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MARKET STREET LEW fSTOWN.
CiONTINUFf? to manufacture, to order,
/ every description of BOf >TS AND
SHOK-S, on tie most reasonable terms.—
J laving - competent workmen in his employ and
using go 1 stock, his customers, as well as all
others, may rely upon getting a good article,
well made and neatly finished.
January 22,154*5 —tf.
liave always on hand a lino stock o.
¥ ¥ the following articles, which we are
prepared to sell Wholesale, at a small advance
on city rates, having been " well boughtpur
chasing almost strictly for CASH :
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Glass, Gil, <kc.
Fpices; Coffee, Sugar. Tea, &c.
Tobacco and Segars; Fish and Salt
Nails, and almost every article in Hardware
Saddlery-ware; Candies, Nuts, &:c.
Cotton Laps and Cordage
All kinds of PAPER, and Blank Books
Cooking Stoves; Hats and Caps; Matches.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Lewistown, March 31, 1849.
T I \ W A K E
ESTA RLISSIM FX T.
rpHK undersigned respectfully informs the
A public that he has removed his establish
ment to the stand lately occupied bv JOSEPH
M. COGI.EY, in MA R k'E T STR EE T, where
he has now on hand a large assortment ot
of every description, at very low prices, lie
is also prepared to manufacture to order ar,y
Tin Ware, Sheet Iron Ware, and
made of the best materials, on as low terms as
■can he procured anywhere.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS and persons
in want of articles in his line, are invited to
give him a call.
JOHN B. SELIIEIMER.
Lewistown, April 7, 1849 —3m.
ATTEATJO\, FA EES !!
"-4. penny saved is u penny earned."
The undersigned beg leave
to inform the public that they
continue to manufacture, at
€S®PBS3sBSk their old stand, at .Marion
Furnace, near i'errysville, in Armagh town
ship, Mifflin county, their superior
llore Power and <saua
Their horse power, Sec , has so long stood
the test, that it would seem needless to adu
their recommendation. I? is an improvement
on the much esteemed Burrel & Milton plan
and ha* the merit of accomplishing a great dea
of work with less power and labor than anv
other now in use. A trial wiij not fail to give
satisfaction. We also continue the manufac
ture of PLOUGHS, of all patterns, and will
agree to warrant satisfaction to the purchaser
in every instance, or the article may be re
turned, and no charge will be made.
will be done promptly, and
upon reasonable terms. Grain of all kinds
will be received in exchange for work—aloo
horses, and old metal, if delivered at the shop
SHIRES & BARGER.
Marion Furnace, March 31, 18-19—2 m.
Note's the chance to sell your grain if left
at the STORE of
William Harks 5L Son,
Forwardias, Commission & Produce Merchants!
\\f HO are prepared to receive and store all
¥ ¥ kinds of grain and produce at thai large,
•convenient, and well known'tore house, on the
canal, know n A STF.RRETT &. POTTER'S \\ arc
house. All kir.dsof grain and produce stored
with us will be promply forwarded at the ear
liest opportunity, by our own boats, which are
commanded by safe and experienced Captains.
The grain und produce will be sold to the best
advantage to the farmer,and the money arising
from the sale ot the same paid over to the
owner or owners as soon as remittances can be
had from the city. We shall always calculate
to pay the farmer in the very best par mnnry
that is afloat. Liberal cash advances
made on ail produce deposited in store.
WILLIAM MARKS & SON.
Lewistown, Mifflin co., Pa.
N. B. Sail, Planter, Fish ami
COAL, always on hand
Hon. A. S. Wilson,
Dr. T. A. Worrall,
44 Joseph B. Ard,
E. L. Benedict, Esq , |
Epbrairn Banks, **
J. W. Shaw, " J .
Messrs. Wa'tson&; Jacob, (' xe Wigtown, * >a *
" Jos. JMilliken&son, i
Mr. F. McCoy,
" R. F. Ellis,
" Jarnes Turner,
" Samuel Frank. J
Lewistown, Jan. 1, 1849—6m05.
rp.HAT at V. J. HOFFMAN'S will he
J. found a splendid assortment of fashiona
-s<e 11A IS, CAT.S, <f c ., at much lower prices
f^ an 9'ey can be bought elsewhere
in this country. A= an evidence of
Y 'his, we submit the following list
L prices, and ASK the public to call
Lfc- examine for themselves:
A good Fur Ilat, - §I.OO
Fine Nutria and Fine Silk, - 2 'Si
Fine Beaver. .... 2.75
Finest Moleskin, - - - 325
Lewistown, march 25, 1849.
We have now on
hand a large stock of
■ -1 1X Stoves, hucll u:
A & '■£' •f-r'i? -- "* .jjjj we can warrant to give
, ' nl * ,r '-' su,! ' faction We
|W ;V... T^!a havti the Uulmch, two
lhc s,ar ' two
4 ' a trr\v! lo
/ - triers nf>.! all person*
V needing a Cooking
# U eto, - eBBe ; . J S'tove, to give us u call
before purchasing elsewhere.
F J. HOFFMAN.
I Awstr-wr: March 24, I°l9.
WILLIAM T. Y/ALTERS. CHARLES HARVEY.
WALTERS & HARVEY,
! (Late IIA7EEII(JII8T <$- WALTERS,)
Produce & General Commission Merchants,
j Nos. 15 &. lti Speiirii's Wliarf,
CASH ADVANCES made on con
signments of all kinds of Produce.
Baltimore, March 24, ln49—3m.
J, F. Ml Ij la so n ,
General Commission & Forwarding Merchant,
NO. 79, BOWEJBL'S WHARF,
the sale of Flour, Grain, Cloverseed,
Whiskey, Lumber, &c., &c. Also, for
! warding goods via Tidewater canal and Penn
sylvania improvements. Orders for Fish, Salt,
Plaster, &.C., &c., supplied at lowest prices.
