SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUBNAI
THE VERY LATEST ARRRIVAL,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
FRILING & GRANT.
RESPECTFULLY Inform the public iml
"Ilia mt nf tn.nk.l " .I... k..
received and opened the lwst unci cheapest stock of
Spring and Summer Goods -
Wist hut ever been brought to Sun bury.
Their stock consists of every variety of
Dry floods, viz :
Cloths, Cassimercs, Sattinets, Vestings,
And all kinds of Summer Wear.
Also ft splendid variety of
LADIES DRESS & FANCY GOODS,v
Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Chintzes, Dt
Laincs. Picraacs. .
And every variety of goods sellable for La-
vi 1 wear.
Also an extensive assortment of
Panama and Palm Leaf Hats.
Also targe assortment of GItOLCRinS,
Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spices
of all kinds.
Also a largo assortment of
HARDWARE and QUEENSWARE,
Fish, Salt and Plaster.
Also a tresh supply of
DRfCf AND MEDICINE.
Besides I he largest and most ceneral assort
ment of all kinds of goods to be had in this
tV Country produce of nil kinds taken in ex
change at the holiest market price.
Sunbury, May 22, 1858.
late the Estate of E. P. SHANNON, Esq.,
AT PBJTATE SALE.
THE subscribers. Executors of lh Estate
of Ephruitn P. Shannon, late of llie Bur
onilh of Northumberland, oiler at private sale,
ttiH fullowiii" valuable Real Estate, viz:
Lot No. 77, corner of Queen and Front
Street, on which is i' reeled a two story Brick
Uuililiui;, formeily occupied by the deceased
us a Store and Dwellim;, and now occupied
fls such. There aieulso on the lot Uvo frutne
Lot No. 52, situated in Market Street, on
which is erected a two story while Fiatne
1'tvHlius. &c, ndjniiiins John Tajjgart, E.,
occi pied by Chas. Kiunis.
Lots Nos. 6!, 70, 71 & 72, si'oatc in Mar
ket Slreet, a two story white Frame Dvel
lioc. occupied by J unes Ponlv, ami a stable
is erected on lots No. (59 70.
The undivided hilf nfl.nl Nn. 170, situnte
on the cornirr of Duke anil 4h Sheet, on
which is creeled a two story dwelling, occu
pied by Joseph McCnllisler
Lot No. 188, situate in Queen Street nn
which is erected a two storv v h i I e Frame
lluil.lioa, occupied by John Hinkert
Lot No. fit), ;ili. ale lit Noithway nod Wa
ter Streets, on which ate rrrc'od two Frame
IVvelliiis and Stablum, occupied by widow
Vatullini! and John Vanillins.
AIo the undivided (ninth part of lot lfifi,
on which is creeled a lunstoiy Fiatne Dwel
ling, occupied by John Yandxke.
Also ten acres f f cleared land, ndjoinii ;
lands of John Peshny, on the Eist f ide of the
Susquehanna, about linen miles below Dan
ville. Also Iwo adiniuius vacant town lots, siln-
nted on the comer of Second ami Oraiiue
streets, nuinbered in the ceneral plan of Dm.
ungh. Nos. 215 &. 216.
A!o four vacant lots on Third and Oriioi-fi
Streets, numbered in the ceneral plan ot said
R .ron;:h. Nos. 209, 210, 211 & 212
Also four vacant lots frnniina on Market
and Sixth Streets, running East to an Alley,
numbered in the general plan of said Bor
otteh, Nos. 77, 78, 79 & 80.
Also foor vacant lots frnntiuz on Orange
Street, and numbered in the general plan of
said Borough, Nos. 185', ISfi, 187 & 188.
The above property will be sold in parts
or parcels to suit purchasers, on reasonable
terms. For further particulars apply to John
C.ike, Esq., at Northumberland, or to the
ALFRED .KXF.ASS. ,
THOMAS STRAWHRIDflE. f jS r'
Northumberland, May 22, 1852. If.
PETER W. GRAY
(ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Snnburv and vicinitv, lhat he has commen
ced a new store in Whortlelierry street, in the
house formerly occupied by Mrs. fir.iy. mid has
just received and opened a well selected assort
Consisting in pnrt of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, 8ATTINETTS,
And a general assortment of
LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS
of every variety and style.
GROCERIES of every description.
Also sn assortment of
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE.
And a ceneral variety of oilier articles such ss
are suiliil'le to the trade, all of which will lie sold
at the lowast prices.
Country produce taken in exchange at the
Sunbury, May 15, 185!
Saddlery and Harness Establishment of
G. V. STKUll,
Market Street, Sunbury,
A new assortment of Silver, Ilrnaa and
M-i.i.l, I., will either make tip to order or sell
separately for cash at price, a low if not lower
than can l had anywhere else.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS,
Trim!". Tallce. Vc ,
Conrtanlly kept on hand or manufactured to or
j,,. CARRIAGE TRIMMING
done on the shortest notice.
