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llAMi KOTi: LIST.
The following lint shows the cum nl value of nil
i Vtinsjlvetiia Hank Not. a. The most implicit re-
.now may he placed upon it, it Uevtry wiek
"ir fully compared with ai d corrected fmui Uitk
i i ll'i Reporter.
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'lanfc of North America.
hm of (lie Northern Liberties ,
tfank of Pennsylvania .
i'nnk of Penn Township . ,
'nmincrcial Hank of Penn'a. .
'iin'ir(. and Mechanic' Bank .
'"i'bTiI Bunk . .
b'ensmglon Rank , .
I ulacturer' & Mechanics' Dank
Vii'linnica' Hank .
'ovnmensii'g Bunk ,
' hiladetphin Dank
liny Ikill Bank
Weatern Bunk , .
Count ry Banks
"nnk of Fittshurg
Hank of Chester County
fiank of Delaware County
i! ink of Germantown
1'inik of Lewistown
I'nnk of Middlclown
Hunk of Montgomery Co.
I! nk of Northumberland
" ik County Bniik
' . himlid Bank & 13 ridge co
' irlisle Bank
!;.,ton Bai. k
J ' i hOnge Bank
I)o do branch of
I' arnicas' Bank of Bucks co Bristol
i'urmera' B;ink of Lancastei Lancaster
('aimers' Bank of Reading
I 'c.rrisburg Bank
) cbanon Bank
'lerchnnts' & Manuf. Bank
Miners' Bank of Poltsville
I owauda Bank
'Vest Branch Bank
tt'tce of Bank of Peiin'a.
i 'Hire do do
'ilice do do
t ilko do do
Lnnciisler I ollices
Reading f do not
Elision J issue n.
D I 8 C f ) U N T.
''ink of ihe United States Philadelphia
i 'dire of Bank of U. S. Pittsburg
Da do do Erie
Do do do New Brighton
Vensinglon Sav. Ins. A do
i i nn Township Sav. Ins. do
I' ink of Chamhcrshurg CliMnbersburg
I' .nk ol Gettysburg Gettysburg
!..iik of Su.quchanna Co. Montroke
f no Bank Erio
' i leers' A Drovers' Bank Waynesburg
iink in Bank Washington
; '.rt ulale Bank Honcsdalo
oi., nguhela Bunk of B. Brownsville
.. B, 'J'he notes of those banks on which vie
' mil quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not
-unused by the Philadelphia brokers, with the
Nteplioii of those which have a letter of reference.
r 1 iladelphia Sav. Ins. Philadelphia
i.il;i(!el liia Loan Co. do
.l.u (kill Sav. Ins. do
inual Labor Bank (T. W Dvoll, Jirop.)
ibgha'ny Bank of Pa,
'. i.k of Beaver
' 'i;k of Swatara
. :.nk l Washington
i tre Punk
.nut is' A. Mech'cs Bank
aimers' & Mech'cs' Bank
.Hurra' & Mech'cs' Bank
. : arniony Institute
' uniiupdon Bank
: ninta Bank
I'lnberiiien's Bar k
Norilii rn Bank of I'a.
w Hope Del. Bridge Co.
Norlhunib'd Union Col. Bk.
.ith Western Bank of I'a.
ll:ce of Schuylkill Bank
. a. Agr. & Manuf. Bank
-i.ver Luke Bank
I ninii Bai.k of i'enn'a.
' csimorelan.l Bank
Huntingdon no sale
Dundi.ir no sale
New Hoie tluM'd
Milton no bile
Port Cui bun fuilid
('arlielo Juila J
Mont lose closed
Wilktaharic no sale
ilkesharre Bridge Co,
GTj All notes I utt orling to be on any Pennsyl-
i niu Bank not given in the above list, may be set
wn as frauds.
I'ankcfNew Biunswick Brunsuick
'i Ividi le Bunk Belvidcie
I oiluif lon Co. Bank Medlurd
: Vmn rtcial Bank Pirth Ambry
- oinlierland Bank Bridpclnn
"iiimeis' Bunk Mount Holly
miners' and Mechanics' Bk liuhway
! ninirra' and Michanirs'Bk N. Biunswirk
..rinera'and Mechanics' Bk Middietonn l't
' uiiklin Bank of N.J. Jersey City
i .ol oken like x Grazing lo lloboken
imy City Bank Jersey City
V.rhuiiiis' B.mk Patterson
ai kjiacturira' Bank Belleville
i riis Company Bank Moinstnwn
Monmouth Bk of N.J. Freehold
! ichames' Bank Newark
iechaiiic' and Manuf. Bk Trenton
"or rU Canal and Bkg Co Jeisey City
iwark Big & Ina Co Newaik
iw Hope Del Bridge Co Lainbertsville
. J. Manufuc. and Bkg Co Hol cken
.n J Protection &. Lombard Ik Jersey City
Mange Bunk Orange
aierson Bank Paleison
copies' Bank do
niieetun Bank Piinceton
. .ilern Banking Co Salem
i te Bank Newark
tatc Bank Eliiubelhtown
tate Bank Camden
late Bank of Morris Moriisiown
ate Bank Trenton
..It m iiiul Philad Manuf Co Salt in
ii Bank New inn
.intun Banking Co Tienlun
i lull Bank levr
' ashington Banking Co. llaekensack
k of Vilm tc Brandy wine NVi rnirgton
. nk nf Delawait, V ilmingtoa
nk of Smyrna Sn yina
Do lisnrh Xliltoid
utirik' Bk of State of Del Dover
Do branch ilmingtnn
Lo bunch GcorgtloMii
I o tianch Newcastle
2 1 in
U onuer o a
Sj On all bsi ks marked thus (p there ere i-
- r cr untarle.it or altered tiotcs of die various df
initiations, In tucuUtion.
