it a i k x o r i: ist.,
The fil'nwing list shows the current value of nil
I'rniiKylvniiiii Hunk Notes. The tinvl implicit re
li.ii.ee may I in placed lt)oti it, an it isrfvry fir
... I. .11 I ...i.l. . .1 ..... 1 i ! I:..
I I ll's li 'i'lllT.
K;ttili lii l'lilladt Ifilit:!.
Namf. Location. '
I mi. n.
N O TKS A T P A K.
Punk of North America . , tuir
I 'link ol (lit Nnilhern Liberties , ,
li'iuk of I'riiiiKxIvaniii ,
lank of Fenn Township . ,
1 . 'umiitcrriiil Hank of Pi'im'a. . ,
r mi cis' nnil Mechanics' Dank
; .i iir.l Hani, , ,
i i ii-ii. uiini n.Hik . ,
'.n ulacturt r' A Mechanics' Bank .
1 1 1 hauirV Dank , ,
! oviimi lis ing Hunk' ,
! I limit Iphil Util.k
"MtlitMuk If link , .
W t-i-ic rn Hunk . .
found y ItillilvS.
ink of Pittsburg l'hl hlnn g
Mil; el Chester County W t'otftliUT
H. nk ol 1 h'hwnre Comity Chester
I'tiiknl (I'ftmaiilnwii (it'imaiituwu
i'mik of l.t welmvii Lrwistowu
1 'iik of Middlctnwii Miildletovvii
!" Jiik of Motilnomrrv Co. Nonisiown
I' nk of Ni'Mhumhcilanii Nnrlhumhcilaud par
! ' iks County Hunk Reading
1 "luiiil'M LS ink iV uritlgc to. Columbia r
i lisle bank'
I li r
'. lostow'n Hank
I 'o ln In. null of
1 in Ic.-iow n
! umtW Hank of Hucks CO. Ililstnl
I .nut rs' I'auk .f l.aucaslci ' Lancisti r
' Minns' Hank of It t ad 1 1' Rending
1 i.iriicilniiu Hank ilnirishutg
I. iii-HsH-r Dank Lancaster
' i I' nii'ii Hank Li h-un ii
vctchants' A Manuf Hank Pitisbuig
v'nrrs' Hank of PoMsvillo Pottsville
il!i;irioti Dank Allciitown
1 wuhIa Hank Towanda.
i st lliunch Hank William-port ar
' joining Hunk Wi'kcsharro par
1 Mice of Hank of Pcnn'a. Hniri-huig" These
'dice, do do Lancaster olliccs
''lire tin lo Reading I tin not
' llice do do Easiuii J issue n.
MVI'KS AT DISCOUNT,
i' tnk of the United Stales Philadelphia IS
i lint-of Hank of U. N. I'lllnl'urg 111
Do do do Erie 111
Do do do New Hrightoii I 'J
!" t'iiint ton Sav. Ins. A i!o
i't on Township Sav. Ins.
' n k ol ChainluTshuig
i' .iik ol (ftlyitlMirg
il.ciik of Susquehanna Co.
! lit' Hank
'inncrs'A Drovers' Dunk
: ..nikliii Hunk
' t .UlCsdilll! Hunk
.l.innngahela Hank of D.
. . ik Hank
('liainliir.'-ltuig I A
York 1 1
. H. Tlic notes of tlione l'ankn on wliiih wo
n it iiioialioiis, nnd milit-liloli' a dali ( ) arc not
i.iilmM'd 1 v y t lie I'ltiladt Ipliin liroki-rs, wiih the
.itntion of tlinpo which have a Icttor of it Ii rente.
1) It O K EiN DANK s.
'I ilaiUlj.hiii r-iav. In. l'hilntM.iia failrd
lul.ult'l'Iii't Loan Co. do lailod
t lui)lkill av. Ina. do fiili'd
' imial l.alior Hank (T. W llyotl, prop.) failt-d
i! liaiiy Uauk ol I'd. HiilloiJ no salt'
' mk ol Hi-ovrr Koavcr tlosd
ik of iSvvalara llurri.slmrg cltnl
. ank ot V'iiiliiiiglon Wio-liiiigluii failctl
intiel!ank Itillitunlo (losctl
i'v Hank 1'itialiuig no mle
niiitTb' MctliVm' Hank I'lllclilirg laiU il
iiiiu ih' ft Mecli'tV Hunk 1'uytllB n. failnl
jimrta' Ar M h'ra Uai.k tirccncitlc failnl
. 1 1 1 n i 1 1 y Iii.-titulu llaiinonv uu Milt'
t.iitinudon Hank Iluntiligilnii no Kali'
niatu Hank , Lminluii no aalo
' i Mil'iTinni's I! j nk. Worroil failed
' . i iht rn ll.ii'k t'f I'a. llunilnH' no sale
i w Ho v Ui l. Hiiilio "o. Now Hope clou'd
.'iilhiimliM I '. it'll Col. Iik. Mdlon no fain
.ill ilt rn Hank ol I'a. A1cadillo rlosid
,' . .. ..i s:. i.... ii :n p.. i. ii .ii' .i i' :t .1
... A!r. V Mitinif. lialik Curlilo lailtd
'vol Lake Hai.k Montioso t'ltmt d
Dion Jiai.k t f I't ini'a. 1 nioiilt.un failed
. t Miui.it lantl I'ank (ireeiihl'iirg t luM'd
M tlkol'.nie Hiitl;c Co. ilktslmrie no Mile
Uj- All iit'les poi oiling to be on any I'iiiid-yI-
ma Hank not giui in I ho al'ove li-t, may ou nt
. n a.-. IrauiU.
