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OSEPI-I. INVAVER )
Limber Merchant In Allentown.
Respectfully informs his friends and the
public in general, that he hai lately remov
ed his Lumber-Yard to the south side of
Hamilton street, near Weaver's Hotel. He
has lately received a very large supply ,of
all kinds of Boards and building timber,
Such as Yellow and White Pine, Floring
boards, Poplar boards, Scantling, Joists and
Planks, Dispel boards and Planks, Rafteri,
Ash Planks, Laths, Ladder trees, besides
all kinds of other Boards, Scantling, Posts,
Lath and Shindies, all of which he will sell
•ai, very reduced prices.
----Farmers, Carpenters and Builders, who
: •have occasion to use the different sorts of
timber he has for sale, will do well to give
him a call before they purchase elsewhere,
as he is willing to have his stock examined
He returns his sincere thanks .for the
many favours . be has heretofore 'received,
and feels confident that his extrem low
prices will be the means of receiving m ny
JOSEPH WEAV R;
,Tri'lal7' I'U.LB iii
The undersigned give public notice, that
they have entered into Partnership, in the
Mercantile business on the Ist of October
last, and are trading under the firm of Mertz
4. Landis. The establishment is opened in
the old stand, which has been rebuilt. They
have just received and are now opening a
very heavy stock of Goods. .
New Mercantile, Firm,
*incurs. Mertz &Landis,
Respectfully inform their friends and the
public in general, that they have opened
their new establishment, in the new brie
• door next to Dr. Danowsk a
and Drug Store, in Hami on
Borough of . Allentown, w ere
they are now unpacking a very larg as
- '. - DRY GOODS -..!.:_
0 Grocer ie f
illOr li ' i '111 .1 11:
1„ „. • ;t i . - Queens, Glans r - .1•.-7L
' and . • thenware, all of which they will dis
pose of at the very lowest prices or exchange
them for country produce.
' They will sell all 1:;,, , t- -
-___ at least $1 cheap'
Sitinetts, -- "25----cek.,
yard, white red rfd - y‘...
cents per yar, handsome Ili.
find Muslin e Laines at 121 cents per
yard, other goods comparatively cheap.
The have both been in the mercantile bu
siness for a number of years, and are fully
satisfied that they have selected a stock of
goods as cheap if not cheaper than ever be
fore offered in Allentown, and are determin
ed to sell them at a very small advance.
They hope therefore that through strict at
tention to their business, they will be able
to draw a large share of public patronage .
for which they will ever be thankful.
MERTZ S. LANDES.
Look Here t
All kinds of country Produce taken in
exchange for goods, suck as Clover seed and
Grain, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow, Wax,
Soap, Hams, dried Apples, Cherries, Fla. ,
rags, carpets, wood, yarn, potatoes, fowls,
cord; &c. &c., for which we will pay the
highest market prices.
MEATS & LANDS.
Dissolution of Paytnership.
The Partnership•heretofore existing un
der the firm of Mertz (S• Weaver, ,An the
mercantile business, in the Borough of Al
lentown, was dissolved on the first , of Octo
ber 1848, by mutual consent. All those
who may yet hol ie bills r other claims
against said firm, vil p ease present them
for payment immediately. And all such
whorare indebted in the books of the firm,
are hereby notified, to call at the old stand
where the books will remain for settlement,
'until the first of January. We return our
sincere thanks for the very liberal patronage
extended to us, and hope it, may be extend
ed to the new firm.
II ') T
AT GEORGE CULIN'S,
S utheast corner of Second and Market Strs.
-Gentlemen visiting the city, and wishing
to supply themselves with Cheap and Fash
ionable Winter Clothing, will find a large,
complete and choice assortment of
Bangup Coats, Cloaks, Business Coats,
Dress and Frock Coats, Boys Coats
in great variety, made of .11meri.
can English 4- French Cloths.
ALSO--Pantaloons for men and Boys
made of Cassimeres, Doe Skins. Satinetts,
&c., &c.,—Vests for men and Boys of Silk,
Satin, Velvet, Cloth and Cashmere. Also,,
Shirts, Stocks, Handkerchiefs, &c., at the
lowest possible priees for CASH. Remem-.
ber, •we will sell as cheap as any Clothing
Establishment in the United States.
