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tho support of the government of thin common
wealth, passed Feb. 7ih. 1814, be, and (he m in
hereby revived, to lake effect from the S5lh day of
D.r-mher, A V. 1838
Anil on ihe question, will the house agree to the
The yeas and nays were rrqnlicd by Mr. Fcgelf
and Mr Miller of D iks, nnd are follows, viz:
Mwi Brittain, CraMi, Fi-hr, Hamlin, Htoti,
Hulchina, Laverly, M Clnran, Ne-hilt, Sheriff, O
II. Smith, T. S. Smith, Watts. Wll.ox. 14.
Messrs, Anderson, Andrew. B irslnw, Broilhoad,
Bruner, Butler, Ca. others, Carnvntcr, Casscl Cle,
Colt, CoollMUgh, Crrey. Criin. J. Cunningham,
T. . Cunningham, Dorr, D llcr, DoiicI.ib. Khr
roan, Evans. F it' ly. Field. Flcnni'iin, Fo-tcr, O r
en, Craw. H EG INS Hrlff nsh in, U. O. Herr, J.
Herr, Hill of Be Its Hdl of Westmoreland, Hoae,
James. Jons, Keim, Kcndig, Kerr, Keltlewell,
Kin xlc, Konigmachcr. I.on j, Loneaker, Love, Lny,
M Done I, M-E'wee, M'Kmstry, M.Mitdius, Morti
mer, Morion, Morrison, P.irk. Penniman, Penrose,
Tray, Piirviaiice, Ram-cy, Richardson, Ritler, Ro
lierts, Ryan, r-'s'iirrncr, She irer, Smith of Franklin,
Munwden. Slroherker, Walborn, Way, Woodburn.
Yost, Zeilin, Hopkins, speaker. 74.
Thia was the finnl voto on the question, and it
hna never since bii'n ngitatcd in the House of Re
. A libryty pole was raised in Tuibiit township,
on Sa'uulay last, by th Van Bonn men six
cheers were given for Van Bujcn and Johnson and
tlvrtt fur Horton.
. Sunbury Gazelle-
The above ia from the la-t Sunbnry Out itte.
Even Horton, It seems, could got three cheers, but
Gov. Porter wan allowed jusl none at all. Such
little things will sinetinvs leak out, and bIiow
which way the wind blows. Almost any one can
see that Horton and hi friend arc opposed to the
Governor and the true democratic paity.
Commun tea fori.
The Ft rks have had within a fc.v yea-a, the ft.l
lown g named public ollkcrs, to wit : Two rheiilTs,
Henry Reader and Hen'y Go-sler. One member
of cnngriM, R. H. Hammond Thrre prothonota
rys.E. Y. Blight, DhihI Brautk'um and S.D. Jor
dan Two county commissioners, F. Bitkenbine
and Joscih W.t'is. Three i otmys public, John
Frick, C. W. ods and John isenrina. One col
lector of tolls. One as ociate. judge-, John Mont
gomery. Two supervisors on the canal, John
Shrincrund Henry R- edcr. Two depuy v rsha Is,
Win. Alhtight and George Wilson. All the lock
tenders. Several large appropriation to the Nor
thumberland academy, f.om th stale, which they
say they will convert into a couit house, when the
seat of justice ia removed from Siinbury. Two
bridges across tLe branches. One bank. In all,
upward of twenty efficers on the cither side, within
the last few yeara.
Now, what have the peoi le on thia fide ! Why
one member of assembij? and a court house, and
they want to take them both from us.
Mimiii. Editors: I have been credibly infor
med by a person of g od autho ity, who can prove
the fact if neceasaiy, that during lie recent camp
meet ng in Augusta township, JefaeU. Horton was
frequently p'csenl dui'mg the religious ejeicisea;
and, on one oct anion on h i way thilher from Sun
bury, he met u numlwr of young men somewhere
" on the Shomokin HilU, aa they were returning from
the meeting to Snydcrntowu, and after some con
versation shout the election, he hindid tliem a but
tle col mining ardfiit spirit, that they miglit regale
tlienie'ves with him on the highway, nnd ihu on
their return from the p'aee f worship, drown every
goad impiCKion in the iutirating IhiwI. He then
puraoed his way toward the meeting, und they to
These are the fuel wliVh, as I have mi I, enn I
sul st intiated on oulh What are the rcflccti ma
which must fill the bie.nt of evny pirerit, and ol
eveiy virluons man In the commun:tv 1 Truly
"there ia a Lion In the way a l.ion in th.' s trvrts."
Will not a monl and religious community sluink
with abhorrence from the suport of one who thus
dcfl'es the veiy roal to tl e house of I is maker, de
secrates the ceremonies and ordinances of our holy
religion, and lo gain vote, sets such an aboininn
ble example of levity and hypocrisy in sacred things,
bt fore the youth of cut country t Think of it, fal
low citizens; a candidate (n the high and respom-i-blc
office of legi-lalor, going to ramp mrciing w'nh
bottlo of intoxic iting drink in hi pos-cssion, and
dealing it out by the w y-s:d !