'.n k of !Sev Hiuiiiiniik llruni-wiik failej
. Ivideie Hank Helvideie '.'pni
. t.ilinuton Co. Hank M t il lord par
"limn uial Dank 1'trlli Ainloty 1pm
uinU rl.il.tl Hank l'.ritlyt'luii j ar
iimn' Ui.nk Mount Holly par
: ..lint i.i' and Met lianit .' Hk L'tihivay "pin
anmrs' and Mi eliuntiV Iik IS. lWunswiik failed
miners' and Mi l lianitV lik Mitldlt town I't. Ipni
...iiklin Hank o! .. J, Jersey City failed
I'liokeli HkiV (.iiaing Co Jtolmkeii failed
n-vy City Hank Jerwy t 'Hy failed
'leliunittt' I). ink I'altt Ittoil failed
. i.nlai Hut rs' li.tiik Hi llrxillc J.ulid
i iris Company liai.k Moirituwii par
i IllKOUtll lik ol iN. J. Iieeh..il failed
' it t lianifs' L'ai.k JVi uik " in
!t i haniea' mill Manuf. Ik 'l'leiiton pur
"iiis Canal and Lkg Co' Jeisey City 1pm
!V.-t IStitea tin hale
walk l'kg A: lnst'i.' Nivinik Vpm
i v Hope llel IJii.le Co Laiiifeilnvillu par
. J. Manutac. m ti li.g Co llul okrn f.idid
J I'ltileilioil i l.i.inl aid f k Jt rny Clly tailed
.niRr H..i.k Cranio Ipni
jlirouii Hank I'ikr.un failnl
eoplea' Hank U Spin
1 imeelon Hank I'r.ii i li n par
..Inn Hanking Co iSai m
i .to Hank IVewi ik Spin
ia!c Hank Llu.iU ihtowu ipni
lute Dank Camden par
:ate Dank ol Monik Murii.-nvn Spin
:. Hank 'J'n nnui I n! -d
.!ein Dlid 1'hilud Malll f Co S-ulini lailnl
ii-m' Hank JiHHm l',.in
eiitoli Dunking Co 'J'lei.ton V in
i. ieii Hank l-'our ).m
.. u.liin,tuil Dunking Co. ll uknifjik fjiled
k of Wilin &. Drund) wiiw W i'minton pal
.ink t'f Itelawuie ilininglull pui
.nk ol fMnynia iiiyiim par
l'o liuiith MdluiJ par
i aiinei.' Dk ol iNali: of Pel lotr pal
Du liral.t li lliningtoa pal
Do I'lum Ii I.Jeoigetown par
Do t'laniu JV.i t alle par
i.ionDaiik WlIimnKloil ar
tj- L'nder 5'
'IJ' I'fi.ka rnarketl llmh () llieie an; et-
r rounlf ifeil or i.lined note ol ihe vanou de
. luiiuliolir, in iiiiiiLtion.
AN tinpnrrlleli d remedy for rnintnnn Cottli",
-'" Cniighc, Allium, Inllnen7ii, Whooping Cough,
l'lont liilix, and all tlixcan'stif die Dreast and Luims,
loading to roiiniiinpli' n i ctunpo?pil of tho ronren
traled viiloes nf I Ion hound, Donnel, Hloed Hoot,
Liverwort mnl m-m ih! oilier vegetnhlo auhalanre.
Prepared only l y J. M. i .hlow, Kntheater, New
'I'ho innoeenrp nnd uiii.rrsnllv Bilmittril ppetornl
viituen tif thn Hi ilm from whieli thn Htttxtim nf
lltin.tiini'l is nnitlr, uio loo getiernlly known to re
quire reeeninn'iiMiii'in ; it i thnefore only necrfan
ly to uWrvc llnit ihia Mivlieine rmitniun iho wholi
of tin ii Mnl e lial propeitit'H, highly eonrenlrnlrd,
ai.tl Kit hai pilv eoiuhined with hi vend oilier vrgc-
Inlilo Fiil'H'nnees, a.-t to rentier it llm mod eetly,
miltl nnd eerlalti n int dv, now in ti e, f r the eoin
plaiulH iil'tive inei.liolied.
'I'ho U.iU. mi reinoveM nil holla munition and purr
In h of (lit; l.tniK", Idom iih tt'ligh tirtid phlegm, ru
nMiiig the piilienl to expectorate with ease and frcr
il.ni), nsFiiages rough, n In ves nlhmatic ami tlilli
eiilt lei-jiiralioii, heals the injured pnrto, opens the
pmcf, nnd eiiiopottrs the dinluihed nerves, uud gives
slit ngih tn the It ndei lungs, and thus prodiuea a
sj eetly ami lasting l ine.
I m. a A II rri'K ihtiik iuhut ciiimk im Mam.
urn not itmoug that el is of LditnrB mho for a
ftw (liillnia will, ( il the expense nl truth ami io
nei.iv) "eint k up" mi arlit le nut! hiing it into rapid
Mile; neillier me e willing to leiuain silent, tiller
having tested the utility of an im rovemenl or di.--eiiveiy
in M'it ni'eor int. Our renders will recollect
we told them we Weie u.iwt II wiih a anre throat and
violent cold soiiie few weeks, ago. Well, we pur
chased two It.itlts ..r WI.N'SLDW'S HALS AM
OF llOlii:ii)IM, and so sudden wan the cure,
thai we foi got wo rvrr had a ridd. 'J'hive who
are alllieletl, may t'.v il upon our reeiimmemlaiion.
,ni'i.i)'i Tilt rtijilt. for Mile I'V
1 1 1 : Mi v si i x ti 1 1: i m i ; i:, sunLun,
JACOU Hl:i(.;ur, Koitliumhrl,,,,,!.
Also, hy Drugcisia generally ihiitughout the
country. (j-j 1'iiee, fiO ceuls per hotlle.
