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at 1 The Poor and the filch, TV JAMES RCSSKt. LOWKM,, The rich man's son inherits lands. And piles of brick, and stone and gold, And he inherits soft white hands, And tender flesh that fears the col J, Nor Hares to wear a garment old ; A heritage, it seems to me, One would not care to hold in fee. The rich man's son inherits cares, The bank may break, the factory burn, Some breath may burst his bubble share, And soft, white handi would scarcely earn A living that would suit his turn ; A herituge, it seems to me, One would not care to hold in fee. What does the poor man's son inherit ? Stout Muscles and a sinewy heart, A hardy frame, a hardier spirit? King of two hands, he does his part In every useful toil and art ; A heritage, it seems to me, A king might wish to hold in fee. What does the poor man's son inherit ? A patience learned by being poor, Courage, if sorrow come, to bear it; A fellow feeling that is sure To make the outcast bless his door ; A heritage, it seems to me, A king might wish to hold in fee. Oh, rich man's son, there is a toil Thut with all others level stands ; Large charity doth never soil, Bui only whitens soft white hands ; A heritage it seems to me, Worth being rich to hold in fee. Oh, poor man's son, scorn not thy state; There is worse weariness than thine, In merely being rich and great ; Work only makes the soul to shine, And makes rest fragrant and benign ; A heritage it seems to me, Worth being poor to hold in fee. Both heirs to some six feet of sod Are ecjual in the earth at last Both children of the same dear God, Prove title to your heirship vast By record of a well-filled past! A heritage, it seems to me, Well worth a life to hold in fee. The Beth, of the Nymphs. Returning health and peace of mind gave a new intercut to every thing- around me. I ejujhtto diversify my time by as many enjoy ments aa lay within my reach. Bathing in company with troops of girls formed one of my chiet amusements. We sometiti.ea enjoyed the recreation in a minature lake, into which tho central stream of tho valley expanded. This lovely sheet of water was almost circular in figure, and about three hundred yards across. Iih beauty was indescribable. All around its in nks waved luxurient masses of tropical foli '!n ; soaring high above which were to be seen, here and there, the symmetrical shaft of the cocoa-nut tree, surmounted by its tuft of graceful brunches, drooping in the air like so many os trich pinnies. The ease and grace with which the maidens of the valley propelled themselves tlirmich the water, and their familiarity with the clement, were truly astonishing. Some times they might be eecn gliding along just un der the surface, without apparently moving hand or foot ; then throwing themselves on their sides, they dart through the water, reveal m;' glimpses, of their forms, as, in the course (if their rapid progress, tbey shot for an instant partly into the air; atone moment they dived down deep, into the water, and the next they rose bounding to the surface. I remember upon one occasion plunging among a parcel of these water nymphs, sought to drag some of them un der water ; but I quickly repented my temeri ty. The amphibious young creatures swarned u bout me like a shoal of dolphins, and seizing hold of my devoted limbs, tumbled me about and ducked me under the surface until, from the strange noises which rang in my ears, and the supernatural visions dancing before my eyes, I bought I was in the land of spirits. 1 stood in Iri-d, as little chance among them as cum- '.rous whale attacked on all sides by a legion of - word fish. When at length they relinquish I their hold of me, they swam away in every direction, laugh, ng at my clumsy endeavors to reach them. Mt'xillc's Rcitidince in (he Mar- .uveas. Mechanic. It is a fault of the mechanic, if M! takes the place not assigned him by the overnment and iiiHtitutionsofhis country, lie :s of the lower orders, only when he isselfde railed by the ignorauco and coarse manners .vbicli are associated with manuel labours, in . iimtries where society is divided into castes; i d have therefore come to be considered insep- " tlile troin it. Uely upon it, it is not so, ift old barriers aro down, The time has come io n, 'being mechanics,' we may appear on 'la , ng days' as well as holidays, Without U. ;u of 'prol'cssiou.' Talent and worth are the "ly true grounds of distinction. To those the Mmighty has alliixed his everlasting patent of ''ility, and