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rF.xxsii.r.4i4. The following lint shows the. current value of nil Vnnsylvvtia Rauk Notes. The most implicit re mee may he pi nee J upon it. as it Is retry tceek jrefully compared with and corrected from Biik ell's Reporter. lltinkfl In Philadelphia. Disc. i Nk. Location Vmn, NOTES AT PAH. 'lank of North Antrim . , pur ank of the Northern Liberties . . par i'omm, reial Hunk of Pcnn'a. . . par FSrmera' mill Mechaniea' Dank . . pat Censirgton Bank . , par r'hilade'nhia Bunk , . ; par -Vhuylkill Bank . . , pir 'iiilhwork Hank . . . pir Western U.mk . , . pr ifrchnniru' Bank . . pir Manufacturers' A. Mechanics' Bank par Cwnntry Danh. 'lank of Chester County Westchester par ttnik nf Delaware County Chester par I ink of Or-rmantown Oermantown p'ir nnk ol Montgomery Co." JNnrristown par ! vlestnwn Bank Dnylestown par '"aston lliiiik" Eastoo par r' turners' Hank of Ducks CO. Bristol par 1 il'ice of Dank of Pcnn'a. Harriahurg These 'tffire tlo do Lancaster I nfl'ices I'llice ilo do Heading f do not '(lire do do Barton J Issue n. NOTES AT DISCOUNT, "ink nf Ihe United States Philadelphia 25a2S tank of I'enn Township . . par ii-ard 13 ink . . Ia2 tovamcrwitig Bank . . par 'tank f Pennsylvania . . par diners' I-anh of Pottsville Pottsville 1 Hunk of l.ewislown Lcwistown 1J H. ink of Middlctown Middlctown lj Hank of Northumberland Northumberland par I'nliimhia Dank & Bridge co. Columbia j Carlisle Bank Onrli.de l Exchange Hank Pittsburg j Ilo do branch of llnllidaysburg j Partners' Bank of Lnncastci Lancastei j Inncaiter County B;irik Lancaster j Farmers' Bank of Hooding Reading j llanisburg Bank Hnrrishurg 1 I. mienstcr Hani Lancaster J Lebanon Bank Lebanon j .rchants' &. Manuf. Bank Pittsburg j H.-,k of Pittsburg Pittsburg J West Bianrh Bank Williamsporl 6 Wyoming Dank Wilkesharre 1 J Viirthiimpton Bank Allentovtn Hcrks County Bank Heading tilfice of Bank of U. S. Pittsburg failed Do do do Erie do Do do do New Brighton do Kr nsington Sav. Ins. A do Pcun Township Sav. Ina. do Dunk of Ohamberiburg Chnmhcrshurg !J ?lsnk of Gettysburg Gettysburg Mnnk of Susquehanna Co. Montrose 3D liiie Bank Eria S r'armi ri.' A Drovers' Bank Waynesburg 2Js3 '"lanklin Bank Washington I J itonesdale Bnk Honesdule I J Aonnngahela Bt-nk of B. Brownsville, lj Vork Bank York lj N. B. The notes of those banks on which we mil quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not ,urchascd by the Philadelphia brokers, with the nception of thot-e which have a letter of ri ft Mice. BROKEN BANKS. Philadelphia Sav. Ine. Philadelphia failed I'hiludrlphia Loan Co. do failed Kchuvlkill Sav. lira. do faded Vtannal Labor Bank (T. W; Dyolt, prop.) failed Townnda Bank Towanda Uleghnny Bank of Pa. Bedford no sale Hank of Beaver Beaver closed Ilank of Swalar llarrisburg closed rtaok of Washington Washington failed .'ntre Bank Iiellrfunte closed "ty Bank Pittsburg no sale t'lirmeiV A Mcih'ca' Rank Pittsburg failed r'armer' & Mech'cs' Bank Fayette co. failed Karmeni' &, MeehVaHDank (ireencastio fulled llarniony Institute Harmony no sale (limtmgdon Bank Huntingdon no sale utiiala Bank Lewintown noe.iltt jUinberineu'a Bank Warren faded Northern Bank of I'a. Dtiiulnir no ssle New Hope Del. Bridge Co. New Hope closet! .Vorthmiib'd Union Col. Bk. Milton io sale North Western Ba'.k of Pa. Meadille closed Ofce of S. liuylkill Bank Port Curbon Pa. Af,t. Sl Munuf. Bank Carlisle failed Silver Lake Brink Montrose closed Union Bank of Penn'a. Uniontown failed Westmoreland Bank C!r enslmrg closed Wilktiharre Bridge Co. Wilkeabane nosule ffj- All notes pnrorling to be on any PouiisyU ariH Bank not given in the above list, may be set town as frauds. Bank of New Biunswitk Brunswick failed Urivideie Bank Belvidere Uurlington Co. Bank Metl lord par Doiiiioi rcial Bank Perth Aiuboy j Cumberland Bank Bridgeton par rarnier' Bank Mount Holly par Farmers and Mechanics' Bk Iialmay ' J Farnif r' and Mechanica' lilt N. Biunawick failed Farmers' und Merehcnta' Bk Middletown I't. J Pranklin Bank ofN. J. Jersey City failed Hohoken BsriV (inline Co Hoboken failed Jersey City Bank Jersey City failed McchanitV Bmk Patterson fuiled Maiiufacturers' Bank Belleville failed Mori is County Buck Murriatown 4 Monmouth Bk ol N. J. Freehold failed Mechanic' Bank Newark j Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk Trenton par Mori is Canal and L kg Co Jersey City Post Nulea no sale Newark Bkg cV Ins Co Newark i New