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R, WHITE MIDDLETON, EDITOR 84., PROPRIETOR,
Wcdnek . d.34 , ,,,JulYo, I 542,
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.nno co mutt Et mrteetor:
PENN 9t ifiVANIAL
LATIPELPHYA. BANK-4' •
Bank 'of North America; pa .
--- .s's;spuriona; vignette, figures of Justice and Li er
ty, reading,"we promise to par, &C., on dem. tut
in apecie,or paper orate Bank of North Atnerica'"
- • S's and 10's, old plate. ' none genuine remaining, ou .
10's 'and ..20!s; altered from-S's; vignette of s's and
of altered notes, a figure of Commerce. sitting, an
eagle before Iter, and ships in the back ground.
. 20'sylettti. 1) i; Jan. 19, 1313; pay D. Cntboard,and
vain; lett. it, April 20, 1817, pay ',l.Chespc:
in lett. C; Oct. 1.8, 18.37; pay Taylor; signa
tures poorli . imiinted; v ignytte heavily shaded.
10'5,1ctt.4; -July, 4,- -1338;-pay .16 printing- ,
._:1111C pale and yellowish,
~ Z trs, altered from counterfeit “Ps; badly done.
2,trs, lett. G; Jan. l; y ..1
1885; pa. Jenks.
Bank of. Pennsylvania. 7 rt 8
'si-lett-Nl3;—Aril-2T - 1-11-30pay-Cl,lVlrarder
a plain white ,circle tit onnd the 5 at top,-not in
genuine; lett. C; April 7, 1829, pay E. Evans.
s's, lett, P. 8; Nov. 8, 1838; pity N. Nolcn—ronrse.
of various filling up; tb; E in' President con
siderably larger than the other letters. -
10's. left. F; Sept. 10,1836; par .1. I lieks ; signed E.
•• G. Lewis, Pies ; oflieer; Aug: 6, 1836;
' :pay 4,,1 , 829,pay0;5ay; motto on
Pa. coat of arms ronglily.tlone;•otliiirs, Sept. 10,
10's, lett.. B; April, 1823. and July 10, 1833; en
graver's first & Bo..the Co.: others, Aug. 27,1333,
Chauncev. • 0
• 50's, lett; fit, Jan. 1, 117.
- lett. Of - March 22, 1821; pay J. Bootie.
. Bank of Penn Township.. • ilia 12
10'1. Washington on the LEFT instead of niGIFF end.
20'8 ,c;it•ioua gates, well :lone; except the . Friinkliti
on right margin, which ismourse. .
50's, altered frotn s's; Vignette nE 50's, commerce
sitting on a baliVtif goods; right-end piece, Frank
lin; left, Penn .
Bank of the .United,States,
. 10's and 20's; letts. A &DOl:ids and each end coarse
Stl's, left, D; Dee. 2, 1836; end pieces coarse.
50's and 100's,-letts A a and 6; Oct. 1, 1838; pay
Jno„Somerville;Cash., at in days; paper thin with
100'a, Ititt.ll;.. Sept. 1, 1833; pay .L.Ross nt 10 ; days:
1000's, altered Irons 100's; pet., 11, 1838: pay to
• arid endOrsed by R. Buchanan, at 5 months
-0-0 Oltileroial Bank of Pennsylvania, par.
_ Pi lett. I); March 4, 1819; pay T. Astley.
s's alter from the Cni
hnnercial Bank of Millington,
lroken, by substituting Pennsylvania for Milling
ton, witch observe; vignette ofgenuine s's - , Penn s
TimatyWith the Indians . .
10's, spurious;.vignefte of genuine, 'Washington and .
10's, lett. A, Nov. 17, 1830, pay It. It. Lee: March
• and June 2, 1823, '29 and 30, pay Geo.-W. Ash;
Sept. 15, 1830, pay S. Girard. -
LO's, letts. A a/Nov. 17, 1822. pay E. Lyman; Nov.
3,1829; pay M. Carey; letter C, pay H. Clay.
20's, signed Benj. P. Smith, dated Wore lie was
100's, alterell from Commercial Batik of Millington
Md. Railroad care on one end,.denoinination of
note on the other. Entirely ditierent from genuine
500's, 50'.5, 20's 'and 10'a altered from s's which
only has Penn's-treaty -with , the, Indians for--rig
Farmer's and Mechanic's ' par:
s's, 10's and 25's, altered from- FarrneA and Nle-.
clumic's Bank of Wisconsin; vignette 015's, a
male holding n cup in right hatuLlefi arm resting
• on an eagle;- of 10's a female reaper; of 20's, a
female spinning,. NollegeituitieNmgrAvO by Bur
. • ton & Gurley. -
10's, letter 5 ; Feb.. 5;11325; pay P. Saleyf letter C;
Feb. 5, and 10;1820, '25; pay' A.. Moses, C. Dull,
J. Rutin; letter 0, ttp , it 1, 1826; pay H. Clay.
20's, well done; paper redder and signature lighter.
• than genuine; some letter A, Nov. 20,1804, pay
G. Hurl. .
20's, letter E; Nov. 29, 1834; engraving very bad.
50's, letter C; Dec. 25,1.819; pay G. [Brat.
Girard Bank, 40 a 45
10's, 20's and 50's, altered from s's, whose vignette
is the . P.hiladelphia Exchange. Hold up to light.
Kensington Bank; ` • par.
Manuf. & Mech. Bank, - 14 a 17
10's, altered from s's; vignette of genuine 10, n fe
male and SIINISING NVIIEEL, which last is not on
the altered notes.
50's,altered frOm s's; the word FIFTY is crooked,
ed bunglingly inserted.
Mechanics' Bank, •
3'3; old emission; long since withdrawn
20's. altered from connterfeitteon .MechalliCB'B Bank,
New Haven ; miniature of Washington on the
• right, and Clay on the left.
SO's, altered from s's, April 1, 1333; Fury. is
paceil too Close to DoutAns; small lettering- of
FIVES around the edge rubbed clear. -
Moyamensing Bank, 10 a 12
s's, old plate, withdrawn. The plate in iise hats for
vignette a fetnale; and end pieces, Washington on
the right,and Robert Morris nu the left.
10'e, left. lan. 1;1819; Sept. 7,1819; Dec. 8,1820.
' 10? s, letter D,Febdand May 8,1832; pay 3. Kam and
D. Evans. Vignette, three female figures with a
•• ship in the diet/lake, and- a view of the 'banking
- house on the left, very imperfect.. Franklin on
the right, and Washington on the left end. • •
10'amml 20's, mitered from s's: vignette. of ..Vs,,tiv o
females sitting; between them, a shield, of which
is a shiptuid lough: of 10's,h. female reclining,
her right hand resting CM a shield, tin -which hsPa.
• coatol arms: of 20's, Penn's Treaty with the In
20's,-Id-slate, letter -May 0, 1814; 1824, 1825;
anti 1827; pay D. Edwin.
Southwark Bank, • Par,
. son's, altered from 10's, old issue, of largi site; "on
demand". extracted, and "Five Hundred" sub
. • Schuylkill Bank, ' par.
s's, old plate, of ValliOUS filling tip; The heads of
Wasloogtoeand Franklin imperfect and coarse:
, Westertr:Sank,' .• -. par.
_._.:—,- --- '` . .'* ---- ::-.. ! '•_Cif.1.111.T.J1LX:11/AN.R,S...=.7-r±:—.
- Bank . ,of Chamberabut, 6.a 6
Bail k , ,ol'eheater Co.,.Westchester, par.
Batik' of.Deteivore Co.:; Chester. par.
20'a; altered front 5 , a, well' executed., .
50'e, altered (rem s'oi-tatter A, Jan. 1, 1896; pay
...T. Clyde; Chao. 8. Vol tv7311, - Ciiiill: Tlitiiiiird tarry
~ adter breartirlablotted; the'eirele dark.
.Bank of Germantown, ^ par.
20'i, alterid 'Worn Vat' hold Ihe,,,tiote up to light.
Mink of - Gettysburg; . ' 7..1. , :' I - , ' . -. 6 ,, a•-6
s'e; Nov. 14,1828-9, pay R. Smith RI with * out the
circular water-mark seen in genuine%
5 , 401c1 plite:. 'whinh•rengs Gettyaburg Bank. -
Rink' tft 4',.*iffitity, 0.
