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A POOR EXCVSK.
the Knickerbocker furnishes thr following Tactical Epistle,' from J. G. S , to a bachelor friend, urging him at once to enter into th con miliial state. He thinks it "the sovereign'st thing in creation :" Don't tell me you 'haven't got time.' That other things claim your attention ; There's not the least reason or rhyme In the wisest excuse you can mention ; Don't tell me about 'other fish,' Your duty is done when you buy 'cm ; And you never will relish the dish, Unless you've a woman to 'fry 'em.' You may dream of poetical fame But the story may chance to miscarry ; The best way of sending one's name To posterity, Charles, is to marry. And here I am willing to own (After soberly thinking upon it.) I'd very much rather be known Through beautiful son, than a sonnet. Don't be frightened by querulous stories liy gossiping grumblers related, Who argue that marriage a bore is, r.ecause they've known people mis-mated. Such fellows, if they had their pleasure, Became some 'bad bargains' are made, Would propose ns a sensible measure, To lay an embargo on trade ! Then, Charles, bid yoi.r doubting good bye, And dismiss all fantastic alarms ; I "11 be sworn you've a girl in your eye That you ought to have had in your arms ; fomn beautiful maiden, God bless her ! Unencumbered with pride or with pelf, Of every true charm the possessor, And given to no fault but yourself. To procrastination be deaf! (A caution which came from ahove.) The scoundrel's not only 'the Thief Of Time,' but of Beauty and Love. Then delay not a moment to win A prize that is truly worth winning : Celibacy, Charles, is a sin, And sadly prolific of sinning. I could give you a bushel of reasons For choosing the 'double estate ;' It agrees with all climates and seasons, Though it may be adopted too late. To one's parents 'tis gratefully due ; Just think what a terrible thing 'Twould have been, Sir, for nic ai.d for you, If cun had neglected the ring. Then there's the economy (clear By poetical algebra shown :) If your wife has a 'grief or a 'Irar,' One half, by the law, is your own. And as to the 'joys,' by division They somehow are doubled, 'tis said (Though I never could see the addition, Quite plain in the item of bread !) Remember I do not pretend There's anything 'perfect' about it, But in this I'll maintain to the end, Life's very i'm-perfect without it. 'Tis not that there's poetry in it, (As doubtless there may be to those Who know how to find and to spin it,) Hut I'll warrant you excellent 'prose.' Don't search for an 'angel' a minute, For suppose you succeed in the setjuel, After all, the deuce would be in it, For the match would be highly unequal ; The angels, it must be confessed, In this world are rather uncommon, And allow me, dear Charles, to sup gest, You'll be better content with a wuman. Then, Charles, be persuaded to wed ; For a sensible fellow, like you, It is high time to think of a bed And a board, and 'fixins for two. Don't think about 'something else' first, A poet almost 'in the sere !' A 'Major !' and not married ytt .' You should do 'nothing else' for a year. '"HMHmagiMiM is J ..I i " UAXK SiOTE LIST. IKSmXVAXIi. The following list shows' the current value of all Viinsylvnuis Hunk N 't. The most implicit re- hancemiybe pt.ic.pd upon it, a it it every wele sa re fully compared with si d correcled f.om Bhk- null's Ivrporrer. I tank In riillatlrlplit:.. , Disc, ti NAMr. LncAT.o. r(ittn NOTES AT P A It. Bsnk of North Amoiie . Hank of the Nntlhcrn Liberties (,'otiiinereial Hank of Perm's. . Farmers' and Mechanics' Unnk Kensington Dat.k Philadelphia Hunk Schuylkill Bank . . . Sniithwark llnuk Western Hank Mechanics' Dank Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Bmik Country IlnnUs. Bank nf r'hester Count Westchester Bank of Delaware Conmy Chester Bank nf (Jermaiitown Ocrmautnwn Rank of Montgomery Co. Nnrrispown Diyl'stown Bank Doylestown Easlnn Bank Rnsion Fanners' Bank of Bucks CO. Dri-tol Omen of Bank of renn'a. Harrishnrg Qflics do do Lancaster I par par par par par par par pBr par pat par par par par par pur par par Thec ofliees Office do do Beading ( do not Oiliee do do Eash.n J issue n. NOTES AT D I Rank of the United Mates Bank of IVnn Township (iiinr.l Dank .Movamenstng B ink Bank of !'eiins Ivnnii Miners' Bank of Poltsvillo Bank of Lrwistown Bank ef Mid.llrtown Bunk of Niirlhtimbeilnnd Columbia B ink & Bridge co.' Carlisle Bank Exchange Bank I). i di branch of Fnrniers' Dank of l.ancastei Lancaster County B ink Farmers' Bank of Itesdllig Ilarrislairg Bank Lmeas'cr Ban!. Lctianon Bank Merchants' V Manuf. Bank Hank of Pittsburg West Biunrh Bank Wyoming Bank Northampton B.mk Berks C.iuiily Bank Office of Bank of U. S. 1) do do Do do do Kensington Sav. In. A Penn Township Sav. Ins. Bunk of Olianihersburg