Hope Del Brii'gv Co Lambcilaville N. J. Manulac. and ilkg Co Hoboken failtd N J Prolecton V. Lttilidl k Jersey City tailed Orange Bank Orauge j Palerson Bank Paterson failed Peoples' Bunk do j Princeton Bank Princeton par falcm Banking Co Halem pir State Bank jkewark ttaiu Bank EIalthtown i Hi ate Bank Camden j,ar Stale Bai4t tif Morrin Morristown J tt Bank Trenton failed Salem and Philud Manuf Co Salem failed Husael Bank Newton J Treolon Bunking Co Trenton par Union Bunk Dover j Washington Bankicg Co. llackensatk tsiUd Ii:L,AU'AItI BkcfWilmA Uramty win Wilmington pur Bank of Delaware Wilmington par oaua 01 Dinyrna Mnyina par Do branch Miltord par Farmers' Bk of ISta .e (,f Dt Iover par Do branch Wilmington iar V 1 . ... I'o rruDin (leorgetown par jjo orauin JNewcaaile iir 11 ! n La .... ' iriiua oini- w iimiogtan par rXj" Under fi'a 1 fXJ" On all t anks mmked thus () there arc ei. thr couiilerleit or ltrd notes of the var.nus U- nominauoiis, in cieutstion. ASIIRY &z ItOCAP, HAT it CAP MAMJFACTtlUEUS, .S(m7i V.usl corner of Market and 4th its.. I'hlladclpl.hi, I FSPECTFULLY inform the miblic that they J- will ronntant'y keei on hnd a Isrgs ort ment of Hats. Vnyt and Furs, to suit the fall trade, of the bi -t quality. By atrict attention to busi ness, nnil by selling their stock at the lowest prices, thry flitter themselves in being able to give entire satisfaction. August 6, 1843 ly A Tlirrsltln; Itlnctilnc Tor Hale. riMlV. anWriber nfiera f.r sale a THRESHINO JL MACHINE, new and In good order. The Machine h.i been tried, and proves to be an excel lent one. It will be sold at a rednred price, and warranted. Apply to H. B. MASTER. Julv Is', 181-1. t'OHiilcrroHcrit' DEATH BLOW. 'Phn public will please observe that no Brandreth Pills are genuine, unless the box has three li bels upon it, (the lop, the sii'e and the bottom) ei h containing a f.ic-simile signature of my hand writing, thus U. BRAtsnhtrH, M. D. rheie la. 'bel-aie engraved oil steel, heniitifully desicned. and done ot anetpensenf over $2,01)0. Therefore it will lie seen that the only thing nreessnry to pro cure the medicine in its purity, ia to ebsene these labels. Remember the top, the side, and the bottom. The following respective persons are duly auln ri zeit, and hold CERTICATES Or AGENCY, For the sale of lirantlreih,i Vegetable Universal Vill. Norlhumlierlaiid countv : Milton Maekey A Chambeilin. Sunbury H. B. Masser. M'Ewcne ville Ireland At Mcixell. Norlhuml eiland Win. Forsyth. Georgetown J. At J. Wills. Union Ciunty: New Berlin Bogar & Win ter. Sclinsprove George Gundium. Middle burg Isaac Smith. Beavertown David Hubler. Adanisburg Wm. J. May. Mifflinsburn Menseh Si Bay. Hattleton Daniel Long. Fret-burg G. tV F. C. Mover. Lewiahurg Walla & Green. Columbia county : Danville E. B. Reynolds & Co. Berwick iSlnimnn & Kittenhouse. (V tawiesa C. G. Brobts. Bloninsburg John R. Mover. Jeisey Town Levi Bisel. Washington Robt. MtCay. Limestone Ball' h. MlNtnch. Observe that each Agent has an Engraved Cer tificate of Agenry, containing a representation of lr BRANDRET H'S Manufactory at Sing Sing, and upon which will also be seen exact copies of the new lahels now uteil upon the Hrandrtth J'ill llorm. Philadelphia, office No. S. North 8lh street. B. BRANDRETH. M. D. June 24th, l4rt. Hover's Ink. JOSEPH & HOVER, Manufacturer of Writing nnJ Jndelli blc Ink, No. 100 North Third Street, eix doora below Race, (east Ride,) FHILADELPHIA, rESPEt'TFrLLY informs country merchant and others, that he con-tntly keeps on hand a large stock of his auperier Black, Blue snd Red Ink, and hlsn a supeiior qnility of Indellil le Ink. His ink is put up in bottles varying in sire, from 1 to 33 ounces, and will be sold on reasonable terms. The excellent qualities of this ink has so thoroughly established its character, that it is now extensively used throughout tha country. . For sale at tho store of H. B. Mas-ser, Pun bury, Pa. May 27th, 184.1. ly CHARLES W. IIECilXS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUNBTJHY, PA. AS taken the otlice formerly occupied by the Hon. Charles G. Doom I, opposite the Court House. Jle will aitend to business in the Court of Northumberland, Union and Columbia counties. May 20th, 1843. MERCHANTS HOUSE, No. 237, North Tltirit.nom r Cutlotthill Sr., PHILADELPHIA. JOHN DUNCAN, late from the Penn.lva nia Farmer, and Samuel Pike, jr., laie of A no rican Hotel, Columbus. ( 'hio. take pleasure in ac quamting their fiiends