_.:... .'' ' , / 5 a.lB
. R. - OX'•,01:-.t.4.4Adioo,sii.n, .. ~-. .. 3 a
manic 9rAloa tgamery Co., , Nonewn. par.
P2,s;.l.etier.,./1,00or..;21; 1828.:paji' V. Litez; Nov. 1;
...;isitilokiA::Wptltt . t: 'galore in 1 826-6, some, 2d
• • i auid 17; i ily,
-2, 1825*,.v srin , ueli, fi , l , i ed
044, Ylttiettellettand coarao... ,: '
.10k:?f , ,41iiiiiplbatiand, . ~
-. Bani of Piiiiburgh, ;•' '.''
2 a 3
' Vs,slettee.C r ohl platapwiddenwn fromeireulation ;
'..... v nette,-ie , binnicsinithiouein; . ke. ‘ .0:- ",' ::"., :
? , :i i , . teeXttiec..4 r !BSf; pay Wut.,'Wtilklnal oth.'
' ' , ItLiyA, 1825; pay H. fialdwla. • ,'. . . ..
10'8 and' 20's,aliered from counterfeit s's; badly
'2o's ,vignette, a female leaning On al vase of flowersj
of genuine, a blaeltsmith his toolt„••
Bank "of. Susquehanna Csolontrose,Ba
Berks'County Bank, 1i,640144' . .'," r ,511: a' 60
2'n; relief notes, letter it; vignette .;State. Arms,
rather coarsely eieotited.
Carlisle BAnk,' • - ••, • • 5.a'6
s's, letter 0, April li / 10129; pay J. Citessler:' • The
heads of Washingtontight and coarse. '
to's, and others; altered from s's• .poorly '' Cold tnbia Bk. & Bridge Co.bolumbiais a 6
ton; altered froen rsj Afereury and a female res-t
.ting on bales of goods; of 100's; at large female
figure, One. arm resting on a ahield .witya'.plough
and shin, on right.end; a figure of Commerce.
Doylestown.Bank, , • .par.
Easton Bank,', • • • .. par.
s's, old plate, letter C, Aug. 1, 1827 'and 1830; pay
C.Rice; some Mn' 6, 1829; May .1, 1831; pay J.
Thintz;,engraving much lighter than genuine. •
10's, letter C, Feb. 1,1824; pay J. Post.
Erie Bank, Erie, . 10 al2
Exchange Bank, Pittsburg & Branch, 2 a 3
Certificates,: • • . • 2a 3
Post Notes, •
,•2 a 3
s's;*the•vigmette is.a sailor leaning against nil an
chor, while'the genuine s's have Justice and an
.otlier female figure.
l's, letter IL pay IL Nash, R. Lansing;and Win. 8..
Wallin; June .1836; paper railer heavy and
coarse, and the whole -appeamace clumsy
altered' from fraudulent ExelnAge flank and
Savinns institution 'of Philadelphia; vignette,
Perry's victory. Clic geniiine' 10's have for 'a
Vignette a female figitresented betweentwo"cliests.
All notes signed Thomas M. Howe, Cash,, since
' July, 1839. ,
10's,leiter Aolated Sept: 7, 1839. The names of
the Cashier and President are lithographed. •
Farmers' flank of Bucks• Co., Bristol,' par.
s's, dated Bristol, March, 1,110 April 12;1828. .
ins-letter A ; Feb. 6, 1815; pay F. Pincor; Meach
29,1815, and '3, 1817, at Ilulnie Villei 'pay It.
Ely, Sept. 4 and 10, 1819;ntlwrs, letter 8..
50s, altered from s's the vignette pf 20's is .a
bandman, horses and barroWa. . • , °
Farmers' and. Drovers' Bank; Waynes-.
• 'burg, 10 a 15
Farmers' Bitnlc of Lancaster, . 2 a 3
sn,letter A; March 7, 1832; 'pay S. Wind; no gen e
uine notes of tills description. in circulation; oth
ers, March ir, 1831, and other dates; pay Geo. I-I,
Krug, filling tip and, signature in same hand.
lettee A; March 9, 1837; pay J. Wind ; vig
nette, a mill.
lOs and 50's, altered from s's of the above coun
Farmers' Bank of Reading, % / Reading 3 ,a 4
ss, letter A; Jan. 1,1835; pay G. Ludwig. Paper
has silk mark; fair appearance.
ss, letter % Jan.,1,1833.' pay G. Smith," May 20
1836; pay A.S trong. Coarse..
100 s, lett. A • pay John Ilareold; none such genuine.
Franklin Bank, Washington, • 5
Is 'rind Rrs, altered from the broken . 4 Bank of
Washingtm," hy_prefixiag 44 jelraniclithlLabis
hoick opened in 1836. .Observe the date.
l's, letter.A; Nov. •1, 1830 A, pay IL Wylie; .1 chit
• . 1I:n.81101, Cash.; theseitinines cagraved."-Impres
sin. somearliat Wet, particularly the lines under
.signittiires which arc distinct in the genuine.
Ihrrisburg Bank, ' • 6a 7
ss, letter, D. pay H. Alwaril,"ilated May 14, 1819.
55, fetter C, pitr J. Ross, dated Noy. 3,182 th
5 sjetteik pay R. King',atited Jan: 1,1823. '
May 4, 1829; letter K. pier J. K. Whiteside.
los,_vignette, T a steamboat,• I . llNroad curs, The .
genuine. 107 s have the goddess of Li testy, and the
Capitol iif the Back ground.
- 29 - , - altereilfrom-counterfeiriors;'vignette-,--n- view-of
the State Buildings. • .
• Honesdale sank, Honesdale, 1Z: . a„
Lancaster Bank, • V 2 - a 3
s's, altered from' s's, letter A, October 3, 1896, No.
ILancaster County Bank,
Merchant's & Manuf. Bank, Piieg.. 2 a - 3
',Miners' Bank of Pottsville,. 7
s'h, I iitt&• F, pay J. Lyon, - June 13,1841; others, - .1.
White, Aug. I, 1840. The letter under the . I.C. in
Stileiylkill; in the genuine,
it is below the L and
K; the cross of the yes in Pottsville' inclines stp
wards, instead of horizontal.
Monongahela Bank, Brownsville,
20's, altered from s's, easily detected.
50's, this Bank has tto o'a out. ••-•
,New Hope - Delaware Bridge Co. 10 a 12
( Removed to Lambertville, New Jersey.
Northampton Bank, Allentown, 15 alB
l's, letter 11, Atte.: 28, 1839; pay S. Lippincott; sig
natures and.filling up engraved; vignette, cont of
arms, while the genuine s's retailed since 1837 have
a view of Mauch Chunk:
Towanda-Bank, ToWanda, - 70 a 75
West Branch. Wit, Williamsport, - 45
to's of various. filling up; some to I. Nelum• T.
0)1701, Cash; J. H. Cowden, Pres.; vignette, a
eagle, - railrnad cars in the distanoe. Presi
dent's signature too light and stiff; general appea
rance light; 'the first! in Williamsport resembles
more a tiguree 1.
50's, altered from s's; vignette, which is that of the
s's, is a view of the townen. the fell cad of note. .
Wyoming Bank, Wilkes Barre, 12
York Bank, .' 6
l's. letters A and Bi Feb. 2,1830; old plate; pay W.
Wagner; which naine is spelt Wageor. In the
word Ftv.E, on the left hand margin, the I Is not
dotted. llie•F of Five, in the body of the
' doeknot exactly line with the other letters. Vig
et in many places.
10's, alteree from coutiteileifs's. See preceding.
Trtylarsvilla Delaware Bridde 10 a 15
BANKS IN BALTIMORE
• • -, • - •
Bank of Baltimore, at Baltimore,
s's, April 15, 1829, pay .1. Coleman. Paper tight,
engraving dark, filling up bad.. litY- In the word
BALTIMORE the lettCr 0 is liut hall finished,
and the E badly done, resembling a -B. The gen
uine on the left band figure 5 hovel; circle of bold
white, dots; iu the bad are hardly seen. •
s's; letter dated Set. 15, 1840, pity J. Coleman,
. Lorman, Pres. James Cox, Lash: the Presi
dent's.name is rather heavily written'—well
' culateci to deceive.
s's, letters A and C, dated June 18, 1830.