f PUT. l'nd isijjni (1 take pleasure in submitting
Jl lo the pub'ie the following Recoa mrndationa
orPrati's Cast Iron Smut Mill and Grain Huller lo
all dealers in Grain mid manufaclors of Flour, be
lieving it to be superior to any thing of the kind
ever olT- led to the public. All orders addressed to
Col.. I. M'Foddtn, Lrivis-biirir, Union county Penn
sylvania. EDENEKZER SQUIRE,
Moaiz't Mill. Centre Co., March 30. 1841.
J. M'F.niln Sim I cheerfully testify to the
Roodne-s and dtiinbility of Pratt'a Cast Iron Smut
Mill ard Grain If idler, an Icing a far superior arti
cle for the cleaning of smut add all other impurities
that I have ever teen, and I have been engaged in
the manufacture of Flour for greit many years,
and have alwav tried to have the brat apparatus for
manufacturing that could be got, and do say thai the
above niHchino is the best apparatus I believe now
in Use. Joiin Moatc.
DIuomslurg, Dec. 26, 1840.
Cot. J. M'Fitini Sin : In reply to your favor,
received a few days since, I have only to say, that the
fact of my having introduced into each of the four
mills that I am concerned in, one Q,f Pratt'a Cast
Iron Smut Mill, is the best evidence I can give you
of their utility, Yours truly, Wm. M'Ksi.vr.
Mill-in, March 17, 1841.
J. M'Fnnm Sin : I do hcieby certify without
any hesitation, that Pratt's Smut Mill and Grain
Holler is the most perfect machine to clennsc grain
of smut and all other imperfection, that I have ever
seen, and I believe I have seen all the kinds that are
now used in Pennsylvania, end I must say that there
is nothing of the kind ever been inveiflcd that w ill
come in competition with it. Gio. Ecrert.
Col. J. M'Fahiiix Sib: During the past 24
years I have been constantly engaged in manufac
turing flour, and during the last 12 years have been
the owner of a grist and flouring mill, and among
all Ihe contrivances to remove impuriliea from grain
I am decidedly of the opinion that Pratt's iron ma
chine is superior to any with which I am acquaint
ed, having used one in my mill about eighteen
months. Fheihiiur Haas.
YtirUiire Mill; Dec, 1810.
I want in my flouring mi. I as good an apparatus
lo prepare grain for flouring, as Uebat, and I want
no better than Pratt's Cast Iron Smut Mill. It will
remove smut entirely no mistake.
Sunhury, December 22, 1840.
Col. J. M'Faihhs Sim 1 have in my null one
of Pratt's cast and wrought iron spiral Smut Mills
and Grain Huller, and am confident that in regard
to simplicity of construction, and durabiliiy of mule
rial, it is superior to any I m acquainted with.
Diur Cup Mill. Dec. 22, 1810.
Col. J. M'Fahiiin Sim: I hate in my flouring
mill one of Trait's Cast lion Spiral Smut Mills,
and I am decidedly of the opinion that it is the best
machine to prepare grain lor flouring that I am ac
quainted with, und as such cheerfully recommend it
to all who aie engaged in the manufacture of flour.
Auronahurg, March 23, 1841.
Col. J. M Fa mux Sm: I take pleasure in say
ing that Piall's Cast Iron Smut Mill is one of the
best improveme nts for the cleaning of grain of all
kind, that has yet come under my observation, and
that I believe it fur superior to any thing of ihe kind
ever invented. You may use my name in any way
you think proper. O. P. Dchcax.
Union Mill, Jan. 14, 1841.
This is lo certify that I have had Pratt's Cast and
wrought iron Smut Machine and Giain Hullrr in
use lor better than 12 months, end find it lo answer
every purpose that it was intended for. Smut can
be taken out of wheat I believe eveiy particle of
it can bo taken out without breaking the grain ol
the wheal. John Plack.
Aaromburg, March 2:1, 1841.
Cot. M'Fadihji Sih : I have been engaged in
manufacturing Supciline Flour for many yearn, and
have at this tune one ! Pmti's Smut Mills in each
of my mills, and I do hex by recommend them as the
most valuable improvement for cleaning wheat of
smut and all other impuiities, that I am acquainted
with. Jamfs Di'itcAN.