All persons are invited to call and examine for
'rT's of produce taken in exchange.
Hu.il.nry, May I lM-ir.
New Arrangements for
Susnuehiinna Packet Boats.
. Um IiAij-f Avoided
former IJeteniwni m i -
X and .Aer May 12. IMS. the .el e, w.
leave the Junction uiwy ' - - -
ol the.rrival of the Car. leaving Phila-
Ml. .."Kick A.M.,) and arrive at Wil-
liamsport next day ai
Willi.rn.p-rt. daily, at 1 1 A yj-
And at the Junction, at . . .
jTim. o uke h car. for Philadelphia sod
PiM SUSQUEHANNA POAT COMPANY.
TlMEKSoVs A RITH EMETIC No 1.8 3.
ed and for sale by
.ojiliury, MV I,
rTMl E Venders and Retailers of Domestic.
and Foreign Merchandise of Northum
berland county, will take notice lhat they
are issssed and rated by Ihe Appraiser of
Mercantile taxes for Ihe year 1852 as sal
- Names. Class. Licens.
Charles Snyder liq 14 10 60
Daniel Heime liq 14 10 50
Benneville Hotshue liq 14 10 60
William Deppen liq 13 15 00
Josiah Swart 14 7 00
John Wirt jr liq 14 10 50
William Kcarns liq . 14 10 50
Anthony Ditty liq 14 10 50
(icnree Rinsioiis 14 7 00
Elias Wcisl liq 14 10 50
Winner & Dot key 14 7 00
Heilner & Enable liq 14
Jacob Weimer liq 14
John Kaufman liq 14
Jacob Krebs liq 14
( pper Jtugusta.
Isaac Campbell & Co liq
Elija Anderson liq
Einstein & St rouse liq
II II Vnstine liq
Wm G Kase
Taacarl & Co
Win Fanow jr liq
Win & R Feirelv
Aniineriiian fc Zern
John Rosscr & Co
Lit fie Mahonoy.
Dentler & Piper
Haves & MeCortnick
Zubrins & Baker
J. mas Wolf liq
A T Lud.via & Co liq
Dalesman c Voder
o rfh umhtrhm J.
Forsythe & Priestley liq 13
J im- s TaL'gait jr liq 13
J 'Pair jar I & Son liq 13
Maih & Vaudlmg liq 14
Win Ivlint In 14
M J D Wnhiiiiftnn liq 14
S B Deiiorniainlie 14
Conrad Wenck 14
M iry M.-Cay 14
Amelia Yuniifiman 14
Blaii & Reed 14
Isaac B own liq 13
Swei.k & Masieller 12
Aaron t'onily 12
Wm II Frj mire liq 12
John F Caslmv 14
Heinen & Brother 10
George Corrv 14
Charlis.1 Engel 14
Wm F Nasle lil 13
Swenv & Caldwell 12
Seih Cadwalader & Son 14
B II H igg 14
B Crouser 14
John Yount 14
M Yount 14
P.ahu & Chapin 14
John Mnrry 1 4
J M Wood 14
John A Gray 14
Jonathan Zellers 14
Joseph Angstad 14
S N Thompson 14
John Young 14
Geoige Biiyllt liq 1 1
John Buyers & Co 14
llnury Masser liq 14
John W Friliog & Grant 13
Ira T Clement liq 14
R & Wm Fegely 14
Benjamin HefTner liq 13
I W Timer & Co liq 13
Roup & Savage liq 13
A T Beisel liq 13
J Camp liq 13
Ilause & House) liq 14
Adam Conrad 14
J. lines Reeil 14
ALL PKltSONS ENRAGED IN SELLING PATENT
MEDICINES IN NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY
ARE ASSESSED AS FOLLOWS :
Names. Class. License.
Hayes & MiCotmick 4 5 00
John F Caslow
John A Gray
BRER IKH'SKS AND OYSTER CELLARS.
Philip Brymire liq
Christopher Stein liq
PERSONS ENOACED IN DISTILLING LIQUORS
John Kohr 10 5 00
A Deuce 9 8 00
BR EWERS WITHIN THE COUNTY.
George Baker 9 8 00
An appeal will be held at Ihe Commis
sioners' Otlico in Sunbury, nn Tuesday Ihe
15ih ilav June next, at 10 o.clock, A. RL, at
which time and place those iuteiesled may
REUBEN W. ZARTMAN, Mer. Afr.
Jackson township, May 29, 1852. 3t.
CEOHGI3 C. WELKER
r"IIIANKFUL for past favors, respecifu'ly in--
form the cilircm of Kunlmry and vicinity,
thut he has just received a handsome assortment
Of Cloths. Casnimrrs, Cashmerets. Xestings.
Linen l( Co'fon Drill in ps, Trimmings,
Cloves, Stockings, Suspendtrt, Cra
vats, silk If linen Handkerchiefs.
Also fashionable SILK HATS.