Having been engaged in the above business
| during the last five years, a continuation of the
patronage of his friends and the public is re-
I spectfuiiv solicited. Refer to
F. MCCOY, Esq , Lewistown.
I Messrs. FUNK & MILLER, j
J. & E. C. EBY, • Ilarrisburg, Pa.
BRANT & ZIEOLER, S
February 24, 1849-6 m*
A PPLE T O N' S
CHEAP ROOK STORE,
H> 1 Chcmnut Street,
\ Corner of Seventh, Swaims Buildings,
|. r NOWING the wants of the coinmun.'y. tti - Propri<>-
' A tor of this Establish VENT has fitted una wore in
the most elegnnl manner, having ilue regard tn the com
. fort of his customers, so that every stranger visiting his
I Book-store. mnv feel entirely at home.
HIN IMMENSE STOCK
j of Books is classified according to the various Depart
j meats of Literature, so that visiters can find the Books
they are in search of for themselves. Buying his stock
for the most part at the ACCTION SALES, ami being con
nected with one of the Largest Pvhtuhng // •;,> r- ir, r - -
country, besides publishing largely himself, enables him
i to sell ALL BOOKS at
Is O\Y CP I* S" IC € S
; than any other house of a similar character on this con
tinent His facilities for the IMPORTATION of Books fr in
Europe are unsurpassed, having a Branch of ins Estab
lishment in London, where orders of private gentlemen
i are carefully executed and tor warded to this cohnlry by
1 every STEAMER and packet
A CATAL CGU2
' of Books witt the prices attached 1* i--siic 1 quarterly.
' containing l.iats of New additions made ' • h:s larg- col
r I ret:n, w hi< h are in all eases f-r -:. hr ;.t th
\ or, from 25 to 75 p' r cert below pu! Is hers' pri- - Thus
■ 111 buj lug even a jrtr ft u , <;.ii; c a . u ii.-,id. 1 si-,.; amount
: is saved. As a suli further
i \ it 1 i s: 43 i; T
jto strangers visiting the city, every one wijo pnrrhas's
. One Dollar's rr arth of Books, will receive .1 cop. of t .e
I STK.I.YO; R /.V PIIH.ADi LfHl.l, an elegant 1 -:, 1 •
v dunie, the prn : f which i> 25 re ts.
0 Tlie limits of an advertisement are 100 confined to
■ enumerate the price* of any of the HOOKS, or P> give even
! a faint idea of the tnmente intrant: get to be it-m • d from
j purchasing at the Greit Central <hi ip Bonk * -c, bit
let all w ho are in search of books send fit a Catalogue,
;,n I buy the Books they are in \v nt if,arid when visiting
the city, give Applcton one call, and you will be ?ure to
Sttltt 0 U f l B
1 in all its branches, furnished at the l.out Prirrr Tb-"
Initials of those purchasing Letter and Note Paper, neat
ly stamped in the corner, without < barge.
f> Orders for any article may be sent by mail, addrc-sed
to the proprietor, and the directions in ail cases will be
1 fully carried out, w itli great punctuality ai,d-d spat h.
, ! S> Orders for CaLaiugues siiould he pre p., /_
GEO. S. APPLE I ON,
Bookseller, Publishrr. Importer, and Stationer,
16t Chfcnal Street. corner of Seventh,
| i Muf .*. 1649 —3m fl |
AEa L E E5 s: N V 18 Ol' S Eb.
) r\'o. 280 Market street, aboce Eighth,
( (South side,)
j tPITIS large and splendid Hotel iia- been firnish' i! with
: X entire new furniture The Bar Room is the largest
i in Philadelphia. The Parlors and titling Rooms are en-
I 11 rely separated from the noise and bimtle, consequent to
l i the arrival and departure of cars. The Portico extend-
I ing the whole front of the house, affords a cool retreat in
j warm weather, and a splendid view of the greatest iho
j roughfire in the city.
The Lodging Rooms are well furnished—the T;;ti|e as
well provided for as at any other Hotel, with every atn n
, tionof the managers to make it the best Hon 1 for M-r
--! chant* and Business Men, during tlieir stay in the citv
The terms will be ONE DOLLAR per day. On the arrival
' of the Cars from the West, a Porter will be in attend
ance to convey baggage, Ac lo the Hotel, which is ad
j joining the depot. feblO—fitu
l oiirlH Slrcel,
I Between Arch and Market, Philadelphia.
'JtilE PROPRIETORSHIP and management < f this
x Well known hotel, (which is located in the very con
: tre of business,) having passed into the hands of the -iut,
j scrtbers, ihey beg leave to state tlrnl it is lln ;r purpose
; to render it worthy of the liberal patronage with which
it has been heretofore sustained, and hope by unrrrait
i ting attention, to deserve the patronage of tnmr friends,
who may visit the city on business or pleasure
C. Ai J. McKIBBIN,
Formerly of the Exchange Hotel, Piitsburgti.
1 hiladelphia, May 5, ltd}.
the (cheapest cjj- most Splendid assortment of
!GV WATCHES A JEWELRY
Nu. ) Lewis BaiiSJEBI?, S NO.
•i 111 Market Street, > I jC
a few doors above Eleventh, Mirth side,
TIA.H ju-t received by late arrivals, from the most c< I
1 ebrated Manufacturers of Europe, a magnificent and
judiciously sleeted assortment of (H)I.D and SILPJ'M
an PC/IKS, which lie will sell CUKAI .h than any other
establishment in the United States Among the a,sort
ment will be found :
C -Id Levers, lh k. cases, full jewelled, .550
. Silver Levers, full Jewelled, 15
I Gold i'Epines, In k. raves, jeivellcd, "j
j -Silver l'Epines, jeweiled, 10
" Quariier Watrhos, Ito jMO
" Tea A'JIOOIIH, equal to cotn, per set, 450
i " Dessert " "• 1000
1 _ ' . K TnM ?V 15.00
with 9 splendid a#Forlinrnt of Chaste and Rich
; ufact[f r !',/ /,Jt, * ra ' ". rvnri,, " M "tyle, from the best Mat.