these it is which makes the bright i 'immortal names' to which our children iy aspire as well as all others. Hut we mut cure by our own ellbrts, the elevations which I accessible to all. WAM'OLE. The ladies of a Presbyterian church in Mo i , advertii-e a 'strawberry and cream party.' i the benefit of their religious society. This certainly an attractive oulice, tud shows the progress of good thirot, II A Mi MOTE LIST. IMSffNSYI.TAXI.4. The f dlowing li"l shows the current value of all Pennsylvania Umik Notes. The most implicit re liance may he placed upon it, as it is every wee k arefully compared with and corrected fiora Bick noil's Reporter. Hanks In Philadelphia. t Disc, iw Nm, Location-. iH,tA. NOTES AT PAR. Bsnk of North America par par par pnr par par par Bank of the Northen.iherties , Commercial Hunk of rennV . Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank Kensington Rank Philadelphia Hunk Schuylkill Bunk Snuthwark Hank . Western Bank Mechanics' Bank . Manufacturers' ft Mechanics' Bunk flank of Perm Township tJirnrd Bank . Bunk of Commerce, lute MoyamcnsinB Bank of Pennsylvania Country Ranks. par par par par par par par par par par par par par par Bank of Chester County Bank of Delaware County Bank of Germantown (lank of Montgomery Co. Bnylcstown Bunk Easton Bank Westchester Chester Germantown Norris'own Dovlestown Easton Farmers' Bunk of Burks eo Bri-tol par Rank of Northumberland Northumberland par Columbia B ink A Bridge co.M'olumbia par par par par Farmers Bank of Lancaster Lancistet Lancaster County Bank Lancaster Bank Farmers' Bunk of Reading Olhre of Bank of Penn'a. Office do do Office do do Office do do Lancaster Lancaster Reading par Harrisburg" These Lancaster I otheca Reading do not Laston J issue n. DISCOUNT. NOTES AT Hank of the United States Philadelphia 2:1 Miners' Bank of Pottsville. Potisvillo j Bank of Lewistown Lewistown lj Bank nf Middlolown Middletown Jal Carlisle Bank Carlisle I Exchange Bank Fitlshurg i Do do branch of Hullidavshurg j Harrisburg Bank Harrisburg & Lebanon Bank Lebanon j Merchants' A. Manuf. Bank Pittsburg j Bank of Pittsburg Pittsbuig i West Branch Hank Williamsporl lj Wyoming Bank Wilkcsharie 1 Northampton Bank Allentown Berks County Bank Reading Office of Bans' of U. S. Pittsburg failed Do do do Erie do Do do do Bank of Chamliersburg Bank of Gettysburg New Brighton Charn bersburg (iettysburg Montrose do Bank of Sn-ipjclianna Co. Erie Bank 13 ljalj' K, H li U Erie Waynesburg Washington Houesdale Brownsville York armcrV A- Drovers' Bank Franklin Bank Honesdale Bmk Monnngahcla Batik of B. York Bank 2i N. B. 'I he notes of those banks on which wo omit quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, with the exception ol those whirn nave a letter ol relerence. BROKEN BANKS. Philadelphia Sav. Ins. Philadelphia failed Philadelphia Loan Co. do failed Schuvlkill Sav. Ins. do failed Kensington Sav. Ins. A do Penn Township Sav. Ins. do Manual Labor Bans. ( 1 . W- Dyott, prop.) failed fWaiida Bank Tnwandu Alleghany Bank of Pa. Bedford Bank of Beaver Beaver Bank of Swatara Hanisburg Bank of Washington Washington Centre Bank liell. fonio no sale closed doted failed lllttifd no sale failed failed City Bank Pittsbuig Farmers &. Merh cs Hank Pittsburg Farmers' & Meeh'ca' Bank Fayette co. Fanners' iV MitIiVs' Bank tireencastlo Harmon V Intitule Harmony failed no .ale Huntingdon Bank Huntingdon no sub no bale Juniata Bank Lewi-town Lumbermen' Bank Warien tailed no sale closed Northern Bank of Pa. Dun.lan" New Hope Del. Bridge Co. New Hope Norihumb'd Union Col. Bk. Milton North Western Bank of Pa. Meadville 1)0 sale rinsed Office of Schuylkill Bank Porl Carbon Pa. A gr. & Manuf. Bank C arlisle failed Silver Lake Bank Montrose closed failed closed Union Bank of Penn'a. Uniontown Westmoreland Bank (ireenshurg Wilkcsbarre Bridge Co, Wilkcsbarre nosalo OCT All notes purporting to be on any Pennsyl vania Bank not given in the above hot, may be set Jown as frauds. xnw ji:ksi;y. Bank of New Biunawirk Brunswiek Belvidere Med ford Perth Amhoy Bridi-eioti Mount Holly Itahway N. Hiuuswiek Middletown Pi, Jerev City failed i par par i failed 1 Bclvideie Bank Burlington Co. Bank Commercial Bank Dumlierl.ind Bank Farmer' Bank Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk Farmers' and Merchant' Bk Franklin Bank of N.J. failed failed failed failed failed i failed i pur HO sale Hoboken Bkg& Crazing Co Hob, .ken lersey City Bsnk Jersey City Mechanics' Bank Manufacturers' Bank Morris County Bank Monmouth Bk