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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
.foreign New s.
. . ARRIVAL OFTHK
A 11C TIC
FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
The Collins steamship Arctic, Capl. Luce,
from Liverpool, at 104 o'clock, A. M., May
9lh, arrived off Samly Hook, New Yoik, on
Salurlayvvenins at o'clock, bul owing to
the dense fog, was unable to come up to
the city till half-pant 7 o'clock yesterday
The Arctic brings ninety-nine passenger,
amonjf whom we notice Horace Smith.
Esq , United States Consul for Portugal, and
bearer of despatches for the U. S Legation
Little worth reporting has occurred since
the sailing of Ihe Cambria. The case of a
feritwh subject, named Murray, sentenced to
tleath at Rome, for political offences, was
before the House of Lords on Monday as
was also that of some English Protestant
Missionaries, banished from Austria. A
good deal of feeling was evinced by the dif
ferent speakers, bul the discussion led to no
A numerous deputation wailed upon the
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, at the Castle, on
Monday, to ask for his intercession on be
half of Smith O'Brien and his colleagues
He refused to recommend the prayer of the
memorial to the Queen for the liberation of
the pntiiois, on tho ground that they had not
expressed rontrition for their crimes,, or
loyalty, or gratitude towards their Sov
There is little of interest from Paris, or,
in fact, from any part of the Continent.
Gens Lamoricere, Bedeau, and Leflo
have Gen. Changaruiei's example, and pub
lishad letters strongly denouncing Louis Na
poleon, and assigning their reasons for refus
ing to take the outh of allegiance to the
Presidunt. Tho letters are equally distin
guished, as is Gen. C.'s, for their boldness
The delay of two months, granted by the
decree of the 14th of March, to the foreign
holders of five per cent Rentes, to decide
between reimbursement and conversion, ex
pired on-Friday. The demand for reim
bursements amounts to 1,773,180 francs for
Rentes, or 35,473,600 francs of capital.
Payments of cluims commenced on Mon
The Census of Franec has been published
The population is set down at 35,781,628;
from which it appears that the increase
since 1846 has been much less than in for
mer proportionate periods The diminution
is accounted for by the emigration to South
America and California, and by fewer mar
riages having been contracted in the late
On Saturday the Archb'shop of Paris bles
ed four busts of Louis Napoleon, to be pla
ced at the four corners of the new central
tiiaiket place. The ceremony was witnes.
ed by a la i go number of Napoleon's more
The Emperor of Austria entertained the
Czar of Russia with great pomp. The latter
was at Dresden, on Agra, the 12ih instant,
en his way from Vienna to Berlin.
A great camp of evolution is to be formed
on the 5i h of June at Czeglod and Keresstur,
in Hungary. All tho disposable cavalry, and
thirty batteries of artillery, are to manoeuvre
inri:ig forty days.
Georgy has published his book, on the
Hungarian war, but the Austrian Govein
inent have suppressed it so thoroughly that
nut a copy is to b had. The cause of this
interdict is supposed to be that he says the
Hungarians were on legitmate ground up to
Iheir declaration of Independence at Debre
czen, on the 14th April, 1849.
Another conference of the Zollverein was
held on the 15th inst., without result.
An extensive conflagration has destroyed
the water works which supplied the city of
Dantzer. Local tradition ascribed the con
struction of these works to Copernicus.
A letter, dated Constantinople, May 1,
says ; "Alarming reports are alloat concern
ins the island of Crete. Great agitation pre
vails there Several ships of war have been
1ry Read the advertisement of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. There are statements of
nn ordinary interest to all so unfortunate as
U be afflicted, with the dillicullies it cures.
HnoFLANii's Germam Bitters. These
..l..hrMid Bitters prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, 120 Arch street, Philadelphia, are
performing astonishing cures throughout the
!. onnntrv. We can bear witness to
it...;r ,.iiraiive nnwers in the case of a friend
if ours who had the Liver Complain, and
ha.l ined almost every other medicine,
but without effect. After taking a few bot
ties of these Bitters he was entirely cured.
To those who are similarly amicieu were
mm(,,i,l ihem to lake the preparation
knowing thut they will cure the disease
spoken of, and many others to hich "flesh
;i m There is a spurious articli
made in Philadelphia. The only place to
.i ihe r-enuine article IS 120 A tub street
of Dr. Jackson, or bis agents
throughout the country.
At Lock Haven, on Tuesday morning,
May S5.h, by thehev.S. A. Gayley, Geo.
L I Painter, EJitor of the Muncy Lununa
rv to Rose A., daughter ef Mr. Thomas
' r nlr ll:IVn.
Hridgens, ui ..........
T . , . 1. in An ihe Uih ulU Mr. BENJA
MIN L. VASTLNE, in the 85tb year of his
iTh- deceased ha been for many years a
member of the Rosh Baptist Church, and for
upwards of 50 years an inhabitant of Hush
in Derrv tp.. Montonr eo . on the 29th or
Arl'l, Jofisi- ROMNSOlV, .ged.bo.,1 31
'Tcaltawissa, on the 21st tilt., Mrs. SA.
RAH GEARHART, widow of the late Wm
I Franklin tp , Montour CO , on the 23d
June 2, 1852.
Fi.our and Meat.. Flour is firmer: mix
ed brands are selling nt $4 134 per bbl. for
export, and at 94,121 a $4 25 to the home
trade. Extra flour is held at $41 a 5.