[ *>Pleas# preserve this advertiaement, and rail .it
No -tia M u iVVIS hADOMUSVS,
! above prires sv a l,tu. f .idi' fAra P rr <" in the
i April IJ, JT'" <,, ™ M S
The Girard Lifr Insurance Annuity and Trust
Company of Philadelphia,
Office Wo. lol> Chesnut Street.
CONTINUE to make Insurances on Lives on the most
favorable terms; receive and execute Trusts, and
receive Deposits on Interest.
The Capital being paid up and invested, together with
accumulated pretiiiuut fund, affords a perfect ttcurily to
the insured. The premium may he paid in yearly, half
yearly, or quarterly payments
The Company add a BOND# at stated periods to the
insurances for iife. Tills plan of insurance is the most
approved of, and is more generally in use than any other
in Great Britain, (win re the subject is best understood by
the people, and xvli re thry have had the longest <• xprei
ence,) as appears from tile fact that out of Life Insu
rance Companies there, of all kinds. 37 are on this pi a.
The first BONUS was appr .pi nti-d in December Ist I,
amount lug to it) per cent, on tile sum insured und r tl.e
t oiliest policies ;to fit per rent., per cent Ac., Ate.., 011
others, in proportion to the time of standing, making an
addition of SI00; SfiT.iiO ; 575, &.r., &.C., to every 100t.
originally insured, vv hich is an average of more than Co
percent, i.n the premiums paid, and without increasing
the annual payment to the company.
The operation ot the Bonus will he seen by the follow
ing examples from the Life Insurance ItegUler of th -
Company, thus :
Sum J Bonus or j Amount of Policy and
Policy. ( In ured, j Addition. 1 Bonus pay able aMlie
' | party's decease.
•No. 53 j SI,OOO 0100 00 j #l,lOO 00
" 8S 2,:00 25ft ffi I 2,7.70 00
" 203 4,000 1 400 00 4,400 00
* 270 I 2,000 175 00 j 2.175 00
" 333 | 5,000 437 50 : 5,437 50
?> PAMPHLET.* coot lining the table of rates, and ex
planations of the subject; Forms of Application, and
further information can he had at the office, gratis, in
person or by letter, addressed to the President or \ctuary
li. W. RICHARDS, President.
JNO. F. JAME*, Actuary. [tj29:ly
mm & BROOKEIi
At the Old Kstsbli.-hed Stand
I¥o. <> >Ollll Third Mroof,
Three doors above .Market Stre f ? PIIIL.IDKt.P/IL9,
V\ r \LL AEI.L BV Airtion, EVKHV r vi.mm;,
' ' commencing at 7 o'clock, a large assortment ol
Locks, Latches, Bolt*. Trace ai.d Halter Chains, Pad
; Locks, Closet do , Hand Saws, iron II uk do., Guns, Pis
| to! , SimVi Is, Spa ics, Axes, I tali I. Is, II winners, Gig ami
1 Carriage Whips, Wagon do., Travelling Trunks, Slates,
Pencils, Japanned Waiters and Trays, French At conh
otis. Violins and li iws, Table and Tea Spoons, Brio --
ami Bits, Chisels, Curry Combs, Knives and Forks of a'l
Kinds, II in tier and Shoe Knivi and a large assortment
of other goods, 'i riuiiuings.Sifiall Ware-, Ac.
> All goods warranted equal to representation, and
will be sold in lots to unit purchasers inhl7—3tn
3000 PKILVIII ?t
23. J. AVilliauiM,
Xo. 12 X> >rt/i Sixth Strcd, }*hilad !phi a
Yciiiliaii Klintl and Vi liithiw
S!ttitle T1 it 1111 tacturcr.
(Awarded tie; 111 t an?! highest Mf.n*rs at the .New
York, i! 1 It:xi. ire, red / lb! idel di;:- Exhibitions, for the
! -tip' 1 e.fity of his" Blind*. with ceibirmed cm fidi nil- i
h -t in muff - toi .} .ists it,.* attention of pu 1 li 1 -er to h
a*- rsuie.-.t ~f got*) Bitnds, of narrow and win- stars
w bt, fancy and plain Trunin. .*, .1" new sty I- .- r.i.dco
■ Al-o, ri I tree and genera! assortment of TRANS. i
UE.< rWi -Dow --11 c nj..*, .til of whith lie w ill eel, it tii
|. west ea s ij j;t.' • ■*.
<);4 Binds plint 1 d and trimmed to look equal to new
r>DK U.F.ils -npoto-d 00 liberal tern" - The rit 1
/i us of Midline. limy n- retjio fiilfv invite.! t, call be
fore buying • isrwhere- -confide- 1 • •!•.* lug all.
fXIPK.S IN THE EVENING#.'.*
March 21, l&.'J -3m.
f pilß subscribers have on h.ri.l t largest asm anient 1
Ws 1.1. PAC K* intli- cit of Philadelphia,
Milt LilbAl.i; AM) UKTAIL,
consisting of every variety suitable fur Parlors. Entri s.
j Dining Rooms, Chambri . Ar , wl irh f>r qii niity rn
' style cannot be surpassed Don ga cash in.sin -J, w
! are enabled to sell a b- tier artu le, at a
MUCH LOW KR RATE,
; than any store doing 11 THAW: HI um;J, On hand, :i
lirgr assortment of d If) Rl' \ I'K I ', for Carts its,
j l ire Prints, Borders, A , which will te sold very low
for cash Paper Hanging done in the country at lit
V 11. Dealers are invited to call and examine thcii
stock in fore purchasing elsewhere
FINN cV IH'RTON,
\ > 1 i±. Arch street, southside, I'hd i Jelpl.i i.
j April it, IM 9m
! X K Vi _ S 's' o u 1: ,
i AJ. 14 Aor th Second Sired, a few doors
a bote Market,
V II I fa A D E 1 j P 11 I A ,
■ AI AN I I-'ACII RER i f Transparent Window Miisdcs.
| - I Heed Blinds, Paper Curtail s and Venitian Blinds, 01
; all the different si/i-s, v .try tng in price, from mx Elms
jto TwEMrt HOLLA its a piece. All the new styles nfet
- cry esrription of patterns, and i f the latuil lashmes ot
, ditf-rent color*, and a variety of 'i'riu.mirgbrall kinds
Al-o, beautiful FABLE and OIL CLO FfSn patterns
and in pieces. Oil Cloths fir t! - ft, Patent Co.; h Cm
1 - for Wagon Lovers of a sijf.eimr article, an width,
don ills or single, of the finest fi-,..n. u;d a :pb u.!id
sartineitt of CLOCK:*, 1.-XJKfXO GLASSES, and
FIR I'. BOARDS. A- , Ac.
