl :LLY informs lbs ciiusns of
Kunbury snd vicinitv, that hs bss openeit an
olhca at lb reidi,r of Henry Maai-cr, in Market
street, where hs is prepnted to rxreut all kinds ot
l)ti rt rib-its (t,- Plat Work, ic, on Iho latent
and mot approved plans. '
Having bad some eiperienre and ins'fueti.m,
under rne of the movt eminent and surcesful Den
lis s in riiilaJi-lnhis, he llirvea Hut ha will be
ab'.a to iv satisfsctlon lo those who may want hi.
Ladies will be waited on at their place of resi-
dence.- Ills charge will 1 moderate, and his
1 woik warranted. v " :
8unbury, March 3SIU.
EVANS & WATSON,
Is'o. 7(1 Soith Thibd fcyrRttT,
Oppotiite the PLiladtlphia Ljcrhangt,
VrfH. jvianuinciure anu cor;-
r k (t:...rlriiil of tlirir I'alenl lm-
',... , . M.l,.m.n,1ef K I 1! R
SpROOF 'SAFES, which are
Who consttucted as to set at ret
all manner of dnub' si to their
bein? alrictlv fire proof, tnd
that ihey will re.iat the fiie of any building in the
world. The outsidc-csie tf Ihe Safes are ma.le of
boiler iron, I he inside ce of soip.tone, and be
tween ibe r uter cise anJ inner case ia a spue of
s'-.mc 3 inrhea thick, and is filled in with inde-tiur-tihle
miterial, so as to make it an inipos.-bility to
ever bom sr v nf the contents inside i-f this I. beiit.
Thfae S. apslono Sabimandera we ar prepared
and do challenge the waild to produce any article
in tl.e shape of Book Sfr (hat will stuntl as murb
beat, ind w hold ouiselvt rcai'y at all limrs to
hs ihera fa.rly tesie l by public bonfire, fhould a
nv of our competirors feel disposed to try them.
We a1o continue ti manufacture and keep con
stantly on hand, n Isrpc and neral nsorttnent of
our I i em iu in Air tight Fire Proof tafes. t f which
we hixe a large quantiiy in ut-c, an I in every in- t
Msncs they have niveo entire ailiafactjon to the
purchasers of which we will refer the public lo a
few gentlemen who have them in us.
N. A ft. Taylor, 129 north 31 .; A. Wricht
V N'ptiew, Ytne at. wharf ; Alexander t.'aror, Con
veyancer, corner of Filbert and 9th '.: John M
Ford, 32 north 3d ft.; Mver Buh. 20 nor'h 3d
t.; Bailey A Brother, 139 Make! .t.; James M. .
Paul, 101 sou'h 4th St.; Dr. David J-yne, 8 oolh
ad st.; Matthew T. Miller, 20 smith '.Id .; ai d
we could name aonie three or four hundred oihera
if it were necessary. Now we invite the attention
of the public, and particularly Inner in winl of
F'ire Proof Mtfe, to call at our store befo'e purcha
sing elsewhere, and we think we can satisfy them
that they will get a better and cheaper article at
our ftore thnn any other establishment in the city.
We also ronlinue to manufacture Seal and l!o-
jing Prrsnes, made in such a manner aa to an
swer both purpoea ; Hoisting Machines, Fne
Proof Doors, with our own manufai-ture of locks
on them, with D. Evana's Patent Keyhole cover
attached io the same; plain and ornamental Iron
N. B. We keep constantly on hand a hrg e as
sortment of our Patent Slate Linid li, tiiper t H,
Water Fllleis and Ciders; and we have also on
hand aeveral second hand Fire Proof Cliesti taken
' in exchange for our, whiih wu will dopiwe of at
very l.-w piice.
Philadelphia, January 24 h, 1S1C ly
To 1ni''liaNrx nf
.Yo. 1X1 J'earlnl., NEW YORK.
j I I AYINttc.tablbhed a Branch al No. ItlChv-
nut St.. rniianeiptiis, is now opening, sn.i win
be cona'ant v receiving trom the iScw i ork Auc- ,
. : . . r
Hon., an eitrnsive assortment of
FANCY & STAPLE DR7 COCSS.
; which will be sold at the lowest New York piicea
ai wnoiesaie anu niiau. ninong nia mock win
found a good assortment of the followieg articles: .
Jacennets, Plaid, Hair Cold, Lace, Siripe, Book.
Swi-a and Tarlatan Muslins, Uuh p and Linen
I.iwns, Fsncy Cap Netts, Fancy and Ball reaee,
Thread Laces, Application Do., r.ch Black Silk
Triininir'g Lace, IrUh Linens, Linen ('ambries,
Linen Cambric Hdkfa., Curtain Fringes, Cashmere
d'Ecosi-e, Mouseline da I. sine, Siik and t'oltoii
Warp A l areas, Quoen's lllotli, Cat Plaids,
French Meiinos, Bluck Silks, Cloves Si'k Hose.
Shawls, Cravats, Ribbons. Embroiderii a. fie., e.
Country Metcbanta and othera vLiiing I'hil.nlel
i hia or New York to purchase, are respectfully in
vited to call and examine th stocks.