10's, letter B, of various dates and filling, upj signed
• James Crane, Caslu L. Baker, Pres. No persons
of these names were officers of the bank. •
10'seA, trebly !Uttered, C. K reel , 12, 4835,sign
ed 'lames Cox, Cash., Wm. 'Airman, Pies in
stead of Wm.l.6rman. Others, E. Clifford, Cash.
C. Thom 8,1 3 re5.: others, Jan. 10,1837, No. 1646.
20's, letter 1 dated Oct. 1, 1838, pay f. Neer% it
. reads, "The Bank of Baltimore premises to pay,"
while thC.'genuine reads, "The President,Direc
tors 1k Co. of the Bank of Baltimore promises to
pay, Ate." '
50's, altered from s's, letter B pny:to .1. Carson,
1u lie - 24, 1821: - .111 - th e•S'S, th'e woiiTa'~llnnk 'b
Baltimore," commence in the first and end iii the
second line; in the genuine 50`a, "Bank of Bahl
morel' stands Wholly in the morn) liue:
100's; 4 iettera A if',..l.ittig; Ca sh,.l. Bier, Prep. •
Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road!Com. 40
Citizen's Rank, Raltimore,.
Cohena'. (J. I. jr. & Biothets Bank, •
Commercial and Farmers' Bank of
's,niteredlimm counterfeit s's on Commereisil Dank
of New York " Gamine' eial Bank of Baltimore.
Detect by the thick
10's, IL tterS, pay J. Patterson,July 4,1891 antllB34,
others, pity T. Cross, Dec. 4, 1830, and March 4,
I'o's, letter A, Nov
.10,1839, pity J. Cross.
10's, Jan. 8, 1831, pay J. Brier..
Farmers',,and Merch. B'k. Baltimore,.
.10's, altered from s's, in the genuine 10's, the word
TEN oi the left' - ornamental border is
nr.Acir. geountl,.but is upon a WHITE in (he altered
Tomes. ... , . .
.Fartuerslit -Plantqr4l3!k. Baltimors„, i
751aTiiii — "Ya, spurious ,, sitidliilie made Troth getPne
plates, but.thn name of the . ?resident is printed
. Clinato,',, iiistend'of Cheaton. .. : .. •
Fell's Pbitit'Sdvings Ingtittition,l3alt. i
Franklin Bank: or Baltimore, -i: .25
s's, letter 13, pityl.L.llarry, Aug. 20, 1824
100's, 'my A. Leakin, Dec. 1; 1819.
Marino Bank of RBlOffline,
S's, spurious, letter A, dated Marrh 1832.. Vig
nette, steamboat, ship and sloop: On right hand
riledalmn head of Franklin, tienominatton (5)14
-top and brin , -wm of bill. ,
s's, latter A, dated Oct. 14, 1826. " ' •
s's and' 10%,.- letter C; pny M. Morris, April 4, 1828,
J. Filet, enabler.- .•
10'e. letter A, par W. Hanson, dated Oct. 14; 1826
tOO's, letter.A pay G. C. Miller, well epgraveds
little. smaller than the genuine notes, and the head
• - of Washingtonnntho lefthand aide has lA
and unfinished apPearrince, alien closely examinfid: .
In the 'entniterfeit; the first part of the•letter 1 . 14
the-word Mirine,heglns little distimee &ova tlie
vignette-=in the geaulne notes it toucheeit;!-" .'•
Sirs, letter.% pay to ptoildart; Dee. 20,1815 '
10's, letter'Ai vignette'w railroad. '
10's, altered from s's; vignette of S's;tt rabroad and
train bf ea ra", With • the heads of AVashington and
' franiclin, • s ' ' •'
50'a, altered from ys. See precacfllng nom/
Merchants' Bank, ' Baltimore,
letter D, of variodi•datee and 'fillipg up. *,
20% old' plateiletterffaune r lBlo ' •
50'a, letter C, May •2, 1812, pay, S. Etting,l4W l -
. -dent's num has the, arpearanpe of 4e!fig engraved.
Wesiern'Bank; . l3altimore,• • •
. COUNTRY BANKS.' . • •
Batik or, Westminster, • . --
• • ' 3
10's, old-plate; well executed, b ut can be detected by'
observing.that.theletter.N. the numbering of
, the genuine-notes is not perfect; the first part not
finished,7whereas the counterfeit is complete.- -
Fartnera''& Mechanics' Mk, Frederick,
100's, altered trot; Farmers';' lk - Menlianitne Bank.
Wisconsin. Vignette, a feinalnenciroling an ea
gle with the left arm; left end piece, Was i ngton;
Frederick (to. sank, Frederick,
10's, altered from I's. Vignette of the vglinuine 1
and altered instesra female holding.in one hand a
siokle, and in the.other, a sheaf of wheat: . •
20's, altered from 2's. . • •
- Hagerstown . Bank,. „.
lirs, phper of a blueish castA the genuine is reth.
vignette indistinct; bill shorter aml narrower than
the genuine: In the genuine .the .Mgritiors' names
ren'on the light lint at the bottom: in themoum
Os, letter B, pay to A. ho ling, dated July 29,1257,
Others,- diftereiirdtitnitliintpayablo - ACFnifinifffer=
sons. The paper, of the counterfeit lias..a blue
,that of genuine reti.. The navies of the
engravere,Murray, Pram St Fair Man StUo i , are
miserably engraved,. having the 'appearance of
Mmray, Draper, Faiimmii & Co.'
. 50s, letter A olated May 4;1240; signed Eli Bealty,
Cash:; Wm. - Aleyser,.Pres. Mr Helmer is some
years deceased. No genuine 50, of this plate out.
Mineral Bank, Cumberland, 5
Patapsco Bank; Ellicott's -• • 14
Sank of Patapsco,
• • 12
Ciimberland Bank oPAliegbeny, 5
'Washington C 0.,. Brk Williamsport,
Farmers & Bank,tlagetstaw,n,
Farmers Bank of Maryland & Branches, 3
3's letter 13, June 0, - 1 WV pay-. 1. Jones.
5,5, of Branch ht Elktondetter, H. Sept. 4, I 8 . 34. '
s's, letter D. of Branch at Easton, pay N. Hammond
dated April 27:, 182 r; other's Sept. 7,182 t. •
s's and JO's,letter B,pay at branch at F 4 irederioktown
s's, 10's 'and 20's;altered from ßank" ) Maryland, a
bioken batik, to:Farmers Batik of I aryland. .
10's, letter C..pay J.C.Weemssor bearer,Oet. 9,11126
10's,dated at Ftedericksburgh,Dec.'27, 1834,1etter 13
pay J.l/ylee; Joseph Pinkney,Cash. 11. W.Har
71ISTRICV - , CC/.1711.181A.
Bank of the Metropolis, W sliington, 14
3's, Jan. 1,1818, Kerr, Cash., Van Ness. Pres. '
date_d March 10833, pay, C. 11111. - •
Bank - of Potomac; Alexandria i - •'1
Bank of Washington, Washington, 14
Farnters Bank of Alexandria, 14
. s'ajetter pay John Jay, dated Nov. 5,.1821_
10's, lotter 11, pay John Jay, dated. Nov. 5,1821.
- 10's, let. A,pay Simon Bolivarolated March 22,1826
10's, letter I), pay H. Clay, 5ept.•1,1824.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank,Georget'n, 14-
Patriotic Bank of Washingtor, 14
ICKra, letter, whom ply, date, 3M., unknown.
Union Bank of GeoregtOwn, - l
4 letter 83-Dec. 93; 1815;. Miy : ll4Stodifart. , • ~. I
s's i letter Ofiknown;Dei. 1,1813; pay Wan. P'enti: • 1
Bank of tke Valley c hWinellester, and
---- 11Fanefine, • - . `3 a 5
ss, letter A, various numbers and dates; DavidGitt•
- son Pres: " •
ss,Jati. 1;1839 ,payable at Liriestburg; Signed ron the
officers, while Uri genuine notes, above Ss, are
signed nr them. irt-Thia Bank-has no Branch
' at Lynchburg. •
208,-letter 11. May L 1734, pay J. M. Broome.