Hid Blinds painted and trimmed over, to look equal to
new, at a very little expense, or t ikcu in exchange for
He ha* on hand Hie largest and m ;-it complete and beau
tiful assortment ot the above articles, at 25 percent
cheaper than any other establishment in the city, Whole
sale ami Retail, at reduced prices.
( 5 Merchants and others are invited to call before pur
chasing elsew here, as it will lie to their advantage.
t.-Any of the above goods mode to order, or ciuefitlly
packed, so they can be sent any distance without injury,
tub- r Manufacturers supplied with fdals, Fronts. Heads,
or Pulley's, at the lowest price*.
OPR.Y IX THE EFE.VI.YaS.
March 31, 1349—1y.
Philadelphia Medical '?i>ii-c,
L' STABLI.3 II Kl) 15 years ago, by Dr KIN KEI.I.N', The
- oldest, surest and In • t liand to cure all forms of seer. I
diseases of the skin, and solitary habits of youth, is DR
KIN K 1-71.1 N, Northwest corner of THIRD and I'MON
Streets, between Spruce and Fine, a square-aud-u half
fiorn the Exchange, I'hiladelphia.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There is a habit which boys teach ej h other at the
Academy or College—a hul.it indulged in when by Itim
*clf, in solitude, growing up with the boy to manhood;
lew ol those who indulge in this pernicious practice are
aware of the consequences until they find the nervous
system shattered, feel strange and unaci ountaide feel
ings, vague f.an 11. th. mind. The individual becomes
feeble, be is unable to labor with accustomed vigor, or
to apply bis mind to study ; hia ,-lep is tardy ami weak,
he Is dull irresolute.
Persons of all ages can now Judge what is the cause of
tin ir declining lienltn, losing their vigor, becoming weal ,
pale and emaciated.
YOUNG M; -,N :;
Let no false modesty deter you from making your case
known to one who, from education and respectahiilt',,
can alone befriend you. lie who places bimsulf under
Mr Kinkelln's treatment, may religiously confide in his
honor as a gentleman, and m whose ho shut will be for
ever locked the secret of the patient.
Thousands have been restored to health, from the de
vastations of those terrific maladies by Dn. KINSLI AND
PACKAGE* OF MEDICINES, ADVICES, &c fo
warded, by sending a remittance, and put up serum fro...
riAMAOB OU CURIOSITY.
' POST 14 ID I.ETTI HS answered forthwith
i'llitsdclphia, Jsuusry 27, IblU-ly
'Wholesale Commission Agent,
FOR ALL KINDS OF
•Vtt. 51 Noi'tii Wharves,
Above Race street, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, April 21, L 349 —ly
Trimmings Cheap for Cash.
173 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
H\S fur f::! a large and handsome assortment of
Primming* smh as Zephyr Worsted, Fatterns, sin, |
Heads, Purse Hilks, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Needles,
/'.ns, fid Cotton, Perfu er>, French, E.'ltf/i, tier
ntin and American Fancy Goods, Ac., cuo vppur Cash.
Wholesale an i retail, rti tie- TJIItRvU AND NEEDLE
STOKE, 178 CHES7WUT St , rUilidelpMa.
I'. S. Also, sole Agent for firinghurst's Ccl'Sr.ited
Hair Jliztvre, for re moving Dandruff and Dressing the
Uftir, giving it a fine glossy appearance.
M in ti "21, IMS)- 3mo.
TOEACCO, sjaurr & segarfi
The Cheapest Wholesale House in the U. S.
Yoi', can save 10 per cent, by calling at
Wtn. S. Bolihins' store,
No. 2o'J North Second street, 6 doors alcove Callow hill,
oppo ;t" the Lamb Tavern, I'hiludelphia. l'a.
1 HAVE NOW ON HAND,
GOO,OOO Large size Common Segars, $1 fQ to 31.70
GOO 000 Beat quality Half Spanish, $3.12 to $3.25 per
300,000 Best S ed ami Cuba Sixes, £5.00 to $7.00 per
200.000 Fine Havana Sugars, #lO 00 to sll3 00 per
1 have also on hand a large supply of Cavendish and
I'lug 11.bacon, just received from Virginia,and a general
Havana and American Leaf Tobacco.
V o, Smoking Tobacco; Scotch, Rappee and Maeabau
Snuffs, of tiie best quality. Also, Pipes, Pipe Heads,
and every tiling belonging to Die business. Cull and you
will he well pleased. roajS—ltn
Manufacturer of Donuelh's 1 plight Safety Olaz U Cap
M A TC IS E-;S,
And I hitcd. States Oil Paste Blacking,
No S3 NORTH THIRD Street, Philadelphia.
'FIIFSE Jliic'i ? are justly con.-i ' red tin- b -l in to
I Foiled Slates; Iliey ar • free friuii uopleos.nt -o •
nnd can I • inm I : d with pcrfi '■ saf.-t;. into all >t r;s
...;! Ilnflii. W. rrniitcd to k. . n • ,r.
The 15 i .tins •- < si; -rmr quality, and free from any
lugre dieut !h it in:; tire Hie , K itlirr.
COIN lit V DEALERS and SHIPPERS will find it
'h- :r it.i Tin ull and ••. f>r u.e 'lvi s.
N. ft An assort i id i " iti h- • i f van >us New York
M .itufarturers. Matche. :t. i ur.d wood boxes !-' :
pat 'ted to large or small tin c.t . to ship to tnv part ol
tii world JOHN DONNELLY,
I .ate ei 20 Hir.k stret!, now s3 Norn Third street.