I ppeal to every voter whe.her ruch conduct
shoulJ not be stinied with the seul of virtuous ii
dignsticn. not on'y by vo'ing sgaiiut the perpetra
tor of this outrage upon morality, temp ranee and
religion, but also by exerting every i trot lo di feat
hit election. Turn out then ftUow cit a ns This
appeal is made to toe friends of decency and order ;
and theqii'Slion is humbly put lo every conieoti
ous voter, whether it is not incumbent on him to
proceed without delay lo the ilU h 'rge of bii duty
to the public, and prevent Mr. Horton from creep,
ing through uih degiaJIng th iiinels to high pli
An Act, ,
For the regulation of the several Bank, Savings
Ins'iluiions and Loan Companies of the Com
monwcalth. Ssctio t. If any banking institution with'n
thia commonwealih shall at any lime after the I6itt
Janunry, 1841, refuse lo redeem any one of its
notes or bills, or pay any of its deposits or other li
a! ilitics in gold or silver coin, Its charti r lnll le
foifiited; and it may and shall be lawful for any
petsou or jieraoiis, i r ihc agenls of any body corpo
rate, who aha!l have len ielOs.d gld or sibcr in
paytneut an afore id, to m ike mi oalh or affirm
lion, uef ire any judgn of any couit in Iho proper
couivv, of the fact. l'hi t 'clion defl iei. the minle
of procieiling- to forleit the clmrerj and provides
for t' e apHiintmeiit of trustees lo tuke clistge of
the efll'c'a of the bank
Skc S ProviJia tlnit the Iruateea may use tli
Corporate name of the bank, for the pur,.oe of
settling is aflTiirs.
t?c. 3. Provides the mannnr in which the ttus
t es shall make a itlcmmit.
Skc. 4. Provid a against the fraudulent ron -cal
menl or any of the funds of the bank, by t,ic resi
dent cashier or other officer.
Sic. fi. Provides for tho refusal or neg'ect of the
tiH-iecs to rxecitte their duty, .V
Skc. 6. That the reveral courts of common plena
of this commonwealth shall have the Hiwer nnd
jtir s lietion of couns of equ iy, o far relaies lo
the m.niiigenien', cm.tiol anl restraint of banks;
and in case the assets of nny hanks i e ii,-ulli.;ien
to pay the bills and other Jelits thereof, the s id
conris are au horized, and it ii hereby male their
duty to render decrees agiinst the directors and
stockholders then of. for such win or sums of mo
ney as shall he autlicient to ro.leem said bills, and
liquidate the just debts ol the bank.
Sr.c. 7. Provides theminner and order in which
te trustees shall pay the dcl-H of the bank.
Ssc R. That from and fter the pvsngo of this
act, it ahull not be lawful for nny flock holder of any
bank, savings in:iiuuon, or bun company within
this cotnmonw ulth, to vo'e at any election for di
rectors or nlfi cri of (he same, except in bis or h r
own proper person, and that any set or acts of s
sembly heretofore passed, authorizing the stockhol
der of Siich banks, savings institutions and loan
companies, to vote by roy ol such t ic. lions, be,
and it is hereby repealed. j
Sir. 9. It t-hnll not be lawful f r the director rf
any b.iik, snviugs institution or loan company oft
this commonwealth, to deel r a !iileiid ol more '
than eight per rent, per annum on iho cap til ac- I
luollv paid in, or arcu nul .U as a eiHilmgent fund j
more than five per c nt. per annum upott iheir siid
capital , and all the annual rolils arising from any
of such instiiulions, over and almva the raid eilil I
per cent dividend, and the a d five per ecu', c it.? j
lingent fund, shall be paid hiiiiii illy into the lr.'n-e ;
ry for the use of tho commonwealth : I'ruvidrtl, J
huwrvtr, that when the said cuiitingeiit fund n-
:eds twenty per cent, of the amount f the capital
actually pad in, the eiee-a shall be paid into the
Sr.c. 10. It shall not lie lawful for any bank
within this commouwialth to purchase und bod
any bmkor o her st.nk, except their own. or the
slock of Ibis sixtc, or . f the United Mates, and the
amount of such stot k s i parch ised an I liebl, fha.l
at no time exceed ten per cent, of the capital stock
of such bank actually paid in.
Sec. II. That from and af'er the first day of
January next, cveiy bank within this common
wealth shall nc. ive t par the notes of a'l thn char
tered specie paying banka Within thn same, mid no
hank shall pay out at its counter any thing but its
own notes oi sp cie.
Skc. I'i. No hank shall tsse notes in the firm
or similitude) of b ink notes, payable t.i a foiuier day,
usul'y called or denomina etl (ai.t notes.
Skc 1 3. Provides for inon hly statements by the
Src. M Tho st orkhnlib rs of each and every
bank, s ivings insti ttiion and lomi c nip my in the
commonwealib, nhall 'be- -ptnmnablif Imble for the
redemi tion ol the I II s and note", and payment l
the ju-t deles of such bank, savings instilnlioii and
loin eoinpany and such iHT-on'il lial iliiy m iy I
enforced in the manner presenh d in ihe sixth rec
tiou of this acl. And it shall be the duty of the pr
anient or cashier of every such bank, saving insti
tution and loan c mpany. on ihe firt Mond iys of
J nuary, April, July and Ocm'hm in each year, to
fnroiih on nilh or ulli'm tion lo the pioihiiimtary
of their revective count es, a complete lis', of its
stockholders, wi h the i uml er of alia e held ami
owned by eai h, winch said li-t raid proth uiotarv
shuli ti e in his (Vice wi hout charge, su j -el to the
inspection I nil eraona, lor the fee which ia now
pui I fo a search.