Southeast Corner of Second and Market
Streets Philadelphia. 1
H tlyeiventol itt the Mkt sr e*P
W. W. WEAVER,
R. C. CRANDLEILA. E. Principal. •
Idr.E.Foote Associate, Male Dep. and Prof. of French.
Mm. J. G. 11. Blydenburg, Female Dep.- ,
The nett term (of 11 weeks) of this in
stitution commences on Monday November
The branches taught include all those of
a good English education together with the
modern and ancient Languages, Vocal and
Instrumental music, Surveying, Book-keep
ing, &c. Patticular attention is paid to th -
study of the English Language, as a Lan
guage, as well as to Vocal music and Deck- I
motion, branches, too often overlooked in
.I oarding Scholars.
The Principal would like to receive five
pupils, into his family to whose comfort and
improvement, his undivided attention will
$36 per term will meet every necessary
expense excepting Books and Tuition : The
price of the latter in the English studies va
ries from three to five dollars per session,
with an extra charge of $1 when classical
studies are added.
The most satisfactory references will be
given upon application although the Princi
pal relies rather upon that recomineudation
which always attends capability and fideli
ty, than upon .that of others.
R. C. CHANDLER.
Boot, Shoe and Hat Store.
The undersigned have just opened a New
Boot, Shoe, Hat and Variety Store, in the
well known stand, formerly occupied by
Ludwig Schmidt's Drug Store, Allentown.
Their stock comprises every variety of Boots
and Shoes for the 'present and approaching
season, viz :
Men's and Boys' Thich, Kip and Calf
Boots, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' MO,
rocco, Kid and Leather boots and shoes of
every variety, superior Gaiter and half Gai
ters, together with an extensive assortment
of Gum shoes for men, women and children ;
children's shoes and gaiters of every varie
ty; Trunks, &c. Also a larger and more
fashionable stock of Hats and Caps than
was ever exhibited in Allentown. Extra
Moleskin Silk and Beaver hats of Fall and
Winker st le, got up in the most exquisite
manner; :Iso Fu Brush and Wool hats
of every . • • non, A large and beatiTil9l
assortment f Cloth, Pliish, Glazed and 'Vel
vet Caps, mbrellas, Cam phine, Fluid and
Lard La ps, Stockings, Gloves, &c. &c., all
o vh' • I will be sold at the very lowest
prices, for cash. Come and See.
LOCIIMAN & BROTHER.
rE®'C. L: Lachman has removed his Da
guerreotype Gallery to the same building,
(second floor,) where he will continue to take
likenesses in his well known beautiful style.
111.4V1 - 11:1Bk
Is hereby given, that the undersigned
,been appointed Executors last
Will and Testament of George Beek, dec'd.
late of the township of Upper Milford, Le,
high county. - Therefore all those persons
who are indebted to said estak..be it in bonds,
notes or otherwite, will see the necessity of
Settling their accounts within two months
Ind such, who have any demandS against
' aidASkate will present their claims well au
thrimtici4d to eijh.er of the undersigned with
in the abeve-S - Pecifieflime.
FRED. Siamese, Berk o. • Ex rs. '
Ciry. o. W. WEIKEL, U. Mil .
Ileutist in Allentown.
RespeCifully informs his friends
issa= and the public in general, that he
still continues the practice of his profession
in all its various. branches,•'such as filing,
cleaning, pluggingand inserting from a sin
gle tooth to a full set, on moderate terms.
His office is in the second story, above
the Store of Grim & Reninger, on the North
west corner of Market Square, entrance on
Mr. HIRAM Baotryints practiced as Den
tist in this place(for last three months,
and in consequenee of his superior abilities
in the profession, we recommend hi to the
public. CYRENIUS WILLIAMS(M. D.
L. FLENTIE, M. D.
N. C: HALscv, M. D.
SAMUEL B. PRICE, M. D.
Nesquehoning, Pa., August 30, 1818.
