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From Morrii'i National Press. ......u.,.-. vialoqvks or Olympic. V ; ;: BKTWS Tll OOPDRfSES .iw "" ""' COLUMBIA AND BRITTAfClA.? .-. -', , -nrittnniti titling tolut m a grove of fint let oiW si fountain. . . . "' Vrilt wonder what keepe Monsieur Gui ; so long. . lie should have bien here before ' tiii) time. I am afraid some accident lias hap , nied to tin) railroad cars. , Oli I hero lie comes, .Kinking like tho peia-Hiificalion of Justice. Muter Monsieur . Guizot, puffing and bhnving wiih u great pair of tcultS On hit bilch.) ' Brit Aht Monsieur Guizot', I am plod you nre come,, ii nd have brought your scales w fth ..viiii. When did you leave Paris, and how is i. iy dear friend, lmis Philippe! --, 1 .Mmiriir C.Eh bien; Heave; vat yon -.111 I leave; eli bien; I did leave deday af t.'f ti "morrow. : . it. -The deuce you did. Then I suppose )u come by' anticipation. Hfansirt.tr G. No, inadame. I did eonie ft .you call! eh! Idid,conio in onogranda bal- ' Brit A very pleasant way of travelling, .Viiucieur, Rut I see you have broupht your M-ali'f to wih tlmt saucy young minx, Colum bia. I wonder w here the h;l)li! here she c.mies. What an overgrown monster ! If wo pive hnr burnt brandy, or soinetliinjy eke, t . Mint her growth, she'll turn ogress and col iia all up, one of these days. I do believe she ii. ia grown a foot since yesterday. . M-msiiur G. Pardicu I Ho be one she gi i;:l pure enough. 1 am much f'carslio will keep my Uulunce d'e Tower all into von piece. Drjl, How shall wo get tho grat over i i own creature into your scales. We nnmt ' v lo put li'-r into good humor ! for as for lor i i.ijt her, that is out of the question. Monsieur G. Eh ; hah ! bien ; I shall per r 't "(li her. I have brought the pranJa present 1 1 luhy clothes for irtarhsellc, eh 1 ' , Brit . Oil fie, monsieur. You know she's a v-iin? lady, and wont like the insinuation. Monsieur G. Vat you mean by insinivotion, W? ; Young lady no mind such badinage in ;' iris. ' ' 'Brit TIuh! Hush ! here eho is; Enter Ct'iimbia.) Ah ! my dear pupil, how do you do.' i'n rejoiced to feu you. Let mu introduce . '' uioieur Uuizot to yi;u ; just from Pans; a .i y old fiiend of mine; ever eitice the day be i : yobterilay. Aside.) (Cuitsict) What is he going to do i U tlmt .Teat pair of scales! Id he a grocer? ; li' e lo Eritlunia.) Brit. Why, my dear moppet, he wants to ..,'iw exactly ynnr weight, for he has been told ii -jtc the longest and heaviest person of your that ever was known in the world. You -i-t indulge him draree. He has a passion r v. eij?liing peoplp, and if ho finds any one o .'v.veight.he put them on a repimen until they . e brought to a ,roper size. This he oils es- ' lii-hing the Balance of Power. It is a Iiarm- foible?, and yuu must indulge him ; now out you! that's a good soul. Col. Indeed, I shall do no such thing. Do take nio for a jockey, Monsieur, that yon nit to know whether I come up to the proper u iMht 7 Monsieur G. No, mamsclle, no. Tie von ,i inde pulicy; vat you call ! etat ; yon grow ; M h;g ; you w eigh too much ; eh, bien I shall 1 ynu in de prande balance, and cut you off '.. von piede of fromoge; so come to do pro ': r balance, and weigh no more den your neigh- rs; eh j , ('!. And pray, Monsieur Guizot, what bti is it to yon, whether I grow too last, or v i'I'mi more than my rieighhoTs 7 J d hove you i niiuw, I'll grow jut as last as I please; as ' -'X &! 1 pleatm; and weigh as much as I please I :'s none of your btisinwFP, I reckon. , Monsieur O. -Pardonnez, mamrelle ; you :-iytrue; 'tis none of my business; but my mi ticular friend, inaitre Jen Hull, he no like i.iij prow so big; he scared s and en he came i ) my master, His Majosty de King of de 1'iench ; and he say,My pooil friend, Monsieur liuizot, von muet weigh Marnsell Columbia in !i preat balance, and if mnmrelle be too heave; iviLt ; you mnpt cut off one ol de leg.' Col. Cut ofl"my leg ! Upon my word Moa s cur Guizot, I nui very much obliged to you. ' Monsieur G. Oh ! mamselle 1 Bowa to the .v rmtnd) de obligation all on my side. Is niam m lie ready! I'rcparrs the scale.) Brit.Vm al'ra'd there's a storm brewing, i lirre s a very devil in Iter eye. (Aside.) Monsieur G. I mamselle ready 1 ("of. Heady for what ! MoiuUur G. ltt the Balance of Power, i i-iintet'e. Pleaaa to step in. I assure you in'r is no narni meant j none in de world. t.ni. wny you inipimeui varlet. uo you r iT!e here to treat me as a proeer would his i. n n nd sugar, or a farmer hit pig Sfansicvr G. -Only da Bulaoce of Power, n -i;iipi He. Jivtcing.) . tk.. Do you think I'll allow you to cut off t'li'M-tiuy lep, if I outweigh such a weasel- t' ced pedagouge as you ! Mnnsicur G. But de Palance of Power, t:uir.telle. uicig) Brit- I see thu'll never consent by fair r : . i i a ; but I'm resolved khe vhall be weighed, l tueie s an onu tit it, monrieur I Monsieur C F.h bieul lirillunia ivhinvert him. 77cv tatch Columbia the arm, uad tJten.pt to force her into the traits. !ic iurtit from I urn, and, seizing them tuth, placet ene in each scale, and hangs it to a A' umo vj one HJ the treet.) Col. There, good folks; only see how nice 1 iho scale is jun-ed. " Aint I acapital hand at bli.hing a I5aLince "f Power T 1U! ha! i. ! Pushes the scales tip and dovn alternate' .f, and sings,) . 