The above articles having been selected with
great care, will lie sold at the lowest rates, or
inadn up in the best style on reasonable terms.
Tailoring in all its branches carried on as usual
riunbury, May 15, 1852. If.
JOHN A. TAYLOR,
AND GRAVE STONES OF THE FINEST
Italian and American Marble.
At his Old Stand in Northumberland, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY inform the public that all
work iii hi. line will he made up rf the very
best material and finished in the latest style of
the Eastern cities.
Those in want of such articles well made and
executed in the best tyl and at the lowest rates,
will do well to rail slid examine belore tuey piu
May 15, 1852 1y.
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
AGREEABLE to the provisions of an Act
of Assembly, entitled an act directing
the mode of selling unsealed lands for taxes,
and for other purposes, passed on the 13th
day of March, 1815. and Ihe further supple
ments thereto passed. The Treasurer ol the
County of Northumberland hereby gives no
tice 10 all persons concerned Iheiein, llml un
less the County, Road, School and Stale tax
es, due on the following tracts of unsealed
lauds, situate in Northumberland county, are
paid before the day of sale, the whole or
such parts of each Iracl as will pay Ihe char
ges and costs chargeable thereon, will be
sold at the Court House in ihe Borough of
Sunbury, County of Noithumberland, on Ihe
second MONDAY in Juno next, and be con
tinued by adjournment from day In day, for
arrearages ol taxes due said County, and Ihe
costs accrced on each respectively :
No. or Acnirs. Tnn-mmH. Amockt Dc.
WjtaKASTFti Names. D"Ls. Cts.
Anlts Frcilerick Cord
llnwer Thrift! inn
Ilriiilv Willinm P
Dnr I. nke
1 11 .11 William
l-'iiQt ly Willinm tt ilonvn
t.illieri W ili'inn
(nnlnrr Arrhilmhl ir
i;nrilir ArctoUikl jr
Hull" I'.tln mini
J oril.in Ali'Xiiniter
lipll lit rrf
I ritio Mniy
Mi'yer lie Tjre
J V 1J
Sn 7 .1
3' 41 1
Martin Join, (1
M-'nis 11 Wir.inm
Miller l-rim- U
lVtrey I'et. r
lleytt ilil. John
Rn.ton 1 homus
Triekel Chnrlen O
nrenf is IVier
llnrron John jr
llr wiong Peler
Onriluer Win 1
I jike Iticlinnl
Metzeer John D
(inliluei Willinm P
4 1 1
K I.I.I J. .I.n
Treasurer of Noithumberland county.
Sunbury, March 20, 1852. 4t.
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizen, of
Sunbury and vicinity, that he hn. opened a
new store in the room lately occupied by George
Ri'mht. opposite Holton s Hotel. He ha just re
ceived a liandsuiiie assortment of
Spring anil Kiniiiiier Goods,
consisting in part of
Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets.
SUMMER WARE of all kinds, of linen, cotton
and worsted. ALSO:
CullrorN, Gingham, l.atinii,
MoiiNMellne De lenities
and all kinds of Ladies Dres. Goods.
GROCERIES of every variety.
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 K SHOTS.
Palm Leaf and other Hats and Caps.
Salt, Fish, 150.
Also a variety of LIQUORS such as
Ilrandy. iu, Wine, SLc.
And a great variety of other article, such a. are
suitable to the trade, all of which will be .old at
the lowest price.
CV Country produce taken in exchange at
the highest price.
Suuhury, May 1, 1852 ly.
MISS M. E. WHARTON, thankful fer the
patronauo heretofore extended toward
her, announces to her friends and Ihe public
generally, thai the has lemoved her Millin
ery Store to the building at ihe corner of
Maiket square, and directly opposite Mr.
Covert's Hotel The business will hereafter
be conducted by Mis. Wnarion, who respect
fully solicits a continuance of ihe patronage
of the publio, and intends selling off the pre
sent slock of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers and
Parasols at first coat.
Sunbury, May 22, 1852. 61.
In the Dry Goods Business!
Goods br sold Chkapks than tub
Chkapfst at tii Stork or
ISAA.C CAMPBELL $ CO.,
a I'pper Aunuftta township,
iVorAiimlifrlnno! County, Pa.
"WijnO respectfully Inform Ihe public gener
y if ally, that they have received and opened
a new and well selected stork of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting In part of
French, English and American Cloths, Plack
and Fancy Cuisimcrs, Sattinettf, Checks,
Drillings, Marlins, tee , Calicoes,
Linens Ginghams, Latrns, and
all kinds of Summer Ware,
Delaines nf evert de
Tone! her with a lot of Ladit.s Drks Goon.
Also a fresh supply of GROCERIES,
such as Snuars. Coffee, Tens, Mo
lasses, &c, HARDWARE, Nails,
Iron, Steel, kc, also a
larnrn assortment of
A fresh supply of DRUG8 & MEDICINES.
