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SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
THE RAISING OF COEN.
I ' . iti.i. whittieh.
Th5 most Important crop we farmers raise,
Unless 'lit grass, it Indian corn, or maize )
Varieiiea of which are found o grow,
From Canada and Maine, lo Mexico j
From were Atlantic's alormy billows roar,
To mild Pacifio' rich and peaceful shore, ;
In every aeciion of our favored land,
The row of corn like rank of soldiers
"-. eland. .
With care 'twill thrive In almost any spot,
Unless 'lis very com or very hot.
Tis true it grows tlia largest South and
West, , ,
And yet the northern frontiers raise tno
At lenst, 'tis bst for making bread,
Or hasty puddings, Johnny cakes instead
'Twill alwnys fetch or bring a lilile more
At market, mill, or at Ihe farmers' door.
Put here upon New-England's sterile soil,
It lakes manure and money, time and toil J
So much indeed of ench, a man maintains,
That by his coin nlono lie nothing gains.
Another man may just ns truly say,
His corn will more than all expenses pay.
They both the art of (arminc understand.
lint cultivate n ttitterent Kinil 01 latvi
o I a ss, d a tr o s, t ain't $ &c
WHOLESALE AltD nUTAlX. ' .-
THE Philadelphia i Window disss' Ware
house, and Drug, Paint, Vsmish, Oil and
Color Stores, . "
Not. 83 and 35 North Fourth Slrttt.
Et side, has the largest assortment of Window,
Picture, Coach, Case, Hot-House, and other
in the city J etmtprislng tlpwSrds" of 18,000 dif
ferent sixes, ranging from Ihe smallest sir, Op to
88 by 60 Inches of fehecL and as large as -.hy
7 feet of Plate Glass, Including. English Crown,
French," German and Amrrican,,'J)Oth . ' "
Single' and Double Thick. "
Also, a lartro. assortment of Very Thick Glass,
for Sky-Lights. Bulk Windows, Ac.
The Subscriber having a heavy stork on hand
is prepared to fill orders at the shortest notirc,
and on the most reasonable terms. Odd sizes
of any pattern cut to order. '
Ground White Lead ; Paint, Varnish, of ev.
cry description i Turpentine ; Linseed Oil, boil,
ed end raw t Taint Mills ; Putty i Brushes ;
Dye Woods, &r.,&r., rVc.
And also, a larijn supply of fresh imported
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J. II. 8PRAGUE.
Nos. T.3 i 35 North 4th St., E. Side.
Anrll 10. IMS lv.
And this accounts, in part, for different
Which men pursue in cultivating maize ;
For some in Autumn plow their planting
Because, they say, 'tis awarded hard or
In other words, our land is strong and
We fear 'will not get pulverised enough,
Unless we bring the clayey stratum where
'Twill undergo the action of the air.
The old, or fine manure, in summer made,
Is heaped upon the field, or near it laid,
And in the spring, they harrow well and
The fresh manure from cellar, yard or shed,
And ere its strength by sun or rain is lost,
The ground is plowed a second lime, or
Again 'lis harrowed too, but lightly now,
Then marked or furrowed out, with horse
From East to West, three feet or more,
From North lo South, six inches less than
And now, the cart with old mnure they fill,
And put a shovel full in every hill ;
'Twill give the corn a start and make it
And what was spread will help to fill it out.
The corn for seed was gathered in the field,
Or else front stalks of more than usual
They only nsn the middle of the ear
The reason wliv is very plain mid clear,
Five kernals in a hill they plant or drop,
Then cover well nnd press "upon the top.
Before the corn is up, the field is lined,
About the only thing that crows will mind :
They've no regard for other's ligh's or law,
They boldly face the men of merely btuaw,
But, like some others take good care to shun
The real men, who chaueo to have a eun,
The dark green corn, in rows will soon be
And then, with plough and hoe, they weed
And at Ihe time, the broad foundations lay,
On which lo build their hills, some future
The work of building up they soon renew
And every hill is raised an inch or two;
And ere it tassels out, or just before
'Tis time to hay, they add a little more.
They don't believe the crop of com is hurl
By hoeing up a good supply of dirt ;
Each lime they hoe, a set of braces start,
Which help sustain the stalks erect in part.
But now they lay aside the plough and hoe,
And only watch the corn to see it grow ;
And when the tops begin to turn or die,
They're cut and stacked, or hung in barns
The stalks are out and carted in, when
The ears' are husked and in the garner
Their recompense for toil they now behold,
A sight as rich as California gold !
Most farmers here, the course described
While others think another mode will do,
They don't break up till Spring, the sward is
The old and fresh manure they harrow in,
And think it best, instead of making hill,
To keep the surface flat nud plant in dulls ;
Aim when the corn as gla.ea Degius to
look, . .
'Tis cut, and left lo ripen on the slock.
In places w here the farmer does not heed
The stalks, on which their Winter's stoek lo
They merely pluck tho soundest ears, as
And let their "longfacod gentry" have the
They undermine tho stalks arid let ihem fall
And thus the greedy porkers glean it all.
Wo might go on and mention other ways,
Which soma adopt, and recommend, or
But as 'lis only universal rules,
Which meet the wants of our common
So here, in this broad land, no special plan
For raisins corn, will do for every man.
And what conclusion shall wj draw from
That all must exercise their common sense !
IMPROVED LIGHTNING RODS.
THE tiWvilrr has constructed a LIGHT
NINO ROD on true Philosophical princi
ples, hy which buildings supplied with them are
rendered perfectly secure against destruction by
lightning. The connection and insulation of the
rod, as well rVW'c preparation of the ground rod,
is on an cntirWry new plan, making a more per
fect conductor than any heretofore in use.
Measures have been taken to secure Letters
Patent for the improvement
Persons desirous of securing their lives and
property from destruction liy lightning, can have
conductors put up to their buildings in the most
perfect and substantial manner, hy applying ei
ther personally or by letter, to the undersigned,
at the following prices :
For 40 (t. J inch copper rod gold plated
point, solid platina tin.
And forty cents fur every additional foot
For 40 ft. J inch tubular rods gold pla
ted point, solid platina tip.
For 40ft. iron rod gold plated point, sol
id platina tip.
For 40 ft. iron rod silver plated point,
And twenty cents for every additional foot over
forty. 'T. 8. MAC KEY.
Milton, Sept. 6, 1851 ly. cap 17. 152.
, y "aid And comfort," ,
lo Your Onn Mechanics.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS
Of the most Fashionable Style.
'THE subscriber respectfully calls the attention
of the public to his large and splendid assort
ment of every quality and price of w i
which cannot fall to recommend itself toevery one
who will examine it, on account of its durable
workmanship and splendid iinlsh, made up uf the
best stock to he had in the city. ' No effort is
spared in the manufacture of Ids ware, and the
subscriber is determined to keep up with the
many improvements which are constantly being
innuc. ins slock consists ot .Mahogany
Sofas, IHvnus ami Lounges,
Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards,
SOFA, MillAKFAST AND DIXING TABLES,
and aloo VENETIAN BLINDS, equal to Phila-
BEDSTEADS, of every pattern nnd price,
CUPHOARDS. WORK AND CANDLE
STANDS, TOILET TABLES AND ;
EXTENSION TABLES, .
in short, every article in this line of his business.