Six. 15. 'I hat if any t anking tm'iiiition, loan
coin;iaiiy or sivinga institution sh.ll, when not re
deeming their notes snd Ii ih.li ics i i sjM-cie, declare
any dividend ol profits or a leged pinliti among Ihc
storkh Iders the i relaratmii or saynient of such di
i 'en I sh. ll ipso f .no work a farteitu e of the
Skc. 10. No director or any other officer of any
bank, shu I directly or indirectly procure any In n
Tabid of FJrctlon.
The M owing table will be found handy and use
ful as a matter of reference. It has been compiled
with great care, and U bclievej lo be acrarate i
Rhode. IhI ami,
A I ibnma,
Notth Carol na,
Maine, " '
8 uth Can lin.1.
Penns' Unnl.l, '
M iks icliiisctts,
The tie .tors meet at tho capilols of tho icaj ec
liva States in which they are chosen, on iho secot.d
day of DecoioUr, a id give in lluir ballots for Pie
sident and Vice rrcsiJent,
M'opular IWr of Ihr Prcntdtntfat Medio
Election. lectin t.
? lovernlier 2 7
- 13 4
- 8 3:1
. 9 7
. m 4
- ' - 19 15
- "1(1 7 .
. . II
. . 3 10
Legislature. 1 1
October an ':io
November 6 fl
. ' 3 4'i
OF a very sup. rior qu.dny, cm be had at any
lime, by application to the subscriber, in lots
ti suit purchase-a. They keep large, egg, broken,
and fine coul, fit for burning lime.
J. II. PURDY A. Co.
Siilibtiry, Sept. Sfl. if.
JttOVKHIt-:s.-.. fresh supply of Giocencs
jul lecived und f r s de bv
HE .RV YOXTIHMER.
Serb 12, 1S40. If. .
T,lqVtHlS. fiesh su.ply of Dniudy, Gin,
Pott, l.i-bon, Tri erifT , Madeira and Shcny Wines,
just received and fir sale bv
Sept. 12. I SI 0. .in
Wf'.Vf.V, A new arsornnent of 7-1, 7-9
ai.d 3-4 yard wide Muslin, just received nnd for
salo bv HENRY .'YOXTIHMER.
Sept. IS, 18-10 If.
f 1 l,lfOKS. -A new assottmei I of Calicoes
just received and for sale bv
HUNRY VOX I'll IMKR.
s.pt. is, is io r.
LIST OF CAUSES
""OK trial ill the Court of Common I'lens of
Northumberland Countv, to be held st Su.
bnrv, on ihe first Mond iv of NovemlHr tied, being
the 2d. .
vs Martial A. Stock,
vs Thomas Allen,
Vs Jackson Nesbit,
v- R 11. Hammood,
vs Willi .m M Caity,
Vs Solomon Mcngai,
v G. I,( irennng,
in 1830. . ,
l uil Puren. . Whittff Hurritim.
Maine, 22,900 15,239
Now Hampshire, 1H 722 C.224
Massichuset s, 38.501 43 0D3
Rh.vle Maud, 2,901 2,710
Cenn.cliiul, 192:14 . 18,406
Vei mont, 1 4 037 30,91 I
New York, 100,815 I3X.513
New Jeisi-v, 20 345 20.HH2
Peniisvlviinia, 91.475 87.111
Delaware, 4 1 55 4.73
Maryla. d, 22,167 2ft 8o2
Viminia, 30,201 Vl.3r.rs
Norh Cirulina, 25 839 22.(172
Geotgii, 22.120 24.93U
K. ntneky. 33435 3?. (HI 7
leouessie, 25.120 35 902
Ohio, 04 94S 105 405
1. U'sianv, 3 654 3,38.1
Mssirsippi, 9 979 9,0x8
Indiana, 32 480 41,281
Illinois, 18 1197 14.93
Mi.b iuia, 20 531 15 (,:)7
Mi 8 mi, 11.995 8,237
AtliMM, 8,400 1.238
Michigan, 7,300 4,080
South C .rolin i, (elects by I-giklature )
M Mrt.V- A good assortment of liar Iron, just
n ca ivrd aod fir sale bv
Sep'. 12, 1810. tf.
S.1I.T. 250 barrels nnd sacks of Salt, jusl
TceeiveJ an., for sale by
S.p. 12, 1 S 10. if.
Cf.t1It$. general assortment of f.'loihs
and Ca.-imeie, constant v on hand tbeUiro nf
Sept. 12, 1910 If.
10 . Same
1 1 Wm. P Brady
12 Chilslaiu Heikeil
13 E. Y. Ilri ht
14 Hugh Be laa
15 Joseph Gosa
10 James llillmurne
17 Peter K.fff
18 Michael M'Csba
19 Wm. A. I.lovd
0 John A, I.lovd
21 Ftlimit's adm'r.
32 Win. A. I.lojd f.r
John A, I.lovd
23 Hcorv F irk
21 Coiu'lti ol lVnii'a
llWf;.r, ItVK, 'i.V and all other
knds of Giain and Seeds will be taken nt the high
e t pric b in exchange for g io 'a at the store of
Sept. 12, 1810 5-f.
M ACKKREL A few birrels of M ckerol for
sa'e at a low pr (e by II. B, MASTER,
Sc(l. 12. 1810.
IKI.-JM SALMON. Ol the Inst quality, con
S'an'ly on hand ami for solo bv
11". U. M.VSSER.
Sept. 12, 1910.