of N.J. Mechanics' Bank Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk Patterson - Belleville Momstown Freehold Newatk Trenton Jersey City Newark Morris Canal and Ukg Co Post Notes Newark Bkg & Ins Co New Hope lel Bridge Co IS. J. Manufac. and Bkg Co LaiiiberUville Hoboken i failed (ailed , J failed 4 N J Proterton & lrtjnibard bk Jersey City Orange Bank Orange Peterson Bank Paterson Peoples' Bauk do Princeton Hank Princeton par Salem Banking Co Salem par Stale Bank Newark 1 State Bank Eliubethtown i State Bank Caimlcu par State Bank of Morris Monislown I fit ule Bank Trenton laile.l Salem and Philad Manuf Co Salem tailed Sussex Bank Newton J Trenton1 Banking Co Trenton par Union Bank Dover I Washington Banking Co. Hackensark failed DUlViWAIli:. Bk of Wilm & Braudywme Wilmington par Bank of Delaware Wilmington pur Bank of Smyrna Smyrna par Do luanch Millord par Farmers' Bk of State of Del Dover par Do brunch Wilmington par Do brunch (ieuigetown pr Do Irani U Newcastle par Union Bunk Wilmington pur dj- Uuder S's i Qjy On sll t anks mailed thus () there are ei. ther counterfeit or alteied notes of the various da nowinstioiis, in circulation. H. Be IvSASSEFt.. ATTOI5NKY AT LAW, SUNBURY, PA. Business attended to in (he Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Ilefex tot P. fit A. Fovocpt, Lowtit A. BAnnojr, Son Km A. SnoiinaA, VPAi'M. Rst!OinS, McFAHtANO &. Co. Sprbiko, Goon A: Cnv IIBRR'S HOTEL, ii tiuiisitt im;, ia. I BEOS leave to infirm the public that I have left Philadelphia, and am now located in Harris, burn, the. seal of the Executive anil Slate Govern merit of Pennsylvania, where I now occupy the spacious Hotel, recently kept by Mr. Matthew Wilson. This spacious building, having been purposely planned nnd crer led for a Hotel of the first class, is nut surpassed if eipia'lcd, by any similar estate lishmeut in Pennsylvania; and having undergone a thorough renovation, the parlors, rooms and chambers sre now fitted Up in a stvle that com bines r'eisnee with comfort and convenience. ies r'ejanee wun cnmrori anil convenience. ' Mv TABLE is pledged to he supplied with the I ,t fare the Markets can produce: .he charges at i best fare the Markets can produc I V ,i m , t-i. n I iin.i I L.i i i, mniliiinl. n a nnv . T 1 1. r. lw.ul regulated astat listimenis cisewnere. in snort, no exeitions shall le spnred on my part, or on the p-irt of every member of my household, to make it what it should be, in the Capital of one of the most pop ulous Hnd interesting Siattn of the Union. With these promises, accommodations and faci lities, and the fuel that the Hotel is most eligibly situated, I wiih confidence, most respectfully soli cit the patruiinge of the Public. U AIM r. li lll.KK, Late of Hcrr's Hotel, Chesuut St., Philad. Harri-burg. Nov. 22. 1H15. ro.K,:g,-x SLMluntilc rtfrlc0. IBnv.xjir.n's VanMirrua a crrlnin cure for worms tnff and very jiknnnnt to take. 2. (!i bsoti's Extb wrn, which remove Crease of all kinds, Dry Paints, Tar, Varnish and Wax, from carpets or from clothing, without injuring the color or the cloth. 3. Liisnnw Ftr Papf.t the lest thing known for killing llies and musquit cs. 4. A ceitain Deslrover of Hats, Mire, Loaches and Ants, and another of Bed Bus. 5. (iins's SrrriFic for s.,ur stomach, Henri Burn and Water Brash, by one w ho h id rutli red thirhen ye ars, before he discovered tho cure. Dh. Srr.vKv's (JtiF.EX Ointmkt for the Piles. It has never failed to cure. 7. HAitnisns's, Tr.TTKn Wah. 8. Bbkmomii's Nnfi.iiiLE Ink, without a rival. 9. Tur CnMrnrm f'oirirTio"t or Fir. just the meilli me for chiKIren and lor women, it is so pleasant lo take. 10. Bkck s Vuir.TAnr.F. AxTiniuora I'll.t... 1 1. Jr!'s Emoi.liv.st Watkr-phoof Pastk, forHarness, Boots, &c. It softens the leather, and keeps out the water. 12. Ponn Man s Strf.notiiiiko Plastfm. 13. Jai ksom's Diariihika Mixti iie, whiih cures the worst Diarrlura in a few hours. 