Rye Fi.our. Sales at 3.25.
Corn Meal. Last sales of fresh ground
at 3 12.
Wheat Is active: sales of Southorn red
at 97 ; mixed 91, and prime white at tl,03.
Rtb Is wanted at 75 cents.
Cork Is in fair demand J sales of jellow
afloat, at 65 rts. and while nt 62 cents.
Oats. Are dull ; sales of Southern at 43c,
and of Pennsylvania at 44 cents.
Whiskey. Sales in bbs. and hhds. at 21c.
June 2, 1851.
GRAIN. The supply of Wheat is small
for the last day or two. Sales of good to
prime reds to-day at 97 a 98 uls. ; white at
SI. a 1,3 ; and a large lot very prime white,
taken for Shipment, at 103 els.
Sales of new Corn, in good condition, at
56 cts. w hile, and 68 a 69 cts. for yellow
Damp parcels sell at 45 a 50 cts. Sales of
old torn at 64 a 56 els.
We quote Oats at 38 a 40 cts. for Mary
land, and 411 cts for Pennsjlvania.
WHISKEY. Sales of Pennsylvania bbls.
at 211 cts., and of hhds. at 201 cents.
SUNI.UKY PRICE CURRENT
THE VERY LATEST ARRRIVAL,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
FXIILING & GRANT.
RESPECTFULLY inform the public snd
"Ihc rest of mankind," that they have just
received and opened the best and cheapest stock of
Spring: Summer Goods
tlint hug over been brought to Sun bury.
i heir stock consist of every varie'y or
Dvy Goods, viz :
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sallinels, Vestings,
And all kinds of Summer Wear.
Also a splendid variety of
LADIES DRESS & FANCY GOODS,
Calicoes, Ginghams, Lnicns, Chintzes, Dt
And every variety of goods suitable for La
Also an extensive assortment of
Panama and Palm Leaf Hats.
Also a large assortment of GIIOCEIIIEI,
Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spice
of all kinds.
Also a large assortment of
HARDWARE and QUEENSWARE,
Fish, Salt and Plaster.
Also a trend supply of
liil"G! AND MEDICINES.
Besides the largest and most general assort
ment of all kinds of goods to be had iu this
fir Country produce ol all kimls taken m -
change at the highest market price.
Sunbury, May 22, 183.
MISS M. E. WHARTON, thankful for the
patronage heretofore extended toward
hor, announces to her friends nnd tho publie
generally, that she ban icmoved her Millin
ery Store to the building at the corner of
Alaiket square, ami directly opposite air.
Coven's Hulel The business will heieafter
be conducted by Mis. Wharton, who respect-
lullv solicits a continuance ot I he patronage
of ihe publie, nnd intends selling of the pre
sent slock ot lionnets, Kiubons, flowers and
Parasols at Iirst cost.
Sunbury, May 22, 1852 61.
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
JIIAILER MASON has Ihe pleasure of
ii.liiriiii.'irr ihi. inhabitant of Sunburv and
vicinity that he has opened Rooms at the
State House, where he will be in readiness
to receive visitors between the hours of 9 A.
M. and 5 P. M. Pictures taken with snv
desirable effect of light or shade arid colored
in Ihe highest perfection of the art and no
regard lo weather.
Instructions given and apparatus furnished
N. B. Perfect satisfaction given in all rv
ses or no charge.
Sunbury, May 22, 152. If.
FETEIt AV. GRAY
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Sunbury and vicinity, that he has commen
ced a new store in Whortleberry street, in the
house formerly occupied by Mrs. dray, and has
just receivej and opened a well selected assort
Consisting in part of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKS, 8ATTIXETTS,
A nd a general assortment of
LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS
of every variety and style.
GROCERIES of every description.
Also an assortment of
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
And a general variety of other articles such as
are suitable to the trade, all of which will be sold
at the lowast prices.
Country produce taken in exchange at the
Buubury, May 15, 1852. 6m.
GEORGE C. WELKER
rTWANKFCL for past favors, respectfully in-
-- forms the citizens of Sunbury and vicinity,
that he has just received a handsome assortment
Of Cloths, Cassitntrt, Cashmerets, Vesting,
Linen If Cotton Drillings, Trimmings,
Gloves, Stockings, Suspender., Cra
vats, silk If linen Handkerchief i.
Alse fa.hionabie SILK HAT8.
The above articles having been selected with
Brest care, will be sold at the lowest rates, or
made un in the test style on ressonable terms-
Tailoring in all its branrhes carried on es usual.
Sunbury, May 15, 185a. if.
anj Porter's Rhetorical Reader, iust receiv.
td snd for sal. by WM. McCARTY.
Bunbury, May J, Ii5l.--
Late the Estate of E. P. SHANNON, Esq.,
AT PFJTATE 3ALE.
rTMIE subscribers, Executors of the Estate
of Ephraim P. Shannon, late of Ihe Bor
ough of Northumberland, offer at private sale,
the following valuable Real Estate, viz:
Lot No. 77, Corner of Queen nnd Front
Street, on which is erected a two story Brick
Building, formerly occupied by the deceased
as Store and Dwelling, anil now occupied
as such. There are also on the lot two frame
Lot No. 52, situated in Market Street, nn
which is erected a two story while Frame
Duelling, &c., adjoining John Taggurt, Esq.,
occupied by Ct.as. Knous. j
Lots Nos. 69, 70, 71 & 72, situate in Mar
ket Slreet, a two story white Frame Dwel
ling, occupied by James Dimly, and a stable
is erected on lols No. 69 & 70.