Nov. 1. ISt.V ly
11 i: L I K V E A X D la I V
TIIIE unprecedented succe.a of lhi medicine, in
the revtnrr..ion i f health, to ihose who, in dea.
pair, had given up all hopes, has given it en cv si
ted reputstion !ove all nlhei rerneilies, furid.hing
evidence of its intrinsic value and power. s the on
ly acent which can be relied upon for the rure nf
Pulmonary Conaumpiinn. Bronchittis, Asthma.
Pain in the side and Breast, Spitting nf Blood,
Whooping Cough, Croup, fit.
Attention ia irqueated lo Ihe following ASTON'.
ISHINC ri'RE.bv Thomson's Compound Kvrup
of Trnd Wood Naptha!!
rhihiilrlphia, Mnv 3.f, 1844.
MR. THOMSON Dtsr Sir With grateful
feelings I inform you of the astonishing efficta ef
, jer mBorr.,.r, .men n" '-
" """ ". j 1
lion, had reduced m so low that my physician pro
nojnced my case hopeless I Al ihia junction 1 be
can lo u-syour meihein, and anirseu!"us aa il may
seem, it has comphHely reatored ma to hesltb, aftei
eviytbu.g ela had failed. Respectfully youra,
Charlotte street, above tieoige street.
The underaigned, being personally acquainted
with Washington Mack and hia ufleringe, bear
witness lo lb astonishing eflecta of Tbemeoo'
Compound by rep of Tss, and tb truth of the a.
JOS. WINNER, 318 North Third street,
DAVID VICKERS, 4S Almond street,
HUGH M GIN LEY. 8. E. coiner T.maoy
and Fourth street.
Prepared only by 8; P. Thomson, N. C. corner
of th snd aprnee streets, Philadelphia. ' 1 1
Agents H. B. Maaarr, Buntxaryi D. Oapes,
and Dr. J4 eepaarreon, llarriaburg Jno. G. Brown,
Pottaville t Geo. Esrl, Reading ; Housloa 6l Ma
ori. Towanda, Bradford eounly, Pa. Prate Ml eeal
psr bottle, er 6 err daaea. i . . ,
j Prure ef eJt lasaisau
'Phlladrtpbis, June 38ih, 1S45. ly
ii:rt nATiTK SYitrp. !
THE atoab!e pvdpcnie. of Oakfey Depura
live Syrup' of VaraaparlHe, a a purifier of th
tiioud, i ao well . known to th pubUe gansrslly,
ibat it is uiineceFsary to occupy much.parf In set
ting forth th advantage lo be derived from it
use; wherem the" medicine hss once been Intro
duned, i takes precedence oet all other i every
onsthst has taken it, hav derived o rignd beno.
ficiol reaulta from it, that it ia recommended by
them with the b'mmt confidence. Physician of
the highest standing in the profession, preecribe it
in patient under their care ; containing nothing
dc-Mermu. but ling compowd ol th moat mild,
yet t fTicicious vegetable matcrlsl.. U . 0ffred with
confidence, as the diesest and mort eflicif nt pu.
rider of the tdood now known. Tha ue of a few
bottles, especially in the upring inoiiihs, will l, at
tembd with s most dicide.l improvement in the ge.
nernl atreneth of the rystem, ersdicating anv seeds
of itiaeaee that msv have tieen generated, betides
giving health and vigor lo the body. For the cure
of Scrofula or King Evil, Hheumntism, Titter,
Pimples or eruption nf ths Skin, While Swelling,
FiMuts, Chronic Cough Asih.ii. &c. The nu
meroue ceruiict'es In the pows.ion of the subscri
ber and bis ageiil, from phyvtr.Miis and oibers, are
uliicit iit lo convince thu moat vkeptical of its su
periority over nil piepuntlioiii of Ssrsiparills.
Sold whole.al end retail, by the proprietor,
GEOKGK W. )KLF.Y, North 6th street. Ilea
dinn, Bnks Coenly, and to lie bad of the following
n iW?rWi7.i. Vminti. H. B. Mas.fr;
Sunbury, delsud A. Mixel, McEwensvilh, ; D
In l.'nion County. J. (Jenthjrt, Selinpgrove J
A (aiitilios, Mitlliiitiuri.
In Columbia Cuunty. Tl.W'. McCay, Wssh
Heading, March 11. lil.t.
Mh. Oikiit: I brlieve it the uty of every
one lo Jj whatever in their power 1 ie.,fr Iho b-ne-l.t
of their fellow man, and having had po-iiive
proof in my own funilv. of the wotnleifut projierties
of your Depurativa Syrnp of Sar.ap:,rills, I moat
conscicntiou.lv recommend it ta the alMieted. Wa
had the Riii-fortune to lope two of our children, lit
j ji,,, ,r,.skiitg out of uteeioi.s re. that coveted th
face, head and leik, although we hid some of the
mist Kcientitie physician to attend th- ro snd had
tried ail the known if nieilie, including bw aim's
Panacea, without avail. A noilicr of niv childrrii
wa al atkeil in lf:e s.ime uiiu.uer, her lace tnd
neck was con p'etely covered; llie disrhnrge was so
offensive, and ihe diseasr at such a heitfht, that we
despaired nf her life. Siting lh wonderful eti'ecla
of our Depurvive Snt' ot S.,rsaparii.i, c were
indue, d make lii.,1 of it. as llie bisl r-s rt ; it
acred like a elann; the u'cers eonimenrnl beating
imineiliBlelv. a f w bottles enliielv rr-loreil lirr lo
her he.illh, which she hi.s ei joyed uniiitenuptedly
ever since. As a pti'iuer il Ihe blood, I verily be
lieve it has lint its equal.