11 Jacksux's Drsr.NTAiir Mixttrf, a cer tain and speedy euro for Dysentery and Summer Complaint. The al-ove valuable articles are sold wholesale and retail, bv L. C. (JUNN, K. 1 .SouA Fifth tlrref, l'filltu!tfpliiti where Sion keeper end o- ibers will be supp led with purr African Cayenne Pepicr, Arnica Floweis, Drugs, Paints, Oils, tJlass and Varnishes, at the lowest prices. Terms only cash, exj" Cut out the advcitisement, and bring it with von. Philadelphia. .IulyJ0di.l1.r. lv. li K L fK A D 1.1V K THOMSON'S (onipouiid S)t up ol Tar &ool A a plli a. rilHE unprecedented success of this medicine, in A the reslorali f health, in those who, in tie. pair, had given up all hopes, has given it an exal ted reputation ataive all other remedies, furiiiliii,g evidence of its intrinsic value and power, as the on ly L'cnt w hich ran la? relied upon for the cure of Pulmonary Consumption, Bronchiltis, Asthma, Pain in the tide and llrea-t, spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough, (-'roup, Ac. Attention is requested to the following ASTON. ISlll.XtS CUUE.hv Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha! ! Piitmltlihia. Miy 3, 184-1. MR. THOMSON Dear Sir With grateful feelings I inform you of the astonishing eiTecte of your medicine, which has literally ratd me from a death-tied ! My disease, Pulmonary Consump. tion, had reduced nie so low that tny physician pro. no.inc- d my case bojieless ! At this junction I be gan to ue your medicine, and miraculous as it may M-ein, it has completely restored me to health, sfter everything else bad failed. Respectfully vours. WASIUMS I ON MACK. Charlotte street, above Oeorge street. The undersigned, being personally acquainted with Washington Muck and his sufferings, bear witness lo the astonishing cflcct of Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar, and the truth of the a hove statement. JOS. WINNER. 318 North Third street, DAVID VICKERS. 43 Almond street. HUC.H M'CINLEY, S. E. corner Tsmany and Fourth streets. Prenaredontv bv S. P. Thomson, N. L. corner uf filh and Snrure streets, I'hiUde'l hia. Agents. II. B. Masser, Sunbuiy 5 D. Gross, and Dr. Macpherson, Hanisburg ; Jno. (J. Brown, Pottsville; (!eo. Karl, Reiding i Houston eV Ma on, Towanda, Brdiord county, Pa. Price 50 cents per bottle, or f 5 p' r dozen. Qji lirware if all imiliiliou. Philadelphia, June 2Kth, ISIS. ly P I A N O S. rrxIIE SUBSCRIBER has been pointed aient, 1 fur tbe sale ..fCONRM) MEYER'S El. EBKXTED PREMIUM ROSE WOOD PI AMIS, at this place. These Pianos have a plain, massive and In auiiful exterior fini-h, and, for depth and sweetness of lone, and elegance of workman shin, are not surpassed bv snv in the United State The follou'inr is a recommendation -from Cahi Di i t, a celebrated performer, and himself a man ul'actuier ; A ( Alt I). Having had the pleasure ot Irving the excel lent Piano Fortes manfaclured by Mr. Meyer, and exhibited at the last exhibition of the rr-uklin In stitute, I feel it due lo the true merit of the maker to declare that these iiistiuinenls are quile equal' and in some respects even superior, to all ihe IV no Fortes, 1 saw at the capitals ol r.uiope, and during a soiourn of two veurs at Paris, These pianos will be sold at the manufacturer's lowest Philadelphia prices, if not something lower, Persons are requested to call and examine for themselves, at the residence of the subscriber. Sunbury, May 17, IrilS. H. B. MASSE R. W lll! ol a superior quality, csn now I bad Q A at the Lime Kilns ol Henry Ma.Mr,m Sun bury. May 17, 1615. OAKLEY'S IIEI'UIIATIVK SYIUP. THE valuable properties of Oakley's Depura tive Syrup of Sarsaparilla, as a purifier of the blood, is so well known to the public generally, that it is unnecessary to ncrnpy much spare in set ting fonh the advantage to be derived from its use ; wherever tho meilirine has once been intro duced, it takes precedence over all others : every one that has taken it, have dcrivrd so signal bene ficial results from it, that it is recommended by them with the inmost confidence. Physicians of the highest standing in the profession, prescribe it to patients under their care J containing nothing deleterious, but being composed ot the most mild, yet efficacious vegetable materials.it is offered with confidence, as the chenpest and most efficient pu. rifier of the blood now known. The use of a few bottles, especially in the spring mouths, will be at tended with a most decided improvement in the ge neral strength of the system, eradicating any seed of disease that may have Wen generated, liesidcs giving health and vigor to the body. For the cure of Scrofula or Kings Evil, Rheumatism. Tetter, Pimples or eiuptions of the (Skin, Whits Swelling, Fistula, Chronic Couth Asthma, Ac, The nu merous certificates in the possession of the ul crl , , , . , . 