Tho undivided half of Lol No. 120, situate
on Ihe corner of Duke and 4th Sheet, nn
which is erected a two story dwelling, ociu
pied by Joseph McCallister.
Lot No. 188, situate in Queen Street nn
which is erected a two story while Frame
Building, occupied by Juhn liuikcit
Lot No. 60, situate at Northway and Wa
ter Streets, on which are erected two Frame
Dwellings and Stabling, occupied by widow
Vaudling and John Vandling.
A No Ihe undivided fourth part of lot 1G6,
on which is erected a twostoiy Fiame Dwel
ling, occupied by John Vandyke.
Also ten acres of cleared land, adjoining
lauds of John Dehay, on the East side of tho
Susquehanna, about ihree miles below Dan
ville. Also two adjoining vacant town lots, situ
ated on Ihe corner of .slh'oih1 and Oiangu
streets, numbered in the geneiul plan of -ongh.
Nos. 215 & 216.
Also four vacant lols on Third and Orange
Streets, numbered in the general plan ol said
Borough, Nos. 209, 210, 2 1 1 & 212.
Also four vacant lots fronting on Market
and Sixth Streets, running East to an Alley,
numbered in Ihe general plan of said Bor
ough, Nos. 77, 78, 79 & 80.
Also four vacant lots fronting on Orange
Street, nnd numbered in ihe general plan of
said Boroifgh, Nos. 185, 18C, 187 & 188.
The above property will be sold in parts
or parcels lo suit purchasers, on reasonable
terms. For further particulars apply to John
dike, Esq., at Nnrtliumbeilaud, or to the
ALFRED KNEASS, ) ,, ,
THOMAS STRAWBRIDGE, J rs
Northumberland, May 22, 1852. tf.
B EX.I AMI X HKFFN E R
TJESPECFFCI.I.Y informs the citizens of
Sunbury and vicinity, that he hss ornrd a
new store in the room lately occupied by George
li right, opposite Bolton's Hotel. He has just re
ceived a handsome assortment of
Spring nnd Kiiinnicr ftoods,
consisting in part of
Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets.
SUMMER WAKE of all kinds, of linen, cotton
and worsted. ALSO:
Calicoes, CsliiffliantN, Lanni,
MounncMmc Off lenities
and all kinds of Ladies Dress Goods.
GROCERIES of every variely.
Also an assortment of Hardware. Iron
and Steel, Nails, &c.
Also an excellent assortment of
QUEENSWARE, of various styles and
Also an assortment of HOOTS & SHOES.
Palm Leaf and other Hats and Caps.
Salt, Fish, ty.
Also a variety of LIQUORS such as
II i' .-ind). f;i:i, Wiiie, Jtv.
And a ffrc.it variety of other articles such as are
suitable to the trade, all of which will be sold ut
the lowest prices.
IT?" Country produce taken in exchange at
the highest prre.
Sunbury, May I, 1852. ly.
New Arrangements for
Susqut'lianiiii Packet Uoats.
Former Detentions at Ihe Junction Avuidtd !
rN and after May 12, 1852, Ihe Packet will
leave the Junction daily at 3 o'clock, P. M.
(or upon the arrival of the Cars leaving Phila
delphia ot 8 o'clock, A. M.,) and arrive ut Wil-
liamsort next day at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Leave Williamsport, daily, at 11 A.M.
Arrive at Northumberland, ut 7 " P. M.
And at the Junction, at 5 M A. M.
In time to take the cars for Philadelphia and
SUSQUEHANNA BOAT COMPANY.
Harrisburg, May 15, 1S52. 3in.
Saddlery and Harness Establishment of
G. AV. STltOH,
Market Street, Sunbury,
A new assortment of Silver, IIl'UM and
Which he will cither make up to order r sell
separately for rash at prices as low if not lower
than can lie had anvwhere else.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS,
Trunkal, TnllecN, &.C ,
Constantly kept on hand or manufactured to or
der. CARRIAGE TRIMMING
done on the shortest notice.
All persons are invited to cull and examine for
All kinds of produce taken in exchange.
Sunbury, May I, 1852. tf.
FANCY GOODS AND MILLINERY.
MISS JANE FINNEY
(Successor to Mrs. Elizabeth Follmer,)
IJ ESPECTFULLY informa the citizens of
Sunbury and vicinity that she has received
a new stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods,
Such at B nnets. Ribbons, Laces, Edgings,
tine jijusnns, qc, tfc, Ifc,
Also a large assortment of
Ladlesj and C hildren'! Shoes.
BONNETS done up in the neatest style, and
at the shortest notice.
In order to sell cheap, she hns adopted the
rash system. She will therefore be enabled to
sell at the lowest prices.
Sunbury, May 8, 1852. t.
JOHN A. TAVLOR,
AND GRAVE STONES OF THE FINEST
Italiam and Americam Masble.
At hi Old Stand in Northumberland, Pa
RESPECTFULLY inform the publie that all
work in his line will be made up of the very
best material and finished in tle latest style of
the .astern cities.