JOHN Ml IYER. 'IVilnr.
Walnut slrert, neai Fourth, Rea lm,;,
D.niplissrille.Ajril 19th, 18l:t.
Ntn. 0Ki.i,r: My son Edmund Leaf, ha I ihe
crofala in the most dreadful and diatrea.ing man
ner lor three years, during which time he waa de.
pii'd of the use ,,f hia lini'. . I.i. I.e.,1 and i., ek
were enir. d w il tt ulcers. W tit d all ihe differ
ent remedies, l ot to no ( fleet, until recommended
by Dr. Johnson of Nonistown, and sbn Dr. Isaac
llii ft'-l, nl Readii g. lo Use your Depurativn Svmp
of baraaparilla, of w hich I ol.lained arveral lioiiiea,
t!ie use of w hich d'ove the di-ea rutin ly out of
hia system, the aore healed up, arid the child waa
restored to perfect health, which he ha. rnjotct
uiiiiiteriuptedly ever since, lo the astonishment cf
many persona who seen l.iin du ing hia aflliclion.
I havethoueht it my duty, aud send you thiace;ti
ficate that oil ers who' have a like affliction in the
family may know where to obtain ao valuatde a
uieiln ine. Yours trnlv,
AMELIA D. LEAF.
Sept. !?. 113 Iv
IIokc Ointment, for Tetter.
A LTHOtrnH the superiority of the prepaia'i n
- over all ethers ia fully rcaMished, ihe pr pr;e.
ors take plessure in laying before ibe public lha
following certificate from a resectable physician,
a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr.
Ban;h, having found in this remedy that relief f r
a tedious and di.-sgreealile affection which the mean
within the ranpe of his profession failed to alford,
has not hesi-atcd to give it his approbation, although
the prejudices and interests of that profession ai
opposed tj secret lirmedica.
Phiihiklpuii, 8e)l, 13, 18:16.
I was recently troubled with a tedioua herpetic
eruption, which coie.ed nearly one able of rny face,
snd extended over the ear. Mr. Yauehan, propric
lot of the Roar I lintineot, observing rny facr., iiiai..
ted on my tiying bis preparalioa, of which he han
ded me a jar. Although in common with the mem
bera oTmy profession, I discountenance and ditap
prove of the numeroua noatruma palmed upon the
public by icnniant pretenders, I feel in justice hounj
to eicej i the Rose Ointmrnt fiorn that e!aa of ma.
dieines. and to give it mv approbation, as it entire
ly i tired the eruption, although it had resisted the
uua! applications. DANL. BAl'GH, M. D.
.4 PROOF OF ITS EFFICACY.
Phil DtLrait, May 37th, 183!).
'PHIS is to certify that I waa severely afXc'ed
1 rviih Tetter in the handa and fet for upwsrda
oflorty years; the disrsse waa attended generally
with violent itching and swelling. I applied to a
number of physiciuna, and used a great many pp!h
cations without effecting a e-ire. About' a year
since, I spplie.1 the Rose Ointrnenl, which entirely
stopd ibe itching, and a few applleationa iminedi.
ately cured Ihe disease, which there haa been no
return of, although i had never been rid of it at
any lime for forty yearn. RICH AUD SAVAt.E,
Eleventh, below Ppruc Street.
ZJ- The Rose Ointment ia prepared by H. B.
Vaughan, 8outh Eat coruer of Third and R ice
Strei'la, Philadelphia, and a.ld nn agency in Suitbu.
y y II. B. M .IS SER.
May 14th, 1813. -4arf.
JVo. IftO ( lirMunt Street,
P III CAD B Z.PHIal.
. Vir HERE all kinds of leathrr trunks, vshsrs and
carpet bags, ,,f rveiy stvla and pattern ar
; manufactured, m th I .cat manner and from the best
maJeiiala. and sold at lb loweat rate.
I Philadelphia, July 19th, 184ft. ly.
j A S II It Y A It O C A IV
WnOLESALTJ A. BBTallXs
HAT & CAP MAFACTUKERS,
SoutX Etut cornet tf Market nd 4fA sts
- . jrbllalipblsi, -7
rHEEE ihey always kao on aaad aa eiieo
sive aawortmsal HA 7V U CA tS of every
description, gol up In lb best and meal approved
atyiav. Paseone deriroe) cf iurrhsajng aepsaior aslt
ale o 4b snosl ieaolile term, wilt tstd il
tbssir advaniaf lo ssU bstur anaking purchsaea
alsswkre. 'v . 1 ... . .- T
rbiUiWpbis, Oct. Hh, 1144. If