November 9. 11-3rn
WASHINGTON GALERY OF DAGUERREOTYPES,
No. 234 NORTII SECOND STREET,
North West corner of Callowhill Street,
The Likenesses taken and beautifully cell
ored at this well known establishment, for
One Dollar, are universally conceded to be
equal in every respect to any in the city.
Pictures taken equally well in cloudy and
clear weather. A. large assortment of Me
dallions and Lockets on hand, at from $2
to 5, including the picture.
The subscribers respectfully invite the
citizens of Lehigh county, to call and exam
ine specimens of the latest improvements
in the art of Daguerreotyping, which will
be exhibited cheerfully and without charge.
T. &. J. C. TENNENT.
July 4. ¶-6m.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office East of the Court House and nearly
opposite, at the corner of Margaret and
May 1g *LAIR
New Apothecary Sto , e I
Dr, WHAM F. Di FOAMY,
Takes this method' to inform his friends,
and' the public in general, that he now oc
•cupies his new building, a few doors eazi'of
Hagenkuch's Hotel, and has again opened 1
a very large and splendid
Apothecary and Drug Store.
His building the public will remember is
one door east of Mertz's Store, it Hamilton
street in themßorough of Allentown. . • :.
As the whole of his stock of Drugs, Medi
cines and Fixtures, besides House and-Fur
niture, have been destroyed by the devour
ing elements on the Ist of June last—made
it necessary for him to lay in an entirtl new
~.2 DRUGS .AND MEDICINES,
i --- 4 , 7 all of which he can warrant to be
. i..*- pinuine, and of the best quality.
• All kinds of Medicinal preparations such
as Balsam de Malta, Gold Tincture, Pills,
Horse-powders &c. &c.,. pat up in suitable
forms for the contrenience.of his customers.
He.also keeps an assortment of Surgical
Instruments, - Trusses, Paint Oil, &c., all of
which he will sell lower than ever before
'offered in this place.
He also keeps an assortment bf hanging
and counter Lamps, Lamp glasses, all kinds
of fasihiorthle -- Pe i - neries, suck as Oil of
Rose. Millfleucr lurgatnot. &c.; Hair oils,
of different kinds, _ cy and Shaving Soap ;
Letter Soap ; Flair and. Tooth Brushes ;
Tooth Powder, and a large assortment of
Fancy Articles, al! of .frbich will be-sold at
the very lowest cash prices. •
Ile invites Physicias, • Country merch
ants and others, to give r\
Wm a call at his new
establishment, .and exat ine his stock of
brags and Medicines, and he can assure
them that they are not only all fresh and
newly selected with the greatest care, but
that he is also able to sell them at least 30 per
cent cheaper than ever before offered in Al
Thankful for the many favors he has re
ceived before the fire, he trysts that a gen
erous public vv . nor forget to continue their
patronage freely, 'a order that he may be
able to make up the i eavy loss, that he has
sustained by the fire the Ist of June.
November 9. ¶-2w
--- ---- _ _ - --
Dr, William F. Danowsky.,
Returns his - thanks to Lis friends for the
confidence .reposed in him, and at the same ,
time offers his professional services by day 1
or night. In chronic diseases, he relies upon ;
his fame. In midwifery he prides himself
to say, that he never attended a case with
fatal results. He treats without mercury, I
and can say, the no case of alivation can
be proven, in a p tice of twelve years in
Lehigh county. 1
November 9. 11--6 w
almanacs ! Almanacs 1 .
DR.D 1 . JAYNE would respectfully n-
form the publio that he publishes an , ally
for gratuitous pistribution,.• by hit • elf and
all his Agents. art Almanac, call
:layne's Medical Almanac,
AND °EIDE TO IIEATII. •
The calcuiations for this Almanac are
made with care anthaccuracy and for
five differept Latitudes and Longitudes, so
as to make them equally useful as a Calen
dar in every part of the United States and
British North America. They are printed
on good paler, and with handsome new
[ type, and aneatly,bound, and besides be
ing% the neatest nd most accurate Calendar
printed in a}e pited States, they contain
a large aino.int"Of•valuable information, suit
ed to the waintst all, and of that •nd too,
which canndt b . fotind in - books. .
HIS CATALOGUE OF DISEASES, ASES,
% 'lt rerii i ty
s.-i--'4'Nil and directions for their remov
al i 3 invaluable, and make them wel
come vislers in every house they enter.
