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-Remlvtit, That the firsl section of an act, enti
tled en del reducing ihe a daiios of -umlry public
officer-, nl daily p'y of mcni' of (ha lgi:
ture. pawed January 18 h,a. D. 1821, be, ml ihe
eame i hereby repealed, ..nd ibe said act, to Wiich
tli in i supplement, eniitl.d an act prolding for
th support of the government of lliii common
wealth, paved Fib. Till, 1814, be, ami Ihe nine l
heteby revived, to take effect from the 2 6 ill day of
December, A. D. 1838
And on the question, wil. the houte agree 10 ihe
Mini1 1 .
The yeas nml nay were required by Mr. Feg.ly
end Mr Miller of U.-rk, nml are a follows it:
Mes.-e Bri'tain, Cral.h, Fi h 't, Hamlin, Hei..ii,
Hulchina. Levari, M Claran, Ne bllt. Sheriff, G.
JtSmito, T. . Smith, Watts, Wilcox. 14.
' Me-. Anderson, Andiewe, B-trsmw, Brndhfad,
Bruner, Butler, Carothera, Carpenter. Casscl Cole,
Coll, Coolh.iiiih, Crrey. Crispin, J. Cunningham,
T. S. Cunningham, Dare, D Her, Douglas, Ebr
man, Evana, F. rcIv. Field, Flenniken, Foster, U r
gas, Cratx, HEGINS HrllT. noti in, D. G. Heir J.
Herr, Hill of licks Hill of Westmoreland. Hone,
Jumna. Jones, Keim, Ki-ndig. Kerr, KetlL'well,
Kin llf, Kouigmacher !nn -, Loncak'T, Love, Loy,
M Dowell, MEwce. M-K iihtrv, M int. ius Morti
mer. Mor on, M -rria.-n, P.rk, Fenuiman, Penrose,
Pray, Purviauce, Ram-cy, Ricb.-irda.iri, Hitler, Wo
bene, Ryan, Schooner, Shearer. Smith of Franklin,
Siiowden. Strohecker, Walhorn, Way, Woudburn.
Yoat, Zeilin, Hopkina, speaker. 74
Thia woe ihe final v,e on the question, and it
haa never aince been agtlutiat in the House of Re-
The following ilialogas it stid lo have taken
place between two contractors, not a hundrtd miles
from the Northumberland bridge. They are lnh
strong friends of Jesse Horton. for fhe best reason
in iho world, which ia, that Hort'n mitkes hia mo
tley in the same way they do, by gelling fat jobs -on
the atate worka :
Mr. JT. Do you know that Horton a prospects
ere getting worse and worae, every day! If the
eleciion had been a few weeks earlier, I think hi
chance would have been much better.
Mr. TV. Yea, I see it all plain enough. Horton
waa getting along pretty emoothly, aa long as the
people thought he waa a plain hard working farmes,
They have found out that it wa all a hunting, and
aa soon as lhat cursed new paper came out in Sun
bury they published it, th .t Horton a a conlrac
tor, and no firmer. Well, how undiT the sun
Could we deny ill Every body about here knew
Mr. J-Thi y wy Hoi ton would do much bet-
ier, if he wou.d stay at home, and let hia friends
electioneer tor him. They ,.y when he waa ridiig
through Augu-la township, he asked every man.
woman and chil'l he met with, how iia daddy, or
how bar husb.ind would go, or whether ha waa a
Van Buren or Harrison mm. The (act ia, the
people in ihe country don't know the man, and hia
appearance, you know, ia not calculated to make a
. very favorable impresioi..
Mr. W True. I heard but a few days ago, he
met a respectnble ol I gonilcman ruling on th luin-
pike, Horton, they Kay can e up lo him, and in a
rough way commenced sneering at, and abusing
Cbarlea W. Hegtn. The old gentleman aaid no
thing at the time, but tnld hia friends when he got
home, that he had seen Hort..n, and waa pretty
well satisfied what kind of a man he was,
Mr. J Well, the fart is, we must moke a bt-kl
push. We muet 6't as m my young men aa we
can gather on our works, from diflercnt counties.