-rust (ina.llY Mai'iers
H. B. MASSER,
Yutei nfthe Elcc'ornt Colleen, 1S30.
Martin Van Iluien had of electors, 170
Wm. H. Harri on, 73
Daniel Yv ebaler, 1 1
II. I.. VVnite, 20
Van Buren'a msjority over Harrison, 96
" - White, Ml
" all, 67
Tub Paasinsacv. It was frankly stated by J.
Ij. Adams, in one of his Cor gre-si on a I Bx--chefc.
that the four years during which he occupi d the
Piesidcti'ial chair, were the most unhappy four
yeais of his life.
Sir Roller t Pi el, speaking ol Lord EKlort, r. -marked,
that u even his failings leaned to virtue's
ride ;" upon whii h a gent'eman observed that his
lordship's fiilings rrsi'mbled Ihe leaning tower of
Pi'a. whrch,in spite of its long inclination, had
never yet gnne oivr.
The amount of coal carried on the Dani'lo anil
Pottsville Rail R-ad to Sunhurv for shipping, du
ring the we k ending on Se t. 23, ia 283 Too.
Per last report, 8.531
JOHN BUDU, w. m.
The I'ririHl of Van lSuren
WILL bold a comity meeting, al the Couit
Hou-o in Sunbu y. on Saiuiday, the 18th d-iy of
It is exis-eted that rev. r al add easi a
Wine, f.-r silo low by
Sept. 12, 1840.
FOirilTII PROOF BRANDY. A n.nuu.
art cle alwavs on hand and for sale bv
II. II. MASS LR
Sept. 13, 18 10-
HOLLAND GIN, Ol the U-rt quality ..Jwtys
on hand and for sa'o bv
H. B. M.sER.
Sept. 12, 1810.
LOAF AND LUMP M'G.VR. Always en
hand slid for sa e by
If. B. M ANSER,
Sept. 12, 1S40.
BOSTON SYRUP MOLASSES. Ot a supe-
ilor quatllv, for sale by
11. B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 18 IP.
NEW ORLEANS MJGAR HOLE MO
LASSES. Oi lliu beat ipitlily ulways on hand
in d for sale by
II. B. MASSERR,
Sept. 12, 1910.
BROWN Sl GAR.
Sept. 12, 1840.
-t if a go-si ipj dity. for sal
H. U.MAS El(.
LIlJUORS. Of all kin Is and of the U-,t .(uab
ties, always on hand and for sale by
11. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 18-10.
O t dtcr next,
or discount therefrom, ami no I mil or discounl shall i will be delivered on the occa-ion, and that oil who
We publish, tolay the fdlowinj bill, restrict
ing tho banks, passed by the House of Represen
tatives on the third of Ap il last, together with Ihe
yeas snd nays on the pss-ae of the bill. We do
this for the purpose of shewing how little rt-lianev
can 1 placed in the assertions of Ihe M'ltnn Ledger
and Sunbury Gazette. So far f'oni opposing a
reform of the present banking sysirm, Mr. Ilegins
votrJ for jti-t such res'ric ions on the hanks as the
people desire, anJ e psk them to read the bill and
judge foi themselves. It will lie recollected that
this bill passed two weeks before iba Legislature
first adjourneJ; plenty of time for the Senate to
We passed ths bill, but diJ not ef proper to dj it.
lie niado by any h ink, exec, t by ihe board of direc
tors, a maj' rny i f whom shall be necessary to con
stitute a qnorum for that pr .
S:c. 17. Prmldcs further ena'ties sgiin't the
viola i -ii of tho acl 'ii n lati.in lo an ill rules,
Skc 19. The wilful and deliliarate false rwe ring
l y any officer cr other person, lorn hmg nny atate
ment made or other duty enjiincd by t' is r-cr, shall
be (beni d peijury, a J punish il-lo as such; I ut
til - solitary c- u ii.e a eut io any such a-e sha.) noi
be c-s th in one nor n.oto t'l.in K ve.irs.
Si t. 19. The provisions contained in the fo e
HO'.ttg acl, shall not be coi.strund as leg d xi-ig ihe
sus ensiou of rpci ie payni- nt-. by H e b tl Ws of t' is
prin.m inWeal U, or my otlur art or sets c mmiiled
by them, or i Hl.cr of them, in viol: tion of the luw
of thiscmni nwe.ilth. or the provi-xi scoutsimd
in tltlr acl nf inc rp..rjii-m resicivelv.
Sic. 20. Tbu I. gis'a'iue reseives full piw-r to
make such nlteration", proviious and ieiiiei'ni,s
as it rmv at any lime think pro aer to enact, f.r the
regulation of the banks, savings institutions and
loin comwni a wiih n this commouwea ill, and
shall be liul-lo to such tax, as are now in f rce, or
the legist -lure nny i,t ai.y ime In re. ft. r impo-e.
S.c. 21. That si much f any law as isilnnd
n.l supplied by thia s i.l act, ia her. by reM led.