Every Ninny should possess at least one of
these Antuals. His' Almanac for 1549 is
now reap for distribution, of which he de
signs to Publish at feast TWO MILLIONS,
,in older that they every family in the
United States and British America, may be
l•furnished with a copy, he hereby invites
I MERCHANTS AND S t TOREKEEPERS
to forward their orders to him as early as
possible, and they shallt.. uppplied GRA-
TUITOUSLY, with as ma copies as they
may deem. necessary to su ply their vari
ous customers. They area o invited at the
same time, to send a copy 'cf their "BUST=
NESS CARD," which will be printed and
placed on the cover of the Almanacs sent
them, also without Charge.....
They are also requested to give all neces
sary directions how the Almanacs should
be forwarded to tbeni. By law they Can
not be sent by mail
_unless the postage is
first paid on them here. • •
Orders (post paid,) directed to Dr. D.
JAYNE, Philadelphia, will meet with
Lk' r ATIIIL lEcan obtain these Al
manac Gratis of Lewis Schmidt
&C I . agars for the sale of Dr. JAYNE'S
CEL MATED FAMILYMEDICINES.
No 30. • . ¶-4w.
tilii s 01i k k I /II i - 5l is
ice is aereby given, theft the Partner
ieretobre existing under the firm of
, nbac./1 Sellers; in the Coachrqaking
at South Bethlehem, Northampton
Fy; was by mutual consent dissolved on
61st. of October last. Such therefore
ire indebted, or have any claims against
firm, are earnestly requested to call up
r. Lokhenbach, who has the books in
ession, and settle their accounts.
LticnENßAcn & SELLERS.
tri The business will be continued in all
arious branches, at the ' , old stand." He
ites hie friends and the public in general
ve hirt a call, and he feels assured that
can accommodate them inevery respect.
THOMAS B. .LUCHENBACII.
Slot ..Betbleheatiov. 20.
Clocks. Violins and Bows, also, Violin
The aim aam iv new, and 7
lected with beg] and of the latest
fashions am stl
lie invitt , t t. give him a call,
ptirtionlarly 110 I.a.dies, and toil x mine his
beautiful slot; Of Jewelry ; and he feels con
fident that he•k'n satisfy them that his goods
inli not only Isl cheap as can be found in
Town, but wi: tear the strictest examina
tion for theirrittity. _ •
He is thankat for past favors and trusts
that his prices ,M 1 his beautiful assortment
will bring him many new customers, to
whom he will e er feel grateful.
EV - Repairing:Of Clocks: Watches, Jew
elry, &c. will be Tone at the shortest notice,
all of which he warrants to be done well, at
the usual prices
LOOK HERE !:
,emeinber tht well know n
Formerly carried on I,y Tobias Hoffert, de- i
ceased, and latterly ty Ludwig Wolf, in
-Williams street, Borouß of .
Charlel - A Halbach,
Embraces this opportunity to inform respect
fully the public in (reneral, that he has taken
in possession the above t named Wheelright
Establishment, which will in future be car
ried on by him on an extensive scale. -
e is prepared to manufacture to order,and
so keep on hand, heavy and light Wagons,
"arts, Wheel-barrows, Ploughs, Harrows,
Wago odies, Ladders, & &
c. c. which for
y and good workmanship cannot be
surpa ed. His prices will be reasonable,
and t re advantageous than in any other
estabO, ment. He flatters himself that he
has employed as good and skillful, if not the
best hand, that can be found in this county.
His materials are of the best quality, com
pletely seasoned. He has an assortment of
Wagon-bows always on hand.
Being known as a good and experienced
workman, in all the various branches of the
baSiness, encourages him to solicit old and
former customers, for their patronage. Be
ing able to warrant his work for durability
and neatness to the entire satisfaction of all
Fe - Repairing of all kinds in his line of
business will be attended x th
ness, punctuality and de
pate and on the
most reasonable terms. . .