'Ili-re we go op, up, up, AnJ here we go iiown,down, down, O ; llera we go backward and forward, And w go rpond, round, O!'' ;n d day, Monsieur Guizot, my ' compliments : i liia Mai.'B'y the Kirp of the French, and ,w hh to tell hun my weight exactly. EjcU, i,;uihing.) .' Brit. Monsieur Guizot Monsicttr -Lb bieti? ;;n. We've etUUichcd the new 'Balance ..i Power. . . Monsieur O. E car, be vna deiu alf-ore , ', - ail gator and a leetle bit ot the de snap- . mg turtle, lie make von lyuanca ot de I ow if, via von cein vengeance. ( actna cloaa j.au .ui j.l. DANK NOTE LIiT. ; v I'ExWSlXTAWIA. - Tlie f .llnwlng lint ahows the current value of all ?enn)'Uania lUnk Notra. The moot Implicit ro fiance mny ) placed upon It,. e it U every toeeh iarrfully crirripired With ai d Corrected fiom Dick nell'a Ri pnfier. ' ' ' , IlanliS In Fhllarfeiphla. ' K i t Diso. i Philati. pur . .par par par . . par i par par . P" par pm r ' NOTES AT PAR. Bank .of North America , k , Bank of the Northern I.iliertlet .. -Commercial Bank of Penn'a. . . , Farmers' and MerhanicsDank , (fensietrion. FJiiok ' .. ' . L . I'hiln.hlphin lnllk . SchoylkilJ Dank ' . . S.nitliwark Hunk . . . Wcuicrn Honk . Mprtiaiiirn' Dank' . Maiiufuclun-r' & Mechanic' Piiuk Country Hnnhn. Rank of rheter County Westchester par Bunk of IVUwnre County .ikCfrrmniitown Bank of Mmilnomffry Co. Doyh-atown Hunk, HurIoii Uniik Farmcm' Hank' of Burks co, Office of Bunk of Terin'a. Office do do OiTii-e do do OiTice dd do Cheater Oermanlown Nnrristotvn Doyliwtown Paston Bristol par par par par par par Harrihur" Thee I.anenater I offices Reading j do not EaKtnn Jistucn. NOTES AT DISCOUNT. Rank of tho Uniled Stnte Philadelphia 30 far par par psr i 11 Rank of IVnn Townhij Girard Bank Movamciwing Bnnk Bank of !'ciiutvania Miners' Bank of Pottvi!lc Bank of I.ewUiown Hank of ATiddlntown Bank of NurthuinhcihnJ Potisville Lcwirtown Middletown jl Northumberland par Columhia Dank &. Bridge co.'Oolumbia par i I par pir pat i i i n M Carlisle Bank Carlisle Exchange Bank Pittnburg Do d branch of Hollidaysburg Farmers Bank of Lancaster Lancieloi Lancaster County Bank Lancaster Farmers' Bunk' of Heading Heading Harrixburg Bank Harrixburg Lanc.ia'.cr Bank Lancaster Lebanon Bank I-lvanim Merchant' At Manuf. Bank Piitshurg Bunk of Pittsburg Pittubuig West Bianeh B.uik Wllliamsport Wyoming Bank . Wilkeibane Northampton Bank Allcnlown Berk County Bank Heading Ollire of Bank of U. 8. Pittsburg failed do Do do . . do Erie Do do do New Brighton do Kensington Sav. Ins. A ' do Penn 'J'ownhip Sav. In. ' do Bank of Chamtierthurg . Chambersburg Bank ot'tJettysburg (lettysburg j Bnnk of Susquehanna Co. . Monlroce Ij Kne Bm. k brie I'1? Farmer Si DroTera' Bank - Wsynesburg ii Franklin Bank Washington U tloriesdi.lo Bank Honesdale 1 Monnngnhela Bank of B. Brownsville i Vork Hank . York 21 N. B. 1 he notes of those banks on which we omit quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not nurcbaaed liy the I'lillatlelpl.ia lirokcrs, witn ins exception of those which-have a letter of reference. BROKEN BANKS. Philadelphia Sav. Ins. Philadelphia failed Philadelphia Loan Co. do failed Schuylkill Sav. In. do failed Manual Labor Bank (T. W; Dyott, prop.) failed Powanda Bank Towand Alleghany Bank of Pa. BedforJ Beaver Har.'ishurg Washington Bell, fonte Pittsbuig Pituhurg Fayelle co. (ireencastle Harmony no sale Bank of Beaver Bank of S alara closed closed Bank of Wsihington Centre Bank City Bank failed closed no sale failed failed Farmers' 5t nleiti Hank Farmers' & Mech'ca Bank Farmers' tc Meeh'cs' Bank failed no' sale Harmony Institute Huntingdon Bank Huntingdon no salo Lea itowa no sale Juniata Bank Lumbermen's Bank Warren DumUlT New Hope Milton Mcadtille Port ("arbon Carlisle Montiose Uniontnwn failed Northern Bank of Pa. no sale New Hone D I. Bridge Co. closed no kale Northumh'd Union Col. Bk. North Western Bonk of Pa. closed failed closed failed closed Office of Schuylkill Bank Pa. Asr. & Manuf. Bank