August I I ill, Is 1 1. ly.
THIS MAClIIMi ACALNST
IMPORTANT TO r A H IVI E R S.
AVF.M'OIM "S Improved I'lilenl Threshing
Miiehine and IIore 1'owei, which tlue.-lies
and cleans at the fame time an invention for
which Farmers have long looked in vain, and which
tenders the ahove machine perfect ami past further
improvement. Those who huve heen waiting for
Miiuelliing U ller Ihaii herctofnie otlt red for rale,
will lind this to he the article. Comu sec it ami
judge for yoliiselves.
The siihscfiliers have purchased the right of the
ahove Machine and Horse I'ower, for the coun
trrs of Nohtiii H a hi I. A mi, I.TtnMivii, Ci.i ton,
ami I n n. and also, the privileges of vending
Ihi'in in any other plates lor which (he light has
not hern lueviiiiihly gokl.
The advantages which this Machine has over
all others invented arc many ami ohvioiia. One
hoy and three men ran do all Iho threshing and
cleaning nl l.'iO hushels of wheat in one day and
this usually lakes seven hands om; day ami three
I ho next. For field threshing it tike the lend of
any thing in this world no grain is scattered or
Hucli is Iht! Fiiperiority of the Horse I'onTr,
that three horses ran llncfli aa much with it as
four can with any other.
The Machines mnl Horse I'ower will he sold
together or aeperale, to suit purchdM rs. Made and
sold in Milton, hy tho buhscrihers.
WM. II. I'OMI',
Milton, Apiil 17, 1S11.
tiii;iihn! v wlnnowlmj machlm:
Having had in use, one nf l'.ivenpotl's I'alent
Thieshitig and Winnow ing Mathiuca, tlnl I cing
repealetlly called upon for our opinion in regard to
their value, diirahilily ami advantages, we make,
lice to slate, that they i M'tcd in our opinion, any
Thirshing Machine wc ever hefore witnessed in
use. They will thresh and clean, lit fi.r maiket
-0(1 hushcls of Wheat er day, ami thin wiih the
aid of three hands hcsidi the driver. The tSltaw
is patscd off from the grain on an incline plane, ex
tending nhoul IS feet from the Much inc. Scarce
ly a grain is hist. lint is of some impoilriiiie
and greatly so, is the fact that no dust pin-M's from
the Michiue to the man who feeds il. The Horse
power seems to he perfection itself three horse
may work il with ease and their fastest gait need
only he the ordmaiy lough gi.it. W e must
cheetfully ncoiiiu.ciiil the Machine to Farmers
ihey aie iiialiul.it Itiud in Milloii l v Messrs. Welch
I'oinp uudFiiik. J 1111.11 HILCKIiT.
JOHN H HKLLKK
ChiliMuaiue Ishp., NniiVd eo, Match SO, 1941.
I.4.VII-I.i:. OI.I lllll i I OIM V,
l'eiiit.v I vuiiiit.
rglli: M JiSCKIHLK jt-spectfully informs the
3 pill. lie, that he has removed from the town of
' 'ultati insa to ltnirille, ami that he has puichiscd
ill that place, lu .uif unit Cviiimodivui
It It I (' lv M O I S K ,
AT Till: Colt N Ml I'K Hll.l. A II MAHKkT STIll.l.IS,
C ( 'jipbUlc tlic i'turt-lltut-i;J
t Inch he h is lined up hy the erection
(..VAj "I ADDITIONAL HI ILD1NCS, and
j;,i4t,'l,,'l"iv TAHI.INti, lor the :
JLjKituiiinirii! t'f Truvi llvt end ilur.
He is now prepated to acrnmmndjtc all who may
favor him with a call, mnl he would slate that no
thing in his power i-l.all he li ft i.iitloue, to rendu his
customers ct'infotluhle and happy while iimlei his
rate. HiHaceoiiimodations are ample, ami his rooms
liirn'bhcd in nii'dt'iu style, mid the ptuprictor is de
termined that his rilahlishmriil t-hall sustain and
keep up w ith the jrri.vt ing lepulatioit and impoitauce
of lite town in which il is Inch d.
His'I'aulk will l supplied wiih every luxury of
the season, anil the rVti mid ioe;7 t ariii Iht
wtiritt ran njr,,rd. His Ham will sinred wild
all the Lett iiillrlts thai run If furnhlitj In our
l i ilm, ami (lie wlndu will lie such as to give aalu-
f.ieiiini lo eveiy one.
i ll k now ing that an enlightened puhlic will
nil', i't iiidge f, r lhein-i Ivt , he feel confident that
I i'.. .. . i i..... III... ....I.
tSAMl'KL. A. 11 It ADV.
-I: nvill,', .Ian. .10.
i;i.r-Ai).ii'.sTic j.tu: vaiavu
Ht Hlnjanin N. CtsiiwA.
rl,IIK tSuhsi rilK-ra having purchaaed the light for
- vending and using the aluve valuahle inven
tion, for Notlhumheiluiid County, odlr to dispose
of the aauie lo pi imhw who may desito lo purchase.
The ahove invention is now in operation at tl,e saw
null ol .Mr. M'Catly, near unhuty, w lirre it run
he inspected hy u win is of saw imlU and all olhtis
inl.iislid. I'. COHIN,
Manh SV.-lf. r-AMI tl. liOLLN.
rjlll K I'inlersignetl take pleasure in auhtnittitiB
I lo the puhiic the following licrnininrnilatiiins
of Pratt's Cast lion fniul Mill and lirain Duller to
all dealers in (.Jiaiii nnd manufactory of Flour, lic
licving it to he superior to any thing of the kind
ever nil! led to the puhlie. All unlets adilteased to
('ol. J. M'FaddtTi, Lewishurtf, Union county Tenu
ity Ivania. F. II F. IN 1 : V.7. F. K Mi I 1 1! K,
JACKSON M FADDIN.