Coi. M'Fapmw Sih: I have been engaged in
the manufacturing ol flour for 28 years, and most
chterlully recommend the above machine, as being
bv far the best appaiatus for cleansing grain that 1
have ever usd or seen. I consider it an indispen
sable article for ony mill that pieteiula lo do any bu
sin.ss. John Fimilh.
Jturduct Milk, Dec. 21, 1840.
Col. J. M'I'ahmm Sin: Piatt's Cast Iron
Smut Mill was introduced into my mill about three
years sli ce, and llelieve it is the test article of that
kind now in use. It will not only remove smut
en'ercly, but is a most valuable apparatus lo clean
wheat and rye of nny character, and prepare it for
flouring. Bknjami Boost.
LeuisLiirg, Dec. 22, 1840.
Col. J. M'Faiiiiix Sin: After fe caieful and
candid examination and nbl of ihe machine, in re
gard to construction, neatness and despatch in exe
cution, economy in price, and power lo set in ope
ration. I am fully convinc.d and satisfied, thai the
machine ubuve ullujed lo, is second to no one in
use. J. Mophow,
Mill, r and Flour Manufacturer.
Cuttawina, Decimber 5, 1810.
Col. J. M'Favihk Sim Prati's Cast and
Wrought Iron Spiral Smut Mill and Grain Huller,
I consider to be the hi si machine to remove smut
and other impuiities to which grain is subject, that
I have used, or with which I am acquainted, in re
paid to durability of mutt rial, simplicity of construc
tion, neatness and dcrpatih in execution.
N. B. The above mac bines are manufacturtd at
the Lewisburg Foundry, Ui ion county and at the
Bloomsburg Foundry, Columbia county, Pa.
l.ewishurg, June 19, 181.,
.tliciint'l Weaver V Kim,
COrE MAKERS & SHIP CHANDLERS.
Ab. 13 tn'orlh Water iti(tl,Vliiludtliihia.
T A V 1. I 1 - I
n ioii.uiiiiy on iiuiiu, general assort
ment of Cordage, Seine Twines, fiic viz:
Jai'd Ropes, Fishinc Bones, White Rones. Manil
la Ropes, Tow Lines fur Canal Boats. Also, a
complete assoitinent of S. ine Twines, Ac. such as
Hemp Shad and Herring Twine, Best Patent Gill
Net Twine, Cotton Shad and Herring Twine, Shoe
Threads, &c. &.C. Also, Bed Coids, ('lough Lines,
Halters, Traces, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chains,
&r. all of w hich they w ill dispose of on reasonable
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840.
ESHERICK7IIANSELL & CCS.
WHOLESALE CRY GOODS STORE.
No. 1UG 1-2 Market Street, 1'hila.
( Ilt Lu Fifth South tide )
A I'W'AYB keep on hand full and general ai.
JaV scriment of llonery, Lace, and Fancy Goods,
wuumry Merchants are respectfully requested lo
tive incm a call and examine for them elves.
I liiludrlphia, November 7, 1840. ly,
spBrTnc;. good in
No. 138 Market Street, Philadelphia.
INVITE the attention of Country Merchants
to iheir extensive assortment of Brilith French
and American Dry Gooda, which thsy offer for sals
on the mutt reasonable terms.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
Transportation I4 i n c
(via Tina WATsn carai.)
Warthouu fool of Chrtnul Street on the renn
A BOAT leaves the wharf of the subscrilier eve
ry morning at R o'clock, running through to Balti
more in three days. Consignments ol produce,
iron, Ac, will receive a despatch by thia line, which
has not hitherto been equalled by any other. Rale
of freight us low as by any other regular line.
JOHN W.BROWN, "
BUCK & HERR, I .
KERNAN A 8TILLNIGER, full"nore'
J. & A. H. HERR. J
Goods intended for Pittsburg, or any point on
the Pennsylvania Canals, will be shipped without
delay on their arrival at Harrisburg, as this con
nects with the North Ameriran line of Portable
Boats lo Pittsburg daily, and with the Susquehan
na Packet Line to Northumberland, Willianisporl,
Wilkcsbane, and all intermediate places.
GEORGE W. LAYNG.
Harrisburg, Sept. 9, 1840.
BO OK - BINDERY.
THE undersigned have the gratification of in
forming the public, that notwithstanding they Were
so unfortunate as to have their bindery burnt down,
in March laat, they have opened a very extensive
one, in Locust street, in the new building directly
opposite G lei m's Hotel, and are prepared lo execute
all woik in their lino with despatch, and in a su
perior style. Their RULING APPARATUS
and other Machinery are new, and of the first order
and latest improve mi nts ; and they feel confi
pence in their facilities for giving perfect satisfac
tion to all who may favor them with their orders.