Bank of tJcttysburg Bank of Su-qtiehanna Co. Erie Bank Farmer.' St Drovers' Bank Fianklin B ink IIonerul.de IS ..nk Mutinng'ihela Bunk of B York Bank N. B. The notes of those banks on which we amit quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not purchased by the Philadelphia hrokers, with the exception of lhi.se whic h have a letter of n fcr. nee. BROKEN BANK S. Philadelphia Sav. Ins. Philadelphia failed I'hiliulelphia Loan Co. do fulled Schuylkill Sav. Ins. do f.iled Manual Labor Bank (T. W Dvott, prop.) failed s cot; NT. Philadelphia 2W-V2 par ,' i pir par Pottsvillo j Lewistown I J Middh-town l N rlhiimhetl.ind par ' Columbia pr j Carlisle 1 Pitt-burg 1 j llollidaysburg 1 I Lancistei par I.Mtic.iKter p.r Bailing p"' Ilarrishurg 1 ,ancas!er pt Lehanon j Pittsburg I Fittshuig 1 ! Williarnsport Ij Wiikesharie I Allentown trading Pittsburg failed Erie do New Brighton do .!j do Chsmberahurg I Gettysburg 1 Montrose 35 Er. 2. V nyneshnrg 2 Washington 1 Ilouesd.de 1J Brownsville IJ York I Wl STAR'S mi.s m or ciii:miY, A rsmpsnml Hulnnmle Prersrlm fistm Wild Cherry Hark mtl Tnr. The bent remedy known to the world fir the cure nf Cnuvh.i, rolds. O'Am.-r. crntip, hl'-edin nf the lung, whnrrpint ciMfrh.brnnchitil, it) flu ensa. tlmrliiess nf breath, pnin and writ tenc in the breast nr idc, liver atmfdtiint, und the first tn!trn nf CONSUMPTION. We will net assert that this B ALAAM will cure Consumpiion in ist lwsr form, hut it has rnre.l manv fter all other means of t'lief bs l been tried in vain. And w hv not t It Sfeins lh.it the WILD I CHF.IillY win destined by Nstuie to lie our NACEA fir tlie tavaeina ilisees of this e M la titude. Let not the d 'spiirinir invalid ware his m ii.'V nod looo TIME, to biin s all important. in 'Xerimrntins with the trashy notMtm of li e d .v. but use at unee a nv dieine that will rore. If a riiri'hep s ihle n nied'chie th-it science npp'.ic. and many y av of xper encc h ive demonstrated that tt awous relieves. 'There i no ueh thins a fi!l." in the history I of litis wondrrlnl II M.s.M. Evi.'enre the mn.i Convineine eve li't C'1 inal no o.'e cfin ilnner. tuny e-iahli he this ra. t. For the suke of brevity we se'ect ihe f l ow.rm from t! ousmds. tsane I'h t, E-q., Editor of the Pukeep.ie E icle. one of Ihe in nt influent's! j ui'lisls in fie s'a'e of New York, etit.ni undei the sutl oiilv of his own name, th it a yonne. 'sdy, a re I itie f h'. of erv delicate ennsti'inion. oik altarked in Fe'v ll? with se-ere cold which immediately produced pi linn f blood, roniih. fever, m d Older dsncerous and ahirmii g svmptonis. Thr ui-h me.licnl neatrnen' i nd rite she p i tml'v lee vcr d duritin snmme'. Hot on the return of winter she w is fit irked more j M.'lcmly l! tn at Ivst, he hican' senre-lv able to j wa'k and i tuMil'led wuh coueh, chill and fever evety day, and appealed t be coins rapully with ciiiisiiuip'i n : nt ibUlime, when iheie wa n sign nf improvement. Mr. Pbti procured a bo'tbi .f Wtrn's Bi.ssi op Wii.ti t'ltmiiT. which she look, ai d it emii)i;ly restored In r. ehe g .1 a sr. coiid, and hefii-e it wa- hlf tskrn .he w as restored to pirftct health, which she h is enjoyed to the p'r sent tune, without the slighter! symptom other for mer di-e se. Mr. P ! sav "ihe ci re c 'me under my i wn ob -eivnlton and I c.miiot he mist .ken as In ll e facts.'' KXTKACT OF A l.F.TTKV. FROM A POST MASTER. DATED Vr.yi nnoKK. Washington co., Miin'', Apr. 20 I 1 1 Mlt. ISA -C BtTTTS. Deir Sir: At the te qiiesl of imitiy of try (riend- in this pi ice ai d viri the Justice of the Peace in and for the said eonn tv. Thomas Cotens, and beisg did.y idl'irine l sc. ro'd nn to law, smith the above si.ilemei.t is in all thine true. Affirmed before me, on the SOth of April, 1843. ? J CiiMivr.J P. S flitch is the unprecedented success of this BAL SAM, 'SATIRE'S FAVORITE rBESCRlPW s preetiptinn conrjetil I to mir wants, as it is pie patcd from rhemicil extiarts from suh-tances wh'rh ihe stlthor of n ilu.o has placed in our own lind f r wise purpo-e, that many who know liothinR of ihe mode of i's preparoion are en.levnrini! to reap pecuniary benefi's by selline, nn aiticle simil ir in name, or in appear inre. or by representing lh ir own iia-h a superior In this BALAAM, or hv put ting up a mixture and solemnly assevernting that it is imp rtcj Ir.m a fureien country, which is not the case. AH these iteceplive iris goto sliow itvil Witiii' tAt.sit i known to Ihe world to le "THE aiill AT JIEMEDY." and th.t to sW any mixture it must h.- like this in name, nr jmr port to hi- like it in su' stance. Xj' Believe not the cunningly wroniiht fahiira- ll is nn'l take on'y '.lie oncnal ana genuine Wisrun's Bais4M ur Witn Ciiinnt. NO OTSIEH CAH BE LIKE IT. Address ll onlsrs to ISAC BUI IS, No. 8'2 Ann St., New Y 'tk. Agents, JOHN W. FliM.TNO. Snnlmrn, D BltMII IOAM. Northumberland, J. K. MOVE It. WimmlHs, J. WAtif.iiNSKLLEIt. Stln-firovr, BROWN ft CltEASY, Mflntville. Feb. 2'M, 1815 ly ri LTYi) ( .'