1'r'.,ul f""" r"jwna h;. to convince ll,e most skeptics! of ll.su- eriority over all preparations of Sarsaparilla, Wold wholesale and retail, by the proprietor, CEOROE W.OAKLEY, North 6lh street. Res ding, Beiks Curtnly, and lo be bad of the following persons : In Kurthxmibtrland County. -If. B. Mssssrj Sunbury ; Ireland tc Mnel, McEwcnsvillc D Krauser. Milton. In Union County. J. Oearhart, Melinsgrovot A. Cutelius, MiHlinhurg. In Columbia County. R. W. McCay, Wash ingtnn. Reading, March 14, 1813. Mr. Oaki.f.t; I believe it the uty of every one to do whatever in their power I ies, for the bene fit of their fillnw man, and having had positive proof in mv own family, of the wonderful properties of your Depurative Syrup of Sarsaparilla, I m 'st conscientiously recommend it lo the affiicted. We had the misfortune I lose I wo of our children, by the breaking nut of ulcerous sores that covered ihe face, head and tieek, although we had some of the most scientific physicians lo attend ttv m and had tried all Ihe known remedies, including Swaim's Panacea, without avail. Another of my children was attar ked in the same manner, her face and neck was completely covered; Ihe discharge was so ollensive, and the disease at such a height, that we despaired ol her life. Seeing the wonderful rlli ets of your Depurative Syrup ( Sarsapariil.i, we weie induced to make trial of it. a? the last res.,rt ; it acted like a cl arm ; the u'ers cniinenced healing iniuieilia'ely, a f 1 w bottles entirely restored her In her health, which she Imsenjiyed unlnleri uptedly ever since. Asa purifier ot the blood, I verily be lieve it lias not its equal. JOHN MOVER, Tailor, Walnut street, near Fourth, Reading. Dotigl issville, April 19th, 18-13. Mr. Oaklet: My son Edmund Leaf, had the scrofula in the most dreadful and distressing man ner for three years, dining which time he. was de prived of the use of his limbs, his head and neck were covered with ulcers. We tried all the differ ent remedies, I ut to no effect, until recommended by Dr. Johnson of Nonistown, and also Dr. Isaac Hiesler, of Reading, to use your Depurative Syrup of Sarsaparilla, of w hich I obtained several bottles, the use of w hich d'ove Ihe disease entirely out of his system, the sore healed up, and the child was restored to rrect health, which be has enjoyed uninterruptedly ever since, lo Ihe astonishment of muuy persons who seen him duiing his atlliction. I have thought it my duty, end send ynu this certi ficate thai others who have a like atlliction in the family may know where to obtain so valuable a medicine. Yours truly. AMELIA D. LEAF. Sept. If!, 1813 ly a s 11 as v " ThYa T, WHOLE SALS & HETAIX. HAT Ac CAT MA.NUFACTUUEUS, South r.ast corwr if Market ami 4th sis.. riilludflplila, "VI r HE RE they alvsv keep on hand nn rxlen- sive iss,,rtii'ieiit i.l HATS C CA I'S uf every script ion, got up in the best and most approved style. PersmiH derin-us ,.f purchasing superior arti cles on Ihe most reasonable terms, will tind 11 lo their advantage to call before making purchases elsewhere. Philadelphia, Oct. nth, 1811. ly CITY 1 TliMlT HK AUCTION, AND PHIVAT2 SALES ROOKS, Nos. and :tl North Third Street, Near the City Hotel, PHILADELPHIA. pi C. MACKEY, Auctioneer, respertfully in- y-y vites the attention of persons desirous of pnr chasing Furniture, to bis extensive Sales Rooms, (iMith public and Private,) for every description of Household furniture, where can I obtained at all times, a large assortment of fashionable and well manufactured Cabinet Furniture, Beds, Mattresses, &c, at very reduced price, for cash. (K7" rviles bv Auction, twice a week. May 37th. 1MJ. ly I'oiintrrf'rltrrN' DEATH BLOW. '"Phe public will please observe that no Brandrrlh Pills are genuine, unless the box has three la bels upon it, (the top, the side and the bottom) earh containing a fac-similr signature of my hand writing, thus B. Uaivnar.TH, M. I). These la. bel- am engraved on steel, beautifully designed, and done st an expense of over fi, 000. Therefore it will lie seen that the only thing necesary to pro cure the medicine in its purity, is to observe these IsIh'Is. RijmemlM'r the lop, the side, and the bottom. Tlirv following respective ersons are duly authori zed, and hold CEIlTZrXCATES Or AGENCY For the sale of lirandrtih't Vegetable Universal '.. ' Northumberland countv : Milton M ickey & Chanibi ilin. Sunbury H. B. Manser. M'Ewens ville lielund& Mem II. Norihum eil.ind Wui. Forsyth. Georgetown J. & J. Walla. Union Ciunty: New Berlin Bogar cV Win ter. Seliusgrove George Ciindium. Mid. Ile burg Isaac Smith. Beaveri'iwn David llubler. Adam.burg Win. J. May. Mitllinsburg Mensch & Ray. Hartlelon Daniel Long. Fieeburg H.Al F. C. Mover, Lewisburg Walls &, Green. Columbia county : Danville E. B. Reynolds it Co. Berwick Shumaii ' Rittenhouse. Cat