If they are hire only ton duya, you know eveiy vole
is just sa good aa ai.y old democrat's in ihe county.
. Mr. IV. There ia ortainly a b.id piospeet now
fr more j ibs and you'll see if we d m't get a go, id
cntny contractors, or friends of contractors, in the
lei;ol..turv, we are done for, at least for a ye.tr or
two anyh w- The farmers arp b ginning to gei
frightened when they sea Arte or four milliutu
every year a!ded lo the publ c debt ihey know
very well that their land- mu the tiled to pay ihe
Mr. J. If we Could only keep out Hegms I
would not care much, who they would get in hia
place you know he was the chairman of the cum-
mitlee of interna) improvements last winter, and if
ha ia elected, yo-j know, tie will most likely be ap
pointed on thst committee again. Well ! vtu know,
that all the bills for the different improvements and
repairs are reported by hire now you will if col
li ct that we wa ited a'-out four millioiu of dullart,
larit winter, and lhat Meg ins, hail the lull cut down
t i about two millions, jus o half, and d. eland
that he was Oipocd ! grantim; one c nitnore mo
ney il an waa actually necessary for ri pairs and to
keep up the public works.
Mr, If. Yea, I know very well. Many of hia
friends on the public worka were di-aatisftVd w.lh
him, and, if he ia elected again, thry will try to
keep him off that committee, but I am afraid there
will be too many like him in the no it legulature
. The truth is, the farmera wont vote for a contractor
if they know it. It does lo. k a little too bad to let
a man vote to piy himee'f. He ia alwaya suie to
tjike tart of number one," and that'a juat the way
our public dibt has got aa large as it W. Thia thing
of a contractor gelling into the legislature to vote
money into hia own pocket, never will go down
well will) the farmers.
Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in the
Fork to his friend in thi$ place.
Dim Si a i We live at present in an age of
bu.ih) and specalation. Every man finds it bia
interest lo be constantly on ibe alert for speculation,
and lhat in a aeciet manner fur his own benefit
If the following will he of any uae lo you or your
fiieiulu, jou are at libvr y t make uae if it in
whatever manner you may i ti ink proper.
i'he Bloomauairg people, togither with a Vary
largo lu-j lity of lha people of Columbia comity,
ere deleioiKi' d on teinovii.g the coui.ty seat f.om
Danvil) o Ltloonisbarg, and lo accomplish that
object, il.ey have entered inio a secret combine' ion
r plodko i ll ii i pry in die forks, lhat lin y
would exrrl all It eir ii.fljenre Ihroug .out N-.rt i
umbenan I c u , and epr tally through lhal pari
bordering on Columbia CvUnt), to elect iheir can
didsU , for which ib.l can. idals haa ptrdg.-d himself
0 rttum, if elcclej, lo gie tbem hia aurport iii
the Legi-lature, and alao in ua r-rtty Weans and I
indncem- nt in order lo gain ihe ailitp ft ol other
member in ibe Hous. Of thia t am fully xsonfi-
pent. For the removal of the c untt seat from
Sont ury to Northumberland, would not only im
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rrrsMi ihn vlna nt the nroneru nl ms constituents I
I.. Muritiiinili iJanit ttnl li teonlil Ailil vslnn to his 1
own. in the (mediate neighborhood ..nd whatever
tends to enrich and fill the purie, will, you may
depend, he hia more immediate ebjoct.
inn is a compteie way 10 uargairi enu leu.