BOOTS and SHOES suitable for
men, women and children.
HATS and CAPS such as Straw, Talm Leaf
and other hats.
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, &c,
l.V All of which will bo sold cheap for cash
or in cxi-linne for country produce at the higliext
Upper Augusta, May 15, 1R52. ly.
FTEU many years' close InvesliRiitinn and
numerona exieriments, the Patentee takes
pleasure in informing the public that he bus arri
ved at Ihe true principle of protecting families,
dwellings and procrtv from ttie destructive influ
ence of LltillTNLNG. The ciilninities that
every City, Town, Yillnge and Country fulls vic
tim lo annually, through the gross negligence of
its inhnbilniiU, is beyond calculation, especially
when Ihe remedy is so easy to obtain this is
ARM IT. tilt's
Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods,
and in Ibis alone. 'I'll is Rod has been examined
by the most scientific gentlemen in the world
Professors M'.Murtric, Johnson, Wullur and ma
ny others thai have examined them, recommend
and speak of them in Ihe highest terms of appro
bation, and have pronounced them the only safe
rods iii use in this or any other wuntry for the
protection of Lives and Property. One advan
tage is to divide and throw buck 11 part of the elec
tric fluid harmless to the clouds; in time of a
stroke this enables the rod to conduct that portion
of fluid that hclmc's lo the earth without the
slightest (Linger of lcaiiii the conductor. This
rod has many other advantage over the old one.
The only place of 11 1 :i mi 1'o-1 11 rtii tr is in
Vine St. 3 doors above 2lh, Philadelphia,
where all persons are respectfully invited lo call
and examine for themselves, for sale Whole
sale or Retail bv
OP" The only authorized Agent for the Coun
ties of Union, Juniata, Millliu, Clinton, Lycom
ing, Norlhumlierland, Montour, Columbia, Lu
zerne, is KAMI-'EL HOOVEK.
Harlleton, Union count)), Pa.
Orders and letters addressed (post paid) lo Mr.
Hoover, will be promptly attended to.
May 8, 1852. 4m.
(Nearly opposite Weaver'' s Hotel,)
Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pa.
I. AV. TENER & CO.,
EG respectfully to announce lo the riiircns
of Sunbury and its neighborhood, and to tho
public generally, that they are now opening an
ntircly new and well selected
Stock of Goods,
Consisting of Dry GooIm, Groceries.
II a I'd ir a re, tiiccnsvraic,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
With a choice assortment of
Consisting of Brandy. Qinrrer Brandv.
Cherry Hramly, Holland Cilu,
Hum, Whiskey, ami Port,
Madeira and German
All of which they are determined to sell for the
W e respectfully solicit a call and inspection of
Sunbury, May 1, 1852 ly.
New Carpet Store.
BAILEY & BUCTHEF.
I B A Yl.NG made extensive alteration in their
I ft Store, and increased their facilities for
Business, would invite the attention of purcha
sers to their large assortment of
English Ta)estry, "
Super Ingrain, CARPETINGS.
Imperial 3 Ply,
Plain &i Twilled Venetian J
FLOOR OIL CLOTHES of every width.
CjisTox Mittixus of everu si vie and iiualin
imported. As these goods have been purchased
for eaxh, and we intend conducting our liusiucs
on 1 as Cash Pai xcirLB uurchaser. mav re
ly upon obtaining bargain.
UAIIXt Bi. JJKUTHEK,
Importer and Manufacture of Carpeting
Twelfth & Market St., Philadelphia.
March SO, 1852 3m.
NEW COUNTRY STORE.
At the Forks of the Plum Creek and Tulpe-
not. rioan, yncar n.reignoauin s liiock
TJESPECTFULLY informs the public lhat he
has opened a new Store at the alxive place
and has just received a splendid stork of new
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting in part of
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinets,
DRILLINGS and all kinds of linen cotton
and worsted summer ware.
Callicoes, Muslin de Laincs, Lawns,
And all kinds of Dress Good for Ladies.
Tea, Coffee, uc.ar, Molasses, &c.
GUOCCIMl'.K, of all kind.
BRANDY, GIN, WINE, nd all kinds of
Hardwnrf. Iron anil Mrel, Nails, ir.,
Shoes, Boots, Caps, Palm leaf and other Huts,
Fish, Salt, &e.,
All of which he will sell at the most reasonable
prices for cash or country produce.
May 8, 1853 -tf.
Estate of ZIBA BIRD, Beo'd
V OTICE i. hereby riven that letters test men
I' tary, have been granted to the subscriber,
on the estate of Zil Uird, dee'd., late of the
township of Point, Northumberland county. All
persons indebted to said estate or havinf claims
against the same are requested to call on tne sub
scribers for settlement
JOSEPH BIRD, ) fw.