and Hit- public vent-rally that they have taken the large and cominodioue Hotel, recently built hv the Missis. II . it. on tlu- sar.ie site once occupied by the old rstnhlirhed Hotel known as the Bull's Head, in 1'bird stiet-t above Callow hill st. This Hotel is finished in the very best possible manner, and of the best materials. Its local on is very desirable, particularly lor country mi rchants ; the arrangements for healing and Ventilating raeh room ia such as to secure any temperature. The bedrooms are all light and airy, all furnished ina neat style, so as to insuie comfort. The receiving parlors are al-o fun ished in a su perb style, the windows are on the French J'yle. tormii g an entrance to a hatcniiy in front, wbith nukes pleasant recess. Piiitieular attention has been given to the beds and bedding, which, with the furniture, are entirely new. From ytars' experience in hotel business, we fust, by strict assiduity tc business, to make tin house a desirable stepping pbice. Our table will always be supplied with the very brat our maikc-t can alTord, and our bar ni'h the best liquors and wines of the most approved brands. P. S. There are first late stabling tar.d caniiue houses attached to the hotel, blif 11. b d by ca t I II and sober hostlers, and out chargea will be low, in accordance with the preent haul times. Philadelphia. Oct. 7ih, 1842. Mil Gem rut Siuf;e OJ).re;'t TO U 'ZLJ M 30Z Tk" -a LYCOMING COUNTY, l'-iiiiM3laiilit. MIIIE Hubi-rril'er respectfully informs his friends L and tha public in general, that he hat taken the above LARGE AND COMUODIOVS HOTEL, I N THE B O R O U G II O F M I J N C Y, and that he is now well prepare! to accommodate all bo may favor b in with their custom. His tSinriait AriR'raKVTS ire well ailed, and comfortable. Hi Tiat r Bta will a'sys le applied with the best tlieinaikel can afford. His 8-rtRLiao, which is gotd, will V under the charge of good and carelul hostler. He ft el confident, by strict attention to I usiiirss. and an earnest dt-sim 10 render c- mfortuhle those who may patronize him, that he will riot ft.il togivo gfiier.l aalisfaction. H. B. WEAVER. Munty, Oct. 1st, IMt. -If. Tht brut method for the Aholilian of Dinase it to cleanse and purify the Body. ivhioiit's LVD1ASI TKOrTAIlLK 11L.L,S OP THR tWtrth American College of Health, Arc now acknowledged to be the best Medicine in the World for the rure of EVERY VARIETY OF DISEASE. TJTfcEOAUSE they completely cleanse the slo H 9 maeh and bowels from these billtotis and cor nipt humors which are the cause not only of Headache, Giddiness. Palpitvtion of the Heirt, IVns in the Bonea, Rheumatism and Gout, but every malady incident to man. SAID INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS are a certain cure for in tcimitient, remitted, nervous, inflamatory and putrid Fevers, because they clesnso the pody fretn those moibid humors, which, when confined to the citcu lition. are the cause of nil kinds of FEVERS. 80, alpo, when the same impurity ia deposited on the membmne and muscle, causing piris, infiama lions and swellings called RHEUMATISM, G()I T, At. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills may be relied vn as always ertain to give relief, and if persevered with, according to directions will mol assuredly, and without fiil, make a perfect euic of the above painful n alndics. From three to six of said Indian Vegetable Pills t:iken every night go ing to bed, will In a shntt time so completely rid the body from every thing that is opposed to health, that Rlieumnti-m, Gout, and p-iin of every descrip tion, will he laterally DRIVEN FROM THE BO DY, For the a inie reason, w hen, Irom sudden changes of atmopheie. or any other cause, the per spiiation ischecknl, and the humors wh'ch should pi-s off bv the skin are thrown inwardly, causing HEADACHE. GIDDINESS, nausea and sick ness, pain in the bone, wa ery and inflamed eyes, sore throat, hoarsene-s, roughs, ronsumption. rheumatic pains in various iirts of the body, and many other symptom of CATCHING COLD, Wright' Inilian Vngrat'fe Vi'h will invariably give immedi te relief. From three to six of said Pills tnki n every night nn going to bed, will in a short lime, not only remove all the above unpleasant symptoms, but the body will, in a short time, he restored to even sounder benl hlban la'fnre. ASTHMA, on DIFFICULTY OF BREATH ING'. Wright' lndmn YteetnUe Pills will loos, en and rnry off, by the stomach and howeis, those