. i . i i . i , 1 1 I
Jfyou wdl only hcAp me .0 get the county seat
J - . . .,
mnvpii from Iliuiville n ltlnnltmrMin. I will aid
in your election, and help you to I -cure the remov-
al of the County eeat from Sunhurv to Northum
berland. Rest assured that such Is the Case ; thry
have it all rut and dried for you, ao that N-tthurn-
berlar A Borough will in the end roh Sunbury of
the county seat. For they aay that Northum en-
land is the place where it ought to bt, beC ittse all
the Stages and racket B at-i centre there, and It
omul,! l, m,r ronvmiio il for n, onle IraVelins in
them th.it hse Im-iness to attend lo. if the covntv
- - I f CT
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seat was temovid to Northumberland, J hia rea- I
I- h hv. l,ii.inMs
m,u B..., , - -
t.i altenti to, trave tng in mis way nave v wj ojr m
d.y, on account of going across the river, whereas
.i. r :. . V.-.,il,mi.ri.n.l. the could
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despatch their business irom uie urn. ... o.agH or
Pat-kit arrive until it alarta again, fhey eay they
have a building, v:x: the College, sutHcieutly largo,
.h-i -nul.1 h. r..,f.l ...to . court House, as cood
aa the one al Danville, and large enough for all
I lie offices, I felt il to be an impel loua duly invol-
ed upon me, to warn you against the secret factions
o( one party again.4 the other. I know not what
your politics are, nor the paity you side with ; but
I feel confident lhal yau will U-o eveiy endeavour
to put down such secret faction, and secure the
interest of your own place,r.ia well aa ih oo of your I
neighbors and yourselves.
Yours si needy,
rao.it rai amkricam at.nriaKL.
C. I'. HE a I. VS.
There ia no regularly nominated candidate for I
Uie atule lreislaturc in Northumberland counrv. the
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ea.oao. The conaequonce is, that there are two
demncrats in ihe field, Cu.tRLEa W. Hitoisa, Eq.
whorrvnTearmKv! the rooniv in thrf l.st lei.l .t,.,
, - j ... - --1 -. ,
and who manfullv Miatained the me .euros rccom-
mended hy Gov. 1'oaTta, and Jtaaa C. Hon-
Ton, E-q a new candidate. I
Vaox ths war.RLt aMKaican setiscu
Cbahlks W. Hkhins, Esqr.ta again before the I
people of Northumberland county for a eeat in
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o, neanng mm ueoaie aorae ... me mosi inter, sung
questions that came be lore I lie Mouse ; and in
every ii, stance, he acquitted himself niib grea
ability. Wa regarded him aa second to no mu
in the Houae for an easy style of public strok
ing and cogency of argument in debate.
TftOM atCKWt.ltS BEPORTta.
TiS RESUMPTION MOVEMEXl' .V rill-
We have made inquiries ai d ir.- aide to a
n ium-e to our readers iha Vie pi opecl of a re-
tnmpfhit iftpeeie payments by nil the baukt f
i. iv . . ..
r j j
favorable. No detn.ite arrangera. lit haa yet been
concluded, but il ia understood that ad the banks of 1
the city and eounry have agi.-cd to assist the hank
... . .
of Ihe United Stales with the exception of the
Commercial Rank and ihe Farmert and Mrcha
nic. I heseiwo will also, we douhl not, vield
concurrence to the general plan in the course of a
few davs. One or two directors of the la ter ask
r.i... n. A. r.t .h i...... l
.. u.. . .. ".. v. u. ... , m.
for an exhibit, but ihe U. S. Bank thinks it is n -t
i.lu lltj fair .ltin f .r thtt. ntit Irnlnr ii.cltln.. ,n
lo demand any epecified expose not required hy Ihe
other institutions, esiecially ..a she (the U. States
Bank) demanded no auch rtitement when in former
times she waa in the habit of asiting the smaller
institutions. It is probable, however, that the
whole matter will be r ange l in the course of a
few days, especially as Mr. Jaudon is ol the opin
ion that he will find nod flicuhy in disposing of the
post notes of ihe United States Bank in Europe,
if gien under auch circumstances. We learn,
however, lhat some of our banks have been olt r. d
loans of Urge aums by easie n in-tilutions, as low ns
4 per cvni. per nn.ium. Tl.e pr.p.ci on the whole
ili. ef.,n hiirl.lu f. . ,!, la u,a m (t.