Mmifz'x Mill, Centre Co., March SO, 1811.
J. M'Fahiiiw Sir : I eheeiftilly testify lo the
gootlntva and dnrahilily of I'rntl'a Cast Iron fSinul
Mill ard (iriiin H idler, as ht ing a far superior arii
ele for the cleaning of sinul and all other impurities
that I have ever seen, and I hava heen engaged in
the manufacture of Flour for a gretl ninny years,
and have always tried lo have the hrst apparatus for
inanuOicluring thai could he got, ami tin say that Iho
nhove machine is the hist apparatus 1 hehevo now
in u-o. John Moatz.
Jihmimhurg, Dec. SB, 1 K id.
Coi.. .1. M-Faiiihs Sih: In reply lo your (avor,
ren ived a few days since, I have only to say, that the
lati nl my having iiiiiodnred into each of tho foul
mills that I am ennct rnetl in, one of 1'tiitl'a Cast
Iron Smut Mills, is the host evidence 1 can give you
of their utility, Vours truly, Wvt. M'Ku.vr.
,V7,ott, March 17, 1811.
J. M'Faiuiih Sin : I do heichy certify without
any lies liition, t'mt 1'raH'a Smut Mill and (train
Duller is (he most perfect machine to cleanse grain
of smut anil all other impel lections, that I have ever
seen, ami I helieve I have si en till the kinds that are
now used in Pennsylvania, and I must say that there
is nothing of the kind ever heen invented (hat will
come in competition with it. (in. F.ckmit.
Cot.. J. M'Faihii Sih: During the past S4
yens I have heen constantly engaged in manufac
turing flour, and during the last IS years have heen
the owner of a grist and llotiiiiig mill, ami among
all the contrivances to remove impurities from grain
I am decidedly of the opinion that Pratt's iron ma
chine is superior to any wiih which I am nopi lint
ttl, having used one in my mill ahout eighteen
months. I'rtF.iiMtuK Haas.
Ymlifhirt MilU, Dec, 1810.
I want in my flouring mill as good an apparatus
lo ptepare grain for flouring, as the .(, and I want
no heller Ihnn Pratt's Cast Iron Smut Mill. It will
remove smut entirely no mistake.
Sunlitir;, lVcemher S2, 1840.
Cm.. .1. M'Faihhb Sm have in my mill one
of Pratt's rasl and wiought iron spiral Smut Mills
and (train Duller, ami am confident that in regard
to simplicity of renslriiction, and durability of mate
rial, it is superior to any I am acquainted wiih.
HrarCap Mills, Dee. SS, IS 40.
Cot, .1. M'Famih Sm: I have in my flouring
mill one of Pratt's Cast lion Spiral Smut Mills,
and I am decidedly of the opinion that it is the best
machine to prepare grain for llotiring that I am ac
quainted with, and as such cheerfully recommend il
lo all who uie engaged in the manufacture of (lour,
J .u on Li.ihkmri.su.
Atirunsliurg, March S.'l, 1811.
Cor.. J. M'Fadiii ji Siii : I lake pleasure in say
ing that Piatt's Cast Iron Smut Mill is one of the
host improvements for the cleaning of gtain of all
kinds, that has yet come under my ohsi nation, and
that I U'heve it far superior loaliy thing of the kind
ever invented. You may Use my nauio in any way
you think proper. 0. 1. l)i ca.
I'niiDi MiU,Jmu 14, 1841.
This is lo rerlify that I have had Pratt's Cast and
wrought iron Smut Machine and Ciiain 1 fuller in
use lor heller than IS months, and find it to answer
eveiy purpose that it was intended for. Smut ran
Isj taken out of wheat I U'lieve eveiy particle of
it ran Iti taken out without hrcakiug the grain of
the wheal. Jmti Pi.a.mk,
Aiiriimlniif:, Match S:l, 1841.
Col. M'Faiiiiis Sih : I have heen engaged in
iminufacluring Supt iline Flour for many years, ami
have it this lime one ol Pratt's Smut Mills in each
of my mills, am! I do hen hy ri t oiinin ml lln in as the
most valuahle improvement for cleaning wheat of
smut mid all other impurities, that I am acquainted
wiih. Jamis Di ncan.
Col. M'Faiuii Sin: I have heen engaged in
the imiiiutactuiiiig ol flour lor SS years, and uiosl
chierfully lecoiiitiicud the ahove machine, as heing
hy far the best appaiatus for cleansing gtain that I
have ever uxd or sent. 1 consider il uu iiulisjii
sihle article for any mill that pteiends lo do any bu
siness, John Fisiikh.
. l,ui dirt Mill', Dec. SI, 1840.
Col. J. M'Fauiiin Sib: Ptatt'a Ca-l Don
Smut Mill was introduced into my mill ill nut three
years since, ami I I clieve il is die I est atticle of that
kind now in use. Il will not only rnnove smut
cn'eiclv, bill is a most valuiihle appaiatus to clean
wheat and rye of any character, and prepare it for
flouting. Hkxjamis Huonk.
J.r -.ihlmr, Dec. SS, 1840.
Cm.. J. M' I'a n Sm: Alter u eaielul and
candid rxamiiiatior. and tii.il of the machine, in re
gard tocoiistiuction, neatness and despatch in exe
cution, economy in price, and power to set in ope
raliou, 1 am fully c. iivinctd mid salhl'ud, llml the
mat hint' above alluded lo, is second to no one in
use. J. Mom now,
Milhr nud Flour Manufacturer.
CutluH'ista, Deeemhtr S5, IS 10.