A ad on the question. h..ll the Lilt pass I
The yeas and nays we e irqirn-d by Mr. Pa.k
and Mr. M'Kinstiy, and aie a, lollows, v' :
M.vsrs. Ander-on, Andrews, D-.it v, Barvtow,
Henner, Dons .11, llroidlieid, II uner, Vim,
Chandbr, C do, Co.ilt.augh, Cratili. Crispin, Field,
Filbert, Flannery, Fleniok -n, F ii k, Fotel. Ford,
firilfill, (.r.fl'ubs. Hamlin, Hartshorn-', II KG INS ,,f
Norihuiiiberlnnd. Helllenstein, ILnry, H err, H.I',
Huge of Mercer, Hoge if (ireene, M-.l.ii. s, Hot cu
stein, Hummel, Johnst-n J.u es, Ka..(l'.nan, Keim,
Kinzle, Kni.igiiiachcr, Ku z, la-i.ly, l.ovr, I, .j,
Lynns, M-Clure, M Kinn.y, M K nairy, rg n,
N. IT, Kill, Park, Pcnuiman of Alb gheuy, Penrose,
Kilt, r, Itota-n, Hnodora's, Snowdeu, Snvder,
Slioheeker.Hwayne, Wilcx, W i son, Zeilio, Zim
merman and Hopkins, Spuker bd.
Mes-rs. Burden, Caruiliera, Chur h, Dsr.ie,
Firher, Gr i . Iliggius ol Hontiu Ion, Hi n Icrn,
Hinchintn, iiutehms, l aw, Morion, Smith, hmy
vr, r-j loll slid WaHt 111.
sre in favor of Denvvralic men and meisuies wi.l
be recent. Tin apj.nwhing political ciile-l for
the Preadency is an iiiior'aiit oil', and while our
po'itic I opooents are vigilant and active to put
down Van lluren and John-oii, an I with them the
principles by which the DemiKra'ic pirty hae al
ways b-en governed, snd ihe interests of the cur
iry ma.u'aiii d, iho Dein.iciacy of Noitbumbcrland
niiiiy, it is bnM I, w ill manifest their roal bv in ret.
ing in enun'y conveuli n, on iho day i.b .vn m.-ii-linncd.
GIDEON LEIsEN RING,
WILLI M FU AGLY,
The memtiers nf ihe standing committee, vh.fee
n un. s me mentioned ah !. have not hid an op
por unity it cn-uliin-4 with D.v.d B. M uiigo
ineiy aiul .1. J. Miles, l'si., li e oiln r members f
the c niip.ti.e. bin res'iuv ibey wi'l agree as lo
thn ropnety ef ihe altve call, and the lime liej.
GREEN AND BLACK TF. VS. tlf the best
quality alwivsou hand audf -r sale bv
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1910.
COFFl- E. Java, Rio and Laguira Golfee, con
stautly on bind and for sale bv
U. 11. MASSER.
SepL 12, 18().
SPERM OIL. Winter and Summer strain.
SjM'rin Oil, of Ihe test qual.ty, alwavs on band nn
for sale bv II. , Al ASUlt
Sept 12, 1810.
STEEL. Csl and IJ.i-tei Steel, f. r s ale by
H. B. MASSER.
Kept. 12, 1810.
SPRING S I'El L. Of vai ions riies f..r Elipt
Spring for sale by
II. B. MASSER.
BIBLES. F.r sale
II. B. M ASSER.
-Of all kin 's. (or sale by
11. B. MASSER.
Run'mry, Of t ,'3. IR10.
Jacob Shalltr ' IMalf.
LLcs..na kiioaviug themrrlve. in tented t
iIim is.a e ol Jac b bluller, laic ol Augusta
iow,.iiip Noithumlrfiliiid county, ilec'd., aie In ie
by r- iju i-1 si to ui..k' pay ent on or before the 3 Irl
day ol Octi.b. r, inrt., slid llio.e havihi a'c -unt-uga
list .ii, I rstsie, wi I make llimn known, properly
authenticated for toitluineiit.
Oct. 3, 1 St 1 0. if. .i.(ii'r.io...
WIIECLsliAltilOW w.s taken from the
SL """ of ,rlH sul.soiih.-r, Any peiron who I. as
ii in saae al li, will p -a- lo iciuni il, or inl-.nn
the subcriltr where he C ill grf i.
Ocoler3, 1810. If.
IHE Paiep'.le Laws, for ll.e sorsiou 1839-40,
baval Is en n ee ve.l al thisoince, and art) now
la.jy for di.iiibiit.Oii Jo iIiomi enlt.lid lo recti vo
(hem. SAMUEL D. JORDXN,
Pii'tho'ii Urt's oll'ico. i'n-M'y.
tuului, -J. pi.".':, 151 '. $
very rjJuced prices by
Sept. 12, 1610.
Sept. 12, I8l).
BLANK DEEDS. Bonds. Mnrtc . Ate. for
rale by H. B. MASER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
JI'S'I ICES' BLANKS. for sale bv
II. B. M ASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
I Joseph Tregn
2 Ge..rgn Wcishaiise
3 Christ or. Ncsbit
4 George Liwrence
ft Henry W.Snyd. r
Adam Mil ler
Harner for Rouah
8 K rkpaliii k A. Son
9 Dr. Win. Henderson vs Henry Hr -wn,
Va Shiprrun At. Groenouith
vs Thomas Grant's ad.u's.
vs Frederick Hcckerl,
vs J. C. B' Nuuise,
vs Wm. M Car.y rt al.,
vs Dr. RoWri Phillips,
vs Dennis Water--,
vs ll.nry Baidshcr,
va J.J. Caul rt al.,
vs Wm, Foray t hj,
vs J in s L'6,
v. John Fi he rt,
5 John DimMe
K Milton H r. ngti
v Wm Wilson, jr.
vs 11. L. DirlTciil.auoJi.