Banks, County offices, Merchants, Mechanics
and others, can be supplied with BLANK BOOKS
of every description, which for neatness and dura
bility, will be equal lo any made by the United
States. HICKOK & CANTINE.
HARRISBURG. Sepi. 9.
IX a state ol health the intestinul caml may he
compared lo a river whose wateis flow over the ad
joining land, through the channels nature or art
has made, and impioves their qualities; and lo keep
up the comparison of the river, so long as it runs
on smoothly the channels are kepi pure und healthy;
but if by some cause Ihe course of the river is stop
ped, then the water in the canals is ns longer pure,
hut soon becomes stagnant. There is but one law
of eiiculatioii in luituic. When there is a super
abundance of humorial fluid (srrocity) in the intes
tinal tubes, and costivencss takes place, it flows
back into the blood vessels, and inflbratea itself in
to the circulation. To establish the free course of
the river, we must remove the ol structions which
stop its fiee course, and tho e of its tributary si i earn.
With Ihe body, follow the same natural principal ;
ri move, by that valuable purgative medicine lirun
dielhj Universal Vegetable Fills, which are an ef
f.ctuul assistance of nature, the superabundance of
humors in the intestine canal. By persevering in
thia practice, the ways of the circulation will then
be leslored lo the full exercise ol their natural func
tions, and a state of health will be firmly establish
cd Remember, never sulier a drop ol blood to be
taken from you- Evacuate Ihe humors as often
and 89 long as they are degenerated, or as lui'g as
you are sick.
Dr. Brandreth's Office in Philadelphia, is at No.
8, NORTH EIGHTH street, where his pill.. can be
had at 25 cents per box, with full directions.
(Ej'l,nly agent in Sunhury, ia H. B. Masser Esqr.
Sunbuiy, Sept, 9, 1840.
C'crtilicatt'M of Agency.
THE following are the duly appointed agents in
their respective counties, for the sale of Brandreth's
Vegetable Universal Fills.
Northumbeilai d county : Milton Maekey A
Chamheilin. Sunhury II. B. Masser. M'Ewena
ville Geddes, Green iV Well. Geoigetowu F.
Midhngcr A Co.
Union county : Lew ishurg Walls & Gediles.
Miflliuburg Pcllinan cV Beekly. New Berlin
John M. Denier. Sclinsgrove Eyre & Co. Mid
dleburc Isaac Smith.
Lycoming county : Willi.imsporl John Smith
Newberry M. fi J. C. Funstnn. Muney W. A.
I'etiican. Jersey Shore Jumi a II. Her hum.
Columbia county : Danville T. A E. B. Rey
nolds. Catlawissa C. A. Droi ts. Berwick Shu
man A Ritteiihouse. Bloomsburg-John R. Mover.
THE L A h U EST .1 ND ClIFAl'EST NEWS-
I'A FEU IN THE WOULD.
rPHE spirit of the age is utililaiian. Improve
mint is stamped upon the luce of every thing.
All the useful arts are progressing with unparrallel
ed rapidity, and Ihe Art of Printii g ia coming in
for its lull abate of the common iinprov. ment.
Deteimied not to be outdone in any thing that, per
luina to his profession, where there is a tuir chance
for exertion and enterprise, the undersigned has de
termined upon issuing a sheet twice the size of the
Boston Weekly Times, (and is lo take the place
of that paper,) and w ll contain e:gbl columns
more mutter than the Brother Jonathan. This
sheet wi: be called Ihe BOSTON NOTION, and
it ia diterinined that it shall sustuin a cogriouieu so
full of meaning, and so interwoven with the estab
lished character of our 1 ankee city. It will l the
La nu i st NkwsPAPt.R in thk Womn with on
exception and will be printed on a sheet thirty
seven by fifty-two inches. It will l filled entiiely
with reading mutter, and will contain 1 hrce i hou-
sand Eight Hundud and Eighty Eight square
inches, oi 1 wen'y-Seven square feel ol print in line
type! and a single number will cout.iin more read
ing than an ordinary book of Three Hundred
pages. J hese dimensions will enable Hie publisher
to draw largely upon the most popular periodicals
of the day, both American and Foreign ; and u the
Selections will be made with great care, it ia hclicv
ed this paper will bo a welcome Notion to every
family. Besides a full synopsisof the current news
of ihe day,) as published in the Boston D..ily
Tunes,) it will ctiilain Poetry, Popular Tales,
Theatrical Criticisms, Police and other Court lie
ports. Humorous Articles, Ac. Ac.
The whole world of Literature will be ransacked
to fill it. From the atudy of the philosuphci down
to the police courts, through all regions ol reason,
poetry, romance, wit, and the ample record of folly,
we shall glean fiom Ihe past and the present and
fioin all ns'ions, to present aa pleasing and useful a
combination of recorded thought and current his
toiy, as the world can supp'y or iudusliy produce.
This is our "Bostow Notion."