tawissa C. G. Brobts. Blonmsburg John R. Mover. Jeisey Town Levi Bisel. Washington Kohl. McCay. Limestone UaMi; ; MrN'nch. Observe that each Agent has an Engraved Cer tificate of Ageurv. containing a representation of Ur BRANDRETH'S Manufactory at Sing Sing, and upon which will also be seen exact copies of the rirto label nuu used upon the JlranJrtth Fill Hows. Philadelphia, office Xo. 8, North 8th street. B. BUANDhXTH.M.D. JuneShh, 1913, HOSE OINTMENT ron Tirrrr.R. RtNOWOKMS, riMI'M THE FACE, AND OTHER M'TANKOt;?! tRl'FTIONSJ. fjj' The ftilliiwing ccrtifiraic dexrribft nne nflhe most trtrnnrdinary cures ever effected ly any application. PHii.Anr.trntA, February 10, 1838. "T'OR twenty years I wss severely afflicted with TTTsn on tho Face and Head: the disease commenced when I was seventeen years old, and continued until the Fall of 1836, varying in vio lence, but without ever disappearing. During most of llie time, great part of my fare was covered with the eruption, frequently attended with violent itch ing ; my bead swelled at times until it frit as if it would hurst the swelling was so great, that I could scarcely get my hat on. During Ihe long period that I was afflicted with the disease, I used a great many aj plications, (among them several celebrated preparations) as well as taking inward remedies, including a number of bottles of Sumim'i I'anarra, Fulrarl if Suriapurilla, Ve, In fact, il would be impossible to enumerate sll the medicines I used. 1 was uUo under the care of two of the most dis tinguished tihysicians of this city, but without re ceiving much benefit, and I despaired of ever being cured. In the fall uf 1836, the disease ut the time being very violent, I commenced using; the Kuie Ointment, (prepared by Vaughan cV Davis.) In a few applications the violent itching ceased, the swelling abated, the rruption began to disappear, and before I had used ajar the disease was entirely cuied. It has now been nearly a yvar and a half since, and there is not a vestige of the disease re maining, except the scars from the deep pits formed by the disease. It is impossible for me to dearril in a certificate the severity of the disease and my suffering, but I will he pleased to give a fuller ac connt to any person wanting further satisfaction, who will call on me. Al the time I commenced using the Rose Ointment I would have given hun dreds of dollaia to lie rid of the disease. Since u- sing it, I have recommended it to several persons, (among them my mother, who had the diseaso bad ly on hei arm,) who were a;l cured bv it. JAMES DURNELL, No. 15fi, Rare St. IXj" The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Vaughan, Souih East corner of Third and Race streets, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sunbu ry. by H. 11. MASSER, May 14th. 1813. Agent. ISokc tTmluicnt, toy Teller. A PROOF OF ITS F.FFICACY. I'mnnn.pHiA, May 27th, 1839. 'PHIS is to certify that I was severely arllicted with Teller in Ihe hands and feet for upwards of forty years ; the disease was attended generally with violent itching and swelling. 1 applied to a iiuniberof physicians, and used a great many appli cations without effecting a cure. About a year since, I applied the Rose Ointment, which entirely stopprd 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 j any lime for forty years. RICHARD SA VAOE, Eleventh, below Spruce Street. The Rose Ointment is prepared by E. B. Vaughnn, South East corner of Third and R.ice Streets, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sunbu ry. by H. B. MASSER, May 14th, 1813. Agent. MEDICAL APPROBATION Of the. ROSF OIMTM F.XT, for Tetter. ALTHOUGH ihe superiority of the preparation 1 over all others is fully established, the proprie tors take pleasure in laying before the public the following certificate from a respectable physician, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Baugh, having found in this remedy that relief fir a tedious and disagreeable affection which the meana Within the range of his profession failed to afford, has not hesitated to give il his approbation, although the prejudices and interests of that profession aie opposed to secret Remedies. Philadelphia, Sept. 10, 1836. I was recently troubled with a tedious herctic eruption, which covered nearly one side of my face, and extended over the ear. Mr. Vaughan. proprie lot of the Rose Ointment, observing my face, insis ted on my tiying his preparation, of which he han ded me a jar. Although in common with the mem bers of my profession, I