Vs Weaver, Lloyd and Ro
vs Robert Mack,
vs Jaco i Wheel.ind,
7 Groves for Hart & Co vs J in LeisenriiiK,
8 J.rrcnh Vlarn'e's ex'r v John K tier et a I..,
29 Porter for Yoxtheinii r vs Thomas Cow .n,
30 Peter Wary vs jobn H. Pnr.lv At Co.
SAMUEL D. JORDAN, My.
Prothonot iry's Ollico, i
. . . .
Su bury, Sept. 17, 1 8 to.
""" last n6txcb.
A LL those ii.dul.ted to th lale brni of 1 hn'ch-
A er and Thoinps -n. aru hereby n-.lilieJ to ca I
uml selilc Ihrir accounts, as they will be left in tl;f
hands of a Jus tco for c I'ee i n, without respect to
parsons. 8AMIKI. I'll A rt HEK,
MAM I r.li I ItU.ul olLv.
(f'T The b...ka will nmiiiii in my hands un il
Ihe 3 1 at of October next.
Sunbury, Sept 19. 5v
CREDITORS TAKE NO 1 1GB that we have
spiled to (ho Couit ef Common P.'eaa of Nor:h
um'.H'rluud eoui ty for ihe lx rnfit of the Lw nude
for lie tcl ef of insolvent do Oors; and that the
Ju.lgis of the said I'ouil have upK)inted the fust
.Moo. lay ol ,ovemls'r ntxl, to dear us ml i-ur
cnilil-.m ..t ti c Court House in Sunbury, when
und where you may ttt'en.l H ymi think .f..pcr.
I IHIMAS I'OYEK.
JOSEPH r-1 POYCR.
Sunbuiy, Sept. mU-r 13, 1810.
AI L ACCOUNTS remaining in my books
previous to the first of Ainil 1810, will bo left in
the hands of a Justice of the Peace for eo l. ctinn.
N. B. Grain of all kinds will be taken on old
Sept. 12, 1840. tf.
CLOTHS, Blue, Black. Invisible (Jr. en. .Vic,
fors.lebv H. I). M VSEi;,
IS. pt. 12. 1810.
CAsiMKRES AND K.TTI. ET I'S.
id- very low by 11. U. .MASSER.
S.pt. 12. 8j;l.
CARPETING. Eoi raV cheap by
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810.
BL ANKE'l'S For sulo cha,i bv
II. P. M .jaHER,
Sq.t. 12. 1810.
I NBLKxCIIED Mi:sLIN".-l'or sile by
II. B. MASsEIt.
September It, 1H'.
COTTON YARN AND COT'f'.'N LM'S
Foi..lby 11. B- .MASE.
September 12, 1840.
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE. F. r silo
by IL B. .MAssEK.
Kepemlier 13, 1810-
TOWING LINES, CORDS AND ROPES
For sale hv I. U. MASSt'R.
t-.-ji.Uibi i I", 1 8 10.
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Conrl
of Noribuinli. rlsn.l County, will he expo ed lo sale
by pulibc vendue or ou'erv. on
Monday, the VJtk day nf October nejrl.
al the Court Mou e in tho B .rough of Sunbury, a
certain Island in ike River Su-qtiehamn, in Augus-
t.i Townshiii, Northumberland county, c-n'aii.tng
ten a. r-a in. re or less, late tho estate of Jacob
Seashol'z, i!et d.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock of said day,
when the conditions will le ma.lo known bv Fr-
ib r ck L nus, Adminis'r .tor, dt hinii nnn A-c. of
said dice.'ei.t. JOHN G. YOUNG l AN.
Sunbury. Aue. 29. Cl'k. O. C.
T i a ii i o r I a tion Ia i n c
(VH HUE WTK CaJIJIL )
Wiirciiiiie fxt of Chmntit Street on the Pen"
A BOAT l.we t!;e wh'irfof the subs rils'r e ve.
ry mornii g "t 8 o'clock, running through to lla t.-
liinre in lliiee ilava. t.oiiBignmenlB ol protlu.p.
iron, Ace., will re. rive a de-patch by ibis line, which
has nol hitherto been ouailod hy any otl.er. Iiaie i
o I fn-icht as low as by any o'her regular line.
JOHN V. BROWN,
BUCK . II ERR.
KERN AN A. STILLNIGER.
J. V A. H. IIERR.
GimkIs inli nded for Pitihlhirs, or any o let on
the Penttsytv u.ia' Canals, will le sliipisd wi houl
del v on their arrival al Harrlsliurj, as tins con
nects with the Notth American line of Poilabl.
Boats to Pilisb urj d .il v, an I with the Suuinban.
na Packet Line to Northumberland, W illiamspon,
Wi kesbane, snd all intermediate laces.
GEORGE W. LAYNfi.
HarrUhu-g, Sept. 9, 1810.
11 O O K-B INDERY.
THE Htiderslgne.l havo rhe gritiricailon ef jr.
f.-rmi g the public, that uotwilbatan.lii g tl-ey w. ie
o tii.f ittnnsle as to have their bindery I.Urnl J.ivn,
in Match lat, Ibey have opened a very et'ciiMve
one, in Lncut street, in tl e uew building diioctly
opp m-iIo G rini'a Hotel .ti.l aie piep ir. d lo ex. cu e
all woik in their line with d. spalcli, and in a sit
l.ior sty In. Their RULING APPARATUS
aii l oil cr Ma hi.. cry uie new, and of the lirsl order
and latent io.provt nn nls ; und they ficlacor.fi
d. nee In tit ir facilities f r ivi;ig perl'.cl sati-fao
lion lo all who in .y la .or tbein with their orders.