demly . f ,w.rd .0 . n-.umption by .1. ...vent
banks not only in Phil -delphia but t j the south and
Wast before the next Spring
A Mostbuc Dacisiox. Ii is atated that by
the new Constitution of Maine, every mala citizeu
tf the United Ststce of the age . T iwenty)ne year-
, , .
r , ...vr..,s av'-i-
shis paupers and I ndlana not taxed, and having hia
residence establish. d for three month, in the atate
nrevioua to the election, ia . voter. A short li.n-
befo.e tho lato e'.rction, a Judge who was wia.
above what is writt. n, mado a decision that
deposit of clothes cont-ti ul. A a rt side ra
and large numbers of individuals, from abroad
abroad, of both i-aities sent their cl i'h a in
to the state three months U-fura the el.ction. and
when the time came round went theie and voUd
and Carried iheir wardrobe home with ihtnt.
Wo publish, lo-day the following bill, restrict,
ing the banka, passed hy the House of Represen
Uli.e. on the third of Apil .at, together with .he
yeas and naya on the paaae of the hill. We do
ihia for the purpoaa of .hewing how little r. lianc--
can l placed in the asaenmne of the Millnu Ledger
jh l i" .. a. c. r. .
and Sunbury G.eetta. So far from opposing .
reform of lha prescut banking aystem, Mr. II. gins
voted for Jo-t such restrictions on the banka as the
peop!o desire, and wa ask tho.n lo read (he bill and
judge fo. theiUM-lves. It will be recollectei tbal
this bill p..aa d two viecks f..re tho Legi lam
. ., . . . . . , . ..
first adjourned; plenly of lima for li e Seal. ,o
have psesej the bill, but did not proper to do it.
f cf. I
f or the regulation of the aeversl Banka, 8avingi
Instiiutiona and Loan Companies of the Com-
SCT'" V ii S n .k k
this commonwealth shall at any time after the 16th
A mm a a . I t I 1
,ai . . - r i.. I
nolns nr liilla. nr ,. .f il. .I..n.,.it. nr nlhpr II.
niiNRir, ion. reiuse iw rwiieeni hit uiiu ui lit- i t
,n ?U or 'ler coin, its charter hall be
forfeited 1 and it may and shall be lawful for nny
peison or eraona, "r ihe agonta of any hotly corpO I
,ln n,h.. .h.ll k... Uon ...r..wl nr .IK. or in
Tate, who ahall have been refuted gold or silver in
pjmnn hiuicthij, m ioim umu i I
r. . i i . u .. I. H - rr. . -
Ief ,re an, judge of an, cou.t in the proper
ci'un'y, of the fact. This asclion define the mode
-r ........ ..l:..-... r.i.:. . u t . ...i i
u, pitn . CUIII1J ,lf iuiivi, IIIO tiini Vl f BIIU piUIIUVK I
for tli appointment of trustees to take charge of T
ina rnecis ui me uana j
ii . r i i . i
esc. . I rolui-s inai ine truster mij um in
a r . , . ,i . . , . . . . .L I
corporain name 01 ine nana, lot ino purpose ui i
periling us auurs.
f'EC. 3. Provides the manner in which the tius- I
tees ahall make a ttlemeut. I
Sue. 4. Providi a against the fraudulent conceal
ment of any of the funds of the bank, by the i.rcsi-
dent -cashier or other officer,
SaC. 6. Provides for the refusal or neglect of the
l,n.lM l.t fiil iktfir .liittt Art.
Pkt-o. i nai vie several couriaoi common pieaa
. . . i . , e i
of this commonwealth ahall have the power and
jaf j,t(in r curr, f equ.ly, so far a relatea to
the management, Control and restraint of banks;
ana in case me assets ol any nanus .a insuincient
v Py 'he billa and other dehta thereof, the a.tid
e0,,re ,u,,ore.l, and it is hereby made their
duty to render decreea againat the direelora and
stockholders thereof, fir euch rum or sums of mo-
." n uinfieni to re.irem aam Dins, ai.u
liquidate the juat dehta of the bank.
Sr.c. 7. Piovidea the manner and order in which
the trusteea ahall pay the dells of the bank.