. S II V. A II I) ! CANTXlSLXi'S 'clo?)ralcd I'atnily .lS-difiiic TILL not nire rvi rv tit it g. hut s'l.l run 'in lliieonalb il to IlKir srvi r.il il-pariilienis tv ev.rv thing ever nllered to the public who have v..iirti.iry came forward soil olH rid numerona tiiol hia'tly nsprctahle It s im .liiaU i.f their suprti .r i Hie n v, Ctinfrttr Cnmpnund Mnlit ttttd Syrup of Sat imparling or, Anii-Seoibnlic tSiup, lor tin ct. re ol cotlula, Chmiiir llheu.n itisin, tJhnniic Siveh line- ol ihe Ji.iiit-.. Erupt'ons f Ihe Skin, and ell Dim s cs srinnit from tbr abuse of Men try, V' uostirpasaed by any Ihiiiif ill the ma kel, Cionbi. lung all ti e virtues re-ideiit in the Sar nptri lt with a no dern nr tliraint nt. only lately liroitght out by ihe iil"st res rctuble tin dtcal atllhorilii s. Price, SO ceM ir h tile. Cunt rtU' .liiti-Dypfptie P;wd,r, for the re lief m il ( irninli. nt cure ol th .1 mo ft !ist'i -s r g I eoinplaint, lly -I'i'psi I. in nil it- form- .Old s itij. -. H tbl III l ollies OAKLEY'S ii:riiiATivn sTiiti. THE vhi-ib'e proprriies nf Oakley's Depura live 8ymp of Pnraaparills, as s purifier of the blood, is ao well known ti the public geturally, that it is unnecessary to ocenpy much spare in set ting forth the odvaritape to tie derived from its use j w herever the medicine has once been intro duced, it takes prrcetlence over all others: evrty oi.ethst has taken it, have derived so siunnl hi nr- lirtal results from it, that it is recommended by them with the u most rotifidrnce. Physicians of the highest slnivliug in the prnfes'ion, prescribe it to patients under thiir care ; conlaiuing nothing dt I. lerious, but b ing rompowd ot Ihe mml mild. jet itltcaeious vegetable material, it is olb red wnh ROSE OINTMENT ron ti-:tti:k. RttowotiKs, rtMPt.r.si on the fack, and OIIIK CPTAHKOI'S) F.Rl'VTIllNS. fjJ" The fnlloujini; rertifieaie dencribe one of Ihe mntt extraordinary aurta ever effected by any apptieatiim. Piirr.Aiirtriiii, February 10, Ifl.lS. IOH twenty years I was severely afiliclid with Ti.TTF.n on the Face anil Head: the disrae commenced when I w is seventeen years old, ami continued until the Fall of IMf), varying in vio lence, hut without ever disappearing. During nvvt of the lime, great part of my f.ce was covered wills the eruption, frequently attended with violent itch ing ; mv bead swcl'ed at limrs until it felt as if it would burst the swelliri j was so eiet, tht,t I cou',t confidence, as the cheapest and ninrt elTictent .n- ,rBt,.,v my hat on. During the long peri.i.l rifter of the ttlood now known. The use of a few bottles, especially in the spring months, will he at tenth d w ith a most decided improvement in the ge th .t I was iifiltrted wi h the disease, I use.l a great many nt plications, (among them several celebrated I i.rpo itntionl e will s liikiin' inward remedies. to ral strength ot the system, eradicating any see.U : j,,,,,!,,,,, ,11)nii,r f i.tH, s of .Swnim't Vanar. n, of disra-e that mav have been generated, b sides j:j.lrncl tlj-;llr supnrillt, &c, In fact, it would be giving health ami vicor to the body. For the cure i,,,,.,;,,), ,n r,,umPra,P Sn the medicines I used. ..f K, n.ful t or Kings Evil, nhciimmsm. I . tier, i , XV!)S ft)i(i) itM,rf 1()(t r )W( f iUp l)i) ;t (ljil I impli s or etuplloiis ol the Nkin, lute Kwrlltng, I - . . . . , . . . i I I. :- ....I.. 1.. 1 . u i.ltV hn ure ulllictiM wtttt rottsii opium n ' nver n it nttiv v miiu . niui.ij rmnii'aiiiii. I tnlie the li! er v of Bskioc V.tll 'o bp- i at 25 and SO cent- eirh. I'owanda Bank no sale closed closed filled closed in sale failed ft, led failed no .-:tle Mihabrav. It is euid that the celebrated Mirabeati, in ttm latter years of his life, bitterly regretted the follies and vices of bin youth. If his moral character had been pure, his influ ence would have been immense. One ol his biographers tays that "lie was eo fully aware that if he had enjoyed personal consideration, nil France would have been at his feet, that there were movements when he would have consented to pass 'seven limes throttoh the heated furnace,' to purify the name of Maribeau I have seen him weep with grief, and heard him Fay, almost suffocated with sobs : '1 sin cruelly expiating the errors of my youth !' " Mleghnny Iljnk of Pa. Bank of Beaver ll.ink of Swatara Bank of Washington Centre Bank I'ity Bank Farmers' & Met h'cs' Bank Farmers' Mech'cs' Biii.k Funncrs'& MerhVs' Bank llaintony lusiituto Huntingdon Bank Juniata B ink Lumbermen's Bank Northern Bank nf i'n. New Hope Del. Bridge Co. Northumh'd Union Col. Bk. Noith Western Baik of I's. Office of Schuylkill Bank Pa. Agr, & Msiiuf. Bsnk Silver Lake Bank Union Bank of Pcnn'a. esimoteland Hunk Wilkesbarre Bridge Co. All notes purpotting to be on any Penn-yl-vsnta Bank nut giveii in the above ll.