SAMUEL HEADER, J tlec
8himokin tp. May S, 185?. 6t
i. at I
Vmr the Carre r -
OHXTXS, CROUP, ASTjI
This remidy IsolTered to the community with
the confidence we feci in an article which sel
dom fails to realize the happiest effects that can
be desired. So wide i the field of its usefulness
and so numerous the eases of its cures, that al
most every section of the country abounds in
persons, publicly known, who have lieen restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
binqs, by its use. When once tried, its superi
ority over every other medicine of its kind, is too
apparent to escape observation, and where its vir
tues arc known, the public no longer hesitate
what antidote to employ for the distressing and
dangeraus aucctions of the pulmonary organs,
which arc incident to our climate. And not only
ill the formidable attacks upon the lungs, but for
the milder varieties of Colus, Col-mis, IIoarsk
xkss, &c, and for Ciiii.iihkx it is the pleasant
est and safest medicine that can be obtained. No
family should be without it, and those who have
used it, never will.
Rend the opinion of the following Gentlemen,
who will lc recogu iz.ed in the various section, of
country where they are located each and all as
nic.rchaiita of the first class and of the highest
character as the oldest and most extensive
Wholesale Dealer, in Medicine with an experi
ence unlimited on the subject of which they
speak. If there is any value in the judgment of
HV the undcrsisned, Wholesale Druggists,
having been fur long anptuiuted with Ayer'
Cheiri) Pectoral, hcribi 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 composition, and extensive useful
ness, cordially commend it to the afflicted as
worthy their best confidence. an( villi tie firm
conviction that it will do for their relief all
that medicine can da.
lleiishaw, Edmunds fc Co., Boston Mass.
lieesc & t'oulfoii, llnltiniori', Md.
Ladil & IiirTrah.'iiii, IJangor, Maine.
lLmlainl, Hairnll - Co., 1'harlc.lon, S. C.
Jiicob S. Turmoil, Detroit, Michigan.
T. II. McAllister. Louisville, Ky.
Vruncis A. M illion, St. Louis .Missouri.
Joseph Tucker, Mobile, Alabama.
Theodore A Peck. l!urlin;rlon, Vt.
llavilnud, Risley ei Co., Aagusta, Ga.
Isaac ll. .biiues, Trenton, .. .1.
J. M. Towuaci'd. Pittsburg, Pa.
Clark & Co., Chicauo, Illinois.
E. E. Cay. Rurlington, Iowa.
M. A. Santos cV Son, Norfolk, Vs.
Edward llringhurst, Wilmington, Del.
John Gillie rt - Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Z. 1). & W. H. Oilman, Washington, D. C.
J. Wright fc Co., New Orleans, La.
Watson, Wall &. Co., Tort Wayne, la.
C. C. Richmond fc Co., San Francisco, Cal.
Lewis fi Ames, Tallahnsse, Florida.
11. R. Strong, Knoxville. Tennessee.
Chilton .V Duer, Little Rock, Ark.
Stiller, Slade A; Co., Lexington, Miss.
N. 1). Labadie, Galveston, Texas.
Chas. Dyer, Jr., Providence, R. I.
Jos. M. Turner, Savannah, Ga.
Wade, Eckstein cV Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
IX FOREIGN' COUNTRIES:
J. G. Coffin A. Co., Valparaiso, Chili,
V. M. DiiHoud & Co., Vera Cruz., Mexico.
lired Rivaa cV Co., Uogota. New Grenada.
S. Provost & Co., Lima, Peru.
Morton & Co., Halifax, Xova Scotia,
T. Walker & Son, St. Johns, N. U.
C. G. Salinas & Co., Rio Janeiro, Urazil.
With such assurance, and from such men, no
stronger proof can la adduced, except that found
in its effects upon trial.
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AVER,
Practical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Sunbury by H. MASKER, and bv
Druggists generally throughout the State.
.November I, I8al. lyceHmo.
Cash, Steam, Klectricity ! !
77ie .4cn'n oinf aI other lines out done by the
IIIilnlnsr Mite of
IliA T. CLEMENT.
VrHO, having great faith in rapid sales and
' small profits, has just received aim owned
a large assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
At his Store in MarSet Street, Sunbury, which
he offers lo the public at Ihe lowest prices.
His stock consists of a general assortment of
Dry (ioods, viz :
Cloths. Cassiiw-rs, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings.
Muslins, Linens, Calicoes, Muslin de
Luins, Lawns, Ginghams, lierages.
Silk & Palm Leaf Hats.
A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, for
Men, Women and Children.
Sugar, Tea, CoIThp, Molasses, Cheese, Spi
ces, I- ish Salt, Plaster.
Viz : Iron and Steel, Nails, Files, Saws, Ac.
Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, Ifc.
Vine Brandy, Gin, Rum, Vliiskry, it.
MT Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change at the highest uiaiket price.
May 8, 1853. ly.
NEW MILLINERY STORE,
Fawn Street, Sunbury.