Silver Lake Bank Union Bank of Pcnn'a. Westmoreland Bank (Sreenshurg Wilkcsharre Bridge Co. Wilkesharre no sale try- All notes purporting to I on any Pennsyl vania Bank not giveu in the above hVt, may bo set Jown as Iraud. SEW JEKSKT. Bank of New Biunswick Brunswick failed Belvideie Bank Belvidere 1 Durhngton to. Dank Medium par Commercial Bank ferlti Amiioy A uumlierland naiik. lirul-elon pnr Parmer' Bank Mount Dully pur Faroier and Mechanic Ilk Kahway i Farmer' and Mechanics' Ilk N. Buinick faile.1 Fanners' and Merrhauts' Bk Mid.llrt.iwn Pi. I Franklin Bank of N.J. Jersey Cily faihxl Hoboken Bkg &. Ii razing t o HoUoken failed lersey City Bank Jersey Cily failed Mechanics Uank I'attfra.tn Manufacturer' Bunk B. ll.'viile failed fuih-.l Morris County Bank Morrislnwn 4 Monmouth Bk of N.J. Freehold Mechanics' Bank Newark failed 4 par Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk Trenton Morris Canal and Bkg Cu Jersey City 1'ot.trtolca no salo Newark Bkg & Ins Co Newaik New Hoiie Del Bridge t o l-aml-erl. villa i failed N. J. Manufac. and Bkg l a Hoboken N J Protccton & Lombard bk Jertey City failed Orange Bank Orange Peterson Bank People' Bank Princeton Bunk Salem Banking Co State Bank Patvriniii failed 4 do Princeton Salem Newark Llirabelhtown t'ainilen Morristown Trenton Salem New ion Trenton Dover Hackensack par liar Slate Batik State Bank par State Bank of Morris Slate Bank failed failed Salem and Philad Manuf Co Sussex Bank ' Trenton Banking Co psr Lmon Bank Washington Banking Co. failed DELAiTARE. Bk of Wllm Si Brandy wine Wilmington Bank of Delaware Wilmington Bank of Smyrna Smyrna Do branch Milford Farmers' Bk of Stale of Del Dover Do . branch Wilmington Do branch Georgetown Do branch Newcastle Union Bank Wilmington rr Under 6'a par par par par par par par par ' CQ Ou all banks marked thus (M there are ei, tner counterfeit or altered notes of the various da- asuunaiieos, ia eiitvJsiioo, XXQRR'S HOTEL, iiAnnisnuno, pa. IBEQ l.'are to Inform the public that t have Philadelphia, and am nnw located in Harris burs;, the seal of the Etccotive and State Oovern ment of Pennsylvania, wbere t now occupy the spicioivs Hotel, recently kept by Mr. Matthew Wilnn. . This spacious building, having been purptmely planned and erec ted for a Hotel of the first class, is not surpaMed if squatted, hy any similar estab lishment in Pennsylvania I and having undergone a thorough renovation, the parlors, rooms and chambers art now fitted up in a style that com bines elegance with comfort and convenience. My TABLE is pledged to be supplied with the best fare the Markets Can produce i the chnrges al the simn time being as moderate as any of the best reguUted antal liahments elsewhere. In short, no eteitions shall be pnred on my pirt, or on the part of every member of my household, to make il what it should be, in the Crtpilul if one of the most pop Dlmn and interesting, Biatoj of the Union. With thrso proniiara, accommodations and faci lilies, and the fact that the Hotel ia most eligiUJf situated, I w'nh confidence, most respectfully soli cit the patronage of lh Public. DANIEL' HERR, I.ote of llerr's Hotel, Chetnut at., Philad. Hatri-burp, Nv. 22, 1H45. pol'utki:n sraiunfiic sivticicK. IBnissrtt'a VaaMirroa a certain cure for worm safe and very pleasant to takn. 5. (Jinao's Extracts, which remove Grease of all kinds, Dry Pa nts, Tar, Varnish and Wax, from earpeta or from clothing, without injuring the color or the cloth. 3. Loano Flt Paper the lcst thing known for killing flies and muquitoes. 4. A certain Destroyer of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Ants, and another of Bed Bujs. 6. (Scsn'a Specific for sour stomach. Heart Burn and Water Brash, by one who bad suflVred thirteen ysirs, before he discovered the cure.' ' Da. Stcvcn's Grxkx Oixtmext for the Piles. Il has never failed to cure. 7. IlARatMi'a Tsttir Wash. 8. Bremoru's lanBLiBLX Irk, without a rival, 9. The CoMrocsn Covrr.CTiow o Fios just the medicine for children and for women, it is so plessant lo take. 10. Buck's Vcoetabl Astibiiioc Pill. 11. Uusr's Eiollixrt Watir-vroov Paste. f.r Harness, Boots, &x. It softens the leather, and keen out the water. 2. rooa Mar a STimTHtiil I'lastrr. 