' lie also manufactures all Kinds and qualities of
including varieties never before to be had ir
Sunbury, such as Mahoi-.ast, Black Walnut
ami Ci'Rlkr Maple Uhkciaxi ash Wtsnsnn
CHAIRS, isd fasct Piano Stools, which are
of the latest styles, and warranted to be excelled
by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere.
The subscriber is determined that there shall
lie no excuse for persons to purchase furniture in
the cities, as every confidence can be cntertoiiied
about the quality and finish of his ware and
His articles will bo disposed of on as good
terms as they can he purchased elsewhere. Coun
try Produce taken in payment for work.
EST UADEUTAKINU. Having provided
himself with a handsome Hkaiisk, ho is now
prepared for Undertaking, and attending funer
als, in this vicinity, or at any convenient dis
tance from this place.
Ilr I lie Ware Room is in Market Street,
below I hompson s Store and W eaver s Tavern,
Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1852 tf.
'..' prepared bt
BREINIO, FRONEFIELD & CO.
No. 187 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
THIS powder is entitled by the united testimony of nil
who have nsed it to the Brut rank of all those CAT
TLE MKD1CINK9, which have heed thought praise-
wormy lor many years, nswed ws challenge any nerwm
lew III me some
iv it will either
increase the amount of milk or i ream ann butter or the
to rnnke a superior, of any powder thnt acts in
il tne animal ne perfectly neaitn1
JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE.
A cbeat reduction in prices!
Twenty per cent, at haul less than ever have
liecn suld in the United States !
pi OLD LEVER WATCHES, full
jewelled, 18 karat case only $30
Csuallv sold for $35.
GOLD LEPINE WATCHES, 18 ka-
rut enfie, jewelled,
SILVER LEVER WATCHES, full
Usnnllv sold for $18.
SILVER LEPINE WATCH ES, jew
SILVER TEA SPOONS, per half do
zen, CJOLU TENS, Silver Holders,
Persons wishing a Watch or watches, or Jew
elry, can have them sent by mail, with perfect
safety, to any part of the United States or West
Indies, by first sending tho amount of money.
All articles warranted as represented above. Or
ders from the country respectfully solicited.
Please address post paid,
LEWIS LAD0ML8, 103 Chestnut St.,
East Wing of the Franklin House.
ft California Gold bought, or manufactured
Philadelphia, March SO, 1852. 3m.
J. I. DITTERICH,
No 73 North 2d St.t bet wen Arch and Race St.,
TTEKEUY informs the public that he imports
-H ami coiintruUly keeps on hand at his new
store, No. 78 North 2d St., a large assortment of
Foreign Fanry Goods,
Musical Instruments, Pictures $' Paints,
whii'h he will sell at the lowest prices.
Hi stwk, in part, consists of, Acrnrdenns,
Violins. Millie Boxes, Pnrlor and Uar Kooni Or
gans, Mr!o,1cons, LScruphmes, Mathematical In
struments, MiinrtHt py ami Opera Glnssen,
Stationery of all kinds, Pocket Honks, Bronze
Powder, Dutch Metal, (iold and Silver Ieaf,
Scales of all kindn, Snuff and Tohncco R.ixcs,
Lithographic Paints, Copper Plate and Steel En
praviiiqs, and pictures of every variety. Also
tilt Frame Moulding of various sizes.
Dealers, Country Merchants, and Pedlars, sup
plied at rcasonuhla prices.
Deccmher SO, JS.1l. tf.
ntiiinnl will improve Tspully in f. It will thereforn in
time lie cimtiitcrmt we have no dnutit one of Ihe staple arti
clesnf every Former, who keeps disryi nnd of every
person owning a hone. It is nut one of thoss kind o.
MtfcTtTiM that merely swell "n nnimnl lip for it short
time. Imt it will liy the eapncHy which It hss of conYerting
HI1TIJKIG ACID (which it an effete matter) Into Lao
Tie Ann or oLKnitj cuuve a arenter amount of nutritious
matter to 1 exttnrtcr! om the same amount of fond, than
pitesihly could he, were tho active principles of nutrition
to nnwi out of thn vnlcm in the form of IIippubio Acm.
We imve reerivwl n multitude of evidence to prove what
we hnvp stiirl hIkwp. fuffice to any 1
We have mixed the artiva agent, with n prcnt number
of V kgktapu.k pliiuts mid herbs, which tune and line have
nrovnl to lit- iiBrfiil. imnrovimr the annrtite nnd iirnnvUhiir
digfKlion of Hm f o d tttus necurhur a henlthy condition of
tho blood, from which the Wu.s nud Y at ninsr he I'irmiti
ll nmy be UBi.tt furlloitncfl, Cows audlioos fur the follow
ing eompinini aim aisiyiBcs. ,
YELT.OW WATKU, n dunirerous strknrn. which rtn-
ttmys muny vuliuihlt houses every year, Is very olten
entirely cured by the free use of this powder, in till cases
It win prevent me umcniw ; ruin roiiiinu on.
This dt sense is owning to a hud and impoverished slate
of the blood which becomes thin, watery und ot all yellow
Tins powder by improvinn the stomach nnd pivmff lo
thebljod n fri enter quantity of red particle, n(fnls the
bePt find only possible ehanco of recovery. If tbe lease
is tiir (Tnef fcive morning awl niflht a tnblespmmrul in wet
ft-ed, it in the lieiituing once a uuy at uooii, u omy u pre
vent t fie diwnFe iwice a week. I
HIAiiHi:itl. Tins is the rnlnallrm of mnny valua
ble Horses by rxhmil.ion by a const suit discharge of snli
va which ouulit to pnt into the ntoma'-h to iKwiiit digestion.
It is a species of slmumn often priHtuccd hy India m Jo
bnuoo arowiua: hi the piisture ground A Tahlcspooni'iil
three tunes a week will frequently arrest the flow, il it
does not depend on Uie To b a ceo in the stum, under such
circumstnni'cs the nnimnl must Ik? kept in the stable.
DISTKMPKK. If the powder is early nud freely used,
no tit her remedy need le used, it has already cured hun
dreds of Horses of this troublesome diseuse to the surprise
of those who used it. If n t used uarlv, before tnntter Ims
formed In the neck it cnuliot restore the animal perli-clly
until the matter is discharged, uwo it early and prnent
such a result. A TiibluRpooiil'ul once r twice a dny is
(H.ANOKHS. This diwense litis bnfflM nil FABatKaa,
(live thin puwder a fnir tiinl and it will do wonders in
this terriMe nnd httlierlo incuraiiiu nmiiuiy. it is u luseaRa
of the glandurnt system and kept np by imperfect nutrition. I
in such rases a Tublci(Honl'ul every day twice for a mouth
or two, in constant siicfcssion, will hi nine cases out uf a
dozen eftect n cure, it has been fairly tested.