-t, tityy be set Jown as frauds. may ji:ksi:y. 'i'owai.da Bedford Iteavel II irrisblirg Washii.gttin llrlhfoute F'tli'-btiig I'tttburg Fayette co. ( ireeio list e 11 imioiiV lIniitini;ilon no sule Leni-loivti In. nle Warien DiiiidnlV New Hope Milton Mrudstlle Port Carbon t'arli.-lo Moittiose L'nit.niown (irreiisburg I o tit some noe in this conn'y as Ln nl to e I is tsii's B t.sM nr W I i.n Citr.n ht. and to send hi o a few d. ..en. as there ;s none of i; fer sab- will in COO miles ft, m this I have no doubt that it w tilt' me I with a r. a.ly stile if it were where it eoti'd le ploeiired without to i much ixpritse and delav. My wife was at1 'died ohni't ni 111 nibs nince with what the pt-.ysic'ari" cnlled the fr-t s ags of e. n-iitnti'ion a complaint v. ry ptevaleet in this si cion of country . Having seen the D i's un ad vert setl in AuiM'sta. rrr 200 mii.es prom here, -era I took the B'os to mil 1 1 ore tor a boitlr of it, w hich she look, and liich I elped her so much that I sent fol two hotde m re, whnh ho has s In ken, and he now s.ys site has not felt so well for ix years as she does at this lime. All those who have inquired of me in d asi eitniord what ellect the BaUati) hud, are antioits to h .ve -ome f.r .i'e in tbl- vie nil v. which is the c..ue of mv wrttn g you. Plea e infoim me by irlun of null wheth. rvou conclude to send some, and il so t. whom, in order ill tt it may W known whrte it ian be had. I am with re-.rrt voiirs. i tc. P. !. FAIlNsWOItiTI, P. M. The wh. le coin. iry is fast learning th .t t o medi ciin 110 phVBU 'BU no pirp'irMiimi of any kind wh.tt.v.r ran ripial Dm. Wistau'm Uiuih w ' 1 un Chi ii t. CnntrtU'i .lane. Mixture and limiC Sinl:ru- meiita, st'imls at tbu be nl ut ihe li-t in r vinl b :inv, or all li e inniiinera' le mrdicm in u-e thtoiighntii the litiith mid I tend h of the I n il, f.r the ct.re of I'l.vnt .ittd Ann: in all its slsges, and from nil its roiiMntiei i rs. Ke-i.lei.t- in Fever and Ague districts should never be without it. The sulc.iber will f.nfrit EIF'I'Y DOLL ML" where l is medicine (nils to petfortn a cure in ttie niil obH'tiore cae. S 1,1 Whoe-de and Itelail bv CAL'Ml CUES. SDN, at hi- Drug Wa'et.oii-e. N". fi North Thud Street, Pluhide'i bia ; mNo. bv the r. guli'ty ap i.omt. ,1 aci.t. SE I'll W. KOP.EItTS, Wholiae Drui-ui-'. N'o. St. Water Stre.t. Mobile, rrrpiire.l oi'K bv ll eSubsrrdii r, corner of O U PENTEB and SECOND Str.els, hel.i.v Chrisli- an. Pbihiih Ipbia. where il is also retailed. Observe, none ate genuine w ithont ti e siei a'ure f JOHN A. CAN I'KELL. failed no mIi closed no -ale closed tailed closed failed chisel Wllkrsharre no sule Bank of New Biunswick llelvidete Bank Burlington Co. Bank Joinnirirtal Bank 'JuniUrl itid Bank Farmers' Hiik Brunswick Belvidrre Mcdtord Penh Amhoy Itrtdeion Mount li dly failed I par i par par i Parmer' and Mechanics' Bk lial.wav Farmers' und Mechanics' Ilk N. Diuuswirk failed Farmers' and Men ham' Bk Mid lietowti I't. y Links. Ilonett industry has brought that man to the scaffold, said a wag, as ho observed a carpenter upon the stage. Sptaking of wags what is more uaggith than a dog's tail when he is pleased ? Speaking of tails we ulwsyg like those that end well. Hogg's lor instance. Speaking of hoys we saw one of these an imals lying in the gutter the other day snd in ;he opposite one a well dressed man : the first tad a ring in his nie, the latter had a ring on lis finger. The man was drunk, (lie ling as ober. "A hog is known by the company he eeps," thought we eo thought Mr. I'orkcr, nd off he wont. Ppeaking of going oJFpuis us in n.md of a tin we once owned. It went ojfw nl.t and e havn't seen it since. Wisb OssfcavAiiONs. Always get up from e table hungry mure will be lift fur your ife. Never spesk the naked truth it is indecent posure. Disguise is the pink tif perfection 3ver run when you are in a hurry. It is un- jnifitd. Slowness is the mark of wisdom. Nothiko. The most sbuodtnt article in a icr't pursue. Franklin Bank of N.J. Jer-ey City failed Hobokrii BkiL&. (irazilig Co I lull. km faihd leisey ("ity Bunk Jersry City lulled Mechunii s' B ink I'nlli r 01 failed Maliuf U'turers' Bank Itrllrville failed Morris County Bank Mmristown j Monmouth Bk of N. J. Fieehold failed Mrchunics' Batik Nrw.uk Mechanics' and Manuf. Ilk Trenton pm Morris ('anal and Bkg Co Jersey City Pobt Notes IIO kale Newsrk Bkg &. Ins Co Nrwsik i j New IL.pe Del Bridge Co' Lauilirtuvtlls j I N.J. M.iuul.c. aid Jk; Co lloliuken fa.lr.l j N J Piolrrli.n &. LullibalJ ll Jtiey t'py laile.l Orange Bank Or jnge PsterMin Bank l'ateisoii fail. . I Peoples' Bank do J I'lliirrtoll Bunk Priurrlou par Salem Bunking Co Salem par Stale Bunk Newark i State Bunk Llbahc'.hlowu J State Bank Camden par Slate Batik of Morris Morn.tovvn ) Cilate Bank Trriiiou fnilr.1 Salem and Philad Munuf Co Salem failed Susses Bank Newton i Trenton Banking Co Trenton pur Union Bank Dover j Washington Banking Co. ilarkensark failed .1 nti LV noi)i:nri t. 1 111:. Wrwvn i.t,'nriilaro.. . Y.s.