tough phbgmy humor-, which stop up all the air cells of the lungs, and are the cause, not only of the a1ote distressing complaint, but when neglected, often terminates in that mo.e dieadlul malady called CONSUMPTION. It should be also lemembetrd that Wright' Indian Vegetable Pills are a certain cure for PAIN IN THE SIDE, Oppression, nau sea, and sicknrss, los of appetite, costivenrsi. a yellow litipe of the skin and eyes, and every other symptom of a torpid or diseased stale of the liver; because they purge from the body those impurities which if deposited Upon this important org. in, are the cau-e of every variety of LIVER COM PLAINT. When a nation is convulsed by riot-, outbreak and rebellion, the only means of prevent ing the dreadful consequences of a CIVIL WAR, is to expel all traitors, and evil disposed ones from the country. In like manner, when pain or sick ness of any kind, indicate that the body is strug gling with inten al foes, the true remedy is to EX PEL ALL MORBID HUMORS, (Traitors to beahh and bfe.) Health will be the terlain retult. That the piinciple of curing di-ease, by cleansing and purifying the body, is strictly in accordance with the laws which govern the animal economy; and if properly carried out bv the u-e of the aliove named WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, will ccitainly result In the complete Abo lition of Di-ense ; we oiler the following testimoni als, fiom persons of the highest re-pectability in New York, w ho have recentiy bei n cuied of the most obstinate complaints, solely by the use of Wnioin-'i lint Vioi;rLK Pills, of the Nurth American College tf lleulth : Jamaica, L. I., June 9th. 1841. Doctor William Wright Dear Sir It ia with great sati-faction I inform nu of r.iy having been entirely cured of Dyspepsia, of five year standing, by the use of your Unnn Vigitaiilk Pills. Pn vinus to meeting w ith yoor celebiated medi cine, I bad hi en under the hands of several Physi cians, and had tried vaiinu medicines; but all to no etlect. After using one 25 cent box of jour Pills, how 1 ver, I experienced so much benefit, that I reolved to persevere in the use of them aceoiding indirections, which I am happy to slate, has result ed in a perfect cure. Ingratitude to you lor the great benefit I hive received, nod ulso in the hope that titheis similarly arllietet) may be induced to make tiial of your ex'raordtniry medieine, I send you this tatcmcrit with lull libeily to publish the same, ifvou think proper. Yours, Ac. New York, June l. ISII. G.C, BLACK. Mr. Richard Dennis, agent for Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. Dear Sir I have ht en afflicted for several yeats i b inward wesknes and general debility, acrom I anii d at times with pains in tho side and other ilistiessii.g complaints. Afti 1 having tried various mrdic iliea i'hoi.t 1 ffi ct, I was persuaded by a friend 10 make trial t,f Dr. light's Indian Vegetable Pills', which I am happy to state, have relieved me in a most wonderful manner. I have used the me dicine, a yet but a stout tune, and have no doubt, by a perseverance in the use of the medicine accor ding to directions. lh-l I shall in a short time be perb cilv te-tore.l. I most willingly recommend said Pill to all per sons similarly stlluteil. und ill ihe loll belief that the same beni lieial result will follow their use, I re main jouts smceirly. HENRY A. FOOTE, Waiwarsing, Ulster co. N. Y. Niw YoiiK, Sept. 20, 141. This is to certify that I have used Wiiioht's IsnitN Ykc.itahlk Pi Ll. with the greatest bene fit; having en'ir. Iv cured loyi-elfof the frequent at laiks ol Sick Headache, to which I had previously been subject. ANN MARIA THOMPSON, 302 Greenwich street, N. Y, To Mr. Richard Dennis, Agent for Wright's In dian Vegetable Pi, Is. '. V I I .V. As there are at this lime many wicRed persona busily engaged in seliiug a counterfeit medicine un der the name ol the Indian Vi getable Pilla and as these dt spt rate nun are so uitetly reckless of con sequences, that many valuable I ves may lx lost in consequence of using l! eir dreadful compounds, 1 he public are cautioned against putchaing any Pills, units on the tides of the boxes the following wording is found : WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS. (Indian Purgative.) Ol THE KOaTH AMf.NICAR COLLIOX or HEALTH. And alse to be especially careful against purcha sing said medicine of any person except the regu lar advertised agents. AGEXTS