This great amount of wisdom and fun of wit
and philosophy of novelties snd antiquities we
are able to tdler, weekly for six cents per copy,
only lix cents ! and we csn do it because of the
facdi i. sof our press and office, and the connection
of daily and weekly publications. For thhki vol
lars we can sell year's volume, equal in quantity
of matter, with every vari.ty a so, lo Fifty-two Vol
ume of Novels, such aa are issued from the press
of Ibis day. Fifty-lwo Urge Volumes for ' hiee
Dollars! E fleeted all by improved machinery, and
by dctvrminalion that we will not be outdone iu
entei prize and usefulness.
TERMS: Tuasa Dollars year, always in
advance no ordeia, no matter from what source,
will beattendid to uulesa accompanied wilh the
CASH. Single copies sis cents each.
Post Mastera or otbera remitting Twenty Dol
lars shall have Eight copies sent lo such persons
and places aa they may designate.
GEORGE ROBERTS, Publisher.
AND COMMISSION STORE.
Kumber 29 North Third Street, Fhiladetphia
I PUBLIC SALES of Dry Goods, Hardware
and Cutlery, Books, Stationary, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes and Hats, and in short almost every
description of goods, are held at thia establishment
every evening. Goods are also sold at private sale
during the day at the average auction prices. Store
keepers and traders will find it lo their advantage
by attending the sales.
C.C. MACKEY, Auctioneer.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840.
Jacob FrlNiiiiitli & Son.
RESPECTFULLY informs their friends and
acquaintances generally that they still con
tinue to keep at the old stand, No. 246 North 3d
atreet, Philadelphia, all kinds of
TOBACCO SNUFF AND SEGARS.
Which Ihey will sell on the moat accommodating
and reasonable terms.
N. B. All eoods sold will be guaranteed, and all
orders promptly attended lo.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
PETER DEW EES,
io. 74 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia,
("Three doort above Second. J
SHOE Findings always kepi on hand, which he
offers for sale on Ihe lowest terms. Country
Merchants are particularly to call and judge for
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
LOWER & BARRON,
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and
No. 174 North Third Street, rmi.AnEi.riuA.
ATHERE their fiiends and customers will always
' ' linil a large and general assortment of r oreign
and Domestic Haidware, which they will sell at the
Philedelphia. November 7, 1840. ly.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NEW ENGLAND OIL COMPANY
No. 29 North Water Street, Phila.
"M MANUFACTURERS and ilealera in Oila of
J1 every description both for burning and
manufacturing purposes, which will be sold much
lower thou they can be procured e'sewhere, and
warranted in quality to equal anv in the city. Any
oil sold by the company not proving aa lepresented,
may be returned without any expense to the pur-
cbaser, and the money will be refunded
Their slock now in store consists of the following
30,000 gallons Winter Bleached
do Colorless Oil,
Fall and Spring Sperm Oil,
Winter ISea Elephant,
do Pressed Whale Oil,
Summer do do do
Common Whale Oil,
S00 Barrels superior Straits Oil,
UliO do Cod Bank Oil,
50 do Neata Foot Oil,
75 Casks Olive Oil,
QTr'Thia Company has a number of Vessels en
gaged in the Cod Fishery, and Tanners may rely
upon getting at all timea Oil as pure as imported
Philadelphia, Nov. 7, 1840. ly.
THE special attention of buyers fioin the south
and west, and for the state trade, ia respectful
ly invited to the following assortment of GOODS,
which the subscriber will dispose of at suih prices
as will amply repay his fiiends lor calling and ex
amining his stock. To CASH puichasers, at the
present lime, extraordinaiy inducements will be of
00 pieces heavy variegated Spunish matting.
500 pieces Canton matting, assorted 4-4, 5-4 and
C-4 white, checked and flowered.
1000 hearth rugs, a I eaulilul assoitmenl of Wil
ton, Brussels, Tufted, Turkey, and Hemp rugs.
200 pieces woolen, worsted, cotton, hemp, in
grain, Venetian and block Carpeting". An elegant
variety of ilton, Brussels, Ckolch and English,
enetian, Damask, Ac. Ac.
1000 dozen men and boys caps, comprising a
great variety of Fur, Seal, Nutria, Muskrat, and
Coney, Hair, Sealetle and Cloth Caps.
100 dozen Allicant Mats, assoitcd sizes.
100 do Manilla do do do
50 do Sheep-akin do do do
30 balea French Baskets, comprising every de
500 puir Venetian Blinds, asa'd figuiea and colora,
3000 patent do do do
1000 nesta Cabas or Satchels, asa'd, embossed
leather, straw and oil cloth.
5000 dozen Combs, assorted tortoise shell, Bra
zilliun do horn, ivory, brass and wood, comprising a
large assortment nt eveiy variety.
3000 dozen Whips assorted wngon, gig, car
riage, sulky, planters, drovers or tiding, of gut, lea
ther and thread, with Gciman silver, gilt, ivory and
1000 dozen painted pails, Wilson's brand.