March 21, IS4#— ly.
Improved Wire 71 ;** factory.
Seiic, ESifirflc, and
W ii'f ( lufti tin :n factory,
ij. | o A (til l 1! PR O A i Street,
15 tvvceu Man. I t Arch St . (' <ri or ( . uYs A!h
I I IB !.. r • r oitim to: •• .f 'nr.' f. ■ rni. it
Jo > !, '! kinds of PL.II V tod <Mf.VA.W.r.VT /.
11 Hit. 'i( >li K, * ' h. -Si -ves. It i.hlli s. Screens, arc. foi
• ill i. it .i ir: . - ds. S.'.nd, Ore, Snuff. Starch, Brick
lu<! .V' I i Ir- •"lives of i aiipiiior quality con
stunit -fi I' . I A'f", S if, , Wire Dish Covers, Sofa
s rit'gs Twi •' ' Wi' for Spark C itch tee.
ORA AM RATAL WIRE WORK.
-ii h as (.' ijii, \iirerv Feeders, tiard* n 15 irderiug.
Flow ,rS; in !-, Tr i t>. Trellis v. r'; ti rt. ipa Vines,
Sc \l-o. Wir. F. 'i i gof every de;.-rl tion
Oi.ii i th tah: rlly r \ ■ . ..ml r oipi'v teciF dby
U xTSO.N & (JOX.
Philadelphia, March Ift, 1M9 —Jul.
. TO SSI AS ..V
.Yo. G- Aorllt laird Street, chore Arch,
/ ) r t ' R tiie fallowing articles <.f a -.cry superior qtitli
FJ f Country iie rclunits will do well to tali atol exa
mine the - isrie. us a liberal dtsiouiil will be made to
tl, who purehane to sell again.
lirai'..lies, vuriuigki :dr; Holland Gin,
ih ; very tuipeiior J-n: tim Spitits; lrih t. l Scotch
Wi.iseoj; A; r.le Whisko ; M ,n< l.c .heia Whiskey, Veiy
01.-l; Virginia Peach Brandy.
IN B8 Superior t ; dherrj Whu; Madeira Wins ;
Vo\t W ii** of ! ttf rent kin Is; .su-i-rior '1 erteriffe; Lis
bi.n a .1 Mn>. itel; Sue t Malign; superior Claret
CO it 1)1 \ I.S Mara- 'olio; Curacao; Raspberry
C-ignlt,; Blttehberry do.; Cream do No\au; Cream de
viini..'! . Hull •de Rose; Extract of Absmitlt; Pet':' l
I. ve i rdei! ; I.enen Cordial; Life of Man Cordial ;
Peppermint Cordial; W'iue ll.irers; Tanaey Bitter*; Lav
ender Hit!- rs; fVppt rui.nt Rtltera.
i'b I.cmon r(linger Syrup; Saraapa
rilla Syrup; plain Syrup
Fine ftnttled WhVf.S, for medical purpo*. a. sucti a*
Madeira, Sherry, Fori, Ar inh3l—3m
asisorlment, low for cash, for sale
- by F. HOFFMAN.
! r.ivistown, march 21. 1-19.
PURE, at 3>2 per kejr, for sale by
F. J. HOFFMAN.
I.ewistown, march 24, 1-19.
I). SI ADERLIM) & so\,
respectfully ii.lonn their friends
• an<l 'be public, that thev tl ill continue
t. ( trry on the MARBLE BUSIA'ESS u,
all its. various branches, at their old stand,
Corner of THIRD and VALLEY Sis.,
where il v have constantly on hand MA KB IF
MAN'IFLS, T 0.MR.3, MONUMENTS,
(iRAVE STONES, Arc. All kitida ut
PX-AIM & OIIIMA IV?EeJTAX.
work executed with ncitness, ond on the most
reasonable terms. Thankful fur the liberal
patrt tiago extended to tbeui, they still solicit f
a continuance of the same.
Orders front any p rt of the country, throuTh •
mail, attended to with accuracy and dosuatch ;
March 17, 1347 tf
TSo Franltliii S'ire ißturancc
(liitiipauy ol ssSi!*'ll!'i*5 s Si!*'ll!'i*
OFUif'C, No. IGUi Cfcesniit near l'ifih street.
Charles N. Bancker, Guor E ;e YV Richards,
Thomas Hart, Mnrdr-cni . Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, Aib lphe E Boric,
Bau.uelGram, Davids B.own,
Jacob R. siniilh, Mnrrw Patleraon.
iJontinii". to make insurance, perpetual or limited, on
avers decription of propeftf • tw n and cuumr>, at
rates as b-w a? are ci)it*islciit with security.
Tim f.Vinp-tny l.ave reserved • targe V .ritingent Fund,
vi.ii h vvitli their f'.ipitn! and Preriiiiiuis, safely invested,
iirt' .r i? ample protection to the assured.
Til-- assets of the Compart), on Jniu iry Ist. l w H,as
~Wished agreeably to an Act of As?mn"ly, were as tot
''A ' V 7 Mortgages, GC '
Real Estate, I' ' ■ W
Temporary Loar.3, 12 . 5-'
Cash, &.c. d.',lsi 8<
g 1,220,097 67
Since their incorporation, a period of eiahteen vcars,
the) have paid upw in!? of one million two hundred thou
,i,l dollars losses by fire, lli reUy aff.rding evidence of
: the advantages of insurance, as well as the ability and
! Deposition to nice', w nil i-r-uiiptn' -s liabilities.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President.
! CIIAIII.ES G. HAS. nut, Secretary.
For terms apply R- Y, IIALE, Lewis
town. apl4 ly.
fx 1V ft Ef COJB ft AIN T.