Banks. ('. u..iy olbcea, Mo chai.t-, Med si.icr
and oil eis, can be supplied w la BLANK HOOKS
nf rverv ib seripiiim, which for rieilnest and diini
biliiv, will le equal to any made by Ihe UiiieJ
Si.lcs. HICKOK CANIINE.
HARKISBURG, Sep . 9.
.a ... .1. ;siilii,iiii ajs,s.ifciilT1
terpr'r.s an.1 Im'u t.y, which mny well excitu itio
ast iiishmeut ol th so who are unacquailitej with
hi r iiirxhsosiii'lvdrpo-itea of co d and iion.
Hrr rugged hi N and solit iry wistea, hereinfore
dre.ne.1 woilhiess, are now eagerly sought after lor
the coal and iron which lh"V contain, (he most
v luable minerals in nature. It his been slid that
England owes her present p wer and wealth nine
lo her coal a .d iron than lo all oiher catiso- com
bined. If so, then Pennalvania has within her
own l or.lcrs inn rual resources anil powers of wealth
utisurpassed by tho wh- lo Union.
I he rslnim .kin roil rrgiou, connected with tins
pl.i.i! by a r dl oad 20 miles in length, which a feiv
years mice was a sobt.ry wild, untrodden by thn
foot of Dn.n aav the solitary huntet.in pursuit of
gmie, ifrnow teeming with busy and iudualiioiM
population. I he town of Sliom. kin I.KBted in tlm
Coal re iion, a new vi luge cont lining shout omi
hundred houses, bis sptung up as if by magic,
sime that pon.sl.
These improvements which are but a eommrn f -
merit i.f a aeii.a of woiks upon a large scale u v
ill progress, iixut as they are, hae already gi'l
a new lie and impetus to this section of our county.
With the m views and under tbes) consider
t toliS sc, in common wiih uisi.y of our most . -teemed
fellow citueus, cauceived lliat wall mil
dueled jouru-il, if proetIy encouiaged, could !
remlered h'gbly tervicoalde to the coiunittnry. I ho
progre-s ol iinpiova.tieiit and the rapid increase i l
population, iud. ed iciuue that'ttio i res sh uld ti.-t
only keep pace with the spirit of enleiprin and in
dustry, but as a pi.tncer lead th w ay and siimuta i
to t-xeriloii the cnterprixmg and wealthy capitalist.
I he ertabliahment of a new press in this pt r.i
has freipioully been spoken of, snd was loiigsiuv.i
in contemplation wlieoevij a f.vi.ral.ie opjioriu iy
h .u'.li ccur. e believe lliat pei lod, haniow r
rived. Our dedgn ia to make the American a p -r-matM-nt
and uselul jourual, ronvey lug useful and
inton sling iiilotuiatioii to all classes of icaJct.i
Conducted wiih the utmo.l decorum, its to.ic .ti.l
sentiments shall at nil tim?s be such, that t' c not
rupulmis parei.l may place it in the h-inds of x y
memlsfr of his Ismily with perfect impunity. L i
sctini.ity and violent personal ahuse hail l-e c.ai -
fully ixcluib-d from its co'uuius. And wLil. oo
rh .11 always be ready an.l prompt in tho expressi u
of our opinions upon matters of public policy, v.
ah .11 always endvaor lo preserve that liccot-ii.i
and extond that curtesy towards our cole m pur... i. a
ann otneri, trial o .e gcuile.n. ti bas a ngU'. t ) exj . t
fr. m another.
To the interests of the farmers and ctiltivad r o f
(he soil, the bone nnd sinew of our country, who.
in an agr.cul ural point l View, form the ba.i ..f
all trade, commerce und manuluciun s, wo ah- h .
vo'c a portion of our columns, and snread Iu .h
ihetn such mailer as siiati t)o oolh u-cl'ul and . n-
To tho tn-hanic ai d nil o'lurs, we tm-t . o
shall be able to uiake the Ainiricau an iuien;i..g
an.l li.struciivc jou n I.
In politics wc shall, as wo h ive alieadv an
nounced, support the general and state admitih-tr
lions. In advocating the r. -clntl ,n uf Mnr.
VlK Ul HL! and KltHiBI) M, J..llt0. to ill l
high stations wlvich thoy no.v uccui y, a id wh i.i
they have filled with such dittinguislied abilitt. .
we shall c urine ourselves to mca urea and Co
principles upon which they are gioun.tcd. Rocri .
inaiion ana low ncrsonjl ubuae which the laon-r
of j!iiitat Wi.-faie never ful to p roduce, hi. I
wnicn we reg-et to any is m.lnUrif in to an aim . t
unlimited extent, by the pariizin presses of rid.er
side, we! shall catelully avoid, deeming it not on!
ilemoraliting to the community and derogatory i
me nign cnsricur ol tha press, tut unwise, iui-
pu.ittc an.l unjust.
I'm our fcirloaa and naiilotic Governor Djvid R.