Coughs and shortness of llrealh" depending on weak
lungs, a Tuhlespouniul every morning; if it ahatra uuce
or twice a week.
POOR I.OW-SPIRITF.1) ITOnSKS, or where there is
any remains of Pounder or sulhicss of motion, nnd the
Horse will not fnttcu, or where the hair is rough nud
stands straight out, tho food seeming to do no gKid, the
powder pmduces almost immediate improvement of the
animal; the digestion improves nnd with it nil the slug
gishness of the minimi disappears, becoming lively and
spirited, nnd the hair smooth and slick.
For Mir. kino Cows, we nre fully convinced Hint it not
onlv improves the quality, but that it increases the amount
nt iti ilk. i ream mui Miuter : some wno wive iriefi m ca-
perimeut say a pomid a Week, others wiy half a pound
while one person insisted upon it that he made two pounds
more a week from -h Cows. We think it will Ik found
to average from n I p to a pound per week on each Cow,
if the Cows arc petu ;iy hr-dthy. This additional amount
is made by the conversion of the llippurie Acid into Nitro
genous nud fatty compounds : als by supplying the oxy
gen taken in by the Iiiul', with the elements oi reaction;
Wil h'Hit taking :!iv 'f tiie Niirnfii'HI portion of the iced.
HOLLOW 1 1 OWN or WOLF; HOOF 1)1 SKA ST.,
nnd all oiher Hi'aJ-cf" fif neat cat He depending upon a bat)
stale of ihe fluid, are rem H'ed speeddy and tileetinlly.
Cows, wli si- mill; is blue, thin and wateiy ami where it
doe not vie d iinich cream, or where Cows $mvc blood
milk, or winch nre used to stand long drv, it will be found
nn a!niot infallible reined v, bv improving the condition of
the bt tod nnd creaiing n healthy digestion ; a Tablespoon
ful every day or uvery other day ns it may le tiecuNsary
JAUNDICE, DYSPKPSIA. CHUONIC OR
NERVOUS DKBIMTY, DISEASE
' ' OF THE KIDNEYS,
AND nil lifmwnrllin Oom illnrtlfrfd llv ot to
mnch, nrli nfl cmtiMipnlioit, linvnnl Pitr., FullliM", or
blnod tn tlm limrt, Arirtily of tlm Stmnnch. Nmirwi,
Hnirtliuni, diipiiat for Food, fiillnmi or weight In the
Inmnch, ikiur Knintntion., linkinv or 6utterin .t Uie pit
or the fttomnch, .wimminff of thelicml, lmrril Htid diffionll
lironthlnr, Aiitterlnp t tin hrnrt, rhoVing of iiilfcirpHiig
He.nitiiifHi wlmn in a Ivinjr ponlnre. DimnrM of viaioti.
dm. nr welw More the inht, Kever mid dull pnin In the
hend, deficiency of peripimtinn, yellowneM of the ikin nnd
rye, pain in Ihe tide . hnelt, efirnt, llmlm, fte., widden
Auihr. of hent burning in tiie Heeh, ounnUint imagining,
of evil, and great deprrnton of apirita,
, CAN HE F.FFKOTt'ALliY CURF.T) BY
' ' DP.. HOOPLAITD'S
CELEBRATED OFRMAN BITTERS,
BR.C. f- JACKSON,
AT THE .
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
Ko. iiO Arch St., Phllndrlphln.
Tlielr power over the nlnrve diseases is not excelled, if
equalled, bv anv taher nreumition in thn United Suitfrs,
ns the cures attest, in many cases alter sUilllul physicians
These t it tent fire worth v they nttenlioii of invalids.
Possefflinu prent virtues in the reriificntion of itiseascsof
Ihe Liver and lesser glands, exercisi'-u the iii"Bt scuiclinis
powers in wenkuess nnd aibictiens of the digestive urgans,
they ore, witlud, Ffii'o, eertsin nnd plensnnl.
f 1'roni the R iston JItc.J
The Kditor snid, Le". vM
"Us. Ilofirr.AMi's OxBnnATrn Or.-. ITittfrs for
the cure tif Livr t'oinplaiut. Jaimdice, hyspepsiii, Chronic
or Nervous l)e,iliiy, is deMi-rvitilly one of I he intst popn
l;ir tnedieineaof the' fl-iv. These'lihteis hnve bei-n used
bv IIiousmihIh, and n f ; lend at our i lb w Kiys he Ims him
self received an crfcitcd nnd permanent cure of Liver
Complaint iron the use of tins remedy. We nre convinced
that, in thn life of the ;it r. the psitient eoiifrtantly
pntns streuirtli and vnror o fa. t worthyol rrreat eonmiie
nition. Tii'iy are pleeft-int in lawte and smell, nnd ran be
used by per un iih the most delicate st"innchs with safe
ty, Under nny rirciiuisianees. We ore S!Kakiiur from ux
peiience. unci lo the ndlieted we advise thtir use."
(,SriTr's Wkkklt,' one of Ihu bust laterary papers
published, suit), An?. t25
'Dr. Hooflanp'b fJRnMAN TliTTKBt, maiiufneturcd hy
Dr. Jaeksou, urn now reeonnneniled by une of the inost
prominent menitiers of the faeuliy as an article ot much
fluency in ens.- of female weakness. As swh is the
case, we would a lvie t.il in oheis t i obtain n bottle, and
thus save themselves much sickness. - Persons of debilita
ted C'tnstitiiti ins will hud tln-st! Hitlers ndvantaieotis to
their health, as we kit v from ep"rienee the Kilutary
ellcct lliey have upon week systems. "
BANK NOTE TABLE.
TITT or I'HIT.AUKLPftl A .
V. S. Hank notra 10 ill.
All lv.nt Imnka pal
Hniik of Cliarnlierabnrg 1 di
iinim ni iipmer uo. pru
Hniik nf Uel.Cn. Cheater jmr
limiK ot (lertnantown iwtr
Bank of Omtyalinrn 1 dia
Hunk of I.ewttown
Itnnk of Middletown - 1 dia
Montgnmery Vn Hank par
Hnnk of Northumherrnd. nai
Hunk of l'ittalmrg 1 dia
Hank of Danville pari
All aolvent Imnka j dn
All aolveut linnka dil
All Kilvent hnnka dll
OITT. . .