20s, letter H, Sept. 2, 1838, pay J. Wood; H. 'M.
Bunt, Cash,Obed White,Pres. Engraving coarse,
paper thin nod oily.
"Do, Branch at-Rminney,
Is, letter A, July 1,1839, signed John McDOwirt.,
Cash. instead of McDowell. •
3s and ss, letter A, May 11;1838, aigned .1.111cDow
• ell, for Cashier ; David Gibson, fOr President:
Appearance both All notes over — Ss - are. signed
nY the officers. .• • • . • ,
s's, 10's and 20 .. .'s payable nt different, branches, as
Frederitik stilt rg, rg; Petersburg; of whiter
paper than genuine. In 10'll circle on the lett end
- of the margin is very ; uneven; in the true 20's,
there is a small flourish over the lett. k, in the
word Batik, not found on the counterfeit.
s's, lett. C: pay at Richmond,-sth May, 1832.
L.'s, lett. A, June 25, 1833; paper light• and flimsy
' engraving entirse, but general. appearance is such
ns to deceive.
s's, lett. A, pay L. Burfoot, Aug. 23, 1833.
kt.t. B, Mardi 2, 1830; pay L. flatfoot, jr.
s's, lett. B; others, lett. D; an imitation of the new
plate, by Fairman, Draper, Underwood & CO.,
with deep borders, all round; vignette, represent
ing Hope seated on an anchor; the signature of A.
Robinson, jr , Cashier, is well done. The paper
flimsy', but the general appearance is well calcu
lated to deceive.
s'B. lett. D; others,lett. 11,new plate; pay L. Burtoot,,
jr., or bearer, dated Nov. 3, 1880; q. Robinson,
2 a 3
Cash., J. Rockenborough, Pres.
3's lett.F, May 8, 183.1,15ay 11—Hickson. ..
10's, lett. A, I 1 and C, Feb,•l9 and .23, 1819; Jan. 8,
O's, pay R. Gracy, dated April 2,1828.
o's, lett. A, pay George Towns, dated Nov. 4,1831.
They can easily be detected by the word "their "
before office of dis Count. it is in the counterfeit
o's, pay C. Dorsey, June 4 and 10, 1819, and JtinC
1830. • •
20'F, lett. A, pas F. dated May 4,18:31.
20's, lett. A, priy J. P. May; dated Jan. 8.1819; W,
Dandridge, Cash., J. Brockenbordug, Pres.
20's. dated March 25,1832. " Bank of Virginiaa"
in the border, on the right hand instead of the
left; the word "Twenty' on left, instead of right.
50's, altered from s's. Obierre the heads of Wash
ington nod Jefferson; not' n &sluing 50's. •
50's, lett. 13, pay to Urn, dated 22d Mai, 1826.
50's, altered from .I's; very well done.
200's, pay C. Grant, dated April 2,1825:
Do. Branch-at Charlestown, Va. 3 a- 5
s's, new plate; vignette a female figure, dated Aug.
3,183 , 1. ' others, of different dates; remarkably weir
~ esecuted. • None are'genuine that are dated Aug.
s's, lett. A, C and D, June 22, 1832; July -8 and 0,
. 1852, and March 5,1892.
5"11, J. Brockenhorough, Pres., A. Robinson, Cash.
"No number_er letter; Well:executed.
s'a, of different letters; some B, others D, pay L.
' Burfoot, jr. The fnce of Hope, hi the vignette, is
, Very much blurred, and the flourish at the end of
• ' the Cashier's name is engraved. • • .
10's, old plate; no genuine 10's old plate; payaide.rd
Char „w_ •
20's, lett. 11. No. 2.320, pay J. A...McFarlanii; dated
. April 14,1834. The engraving is, not, well exe
cuted; general impression bad, ink thuch 'paler
than the genuine bills. '
.Do. Branch at Danvillei a 5
s's, lett. A, July 17, 1834, pay George Town.
s's, lett. C, Oct. 18, 1832, pay Geo. Young..
10's. lett. A Dec. 4, 18.32,•pny George Town. - The
engraving of the vignette Is extremely rough.
104, lett. A , 1831. Signatures well done.
10's, lett. A, dated ItichmOnd, July 18, 1898, pay
,„George Town - at Danville; some, Une 4. 1831.
Do. Bran - 01 at VrCilericksburgi 3.a 5
s's, lett. D, dated Richmond, Aug. 4, 1829. -
s's pay Hugh MCrcer, dated Mny 4, 1819. ' Y,
20's, ;my H. Mercer, dated 'June 22, 1919; lett.'B;
April 9,1R38. •
g-See first paragraph tinder Ihmk of Va. for \
10's and 20's, on this Branch..' • -
Do. Branch at Lynchburg. • 3 a
s's, lett. D, Oct. 9, 1819, pay Wm. Norvell.
10's, lett. D, pay WM. Radford, dated Richmond,
22, 1819; mid also of other dates. WM.Necker
- vhi, Cash" R. N, Nicholas, Pres.
genuine 10's on this Branbh are made part._
- Ile to W. N,orvell. ' •
10's; left. C, Riehmond;July 18,1832,pay . W: Nor-.
--voll.st.LynehbargiL _7 -
20's,lett..11; pay W. Norvell, dated Oct. 2, 1819 ;
signature and filling up. well done, ink dark. •
20's, lett. B; and C, psy :No. Early, dated May 8,
1825; Others, Oct. and March 1819. • • ,
sQ's,lett.:A; well exeCutrd. . • ,
oar See first paragraph, under bank of Va., for s's,
10's and 20's, milhis Bank'. - .
Do. Branah at jsrorfalk. • ' 3,a 5-
10's, letter 1), March 9, 1890,pay W. IL Lamb; sig
natures engraved. '
20's, letter AA; and'D;pay Geo. Newton; of various
old dates. , , .. ' ,
20's, letter A, Nov. 10, 1891,.pav FL C. Lee. •
20's,let, D, pay at Norfolk,to A.B. Lee,Nov. 4,1829.
D 0.. ., Branch at Petersburg; •3 a.AS
ro's, pay..lohn F. May, W. Dandridge . , Cash.,.Julyi
1882, Mr. D. bay not, been Cashier °bins Drench
f. Tor litany years.. - • . - .
10'41etter 0, pay P - May..July,.l3; - 1 839. - ' '' ', 1
20N, letter ; 3,pcy at Betellsburg, to J , May, sTnly
• 40; 1810 ' • ' ' ' '
... _ F
20 , e, nay attetersburg, - to4 P.May, Oct. 20;1829:
( . ._j 13ee 5 first: paragraph; antler Bank afire. for 's!s,
~ , ,,10's:and 20's onfitis Branch. r. ~.!,:.• ..,:•;,t. ' - 3 .. :-.
Exchange Bank of . Virginini ;Norfolk,: '-'••;;
:. ,, z - • -,q u i .pt a t i oe s ,,•,,, .- .1 ~... :, 7 , 'a (i 5;
ilrei, di event letters end nayableta Various peril:is:
, .. Dated ostly sinen'August; 187.:' , '.'Pr inted frotn ,
• geuine lates ‘ m.bich no doubt,bad been stolen: Cal.:
Quieted to deceive the,bestjtidgear,bnt may be de.
tented by Obsessing that the Riling up , and signa
turee are In the satne handwriting,. and executed
,bletted stlanner. • ;;' '
• •,Do. , do.'Branth,tittlarkeettille,... 3 - a 5
no color or device
back. - ,
Farmers Bank of Virginia,•Richmond, , • •
,•;..• and Branclieti . • 1 d 5
s's,letter I, dated April.tith, 1832..
5'14 - letter T0,:41,,pri12;1852, - pity B. Cooper: •
s's,thin paper i purperting to he engraved by Murray,
Draper, Fairman & Co. The true notes of this
. Plate have been called in,and s's issued of the plate
:engraved by limper, Filenieri, & Co. on thick pa
per; printed on the,baeli in ell'Eeker - Work with an
oval in the. centre. •
10's, letter -A,pay C.Greenleaf,dated on varions dates
in August,lB3B,beineafter the resignation of P.N.