1000 nests cedar Tub aid Buckets; also,
Churns, Piggins, Water Cans, Ac.
Tho above together wilh an extensive assortment
of fancy goods, Britlama and Gciman silver ware
feather and bustle Brushes, Looking Glasses, Ma
hogany and Gill Flames, of eveiy size and descrip
tion, are manufactured, imported, and aelected ex
pressly foi the southern, western and state trade.
J. SIDNEY JONES,
No 18 North Sd atreel, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
GTwTi&rL. B. TAYLOEL.
OFFER FOR SALE, at the South East Cor
ner of Fifth und Market Streets, Philadel
phia Mens' Calf-skin Boots, stitched warranted.
do do do pegged do
do do do water proof, double soles
and double uppers.
do Calf-skin do do do nailed
do Heavy Water Leather Boots.
do do Neata do do.
do High quarter Shoes, Calf-skin.
do do do Crockera do
do Fine Monroes warranted
do Kip do do
du Culf do do
do Coarse do do
do do Shoe do
do Fine do do
do Kip do do
do Calf and heal Skin Pumps.
do List Socks with and without soles;
do Carpet do do do
do Patent Warranted Water-proof Mocessins.
Ladies' do do do do
Lad u a' tanned India Rubber shoes.
Ceiillemena' do liver shoes.
With every other desoiption of boots and shoes.
Fur Caps of eviry description.
Travelling Trunks of every description.
Venetian Travelling Bags.
Patent Guin Elastic Shoe Blacking.
Bonneta of all kinds. Palm Leaf Hats.
Philadelphia, NV ember 7, 1840. ly.
Wholesale and Retail Shoe, Bonnet,
and Palm Leaf Hat Warehouse.
Ac. 66 North So? street, a few doors abate lrch,
ALSO Trunks, Carpel BBgs and Valiccs.of ct
ery desciiption, all of which he offers for
aale on the most reasonable terms.
Philadelphia, Novemlier 7, 1840. ly
J 7w7 SWA T2i
Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer.
No. 37 Nooth Thhd street, lu-o doors below the
City Hotel, Philadelphia.
COUNTRY Merchants and other are solicited
to examine his assortment before purchasing
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly
P. & A. ROVOUDT'S
China, Glass and Liverpool Warehouse,
No 164 Nitrth Third street, third door below Vine
"TTHERE they constantly keep on hand a targe
assortment of China, Glass and Liverpool
Ware, which they will dispose of on the most rei
Philadelphia, Novem1er 7, 1840.
Manufacturer and Imporier of Sad
dlerv, Hardware, &ic.
No. 5 South Third street, four doors below Market
IT EEP constantly on hand large and general
Jl. assortment Coach Lamps, Carriage Bands,
Axle Arms, Lhptic Springs, Patent Leather. Ac
Country Merchants and saddlers will be supplied at
all times on the moat reasonable teims. They will
find it to their advantage to call and examine hia
assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
Philadelphia. November 7, 1840. ly.
REYNOLDS, McFARLAND & CO,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign British
and American Dry Goods.
Ab. 105 Market street, Philadelphia.
COUNTRY Merchants, and others can be sup'
plied at all times with an extensive assort
ment of the best and most fashionuble Goods upon
the most reasonable terniK.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1810. ly.
Wholesale Variety and Trimming Store
No. 44, North Fotirth near Arch st., Philadelphia
"117TIERE Country Merchants and others can be
supplied, at all limes, with a large assortment
of Hosiery, Gloves, Merino. Cotton, and Woolen
Shuts and Drawers, Spool Cot'on, Patent Thread,
Cotton Cords, Buttons, Tapes, Bindings, Hooks
and Eyes, Pins, Ac. And a general vaiiety of use
ful articles, which he oilers for sale at the lowest
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
For IB Holla is
QUAL fur time to any sold by Cluck Ped
lars for f 25, for sale by
March 13. H. B. MASSER.
OF very superior quality, can be had at any
lime, by application to the subscribers, in lots
to suit purchasers. They keep large, egg, broken,
and fine coal, fit for burning lime.
J. II . PURDY A Co.
Sunhury, Sept. 20. tf.
LlEkCOM p LAIS T,
Cured by the use of Dr. Hahlicu'k CoMeot sn
StKNOTHEM KO AND ApKHIKNT PlLL.
Mr. William Richahks, Pittsburgh, Po en
lirely cured of Ihe above distressing disease : His
symtoms were, pain and weight in the lift side,
loss of apHiite, vomiting, acid eructations, disten
tion of the stomach, sit k headache, fuired tongue,
countenance changed lo a citron color, ditlicully ol
breathing, di.-turbvd rest, attended with a cough,
gieat debility, with other symloms indicating great
derangement of the functions of the liver. Mr.
RiciiAiiiis had the advi.e of several physcian. but
received no relief, until using Dr. Hahlich's Med
icine, which terminated in effecting a peifect cure.