3. JaCKSOS' DlARRROtA MlXTCRC, Which cures the worst Diarrhrca in a few hour. I I Jackkor's Dtsertart Mixtcrs, a cer tain and'speidy cure for Dyienteiy and Summer Lomnl.iint. 1 he atiove valuahle article are sold wholesale and retail, by L. C. GUNN, Aii. 1 Smith Fifth street, Philadelphia where Storekeepers snd o- there will be suprt led with pure Alncsn (yenne Pi pper, Arnica Flowei, Drugs, Psints.Oils, Glass snd V'srnishes. al the lowest prices. Terms only cash, cry Cut out the advertisement, and bring il with you. riiilidelphia. July 19th. 1815. IV. BELIEVE AND LIVE. THOMSON'S Compound Syrup of Tar & Wood Aapfua. FlflE unprecedented success of this medicine, in JL the restoration nf health, to those who, in des pair, had ptven up all hopes. ha given it en exal ted reputation atove all ether remedies, furnishing evidence of its intrinsic value and power, as the on ly sgeot which can be relied op n for the cure ol Pulmonary Consumption, Broiicltillis, Asthma, Pain in the side and Breast, Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, Croup, Scc, Attention is lequesie.l to the following An l u.. ISHING CUKE, by Thomson' Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha I ! Philadelphia, May 3d, 18H. MR. THOMSON Dear Sir Wiih Rraleful feeling I inform you of the astonishing eflicta of your me.Hcine, which has literally tai l me from s death-lied I aiy diseae, 1'ulmonary uonaump. tion, had reduced me so low that my physician pro. no:inced my case hopeless ! At this junction I be gan to u-eynur medicine, and miraculous ss it msy seem, it ha completely restored me to health, after tvrrylbing cUe bad failed. Respectfully your. .WAMIl.XUIU.tl MAl.1V. Cbailotle street, above George street. The undersigned. King personally acquainted with Washington M-uk and his sulleringv bear witness lo the a-toi.Uhiiig rfTecta of Thomson's Compound yrup of Tar, and the (ruth of the bove statemenl. JOS. WIN.NER. 319 North Third street, DAVID VICKERS. 43 Almond street. HUBH M 'GIN LEY, S. E. corner Tsmany snd Fourth street. Prepared only by S. P. Thomson, N. E. corner of 5th and Spruce treet, Philadc'phia. Agent. H. B. Maser, Sunhury U. Gross, and Dr. Maepheison, Ha:riburg Jno. G. Brown, Pi.ttsvi'le ; Geo. Ert, He ;ding ; Houston A M on, I owsn.ta. iiraiworo county, i a. i rice ou cents ptt hot 1. or f!i prt doxen. fjQT tsevare vj all tmilaiion. Philadelphia, June 28lh, 1845. ly 1IEL1 THE scginncrs. fllHE subscribers would respectfully Inform the L Citizens of Sunbury snd ihe public generally. thai they have purch ased ihe shop of Mr. illiam llve, m Msrket street, ore dojr watt of the I'ost Office, where tbey will continue the in all il br.iiicbe. The public may expect their work done in the I a-est Myle. They hope, by strict attention to buma', tu tneiit a share of public i patronage, . . try Uoilma made to o-der on ihe shortest notice and country produce tuken in exchange for work WM. YOIJMiHAN (c II. C. MAKT1IX. Snuhury, Mav I7ih. 1945. ly. stun & not; a i WUOLZiSilXXl &. CETAIX i HAT & CAP MANUFACTUR US, i South Last corner of Market and 4th its, Philadelphia, i WHERE they alway keep on hand an exten aive assortment of HATS If CA PS of every description, got op in the beat and most approved sti le. reisons derirous el purchasing superior arti cles on Ihe most ressoasl.le term, will find it to their advantage to call before maklug purchases elsewhere. Philadelphia, Oet. 6th, 1844. ly "irLAX M:I:I- The highest price will he IP given for t lax Seed, at the atore of Aug 9. 1845 HENRY MA8SER. IT lill K. of a superior quality, can now be had U iattae Lime Kilns ol llenry iaser,in sun 4 bury. Msy 17. 1846. T)AR IRON Just leceived and for esle, cheap for cash, bv HENK MASajSH. Sunbury, Sept. SO, 1146, OAKLEYS DRPURATITE SYRUP. THE valuable properties of Oakley's Depurai tWe Syrup of Sarssparills, as a purifier of the ninou, is so well known to the public generally, that it is unnecessary to occupy much space in set ting forth the advantages to be derived from its use wherever the medicine hss once been intro duced, it takes precedence over all othera t evety one that has taken II, have derived so signal bene ficial results from it, that it is recommended by them with the U'mnet eonfidence. Physicians of the highest standing in the profession, prescribe it lo patients tinder their care containing nothing deleterious, but being composed of the most mild, yet cfTieacious vegetable material, it is ofT.;red with confidence, as ihe cheapest and mnt efficient pu rifier of the blood now known. The use of a few bottlee, especially in the spring montha, will be at tended with a mnt decided improvement in the ge neral strength of the system, eradicating any seed of disesse that may have been generated, besides giving health and vigor to the body. For the cure of Scrofula or Kings Evil, Rheumatism, Tetter, Pimptes or etuptiun of the Skin, White Swelling, Fistula, Chronic Cough Asthma, &c. The nu merous certificates in ihe possession of the subscri ber and his sgenls, from physicians and others, are sufficient to convince