-pt. 15, 1813. Drar S.i I owe it to the nllltetrd to inform y. u that in .1 .unary lot I was ntta.lnd by a vetv vin In, I fold, uti-d by wo ki. g in the water, wl i.h Mtl'rd on my lungs. It v as a- rotnp niieil by a te r scvcie pa ii in mv breast and ,-iitc, and als i a ilis'ie--tt.g c.-liah. I had ii attriiilsi.ee a 1 the I rl medic .1 aid in i ur vilDge ; but afier exhiinsimg all their rkt I io no hv ol. ihry pronoiuite I my ili-en-e a t'nriKM.u riivt-irernii, an I tiny one and all Xiirt me up In ilie. Alter lion h p. rsu minn I gol he r.iii-eiit of mv p!istrt.io I i use the BttsiM of Wii.i ; bht pr- pared bv Dil Wistam. I pin- chaed of the Agent in our tliee one h.itlle, before usirg half if which I I rgan to gain slreng h. and it w s very evident my cough was much be lt-r and my symptoms n every way impr vine. I h ive w w iisi d three h.i'lh s, ami am restored la jirrfecl In nil fl. This re-tilt is hI lie owing l.t ihe u-e of Dlt WlSTAK'S BXLAM r WILD CHEIl- I.' V . 1 I li.L.. tbia nifllioit of vino v in I I.h ill I 4 ! f .un oi.ai niriU' In nay von the debt of crititnde i I owe vim. and put v that other- si i.i'a.ly afflicted ' mav kn w whete to npp'y tor te'ief. V. rv tmlv voi is, JAMES HU.E. Mil Palmi h Diuggil, undi r dale of Walrrville, I S.pt 21ih, lt:i. wtitrs; i The tat me.i! yiven y, u by r. J uni SaBp well known to lie Hue ly t'.is n-imie eoiniiiU'lilu i crtdidy was a tiio-t iriuatka le cure. The sale of ihe llal i.oi i very un nl, an. I i s success in cures liu'y llsttriiog. Youis reso rtfu'lv. 1. D. PALME It. tin: most i.kmai.kaiim-: (t-im-: F.vr.i! iuxoiidki). CaiitrrlPN p:u ?lfiir, or Tonic .Mi li iimriif ;i, For the cure of oil It I'ou aff,eiionn, if token ae curtin tti itirtrtiiinn. It is a never b.llu.g leine.ly which II" ft. mi y i.ttuht I i be without, especially in hov marl y rout tries, A this medicine is put up under the proprie tor's immediate inspection on the most wieo'ili. i.iioc iib s. beng Por.lv Vt gelnb'e, and having tried its ili'.racy mi ll.oil-iiinl-, f.r upwards of 'i . bis, and to his knowledge when lakeu htrietly ac cording to dneciioiis, there h is not Uen i ne fa hire. I I, del such circoin laorr I recommend 11 to ihe public, adding a reriifican in support of my a-n-lion. I, John Burn-, do rrtlifv that I was in the ship Tnb .cro Plant of Plnl .drl, I i... Cap!. Ite.il, in June, bound to Liverpool ; look ihe fever and actio un.l la d in i .1 vrrj o..l Mime I'm" und. i ihe doctor's bands, wi tit l.tioi tl ere to Baltimore, lay in the InliruiHry lor lout or five w r. ks from thence to Philadelphia; sis month under Dr. Coals ; fiom thence to New Yrk w.nt to tl e Hospital, irmutiied 'lor.- uhrut f .ur ck without any relief tiled every thing without uv brio lit. for five years. Hearing of t'antrell'a Ague Mix tiiief oin a fnei.d, I went to his tore, told him h w I was afll.rled, and got a bottle of his niiilurr i.i. i) used it according lo ibr. etions. It made a per- lecl cute, and I have Hot had Ihe least return since. I do w ith confidence tetomnieiol it to the public. JOHN BL Ii.NS. r -tttla. ( hroiuc Cough Asth.na, ive. the pn rtterous cri-iifira'es in the piwsrs-ion of the sul scrt- ! her and his agents, from physicians and others, are sufficient lo roriv.nce the most skeptical of its su periority over all pieparstions of 8 irsapatilla. Sold whole-ale and retail, by the proprietor, C.Ell!(iE W. OAKLEY, Notlh ..th stre.t. lira- ling. Beiks County, and to hn bad of the following pet sons : In Northumberland Count'. II. B. Mass-r, Simhiiry ; I eland cV Mtxel, McEvvrusville ; D Kraii-. r. Milton. In I'ii ion Count i. .1. Orarhart, Selite grove fluti lius, MifTliiibu'g. In Columbia Cvunty. K. NV. MrCsy, Wash ington. It. ailing. March 11. . V,. OAKtltr: t believe il the uty of every one to do whatever in their power I te-, for the h nr. lilofth.tr fellow mv, Bttd h iving had p -i ive prool in n.v ow n family, nf the vo,d. if,il pmperttrs of your Depnritivo Syrnji of Sa.np.rilh, I m st CotM. icnliou-lv recommend it lo ihe alllo ted. e hi. I Ihe ini-f.itiilie to ,we two of our ch I hen, bv the br. akrng out of uleer.iiis s. res tha: coveted th. face, bead and reck, although we h id some ol tl.r ni. st rrientilir physicians to ntiei.d lip in and in. I tried all llie known Iru.edies, including Swaim's Panne, a, wilhmit nv ail. Ano'hcr nl my t hddn li was attacked in ihe snme in n.i.rr, l.rr face ui d link wa- run p'elrly covered; the ibs'haige was so offensive, and the disease a! null a he gilt, that we dt sp ur- d of her I fe. Seeing the won. I. rtnl el, eels of voiir 1 'epurative Sjinp rd S. is .pari It, we wen in. hii i d In make tiia' ol il. as the last i s rt ; it ac rd like a chu'iin ; Ihe u errs roniinrnrrd h. aln g ilnineihairiy. a f. w bottles riilitelv rr-t.or.U'i. r lo b.r l.eihh, which sie lo. ei j.. i d i.innleriU tediy iversiioe. A a puiificr ol the b!i..d, I vrnly In - , In v tr it h is Hot its eipial .InllN MtiYF.R. Tailor, Walnut street, near Fourth, Kea ling. t Doiigl.