Principal O Ilice, 19 North Eighth Street, Phila
delphia. Also for sale at the drug store of
May 1. 1841. Agent.
THE CAUSE OF DISEASE.
Nearly all classes of disease, are caused by some
obstruction in ihe system, which prevent the regu
lar and wholesome operation of the animal func
tions. This alate of ihe system, is disease, which
is manifested in a variety of forma, nioio or less
malignanl in their character. To restore the system
to a slate of health, then, it ia only necessary to re
move the cause of disease, and the end is accom
plished. The cause is obatruction somewhere. 'Phis
can be removed by purgation, which ia the only
means that should lie resorted to, because, suggested
by reason, and by nature. Dr. Hirlich's Strength
ening and German Aperient Pills, are allowed by
lb j thousands who have used them, to be the best
purgative medicine in existence. Because, ihey
not only remove all obstructions, and purge Ihe sys
tem of its impurities, but, because, and w hich is ex
tremely important, strengthen and give proper tone
to the stomach, and produce a healthy action of all
the part. Besides, ihey are so mild and gentle in
their operation, as to render (hem at all limes a per
fectly safe and desirable remedy. The afflicted
would do well, then, to purchase a box or two of
this invaluable medicine, and give it a fair trial, in
stead of destroying their sy sterna with oft-repeated
doses of calomel, and other drugs, so injurious lo
human life and happinesa
Pbe above nudeeine for sate at the Drug atore of
May 1. 1641. .Igent.
Is a very common affection. Ita attacks are very
severe, and characterized by spasmodic pains, shitt
ing fiom one pait of the head to Ihe other, fre
quently commencing in Ihe morning, attended with
sickness of the stomach, nausea, faintinss. and
sometimes, vomiting, giddiness, and confusion ol
sight, &c&c. 1 his desesse ia nioduced fiom vi
rious causes, peihspa the most common, ia a de
rangement ol the stomach and dig. stive organs.
FEMALES are most subject to this sfleclmn, par
ticularly those who lead a at denlury life. Dr. Jlar.
lich's Compound Slrtngthening Tonic and Ger
man Aperient Pills, are wairamed to ariest this
troublesome disease : first by cleansing the stomach
and bowela, purifying the blood, and lemoving all
diseased and exciemenluous humors from the liver
and intestines. By the use, fust, of a few doses
of the A pel lent German Pihs, allerwarda two or
three doses of the strengthening Tonic 'iTa, which
aie used to strengthen and invigorate the ricriouj
system, give tone to the stomach and organa of
digestion, thus imparting to iheir subtile fluid its
pristine vigoi, ibis afflicting disesse may he entirely
removed. This is ihe only mode of nesting this
annoying complaint, and baa been attended with
success in thousands of esse.
Pkiiiplcls giving general directions, may he oh-
taiued gratia, at No. 19 North Eighth si reel, Phila
delphia. HENRY YOXTHEIMER.
M.j I, 1641. Agent.
TO THE COMMUNITY.
THE success which ha attended the use of Dr.
llnrlich's German Anerient and Compound
strengthening Tonic Pills, is truly astonishing. It
is no vain boast lo say thia medicine has proved by
ita happy effects in the cure of a vaiiety of disease
to which ihe human frame ia liable, lo be vastly su
perior to the many preparations before the public.
Many ol Itieae pieparations are compounded by in
dividual who are positively ignorant of the mysle
rics of the human system, and mere pretender to
medical knowledge, or. uarlich, however, ia cele
brated among the German faculty as man of ihe
highest scientific attainments, and equally distin
guished throughout Europe, as a successful medical
practitioner, spent most of the year or a useful life
in the aquiaition of such knowledge as might prove
beneficial to hia fellow creature. In the pills which
he invented, and which bear hi name, the public
are assured of an article that possesses more than
ordinary virtue. From the acknowledged talent
of thia inventor, nothing less than a good article
could be expected ; and the experience of many
years has afforded demonstration of the virtues oi
his medicine. InGeimanyand other parts of Eu
rope, its reputation ia established. In this country
into whiih it has but been recently introduced, it if
rapidly gaining the most substantial reputation. The
numerous cert ficates of curea of the most obstinate
dif eases effected by the use of Harlich'a Pills, whicl
the proprietor is constantly receiving, is proof of tin
fact. Day after day he receives new tcalimoniuli
of their efficacy, and week after week increases tin
demand foi them. This is nut mere assertion; in
numerable certificates are open for the Inspection o
the public, and the double of any who are skeptical
can le removed by examining them at the office o
We take the liberty, then, of suggesting to ever
family, that they make use of Dr. Harlich's Pilli
Let them keep a supply constantly on hand, lo b
used when occasion demands, and they will receiv
the most unequivocal proofs of utility. Medici
Piincipal office for the United States, No. 1
North Eighth atieel, Philadelphia.