Nicholas, Pres., and Wm. Nekervis, Cash., whose
signatures are tolerably well imitaten. The right
end piece is a sheaf of whelk' add a - stehm engine
near-the top of-the,,nate,- neither of which are on
any 'genuine issue of this hank. ' •
10's;letter,A, spurious, minus dates in 1898; vig
• nette Liberty sitting on a rock,her right hand rest
ing on sheaf-wheat.. .
10'a, letter' F, April 8, 1831, pay G.' Gerard.
10's, letter.B, June 11,1 832.,,pay C. Gerard; others
June 6,1832, pay G6yega; general' appeltunce
30's, letter D,April 4, 1820, pay C.Dnyne; signatures
of Wm: Nekervis,Cash., and P. N. Nichdls,Pres.
- - •
90's, altered from s's,branch pinte,E F or G ft The
. figue 5 and word five extracted, and figure SO and
word thirty stamped instead.
50's, altered from s's. Theheads of Washington and
Jeffbison, on the btirder of the s's, are not on, the
true 51 notes. The vignette on the gendine s's is a
female sitting on efrock, holding in her hand a stalk
of tdbaccog of course" he altered At,'a bear the same
vignette. • ' "
50's, letter V, April 2. 1827, pay B. Ram: .
. Do. Branch atriedcrickaburg, 3a 5
10's, letter .13, Norecer 2. 1819;pay John T Brooke,
others Feb. 4, 1819...• .
Do.. Branch at Lynchburg, . 3a 5
s's, letter K. ; April 70839, pay Wm Rendford
50's, letter if, pay to W Radford,at Lynchburg,Sept
100's,letter, A ,pay at Lynoburg Branch,to Wm Rad.
ford, dated April 2, 1818-.
Do. Branch at Petersburg, • 3 a 5
s's. new plate, letter L, pay William Robertson, jr.
-filling-up engraved, dated 4th N0v.1827
100's, letter A, pay Wm Clarke; April 2, year. un
known. Wm Nelcervis, Cash., Benjamin hatcher,
Web. Remarkably well executed.
Do. Branch at Winchester, 3 a 5
10's, pay Daniel Lee, Sept 12, 1819
10's, letter B, Ally 15, 1822, pay Daniel Lee
Merchants Sr. Mechanics Bank,Decatur, TO
Merchants & Mechanics Bank, W heeling,
• and Branches s - 10
pt-All notes of the Merchants /it Mechanics Bank of
Wheelitig; - rmrde - Turyahle - arthe - Parrifers-and-Me--
chanics -Bank of Philadelphia. are forgeries
North Western Bank of Virginia,
Wheeling, and Branches,' „ • 10
-10'sTaltereilfronr5 2 0her-are-rof-the-old plate, the
vignette of the - rals tt,Plicenix arising from itaash
, es—of the•to's,an eagle holding in its beilk a chain
to which it chain is attached.
10's,mnirio,ua, letter A, vignette an Indian and dog,
with n prostrate stag.. Right hand margin a steam:
limit, the len a female. The genuine note has for
vignette a female figure,with An .arm-resting on an
. . anchor, aship in the slistance
I I Blink of Chillicothe, Chilficoth6,. ,closing 40
Bank of Cincianati t ciucinnati, • =
Bank Of Circleville (old bank) Circle.
• - ville, •
Brink of Cleveland, Cleveland, closing.
Bank of Hamilton, HamiltOn, closing 50
10's, lett. A, Nov 17,1835. Signed J Woods, Pres:
C K Smith, Cash. -. The heads of the Vignette are
,less'ilistilict-than in the genuine. . A -
Bank-of - Geauga, Painsville, , a 6
s's lett, A pay S Marshall Jr, dated May.'9,1857.
Vignette two Indians-,steamboat in the distance.
Poorly - executed:
10'8 altered - from Bank of Vernon, Tekas. vignette,
Hope—oti tight end a steamboat, on left alemale.
Bank ofMarietta, Marietta, closing, 6 a 8
3's, lett.A, pay r. Jones,
dated Aug 10,1842;, the
. small ovals on the le ft hand margin appear to lie
drawn with a pen..
2's, lett. A, July 21,1836. There is a period , after
•tie word dears, in the counterfeit, .wanting in the
genuine, which moreover have h flourish underthe
• words of the on the left margin whieb is nos on the
3 Ittt. A, April 1,1887, pay .1 N'yef paper thin ' en
graving bad, especially the dies including fi gsB.
10's and 20's, altered from l's; Murray, Draper,
Fairman & Co's plate. There are no hills from
thi s Plate over s's.
Bank of Massillon, Massillon, ! 6
Bank of Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Pleasant 6 a 8
Sis lett A, July 26,1831. Appearance faint and bad.
10's and 204, altered from t 's, which hive for vig
nette, a figure of Justice.
Bank of Norwalk, Norwalk, • .. 6
Bank or Sandusky, Sandusky, : 6
Bank of Wooster, Wooster • • • 6
s's spurious; vignette, two Indians, with a steamboat
in .the distance. The batik never issued such bills.
113's altered from fraudulent bank of Vernon,Texis.
- V . piette, two eagles with shield of Hope; on right
_ margin sh p pi ng, and on left ehd figure of a female,.
under which is the name or the engraver—Boston
-1/lank,Noto Company 99 State st.J S 4sike,Cash.;
J S Coulter,Pres. Do' not resemble iliegenuine
notee . ,
10's, altered front l's. Hold up to the light •
Bank of Xenia, Xenia, 6 . 1 6
53, altered from Bank of Vernon, a.worthless con
cern; signed II Clark, Cashier, John Hiviing,
PresuleiVll signed by these persons and spu
rious; vi ette, two Indians, one reclining on a
rock, viewing-: steamboat. .
5a altered frcim E - F - Drake, Cashier •
Ids, spurious—purport to be engraved by the East
• Note Company, This company have
never el - Trip/edam , notes for.the Bmil. of Xenia.
20s, some signed H Clark, others .1 Heeling, Prest.
- All signed by these persons are 'upurious
50s spurious. The bank has not issued any 50s .
(p;:p!Notes of the Bank of Michigan altered to,Post
Notei on the Bank of Xenia. The words Michi-
MM . and Detroit have been taken out, and Ohio and
Xenia inserted. The bills purport to be issued
in 1941, but bear the name of the officers of the
Bank of Xenia in 1896. . •
Bank of Zanesville, Zanesville, a 6
ss, letter A, pay 'H L Began, Bth February, 1833;
badly epoufed, paper thin, vignette ilefeetire.
Signature of the Cashier lacks the period at the
abbreviation of Charle s , and at the initial C.
Belmont Bank, St. airsville, • a 6
ss, letter B, phy J Wier 7 of various dates, some May
1,1827, and others April 7,1828: others Sept 10,
.1829, Well executed: observe the letter a in dol.
'r'lttra itritorcrossekor,ll-so, - done - witi; Tem-- - -
5s and 10s, altered from Is of various letters, dates
and fillingup. Vignette of is, anaxernmtspiitting
'Clinton Bank, Columbus, a 6
Columbiana Bank,-New . Lisbon, ' a 6
Comuiercial Bank, Cincinnati, . a
10u, letter A, pay John A Wales,ilated May 4,111371'
-signed W S Hatch, Gushier; engraved by Under
'wood, Bald & Spencer. Since October, 1835, no
10s have been Issued, subscribed by Mr. Hatch,
who is not now Cashier. • .
20s, 'dated' January 1,1840, pay -Baldwin, letter
A. with an eaglet vignette on the top of the bill. •
Th - eiwords cif Cincinnati,' in a line, are crowded
in between twoother'lines,.so as to strike the eye
50s, J 8 Armstrong President;James Hali,Ctishier;
engraved byltawdon, Wright,. ht, Hatch bt Ekon.
New Orleans.. Vignette, a feeding a ea
gle; on the right William Tell and the Goddess
of Liberty, March 7,1899. It is an altered mote,
supposed from the Commercial Bank, Columbus,
Coin. Bk ofLake Erie, Cleveland. :Closing.
Cdmmercial Bnak Of Scioto, . • • •
DiiitiiiilltiiiliDilitrOn7EloTtlifg7 7— v - T --
Ex.. Bank dr, Savings Institution, . •
•. Cincinnati, , ,
• , . .