Those ia waul of such articles well mads and
rxreuted in the beat style and at the lowest rates,
will do well to call and examine before tliey pur
Msy IS, 1852. !j.
In the Dry floods business!
Goons to tr. sold Cheaper than the
CiiiAfKKT at thr Store or
ISAA.C CAMPBELL CO.,
In I'pper August townahlp,
.NorlAiimoeWanc County, Pa.
HJHO respectfully inform the public (rener
Tf sllv, that Ihey have received and ojiened
a new and well selected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting in part of
French, English and American Cloths, Black
and rancy Vammers, ftalltnells, 1 hecks,
Dritlinfs, Murlins, Ire , Calicoes,
Linens Ginchnms, Lafns, and
ull linds of Snmmrr Ware,
Delaines of even dt
Together with a lot of Ladies Dnrs Goops.
Also a fresh supply or GROCERIES,
such as Sugars. Coffee, Tens, Mo
lasses, &c . HARDWARE, Nails,
Iron, Steel, &c, also a
Iiirnjn nnrtment of
A fresh supply of DRUGS cV MEDICINES.
BOOTS and SHOES suitable for
men, women and children.
HATS and CATS such as Straw, Palm Leaf
and other hats.
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, fcc,
VT All of which will be sold cheap for rash
or in exchange for country produce at the highest
t ppcr Augusta, Slay 15, 18.2. ly.
Li7;7rr xixo iYods
AFTER many years' close investigation snd
numerous eiiicrimrnts, the Putentee takes
pleasure in informing the public that he has arri
ved at the true principle of protecting families,
dwellings and proerty from the destructive influ
ence of LIGHTNING. The calamities that
every City, Town, Village and Country falls vic
tim to annually, through the gross negligence of
Its inhabitant, is lieynnu calculation, especially
when the remedy is so easy to obtain this is
Patent Magiietio Lightning Hods,
and in Ibis alone. This Hod hns been examined
by the most scientific gentlemen in tho world
Professors M'Murlrie, Johnson, Wallor nnd ma
ny others that have examined them, recommend
and speak of them in the highest terms of appro
bation, and have pronounced them the only safe
rods in use in Ibis or any other country for the
protection of Lives and Properly. One advan
tage Is to divide and throw luck a part of the elec
tric mud harmless to the clouds; in time of a
stroke this enables the rod to conduct that portion
of fluid that belongs to the earth without the
lightest danger of leaving the conductor. This
rod hns manv other advantages over the old one.
The only place of manufacturing is in
Fine St. 3 doors above 12fi, Philadelphia,
where nil persons ore respectfully invited to call
and examine for themselves. For sale Whole
sale or Iteluil bv
Cr The only authorized Agent for the Coun
ties of Union, Juniata, Milllin, Clinton, Lycom
ing, Norlhurulicrhind, Montour, Columbia, Lu
xerne, is SAMUEL HOOVER.
ilartleton, Union eounhi. Pa.
Orders and letters addressed (post paid) to Mr.
Hoover, will he promptly attended to.
May 8, 1S.V2. 4m.
(Nearly apnos'te Weaver1 Hotel,)
Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pa.
I. VT. TENEIl & CO.,
TEG respectfully to announce to thr citizens
of Sunbury and its neighborhood, and to the
public generallv, that thev arc now oiiening an
entirely new and well selected
Stock of Co oil 8,
Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries.
In t'l ware, lucciisivarc,
Boct3, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
With, a choico assortment of
Consisting of Brandy, Ginger Brandy,
l hen ISi audy, Holland Giu,
Rum, Wtiskvy, and rorf,
Madeira and German
All of which they or determined to sell for the
We respectfully solicit a call and inspection of
Sunbury, May 1, 1S."2 ly.
New Carpet Store.
SAILS? & BUCTEEB.
SB A VING made extensive alteration in their
8 Store, and increased their facilities fur
liusiucss, would invite the attention of purcha
sers to their large assortment of
Super Ingrain, V CARPETINGS.
" Imperial 3 Ply.
riain & Twilled Venetian I
FLOOR OIL CLOTHES of every width.
Cavtov Mittikcs of tvrru style and quality
imported. As these goods have been purchased
far cah, and we intend conducting our liusiucss
on 1 hk Lasii 1'hixciple purchasers msy re
ly upon obtaining bargains.
HAU.EY & BROTHER,
Importer and Manufactures of I'arpetings
Twelfth &. Market St., Philadelphia.
March 20, 1852 3m.
NEW COUNTRY STORE,
At the Forks of Ihe Plum Creek and Tidpe
hocken Road, (near Krcihbaum's Black
J A COll WKIMER,
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he
has opened a new Store at the above place
and has just received a splendid stock of new
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting in part of
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinets,
DRILLINGS and all kinds of linen cetton
and worsted summer ware.
Callicoes, Muslin de Laines, Lawns,
And all kinds of Dress Goods for Ladies.
Tea, CovrcE, Surah, Molasses, Le.
GllOCERIES, of all kinds.
BRANDT, GIN, WINE, and all kinds of
Hardware. Iron and Steel, Nails, ie.,
Shoes, Boots, Caps, Pulm leaf and other Hals,
Fish, Salt, &c,
A II of which he will sell at the most reasonable
prices for cash or country produce.
May 8, 1652 -tf.