the most skeptical of its su periority over all preparations of Sarsnpsrills. Sold wholesale and retail, by Ihe proprietor, GEORGE W. OAKLEY, North 6th street. Rea ding, Berks Coenty, and lo 1st bd of the following perrons t In Northumberland County. II. B. ?tarrj Punbury; Ireland c Mixel, McEwensville D Krauser, Milton. In Union Cmtnty. J. Geerbart, Sclinsgroves A. Gutelitia, Mifllinburg. In Columbia County. It. W. McCay, Wash Ington. Reading, March 14, 1843. Ma. Oakiet: I believe it the uly of every one to do whhtever in their power I tes, for the b-ne. fit of their fellow jnan, and having had positive proof in my own family, of the wonderful properties of your Depurative Syrup of. Sarsapirilla, I cv st conscientiously recommend it to the afflicted. We bad the misfortune to lose two of our children, by the brraking out nf ulcerous sores thst covered the face, head snd reck, although we had soma nf the most scientific physicians to attend them and had tried all tho known remedies, including Swaim's Tanacea, without avail. Another of my children wa attacked in ihe same manner, ber face and neck was completely covered; the discharge was so offensive, and ihe disease at such a height, that we despaired of her life. Seeing the wonderful effects of your Depurative Syrup of Sarsspsrilla, we weie induced to make trial or It. a the last resort ; it scted like a charm; the ulcers commenced healing Immediately, a ftw bottles entirely restored her to her health, which ahe h enjoyed uninterruptedly ever since. Ass purifier of Ihe blood, I verily be lieve il baa not ila equal, JOHN MOYER, Tailor, Walnut street, near Fourth, Reading. Douglassville, April 10th, 1843. Mr. Oaklet: My son Edmund Leaf, had ihe scrofula in the most dreadful snd distressing man ner for three years, dunng which time he was de prived of the use of his limh, hi he id snd neck ware covered with ulcers. We tried all the differ. ent remedies, hut lo no effect, until recommended y Dr. Johnson of Nonistown, snd aUo Dr. Isaac Hiester, nf Reading, to use your Depurative Syrup of Sarssparills, of which I obtained several bottles. the use of which drove the disease entirelv out of his system, the sore healed up. snd the child was 1 . r . i t i , rrsHitru iu vneci iiraiin, wnicn oe na rnjoyeu uninterruptedly ever since, to the astonishment of many person who seen him during his affliction. I have thought it my duty, and send you this certi ficate that olhera who have a like affliction in Ihe family may know where to obtain so valuable a medicine. Yours truly. AMELIA D. LEAF. Sept. 16, 1843 ly To Country Merchants. Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Leghorn and l'alm Leaf Hats. G. AV. & L. K. TAYLOR, at the S. E. corner of Market and Fifth Sis., PHIlVflJDEX.PIIIA, OFFER for sale an extensive assortment of the above articles, all of which they sell st unusual ly low prices, and particulailv invite the attention of buyers visiting the citv, loan examination of their stock. U. W. A L. B. TAYLOR. Philadelphia, May 25, 1644. ly CITY FURNITURE AUCTION, AITS PRIVATE SALES ROOZCS, Nob. 20 and 31 North Third Street, Near the City Hotel, PHILADELPHIA. CC. MACKEY, Auctioneer, respectfully in vitea the attention of persons desirous of pur chasing Furniture, to his extensive Sales Room, (both public snd Private,) for every description of Household Furniture, where can I ohttined at all times, a large assortment of fashionable and well manufactured Cabinet Furniture, Beds, Msttrssses, &.C, at very reduced prices, for cash. QCj- ISules by Auction, twice a ween. Msy 27th. 1843. ly Counterlcltcn' DEATH BLOW. The puMic will please observe that no Brand. eth Pills are genuine, unless the box has three la bels upon it, (the top, the si.le and the bottom) each containing a fjc-aituilc signature of my "hand writing, thus B. BanBETM, M. D. 1 bene la. bel- aie engraved on steel, lautifully designed, and done at an expense of over f 2.000. Therefore it will be seen that ihe only thing necessary lo pro cure tbe medicine in its purily, is to observe these lalicla. Remember the top, the side, and the bottom. The fallowing respective persons are duly authori sed, and hnt.l ! CERTIFICATES OP AGENCY For the aale of Brandreih's Vegetable Universal PUIs. Northumberland count v i Milton Mackey & Charoheilin. Sunbury H. B. Masser. M'Eweue ville Iieland dr. Meixell. Nurthumheiland Win. Forsyth. Georgetown J. de J. Walla. Union County t New Berlin Bogar & Win ter. Selinsgrove George Gundrum. Middle burg Iaae Smith. Beavertown David Hubler. Adamaburg Wm, J.May. MifHinaboig Meoach tc Ray. Hartleton Daniel Long. Freeburg Q. & F. C. Moyer. Lewi.burg