Par.& Mech. Bk. - Stubanvilfe, ,
tts,_spurioue; letter A, pm_.l Patterson, May 4,1 35;
Moodry - Cadhiric N - P .l
President; name ay- -
. able to and President's are Angraved—qignette, a
female figure, with liberty-cap and,eagle—..head.
• of 'Washington on"right end, and sheaf of. wheaton
Ss, spinlous, same vignette as thp 21 with' sides re
versed; pity J• Patterson,' engraved, May 6,1898;
'Mondry Cashier,Etike•(engraved) President. s.
ss, letter A,. ay Wilson,dated June 6,1840; Jno
Andrews Presidint,'DMoodY Cashier. The gen..
•eral execution good, thoughthe Vignette; Goddess
Liberty, is coarse; paper - lght and thin.
3s,altered fromthe Farmers'and Mechanics' Batik,
Burlington; W The !vignette tottillY . •tinlike
the - genuine bills, is. a female holding in otie hand
a goblet to an eagle: pi - graved liy . - Burton and '
Gurletr,'NesiqYork:. ' '
100, lettet' A, dated January 10.1840: pay .B Wells; ,
sired Jno Aindreivs ~Prealdent, W. SPenee,Cashi
Vignette; st female With :one liand reeling on a
,:7; - ..ploullunPaper thin:and engraving-pretty
,altercti from . Is. On. the left hand end,
ofthe'genuiriti one is a view of a canal. • •
-Franklin Bank, Cincinnati, • a 0
Franklin Bank of Columbus, ' 20
Lancaster Ohio Bank, Lancasteri , .'2O
Lafayetteßank, Cincinnati ' , 6 a 8 - . 4
10e L letter Al paper , thin, light coloured and greasy;
— v - IglietteTkipread - eugley-lell-eltle-aCupid-astride.
a Lion;l drporting.to be engraved by Vliqodruff
Hammond. ' .
Muskiugum Babk, •,,
Ohio Life Insurance & Trust
• • Cincinnati, , . • 6.a, 8 •
ss, letter B; pay G. Young; dated,April 3,1840; vig-'
nette, a drove of cattle and locernotive and elfish'
the distance; on .the left end an Indian. A mi
• • serable imitation. • •
ss, letter B; pay 0 Lane; dated Nov 9 1/199; other
• various datelq signed .1 S Perkins' Cashier; T
Williams President.. Paper ,flimsy; engraving
had and defective; signatures and filling up badly
done and all in the same hand writing. -
Chio'Railrotid Cci;; ; Rictimond.atv,
COnnna Banking. Company.
2s, letter A;'pay W. Ward; June - 3 1898; W Rian.
ham Cashier; John H James President. Vignette ;
a female figure with one arm reclining on an ea
gle. Light appearance. •
Ss, letter A; dated June 3 1838.
10s, old pates dated August'3d 023
38,314,16 1830. • • • , • .
3s, pay Wm Williams; dated .May 4 1830.
Ss and ss, with fraudulent title of. Western Reserve
Farmers' Banking signed Jaw. Robinson,
Cashier. • • • r
s's, badly exeeuted;.they are one-eightfi of winch
shorter than •the genuine. notes. Reed, engraver,
.dated January 7,18'26. '. • • -
6's,no letter, pay W Williams; dated Nov 5t11,1828,
engraving very faint.
10's, letter.D,Murrao,DraperleFairman's plate; the
words "Western Reserve Ban" being on 4he leR,
• • and "Ohio" on the right margin,—on the genuine
notes they are on the reverse • .
State:-Bank . ()11ndiana• and' Branches, 6
5'14 Branches' at Evansvil le and Richmond,) letter B,
of various dates-and filling up T -engravingf course,
5!sol ted-Jan.l,lB3o,pay G W. Rathbope, 9 Merrill,
Pres., - John Ross,Cash--engravers W Dane & Co.
The genuine were engraved by Rawdon, Wright,
Hatch & Co, New York '
.s's, letter D, Oat 9, 1839; payable .at. the different.
branches; tolerably well executed,tliot.gh of rather
it dull, dead look: The letter V, .in. the_left hand
marg . in is too narrow, and not well proportioned.
The bills - contain . good portraits of Washington
and Lafayette, with,a vignette of a woman and a
ship. Purport to be engravedby Rawdon, Wright
s's,letterD,pay at Port :Wayne to J Pratt,dated Dec.
9, 1839; S. Merrill, Pres.,H. McCulloch, Cash.;
vignette a female seated on hoies; ship at sea.- -
Engraved by Rawdon, Wright, Hatch tk Co. N.
10'a lett. A. 4th Jan. 1837,.pay D._ Deming, at Terre
10's, spurious; vignette, a steambeat,• with several
vessels in the hack ground, and a town in the dis
-10's spurious, vignette a steamboat,with several vas:.
stile mem back ground and a town in the distance,
'while the genuine. has a drover mounted,. and a
herd of cattle '
120'a and 190's,altered trom s's.. They are clumsily
altifed.and on tlie.S'a haVe retained the headstnone
of which bends are on the $2O or.sloo bills. The
only $2O hill issued has the Indiana State Muse,
for.itamain,desie,while that of theoulyisloo,bill
. 'is a Heman.soldicr4and matron.. The, upper and
lower margins cut off the s's in making the alter
IVIRS.' . WM. E. CAM P,
FORMERLY of -the Washington Hotel, has
removed to •
9111 1114111311bil 1161182 g
• • Corner of, Second and Ruil.goad Streets,
Where she will be pleased to accommodate her old
customers'and others, n the best style and on the
most - reasonablerterms. _
Harrisburg, - March 16,1842. - -
SILVER AND BRASS PLATING•
A - ILL kinds of S ILT^ER and BRJSS
1-11. PLATA:JIM done at the shortest no
tices, in the neatest manner, and on the most reit.
treble terms, at the Carriage Manufactory of -
. . E. D. NUTZ.
Carlisle, April 20; 1842. -- tf-25
• AVlice-11i Bankruptcy.
TliE Pepional attendance at Philadelphia of
applicants for the, benefit of the Bankrupt
Law will not be required. Judge Randall has
directed, that in' cakes where- opposition is filed,
the examination of the Petitioner .•shall be mane
before the Commissioner of the county in which
the Bankrupt resides. ,
Applicants will therefore he spared the expense
of going to Philadelphia at the time specified for
the hearing of their petitidns. •
• Commissioner in Bankruptcy.
Carlisle, May 11, 1842. ..tf.2B
• zaniEs4 •"-
NAT E have just received a splendid lot of BRAID
BONNETS and GIMP ; at the store of
June 8. 1842. tf 32,
FARMERS!' HOTEL .
THE subscriber hereby informs his friends and
the public in general, that he still continues
to keep a
•et ' '
(reports to the contrary notwithstanding,) at the
OLD STAND, in East High Street, a few doors
east of the Court House, where he will at all times
take pleasure in administering to the comforts of
those who may favor him with flair custom.
His BAR shall bo constantly supplied with the
choicest liquors, and his TABLE with-tbe best the'
market can furnish. A careful OSTLER always
kept in attendance—and nothing shall be left un
done to please all who call with him.
BOARDERS taken by the week, month or year.
April 6, 1842. tf-23
Estate of Orathan Reed,' deed.
11" - ii iETTERS of - n Administratio on the'estatOOf
. 11 NATHAN REED, late of the Borough of
Newville. • Cumberland County, dedeased, have
been granted to the subscriber, residing in Carlisle.
All persons indebted to the said .deceased, are re
quested to come forward and make payment im
mediatelytand those having Ciflilll9 will present them
properly authenticated to the undersigned for settle-.
• .JACCB HOFFER, Adm'r.
Carlisle, Julio 1,184 i. . 61-30
GROUP ON CHIDE&
MOTHERS, BE ON YOUR GUARD!—
This is , the season when this destructive
complaint attacks your interesting little children,
Whin robs you of those you fondly dont on, and
carries hundreds to the grave. Every mother
should thCrefore, know its - symptoms, watch them
closely, and, always be prepared with a remedy
as many are daily siterificed by such neglect. At
first the little patient is seized witha shivering, it
grows restless, has flushes of heat,the eyes become
_Tedandmvollen ft breathea -with difficulty, and
then - comes theikaithleoucat-tha-t-Williurely,ter—
minate in convulaioffii or death unless simiething ie
immediateligi'veiho cheek it. In this'complaint
the "Balsam of-Wild Cherry" is well known to
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melons remedy—mild, safe and innocent, and
is info - to — give the sufferer imniediatO relief, - 'and'
quickly restore it' to safety •and health. Fami.
hes residing in the country and indeed 'every nio; .