FUR AOHTIIUMBERLASD CO., J'tnmyltania. H. B. Masscr, Sunbury Wm. Forsyth, Nor thumberlandJacob Haas, Sbamukiu Samuel Herb, Mahonoy Bverly A D. Haaa, Augusta Thorns F'ollmer, Milton Ireland A Metiell, McEwentville E. S, Ptjier, Turbulsville James Reed, Potlsgrove II. Klase, Snyderstown H. H. Kiiu-bcl. P. M.. Elysburg P. O. Wm. Lei-enring, P M, Union Corner. Oll'tce and General Depot for the sale of Wright' t Indian Vegetable I'll!, Wholesale ami Retail. No. 169 RACK STREET, PHILADEL PHIA. May 31, IM?. ly ROSE OINTMENT, FOR TETTER. RINGWORM, riMri Efl O THE PACK, AND OTHER CUTANEOltSl ERfPTIONS. (Cj The following tertijica'e describe one nfthe mnt extraordinary cum ever effected by any application. Phh.aiiki.pma, February 10, 18H3. TjOR twenty years I was severely afllictt d with -1- Txrrxn on the Face and Head: the disease commenced when I wis seventeen years old, and continued until the Fall of 1836, varying in vio lence, but without ever disappearing. During most of the time, great part of my face was covered with the eruption, frequently attended with violent itch ing; my head swelled al times until it felt a if it would burst the swelling was so grent. that I could scarcely pet my hat on. During the long period that I was afflicted with the disease, I useil a groat many at plications, (among them several celebrated preparation-) as w, II as taking; inward remedies, including a number of bottles of Swaim'g Panacea, Extract of Sarsnpnrila, Ac, In fact, it would be impossible to enumeiate all the medicines I used. I was also under the care of two of the most dis tinguished physicians of this city, but without re ceiving much benefit, and I despaired of ever being cured. In the fill of 18:10, the disease at the time being very violent, I commenced using the i?o.te Ointment, (prepared by Vaughan A Davis.) In a few applications the violent itching censed, the swelling abated, the t motion began to disappear, and before I had used 3 jar the di-enso was entirely cured. It has now been nearly a yiar and a half since, and there is not a vestige of the di.cae re maining, except the scars from the deep pits formed by the diiease. It is impoasible for me to describe in a certificate Ihe severity of the disease ami my snffiririg, but I will be pie ised to give a fuller ac connt lo any person wanting further satisfaction, who will call on me. At the time I cotnmonccd using the Rose Ointment I would have given bun dled of do lats to be rid of the disease. Since u sing it, I have recommended it lo several persons, (among them my mother, w ho had the disease bad ly on her arm,) who wi re a I cured bv it. J AMES DURNELL, No. i:3, Race St. ij The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. 11. VauliBit, SoH-h Easl corner of Third anil Race streits, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sunbu ry. bv H. B. MASSE R, May 14th, IS 1.1. Agent. Itosc Oiiitiiieiit, for Teller. A PROOF OF ITS F.FFir.ACY. l'ttn nn.PHiA, May 27lli, ls:i!. rPHIS is to certify that I was severely aflbcied with Tetter in the hands ami f ct for upwards of forty years ; the disease was attended gi rier illy with violent itching and swelling. I applied to number of physicians, and used a great many appli cations without elVeeliug a cure. About 11 voir since, I applied the Ro-e Ointment, which entirely stopped the itching, and a few applications immedi ately cured the disease, which there has been no return of, although I had never been rid of it at any lime for forty years. RICHARD SAVAGE, Eleventh, below Spruce Street. rj" The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Vauuhan, S -iuih East corner of Third and Race Streets, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sunbu ry. by 11. B. MASSKR, May 14th. 18 13 Agent. lYiEDicAii ArrnonATiON Of the ROSE OINTMENT, for Tetter. VLTHOUGH the superiority of the prepatation over nil ollu rs is fully established, the proprie tors take pleasure in laying before tho public the following certificate from a respectable physician, a graduate of the University of Peunsvlvani. Dr. Baiigh, having found in this remedy that relief for a tedious and di-agreeable affection which the means within the range of his profession failed to afford, has not hesitated to give it his approbation, although the prejudices and interests of that profession ate opposed to secret Remedies. Piiilai.:lpuia, Sept. 19, iS.lfi. I was recently troubled w ith a tedious herpetic eiuption. which