-sviMe, April 19th, H:l. Ma. OAKr.tr: My .mi Edmund Leaf, ha I the . scrofi.lt in the most diriid 'nl im.l di-trm-ing man- i.er for thr'C vears, during whrh time he wis dt pnved of the use of his limbs, hi- ,e tl and i.rck vvrte covi red with ulcers. We Iri. .1 nil lie dill', r. . nt n no di. s, but to no . fl'. it, until reeomuu tided I'V Dr. J..hnoiiof N'oriirtowo. and td-o Dr. Isaac Hie-tn, of Heading, to use your Deptnative Sy.np ol Sarsapiirilla, of w hit h I obtained seventl bottles, ihe u-e of which d'ove the di?ea-e cniin ly out ol In system, Ihe sore healed up, ami Ihe child was rrsl.itrd lo peilecl health, winch he has enj ved nninter upledly ev. r sii.ee, to the a-l. iiishni. nt of many persona who seen him tlu it g his tillLctioii. I tiave thotithl it mv duty, nnd send v .n Ibis certi ficate thai oil e'S who have a I ke rtYlinion in the fatt ilv may know where to obtain so valuable a in. ili inc. Yours liulv. AMELIA D. LEAF. Sept. Ifi, tf l:l ly .llcrchmitM. 'PHH is to -- w ith Tetrei To Con ii Iry UvlOtS niul DI('dl('af'l Syi iinirsartiiiai llla Phdi h Iphia, April 10th, ls-tt. Mr. Jon v. A. 1'aitiiu.i . Deur Sir, Having I e. n afflicted for upwards of ! Iwo vears w.lh ulceration ot the ihtoat, de-lroyp g ihe wholeef die soft p.late, ihen ilnotigh Ibe upper part . f mv moiilli into mv ro.se, Irmn wdtic't s..vrr- id pieces of hot e rsme out, winch panial'y desttov nl mv speech, ibronvh a kind Providence mid v. air I ars .purl i, I am now te-tof. il Si(it? 1'nlHlCtS. LprjIlOI'll Taltn Loaf Hals. ('.. Y. fc L. It. TAYI.OK, I ut the S. n.cormr of Murki t and 1'iltlt St.t., OFFEIv for ,i r 1,11 .xtro-ne i.toiiiin lit of the . uhovr ar'n I. s, all of which day s. II til ut.us'ia'. ly low piice-, und paitirul.tly invite the attention of huvt ts vi-iliog the citv, to nil t samilintiou nf th.ir Mo.k. ti. W. A. L. B. TAVLOK. Philadelphia, May .:, lSl I. Vy I C ountt'i IHIciV ' DEATH BLOW, i rphe pul lie will please observe thai no Br.iiid.eih Pills tire geiniinc, uidrss the ho ha three h- J brls upon it. (the top, the side and the bottom). ! rsth ront.iiiling a f ic-siinile sianature ol my hand- . writing, thus B. BiiAinair.ru, M. D. l'be-r la. i hcl an- engraved on fieri, beautifully drsignrd, ; und done at anetpeuse of over f 2,00(1. Thrref.ue it will l" seen thHl ihe only thing nn e-sary to pr. 1 cure the mrdiciue in its purity, i to nbeie l.ve labels. Remember lite top, the side, and the bottom. The following respective persons ure duly until, ri ' zi d, and hold c iiTincATrs or agemcy For the sale of lii andreih'i Vegetable L'niverml Til!. Northumberland county ; Milton Markcy A t'h illihrilin. Sunburv H. B. M irser. M'Eweis-' vtlle lie! nd A Mem ll Northuiii' eilaml Win. lingtiished physiri.ius of this city, but with nit re reiving much benefit, and I despaired nf ever being cured. In the fall of ls:tO, the disea-e st the titnti U'il g very violent, I commenced using the me OS ol men!, (prepared by Vnughiin & Davis.) In a f. w applications the violent itching ci ased. the swelling at.ated, the . ruptioti began to disippear, and bebre I had used ajar the di-e.ise wa entirely c iied. ll has now In en marly a yrar ami a half siitre, and there is mil a ve-tige of the disease re maining, except the scars from the deep pits formed by the ili-ea-e. It is impossible for nie tc) drscrii e in a Cfrtificato the severity of the disease ind my sull'iring. but I wiil be pleisul lo give a fuller ac count t any prr-on war. tit g further satisfaction, who will c .11 on inc. At the tune I co i, mei.ee, I tisirin the I! 'se Ointment I would have given hiin- beds of iln'liiie to be rid of the disease. Since u- ti g it, I have recoinniriiili d ii to sevird persons, (ritiione ihrni titv nioihrr, w ho ha I the di.-ra-u bad ly i ll Let a.m.) wh i w. ro a I rnre.l bv it. .1 Wll'.S M'I(. ;i:LL. No. 1515. It.ee St. fJ"V 'l i e lione Oiiiltiient i pi. pared by E. II. 'aiihat., Si tt h I'ust roiin r of Third and Waco stir, ts, Phi'adi Iphia, aii.l mid on neenev in Snnhii iv. bv H. B. MAssElt, ' M ty I lib. l!l:t. A jrnt. ICove C.ji.MH'iiS, for T(v.fv4 A TliOOl' OF ITS ; 7 '(,',! (,''. 1'n 1 1 a n 1 1. run, May 57 th, I Sd!h certify ll at I was severely atl! ere. I etrer til the hands ami I- Ft tor ii.war la of forty Near; the disease w as attended generally witit mo i t t it. hirta and swell. tij. I t.ppi.ed to I iiiiinb. r of pht -if ns, anil us. d a gn at many appli cti ioiis with, ul i lie. tit. g a rt re. At. out a ur since, I appt i d tl e l'o.