All aolverrt )inka I lia
iy Bk notea nn-ler K dit
All lvcnta bnnka 1 dia
Belvidere Bnnk I dia
Comnircinl Hank dK
Far. Hnnk Mnt Holly par
1 dia'F. M., Miildleitown Ft. par
Mechunira' Uk. Newark ft
Meeh. Hk nf llurlinirton par
Me-h. Man. Ilk Trent liar
Mot n. Co Hnnk dia
Newark Hk'g ft I in. Co ! dia
Colurnlna H'k ft fl'ge Co par
Doyelatnwn Hank pnr
lCnaton Hrilik pnr
F.ne Hnnk fi dia
Rxchnnge n'kPitlalinrg 1 dia
F.xchninFt H'k. Hrnnrli I rlii
Kiirmera' H'k, HnrkaCo par'l'eile'a Hk Pntteraull
i' nrmiTS' iik, i .nnrnaler pnr I rnuTTnii win
FtiriniTN Hk. lliiilinfr nnr Ailnn Hnnkitiff
Kiirm. Ilk PehiiylkiM Co par
F ft D. Hk Wnyiii.nli'g lldia
Frnnklin Hit. Wnali'ii litlia
llnrriflinrg Ihink 1 ilia
llmnfl!ili Itnnk 1 din
Mi'roii. ft Mini. Hnnk
.Mineia' U K, I'oiiaville Per
M'Mic.nlrnlii't.'i Hnnk 1 ilia
Tnvlorav'e llrl HV Co 1.5 di
Wi at Uinni'h Hnnk pnr Hnnk of Delaware
m yinitiir HK, ilkcsli'e pnr iimhk ol rinynui
I mi k i. inii i ins
I''lit'liuf IHltrs 1 dia'
R inV nf W li. ll ie k Bilia
MiTi'iinl ilr Ilk, lliiiurr 111 ilia
All f 'K-fiit t'.-iiika 3 ilia
All anlvi'tit lniika i difi
rinnk "f st AiiiTina 2 ai
All a ilvcnt Imnka dia
Snlein Hnnking Co,
ScmnrrW Cu Hank
Plate Hnnk at Cinnnen
Stnle Hk Kli wilietlitJin
flnte Hnnk Newark
fmle Hk, N. Hninawick pnr
pnr,?nai'X iiiiiik, rewion ma
par I Trenton Hnnking Co pnr
1 dm l'nicni liimk. Dover ilia
Vardlevv le ft Del l)r Co I jilia
IV"Hk n"ti'a mid"r ff't J ilia
IIMI.A V Attl'..
llelnwriri.' 'il v Rink inr
Ilk Viling'ilft lllnnilyw. put
riirtniTs' Ilk St lli'lnwnre pnr
1 nil hi Miink. Wilmington pnr
1 1?- I'niler 'i:a J ilia
Ml a ilvent linnka S dia
l3rT Hk iinlea uniliT fi'a 4 ilia
NO I I I I ABUU.HA.
All aolvrnl Imnka S dia
(VL'nderS'a, 2J dia
PHILA. AND READING RATLKOAD,
SUM.ir:il AURAXOKMIOT FROM
PIIII.ADKI.PIIIA AND POTTSVIM.K.
HAEHISBUEG B00E BINDERY.
F. L. II UTTER & CO.,
Sucecaanr. to W. O. Ilickok, and Ilickok ft Cantine.
BOOK BINDERS, STATIONERS AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
The subscribers respectfully inform their frienils
and the public, (hut they are now rnrrying on the
above business at the OLD STAND occupied by
Hickok 6c Co. They flatter themselves that by
careful attention to business, they will merit and
receive a continuance of the patronage so liber
ally enjoyed by the old firms.
Particular attention will be paid to the ruling
and binding of every description of blank books
for banks, county offices, merchants and private
individuals, and every variety of full and half
bournl I'lniik books. Old hooka, periodicals, Inw
bonks, music, newspapers. Arc, bound in any
pattern find in any stylo required.
In mliliHoii to tlio above, lliey have, and will
nt nil limes keep, n prcnoval asBurtiiicut of STA-
1 lUiM'.lii , consisting of
t .otter r
PhoaEix Fire & Thief Proof Iron Cheats.
any other Chosti
A MODERN PIIILANTIIOPIST.
Mr. Edmund Quincy, in a loiter to Ihe
New York Ami-Slavery Standard, thua
notice the recent accident to Mr. Web
"On Ihe MsrshfieM farmer' way from the
nearest station to his house, he was thrown
from his carriage ; but such being the Whig
fate, he did not break his neck ! No ! The j
ancient prophesey was fulfilled ; and the
serpent only bruised his head t Possibly,
however, as he fell on his face, he may
have agreeably varied his diet by eating
somerVoriAfrn dirt. Had the news only ar
rived that he was out cf their way 1 the
onion market might have risen, newspapers
would have been edged with black, a por
tentous funeral would have blackened the
streets. Mr. Choale would have lied over
him like a bulletin or an epeitaph, or, what
is the same thing, a eulogy but what a relief
it would have been."
The milk of human kindness is very
strong in some people, especially if they
have any pretension to the character of a
philanthropist. Th.eir sympathy is so wide
spread, embracing the whole human raop,
hat they have not a drop lo spare for the
nitiforlunes of a ningle individual. Mr. Ed
mind Quincy no doubt believes himself to
to. a humanitarian, overflowing with love
or hi species. The dropping from hi
'Ucket show the venomous quality of tbe
istilnient. It ! seldom that publie decency
i outraged lo Ihe extent exhibited in this
Knives, . Plates nnd Pencils.
tullla, I.e:nl 1 Vncila, ,
Moltn Wufers, " India Hubber,
Hlin k Ink, Wafers,
Siiiling Wax, Hid Tape,
Iliun Ink, llltink Card,
Convinir Ink, V'oliWa,
Arnold's Writing Fluid, Kroanrea, fte.
Paper ruled to pattern, and all work war
ranted and done very cheaply.
r". IIUTTEK & UU.
March 13, tf. i
SAVE YOUR MONEY.'"1"
in iKi.r.s v. nu:r.Mi &. co.,
(LATK FREEMAN, HODGKSft CO.)
IMPOltTERS AND JOHBEHS,
One door Suuth of Liberty St., New York,
nA v r.;w on hand, and will lie reeeivinn dailv through
the seaaon, New Oooda, direct from tke Kurojicuii
niiinularturera, and caah Auetiiata, rivii, fualiionalile, fnia'y
Silk Millinery Goods. Our stock nf Rich ililib ma, e nn
priaea every variety of tk luteal and moat beautiful designs
Muny of our goods are manufactured expressly to our
order, from our own deaigna and patterns, and mind unri
valled. We nflVr our frixnui for uett Caah, ut lower pricea
than nny credit House til America can itflbid.
All purehasera will find il graatry to their interest to re
serve a portion of their mnney und liiuke si-lections from
our creal variety of rich cheap goods.
Kililntna rich for ll.itinels, Caps, rinsheaaud Bella.
lloiuict Silka, Satiua. Craiea, Liaaia and Tnrlelons.