JAUNDICE. DYSPEPSIA, CHRO
nic or Nervous Debility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from
a Disordered Liver or Stomach in both
Male and Female :
Such as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood
to the Head, A< i-!isy of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Fowl, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach,
I Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult
I Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or suffocat
ing sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of vi
siuii. Dots or webs before the sight, Fever and dull pain
i in the Head, Deficient y of perspiration, Yellowness of
the skm and yea, poi-i iu the ftule, B irk, Chest, Liiubj,
&c., sudii--n Flushes of lleat, Burning in the Flesh, con
stant imaginings of evil arid great depression of spirits,
j can be effectually cured by
Dr, Hooflan&'s Celebrated
Their puwer over the above ulceus. .l is not excelled—/
1 equalled by any r/r-r prep-.r t. 11 in 'he Ur.tted State*,as
th' cure* alt's!, 1:1 iu .f j c ists nf'.rr .-'.''ful p!,ycicians had
llf aa.NCEUE.VT or THE uvea and uTOMACaare sources
of lusaiiity, anrl w ill also produce disease of the Heart,
Skin I.engs arid Kslni and it; Mr body open to an
ittai k of the Cholera, tti ious. or Yellow Fever, and i*
ly Ilia fust cause of Hi it iho*i uantlul disease,
Opinions of the Philadelphia Press.
" ti; I):-'pat-*!t," Decern!" r says:
,\n l>v,c tßi : V.'.DP iv.;. tYe nave frequently
heard t'.i rt lebrnied G- ru.nl Bitter.-, manufactured by
l' If il i, spot -n of in 'erurs cf coniiuendation, and
S we know d-. rv. "y Is is ' too common practice, in
- r, . <p.; triers, to puif aii iiiriii.it; of useless trash, but
in tnc • t-e of tlie above Bitter >, li indred? are living wit
n- -.-■ of their tit- at moral and ; liysical worth. As a
i-;• !i- ine tor ti.e l.iver Complact, Jaundice, Nervous
1). .city, a -! I)y-|ieps;i. t lias been fund invaluable,
- •ii cur. a and 'i. v.-ou-.-hly t i td:< aling diseases when
•it .:r 1..C..P h lve fiili d \V"e feci convinced, that in
Hie u-e i l the Gt-ini ili Bitters, the patient does not be
' eonM del 1 ! ;t r.- -t ;••!'> cairn, strength and vigor
to tin- r.uue—a fii t rile ef great cons id- ration. The
It ,i: re pi- nl : 1 taste'-.i,c u. 11, and can be admin
istered u: ;• r any 1 r i.nni.m —s to the most delicate
- 'on.ii ' I I-: .!, they can be used ny all p- rsons with
the most ~-i.til s I. ty. It would be well for those af
fect :in tlie m rvou- \ stem, t-- caiiimence u ith one tea
•nful or less, and 11 niuaily increase We speak from
, .i-r;.-i -e. ar-d are of course a proper judge. The press
far and wide have united iu recontnu adr g the German
Hto is, and to the- afflicted we most cordially advise their
41 Spit il tif ihe Times," June 24, savs :
"D0..:;r,. i /. who are H.vnl.ds, know the ma
ny a>* <?.ii.ig >. ur- s that have been p< rformed by Dr
Ilocflinil's eel--braird German Bitters 1 It" they do not.
we r- 1.1, mi :, 1 tiieiu to the 'German Medicine Store,*
; alt w iio are affected with I iver Complaint, Jaundice,
I Dyspepsia, or Nervous Debility ; the doctor hag cured
IS] of narcti /-ns afic-r the pnysu i m had failed.
• V\ < liav ns-* J then;, anil thee hive proved to be a medi
cine :t • v-ry : sli.oii.i kn..w of, arid we cannot re
i i iin givii - our tr-tiir.ouy in tin <1 favor, and that which
Hi- 1 cr. p. ; i i.upon our humble effort is, they
i are can re.,, vegetable.
" flit; Daily News," J.J!\ 4iii, says :
"UV <pe c ten- vvngly . 1* Dr Houlßand's celebrated
German Bitter*, when we say it t? a blessing Ofthi* age;
: and in di-eu?-* of ill. biliary, digest ivr- and nervous sys
■ 1 - it I. •* it- t we tiioik an • q ui. It is a Vegetable
Prep ,ri,n n, c dmr.dt t J3tc I, and to all invalids
1 we woui i revmninend 11 as worthy their confidence."
..E\D ill:-: FOLLOWING:
It is ft ,0 o.ie 1 our first di ..gists, ; , gentleman favor
atdy known tiir.-nghoutth-- United tales —the proprietor
; of the * Medicated VV-um Syrup:'
I'Ht iDCtrttii. Nov. 22d, ISJS.
Dear sir—lt is with much pleasure that I testify to the
' extraordinary vir'ues of your li la.an Bitters, having
gold I ,r; ly of iheiu th- si 'lst few months to various
Pet? is, afflicted with itver com,-Units,dyspepsia, and
| -!• 1"y of t.i- nervous sy-t-m. I cause • onscieultous
; '■> ti: t thev an: the best article of the kind I have ever
sold, (.sltd i dt- il in ail the popular medicines,) anu lcon-
I snler it t!i ■ only 114 .l.ciue for Hie above diseases before
J the public.
j 1 Inn • n- vt r sold ot.e bottle that ha? not given satisfac
tion. mi- hi tighi fi.rth the comrn-r.datiou of those who
J used it.
; i deem this my duty both to you a* the proprietor of
, this highly vsiu.ihh art), 1.-, anil to thc-e afdicted with the
ve •■••pq. an ts, that tlr.-y may know of its curative
j p.op rues, nn ito enable th*iu t . select Ihe good from the
x arti- leg with wli ch our market is flooded.
i Wuh much respect, 1 remain yours, ttc.
J N. HtlBENhAt K. Druggist,
corner of Second and Coate* street*.
JA FN DICE & LIVER DOM FLA INT
( ured nfltr Physicians had failed.