Pol. r, who has thus fai identiliecl himsulf wnli
the true in'ere-U of the state, an 1 whose wise a A
alu a y measures haVe received the appro' ation ..'
every hoiiert .d l.lairal min.l, we siall ex'end o i r
m sit ror.lial supts.rt. We have therefore pi . .1
bis name nt tho head of our columns, fully coi.i .
dent that the honest ye imnmy of Pennsylvn.. n
win always te munn sustuimng nonesty or purp .. .
and in'egrity ef conduct ill a justly valu.tl p.iblio
H. B. MASSER.
Sunbury, Sept. 19, 1810.
TO Till'. ll JtL.ll',
In fmbmittina to tlio pu'dic tho first tm n'ers i f
the "Aineiican,1' il may be deemed incumr-ei t on
ua as noces-ary and proper lo make a few observa
tions in r. latino lo tbr establishment of this pr. as,
and the e..i,r.e which its ronduclors int. nd lo pin
sue in its put.ticalion, Thei g- in which we live
h b bo- q t rut v styled iho i.ge if improvemy.it,
wlmh no power on tar Ii canarie.-t in its piugies.
The applies! cu of steam to the various ptrpoaas
if si', and thd more roienl discovery of aim li
ng iron wah snilnsrne coal, promts to I rnnsyl
vauu results that cauiiol bn tou bi,hy c-ti-in
The great valley of the r'urjuuharin L soon rje.
t:i:id lo b io.i.s tad lbs is ul a nciv sc. u vf si.-
THE L4ROEST.1XU CHEAPEST NEWS-
PAP EH L THE WOULD.
rilHB spirit of ihe age is utilitarian. Impro'."
L ni nt is stamKl upon the face of every thn i;.
All tl.e useful arts sre procr.;ring with unpauail. i
ed rapidity, and the Art of Printi. g is coming i t
f.r it-i lit I t-hire of tho commo i improvement.
Deto.m ed not to be outdone in any thing that pe.
tains to his profession, where there ia a fair cban. o
for exertion and enlerpriie, the undersigned has de
le, mined upon issuing a aluet twice iho six; of tho
B.isti.n Weekly Tun s, (a id is to take the pla. o
of that paer,) and w II contain sight columns
more, miner thin the Bro lirr Jonathan. Ths
shoet wi: be cslbd tlie BOSTON NOTION, an.l
it is d. termitted thai il shall sust .in a cognomen s
fn'l of meaning, ami interwoven with the csta'u-liih.-d
char ictrr of our Ys .kve cily. Il w ill be ti.a
Lau.-k.sT NrcwspieER is thk Would with n
exception and will he punted on a sheet thirl),
a. ven by fif:y.two inchiv. it will be filed entirely
w th rtading ni .1 er, an I will contain Tlnco 'Phou
san.1 E.l.t Huuditd and Eighty Eight .piaro
inches, oi Twen'j-ivi ii rq.mre fee' of print in ti o
ypi! and a single n'ltnlwr will eot-tiin more read
ing thin an o .liuary book nf Three Hundrc l
pages. Tiles, illiim. a o .a wdl i n il le t!ie pubh.-her
to d.aw largely upon llio ino.t popular periodica'
of the dav.liolli Ann r. i an and Foreign ; and at tho
selections will hs made with great care, it is believ
ed tl.is psrrr ui'i be a welcome Notion to every
I n. oly, BesUis a full synopaisoi ihe current new
of ihe tLiy,) as pubti-heJ in ihu Bitu Daily
'Punes.) it w.l e n'sin Pm-try, Popular Tales,
Theatrical Criticisms, Police and other Court 1U-p-.rt..
llun.o--.ius Aitu-U-s, A.C. Ac.
The wli. le wo Id of Li era' ure will be ransacked
to fill il. From the s'udy i f tho ptiilosophti dow n
to tlie po'i.e courts, through all regions of reasou,
poe:iy, roinai.ee, wil, and the ample record of folly,
w aUa I fctcin fium ll.e pistrnd the present and
fioin all na i"ns, to K.ci.l as plea.iug and useful
eiiu.binaiioii f recorded lU'.ught and current hi
toiy, as iba wo. Id cin tippy or iudustry p-uduct'.
This n our "Boston Norms. m
This giet amount of wisdom an.l fun of wit
and philosophy ol' novo ties and antiquities wa
a e bb'a lo ulKy, wetkly lor six ciiti per copy,
only six rents! ai.d we rsti tl i it lu causa of tho
lav li i s of our ! as and dlka, and the conuectioit
of dii'y and weekly publications. For tiibki nui
lims wa can svll a year's vo u.ne, U.. in quantity
of nintt.'i. with every varl. ty a s., l. 1 if y-two Yo.
uiim if Novels, ticti aa are iaauJ fio. ii I'io pr. n
i f h s day. F.fl.'-wo Uie Vo'uisi f rj Tbaa
Do Lr. ! Effoctedad by improved ni -chin. iy, sr. 1
by ad tr.i.ina ion that we will not 1 outdone i
enleipi x-i and u-trfu'rH'st.
TtUMS. Tn Don. mi a year, s!way in
dva' ce no i.ide.a, u in. to r from what souco,
will be ail nd(l to u. le.-s acc uipaniej wnh ia
CAML can,'1 cu, i six c.-n.a t-cli.
'Put M tiis ur i!,j rs r.-ii.itm.g Tanuty Dot.
la.ashsl haee I ighl e pies --nt to such persjna
and u'it'ee as they ne.y oe ignatc.
GtOiiOi; feOHEUrs, ruWislm.