MISS ELLKN PKTKItY,
I ITOULD respectfully announce to the ladie.
of Sunbury and vicinitv,' that she ha just
returned from the City of Philadelphia, and in
tend opening a new and handsome assortment of
on Saturday, April 3. at her Store, opposite the
Baptist Church, and invite tho public to call and
examine, her stock.
Sunbury, April 3. 1852. if.
OLANK HEEDS printed on the best quality
of parchment paiicr, sold at the lowest price
at this ollice, by wholesale and retail
Estate of WM. KASE, sr. Deo'd.
TTOTICE is hereby given that letter tcstamen
A tary have been granted to the auhacriher.on
the eitate of Wm. Kane, sr. dee'd., late of Rush
township, Northumberland county. All person
indebted to said estate or having claims against
the same are requested to call oh the subscribers
JOHN KASE, J ,
SIMON P. KASE, t E,ec
Danville, May 8, 1852 6t.
"POR sale at this office, Superior Black Ink,
Cattle Medicine at 25 eta, Pure Essence of
Ginger, 36 cent.
GLASS, DRUG 8, PAINTS, etc,
WIIOI.l:8.IXI3 AKO RKTAtt,.
THE Philadelphia Window Glass Ware
house, and Drug, Paint, Varnish, Oil and
Nos. 33 and 35 jVortfc Fourth Street.
Eaal side, has the largest assortment of Window,
Picture, Coach, Case, Hot-House, end other
in the fityi Comprising upwards of 1.1,000 dif
ferent sizes, ranging from the smallest size, tip to
38 bv 60 inches of Slietit, and as tares a 5 by
7 fee't of Plate Glass, Including 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.
Tho Subscriber having a heavy stock 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 s Paint, Varnish, of ev
ery description ; Turpentine ; Linseed Oil, boil
ed and raw; Paint Mills; Putty Brushes;
Dye Woods, Ac, &e., cc.
And also, a large supply of fresh imported
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J. H. SPRAGUE.
Xos. S3 A 33 North 4lh St., E. Side.
April 10, 1852. ly.
Wholesale mid llclnil Clock
S. E. Corner Second and Chestnut Sis.,
WHERE may be found, one of the largest
and ls?st assortments of Clocks and Time
pieces in tho United States, in quantities to suit
purchasers, of from a single Clock, to one thou
sand Clocks; embracing every variety of style
and manufacture, suitable for Churches, Halls,
Counting Houses, Parlmsi Sleeping Apartments,
and Kitchens, Steam and Canal Boats, and Rail
Also general sale Agent, for Rapp'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 before purchasing elsewheri
JAMES 11 ARTIER,
S. E. Cor. Chestnut & Slid Sts., Plllla.
April 10, 1852 ly.
J. H. & W. B. II ART,
W II O L R S A L K (1 It O C E It S,
No. 229 North 3 St., above Callou-hill,
A large assortment of (Iroceries always on
hand, w hich will be sold at the lowest pi ices for
Cash or approved Credit.
April 1(1, 1K32. ly.
It. roKXIM.Il S. I. F. HAKKK. V. C. PAKKK.
Cornelius, linker 5 Co.,
MAM l'ATl ltr.HS OF
Lamp?, Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, &c.
STOKE NO. 170 CHESTNUT ST..
Manufactory No. 181 Cherry St.,
April 10, 1852. If.
SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY,
No. 19 Wood St between 2, iV 3r Sts., and
V X ...I. n.l.
i0. If ilUNH out orccr,
John llancroi't Jr. ami Son,
n ESPECTFULLY inform Storekeepers, Mer
chants, Ac, that they Manufacture and have
for Sale, Palm, While, Variegated, Yellow and
Brown Soaps, Mould and Dipped Candles, all of
good quality and at reasonable price.
IT Cash paid for 1 allow and rough Fat.
April 10 1S52 ly.
LIBERTY STOVE WORKSj
rMIE undersigned respectfully inform Ihe pu'i
lie lhat they arc in full operation at their
new foundry, and ready to execute orders for
stoves of every description on the most reasona
They invite the attention of STOVE DEAL
ERS to their large assortment of STOVES, all
of which are entirely new, and got up at great
expense. Among which are the Liberty Air
Tiht Cook, Complete Cook, Star Air Tight,
Star Franklin, Star Radiator, Jenny Lind Im
proved, Firo King Radiators, Salamanders, Can
nons, Bases, Bare Cylinders, Bar Room Stoves,
Furnaces; Ga Ovens, Ac., Ac.
ABBOTT iV LAWRENCE.
N. B. Country merchants arc particularly
invited to call and examine our assortment.
April 10, 1852. ly.
NEW GOODS !
J. li. KAIWMAN
At His New Store in Ilullowiii; Run,
O ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
customers, that he has just icceived a new
stock of goods, which ho oiler to the public
at Ihe lowest prices, viz :
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satttnetts, Merinos,
Mousscline De Laincs, Flannels
and every variety of good suitable for the season.
Also Silk Hats, Cap, Ac.
ALSO : An assortment of Hardware.