Kniliroideriea, Collars, Cheiniaetta, Capes, Berthas
Ilnliita. Sleevea, Ciltfa, Kilgings, and Inaertiuga.
Kiiinroiaerm Haviefe, lice, ami Mrmsincn camDric
Blouda, lltuamna, and F.mhrnidered Ieea for Caps.
F.mlir.iidered Wieiia for SSlmwIia, Muutill'ia, nnd Vetla.
Houitou, Steehlea, Vuleneiriies. and BruaaeU iMeea.
F.naliali and Wove Thread. tMnyrna. Liale Thread, and
Cotton I .aces.
Kid, Liale Thread. Silk, and Bewuur Si'.k. Gloves, and
French and American Artificial Flowers.
French I,aie, F.nglieh. American, siul Italian.
Slraw Bonnets and Trimminaa.
New Yoik, Mureh 20, Lbo2-3m.
stand equal heat with
ny other (J hosts in the country, and to
defy the Ourglns' ingenuity. Manufactory, No.
10 Hudson a Alley, running between third and
Fourth streets, south of Chesnut, and in the
rear ef the Girard Dank.
M- &. S., the proprietors, are Practical Me
chanics, nnd fed cont'nlent, from long experience
in tho munufacturo of Iron Cheats and Safes, and
a specinl addition to this particular branch, of
giving eatislartion to ull who limy give them
N. B. We have selected one of the best nun-
eraU ever uaed ns a mm-condiii'tor of heit in
this busiiifM, and wo wttrrant our Chests and
Sii'cs to be made uf tho best material and in tho
",o:-t duinlilo niunncr, and lo stand uuy heat
that can bo applied to tticin.
MILNOR Sc SHAW,
Manufactory No. 10 Hudson's Alley.
Hiiniiing between Urd and 4th streets, S of Ches
nut, in the rear of (iirurd Dunk.
Philadelphia, Oct. 2.J, 1S51. ly
Eonnets, Hats and r
M i 1 1 i n o i' v Goods!
iiTI WEUCH ANTS nnd Milliners when in Pliil-
Iv.SS adelphia t.-i purchne their goods, will lind
it to their interest to examine our largo and fash
ionable stock of
We manufacture largely and impoiit the
. i west Styles of
Fore is ii B-abrics
in our line ; which together with other advanta
ges enable us to oiler liberal inducements to
R. A. CKOOKER, & CO.,
Nos. 47 and 49 Chestnut Street, and No. 56
South Second Street, west side, near Chestnut,
December 27, 1851 ly.cf.
Piita in the summer often overheat themselvea. cet swel
led necks, eouiiha, ulcers in the LniiffJi nml l.iv'cr, which
cause thi'in t i ilie very siiflilenly, these nmy he prevented
eutitcly by putting u pound or n hull' into n jlnrrcl of swill ;
and it will at the etiine time considerably hiiatcu the fatten
i. it. in nnimai which la giving mint nun you are
deairoua lo fatten nt the aniue time, you should n it&ivc
more than a t.-ihlcsp i.uful once a week or it wit! retuulll.c
formation of fat by increasing the ntnoiiut of Milk.
Let cue! person try its effeeta for himself nnd he wil
S'lou he antisticd of its excellent qunlitiea, and that no Far
mer should lie without it.
For the purp'.iee of finding out still further how far oul
jililly celebrated CATT1.F. I'OWDKIl, is entitled to the
confidence of an intelligent people; we hnva uildrenseil
liners to all lairls of the t'uileil Stales, where our Pow
der hna been used, nnd we are able now from the e idi uce
thua brought laifore us, to assure every Fnrmer, Oiary
mmi und llurae-mnn, that it hna thua fur vciy much ex
ceeded our most sanguine expectations.
Willi the aililiti iu.il knowleilge thua fnr obtained. We
Ilors we will be enabled lo make the best and most per
fect Cattle- Mkiiicinb .ever yet ofiered to a discerning
people. It acta aa a valualile promoter of digestion. In,,
nrovea the uunlitv of the IiIinmI and thus increases the
amount of eilher Fat, Milk and consequently of Batter
Kven m the healthy Animal
Beware of Counterfeits as ths extensive sale of our
Powder hns induced otheis to make su imitation of it,
laeh pack has our written Sigunture on the end.
' iiuvivu; r.-iiiiN.'i-fii.'i ii a rr
The "Philadelphia M.ilunlny Oazetie," the best family
news:iiei niiblished in tiie United riutles, the editor s.i)s
J)t htniflmid's German Bitters.
"It is seldom i,. wo recommend what me termed Pa
tent Medicines, to me .onliitenee and petitionee of nnr
readers; nnd, theiei'ore, hen we recommend ir. Iloof
Innd's tjcrinnn Hitlers, we wis il to be distinctly under
stood thill we me not apctikiug of the nostrums of the
day, thnt are noised about for a biiefperiial cud then for-
f:ouen nfiei they linved me their guilty race of mischief,
nit of u medicine t inr established, universally prized, ami
which hns met the hearty npprovnl of tiie Faculty ilself."
1'Widenee upon evidence has been received (like the
foregoing) fiom nil eectious of the I'liiou, tha last thrift
yeara, nnd the strongest testimony in its favor, is, that
there is moie of it used in Ihe practice of the regular Phy
sicians of Philadelphia, than all other ii'islrums combined,
a fact that cnu easily be established, nnd fully proving that
a aeientifie prepuinriou will meet with their quiet npprovul
when presenied even in this form
Thnt this niediciti- will cure l.iver Complaint and Dys
pepnia, n i one eaniloutit, nl'ler usin:? it iih ilireeted. It nets
speiMlicnnv n;.ou l nc Fl'-nnc'i anil lli ei it is preiirntnie
to ealoinc! in all liilll Mis discuses the etlcct. is iiniueiliiite.
They eun he ii.tiuiiiiKLcretl to I'emnle iir Im'ant with aulety
mill reliable bun lit, nt any lime.
BKWARF. OF TioUNTURFKlTS.
This nieilieiiie )i:is nt niiied that high eharacier which is
ncee.e:iry lor nil uii.ilieiue? lo ;il lain to induce eouiltel iV-ilcrs
to put f irth a spurious aiticlc at Ihe risk of the lives of
those nre inn n-i.-ntly dc.i.nvcil.
UIOIC WIW.I.Tl) Till", MARKS OF TIIF. OKNI'INI.
They have 11." written sisunluie of C. M. JACKSON
upon the wrnoper, nml Hie name iihiv.-ii in the iKillle, with
our which 1hev nre i i ni i. .us.
For wale, wliolesalc unJ relail, at the
Gennnn Medicine Store,
No. ISO ARCIf Street, one door Mow Sixth, (lute of
2? Itnce street.) Pbilc-li lphci, and by respectable dealers I
generully throughout Itio country.
To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the advantages
of tueir gieat reatornlive powers.
Single liollle, 75 cents.