discountenance and disap prove of the, numerous nostrums palmed iiNn Ihe public by ignoiant pretenders, I feel in justice bound to except the Rose Ointment from that class of me dicines, and In give it my approbation, as it entire ly eured ihe eruption, although it had resisted the Usual applications. D.M.. BAUGH, M. D. CJ" '1 ne Rose Ointment is prepared by E. 15. Vaughan, South East corner of Third and Race Streets, Philadelphia, and sold on agency in Sun bury, by H. B. M ASSER. May lllh, 1843. Agent. EAGLE 3HHET. a "D" .W 9 Corner of Third and me Streets, WILEIAIYISrOHT, FA. rilHE subscriber reseclfully announces to Ihe 1. public, (hat he has opened a Hotel in the com modious brick building situate on the corner of Third and Pine streets, where he will be happy to wait upon those who may favor him with iheir company. The Eagle Hotel is large and conveni ent, and furnished in the best modern style. Il is provided with a large number of well aired and comfortable sleeping apartments, rooms, private parlors, Ac. Persona visiting Williamspnrt on bu siness ot pleasure, may rest assured that every ex ertion will be used to rrnder iheir sojourn et the "Eagle Hotel" pleasant and agreeable. His Table will tie supplied with the very best the msrket af fords, and his bar with the choicest wines and other liipiors iharges reasonable. The Eagle Hotel possesses greater sdvantages in point nf location lhan any other similar establishment in the borough, bring situate in the business part of the town, and within a convenient distance of Ihe Court House and Williamsporl and Elmira Rail Road Depot. Sufficient Stabling provided, and good and trusty ostlers always in slieudance. Attentive, accommodating and honest Servants have been employed, and nothing left undone that will add to the comfort and accommodation of his guests. There will be a carriage always in attendance at the Boat Landing to convey passengers to and from the House, free of charge. CHARLES BORROWS. Mav l llh. 1812. tl " Michael Wcairr V Won, ROrE MAKERS & Sllir CHAND ERS. Ao. 13 A'ori Water Streit, 1'hiladt 'phia. MAVE constantly on hand, a general uasort ment of Cordage, Seine Twines, Aic, vix: lard Ropes, Fishing Ropes, White Roies, Msuil la Ropes, Tow Lines for Canal Boats. Also, a complete assottment of Seine Twines, Ac. such as Hemp S'oaJ and Herring Twine, Best Patent Gill Net Twine, Cotton Shad and Herring Twine, Shoe Threads, &c. &c. Also, Bed Cords, Plough Lilies, Halters, Traces, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chains, Ac. all of which they will dispose of on reasonable teims. Philadelphia. November 1 3, 1 8 I?. ly. siM:iUNti;uoi)vT('o: No. 1!J Market Street, Philadelphia. INVITE the attention of Country Merchants to their extensive assortment uf British French and American Dry Goods, w hich they offer for sale on the most lea.onsble terms. Philadelphia, Nos ember 13, IS13. ly. WK. SEILlvCAlT & CO., Commission & Forwarding Merchants, Fool of Willow Slrtirt Rail Road, OS TnR tirl.AWABF., HAVINO associated tsiih ihcm Joseph Barnef, late of Easion. Pa., reswrtfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they have ta. ken that large and well known store and wharf at foot of Willow Street Railroad, lately occupied by Jacob Martin, where Ihey purpose doing a General Commission and Forwarding Business, and from the local advantages of Ihe place being connected with sll the public improvements that have their outlet in the city, they flatter themselves they wilf be able to do business to as great, if not greater ad vantage, and upnn as reasonable terms as ony other house, and Ihey assure their friends that any con' signments made lo ihem shsll have their strict tenlion, snd no exertions spared to give entire satis faction. They are also prepared lo receive snd forward! goods lo any point on the Delaware and Lehigh uvers, between Mauch Chunk, Easton and Phila delphia, via Delaware Division and Lehigh Canals; also, to any point on the Juniata river, or North and Wtst Branches of the Susquehanna via Schuyl kill and Union, or the Chesopeake and Tide Water Canals. For Ihe accommodation of Boats coming or go ing via Schuylkill and Union Canals, a Steamboat will be kept expressly for towing boats from tho Schuylkill around to the Delaware and back, which will enable merchants lo have their produce deli verrd on the Delaware, and their goods shipprd at a saving ol 50 to 75 per cent, en the prices for hauling across, with these advantages they re spectfully solicit a share of patronage. W. HEILMAN A CO. William Hellman, ) William W. Keyser.C Joseph Bsrnel. 