All Kinds, of (Iroceries,
A variety of Queens ware, Crockery, Ac.
Besides a variety of other articles, suitable for
All kinds of produce taken In exchange for
goods at the highest market price.
Hollowing Run, April 17, 1852 tf.
H. J. W0LVEKT0N.
ATTOR1TET JLT LAV.
OFFICE in Market street, Sunbury, adjoining
the Ollice of the "American" and opposite
the 1'ost umce.
liusiness promptly attended to in Northumber
land and the adjoining Counties.
RtrEiiToi Hon. C. W. llegins and B. Ban
nan, Pottsville; Hon. A. Jordan and II 11. Maa-
April 10, 1852. ly.
nEXRY W. BI CHER informs the public
that he has taken Ihe riunbury Ferry and
as be is now well prepared with good and suffi
cient craft he will be enabled lo accommodate
the public with promptness and despatch.
April 10, lS5!i. tf.
BONNETS AND STRAW GOODS.
,'J 99 l.ld ,,.1 Ik. ....l.lir. ilia hfl
is now prepared to furnish them with a new
and well selected stin k ol Uunnuts ol the new
est style, and materials, together with a variety
of oilier straw good and
He will also be receiving throughout the season
all the fresh and desirable styles which he will
Mil at the lowest prices.
JOHN T. WALTON.
No. 81 North 8ml St., Philadeljibis.
March 13, 1853 3inw. "
EXTRACT OP COFFEE. An eteellenl
article more wholesome and much cheaper
than Corl'ae itself. For vile at thi. ollice.
April IT, I8VJ
ST A (IK OFFICE.
JAMES COVERT, FroprtetoiV
TTTOULI) rbispr-ellully announce lhat be hut
taken this well known stand, where hn
will 1 gratified to see and tmlertaili his IrieniU
and the travelling public ghnernlly. This house'
is now replete with cvr-ty convenience, coitiforl.J
hie, pleasantly located, hanilsoinely fiirnisliedi
well ventilated, rendering It in every re.pect a
desirable stopping place.
No expense ha. been spared In titling up tlii4
house. The chambers arc will furbished ami
the table and bar provided with tlia best the1
market can afford.
The stable neeommodatioli) art extensive a nil
well calculated for travelers.
The stages running from Northumberland trt
Potlsvillo, slop at this bouse, whet through and
way tickets to Philadelphia can lie obtained.
Sunbury, March 20, 1852. if.
THE GREAT I'25l i; MLi .!? All-
ttlClZUY & TULL,
No. 148 Clustnnl St., above Sixth, Front oj
VlT"T) fl'E just received theif PriiS
FyTT-T.i M'dab awarded to them fol
w ill 1 1 their best Travelling Trunks ex
hibiled at the World's Fair ill Loudon, 1851
being the only exhibitors to whom any award
was made. Their competition was who ail the
world, and they have taken THE PRIZE!
TRUNKS, VALISE?, BAGS, ka
To be found in this CitV, and ot very low price!'
Call and see. HICKEY A TI LL,
Trunk Manufacturers, 118 Chestnut St;
April 10, 1M52; tf.
$1,000,000 Saved Yearly by Purchasing
SILVER'S MINERAL PAINTS.
r 1 1 K wnutler nf the f, twin re" vn prHlnetinii.-i
1 Thfse Puints differ from all ntlirrn In t'lC market t
they nre twl cbys ; tlify rWfiiTC little Oil. fluW KiRlIyi in J
r-tVtT Willi o hctivU'T hnrtv ttt:ni tvnii1 U-uil. They neiihtr
prrn-k nnr peel, ami dry readily, inukiiig an j;.nuL utf
COI.OK!. Wc linve rven ditrctrttT rnVrs. vilit threi
llr wim, two L'hoet.liiii'n, Hlnrk mi'l Veil ", uiiii by c-ia-Iriiiuti
m iimkf vvvry vnricty mid nhiide nl"r.iltr.
JloDY. -ThMe tut n lire Biipcrinr in imtly (nr enVef
inn pi't(MTtv) r miy yet (litvt vcied. nml pound lor pound
will i'iU'iT dm I lc Ihe wrl'iice, ol white leu I, zinc, or thr
IHON T Iron Ihey fnrniuli a perfect prntertlnH
fi?nuisl niMt. f -r tht-y coiilnin no iupIhI, which like whit
lt-ii I ticiH drutrtn-tivply mi the iron; ill fuft (hit l'uint
in: dt iron d mlilv vnlimtilt; fur lniildin? pnrpoi.
JIU 1CK WOHK. They pive to h"iie wnlla a tniihli
litvivii-rcHitii'? than other Kiinm, nnd if tuiidinir it reipjir
itl. tn'thui h'lMs an firmly or nnUh'- wi well with it.
OI.D IK HV& (i.ve un n rmtf, never old and lenkVi
Silvcr'M .Mine-nil I'uinti will rrinke it plicnply iieW aud
inofp cmluriiifi thnn il ev-T was.