Amo: For Kile by il. M asskr, Sunbury, and M. A.
M 'Cat. N 'rl hn ' iiherland.
August D'l. I Si I ly.
F n r r x R r d n e r it .
Office of the Phita. If Reading Railroad Co
Philadelphia, March 20, 18.il.
Two Passenger Trains Daily, (except Sunday.')
isTVN and after April 1st, 1851 two trains will
t.jr be run euch way, dully, between 1 hiludcl
phia and 1'ultsville
Leaves Philadelphia at 7l A.M., daily except
Leaves Pottsvillc at 7 A. M. daily except Sun
AFTER iYOO.V LTNE.
Leaves Philadelphia at 3$ o'clock, daily, except
Leaves Pottsvillc at 3J o'clock, daily, except
Between Philadelphia and Pottsvillc, $2.70
lotf VTTfs and S'i.2.r) 2d class cars.
I,. "fin Philadelphia nud Heading, $1.75 1st
class cars and l I.'!.") SJd class curs.
Depot in Philadelphiu, corner of Droad and
V lite B'.reels.
Passengers cannot enter the cars unless provi
ded with Tickets.
NOTICE. -r-'ifty pound of bngsage will beal
lowed to each passoinicr in these lines; and pas
sengers are expressly prohibited front taking any
thing as bngijiure but their wearing apparel, which
will be at Ihe risk of it owner.
liy order of the lumrd of Manii'rers.
April 10, 1831. Secretary.
A CAIt TO HOUSEKEEPERS
At Ihe Cabinet Ware Itootn of
SE1VN IIOUPT & CO.
Also at the corner of Fawn street If the Railroad
Thankful for the patronage of his friends and
customers during the 17 years he has been in busi
ness in this place, he solicits from the public con
tinuance of their favors. During: this period h
has endeavored to keep up Willi the improvements
of the dav, and has accordingly extended his busi
ness in every branch and variety. The public ar
therefore invited to the attention of the present
CABI1VKT WARE AND CIIAmSr
SEBASTIAN H0UPT & CO.
At the Old Wand,
Where In addition to their foTmer stock of tils'
establishment they now manufacturs'
Mahogany, Walnut & Cane-Seat Chair,
Large Spring Scat Rocking ChairSf
Dressing Bureaus, Centre. Tables,
Mtrble Top Wash Stands,
and a variety of other
new style und
V: Ii i o n a ! I c F u rn i I lire.
Having secured a Hearse and nintlo the neces
sary arrangements for the purpose, they are now
prepared for Undertaking in all its branches, li
this vicinity or at any convenient distance.
Ye mnidf and mistresses, and huslmnds too,
Here's furniture of every style and hue,
From side hoards down to kitchen tnbles,
From roeliinit chairs to locking cradles
Phould yon not have the ready Johs to pay,
We'll wait awhile for a brighter better day,
Or take potatoes, oats, corn, wheat and rye; .
Burk, hoop poles, stnvea, or lumber wet snd dry,
Or any thins: but yokes and threshing flails,
Fioin pigs and turkies down to little quails.
Come on then friends, come one and all,
Keep trude a moving, so "goes on the laill."
ITi?" Orders from a distance promptly attended
to and work of all kinds delivered with dispatch.
Sunbury, March 9, 1850 tf
Philadelphia, July 46, 1851. ly.
FOR 25 CENTS.
TY MEANS OF THE
PIL'S, or Every one his
own Physician! TuinTi
kixth edition, with up
wards of a hundred engra
vings, showing private dis
ease in every shape and
form, and mall'iirnialiuus of
the generative system,
II. V lr W m Youner.
The time has now arri
ved, that persons suffering from secret diseases,
need no more become the victim or afAiKKav,
as by the prescriptions contained in this book, !
any one may cure himself without hindrance to
business, or the knowledge of the most intimate
friend, nnd with one-tenlh tho usual expense. In
addition to the general routine of private disease,
il fully explains the cause of manhood's early de
cline, with observations on ninrriiige besides
many other derangements which it would not be
proar to enumerate in the public prints.
IV Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE
CENTS, enclosed in a letter will receive one
copy nf this book, by mail, or five copies will be
sent for one dollar. Address, Dit. W. YOUNG,
No. 152 SPRUCE Street, PHILADELPHIA."
ICT" Dr. YOUNG can be consulted on any of
the Diseases described in his different publica
tions, at his Ollice, 152 Spruoe Street, every dny
between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sundays excepted.)
Philadelphia, June S, 1852. ly.
rE'MIE MISS WEITZEL'S respectfully inform
l the Public that lliey still continue to enter
tain travellers and others nt their old established
stand in Market street, west of tho Court House.
Their long experience in ihe business, and Ihe
well established reputation of their House, will,
they trust, be a sitfiicient guarantee, that their
customers will be well accommodated.
March S, 1851 tf.
MRS. MARY WEAVK.R respectfully informL
the public and travelling community general
ly, that she has opened this large and commodious
HOTEL, furnished in a superior style. From
her long experience in the business of a first rate
Hotel, and well known reputation to accommo
date, her customers may depend on being supplied
with every thing conducive to their comfort and
Feb. 15. 851 It
jf OLD PENS with and without cases, of a
x3M very suiarior quality, just received.
Also a fresh supply of ritiug 1 nml, for sale
by II. 13. MASSER.
Sunbury, Dec. 27, 1851.
II AND BILLS neatly printed on new type
promptly executed at this office. Also
blanks, of all kinds on superior paper.
riunbury, fob. 14, 1852.
1M.ANK Parchment Paper Deeds snd blank
- Moitgages, Uouds, Executions, Summons,
cVc. for Bale by II. B. MASSER.
Sunbury A) ril 26, 1851.
rOLD PENS with and without silver cases
just received, and for sals bv
funbury. Anril 1851
B O O K 8 K L L i: R ,
TUST received and for sale, s fresh supply of
for Singing Schools. He is also opening ot
this time, a large assortment of Hooks, in every
branch of Literature, consisting of
Poetry, History, Novels, Romances, Scientific
Works, Law, Medicine, School and Children's
Books, Bibles School, Pocket and Family, both
with and without Kngravings, and every of vuri
etv of Binding. Prayer Books, of all kinds.
I ravels, oynges and Adventures, all ot
which will be suld low, cither for cash, or coun
Sunbury, Jan. 31, 1852 tf.
PI 'HE siibscrilier respectfully informs her friends
il nud the public generally, thnt ahe bus taken
the uhove well known stand nearly opposite the
Court House, lately occupied by Mr. J, C. Per
kins. She ti lists that her experience in business,
and her efforts to lnal.n her guests comfortable,
will give entire satisfaction to those who may fa
vor her with their custom.
ANN C. MORRIS
March 8, 1851 If.
Ncmv Millie Just Published.