Wall & Green. Columbia county t Danville E. B. Reynold dt Co. Berwick Shuman Sc Rittenhouae. Cat- tawissa C. G. Brobts. Blooinsburg John R. Moyer. Jeisey Town Levi Bisel. Washington Robt. McCsy. Lime.tone Balb't & McNlncb. Observe that each Agent has an Engraved Cer tificate of Agency, containing representation of Ot BRANDRETH'S Manufactory at Sing Sing, and upon which will also be seen exact copies of ihe ntw labels neav used upon the Brandrelh I'll! Boxes. Philadelphia, office No. 8, North 8th street. D. BRANDRETH.M.D. Jane litb, It43, ROSE OIIJTr.l ENT .T , FOIl TETTER RINOWORMa, PIMPtKfl ON THI FACE, AND OTIIEJt CtlTANEOl'll ERUPTIONS. s ' try- Tlit follnuiineeertificaitdeteribesontoflht host extraordinary cures ever effected by any application, . . . rHTLAnEirim, February in, ibhh. 17 OR twenty yea re I was severely afflicted with , Tetter on the Face and Head : the disease commenced when I was seventeen years old, and continued nntil the Fall of .1836, vsrying in vio lence, but without ever disappearing. During most of the time, great pari of my face waa covered with the eruption, frequently attended with violent itch ing ; my head swelled at times until it felt aa if it would burst the swelling was so great, that I could scarcely get my hat on. During the long period that I wa afflicted with Ihe disease, I used a great many a plication, (among them several celobrated preparations) as well a taking inward remedies, including a number of Kittle of Swaim's Panacea, Extract of Sartaparilla, Arr In fact, it would be impossible to enumerate all the medicine I used. 1 waa also under the care of two of the moat dis tinguished physicians of this cily, but without re ceiving much benefit, snd I despaired of ever being cured. In the full of 163H, the disease at the time being very violent, I commenced using tho JJose Ointment, (prepared by Vaughan ck Davis. In a few applications the violent itching ceased, the swelling abated, the eruption began to disappear, and before I had used ajar the disease wss entirely cured. It hae now been nearly a year and a half since, and there is not a vestige or the disease re maining, except the sears from the deep pit formed by the disease. It is impossible for me to describe, in a certificate the severity of the disease and my suffering, but I will be pleased to give a fuller ac connt to any person wanting further satiafsction, who will call on me.. At the lime I commencej using the Rose Ointment I would have given hun dreds of dollar to be rid of the disease. Since u sing it, I have recommended it to several persona, (among them my mother, who had ihe disease bad ly on her arm,) who were all cured bv it. JAMES DURNELI. No. 15S, Race St. rry The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Yauihan, 8ouih Eaat corner of Third and Race streita, Philadelphia, and sold on agenev in Sunbu ry. U H. B. MASSER, May 14tft. 1843. Afent. Itose Ointment, for Tetter. A I'RUOF OF ITS EFFICACY. PniLAnatrniA, May 27lb, 1839. rPHIS is to certify that I wss severely sfflieted with Tetter in the hands snd feet for upwards of lorty years ; the disesse was attended generally with violent itching and swelling. I applied to a number of physicians, and used a great many appli cations without ellecting a cure. About a year since, I applied the Rose Ointment, which entirely stopped the itching, snd a few application immedi ately cured the disease, which there baa been no return of, although I bad rover been rid of it at any lime for forty years. RICHARD SAVAt.E, ' Weventh, below Spruce Street, (gj The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Vauihan, South East corner of Third and Race Streets, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sunbu ry. by . H. B. MASSER, May 14th, 1843. . , Agent. MEDXCAZs APPROBATION Of the ROSE OlMTMENT, for Teller. ALTHOUGH the superiority' of the preparation over all others is fully established, the proprie tors lake pleasure in laying before the public the following certificate from a respectable physician, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Baugb, having found in this remedy thai relief f r a tedious and disagreeable affection which ihe means within the rsnge of his profession failed to afford, has not hesitated to give it his approbation, although the prejudices and interest of that profession ate opposed to aecret Kemedies. Philadelphia, Sept. 19, 1836. I was recently troubled with a tedious herpetic eruption, which covered nearly one sl!e of my f .ce, and extended over the ear. Mr. Vaughan, proprie tor of the Rose Ointment, observing my face, uiin led on my trying his preparation, of