Sac 8 1'hat from and .ftef the passage of this
act, it shall nut be Iswlul for any stockholder of any
bank, savinga insiiiuiion, or loan company wiihin
Una cotnmoaw slth, to vole at any election for di
rectors nr olfi era of lha same, except in hia or h r
own proper person, and lhat any act or acta of A
emliiy In rdofoie pissed, amhoiizing the atiH-khol-
dera of such hanks, savings institutions and loan
companies, lo voto by proxy al auch elections, be,
and it is hereby repealed,
Sic. 9. Il hhill not he lawful f r the director nf
my bitik, savings institution or loan compnajy nf
tins commonwealth, to deel re a dimtcnd ot more
than right per cent, tier annum on the capiat ac
tually paid in, or accumulate aa a contingent fund
more than Gve per c nt. per annum upon iheir aiid
Capital , and all the annual profits arising from ony
of such insliiutions, over and above the raid eiht
..,,. aividend. and the said five per cent, coi
tingent fund, ahall be paid annually into the in aan.
ry f .r the use of the commonwealth i Vrwidtd,
"uwevcr. ma. wurn me a im conungcni mnu . x
n L ,k ,..n ...;.i
n i w,ni? imi mnf. ni iiir 11 mi ti 1 1 1 1 1 11 i. r i )ii . i i
, . . r .. - r ., - i I
Sic. 10. It ahall not bo lawful for any bank
within this commonwealth to purchase and bo'd
any bink or o her st.uk, except their own, or the
atock of ibis atate, or tf ihe United Male, and the
mou"! of ucn lork M ' Urch '"''l' ''h":,
no miio rjccixi len per cent. Ol itie capital slOCK
ol such t'aiik actually paid in,
gEC . j Tbal f0n ,m, -f(W, , flfni Joy f
January next, every bank within thia -oinmon
wealth shall receive ut p .r the notes ol all ihe char
tered specie paying banka wiihin the same, aii'l no
hank shall pay out at ita counter any th ng but its
own notes or aih-cie.
OKC Ii. iXo nariK snail inane notes III tne I .rm
or simiiilmle ..lO.nK nous, payable ,1. loimer day,
usu.dly called or denominated pol notes.
.s'xc 13. Provides f.r mon'hlv atalementa by the
Sic. 14 The at n-kholdcrs of each and every
bairk, s.ivinss insli ulion and loan c mpiny in the
comm inwealih, -hall ha persmably liable for the
redeniplio'. ol the I ilia and notes and payment of
mr iiiHurii'iin -wn on. IK, h.iiic. .i.7..i.ii.i.. iiu
I,, ... . oini anv c and .uch in-r-Onal llal'ilnv m iv be
efafccJ fn the manner rerr.l. d in (he sixth rec-
ti oi of this acl. And it shall be the duly of the pr .
i,lenl "T c"t,irT of "mh' "v,,n;
tution an. I loan c mpsny. on ihe firi Mond iva uf
j ,nu,rVi Aprl, July ,; 0clol,, jn each y,.;r ,
furnish on o.iih or Mlfirm .tion lo the pro h-.not.ny
ul ,r '"r""' """". ,
ato.Kooioers, wi n trie I urneer oi ..nv- nei.i ii.i.i
owned hv each, which said lut -aid nrolhonol ov
, . a :.l ... l ..
i kiiHii niH in nis ,'irice wnnout coarse, su lee, i.i ii.n
inspection -1 all iraons, tor the fee which ia now
I PSI'I tO S searcrl.
,.,,;, , llvjn, inh,il(im ,h ,, w ,'l(t , .
deeming iheir notes and Ii .bill ies i shi ie, d chre
any dividend of profits or aleged piofils uuioug the
storkh Iders, the declaration or payment auch di
vidend shall Ipso facto work a forleilu e of the
Sec, 16. No director or any other officer of any
, t- .:.... I... .. ,
oa.w, snan uirect.y or inuirwuv procura any io .n : - , , , . . e
, i r i .. ii I wave been governed, and 'he intereMa of the dun
or discount therefrom, and no mn or discount shall . '-....;, , , . . ,
k- m..i- i.. .... r..r.i, k-.i... k i .i: Pry mamiaimd. the Deinocrsry of Norihuinherlai d
be nii.de by any b .nk, except by the board of direc
tors, a majority of w hom shall be necessary to con
stitut.- a quorum for that purp re.