Allentown Septembt4 21. ¶-3M
Notice is hereby given, that an Applica
tion will be made to the next Legislature for
a Bank, to be located in the Borough of Al
lentown, Lehigh county, to be, called the
Allentown Bank of Lehigh county, with - a
capital of One Hundred Thousand Dollars,
with„liberty to commence banking opera
tions when $50,000 are paid in. ,
GEORGE STEIN, HENRY WEINSIIEIMER,
Wm. EDELMAN, OWEN SAEGER,
J. Q.. COLE, A. G. RENINGER,
AMOS ETTINGER, DANIEL FATZINOER,
JONATHAN COOK, FIENRY SCHSURMAN,
JOSHUA, HASSE, EPIIRAIM GRIM,
Allentown, July 1,1848. 11-6 m:
Cure for the TootliAcli9.
Persons who are troubled with this pall
lul disease, can procure a positive rempy.
from the undersigned, at a very-modeyate"
price. It also possesses the. quality ofkre
serving the teeth from further decay. i Such
therefore who are troubled with' thefooth
ache, will know where to find a curfor? it.
The undersigned citizens of A ..ntown,
have used the Tooth Ache Drops f Daniel
Keiper, and can recommend the as an ef
fectual remedy for the painful ditease. 0
J. W. Mickly, Willie Burger,
Geo. Kezber, Jerern . hSchnobel,
Sarah• Massey, Henr Hardner,
Dan. Zacharias, Him Beers,
Robert Kramer, Peter Diehl, *
Henry Schivartz, E• clitngvvere,
W. T. Derr, G. Gangwere,
November 9. . f ¶-3m
Mrs. Matilda ce,kman,
Respectfully inforos tl
town, that she has agai
self opposite the Acrid - ern
always keep on hand
Pound, iloudion 4. 41
She will also bake
and Pies to order, an
community will extol
New Goods!, New — Goods! •
rretz, Kern Ar. Co,
Have just returned from Philadelphia and
New York with a large and splendid assort
ment of Dry Goods, suitable for the season
.'—consisting in part of
Cloths, Cassinters, Sattincis,
.Vestings, Velvets, Checks, Mous de Loins, I
Bombazines, A Ipacas, phi ii and Satin striped 1
Cashmeres, Brochn, Terkire, Thibit Merino'l
and other Shawls. I
ALso—Lacks, Ribbons, Gloves, Carpets, I
Hose, &c. &c. I
1 4.;; ,,. A fresh supply ~.„,,„2 , .... 1
~:Air.,-;/ nu! of Groceries, such ', 1 s' ,
and I tom -
_ty!..g it! k i li 1 , 1 ,, as litirtava, ant, 1 . cr i
:'—' other frees u- -- '? 1
gars,Teas Chocolatit, Spi s, Molasses,.,, .m
-' Mon and r il, Indigo, ',Wad er, I
Alum, DI Wl's, &c.: all of which wi trol
sold in large and small quantities to suit put ,
I chasers.' I
'As it is the intention to change the firm
the coming sprlhgrthey. mean tq reduce,:
, their stock, and in order to do so they will
!Sell their goods at very reduced prices.
October 26. ,'-w
lion street, in
tfully informs his
is in geneial, that.
; new house, and
1w York, with a
d stock of
and 24 hour
. It comprises
other the follow
u. Levers ; Anker
'rench did Swiss
, Gold pens, Gold
Tea' and Table
of articles in his
also on hand a
Slime coal l Plaster and Salt.
1500 Tons-of 'Stone Coal of various-kinds.
50 Tons of Plaster.
1 ii gnshe Liverpool around Solt.
200 Sacks do. . do. do.
50 do. do, fine do. ..
Just received and for sale by
PRETZ, KERN S Co.
A perfectly new and complete six inch
needle Compass and Chain made by h. Dra
per in Philadelphia, will be sold clieni
the undersigned. The compass is warran--
ted to be Terfect. Apply at •Lochman and
Brothers' Cheap Variety Store.
C. L. LOCHMAN.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
OFFICE, No. 163 CHESNUT STREET,
near Vinh street.
kn hatles N. Bancker, G N:o. W. Richards,
Fr tunas li-inn, - M D. Lewis,
bias I , 'a,t,fiter, . o Boric,
Samuel Grant, David . Brown,
Jacob R. Smith, Morris 'atterson.