covered nearly one sn'e of my fice, and extended over the ear. Mr. Vuughan, proprie toi of the Rose Ointment, observing my fin-e, insis ted on my trying his preparation, of which he han ded nie a jar. Although 111 common with the mem bers of my profession, 1 discountenance and disap prove ol the numerous nostrums palmed upon the public by ignoiaut pri tenders, I feel injustice bound to except the Rose Ointment from that c'a-s of me dicines, and to give it my approbation, a it entire ty tured the eruption, although it h id resisted the usu .l applications. DANE. BAUGH, M. D. rj- '1 he Rose Ointment is piepured by E. B. Yaughnn, South East corner of Third and Race Sireeia, Philadelphia, and sold on agi ncv in Sun hurv, by II. B. MAsSER. May 14 th, 1 843. Agent. ISnutl' and Tobacco Manufacturers, No. Dt) North Wist corner of Race and Third Street. PHILADELPHIA. rPHE undersigned have formed a Co-partnership A under the firm ol J. MAYI.AN D. Ja. A Co.. s successors to the late firm of Jacob Alntlund 4 Co., and will rmtinue the business at the old esta blishment, on their own account. In mid it ion to their own close attention and experience for many years, in the manufacture of their cefebrated sniifT-, Ac, the long experience of the senior partner of the late firm, will also be devoted to the interest of the new concern and as no exertion and cate will be spared to insure their goods, at all time of the ve ry best quality, they solicit a continuance of the confidence of thu fi.ends and customers of the late firm. THOMAS ADAMS, J. M AYLAND. Ja. Philadelphia. May 14th. 184:1. ly " EAGLE 13: S3 OS 117 Oi2 IBTL. m Corner of Third and Vine Streets, WILLIAMSrORT, PA. rilHE sobscrilwr resH?i-ifullv aiinouncea to the 1 public, that he h is opened a Hotel 111 ihe com modious brick building situate on the coiner of 'I bird and Pine streets, where he will be happy to wait rip -n those who may favor him wit'i their company. The Eagle Hotel is large and conveni ent, and furnished in the )ie-t modem n le. It is provided with a huge intinlar of well aired and comfortable sleeping apartment", rooms, private parlors, A c. Pi 1 sou visiting W ilhamspnrt on bu siness or plea-ure, may real as-und that every ex ertion will be used to rentier their sojouin t ihe "Esgle Hotel" pleasant and agreeable. HisTabh will be supplied with the very best the market af fords, and his bar with the el oicest wines and other htiiois charge re isoiiable. The Katie Hotrl possesses greater advantage in point of location than any other similar establishment in ihe borough, being situate in the business part of the town, and within a convenient distance of the Court House ami Wilhamspnrl and Elmira Rail Road Depot. Sufficient Stabling provided, and good and trusty ostlers always in attendance. Attentive, accommodating and hone-t Servant have been fmjdoed, and nothing left undone that will add to the comfort and accommodation of his guests. There will he a carriage slwsya in attendance at the Boat Landing lo convey passenger to and from the House, fire of charge, CHARLES BORROW. IV iy 14th, 1842.- tf ATTORNEY AT LAW, euxrBunv. pa. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thurpl crland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. TimwAa Hat i Co., Lnwrtn A Baniion. Hat, CcMMtwn. A Haut, Vi7i. IUtkolu, McFAtAn A- Co. Sprains, Goon A Co., To f ount rv MERCHANTS. rPI!B Subscriber, Agent of Lyon A Harris, Hat - Manufacturers, for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other large cities, whoBo ir are highly commended for ron? color and durability, has on hand a first rate assortment of HATS and CAPS, suitable for Spring Bales, wh'ch will Vo sold very low, fot rash or appioved credit, at the tuted cheap store, No. 40, North Third s'rwl, oppjsi'e the City Hotel, Philadelphia. ROBERT I). WILKINSON, Artnt. N. B. Orders for Hats in the rori4. promptly attended to. The highest price in tush or trade given Lr Fur ikin. Philadelphia, June 11, I843.