Estate of ZIBA BIRD, Dec'd
VOTICE is hereby given that letters teatsmeu
I tary, have breu granted lo il subscribers,
on the estate of liba Bird, deed., lata of tlie
township of Point, Northumberland county. All
person indebted to aaid estate or having; claims
against tut same are requested to call on the sub
scribers for settlement.
JOSEPH BIRD, ) ,
ISAM IE L READER,
fibipvokrn tf., Msy 8, 15S. 6u
For Ilia Care f
OHITIS, GROUP, ASTif.
MA, WHOOPING -COUGH
This remedy is offered to the community with
tho confldcnco wa feel iu an article which sel
dom fails to realize the hnppirst effects that can
be desired. So wide is the field of its usefulness
and so numerous ths enses of its cures, that al
most every section of the country abounds in
persons, publicly known, who have lieon restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of ths
lungs, by its use. When once tried, its superi
ority over every other medicine of its kind, is too
apparent to escape observation, and where ita vir
tues are known, the public no longer hesitate
what ami. Into to employ for the distressing and
dangerous alfections of the pulmonary organs,
which are incident to our climate, And not only
iu tho formidable attacks upon the lungs, hut for
the milder varieties of Colds, Cm bus, Hoarse
suss, etc., and fur CniLimr.x it is the prcasant
est and safest medicina that can be obtained. lVo
family should be without it, and those who have
used it, never will.
Read ths opinion of ths following Gentlemen,
who will be recognized in the various sections of
country where they are located each and all as
merchants of the first class and of tho highest
character as tho oldest and most extensive
Wholesale Dealers in Medicine with an experi
ence unlimited on tho subject of which thev
speak. If thcrs is any value in the judgment of
II the undersigned, H'holcsnle Drussists,
having been for lung acquainted with yf irr's
Cheiry Pectoral, hertby certify our belief that
it is the best and most effectual 'remedy for Pul
monary Complaints ever offered to the Ameri
can People. And ire would, from our knowl
edge of its r.nmpusitiun, anil c.rtensive uscjul
ness, cordial I if commend il to Ihe afflicted as
worthy their best confidence, and with the firm
conviction thai it will do for their relief ull
that medicine can do.
Ilenshaw, Kdmands & Co., Boston Mass.
Iteese & Coulson, ltaltimore, Mil.
Ladd & Inirruham, liangor, Maine,
llavilaud, Harrnll Ac Co., Charleston, S. C.
Jacob r'urnum, Detroit, Michigan.
J . II. McAllister. Louisville, Ky.
yrancis & Walton, 8t. Louis Missouri.
Joseph Tucker, Mobile, Alabama.
Theodore A Peck, Durlinpton, Vt.
llavilaud, l'i.-ley & Co., Aaunsta, Ga.
Isaac D. James, Trenton, IS'. J.
J. M. Townsecd, PilUburir, I'n.
Clark A Co., Chicago, Illinois.
F.. K. Gay, Durliugton, Iowa.
M. A. iSnutos & Son, Norfolk, Vs.
Edward Urinuhurst, Wilmington, Del.
John Gilbert cV Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Z. 1). ft W. II. Oilman, Washington, D. C.
J. Wright V Co., New Orleans, La.
Wats, Wall &. Co., Fort Wayne, la.
C. C. lliihinoi.il & Co., iSan Francisco, Cal.
Lewis k Ames, Tallabasse, Florida.
. R. (Strong, Knnxville, Tennessee.
Chilton A Duer, Little Kotk, Ark.
Miller, Slado & Co., Lexington, Miss.
N. 1). Labadie, Galveston, Texas.
Chas. Dyer, Jr., Providence, U. I.
Jos. M. Turner, Savannah, (Ju.
Wade, Ei kstein & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
IX FORF.IGX COCXTI'.IES j
J. G. Cofiui & Co., Valparaiso, Chili.
F. M. Dimoiid & Co., Vera Cruz. Mexico.
Rred Rivas & Co., Bogota. New Grenada.
H. Provost & Co., Lima, Peru.
Morton & Co., Halifax, Nova Scotia,
'J'. Walker & Son, St. Johns, N. It.
C. G. Salinas & Co., Kio Janeiro, Bra7.il.
With such assurance, and from such men, no
stronger proof ran be adduced, except that found
in its cIVccts upon trial.
Prepared uud sold by JAMF.S C. AVER,
Practical Chemist. Loirtll, Mass.
Sold in Sunbury by H. MASSER, and by
Druggists generally throughout the State.
November 1, 1 H5 1 lyrcSmo.
Tremendous Excitement! !
Cnsli, Steam, Klertricity ! !
77if At rial and all other lines out done ly the
Lightning l ine of
T11A T. CLEMENT.
T'llO, having great faith iu rapid sales and
small profits, has just received aim opened
a large assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
At bis Store iu Market Slreet, Sunburv, which
lie offers to the publie ttt the lowest prices.
His stoc k consists of a general assortment of
Dry floods, viz :
Cloths. Cassiwrs, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings,
Muslitis, Linens. Culieoes, Muslin de
Lotus, Lawns, Giaphams, Bcragcs.
Silk & Palm Leaf Hats.
A large assortment of Boots nnd Shoes, for
Men, Women and Children.
Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Cheese, Spi
ces, Fish Salt, Plaster.
Viz : Iron and Steel, Nails, Files, Saws, 4e.