-e Oti.l.nent. which entirely -topprd the licit In:, and a fi vv appltc ili 'iis iniiio'di. ritrlycund the disc i-e, which there has "cen no r. ttirti of, tilihonah I l.d nevi r hren lid of it lit tiny time for foity veats. It I ( ' 1 1 A II I ) S A V A t . E, I'.livrnlh, hrh.w Spritre Sireit. fjf y The Itose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Y.tu. ban, S milt Fa.-t corner of Third and Bare Stria is, I'hlla.li Ij I. la, and s. Id on ajriiry tn Stiiihu IV by II. B. MASSER, " Mav Mill, l. Agent. IVir.DtCAI. A3fTHOBATIC?T Of t'u llOSi: OI.TMi:.T, for T'tlir. LTllU'!ill the supi rioritv of the prrpuiatioll over all ol'.i. r; is fi.lly cs ubli-hed, the pnpr't lors lake pi nsiiie in htying before the public tho followii g re.tiftea'e from a respectable physician, a graduate of tho University of IVnns, Iv.inia. Dr. Haiiiih, having found in Ibis .eiiinly that relief fir a tedious and di.-tign cable all'e. lion which ihe means vvithin the r ioge of his profession failed to allotJ, ! has not hetitntcd to give it his approbation, alth. iiig'.t j :he piejiuliees and inierrsla of thai profession ate i ppoM'd to secret Itemediiis. I PiiiLAMLruiA, Sept. 19, 18:lti. ', I was recently troubled with a tedious herpetic j erppiion, which covered tie irly one si !e of my fice, ' and evtriithd over the ear. Mr. Yauhan, proprn -1 lot nl' t It.- Ih.-e ( lintinei.t, ohscivnii my f t.-t, ii.i led on my laying bis ptrp iratt.m. i f which he h i.'i , di d n.e a jar. AlihoUuh in cotii'iioii w ith ihe mens . l ets nt my profession, I di.scoiintetriiire anil ili-an- t..ve ot llie t.iiti.i rous uostitiois pahiii.l upon l!t publicly i.tiot iim pr. tenders, 1 l.rl in jus.ii e bolt ,d lo en pi the lto.se I lintiin nt limn that c'a s of n.e tl .cities, ami to ptve it my a pr iba'.ion, us it entire ly .urn! the eruption, aitbougii it hid rrsistrd the u.-ud apphcuions. D.NL BAKill.M. D. (Jj- '1 ho Itose Oinltne. t is prepared by E I. Vat..h.iii, South East Coiner t t Tt.iid and line Stuvis, I'liiiade'phia, and sold on su:cv in Snu- : buiv, i v ii. u. masi:k. I May'Ulb, IS!. I. A;rnt. 'I M ... I . .,...1 run ot S men w..i much ' ror-yin. lenn-riow n a. v j. (Viiinty: New Berlin I'ogiriV W m nr.i.isYAiti Bk of Wilm &i Brand) wine W ilmington Bank of Delaware Wilmington Bank of Smyrna Hmyina Do branch Milloid Farmers' Ilk of State of Del Dovri Da branch Wilmington Do branch (ieoigrtown Do branch Newcastle Union Bank Wilmington (T Uudet 6's (JJ- On sll banks maikril thus ('J there ars ei ther ceunteifcit or alined ustes of lus vsr.ous ds nemintiions, ia ciiculsiiuu. par par par par par par par par to prtf. rl hejth,at.d tnv sight, impair, d, I as strong as when a bov. I tlionuht it a duty I o. d lo you and those simi larly sllei t. d, I i make it public. VoUt, It- spec Inllv, smuei. km:k, Corner of Tenth and C. a'e St t eel. U 11 Aimosn ki n. N. .1 , Apiil '-'II. 1811. On orahoul the I'dtl. day nf I htola't. Mil, I was taken wt h violent psin in ihe side near Ihe liver, win h roiiiitnii d (or about fiv, d), and w.s fol lo.ved by the breaking of an nor, or a's.c-, tn ward'v. h c'i rei.rv.'d th sin a tittle, ht.t ratt-r.l me to throw up a ureal on .utity of oirenive matter and als i much blood. II. nig grea'ly sl.ii.od.it this. 1 ni phe.t to a physician, but he Jtd he th ll ' t he could .1 . but I lb for n.e ef c- p' g ve m. . me ( t that sbr wa ..bbgrd ! he cuid'n ed to l d , I ra Meieiiru Pills, wh ch lu fused to lake, f. rling ing i f Cant ell' Mo ii atrd Syntp ,.f S. , parol ... . . ... . I . .. s. fl . . 1 r . a'lt-li.il H at they i t lil.l tto um i o goml ; many o- . or .mil .-coti u'ic c-vnip. I ir..ciiie i i.nti o. in ill. r r m diev were then procuird by loy wile slid fnci. d, t ut none did ire any good ai d the . is charge ol hb.o I and conup'i II st ill coi.l liu. tl V. rv fw .lav, and at last become so i fli'.si ve lb it I coiid kiiirirly On a. ha I w. also ei!rd with a vi ol. nt rough, which at limes rsu-.d me to rsise mm u mine hloo I than I hail done U'fore ami my till growing worse. disease continued in this way. until rehrusry, when ah hope of mv irCovety was given up, ami my ti.ed all thought I would die ot (i a L toPl so (.'.imi'MtTiiis, At this moment, when my hie wuiappurrn ly drawing m ar it. clo-e, I heard of Dlt. IsTAK'S BALSAM OF WILD CH ELRY, and got a bottle which at Litvtu mb IMMI.IHATILV ; and by ihe ur of only three h ides of this li. rd l ine, all my pains were removed my rough and rptliug of blood and cor ruption entirely stopped, and in a frw week my health was so far replied a to rnsble me lo work at my trade, (which it a carpet. ti r,) and up to this iiuid 1 have enjoyed good In alth. THOMAS COZENS. G io uc ot ( a Counts. N. J , s. Tcrsv nsl'y csine before me, the mUcriler, one ef I, Oihiil J 'list in, No. fi lie 'kb ss Street, tlo cer I fv Unit mv wile, Jane, was allltried for l i jeara Willi Itheiiundsin, and at la-l was i nlirelv di-a' lrd. which coinphlrlv reinovrd all brr pains and st.ll iirss from tier bud s; Iwo in. re hollies made a pi r fect cure, SI e is now al Ir to ti'tt ltd i brr It i.i-e-hold don. a as iisu.l. (.HIUL JO.N.