Coi.. J. M'Faiu'I Sih: Plan's Cast and
Wiiiiiglil Iron Spiral Smut Mill and (train 11 tiller,
( consider to he the hist machine to remove smut
and tn lit r impuiities lo w hitli giaiu is subject, that
I l ave used, or wiih which I am acquainted, in re
guid to durability of material, simplicity of construc
tion, neatness and dc-patch in mculion.
N. H. 'I'hc above machines are iiianidailtiicd at
the Lewishurg Ft uiuhv, Union county and at the
Hlootiishutg Foundry, Columbia county, Pa.
Lewisbutg, June I'd, 1841.
T!it hai l Weaver A. Sim,
nors makep.s & sinr ciiANCirns.
An. I'A A'nri H'ultr Sirtt t, I'iifudt 'jifiiti.
H K A V li constantly on hand, a geni r .l assort
j3 B incut of ('ordage, Seine T ines, iVc., viz :
lai'd Kopes, Fishing luipes, W him Hopes, Manil
la Kt'pes, Tow Lines for ('uual lJoats, Also, a
romplele ussoilment of Seine Twines, Ac. such as
Hemp Shud and Herring Twine, Hest Patent (nil
Net Twine, Cotton Shad ami Hen ing Twine, Shoe
Threads, A,-. Ae. Also, Hid Colds, Ph ugh Lines,
Halters, Traces, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chains,
iVc. ull of which they will dispose of on reasonable
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840.
i:si i j ; u ic :k , 1 1 a Ns i ;i ; irc i rs
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE.
IS'o. ICiiS I-'J AJarkct Strrcl, l'liila.
(ioi I'tflh Svulmidi )
ALWAYS keep on hand a full ami general as
st rtiiuiil ol Hu.-iery, Lace, and Fancy (ioods,
Country Merehanta are loi-pcctl'ully requested lo
give them a call and examine for tin m elvi s.
Philadelphia, NovemU'r 7, 1810. ly,
"fc.l'KKIMi, UUUl) iSi L'O.
No. las Market Street, riulatlclliia.
INY1TH the attcuiion nf Counliy Men hauls
lo their extensive assortment of lliilhh French
and Aiiiciicuu Diy (iotkls, which they oiler lol kale
on I he morl reasonable ti run,
Pliiludilplua, .NomuiUi 7, I b 10. 1 v.
AND COXtaTVIISS'ON STORE.
Sumbcr 29 North Third Street, Vhiladtlphia
1)UBLIC BALLS of Dry Coods, Hardware
and Cutlery, Hooks, Stationary, Clothing,
Hoots, Shoes and Hats, and in short almost every
description of goods, are held at this establishment
every evening.-Hoods nre ol?o sold ut private sale
during the day at the average nirflion piiccs. Store
keepers mnl traders will find il to their advantage
by attending the sab s.
C. C. MACKKV, Auctioneer.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840.
.Ia il l'l IniiiiiUi & Son
"B KSPKCTFULLY informs their friends and
8, nniuaintaners generally lint they still con
tinue in keep at tho oltl stand, No. SIC North 3d
street, Philadelphia, all kinds of
TUliACCO SSIFI-' AM) Slid A US.
Which they will Bell on the most accommodating
ami tenson ihle tot ins.
N. II. All coods sold will be guaranteed, and ull
onlers promptly atlended lo.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
No. 71 Cnlluwhill Street, lMiiltulclpliia,
CTIirte uwirs ahore Second. )
fcHON Fimliugsalwaya kepi on hand, which ho
lI olli'rs for sale on tho lowest terms. Country
Merchants are particularly to call and judge for
Philadelphia, Novrmber 7, 1810. lv.
LOWER & 13AUUON,
Iiojorlcrs ami Dealers in Foreign ami
Domestic 1 unaware,
No. 171 Noiitii 'J'n i uu Sthi.i.t, PiiriAiir.t.riiiA.
" niF.lt K their ftiendsand customers w ill always
lind a large anil general assortment of Foreign
and Domestic llatdware, which they will sell at the
Philedelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION.
NEW ENGLAND OIL COIMPANY.
No. 2!) Nortlt Water Street, Tliila
m.TTANL'FACTUREKS and dealer in Oils of
every description liolli for burning and
manufacturing p urmises, which will ho sold much
lower than Ihey can be procured elsewhere, and
warranted in quality to equal any in tlic city. Any
oil sold by the company not proving as lepresrntrd
may be relumed without any expense to the pur
chaser, and the money will be refunded.
Their stock now in stoic consists of the following
oils, viz :
00,000 gnuons vv niter uieacueu c-pciin i 3
lik ii.i.l I, t" . l ,
fiOOO do do Ciihnlcfs Oil, n
15,11(10 do Fall and Spring Sperm Oil,
10,1100 do Winter Sea Elephant,
SO.tintl do do Pieced Whale Oil,
tiOOO do Summer do do do ;
1 o,t (IO do Comujaiii hale Oil,
"00 Harrels supriioi Straits Oil,
:I0 do Cod Hank Oil,
.r0 do Nea's Foot Oil,
75 Casks Olive Oil,
(Tj This Company has n number of Vessels i n
gaged in the Coi Fishery, and Tanners may rely
upon gelling at all tones Oil as pure as imported
Philadelphia, Nov. 7, 1840. ly.
flII E special attention of buyeis fioin the south
A. and west, and lor the slate tratle, is respectful
ly invited lo the following assortment of (;I)S.
which the suhscril er w ill dispose of al suth prices
as will amply repay his fiieuils for railing and ex
amining his slot k. lo ( ASH puichasers, at the
present time, extraordinary induceineiits will be of-
SOU pieces heavy variegated Spanish mailing,
Mid pieces ("anion matting, assoited 4-4, .VI and
(i-4 white, checked and llowered.