' CONTINUE to make Insure, permanent
and limited, on every description of property, I n
town and country, ai rates as low as are consis
tent with security.
The Company have reserved a large Contin
gent Fund, which with their Capital and Premi.
ums, safely invested, afford ample protection to
The assets of the company, on January Ist
1848, as pu eag eeably . to an Act of As
semhly, eas follows, viz:
Me tgages, $890,558 65
Since their incorpert.
years, they have paid
Imo hundred Mourn:ll d
by Affording evidence
ranee, as n u. as •he oty
Meet with promptness, all liabilk
CHARLES N. BANG!
CHARLES.G. BANCKER, Sec's
The Subscrilers are the appointed Agents of
the above meitioned Institution, and are now
prepared to mike insttrances . on every descrip
tion of properly. at the lowest rates.
AUGUSTUS L: RUHE, Allentown.
C. P. BLECK, Bethlehem; •
Allentown,:une 13, 1848.
JOHN T. MATC a -
!Pallor in entown.
'his' st/respectfu informs his friends and
'his ol i.N • ers in general, that he has e'S
tablistd himself on the south side of Hamil
ton s Feet, a few doors below Pretz, Kern &
Co's lore, and will at all times be ready to
Ina gentlemen's gannen after the latest
Lo lon, Paris, N't , w York nd hiladelphia
Il j s
;He pledges himself to give entire satisfac
tim to,those who may favor him with their
patronage, and at the same time desires to
)resent c. h is acknowledgments for past favels
and solicits a contintAncNWlrsaine.
November 2. l--6w
wo c a. , l E , 1
Notice is hereby given, that the under
signed have taken out, letters of Administra
tion of the estate of Jolin Brong, dec'd, late
ofSalsburg township; Lehigh county. •There
fore all those who are indebted te — §aid es
tate, will see the necessity of settling tNeir
accounts within 6 weeks, and such who
have dny demands against said estate, will
present their claims well authenticated with
in the above specified time.
Exchange, Third Story Phil,
The Hon. HENRY CLAY visiting tit' •
Establishment for the, purpose of having a
Daguerreotype taken, expressed flattering
opinions on this favorite place of the “beau
ty and fashion" of Philadelphia, and Nast
numbers of strangers resort to it to procure .
a really good Daguerreotype. The Propri
etors will make every exertion to extend the
long established fame of this well known
Establishment. Family Groupes, Groupes
of Children, and single Portraits of all sizes
ire executed equally well.
Philadelphia April, 25.
citizens of Allen
. established her
, where she will
e a d
her kind of Cakel.
nd . make up Bread
hopes that a feeling
to her,their former
ENGLISH & GERMAN
JOB PRINTING ,
Of every description, neatly executed at the
Office of the , "%later,"
Real Estate, "" 108,358 90
Temporary Loans, 125,459 00
Stocks, 51,563 25
Cash, &c., 46,158 67
301-IN APPEL, Salsburg.
GEORGE BRONG, Bucks Co.
administrato rs de bonis non
Cheap Hat a.d Cap Store.
Hamilton Street n. ,rly opposite Weiss
* 4 Hotel, .4 intown.
Jacob D. Boas,
Takes this method to inform
and customers, that he still contimties•itV':'* :
Hatmaking and Cap" busineis,
constantly on hand, a large assort4iitit..4l l / 4 .
the olbst fashionable, tt.
Beaver, Nutre, Brush, Russia,. ;.:
Napped Hats, which he wil s ° e7'tlit
.the lowest prices. .17 - lso—a large
assertmrnt of' Me s, Boys •
.. and Chihlrens Caps, at
--- very reduced prices.' .