Mill's iiHiii-r thin etruordtn;i'y Mineral ni wa prtpart
it for tlit-iii. will le proof ftguinst Ilia action ol but tuurf
WTirm mid 'ilt WTitcr.
CAIMTAI.ISTS nml lit I t.tii'.llP ore InritnT fd tnuka5
utrict Rcriiiiny into the niern ot' Uit-pt I'niiiis. They will
find ii very u.:c:il rptltirti"ii iiiifiht he made in tha ttmt of
paint iinr. Thit I'liiiilR nre purely iniiiml ; nil elav :i'itl
other iiiipnrttifn are (talied tint in preparing them fn llio
market. They p't lut halt" the pticeuf WliiL Icndt and
the Kirne it:intity will povr Iwiee the airfaee, alul lunt
mx tiinea it I aiir, which in fact reihieex tha price to nn
Iweluh. t'liinatr Iiiiji n elleei on thin Vnitit, and m equally
vnlnnhle in the polrt Canndait or our ;mnv I'loridn.
1)111 I'M tS I'sh I-itiKced td. mix ua tkiek n
V'Hi ciiii, and life as other pahiln. The-e raintR nerd hut
tiltle diver, nml f t priniinjr and second pouting in all
h'Mitw rk they will he found far cheaper ami ni Te ilur i
le than lead.
Dt-ih-r and cMisumers pan procure thi Tnint wtfleKalrf
nadret il"f rilKNt ll k II K ll Alt l)S.
X. W. C.THPr HVh nml Market , Vlnladelphin.
Heiii'iat Vi ilejKile AiT'MltH ; also Imptiriersnf Till t aid
Colored Window (ilasn, DealciS ill Urtige, l'liinla, Ac.
iMaieh Ti, .Jinn,
IIKXKY CARR. CKO. I.KAGI K. J. H. CJIl-Xfii
COinilSXIOS AND FOBWAWIlSB IlfiTSE.
CAPR, GIBSE 8c CO.,
CommiEsiou & Forwarding Merchants,
.Vo. 19, Spears Wharf,
Will receive and sell FLOCK, (iRAIN, and atl
kind of COUNTRY PRODl'CE and also
PARTICULAR attention will be given lo this
branch nf the Business, by Lewis W. Hi
(iiese, whose whole attention will be devoted tit
the sale of Luinlier, and will occupy an Ollice osl
the Falls Dock, especially for this purpose. Mn
tnese s long experience, and reputation as a first
rate salesman, is a guarantee that the highest
market prices will always be obtained.
It- Lilicral Cah advances made on Con'
signmeiits : but in no case will Ibis House make
any advances, until the Produce is received.
March VI, 1852 4mo.
TOR TIIK 8AI.K OF
Fish, Provisions, fyc,
Vo. 9 Vo7A Wharves,
April 10, 1854 ly.
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL.
J. W. p$ K. 1). STOKKS,
No. 194 Market Street, South side, First belnH
ODD FELLOWS and Masonic Regalia of
every varietv, suited to the various ranis
and orders, constantly on band. A Iso, a large
and extensive stock of fashionable
Heady Made I'lolliing,
manufactured by the best of workmen, and from
the newest style of Goods, nf late importation, at
greatly reduced prices. I hey have also a large
and well selected assortment of Piece (iood, of
English, French and German FaMcs, of new
and beautiful Patterns, which they will make to
order in the most approved and fashionable man
ner, and in a suerior stylo of workmanship,
February SS, 185S. imo.
The Johnston Ink
10ffc If Lombard St , PHILADELPHIA.
riHE subscribef begs leave respectfully to in.
J- form PuisTKlis generally, that he has suc
ceeded to the Business of manufacturing Print,
iug hit formerly carried on by his grand Father,
and Father, and oilers his article to the trade,
without any Prrrs, but with the eiinple reliance
upon the long established chaiacter it ha. borne,
feeling confident of its giving entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with a call. Tiru
Cash. CHARLES ENEL' JOHNSTON.
April 10, l53.tf.
ATTOIlNCir AT LAW,
MA III KY, VA
Dec. 13. 1851. tf.
M. L. SHINDEL,
ATT0311TE7 AT LAV.
Office in Market sired Sunbury, opposili
1 Weaver's Hotel J
USINES8 will lie promptly sllended to ir
the Couulies of Northumberland, Union,
Columbia and Montour.
Sunbury, Oct. 11, 1851. ly.
Lycoming Mutual Insurance Company.
DR. J. B. MASSEK i the local agent lor tm
above Insurance Company, in Northum-ber.
and county, and is at all tunes ready to street
Insurances against fir en real or personal pro.
perty, or renewing policies for the same.
Hurfbury, April 36, 1851-tlV
RAZORS. A superior article for sale
store nf HENKT MASSETt.
Smibury, Feb. 16, !
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