--ly A1 LL persons indtbted to the linn of Lynn A Hams, under the sgency oft). N, Thncher, Hut and Cap Manufacturers, No. 40 North Third, j street, Philadelphia, are requested to make immedi- ! ale settlement of their accounts with the subscriber, I their legally authorized agent, who is fully rmpow- eted to aellle nnd collect the accounts of said firm, i ROBERT D. W ILKINSON, j June 4th, 1842. tf Agent. I GO L DEN SWAN H -H flBTTTRl!: e iNo. Uy iSorth Third, above Arch Street, PHILADELPHIA. ACCOMMOPAl IONS FOR SF.VKVrY TFRSONS. pHARI.ES WEISS, late of the "White Swan," and "Mount Vernon House," respectfully in forms his friends ami customers, that be has become Ihe proprietor of the ahov well known Hotel. Country Meirhant will find the above Hotel a central location, and the best of fare. Persons tra velling with private conveyance will find a large yard and good stabling for horses, and the best of ostleis. Hoarding fl pt-rdar. May 1 1th, 1812. if. Commission A: Forwni tlini Merchants, Foot of W illow Street Rail Road, tiik nri.twttiK, TTAVING associated wi h ihem Joeph Barnet, --l.ileof Eastoii. Pa respectfully inform their friends ami the public generally, that they have ta ki n th it large nnd wed known store and wharf nt foot of Willow Street Railroad, lately occupie I by Jacob Martin, where they purpose doing a General ( 'ommission and Forwarding Business, and from the local advantages of the place being connected with all the public improvements that have their outlet in the cilv, they flatter themselves they will be able to tlo business to as great, if not greater ad vantage, and upon as reasonable terms as any other house, and they assuie their friends that any con aignments made 10 them shall have th-ir strict at tention, and no exeitions spared to give enliie satis faction. Tin y are also prepared to receive and forward gootls to any point on the Delaware and Lehigh river--, between Msuch Chunk, Easlon anil Phila t! 1 ; In 1 , via Delaware Division ami Lehigh Canals; also, to anv point on the Juniata river, or Nonh and Wtst llianchts of the Su-quetmnna via Seliuvl. kill and Union, or (tic Chesapeake and Tide Watei Canals. For the accommodation of Boats coming or go ing via Schuylkill and Union Canals, a Steimboat will It,' kepi expressly for towing boats from the Schu ikil! around to the Delawate and back, which w ill en .hie merchants to have their produce deli vered on the De'nw are, arid their gootls sl ipped at a saving ol ftO to 7ft per cent, on the puces f r hauling acro-s, with these advantages they re sptctfully solicit a share of patronage. W. HEILMAN A CO. William Ilellman, ) William W. Keyser, C. Joseph Il .rnet. 3 Phils,!., May 14, 184:. ly BOLTON 8c CO. (.riicrul t'oiiiiiilxslou Merc hunts, Fur the Sale nf Flour, Grain, Seed, tc, iVc " 1 1 " ' " j l. EsPECTFULLY inform their friend and I -" ihe Merchants generally, that they have la 1 ken those large and commodious Wharvis, uith two Dotks, north of Chesnut street, on the Delaware, together with the store No. 19 South Wharves, where they would be pleased to receive consign ments of Grain, Flour, Seed, WhUkey, Iron, Ac. Ac. Being also well prepared to forward nil kinds of Merchandise by the Schuylkill and Union, or by the Chesapeake and Tide Water Canals, as tow boats are kept expressly for the purpose of towing boats by fit her route. Merchants will please he particular lo send their goods destined by cither canals, to No. 19 South Wharves, between Market and Chesnut streets, on the Delaware, with directions accompanying them which route ihey wish them to tie shipped. fXj- Plaster and Salt for sale, at the lowest mar ket price. BOLTON A C. March 19,1813. No. 1 9 South Wharves. hokum ( Aun.it & so, PAPER MANUFACTUEEHS, Lombard Street, Italtimore. nAVE constantly for sale, Printing Paper of ah sizes and qualities. Cap Writing Paper, rubd and plain. Letter Paper, white and blue, ruled and plain. Hanging Paper, line and common, Envelope Paper, do. do. medium, doub'e ctown, t-rown and eilra sized Wrapping Papers, Coloied Medium and Royal Papers, Bonnet, Binders' and Stiaw Box Boards, 'Tissue Taper, and all articles in their line, which they will sell on accommodating terms. Highest price given for old rags. ROBERT CARTER A SON, March 19. 1843 Elkton, Md CHP.TSCLITSyCLinHT V N artie'e unequalled for cleaning and giving a -sV highly durable and most biilliaut polish to sil ver, German Silver, Brass, CopH-r, Brittania ware, Tin, Sit-I, Cutlery, and for restoring the lustre on varnished carriages, Ac. 