! hUadr:phi,:, December 27, 1848
Dear s.r It is w th tccliugsol pleasure 1 comuiuuicAte
to cu th.: sanative effects (and m a short time) of your
i invaluable Hoeil.mil's celebrated Geiinan Bitters, upon
, uij sy cteiir w bile laboring under tlie Jaundice. About
: Uv " - V4>irs 3 1-*" 1 ll: 'd an attack of the Jaundice and was
| confined to the hot. ,- iir Weeks under medic, ! treatment of
th, i-im,!, Pnysiciau, and for s.me time after, when 1
went out I had to very caret ;! of myself; since that time
li eve had several attack* of the same disc aar, and your
| Bitters have entirely leheved aod cured me in two or
I three My next door neighbor, Mr. JOHN DIEHL,
last sp.H'jr, bad a long and serious spell of Jaundice; he
; had 1; some time before 1 knew it ; he was confined to his
•>ed. As so, 11 a* I heard of Ins condition I called to see
"t,u and told hiui of Uie effect your Bitters had upon me
iu Die same disease. lie. immediately sent for a bottle',
! and i ,r /, r day* he vaseur.J. 1 have in several instan
ces recommended the Outers in other cases, always pro
! '! ut l,;s lh * r happy effect. My wife bis been const
| derably afflicted with Liver ("omplaiiitand Neuralgia; by
the use. of the Bitters she is well, now enjoying good
health. Wo I•lo ve trout the many euros we know of
Ihese Bitters effecting, lhat limy possess in a remarkable
:m. extraordinary degree great curative properties, and
thai which enhruccf their value with us w, they are en
tirely vegetal-l". We always kc.-p the Bitters 011 hand,
ami would nor he \\ tiling to tie without ttu 111.
Very rcspertfuilv, your?,
< ■ I'll*.lit •., jVOSsjiti Emnt street.
Can stronger t- stuuom be adduced by any preparation
butore tite public ! a single bottle will convince any one
- t their power over disease. Yh.y are E.m isklv YEOE
ran- , n,.d will pennun.mtly d stroy the re,i sbjftnafs
<•' ' • "..l ve •••length mid vigor to the frame, at
no tune tl imitating the patient; being also grateß,! to
th. most delicate Mom.., h under any circumstances, and
u he administered with perfect safety l- delicate mftants
-i;ic, a,.' iree I.om Nr rcps,.de,.:s. Caloi.tr!, and !
an i t ,! ii.juriouii iitgr?<2iei ls
They can be taken at all time, and under all cjrcnm- i
-a! 1 a' wIU l ,rev< "' thftt. having :
over d.'le ' " U ,u) result can accrus fiour an
F-r sale, wholesale and retail, at th? principal Depot.
• "Man-.., ,a nc Store, 27c Race street, I'hiladelphia.
5w al ° ,v istowu by WM MARKS
i ' - .and reapt'oLuk' doautrt in cvorv town
In tae ©tale. unll -ly
Tricks of (^uacl;*!
LET ALL HEAD THIS C AItLFLLI.Y
\ NUMBER of men under tlie name of Bkiii mjr
Thoni.oson dr. Go , have employed a man by the nam'
of Jacob Towns.:nd, to use Inname to |nil up a .Sir-,-!
pnrill.i, which they call ' Old Or. Townsend's Barsap U
rilia," Ac., and wish to eeli it to the public 03 the je !Su .
iite and original Or. Townsend's Sarsapsrilla. Tti.,
Townsend has been employed in peddling books at,;
cheap publication* for a number of years before be e,;
this honorable situation, lire public arc cautioned not: ,
be deceived and purchase none, if they wish the g- jii m
but such as are put up in splendid steel plate wtaupe;j,
and signed by A". P. I'OH A S£<A IJ.
I> ft. T OWNS END ' S
COMPOUND EXTSACT OP
X A R S A P A R 1 L L A •
Wonder and Blessing of the Age.
The .M"St Extraordinary Medicine in the ir.j-J
This Extract is put up in Quart Bottles ; it is si. t;
cheaper, pteaaiiter,and warranted superior t innysuM
It cures without vomiting. purging, sickening, or dek,;
tatii.g the patient.
The great beauty ami superiority of litis Sarsaparii'.i
over all oilier medicines is, that w bile it eradi.-.v , t
disease, it invigorates '.he body. It is one of the very b*, t
Spring' and Summer Medicine* ever known; it nut or.
purifies the whole system, and strengthens the per-:
but it create* new, pare and rich blood: a power p„,,
by no other medicine. And iu this lies the grand i r .j
of its wonderful success. It has performed within the
last five years 111 re than 100,000 cure- of severe case? ~f
disease; at leastl3,ooo were considered incurable. it> : „
saved the lives of more than 3,000 children duringihe 1* ,
! past seasons.
10.000 caces of General Debility and want ef Xert.jut
' Encrgy*~\)i. Townsend's iSarsaparilla invigorates t _
whole system permanently. To those who have |, s .
1 their muscular energy by the effects of medicine or indis
cretion comniitted in youth, or the excessive induigeure
of the passions and brought 011 a genertUpby -ical pr. -; ra .
tion of the nervous system, lassitude, want of ambition,
fainting sensations, premature decay and decline.hasten
ing towards that fatal disease, Consumption, can be en
j tirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This Barsapa
rilla is far Bttpertor to any INVIGORATING COHDIAL,
: as it renews and invigorates the system, gives activity to
the limbs, and strength to the muscular system, in a most
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can be cured
Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver Complaint, Colds, Ca
tarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Soreness in
the chest, Hectic Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Pro
fuse Expectoration, Pain in the Side, &c., have be ta
and can be cured.
JVew York, AprilSS, IST
Da. Townsekb —I verily believe that your Sarsapv
rilla has been the means, through Providence, of sa..
my life. 1 have for several years had a bad Cough p
became wor?e and v orse. At last I raised large quart;-
ties of blood, hail night Sweats, and was greatly detu'ita
ted and reduced, and did not expect to live. I have only
used your Sarsaparilla a short time, and there his 1
wonderful change been wrought in me. lam now able
to walk ail over the city. 1 raise no blood, and my cough
| has left me. You can well imagine that I am thankful
for these results. Y-'ir obedient servant,
WM. RUSSELL, 03Catharine--:
James Camming?, Esq., one of the assistants in the
Lunatic Asylum, Blackweil's island, is the gentleman
spoken of in the following letter. This is only one of
more than four thousand cases of Rheumatism that Dr.