-.IO.N. Philad. Iphia, Jan. 2Sd. IHU. Illoll It.-r. Selinsgrove f irorgit tiiinilitun. Mobile.; j burg Isaac Smith. Bcavi rrown laid Iliil h". ( Ail iin-burg Wm. J. M ay. M itllitirbliig MeltSt h 1 A- l!av. Ha tleton Dime! Long. Freeburg l .t". Mover. Lewi-biirg W alls A; l.rern. C.ilimihi i eot.iity : D .nville E. B. Brv ii..lt! ; A- I '.i lt..r.fl..i.. shi, ,, Si l tlenboos. I..-- 1 i nvissa C. (i. Biobts. Blootnsburg John K. j 8UT'W wi: he a eairiag.- always in attemLiiiee at Mover. J.irey Town Lrvi ILst I. "ashiiilou , . ., ...,,. ,,,,..,... ; .aa-einser to and from I the lloli-e, fire nf rharge. CHAIILES BOItKOWS. .1 t'nrir- of 'I'h 'fit and tor Slnits, WliilalAKSrCIlT, 7A, HIE snb.-cirl rr n -prctl'iillv ainioiiiK to the public, that he h is ot ennl a llolrl in ihe com modious bn.k huil.ling s.tiiitonri the corner of I liinl and Pine nlrrets, win rr he will he happy tn wait i p tl those who mav fivor him wit ( their company. The Eagle Hotel i la-ge nnd c .nveiii ei.t, and furnished in the le t modem st.le. It is pr.. tiled Willi a large intiiihcr of well air. I and r. ndoit ible le. ping apailuieols rooms, piivala pallors, Ac. Persons visiting illiamsport on bu rinesHi.i plea-tire, inav re.-t as-urrd that every ci rrtioii will le used to render their soj .inn at lit.) "Eagle Hot. I" ph.isii.t mid s'r. cable. HisTable will be supplied with the v.rv b. si the tnatkrt (' f..rd, and his Oh i with ihe cl oo a t wine and oilier li.ttirs ihargrs rrsonaMe. 'Ihe liajle llolrl posM'SKCs greater stlvaiiiBges in point of location than un otlot similar . fl jhli.-hinc nt in the boiungli, la ing situate in the hii-'ini ss p , it i f the low n. and will in a convenient di.-t line of the Omul H.iusa and Wphanisport and l'.liinra h'ad h'o.ol I), pot. Sutlicietit Siiihling provided, slid good and liusty it'll, rs ulwavs in apt lid in. e. Attentive, r. ou.inodutit g and hone I S'. rvants have I'rrn t tr lo cd, and uott.ii g left undone that will udd to ti c c.iit'iloil and at'Coiniiiodaiiou of his (rj Pe'criptive Pamphlets insy be bad of the ageul. (tiiatis.) J. W. FBI LINO, Sui'tnuy, Nov. 9, 1844. ly .tVeri. A S II IE Y V It O C A 1, WHOLESALE & DETAIL HAT : CA1 iMAMIFACTUltKUS, South F.att corntr of Market and Ath at., lUiladfllila, ATniEItE they always keep mi hand an eiten- .ive isaoitmriit of II A 'I'S ( CA PS of every description, gol up in Ihe best aud most approved si; le. i'rts ii drnrous of purchanna suia rior inii- ch s on the iiiimvI irasi nal le terms, will find il lo their advantage to call btfure making pnrchas elsewhere. Philadelphia, Oct. 6th, 1814. ly Bol l. Mtl'ay. Lime-ton. Baib-i f: M?Nn ch. Obseive liiat each Aceiil ha an Engrav, d ('.( tificale of Ag.-ni v, containing a lep'es' itlalion of Ur II u A A l U I. I ll s .Manuluclory at Mug ssing, ami upon which will also be seen eiact copies ol Ihe rwii' labels tu w uted upon Ihe ISruiidrilh PHI lioxeg. Philadelphia, office No. 8, Noith 8th slreet. It. BltANDKE'J'H, M. D June 24th, l1 city" rru n tkk " ai'cjtkix, AND rH.IV ATE SALES ROOMS, Nos. '29 ami 31 iortli Tli'inl Street, Near the City Hotel, PHILADELPHIA. CC. MACKEY, Auctioneer, lespectful'y in- ites tho attention of person desirous of pur chasing Furniture, to his eilensive Sides Booms, (Kith public snd Piivate,) for every description of Household Furniture, wh.re can be obtained at a limes, a large assortment of fashionable and well manufactured Cabinet Furniture, Beds, Mallrasses, &c, st very reduced prices, for cih. 03-" Sales by Auction, tw ice a week. Msy STth, 1843. ly May I tth, IS 12. tf .Tliiliai'l YYtaTei V oii, ROrC 1MAUEKS ck SUIT CXIANDLEQS. A. IJ Xirth Water Street. Philadelphia. nAV E coiiaiai.lly on band, s genrral assort ment of Cordage, Seine Twines, vVc, vii: i ai d Itopes, Fishing Hopes, White Itoiies, Manil la Koprs, low Line for Canal Boat. Also, a complete assortment of Seine Twine, Ac, such ss Hemp Shad ami Herring Tw ine, Beat Patent tSill Net Twine, Cotton Shad and ller.iug Twit e, Shoe Threads, Vr. Ac. Also, Bed Cords, t'lough Lines, Duller, Traces, Cotton and Linen Crie Chains, t. all of which they w ill dispose of on riiasonable trims. Philadelphia, November 13, 144?. ly. ""KiM':uixG7fiooirAi Co. No. 13S Market Slrcct, Philailelphia. INVITE the attention nf Countty Merclunt to their eilensive assvirttnent of Britoh French ai.d American Dry (iooil, which they oll'rr lor sale on the mot reasonable terms. Philadelphia, NovemUr 13, 1842, ly.