'TRV TP. Prepared ami sold al wholesale and retail, by the Susquehanna Chrysolite Polish Company, Owego, Tioga county, N. Y. WM. FORSYTH, Agent lor Norlhum'd, H. B. MASSER, Agent for Sunbury. November 20th, 1842. pj.TLit Tiiiu rEUS LAST MAKER, No. 74 Cnllowhill .Street, Philadelphia C Three dot.rt above Second. J SHOE Findings always kept on hand, which hs lifters for sala on the lose-t terma. Country Meich tnisare panicuUrly to c til and judge foi themselves. Philadelphia, Noveraaer 13, 1842. ly. G. V. & L. 2. TscVTLOPs. rf"KFFER FOR SALE, at the Smith East Cor 1 J? ner of Fifth and Market Streets, Philadelphia--' Mens' Calf-skin Boots, stiteheJ warranted, do do do pegged do do do do' water proof, double soles and double tinners. do Calf-skin do do and uppers, do Heavy Water Leather Boots, do do Neats do do. do High quarter Shoes, Calf-skin, .1 .t .1.. r1. .1.. do nailed do Fine Monroes warranted Jo Kin do do do Calf do do Coarse do do do Shoes do Fine do do do do del do Kin do do do Calf and Seal Skin Pumps, do List Socks with and without soles, do Carpet do do do Patent Warranted Water-proof Moccasins. Ladies' do do do do Ladies' tanned India Rubber shoes. Gentlemen' do Over shoes. With every other desc iplion of boots and shoes. Fur Caps of every description Travelling Trunks of every description. Venetian Travelling Bags. Patent Gum Elastic Shoe Blacking. Bonnets of nil kinds, Palm Leaf Hats. Philadelphia, November 13. 1842. ly. an n'si OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. NCW KNGLANDOII. COMPANY 1N0. 29 North Water Street, Tliila. MANUFACTURERS and dealers in Oils of every description both for burning ami manuliiciuring purposes, which will be sold much lower than they can be procured elsewhere, and warranted in quality to equal any in the city. Any oil sold by the company not proving as represented, may be returned without any expense to the pur chaser, and the money will be refunded. Th eir slock now in store consists til the following oils, viz : 30,(1(111 gallons Winter Bleached Spcim oil. sr n fifldtt 15,(1110 10.000 20.00(1 (iOOO lf'.OOO do do Colorless Oil, do Fall and Spring Sperm Oil, do Winter Sea Elephant, do tlo Pressed Whale Oil, do Summer do do do V 5 do Common Whale Oil, 200 Barrels superior Stra.'s Oil, J00 do Cod llnnk Oil, ! 50 do Neil's Foot Oil, j 7ft Ca.-ks Olive Oil, I Tanner's ( til. 1 Cj"'! his Company has a number of Vessels' en j gaged in the Cod Fishery, and Tanners may rely 1 Upon pet:ing at all tones Oil as pure as imported. Philadelphia. Nov. 1:1, 1 S 12. ly. i Hit hat-1 Weaver X, Son, HOrE MAKERS & SHIP CHANDLERS. j .Vn. 1 :l ,Vnrfi Water Street. Philadelphia. 1 VI AV E constantly on hand, a general assort- J3 B mi nt of Cordage, Seine Twines, Ac, viz : ; 1 ar d Ropes, Fishing Ropes, While Ropes, Manil j la Ropes, Tow Lines for Canal Boats. Also, a complete assortment of Seine Twines, Ac. such as Hemp Snail and Herring Twine, Best Patent Gill Net Twine, Cotton Shad and Herring Twine, Shoe 'Threads, Ac. Ac. Also, Bed Colds, Plough Lines, Halters, Traces, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chains, Ac. all of which they will d.spose of on reasonable teims. Philadelphia, November 13, 1812. ly. Jacob Ii iiiiutli & Son 7 ESPECTFULLY informs their friends and acquaintances generally that they still con tinue to keep al the old stand, No. 21b' North 3d street, Philadelphia, nil I mils of TUliACCO S.M .rr ASF SEGAKS. Which they will sell )n the m. '. Hccoinmojatiiif and reasona le terms. N. B. All goods sold will be guaunteed and all orders promptly attended to. Philadelphia, November 13, 1812. ly. SI'ttlHXG, (JOoij t!c CO. No. 13S Market Street, Philadelphia. INVITE the attention of Country Merchants to their extensive assortment of British French nnd American Dry Gootls, w hich (hey oiler lor sale on the most reasonable terms. Philadelphia. November 13, 1812. ly. J. W. ,s V A IN, Umbrella ami Parasol Manufacturer. No. 37 youth Third street, two doors below the City Hotel, Phiadi Iphia. COUNTRi Men hauls and others are solicited to examine his assuilt.icnt before purchasing elsewhere Philadelphia. November 13. 1842. ly. FC? SALE. f"OR sale a small Farm, containing about one " huiithej and ten acres, more or le-s, situate in Point township, Norihunil erland countv, about two miles above Noithumbcrl mil, on the main road leading from that place to Danville, adjoining lands of John I.eghou, Jesse C. llortoii and others, now in the occupancy of Samuel Payne. About forty acres of said tract are cleared, and in good state of cultivation, on which there is a small barn erected. 'The property will be sold on reasonable teims. For further particulars, pe 100ns are request ed to apply to the sut scribi r. II. B. MASSER, Agent, Nov. 27th, 1S42. tf Sunbury. Pa. 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