which he han ded me a jar. Although in.common with the mom- bers of my profession, I discountenance and disap prove of the numerous nostrum palmed upon the public by ignoiant pretenders, I feel in justice bound to except the Roae Ointment from that cla of me dicines, and to give it my approbation, aa it entire ly cured tbe eruption, although it had resisted the usual applications. DAISL. BACGH, M. D. try- The Rose Ointment is prepared by 12. B Vaughan, South East corner of Third ai d Race Streets, Philadelphia, and sold on sgency in Sun bury, by H. B. MASSER,. May 14th, 1843. Agent EAGLE lar1 jei til Corner of Third and Vine Streets, WZLIiXAlttSPORT, PA. riHE subscriber respectfully annpuncea to the X public, that he hss opened a Hotel in the com modious brick building siluata on the corner of 1 bird andaPine streets, where he will be happy to wait npon those who may favor him with ihei company. The Eagle Hotel ia large and convent ent, and furnished in the best modern style. It i provided, with a large number of well aired and comfortable sleeping epartment, rooms, -private parlors, &c Fersons visiting Wllliamsport on bu sinesa or pleasure, mav rest aa-ured that every ex ertion will be need to render their aojourn at the "Egle Hotel" pleasant and agreeable. His Table will be supplied with the very best the market af fords, and hia bar with ihe choicest winea and other liquors charges reasonable. The Eagle Hotel possesses greater -advantages in point of location than any other aimilar establishment in ihe borough, being situate in the business part of the town, and within a convenient dislsnce of the Court House and Wllliamsport and Elmira Rail Road Depot. Sufficient Stabling providedand good anj trusty ostlers alway a in attendance. Attentive, accommodating and honet Servants have been employed, and nothing left undone that will add to tbe comfort and accommodation of hia guests. There will be a carriage always in attendance al the Boat Landing to convey passengers to and from tbe House, free of charge. CHARLES BORROWS. Msy 14th. 1848. tf Michael Weaver & Son, DOPE MAKERS & SHIP CUANSLERS. Ao. 1 3 north Water Street, Philadelphia. 1TVAVE constantly on hand, a general aaaort Jl tnent of Cordage, Seine Twines, &c vis t Tard Ropes, Fishing Ropes, While Ropes, Manil la Ropes, Tow Lines for Canal Boats. Also, a complete assortment of Seine Twines, Ac, auch as Hemp Shad and Herring Twine, Best Patent GUI Net Twine, Cotton 8had and Herring Twine, Shoe Threads, dee. See. Also, Bed Cords, Plough Lines, Halters, Traces, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chaina, Stc. all of which they will dispose of on reasonable teime. Philadelphia, November 1 3, IMS. ly WlRTNG, GOOD & CO. No. 138 Market Street, Philadelphia. INVITE the attention nf Country Merchants to their extensive assortment of British French and American Dry Goods, which they offer for eals on the meat reasonable term. Philadelphia, November II, 184t.ly. TO. HBXLICAtT & CO., Commission & Forwarding Merchants, Fool of Willow Street Rail Road, I OH TSJl nEtAWIEE. HAVING eesocisled with them Joseph Barnet, late of Easton, Pa., respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they have ta ken that Urge and well known atore and wharf at foot of Willow Street Railroad, lately occople by Jacob Martin, where they purpose doing General Commission and Forwarding Buaineas, and from the local advantage of the place being connected with all ihe public improvements that have their outlet in the city, they flatter themselves they will be able to do business to aa great, if not greater ad vantage, and upon as reasonable terms aa any other house, and they assure their friends that any corf siguments made to them shsll have their strict at tention, and no exeitions spared to give entire satis- ' faction. - - They sre alao prepared to receive and forward goods lo any point on the Delaware and !ehigh livers, between Mauch Chunk, Easton and Phila delphia, via Delaware Division and Lehigh Canal; also, to any point on ihe Juniata river, or North and West Branches of the Susquehanna via Schuyl kill and Union, or the Chesapeake and Tide Water Canals. For the accommodation of Boats coming or go ing via Schuylkill and Union Canals, Steamboat wilt be kept expressly for towing boata from the Schuylkill around to the Delaware and back, which will enable merchants to have their produce deli vered on the Delaware, and their goods shipped at saving of 60 to 75 per cent, on the prices for hauling across, with these advantagea they re spectfully solicit a share of patronace. W. HEILMAN & CO. William Hellman, ) William W. Keyset, C Joseph Barnet. 