Western Depot, No. 4 1, St. Clair atreet, Pith
burgh. HENRY YOXTHEIMER,
May 1, 1841. Jgen
HEPATITIS, OH LIVER COMPLAINT
Liver complaint is described lo be of two form
viz ; 4fiie and Chronic, which sred ff. rent in the
seat and character, and are product d from ulcers i
the Liver, which is deseased on the surface oi in ll
centre. In the former, the patient ia attacked wi
sudden pain, in the region of the Liver, sn see
that even the I ed clothes are insupportable ; the
lient cannot lear lo lurn or lay on his left side fro
the pressure exerted in that position of Ihe inflam
organs. 'J'he latter may go on in such a mann
that the first symtoms of Liver Complaint are tho
which mark the occurrence of suppuration. T
Acute and Sub-acute varieties, almost always coi
mence with some chilly feelings succeeded by hi
of the skin, fevered tongue, having a yellowish a
pearance. It regular state of the bowels, costivenei
countenennce changes to a pale or citron color,
yellow like those afflicted with jaundice, difficulty
breathing, disturbed rest, attended wilh coup h, I
verish symtoms, a dry and parched skin, dillicul
of lying no the right side, urine scanty and hi
colored, the patient passes many bad nights and
frequ.ntly troubled wiih Diarrhoea, Tenasmus s
Piles, nausea and vomiting, and has a consideral
thirst. W hen the inflammation affects the pen
neal coat of the Liver the pain is much more inter
and the fever higher than when confined to the L
cr. In chronic ulTcctiona it ia uncertain in its t
munition ; the pain ia intenae, attended occasion
ly with feverish symtoms, a dry and parched sk
irregular bowels, tallow countenance, freqeunt
tacks of juandice, the tongue is scarcely ever f
from yellow fur, the appetite had, and a coirupti
attacks the fare and buck, behind the shoulders.
Du. Hahlich's Compound Strengthening T.
ic and Aperient German Pills, wilt, in a major
of cases, produce a perfect cure, and if used at I
very unse t of affliction will in every case arrest i
disease. Thia is riot meiely theory but fact, wh
can be subsluiitiuti d by the testimonies of varii
persons who have witnessed the astonishing etl'e
of this invaluable medicine. The diet must I t
tendidto, and the w arm bath mu.-t not be neglc
ed whui the patient can have arccsa to it. F
und explicit d reel ions are d. fined in the medi
pamplet w hich accompanies the medicine, and i
be obtained gratis of any of the regularly appuin
agents who sell this medicine.
Principal Office and Genera! Depot for the U
ted Slates, is at No. 19 North Eighth Street, I'll
delphia, where all communications for Agenci
Advertising and Medicines must be addressed (p
paid,) which will meet with immediate attention
May 1, 1841. Agent
Why Dr HARLICH'S Compound Strength
ing and German Aperient Pills are used by all cl
ses of people, in preference to other Medicirn s,
CBUse they are prepared from a pure eztract
herbs, a wholesome medicine, unld in ita operat
and pleasant in its effect the most certain pieser
of health, a safe and eflectual cure of Dyspepsia
Indigestion, and all stomach complaints, a preser
and puiifiei of the whole system.
Because they soothe the nerves of sensibility i
fortify the nerves of motion, imparting to their m
subtle fluid ita pristine tone, thus giving siren,
and clearness of mind.
Because they never destroy the coata of the i
mach and bowels, aa all strong purgatives du.
Because science and eitierience teach ua that
mere purgative alone will cure the disease of
stomach and nervea. Weakness is the prim
cause of host of diseases, and, by continually
soiling to Drastic purgativea, you make the dise
much worse, instead of I etter.
Because Dr. Harlich'a Medicine are put up
on the common sense principle, to "demise i
strengthen," which is the only course to pursue
effect a cure. Lastly,
Because these Medicines really do cure the .
ease lor which Ihey are n commanded. Princi
Office for the United Stales, is at No. 19 Nc
Eighth sheet, Philadelphia.
May 1, 1841. Ag
CLEANSE AND STRENGTHEN.
The only sure and best course to pursue in
ring diseases, of whatever nature they may be,
fust, to cleanse and purify the Stomach and B
rla by gentle aaiient.j secondly, to give siren
and lone lo those teuder organs by the lse of pro
tonics. This mode ia always pursued by regi
physicians, which they well know to be the o
course lo resort to, lo effect speedy and perman
cine. Dr. Hahlicb's Compound Strengthen
Tonic and Aperient pills, are a sure medn in.
fleet this giand object. The German Apeii
pill are to cleanse the stomach and intestines,
ler which the Compound Suentgening Tonic
are used, lo give strength and lone lo those
gun, which require t.nder tresliuenl. Nearly l
thiida of the diseases which we daily be hi
are diseases of the nervous system, and by conti
al'y using drastic mineral purgativea the sufl.
will soon find himself a being too much reft)
lo remain long in existence. Full and explicit
lections both in English and German, accomp
The above medicine for aale at tha Drug Slor
HENRR YOXTHE1MS '
May I, 1641. Ag,