EE .t WALKER, No. ICS Chesnut st
arc constantly publishing and receiving,
new and beautiful music from the most distin
The following list contains some of their choi
cest and most popular Songs, Wull.cs, Polkas,
Now, thou art Gone, a beautiful song, words
by Thomas J, Diehl, music by Hunibriilge.
My New England Homo, words nnd inusie. by
Mrs L. Wade.
Grobc's Omnibus: hy C. Grobe a collection
Sounds from Home, piano and violin, by Jos.
Pretty Little Polkas for Pretty Little People,
by J. Ling.
All the Winds aje Sleeping, by A. S. Worn
sey. Guardian Angel, by the author of "Love Not."
Household Words, written by Chas. Young, do.
The Adieus, words by Thomas J. Diehl, mu
sic by Horr.
LEE cV WALKER have constantly on hand,
sujierior Pianos, and a supply of Martin's Cele
brated fiuitars, which together with a fine as
sortment of Musical Instruments and Merchan
dize in general, comprise a stock not to lie sur
passed by that of any other establishment in the
country. LEE & WALKER,
1152 Chesnut street, Swaim'e Building.
Philadelphia, June 28, 1851. ly.
ISO i: TV Is AM)
AND PENSION AGRNCT.'
The attention of the public is called to the ad
vertisement of Mr- CIiutIcs C Tucker, Attorney
and Agent at AVashigton City- Persons hav
ing claims for bounty Lands or Pensions are in
formed that the subscriber has made arrangements
for the requisite forms, and claimants calling at
his ollice, can have their papers prepared and
forwarded to Mr- Tucker at Washington, and
by hiin be properly attended to before the De
H. B. MASSER.
Sunbury, Jan. 18, 1851
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
fl'IIE Subscriber who resides in Philadelphia,
JL oilers for sale tho following property in Mil
ton, Northumberland county, viz: The large
l-S- in iiotipr Millnn f.irnmrh nncnnieil 1,1,
II ' J .v,--- "J
Mcr svs Tn Iters. ms ns a Carriage Makers Shop.
The building is fill feet front on upper Market
street, and -10 feet on Front street, and is two
stories high. Also a two slory
MUCK BLACKSMITH SHOP,
40 by 25 feet, on the same premises. The lot is
on the corner of upper Market and Front streets,
and is Gil feet front, and 150 feet deep.
The premises would be valuable for a Foundry
or other manufacturing purposes, and will be sold
on reasonable and accommodating terms by ap
plying either to JACOB C.MililGAN,
J. F. WOLFINGKR, Esq., Milton or
II. I!. MASKER, Esq , tsunburv.
Philadelphia, Jan. 25, 1851 tf.
I' II 1 I, A ! i: I, V II 14
ESTABLISHED is YEARS AGO BY
mi. KINK EUN,
AT. If. Corner of Third and Union Streets,
BKTWEKN PPUl'CE AND TINE STREETS,
"7IFT15KN YKARS nf extensive and uiiintfrruntect
practice spent tit tins city liuve reuilcrcit lr. K. th
iinwt expert nml fucreuiul practitioner lar Bin) near.
in the treiittiiuitt all diseasim nt a private nature. Person!
alflk'teri with ulcers upu the IxHly, thn ml, or legs, pains m
the heuitor bones, meteurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel,
itiHWise arising from youlhhill excees or impurities of th
hlootl. whereby the constitution hus become enfeebled, art
all treated witli success.
He who places himself under the rare nf Dr. K., may re
ligiounly confide in his huttor us u geutlemun, and eoiibileul
ly rely upon bis skill us a physician,
TAKK PAltTlCl-LAIl NOTICE.
CHEAP Gli.VVE STONES.
rlHE subscriber informs his friends sud the
public, that he continues to curry on tbe
Marble Uusiness in all its branches, ut his old
stand in Milton, Pa., and is prepared to ninnu-
Monuments, Tombs, Gravestones, &c,
of the best materials, and most finished work
manship, and st the lowest prices.
Letter Cutting, English and German in the
most modern and elegant style.
Designs for Monuments, Grave Stones, &e.,
always on hand.
N. 11. Orders for the East side of the river
promptly executed by leaving the same at the
ollice of the "Sunbury American."
Milton, May 10, 1851. . ,
J. II. ZIMMERMAN,
ji siim: or nn: l'Uicr.,
Office ill Deer Street, immediately opposite the
Public Sellout House.
ft?" Mi mil's collected und ail basilicas promptly ami care
fullv nlleniltnl tn.
April SO, 1850
SgATENT Trusses of all kinds, Harrison's
writing and imlellible ink, Cotton yarn and
luiis, just received and fur sule bv
USTICES' FEE BILLS For sale by
J H. I). MASSER.
ILEYVSr COVGH CAHDY. An excel.
lent remedy (or eouf lis. colds. For sale
at this efllca
JOHN A. II A 11 It 1 S ,
Manufacturer, & Dealer in
Imported and Domestio Segars,
Also, a general assortment of
I.rnf & Kin ii ii Tact ii red Tobacco,
C10X8TANTLY on hand, at the lowest mar
1 ket prices. Corner of Chestnut Su, and
December 87, 1851, ly.
SMITH'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GIN
GEU, s fresh supply just received, and for
sale by U. B. MASSEIi.
Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1852. '
WM, G. IKASON,
Engraver and Printer,
No. 46 Chestnut Street, above Second,
IS prepared to do ENCiltAVINti and PP.INT
INU, ill all their branches, Wedding, Visiting
and Ilusiuess Cards, Ball Tickets, Wutrh Papers,
Labels, Kill Heads, fSotes, Checks, Drafts and
Diplomas. Seals snd Stamps for Corporations,
Odd Fellows, Masons, Sous of Temperance, &c.
All the above engraved in the best manner.
Orders by Post promptly attended to.
December 27, 1851 ly.
Sunbury, Dec. 3, 1848.
CJTONE Ware, Earthen Ware, Kaisins, Al
inonds, P uncs and Cream Nuts.
Planes of ull kinds.
Salt and Plaster. Just received and for salo
by JOHN W. FHI1.1NU.
Sunbury. Dec. 29, 1649.
BOOKS and Gold Pens, On hand several cop
ies of the life of Christ, and also a number of
gold iens which we will sell at the Philadelphia
prices. For sale at this office.
NO CURIi NO P.VY1
Hughes' Fever and Ajpio Pills!!
PEUFECT and speedy cure for tho Fever
und Ague is guaranteed to any ono who
may u-e the Pills. They have been used fur Ihe
iif seven years and have never been known to
fail in a single instance and in eases, too,
where pcr-Miis have had the disease for several
years, without intermission. The proprietor
chuih litres Ihe world to produce un mliclo that
will euro in us shoit a time, witliinil leaving any
deleterious elici ts from the u-eul'it. U' the Pills
do not perform u speedy nnd perfect cure, the
proprietor '.will return the money. For sale by
Jacob iS. Lawrence. Minorsv ille ; E. Hull'en
stein, Trevmtun ; S. 1!, Dixon, Schuylkill Ha
ven j John W. Fitting, Sunbuiv; Mary A. Mc
Coy, Northumberland ; Dr. Beekly, Danville j
JuhnSharpless, Cattawissn i Dr. Judd, Williams
port j J oli ii liuser, Milton, and by respectable
Uruggists ttiroimiiuui the .Mate.