1000 htitrth rugs, a l ealitilul assottniint of Wil
Ion, HrusM'ls, Tutted, Turkey, and Hemp rugs,
"00 pieres woolen, worsted, cotton, hemp, in
grain, t netian ami block Carpctiugs. An elegant
variet.v ol W illoii, Hrusscls, Scotch and English
enelian, Damask, eVr. cVc.
HKKI doen men and boys raps, comprising a
gieat variety of Fur, Seal. Nulna, Muskrat, and
(.oiiev, Hair, Sealette mid Cloth Caps.
100 dozen Allirant Mats, ussoiled si.es.
100 do Manilla do do do
fit) do Sheep-skin do do do
lit) bah s French Haskels, compri.-ing every de
fiOO pair Venetian Winds, ass'd figines and colors
:!000 patent do do do
1 (K'O nests Cabas or Satchels, ass'd, en.hosscd
leather, straw and oil cloth.
!)(I(HI dozen Combs, assorted torloisc shell, lira
7.illian do horn, ivory, brass and wood, comprising a
large assortment ol every variety.
30(10 dozen Whips assorted wagon, gig, car
riage, sulky, planters, drovers or iitling, ol gut, lea'
ther ami thread, with tiermaii silver, gilt, ivory and
ll'CO dozen painted pails, Wilson's brand.
1 Cl.il nests cedar Tubs ai d Hutktts; also,
Churns, Piggins, v ater Cans, Vr.
Tho above Itigether with an extensive aasortmrut
of fancy goods, Llritlania and (ieimiin silvi r ware
' feather ami bristle Hrushes, Lts'king (ilasses. Ma
I l..,nf,it. ui.l lill Is, (11. u . ,r . 1 , u u'tv.t ni.it il,tiri i.
lion, are manulailured, imported, and st ltcted ei
prissly foi the sviutheiu, wt stern and slate trade.
J. SIDNEY JONES,
No 18 North Sd street, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
n" " Trr it r. "c rri a tt.3
W If aw a s W s
FFKK FOK SALE, at the South East Cor
ner of J'iJ'lh unj Mmut Strciti, J'tivdtl-
Mens' Calf-skin Pools, stitched warranted,
do do do pegged do
do do do water proof, duulle soles
ami iloulile tippers.
do Cull-skin do do do nailed
do Heavy Water Leather Ilools.
do do Minis do do.
do High quarter Shoes, Call-skin.
do do do ('rockers do
do Fine Monroes warrunlcd
do Kip do do
do Calf do do
do Coarse do do
do do Shoe do
do Fine do do
do Kip do do
do Calf and Seal Skin Pumps.
do List Socks with and w ithout soles.
do Caret do do do
do Patent WarruuteJ Water-proof Moccasins.
Lathes' do do do do
Ladies' tanned India Itutber shots,
(ieiitleiurns' do Over shoes.
With every other desciiptioii of Itools and shoes.
Fur Capa of every description.
Travelling Trunks of every description.
Venetian Travelling Hags.
Patent Uuin Elastic Shoe Chirking.
Uelini ls of ull kinds, Palm Leaf Hats.
I'hilidelphia, Noviiiilm 7, lb 10. I.
Wholesale and Retail Shoe, Bonnet,
and Palm Leaf Hat Warehouse.
Ao. (iO North id tlrert, a few doors ubm e .Irch,
ALSO Trunks, Carpel Dags and Valires, of ev
ery desciiptioii, all of which he oilers for
sale mi tho moat reasonable terms.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1810. ly
J .""w. "N" W A 1 N .
Umbrella ami Parasol Manufacturer.
JVo. 37 AWA 77r tlrrrt, two duorit below the
Clu Hotel, l',iud, liiu.
COUNTRY Merchants and others arc solicited
to examine his assortment before purchasing
Philadelphia, Nnvrmlicr 7, 1840. ly
p : &A. "It O V O U D T ' S
China, Class ami Liverpool Warehouse,
Ab 1 0 1 A'wri Third utrert, third door below Vine
ViniERE Ihey constantly keep on hand a large
aiisnrlmrnt .f fM,:lin fll,.a Bn,1 T ;.-. ...... I
Wore, which they will dispose of on the most ic-
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840.
Manufacturer and Importer of Sad
dlery, Hardware, &c.
A'o. 5 South Third tlrrrt, four doors be!uv Market
KEEP constantly on hand a largo and general
assortment Coach Lamps, Carriage Hands,
Axlo Arms, Eliptic Springs, Putrnt Leather. tc.
Country Merchants and saddlers will be supplied at
nil times on the most reasonable terms. 'I hey will
find it to their advantage to call and examine his
assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
REYNOLDS, McFAULAND & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign British
and American Dry Goods.
A'o. 10S Market street, Philadelphia.
COUNTRY Merchants, and others can be sup
plied at all times with an extensive assort
ment of the best and most fashionable Goods upon
the most reasonable terms.
Philadelphia, Novrmber 7, 1840. ly.
J. S. IED.PiL,
Wholesale Variety and Trimming Store
A'o. 44, North Fourth near Arch st., l'iiladijdiia
TITIIERE Country Merchants and others ran be
' supplied, at all limes, with a large assortment
of Hosiery, (Jloves, Merino, Cotton, olid Woolen
Shitts and Drawers, Spool Cotton. Patent Thiead,
Cotton Cords, Hutlons, Tapes, Uindings, Hooks
and Eyes, Pins, Ac. And a general variety of use
ful articles, which he oilers for sale at the lowest
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
I 'or i:i Dollar,
nr'jr t i.t t .. rr. .r. i. 1
11 yt 1 jui nine it awn iy v. ocv en
2i lars for $ S5, for sale by
March 13. II. B. MASS EI?.