Tra Setls, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, cVc.
Wine. Draiuly, Gin, Rnm, Whiskey, it-
TV Country product of ull kinds taken in ex
change at the highest market prices.
May 8, 1852. ly.
NEW MILLINEHY STOKE,
Pawn Street, Sunbury.
MISS KLLKX l'ETKHY,
VVOULD respectfully announce to the ladies
of Sunbury sud vicinity, that she has just
returned from the City of Philadelphia, and in
tends opening a new and handsome assortment of
on Saturday, April 8, at her Store, opposite the
uaplial l lunch, and invites the public to call and
examine Her stock.
Bunburv, April 3, 1853. if.
1LANK DEEDS printed on ths best quality
of parchment paper, sold at the lowest prices
at tins olhce, by wholesale and retail
Estate of WM. EASE, sr. Dec'd.
XTOTICE is hereby aiven that letters tests men
' tary have liecu stunted to the subscribers on
the estate of Win. Kase, sr. dec'd., late of Mush
township, Nonhumlierlaud county. All persons
indebted lo said estate or having claims against
Ihe asms are requested to call oh the subscribers
JOHN KASE, jwrl
(SIMON P. KASE, I "
Danvilla, Msy 8, 1854. 6L
lOR sale at this efuce. Superior Black Ink,
Cattle Medicina at 25 eta, Pur Kssane of
Gioger, 86 rtata
GJ.ASS, DltTJQS, PAINTS, AS.
WIIOM:S tM2 AIM) ItKTAII..
THE Philadelphia Window Glass Ware
house, and Drug, Paint, Varnish, Oil and
Color Stores, .
Xoi. 38 and 35 North Fourth Street.
rfnst side, has the largest assortment of Window,
Picture, Conch, Case, Hot-House, and other
In the city ( Comprising upwards (if 15.A00 dif
ferent si7.es, ranging from the smallest size, tip to
38 by 60 inches of Sheet, and fls large ss & by
7 feel of Plate Glass, ini lu.ling English Crown,
French, German and American, both
Single and Double Thick.
Also, a large assortment of Very Thick Glass,
for Sky-Lights, Bulk Windows, Ac.
The Subscriber having a heavy slock on hand
is prepared to fill orders at the shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. Odd sizes
of any pattern cut to order.
Ground White Lead ; Paint, Varnish, of ev.
cry description t Turpentine j Linseed Oil, boil
ed and raw Paint Mills) Putty; Brushes;
Dye Woods, Ac., &r., Ac.
And also, a largo supply nf fresh importad
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J. H. SPUAGI E.
Nos. S3 & 35 Noith 4lh St., E. Side.
April 10, 1852 ly.
Wholesale nl Etetail Clock
S. E. Cor ncr Stcond and Chestnut Sis.,
WHERE may lc found, ono of tho largest
and best assortments of Clocks and Time
pieces in the I'nitcd States, in quantities to suit
purchasers, of from a single Clock, to one thou
pand Clocks; embracing every variety of sty l
and manufacture, suitable for Churches, Halls,
Counting Houses, Par lots, Sleeping A partntcnls,
and Kitchens, Steam and Canal Boats, and Rail
Also general sale Agent, for Rripp's lately pat
ented Scientific Niche Gold Pen. Wholesale
and Retail Gold and Silver Pen Holders, and
Pencils, and a variety of Fancy Goods. Those
wishing to purchase will find it to their interest
to call In. for o purchasing elsswhere.
S. E. Cor. Chestnut &. 2nd Sts., l'hila.
April 10, 1852. ly.
J. H. & W. B. HART,
V II O L K S A Ii V. V. 11 O t: F. It S,
No. 229 North 3rf St., above Callowhill,
A large assortment of Groceries always on
hand, which will be sold at the lowest pikes for
Cash or approved Credit.
April 10, 18o2. ly.
R. COItMXll 5. I. F. 1IAKI.R. YV. C. HAKI.R.
Cornelius, linker Co.,
MAM TATUir-liS OF
Lamps, Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, &c.
STOKE NO. 170 CHESTNUT ST..
Manufactory No. 181 Cherry St.,
April 10, 1852. tf.
SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY,
No. 19 H ood St., between 2d If 'id Sts., and
Ao. 1 i oiri bin street,
Jolm Bancroft Jr. anil Son.
ESPECTFULLY inform store-keepers, Mcr
chants, iVc, that they Manufacture and have
for Sale, Palm, White, Variegated, Yellow and
Brown Soaps, Mould and Dipped Candles, all of
good quality and at reasonable prices.
I t? Cash paid lor 1 allow and roujfli r ut.
April 10 1S52. ly.
LIBERTY STOVE WORKS,
rTIIE undersigned respectfully inform the ptrV
-"- lie that they arc iu full operation at their
new foundry, uud ready to execute orders for
stoves of every description on tho most reasona
They invite the attention of STOVE DEAL-
ERS to their large assortment of STO V ES, all
of which are entirely new, and got up at great
expense. Among which aro the Liliertv Air
Tij4ht Cook, Complete Cook, Star Air Tight,
Star Franklin, Star Hadiator, Jennv I.iud Im
proved, Fire King Radiators, Salamanders, Can
nons, Bases, Bare Cylinders, liar Room Stoves,
1' urnaccs, Gas Ovens, &c, &c.