Bier who loves her children, should always keep ,
this medicine in: the house Aid give it.to them
early, by doing so You 'niny i often. save the life of
one you fondly love. Remember this is the famous,
rdinedy of this .ffistinguished physician, Dr. Wis
rar, which has cured thousands 'of CROUP,
WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA, CONSUMP
TION,-&e., after overyosther medicine has failed:
ifyße particular when you purchase to ask
for. "Dr. WIBTAIefiI BALBAII OF -WILD, Cumani,",
as'there swauh of this name advertised that is
entirely a different medicine.
Prepared only by WiLLiAus & Co., Chemists,
No. 33 Stn)th FlOrthrittireet, Philadelphia, •
Sold in Carlishi.by • . ,
SAMUEL ELT 4 TOTT.
‘. 'Price Ode 'Dollar a Rattle:
Into., 22, 1842. .
NEW STEAM SAW MILL.,
:HE STEAM SAW MlLL, ° Yecentiy erected
by, the, subscriber,,about half a mile, below
7arrisburg, °lithe east bank of . the Susquehanna,
near , thel.RailErtad_and_flanaL_coAtaining_T_WO
VERTICAL and' , TWO CIRCULAR SAWS,
and conatructod in the most approved and efficient
manner, ie now in operation, and reedy to execute
orders with the utinost despatch. , '
• An aesortment,of the various ktnds of SCANT
LING, PLANK; BOARDS,-PLASTERING and
'SHINGLING LATHS, stuff for Window Blinds,
Venetian. Shutters, &c. will be always kept ready
for delivery. . . • •
• ‘ . . -- • -
- . • WILLIAM GRIMSHAW.
* * *From ono to five horse power, with suitable,
room, to rent.
April 6, ISO.
COACH 64 -HARNESS 'MAKING
EBIENEZER D. INUTZ,
UCCESSOR to,E., A. Kennedy, Coach Maker,
1..7 takes pleasure in• informing the public genet...
ally, thiit ho is propared to render satisfietioriin
the construction or repair of
of every description.' His workmen are of the
first class,'N ing originally fromtthe city of Phil
adelphia, (and himself likewise)—and his meter ?
ials are of the best kind. , " '
CARETAGES ~will be finished in the most im
proved style. and nothing shall be wanting to give
full satisfaction to all, who may favor him with
their custom. lie therefore hopes to receive a
share of public pajrouage. . •
The establishment is in Pitt street, south of
the rear-of the• Methodist Episcopa:
church. • : .
Carlisle, March 30,1842
N. 13. Old carriages, or any kind of trade tha
is marketable, taken in eschango for new work
E. D. N..
'Medicated Extract of Sarsct
ONE- HUNDRED DOLLARS
liV! p L r L ep b a e ra f t o i r o f n ci o te r d s b a y rt p ap r a . , 7 . .. a ß e . , ; u li i, F,Ty, , for a
11 t 1 " -
kis positively the strongest prepnratioit Salta
parillscin existence. ONE BOTTLE is equal to
sax pints of any' -tither Syrup that is made,• and is
bought by numerous peilons throngliout the.city and
- country for-makihr u , u l-who • sell-it at
seventy-five ceiata or one dollar per bottle (about half
The efficacy 'of Sarsaparilla is well known in
Scrofula or King's Kvil, Erysipelas, Diseases of the
Liver, Affection. of the Skin and Bones, Ulcers of
the Nose, Throat and Body, as well as an Antidote
to Mercuiry and the_ Minerals, (_';otistittitional Dis
ea ses,aild a general purifier of the Blood and Animal
Fluids. Comment upon its virtues is unnecessary,
every body, knows its efficacy., It is-only necessary
when using it to get a good • preparation of it, and
then there will be no disapp ointment in its effects.
l.eldy would refer to the most respatable_pliv
sicians in Philadelphia, as well as throughout the
United States, for the characiter of his preparation,
as well RlROlothe mimerous certificates from physii
clans and- others, that .have been frorptime to-tame 7
published, now deemed unnecessary, as the charac
ter ofhispreparation is firmly established. Through
out the Southern States it is used altogether, and
throughout the North takes the precedence ova all
others, particularly among the physicians, who, ~for
the benefit of their patients, nlways recommend it.
The reader is referred to the directions accom
(01 -3 11.110 E ON1: DOLLATI I'M BOTTLE.
Prepared and snld, wholesale and retail at Dr.
LEIDY'S HEALTH EMPORIUM, N 0.191 North
Second street, below Vine, sign of the Golden Engle
At Serpents, Philadelphitt; a n d for sale in Carlisle, by
STEVENSON & DINKLE,
Ag,eiits for CumbCrland County.
Carlisle,-May 18, 1842, . •
Between alechaniesburg mu
-Philadelphia. or Baltimore.
. • [IIY 11.41 k ROAD OR CANVIL] -
THE subscrit)er grateful for past favors, begs
leave to inform his friends and the public
generally, that ho still continues to run a lincof
burthen Cars regularly between Mechanicsburg
and-Philadelphia or Baltimore, by which 'goods
and prciduCe of all descriptions will be forwarded
with care and despatch at the' lowest rates di
Produce will be received at his Ware ilouse,in
Mechanicsburg, and forivarded in either Phila
delphia, or Baltimore, according to the direction
of, the owner. . .
trTho highest price, will be given for When
and Flour. • .
' MARTIN AIEILEY.
N. B. Plaster of Paris and' Salt always kap'
n hand, and for sale at the lowest prices.
April 13, 1842.
Every Body Oaght to Snow of
- 0 - 0 - effectunl in Coughs, C o lds, In fl uenzas, Ca
tarrhs, Asthma, Piling of the Side and of the
Break, Bronchitis, -Spitttng of Blood, Shortness
of Breath. Whooping Cough, all Diseases of the .
Breast and - Liffigel and for the arrest of' approach
So popular is Dr. Bechter'A Pulmonary Prayer
vative throughout all Germany, and 81 effectual in
Diseases of the Lungs, that from its miraculous
effects and'wonderful cures—:it is there generally
known and styled "Dr. Bechter'e Life Preserver."
As'numerous certificates of its very good effects,
and wonderful cures in this country, have been fre
qiiontlyzublished„ it_ is deemed necessary 'onll,to
remind the puiblic of .Eo.valuable a medicine, and
inform them where it can be procured:'genuine.
Price—Fifty Cents a half pint bottle.
*** Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, at Dr.
LEIDY'S HEALTH EMPORIUM; No. .191
North Second street, below Vine, (sign of The
Golden Eagle and Serpents) Philadelphia.
.For sale in Carlisle, by, • -
STEVENSON .32; DINICLE,
ArentaTor Cumberland' County.
111 1 18 1 0 , May 18, 1842. Iy-29
C s) oiNr.r.mtwr.(2,s c(s)
THIS OINTMENT is a safe and 'agreeable
101icallon, and has never beitti known to fail
in,cunng various affections of the skin, wherkused
according to directions
Hundreds of certificates might be procured of its
airman:* from Captains of Vetweli, - School 'Teach
ers, Principals of. Factories, • and Parents,• Were it
of for the delicacy, of having their names publish.;
ed in connection. with tio loathsome and disagree
Twenty,-five cents' a box.
l'repitied and 'sold mil*, wholesale and retail; at
Dr.' - LEIDY'S HEALTH' EMPORIUM, 191
North &tend street, near Vine:(eignor the,Golaen
Eagle and Serpents) Philadelphia,
For sal in 'Carlisle, by
' STEVENSON DINKL•E
• " • • Agehts for. Cumberland Cinuity.
tarliAc, May .18,194e,' 1y•29
• Estate or Jacob Melly,: Ekteased.