He is likewise_prepared to,Ranulacture: •
to order Hats at the shortest pciisible notice.,
Thankful for past favors he hopes to en,
joy a continuance of patronage, as he feels;
confident that his Hats, fully recommend
tV'Sucli who are indebted to .him for
some - length of time, will please recollect,
that their accounts should be promptly sett
led, and it is expected. will not be tiegleCtOkt;i;
Nov. 9. •
ROG 13116 W ,"
WINE & LIQUOR SII*R
NO. 323 MARKET ST .. 1 3%
Between Eighth and. Ninth sid&
All kinds of Furi.•ign Wines and Liquor •
Ohl Cognac Brandies, Dark
„ .ff` and Pali!', Holland Gin, Ja—
. I , ' N ,_, :a l l ! maim Spirits,lrishandScoteht
1 4 • 4 '"" -- ' l Malt Whiskey, of the very ,
l i viNES. 7 --Such as Madeira, Por ,
Sherri,' e c ifii.!, Sweet Malaga. Mu c ,
! Chiret t' id C rnpagne, very choice . .
Also, Manufacturer of Domestic Distille
Brandy and Gin, Pure Spirits, Deoderizedi
A Ichohol, Peach Brandy, LavenderTran
dy, Wild Cherry Brandy, and Fine Cordi'
als,RaFTberry Brandy, New Englaudlinm.
&c.. &c., also a large supply of ;fine Old.
Monongahela Whiskey on hand.
The above Liquors will be sold at the Ve—
ry lowest prices. Country Merchants and.
Tavern Keepers, will do well to give the un—
dersigned a call before Purchasingelsewhere,
and ,Isamine the Liquors, which he vouch
es, Will bear the closest scrutiny; recollect.
number 323 Market street.
( C orr e c t e d Wee.kly from - Bichnelex,ranCuurt's cottr
Bk of k Aracrica • par. Mechanics bank of
Bk of nnsylv. par; Newark
Dank o Commerce !Mechanics bank at
late Mo meiming par! Burlington p
13k of N Liberties par! Mechanics & Man-
Bk of Pe In 'rciwits. par ufacturers bank p
Farmers •-*Mechan.par ! Newark banking &
Kerisinclt par Ins. Company
Manor. & lechan par !.New Hope & Dela- . I
Bk of Chamb ,
Bk of Gettysb ,
Bk of Pittsbur
Bk of Susq. Ci
Bk of Chester
Bk of Germantt
Bic of Lewiston
Bk of Delaware
Bk of Middletowi
Bk of Mont;. Co
Bk of Northumbl
Bridge Comp. I
Farmers & Drove
Bank , 1
Franklin Bank 1
Farmers Bank - of
Bucks County I ar
Farmers Bank of,
Parmers' Bank r
Schuylkill co. par
1 Harrisburg Ban 1
Honesdale. Banl 1
Lancaster Bank , par
Lancaster Co. kpa
Lebanon Bank ,
_Lehigh Co. Bark .501
Miners Bank 0,
Merchants & Rinaf.
Bank, Pittsl t rg•
'es Banl ,
Morris Cy 1
merchatits and 'others, are here
d, that the far famous Pills of
' and Benjamin
1, are constantly kept for sale at.
of the "Lehigh Register" by the
xes, at Wholesale prieiff.'"•
7 • 1
ware Br. Comp. fa
Purples bank - • a.
Pr ik par
C o. par
5i.11 . 1• za
The Banks of the state
of Delaware are all at;
New York Cityks i
Chelsea bank 80.
Clinton bank - 50 .
Commercial hank HI
Lafayette bank 50'
Washington bank 70.
Bank of America 35.
do of Commerce 40
do of 'Brockport ; 36
do of Lodi 26
.do of Olean 36
do of Tonawanda 50
do of Lyons 2i
do of Western ,
New York • 30
llinghampton bank ' 40
Canal bank 2
Cattar gus ounty
Erie on ty bank, 50
Farmers bank ofBe- '
neca- county 30
Hamilton bank, 30'
Lewis county bank 80'
Mechanics bank at 46 •
Merchants bank at
Mi l l 3 l u et ir s a b lo ank of Ne ' w 40
Oswego bank 20
Phenix bank 95
Staten Island bank 50
State bank ofN Y 80
St ; Trrence bank 75 U
' n bank ; SS
....United States bank 30
r N. York bank. Co. 70
, r Tenth Wark bank, 25
White Plains bank 5
i. Oj'All other banks not
is mentioned in the above
6 .4 list are 'from 1 to llper
a i ' 1 'cent discount.
on I Banks marked with ti dash .
Irchaa d. by the brokers.
d Wrights Pills,