ABBOTT 4- LAWRENCE.
N. B. Country merchants arc parwsk lurly
invited to cull and examine our assortment.
April 10, 1852, ly.
NEW GOODS !
.1. 11. KAVFFMAX
At His New More iu Hollowing Tain,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
customers, that he has just iceeived a new
stock of goods, which he oilers to the public
at the lowest prices, viz:
Spring and Summer lirj Goods,
Cloths, Cassimcres, Snttincfts, Mcrinoi,
Mousseline De Lames, Flannils
and every variety of goods suitable for ths season.
Also Silk Hats, Caps, A.e.
ALSO : An assortment of Hardware.
All Kimls, of (Irocerics,
A vuricty of Qureusware, Croiiery, &t.
Besides a variety of oilier articles, suitable for
All kinds of produce taken in exchange (or
goods at the highest market price.
Hollowing Run,' April 17, 1952. tf.
H. J. WOLVTETOJT,
-TTOE1TET US LAV.
OFFICE in Market street, Sunbury. adjoining
the OlVue of the "American" and opposite
the Post Ollice.
Dusiness promptly attended to in Northumber
land and the adjoining Counties.
Ktrr.H to : Hon. C. W. Hegins and 11. Dun
nan, l'ottsvillei Hon. A. Jordan and II U. Mas
April 10, !J5?.--Iy.
nEXRY W. UrCHEU iufonua the jiublic
that he has taken the Sunbury Kerry and
aa he is now well prepared with good ami sull'i
rient traits lie will lo mul led to accommodate
the public with promptness and despatch.
April 10, 185a. tf.
BONNETS AND STRAW GOODS.
wrti i r 'P w & T rri v ... :..r...M.
. hw.. . i, ..... v.. ni.iu. iu iiiiuirn
is now prepared to furnish lln m with a new
anil wvll selected stork of Dim nets of the new
est style, and materials, together with a variety
of other straw goods snd
He will also be receiving throughout the season
all the fresh and desirable st)ks which lie will
sell at the lowest prices.
JOHN T. WAI.TO.V.
No. 61 North 8nd at,, PliiladclyUie.
March 13, 1853.3mo.
1. EXTRACT OF COFFEE. An excellent
- article more wholmoine auJ murh clar
than Coflje itself. For sale st tins office.
, April 17, 185S
STAC, E OFFICE.
JAMES COVERT, Proprietor, .
OI'LD respectfully announce that he haf
Intm this we 1 known Maud, wher h
will be gratified lo see' and entertain hi friends'
and the travelling public generally. This house;
is now replete with every convenience, comforta
ble, plcssantly located, handsomely, furnished;
well ii utilated, renderlrfg It In sverjr rspct i
desirable stopping plaeC. . ;
No expense has Wen spared in fitting up tins
house. The chandlers arc well furnished and
the table and bsf pfovlded wllli fh htst th"
market call affbfrt. . A
The stable accommodations aro sxtcnaiv and
well calculated for travelers.
The stages funning from Northumberland to
Pottsville, atop at this house, where thtdiigh anJ
way tickets to Philadelphia can bo obtained.
Sunbury, March SO, 1852. tf.
THE GREAT rillZE BI&ft.Al. AR
iiiciruir Be tulI,
No. US Chestnut St., above Si.rlh, Front f
AVE just received their Priw
Medal, awarded in them fof
their best Travelling Trnnks ex'
hibited nt the World's Fair in London, 1851 -being
the only exhibitors to whom any award
was made. Their competition was with all th
world, and they have taken THE PRIZE 1
TRUNKS, VALISES, DAGS, &c
To bo found in this City, and at verv low prices'
Call and see, MICKEY fc TULL,
Trnnk Manufacturers, H8 Chestnut tilt
April 10, 1852. tf.
81,000,000 Saved Yearly by Purchasing
SILVER'S MINERAL PAINTS
r"HK viiiW nf tlie nr) nntnre't mm nrortttctlonf.-v
L Tin-He Piiiiitft differ from nil other m th Anrlcct
Ihey Hf "t flayn ; Ihey rnniirc Utile Oil. flow enify nd
cner with u heavier Nulv limn white leniT. They neither
crack iir peel, uiul ilry readily, muUntf Bit I.naMEL vt
CO,.onr-AVe teven different po.nm.Ti: thre
fif n. ,hoec'tnt"( nnd YctkiVf nnd by cum
Linnti m innke eteffr vnriwy nm! smtttt( e'it.
1MIY. These fount nrt uNpennr1 in IxkIv (or toff
iiiQ pmpertv) to any yet ilmeMvefert. ni' por.Wf tif patia
will eover i"l..uMe ihe urlacu of white lead, ziiie, or othec
IUdN -Th Iron thry furnish n perft-et proleetiotf
B7mn rurt, f r thy cniiain no inetiil, which lik whit
h-atl lifts drn!rnetivi'!y on the imn ; in fiit ih Fni4
iu;tk''F imn il itthlv vnlitnhle fr lraiklinr pftfiKii'if.
HIJUK Y(r,K. 'I liey (five U him walls a nut ah
hei'vifrciiiitiiip than nlher patnts. and il sttiidiiis is requir
ed. ni'thiM! Intltls s firmly ur iiuiKhes sn well with t-
Old) I: i KH'r. sivi; nit n rn if. nrvef okfuml lenkv
Silver's .Mineral I'tiinis will niukc tt einnply new ana
mote fiidiirinii than il ever was.