3 Philad., May 14, 1843. ly To Country Merchant. Doots, Shoes, Ronncts. Leghorn and Pnlm Leaf Hats. (1. W. & Ti. li. TAYI.OK, at the S. F.. corner of Market anil Fifth Sts., PHI ADZLPIIIA, "FFER for sb!s an extensive assortment of the "-"ubnve articles, nil of which they sell at unusual ly low prices, and particularly invite the attention uf huvers visiting the ciiv, to an examination of their stoek. C. W. A L. B. TAYLOR. Philadelphia, May 25, 18-14. ly J. MA1TX. ANSI, JR. & CO". SnulT ami Tobacco Manufacturers, A'o. !li) Aori West corner of Race and Third Si ru ts. PHILADELPHIA. rPHE undersigned have formed a Co-partnership under the firm of J, MAYLAND. Jh. & Co., as successors to the lute firm of Jncnh .Mmland V Co., and will c uitinue the business at 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 cefebrated snuff, Ar the long experience of the senior partner of tho late firm, will also be devoted to the interest of the new roncern and as no exertion and care will be spared lo insure their goods, al all times of the ve ry best quality, they snlirit a continuance of the confidence of the fneitds and customers of Ihe late firm. THOMAS ADAMS, J. MAY LAND, J a. Philadelphia. May 14th, 113. ty To Cnunlry MERCHANTS. THE Subscriber, Agent of Lyon cV Harris, Hat Manufacturers, for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other larye cities, whns Hut. are highly commended for good eoltf and durability, has on band a tirt rale assort m-nl of HATS and CAPS, suitable for Spring s iles, wh'eh will be sold very low, foi rash or appioved credit, al the ncted eh cap tliire. No. 40, North. Third aire!, oppjsi'e the City Hotel, Philadelphia. ROBERT I). W ILKINSON, Apcnt. N. B. Orders for Hats in the rouh, promptly attended lo. The highest price in fiW or Ira-ld given for Fur ultin. Philadelphia. June 1 1, 1843, ly BOLTON & CO. ririirrul Commission .Tlr liants For the .svf nf J. 7kij r, tiruin. Seed, Se., c. I RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the Merchants generally, that they have ta ken those large and commodious Wharves, w ith two Dixks, north of Chesuut street, on Ihe Delaware, together with the store No. 19 South Wharves, where they mould be pleased lo receive consign ment of Grain, Flour. Seed. Whiskey, Iron, Ac. Ac. Bring also well prepared to forward alt kinds of Merchandise by the Schuylkill and Union, or by the Chesapeake and Tide Water Canals, as low boats are kept expressly for the purpose of towing hosts by either route. Merc hants will please be particular lo send their goods destined by either canal', to No, 19 South Wharves, between Market and Chesnut streets, on Ihe Delaware, with directions accompanying them which route they wish them to be shipped. cry Plaster and Salt for sale, at the lowest mar ket price. BOLTON A CO. March 19, 1843. No. 19 South Wharves. HOUSE, An. 237, Mnrth Third, above Vullmchill St., PHILADELPHIA. JOHN DUNCAN, late from the Pennsylva nia Farmer, and Samuel Pike, jr., lale of A. mi riran Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, take pleasure in ae qnainling their friends and the public generally lha they have taken ihe targe and commodious Hotel recently built by the Messis. Hart, on the same silt once occupied by the old established Hotel knowi as the Bull's Head, in Third stieet above Callow hill st. This Hotel is finished in the very best possibb manner, and of the best materials. Its location i cry desirable, particularly for country merchants Ihe arrangements for healilig snd ventilating carl room is such as to secure any temperature. Th bedrooms are all light and airy, all lurnishcj in licit style, so as to in.-uie 10111I01L The receiving parlors are aba fuil,ished in a su perb style, the windows are on the French styU forming an entrance 10 a bnlcony in front, whiil makes pleasant recess. Pinlioulai attention ha been given to Ihe beds and bedding, which, Wit., the furniture, are entirely new. From years' experience in hotel business, wi trust, by strict assiduity to business, lo make thb house a desirable slopping place. Our table will always l-e supplied with Ihe very best our market can afford, and our bar with the best liquor am' wines of the moat approved brands. P. S. There are tirst rate .tabling and earring houses attached lo the hotel, attended by earefu and solr hosilers, and our charges will be low, il accordance with the present bard times. Philadelphia, Oct. 7th, 1842.