J. CI.HT1S C. Hl tillES, Proprietor.
Poltsville, June 2S, 1831. ly.
SILVER WATCHES A few double case
English Silver Watches, for sale at very low
Sunbury, April 12, 1851.
II. B. MASSER.
ARNOLD'S WRITING FLUID snd Adhe
sive and lf ! envelopes, for sale by
II. B. MAS8ER.
Sunbury, nrt 10, 1852. '
NOB AND SPRING MORTISE LAT
CHES An excellent article, for sale at
hall tho usuul price by J- W, FiflLLNG,
Sunbury, July 7. 1819-
CH INGLES. Joint and Lap Shingles, of first
3 rate quality, for sale by
Punbury, Dee. 50, 1851. if.
"HT7" ENNEDY'S PATENT SASH FAS
TENINGS A cheap and excellent arti
clo lor fastening sush for sale hy
J. W. FRII.INO
Sunbury, July 7, 1819.
"ITURSING BOTTLES Breast pumps, and
' nipple tulies- A supply of these useful arti-
cles lust received and lor sale liy
JOHN W FRILING
Sunbury. Jan. 18. 1R51 tf
ROSE OINTMENT. A fresh supply of Ibis
. ccellent article for Tetter, Ac, jusl received
and for sale by HENRY MASSER.
Sunbury. July 28. 1849.
rpEAS, from the New York Canton and Pekin
Tea company, s "j
J. W. FRILING.
8unbury, Dec 2. 1848
MAY RUM-An eicellent article for sale
BS b - HENRY MASSER.
Sunbury Jan. 87. 1849 tf.
No. fi, North Wharves, .
Where tho following goods are received and sold
Dried Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Cherries,
&c, Green Apples in Barrels or by Ihe Bushel,
Beans, Peas, Cranberries, Onions, Mercer Po
tatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Shelbarks, Chestnuts.
Ground NutsT Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Figs.
Prunes, Grnpes, Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Cheese.
And all kinds of Foreign and Douiestic Pro
Philadelphia, Dec, 13, 1851. ly.
SOAP AND CANDLES.".
rMIE subscrilier takes this method of inform
ing the citizens of Sunbury and vicinity,
that they are engaged in the manufacture of
honp and Candles, ol the best quality, at No. 44
Filbert street, Philadelphia, They respectfully
invite all who buy for cash, to give him a cull as
they will find it tn to their advantage in dealing
with him for articles in their line.
E. DI'FFY & SON,
44 Filbert above 9th.
Daccmber 20, 1851 tf.
Vouiift Men who have injnreit themselves by a certain
pnictlce indulged in a liuhit frequently learned from evil
cumpaiiMiii or ut school the elfi-cls u whii-h are sightly
ten, even wneu osieep, sua tii-siruy notli mind nud lusly,
siti.utd apply immediately. WciIoichs and c'linsilutiunal
duhility I ss of mnwnlur energy, pli)-sieiil lussitmte and gen
eral pr.-slruti'iil. initutitlily nml sll nervous affeetiuill, llidi-
pi'Riuii. HiiiiiKomiH-iiii oi me uvei, nun every utseascin any
wny conneeleil wilh tiie disorder ot the procreulive func
tions cured, nml full vigor restored.
YOUTH AND MANHOOD,
A vigorous life or a premature death.
RINfiEI.IN on Self Tri serration.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
This II "o'li. just pulilisliedis filled with useful iiiformntion
on the infirmities und ilisenses nf the fii-neriitive tlrimns.
It nildressi-s ltti.ll alike to Vol "I'll, MAMlOOl) nnd OLD
A 1 . 1 1, nml Kli'iulil tie rend by till.
Tiie v:ilaalile iidvii'ii nud impressive wantinir it gives,
will pivvent ii-ursi.f misery und suffering und isivs auiiusl.
ly TtMiiHUints of Lives.
I'nri nts l y r.-.nluir ii will leurii how U prevent ths des
truction of their children.
A remittance nf 95 cents, enclosed in a letter, ad
rtri-siil to Ult . KIMf.KI.IN. N. V. corner ofTiilllDt
UNION Slreels, between Spruce k. l'llie, I'hihidelphia,
will ensure n h ink, under envelope, per nium of mail.
IVrsons st a ilislnuce mny luklress l)r. K. by letter, (post
paid.) mid lieeuri'd ut Irime.
PACKAIiKS OK MKIllClNFS, DIRF.CTIOXS, .,
forwarded hy si-ndiiitr a remittuuee, and put up seems from
DAM AfiF. or I THIOSTY.
Ilii'ik-srllers, New Agents, Pedlars, Canvassers, snd si
others supplied wilh the ulsive work at very low rates.
pepieiuuer o, looi. ly.
IIISSL'L' PAPER. Yellow Tissue paper for
J covering glasses, &c, for sale at Ihe ollice of
STONE milk Pans, stone Jugs and Pitchors,
and other articles of stone ware just received
and for sale by JOHN W. 1 KlI.l.NfJ.
Sunbury, June S3, 1849.
Puce 25 cents.
riunbury, Ju'y IS, 1851.
aud for sale
-A fresh supply
at litis ollice.
m M LAN K NOTES, waiving the exemption
D 9 law of $3(10, for sals by
April.86. 1851. U. B. MA8PER.
Orcen s Oxygenated Bitter, price reduced.
Old Jacob Townscud's Sursaparilhl.
Swiy lie's fyrup of Wild Cherr
Ayre's Cherry Pectoral
Dr. Drake's Panacea.
Dr. Cullcn's do
Tibbit's Pain Killer.
Dr. lloolland'a lierman Bitters."
Indian Vegetable Pills
Morse and Cattle Medicines
For sale by HENRY MASSER.
Sunbury, July 14, 181.
fIFE or Christ, handsomely bound, D'As
J Hunt's HisTour or the Rkfum nation.
Bi.akk Dat-books ivu Lkiic kus, full bounded.
For sule at the publishers prices by
H. B. MASSF.a
6unbury, July 14, 1849
J silk II ATS at ''i5, (oi sale by
J A TENT BRITTANIA STOPPERS for
bsr bottles lor sale by
H. B MASSER.
Sunbury, April, 12, 1851
YVnilTlXG FLUID anil self soaUng Enve
lo)es, just received and for sale hy
April 1. 1851 H. B. MASSER.
BLANKS of every description can be had by
ap .tying at the office of the American.
DADD8 celebrated Horse and Cattle Medi
cine for sale by HENRY MAH-SFB
Muubury, Jan. S7th, 1849