• r ETTERS Testamentary on.: the • 'taste of
.RA' JACOB MEILY, late of Silver Spring, Gum
berland Comity, deceased, have been granted to the .
subscriber, residing in the same 'township; all per.
sons indebted to the said ' , demised, are requested tw
come forward mid MAO paymeriiiiinnediatifY;
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated to the undersigned for settlement. . ' •
Writ M. MEILY, Exe'r. • •
June 9, 1942.
DAP DIZTE, ,
A BEAUTIFUL Material for. Gcntlemen'a
211...Surimor Wearjustreceived,by thesuliocribot •
W: 7 HITNER. • • -
Juno 22, 1842
FAWLEY Bc, ROBINSON,
coppey 7 stiaith,..dnd Stovq
JACQB-FRIDLBX & ELIAZER ROBIN
SON; having entered into Co: Partnership, in
the Tin,Copper and Stove Business , under the
firm of RIDLEY & ROBINSON, respectfully
inform -the'- public that they.intend -Currying on
their business in all' its branches, at the old stand
of Jacob Fridley, North HimoVer street, Carlisle;;
where they will at all times, be prepared to serve
purchasers.with any article in their line, on the
most reasonable terms. • ' '
In 'addition to all other varieties of stoves,
which they will constantly have on hand, they
haib purchased of Mr. J. G. Hathaway, the ea.
elusive right to manufacture and sell, in the coun
ties of Cumberland and Diuphin
Hathaway's Patent “Hot Air
"And being - aware that the peoplein . this place
and vicinity, have been -much imposed upon by
the introduction of new and highly recommend
ed articles Which they have, been induced terput
chaile,,and which have been so slightly made, and ,
of such bad material, that- in a Short time they
have failed and , become , useless, We,iherefore.
do not intend offering ,stoves for sale until they
are fehly tried in 'this community; and pronoun
ced more durable in their construction, better
adapted to the purposes of boiling, r baking and 111
the varieties .of cooking than any other stove
also, that they - aie a great saving :of fuel as well
(OWe earnestly invite farmers ais well as resi
dents of this place and the neighboring villages,
to call on us at S. Wunderlich's hotel, or notify
us by loiters (postage unpaid) that they are will ,
ing to try our stove—and the stove shall be placed ,
in the kitchen of every person giving us such rib=
tice, and taken away Mier trial, without any ex
pense to persons making the trial. •
The stoves will be kept for sale at the Tin Shop
of Mr. Jacob Fridley, and at the :Foundry of
Messrs. Lay & Stouffer, in Carlisle. . •
Having i ffintractedfor One Hundred Tons or
Casting's; we wit, in a few days, :,supply stove
dCalers with all the different sizes, on the most
liberal terms. • • •
ELEAZER ROBINSON, of Carlisle, is agent
for selling the right to. make and vend the HOT
AIR STOVA'and will dispose of eciunties in this
and the adjoining States,
lyepuldish.thefo.llowirig recommendations from
ionic of Lilian who' areusing,(he stog4o entiour-_
age others to try it
. CARLISLE, Sept. 12, 1841. , ,
I have in use in my kitchen one of Hathaway's
-- Patent - Bot - Air-Cooking-LStoves,-and-caii-,recoin
mend it as a very superior article. The onel
have is No. 3.- ,It has 5 boilers and an oven-suffi
ciently large to bake silk loves of breed. The
-baltinv-roalting and broiling calrall be done at
the some time and With much less wood than is
required for any stove which we have used.
Thin size appears to - be peculiarly calculated for
Farmers, and for their benefit I invite them to call
and see this stove in„,use, us I shall take pleasure
in showing this -stove to all whom interest or
curiosity ma'Y , induce to examine it.
CARLISLE, - Sept. 11;1841,
Messrs..Robinson"l - CO.—GENTLEMEN, ' r .
have during the few days have had your Hatha.
way's Hot Air Stove in use, become convinced o r..
its great superiority over all ,- other stoves I have
deed or - seen. I find by th . e trial that boiling,
roasting, baking - and broiling may all be done at
the same time, in a most perfect manner, and with
less than one fourth the fuel,' have ordinarily met."'
for the flame purposes. I have heretofore been of
the opinion thet bread could not be well' baked in , •
a cooking stove, hut I am convinced upon trill!
that it can be done as well in your stove as in a
I bclici•c that the general introduction of your.---
stove into use will be very •beneficial to the public,.
therefore I shall take pleasure in recommending, -
it to my friends. • Yours respectfully,
CARLISLE, Sept. I 0 , 41841.•
Messrs. E. Robinson.. Co.. , —Gentlemen, I have
fairly tested the "Ilet•Air Stove' , which you' tint
up at my house, and can recommend it as possess.
ing principles of economy and convenience far
surpassing any other store which I have ever seen..
The - bipilers coining in immediate contact with
the fire gives great facilities for boiling , and the
oven is heated on such a principle that bread is
baked in as'fine a manner as in a brick oven. I
find Wats() a great saving of fuel and labor, ands
would advise all to .adopt it.
MITCHEL McCLELLAN. .
CHAAIDERSBURG, Scpt. G, 1841
Ido cattily that I am now using one of Hatha
way's Patent Hot At Cooking. Stoves, No. 3, and
do recommend it as superior to any stove I havo
seen, the great saving of fuel, and the variety that
can bo cooking at thasamb time, makes it an oh.
ject to those *ho wish to facilitate the operations
of the kitchen. . JOS.. 'CULBERTSON.
Carlisle, Juno 22, 1842. t 515.34!
READ WHAT IT HAS 'DONE,
.4iND ifyou have a friend, a'relation, or know
any one that is afflicted with that distressing •
disease, ..CONSUMPTION,"persuade them with.
out delay to try that-famous and unrivaled medi
4 93aham of Wild ,Cherry,"
which has cured thousands of this complaint ar
ter everything Ilse had failed. Read the follow
Roxseatonaii; - Sept. ICI 1841.
Base Sm:—Please send me two mare bottles of
your Balsam of Wild Cherry, like that you sent.'
me before. I have taken nearly all of the first two,
and confidently believe this medicine will cure me, .
I have used a great many remedies within the
last year, but have never found any thing that.hes
relieved .me so much. It has stopped „my... conet •
entirely, checked my night sweats, and I. sleep
better at night and feel better in every way, thatt.....
I have for many months. Yours, respectfully,
JADES It war,
• HOLUESEURG;Sept. 12, 18411-
FRIEND WIRTARI-1 must again trouble thee to
send me two bottles mere of _thy invaluable-Bal
sam. I have now taken three bottles in all, and .
can assure thee that it has done more good- than
all the medicine I have ever taken before. Send
by the stage as soon as possible.-and oblige-thy
friend, .. JOSEPH NOLLOWAT.
• B rl i sT et; Sept. 8, 184!.. '
DEAR DoeTorti--Hearingato many people talk
of the wonderful cures your Balsam ef Wild Cher.
ry has made in "Consumption, I see to one,
your Agents l the othir day for a bottlb, 'and . haie
found it p_h a ve relieved mosso much, that want
three-hettles-rpcire , sent.soon ,
curt me too. I have need Jayne's Easpectoratit
and other medicines besides„ but nothing has done .
me de much good -id I yoUrs.his; Send • by - the,
steamboat Bolivar: - Yours, truly, .
• ihirßosidSs its astonishing' titlidacy_
Consumption, it-is also the most effeettial remetly:
ever - discovered for LIVER COM PLAINTS,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, CROUP,
WHOOPING COUGH, &c.; as hundreds will tes
tify witolave beerliured by it afterallether rooks
dies had failed.. •
•. DRUGGISTS and , DEALERS will find this
medicine a valuakle additiOn - totheir stock'. and'
ahnuld•alwqe keep,it on hand, It la universally
acknowledged to bn,one of the mold:useful family
medicines mow-In. tie% .
eillervery earefhl to aak for Dr. WISTAR'S
BALSAM OF. WILD CHERRY. , Sold whole,
sale and retail by WILLIAMS & CO., Chemist!,
No. 33, South Fourth Stretit, Philadelphia.
The,- genuine Massa' •Car
lisle by, SAMUEL. - :ELLIOTT, aftictinted
A, • got: '.Price-4I per B.eltie•
• :,June 22,1842,
tq l 4o-33 '