OF a very superior nuulity, can be had at any
time, by application to the subscribers, in lots
to suit purchasers. They keep large, egg, bruken,
and tine coal, lit for burning lime.
J. II. I'URDY A Co.
Sunbnry, Sept. SO. If.
Cured ly the uxe of Dr. Harlich's CoMi-orsin
S'l'KKOTHKM KO iin Al'KlllKNT PlLLS.
Mr. William Kit hahds, Pittsburgh, Pa., en
tirely cured pf the above distiessing disease : His
syintonis were, pain and weight in the It fi side,
loss of appetite, vomiting, acid eructations, disten
tion of the sl.im.it h, suk headache, fuired tongue,
countenance changed to a citron color, difficulty ol
bread, ing, di.-luibfd rest, attended with a cough,
gieal debility, wiih other symtoins inthcating great
derangement of the functions of the liver. Mr.
Kit iiahiis had the advice of several phyi-ciana, but
received 110 iclief, until using Dr. II a 11 Lien's Med
icine, which terminated in ell'ecting a peifecl cure.
Principal Ollice, l'J Ninth Eighth Stieet, Phila
delphia. Also for sale at the ding store of
May 1, 1841. Agent.
'j hi: c'a vsirUinniKASK.
Nearly all classes of disease, arc caused by some
obstruction in the system, which prevent the legu
lar mid wholesome operation of the animal func
tions. '1 his slate of the system, is disease, which
is manifistcd in 11 variety of forms, moie or le.-s
malignant in their character, 'l'o restore the system
to a state of health, then, it is only necessary to re
move the cause of dii-e.nc, and the end is accom
plished. The cause is obstruction somewhere. This
can be removed by purgation, which is the only
means that should lie resorted to, because, sugcested
by reason, and l y nature. Dr. Hulich's Stieiigth
euing and Ceimaii Aperient Pills, aie allowed hy
lh- Ih.'Usutitls who have used ihcni, to be the best
purgative medicine in existence. Hi cause, they
not only remove all obstructions, ami purge the sys
tem of its impurities, but, because, and w hich is ex
tremely impurtant, strengthen and give proei tone
to the stomach, and produce a healthy action of all
the parts. Uesides, they are so mild and gentle in
their operation, as to remit r them at all limes a cr
fectly safe and desirable remedy. The alllielcd
would do well, tin n, to purchase a box or two of
this invaluable medicine, and give it a fair (rial, in
stcud of destroying their systems with oft-repeated
doses of calomel, and other drugs, so injurious to
human life and happiness
The above midecine for sale at the Drug store of
May 1. 1841. Jgeut.
' SlCKllKAllA CHlir
Is a very common allcclion. Its attacks are very
seveie, and characterized by spasmodic juins, shitt
ing fioin one puit of the head to the other, fie
ipueuily commencing in the mottling, attended with
sickness of the stomach, nausea, fainiings, and
sometimes, vomiting, giddiness, and confusion of
sight, c Ac. This desesse is ptoduced fiom va
rious causes, perhaps the most common, is a de
rangement of 1 he stomach and digi stive organs,
FEMALES are most subject to this alloction, par
ticularly those who lead a sedentary life. Dr. tar
lick's Compound Slrengluuing Tonic und r
inun Aj'inrnt I'M, are wairanted to ariot this
troublesome disease : first by cleansing the stomach
and bowels, purifying the blood, and lemoving all
diseasid and excicmcntuous buuiors from the liver
and intestine, liy the use, first, of a few doses
of the Apciient (ieruian Pills, afterwards two or
three doses of the Utrengthrnin! Tunic Vilh, which
are used to strengthen and invigorate the nervous
tyxttm, give tone to the stomach and organs of
digestion, thus imparling to their subtile fluid its
piistine vigoi, ibis afllicting disease may be entirely
removed. This is the only mode ol Healing this
annoying complaint, and has been attended with
success in thousands of rases.
Pkiuplets giving geueial directions, may be nit.
laiuid g 1 alls, at No. 10 Ntalli Eighth siiei t, Phila
delphia. HENRY YO-Vl'llELMER.
May 1, 1811. A-.m.
TO THE COMMUNITY.
THE success which has attended tho ue of lh-r
Harlich's German Aperient and Compound
itrcngthinitig Tonic Tills, Is truly astonishing. It
is no vain boast to say this medicine has proved by
its happy tfficls in the cure of a variety of diseases
to which the human frame is liable, lo be vastly su
perior to the many preparations before the public.
Many of tbrsc preparations ate compounded by in
dividuals who ore positively ignorant of the myste
ries of the human syftem, and mere pretenders to
medical knowledge. Dr. Harlich, however, is cele
brated among tho (Jcriunn faculty as a man of the
highest scientific attainments, and equally distin
guished throughout Europe, as a successful medical
practitioner, spent most of the years of a useful life
in the aquisilion of such knowledge as might prove
beneficial to his fellow ricaturcs. In Ihe pills which
he invented, and w hich hear his name, the public
are assured of an article that possesses more than
oidinary viitues. From the acknowledged lalcnu
of this inventor, nothing less than a good article
could bo expected ; and the experience of many
years has ull'orded demonstration of the virtues of
his medicine. In Get many and other parts of Eu
rope, its r. putntinn is established. In this country
into which it has but been recently introduced, it is
rapidly gaining Ihe most substantial rrputation. The
numerous cert licates of cures of the most obstinate
diseases 1 Heeled by tho use of Harlich's Pills, which
the proprietor is constantly receiving, is proof of the
fact. Day after day ho receives new testimonials
of their ril'icacy, and week after week increases the
demand for tin m. This is not mere assertion; in
nuinriable certifirates are open for the Inspection of
the public, and the doubts of any who are skeptical,
ran l-c removed by examining ihcni at the ollice of
Wc take the liberty, then, of suggesting lo every
family, that (hey make use of Dr. Harlich's Pills.