Mill's umii" this extra irdhmry Mineral as we prepara'
it for Ihi'in. will he pruof ogitinst the acliun if hot auuat
wiTinii ntid n ilt water.
CAIMTA LISTS nnd Pl'l t.PF.US nre fnvKcrf to ffwftrf
strict w rnlmy into the mtrim n tf. e T'amt. They will
tiiut a very crcat rihfti 'ti mipht be made in the enst of
p-iiiitunr. Tht-se l'nints nre purely mineral ; all elns anrf
tit her i, ni unties are washed nut in prejwinnir them fnt tha
nnrkcl. They r?st hut ball Ihe pneiMif vhiie Isad and
Ihe aatne qufintiiy will rn r twiee the surface, and" lftt
n time ns I 'ii'rT wlueh in I'aet reduees t?i pfie to ons
tweluh. Clinuitc hap nn erb-rt on thii lamt. nnd is equally
valuable in the r !d f.'auiiilas or imr tunny 1'lnriifn.
1)111 I t I ION'S I'Se Lirifefd Oil, fntt .f thick a
y n eau. nml hh ns other paints. These I'touts nfed bol
little drier, nud i"tr pntnintr and second eoutinff in aL
h"u, w rk Huy wi;l be Muni far cheaper nml m-re durar
b!e lh.ni lead.
Itih rs nml consumers ean procure Ihis Paint wlfdeaolsf
mid ntnilnf Fit KN'CII A KlfH AltOS,
N. V. rorner 10th ami Mark t Sts , IMiiladt-lphia.
fit wm a I W'h dewil' Ac'Mifs; nls- Imjottrrs of Plata aa
C"i"rt ti W ind w TilaN. Dealeis in tirugn. Paints, Ac-
.Mairh 13, ljtf. 3nui.
IIKXRY CAUR. CKO. Lf.AGl H. J. II OIF.Sl
COlLTiSSlON AND FOMYABfllXG IIOl'SE-
CAIlIt, & CO.f
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
.Vo. 19, Spears- Wharf,
Will receive sm! sell KI.tJI K, tiKAIX, and a
kinds of COl'NTKY I'KODUCE and also
PARTIt'l'I-AR attention will lio given to this
In iiiu li of tlic Dusiness, liv Lewis V. 1I
Oiese, whose whole utti'iition wrll t .lrtfrj ta
the sale of I.uinlicr, anJ will oreupy an OlTire o
the I'nlls Dot-k, especially for this purpose. Mr.
Ciirse's lont; cxerieiiee, and reputiilion as a first
rate salrsmnn, is a guarantee that the highest
niiirkrt prires will always be obtained.
Iff l.iheFal 1 ash auvnnres mo(! on Lon
sii;nincnts ; hut in no rase will this House male"
nuv advnners, until the Produce is received.
March 13, 4ino.
CO M M I S SI ON M K HClI AST,
roll TIIK PAI.13 OF
Fisli, Provisions, 'c,
.Vo. 9 Xorlh Wharves,
April 10, 1852 ly.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. V. .St li. 1). STOKKS,
No. 194 Market Street, South side, First bel l
0)T FEW.OWS snd Mjnic Regalia of
every variety, suited to Ihe various ratiks
and orders, constantly on hand. Also, a lar,
and extensive stock of fathiouahlo
Elc-utiy .12 a tic Cloiliing,
manufactured by the best of workmen, and fronf
the newest style of Cioods, of lute importation, at
greatly reduced prices. They have also a larg
and well selected assortment of l'isce Oomla, of
English, French and German Fabrics, tff MW
and beautiful Patterns, which they will Mtut ttt
order in the most approved and fashionable man'
ner. and in a etierior elylo of workmanship.
February 28, 1862. lino.
The Johnston Ink
l( $ Lombard St , PHILADELPHIA.
ftMlT. ruliscrilier begs leave respectfully (a in
form I'mvrtRs generally, that he has sue
ereded to the liusiucss of manufacturing Print
iiif "' formerly CHrrifd on by his grand Fellt,
ami Father, and offers his article to the trade,
w ilhont any Pi rrs, but With the simple rcliancer
upon the long established chaiacter it has borne,
feeling confident of its giving entire, satisfaction)
to all who may favor him with a call. Trans)
CisiK CHAKLES ENEU JOHNSTON.
April 10, 1852 tf.
WM. M.lKFJELrElV ""
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dee. 13, 1851 it,
M. L. SHINDEL,
ATT03.1TET AT LAV.
Office in Market street Sunhnru, oppositi
Wiater't Hotel )
VfclNESS will be protnpt'f aftendcj to i'rt
the Counties of Northumberland, I mon.
Cultrmbia and Almituur.
Sunbury, Oct. 11, 183-Ifly.
lyeomiag; Mutual Insurance Company.
UK. J. U. MASSER is the loeat sjenl fo Oisr
above Insurance Company, in N Tliiumher
and county, and ia at all times ready to tlTcct
InsuTsnces against fire mi real or personal pro
perty, or renewing potii it's for the same,
fcunbury, April W, 1851, if.
IJAZOHS-A supcrioi artieki for sale at l
11 store of I1ENKY MAWtMs,
fiunbuiy, Feb. 10, IR.SU-