; Townsend's Sariaparilla has cured.
Black well's Inland, Sept. 11, 1847.
Dr. Townsend —Dear Sir : 1 have suffered terribly for
nine years with the Rheumatism; considerable of the
time 1 couid not eat, sleep, or walk. 1 had the utmost
distressing pains, and my limbs were terribly swollen. I
have used four bottles of your Sarsapariila, and they
have done me more than one thousand dollars worth of
good. I am so much better—indeed, I am entirely re
lieved. You are at liberty to U6e this for the benefit of
the afflicted. Yours, respectfully, J AXES Cummixo-.
Fits ! Fits ! Fits /
Dr Townsend, not having tested his Sarsaparilia in
eases of Fits, of course never recommended it, and tva3
surprised to receive the following from an intelligent and
respectable Farmer in Westchester county :
Ford ham, August 13,1347.
Dr. Townsend—Dear Sir: I have a little girl seven
years of age, who has been several years afflicted with
Fits ; we tried almost everything for her, but without suc
cess ; at last, although we could find no recommendation
in our circulars for cases like hers, we thought, as she
was in very delicate health, we would give her sotnaof
your Sarsapariila, and are very glad we did, fur it not
only restored her strength, but she has had no return of
the Fits, to our great pleasure and surprise. She i? fast
becoming rugged and hearty, for which we feel grateful
Yours, respectfully, JOHN BUTLER, Jr
Great Blessing to Mothers and Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine for purify
ing ihe system, and relieving the sufferings attendant up
on chiid-hirth ever discovered, ft strengthens both the
mother and child, prevents pain and disease, increases
and enriches the food, those who have used it think it is
indispensable. It is highly useful both before and after
confinement, as it prevents diseases attendant upon rhild
birth—in Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, dwelling of the
Feel, Despondency, Heartburn, Vomiting, Pain in the
Back and Loins, False Pains, Hemorrhage, and iutegvtla
ting the secretions, Ac., it has no equal.
BEAUTY AND HEALTH.
Cosmetics, Chalk, and a variety of preparation? gere
rally in use, when applied to the face, very soon spoil it
of its beauty. They close tlie pores of the skin, and the.:*
the circulation, which, when nature is not thwarted by
disease or powder, or the skin inflamed by the
use J in soaps, beautifies its own production in the " h;•
man face Divine," as well as in the garden of rich a r.j
delicately tinted and variegated floweis. Ladies in the
noriii who take but little exercise or are confined in das?
rooms, or have spoiled their complexion by the application
of deleterious mixtures, if they wish to regain elasticity
of step, buoyant spirits, sparkling eyes and beautiful
compkxiors, they should use Dr Towns-nd's Sarsapt*
nlla. Thousands who have tried it, are more than sits
fied, are delighted Ladies of every station crowd our
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
1 hose tint imitate Dr Townsend's >nrsa; a:."a, luff
I invariably called their stuff a greet remedy for Deuclet.
4" c . , ami have copied our bills and circulars which fl
ute to the complaints of women, word for word—other
I 1 >;n who put up medicine, have, since the great success
of Dr. Townsend's Saniaparffla is complaints ; cder.t :■•
female*, recommended theirs, although previously the.
-ltd not. A number of these Mixtures, Piils. Ac . are in
jurious to females, as they aggravate dit-c/se, siul cadet
mine the constitution.
Tuis certificate conclusively proves thai this Bxt?!r*-
rilla h is perfect control over the most c.iis'inate ritscaws
01 the Blood. Three persons cured iu out house is t-fl
DR I i)\\ Nsrxn—l),-ar Sir: I have the pleasure to in
form you that thiec 01 m> children have bee it cures tins
r>< rofula by the use of your excellent medicine Uhtf
were afflicted very severely with bad sores; have uliea
only four bottles; il took them away, for which 1 tcel ?->"
sell under great obligation. Yours, res,ie,!f-i|>.
ISAAC W. GRAIN. 106 W sursireet
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIASS.
Dr. I -iivnsend is almost daily receiving ciders t." -a
Physicians iu .Liferent part* of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the ua.kr- c-ie.l, PhysiU?"
of the City of Albany, lure in numerous case# prescribe l
Dr rownsend's Saraaparill*. and believe it to be one of
the most valuable preparations in the market
1. D. Ruling, M D. J \Ylisuu, M D
'V-,, ""***' M U ' **• K Elautlidoi I, M. -
tAt I lON.—Owing to the great suctoss a- m :•
a,c of Dr. Townsend'a Sarsapariila, x number ( f "-'- h
1 10 .via formerly orr Agents, have commence J mak"
I. xtracts. Elixirs. Hitters, I'xtractsof 1"-'*
nek, Ac. They generally put it up in the saiue shap-"**
• •tiles, and some of them have stole and copied cur - d
vertisaments; ihey aro un j.. W oithless imitaiiiHis. #i " i
Shou'd be avoided.
Principal Oifiee, IOC FULTON street, Sun !hi:V:rg,N.
Y ; Red.ling A Co., 8 State si„ Ouaton ; ly >" *
lot North Second at., Philadelphia ; S. S lla-;. . Drug
gist, Baltimore; and by all ihe principal Drugf.-*'-'*"'•
Merchant* generally throughout the I rutcd StaU-s.
Indies and the Caiurtl-ts.
lUr 17/ A li LBS RITZ, Le •wistou:n, is 6c' p
Agent for Mirtim courtly, lor Ihe genuine
rownsend's Sir?pnrilla. By procuring
troin him, purchasers will i>e certainnt getting
the genuine article. ma3—tsV"
EL/.ITZ SOCKS. .
4 large stock oi Biank Bcniks, oti hand etfe
■i. V for sale, witolesaie or retail, bv
F. J. HOFFMAN'