Let them keep a supply constantly on hand, to be
used when occasion demands, and they will receive
the most unequivocal proofs of utility. Medietit
I'lincipal office for the United Slates, No. l'J
North Eighth stiert, Philadelphia.
Western Depot, No. 41, St. Clair street, P'.tts
burgh. HENRY YOXTI1EIMER,
May 1,1841. Jlgent
1IETATIT1S, OR LIVER VOMVLAIST.
Liver complaint is described to be of two forms
viz ; Acute and Ch route, which are different in thci
seat and character, and are produced from ulcers 01
the Liver, which is deseased on the surface or in th
centre. In the former, the patient is attacked wit!
sudden pain, in the region of the Liver, tn sever
that even the l ed clothes are insupportable ; the pu
tient cannot hear to turn or lay on his left side froi
the pressure exerted in that position of tlic inflame
organs. The latter may go on in such a marine
that the first symtoins of Liver Complaint arc thos
which mark the occurrence of suppuration. Th
Acute and Sub-acute varieties, almost always con
mi rice; with some chilly feelings succeeded by her
of the skin, fevered tongue, having a yellowish a
pcarance. It regular state of the bowels, costivenes
couiitencancc changes to a pale or citron color, c
yellow like those ulllicted with jaundice, dilliculty 1
breathing, disturbed rest, attended wiih couch, ft
verish sym turns, a dry and parched skin, ditlicull
of lying on the right side, urine scanty and hig
Colored, the patient passes many bad nights and
frequ.if.illy troubled with Diarrhtia, Tenesmus 011
Piles, nausea and vomiting, and has a considerab
thirst. When the inflammation affects the peril
neal coat of the Liver the pain is much more intern
and the fever higher than when confined to the Li
er. In chronic affections it is uncertain in it 9 te
minatin ; the pain is intense, attended occasiona
ly with feverish symtoms, a dry end parched ski
irregular bowels, sallow countenance, frcqcunt a
tacks of juaiulice, the tongue is scarcely ever fn
from yellow fur, the appetite bad, and a corrupt it
attacks the face and back, behind the shouldeis, A
D11. Hahlich's Compound Strengthening T01
ie and Aperient German Pills, will, in a niajorii
of rases, produce a perfect cure, and if used at tl
very onset of uftliction will in every case arrest tl
disease. This is not nieiely theory but fact, w hit
can be substantiated by the testimonies of varioi
persons who have wiinessed the astonishing eflcc
of tin- invaluable medicine. The diet must ht a
tenth d to, and the warm baih must not be ncglei
ed wht 11 ihe patient can have access to it. Ft
and explicit directions are dt fined in the medic
pamplct which accompanies the medicine, and c
be obtained gratis of any of the regularly appoint!
agents w ho sell this medicine.
Piincipal Ollice and Ccnvral Depot for the Ui
ted States, is al No. l'J Norlh Eighth Street, Phil
delphia, where all communications for Agenc'u
Advertising anil Medicines must be addressed (pi
paid,) which will meet with immediate attention.
May 1, 1841. Agent.
Tliiycil'A L EE A SONS
Why Dr HARLICH'S Compound Sirengthe
ing and (eimaii Apciient Pills are used by all ch
ses of people, in preference to other Medicines, I
rauao they uie prepared from a pure ettrtict
herbs, a wholesome medicine, mild in its operali.
anil pleasant in its ell'ect the most certain picsctv
of health, a safe ami ellerlual cure of Dyspepsia
Indigestion, and all stomach complaints, a prrscrv
un J puiiliei of the whole system.
lleean.se tl t y soothe the nerves of sensibility a
foitily the nervisnf motion, imparting to their mi
subtle lluid its pristine tone, thus giving slreng
and clearness of mind.
Hecausc Ihey never destroy the coats of the st
much and bowels, as all strong purgatives tie.
Decause science and experience teach us that 1
mere purgalivo alone will rure the disease of t
stomach and neives. Weakness is the prima
cause of a host of d'srascs, and, by continually 1
soiling to lhattic puigalivcs, you make the disea
much worse, instead ol letter.
Decause Dr. Hatlich's Medicines are put up u
on the common sense principle, to "cleanse ai
strengthen," which is the only course to pursue
flit ct a cure. Lastly,
Decause these Medicine really do cure the d
rase lor w hich they are it commended. Prim-it
Office for the United Stales, is ul No. l'J Not
Eighth street, Philadelphia.
HENRY YO.YTH ELMER.
May 1,1841. Ago
CLEANSE A NI STltENGTJIEN.
Th j only sure and best course to pursue in c
ring diseases, of w hatever nature they may be, i
liist, to cleanse and puiify ihe Stomach and Uo
t Is hy gentle apt ricnts; secondly, to give slreng
and lone lo those tender organs by the use of prop
Ionics. This mode ia always pursued by regul
physicians, which they well know to be Ihe 011
course lo resott to, to tiled a speedy and iHTinsne
cure. Dr. Harlich's Compound Strrugthenii
Tonic and Aieiieiit pills, are sure medicine
iflect this grand object. The German A pent
pills are to cleanse the stomach and intestine, 1
ler which the Compound Sirentgening Tonic pi
are used, lo give strength and lone to thus 1
gans which require trnder treatment. Nearly tw
third of the disease which we daily behol
aie disease ef the nervous system, and by contin
ally using drastic mineral purgative the sutler
will soon Cud himself a being; too much refin.
to remain long in listener. Full and explicit 1
rrclious both in English and German, aecompai
this notice. 1
The above medicine for tile al the Drug Sloie
May 1, mi. ,,EKK VO'W
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