3 Philad., May 14,1843. ly j. xfcA'ax and7jrTv co. ftnuli and lobacco Manufacturers, JYo. JJU Aort West corner of Race and Third Streets. PHILADELPHIA. THE undersigned have formed a Co-partnership under the firm of J. MAYLAND, Ja. & Co., as successors to the late firm of Jacob Maylond It l o and will cuilinue the business st the old esta blishment, on their own account. In addition to their own close attention and experience for many years, in the manufacture of their celebrated snufTs, &c., the long experience of the senior partner of the late firm, will alto lie devoted to the interest nf the new concern and ss no exertion and care will be spared to insure their goods, at all times of the ve ry best quality, they solicit a continuance of the confidence of the fiiends and customer of the late firm. THOM AS ADAMS, J. MAVLAND, Ja. Philadelphia, May 14th, 1843. ly To Count vy MERCHANTS. rPHE Subscriber, Agent of Lyon 6t Harris, Hat Manufacturers, for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore snd other large cities, whose . are highly commended for ifriorf tohr and durability. ss o.i hand a first rate aesortmrrt of HA I S and CAPS, suitable fur Spring sales, wh'rh will be Bold very low, for cash or appiovrd credit, at tbe nrfed cheap store, No. 40, North Third streM, opp isi'e the City Hotel, PbiUJelphia. ROBERT D. WILKINSON. Apent. N. B. Orders for Hats in the rou'h, promptly attended to. The highest i ric in taxh or trade given fjr Fur skins. Philadelphia, June 11, 1843. ly BOLTON & CO. General Commission Merchants, Fur the Siife of Flour, Grain, Seed, Jic, 4rc. I K. . J. O EkPECTFIjLLV inform their friends snd ihe Merchants generally, that they hsve ta- , ken those large nnd commodious Wbsrveg, with two Doks, north of Chesnut street, on the Delaware, together with' the store No, 19 South 'Wharves, where ihev would be pleased to receive consign ment of Grain, Flour, Seed, Whiskey, Iron, dec. &.c. Being also well prepared In forward all kinds of Merchandise by the Schuylkill and Union, or by the Chesapeake and Tide Water Canals, a low boats are kept exprcsly for the purpose of towing boat by either route. Merchants will please be particular to send their goods destined by either canals, to No. 19 South Wharves, between Market and Chesnut streets, on the Delaware, with directions accompanying thfin which route they wish them to be shipped. try- Planter and Suit for aale, at the lowest mar ket price. BOLTON & CO. March 19,1843. No. 19 South Wharves BIEMCIIANTS . HOUSE, No. S37, North Third, above C.ttowKiU St., PHILADELPHIA. "ffOHN DUNCAN, late from the Pennsylva sfp nia Farmer, snd Samuel Pike, jr, late of A m rirsn Hotel, Cotumhua, Ohio, lake pleasure in ac quainting their friends and tbe public generally lhat they have taken the large and commodious Holrl, lecently built by the Messrs. Halt, on tha asms site once occupied by the old established Hotel known aa the Bull's Head, in Third stieet above Callow hilt at. This Hotel I finished in the very best possible manner, and of the best materials. Its location is very desirable, particularly for country merchants the srrsngemenis for bealir.g and ventilating each room Is such as to secure sny temperature. The bedrooms are all light and airy, all furnished in a neat style, ao a to inure tomfoit. Tbe receiving parlors are also furiiisheJ in a su perb style, the wiodowe aie on the French style, forming an entrance . a balcony in front, which makes pleasant rece, Particulai attention baa been given to the beds and bedding, which, with the furniture, are entirely now. From years' experience in hotel business, we trust, by strict awiduity to business, to mske this house e desirable stepping place. Our table will Iwsys be supplied wiih the very best our market can afford, and our bar with tbe beat liquors and winea of the moat approved brao.ls. P. 8. There are first rate stabling and earris.gr bouse attached to the hotel, attended by carefa and sober hostlers, and our charges will be low, le accordance with the present hard times. Philadelphia, Oct. 7ib, 1843. g o "lue rrrswxN xt3txcririx7rn33iraaA ' No. 0U North Third, rnbov Arch Street, . PHILADELPHIA. ' ACCOMMODATIONS SOB SBVKNTT PERMM. CHARLES WEIS4, late of the "White Swan,' and "Mount Vernon House," respectfully in forms hi friends and customers, that be has become tbe proprietosaof (he above well known Hotel, Country Mei chants will find the above Hotel i central location, and the beat of fare. Persona Ira veiling wiih private conveyance will find a largi yard and good slabliog for horses, and the beat a. oatleia. Boarding 1 per day. May !4th,l84J. if.