Skc. 17. Provides further t enaUies agamal ihe
viola i m of thrt act n relation to am ill notes.
ttrx. 18. The wilful and delibarute falac .we .rine
by any officer or other petaon, touching any state-
I mi nt inudo nr oth. r dulv enioined bv this ct. shall 1
"1 "J5, "
1 i .1 ..l : j - , ... ... .
,t than one nor mote than aix veara.
Sic. 19. The provisions contained in the fo.o.
ainj act, ahall not be construed aa leg .1 ting the
us eu-iou of spe. ie payment, hy tha bank of iMg
coinmonweaMi. or any othir act or acta c iumitted
U iheai' "r ' lllier of ,,lBm- m v,"'"lion f law
ol Ihia comm nwe ilth. i the providi, s contain. d
m ilitar act of inc rp..nti .n respectively.
Sac 20. The I- gia'auire reseivea full pow.-r to
mkt such alterations provisions and re.uictior.s
" " m ' l "" ,;,l,lk I"o?r lo enact, for Iho
regulation nf the banks, savings inslitutiona and
loan compani. a wiihui ihia eominonwea'th, and
shall be lialile io such taxei aa are now in force, or
the leg"l ture may t any time hereaft. r impose,
Sic. 31. I hat an much ol any law as Is idler. d
lid snpplird by this a .1.1 act, js hereby rene tied,
And on the question, ahall the bill pass I
The yeas and nays Weie icquired by Mr. Park
and Mr. M-rwnstry, and are a lollows, y,t :
V E A S.
Mu rrt, Ander-on, Andrews. Bailv. Birstow.
Ili-nn.-r. Hons .11. Uroadh(-ad. Itiuner. Cus-I
rhandhr, C -te, Co.ill.aUuh. Crabb, Crisiiin. Field.
rilleit, Flmnery, Fieniuk'-ii, F:iik, Fot-e'. Ford,
v"'"' U,r,fflf H"m",, ""rue. H EG INS of
Nor huiuber aud. Helircu.lein, Henry, Herr, Hill,
H..o nf Mercer. Hoge of Greene. Hrd.n. a. Hot en-
atoin. Hummel, Jhnl-n Joi.e., Kautlman; Keim,
!UnlH Koingmacher. Ku x, luly. Lovr. L..y,
Lona, Mt'luie, MKinney, M'Kinatry, Mogul,
K KU, ... Pt,nn ''( An(.ol ,.,"
Ritu r. Uolrts, Humlgra-e, Snowden. Knvdor,
I Strohcwker.Kwayne, Wilcox, Wilson, Zeilin, iSim-
" no;..us, oianer-os.
I Iv A 1 81
a p n'- uuruen. uaru mera, unurcn, Uar.ie,
" " " 'KB'na oi Huntingdon, Henderson,
H.nchroan, HuUhma, l aw, Morton, Smith, Smyi
er, rpivti and Wans 10.
Table Of KlectlonAi
'' h nd owing tattto will be found handy and use
ful aa a mntti of rcferende. It haa been torn pi lid
with great care, and la Mievcd to be accurate t
3 .uth Carelina.
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The electors mrei at the rnpitols of Iho respec
tive Stales in which they are ch sen, on the t-ecoi.d
day ol JJeceniiier. ai.d give in thvir b lloia for Pic-
sident and Vice President.
Popular IWt at 'he I'rcrtJtnUat EUcUe
Van Buren. White llarriton.
I enneaiu e,
35 902 1
11, 9 S3
SuuM oUnn- W'S " "v lftt''1 ?,urc ).
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Vutr$ ufthe Electoral Cullfgrt, 163(5.
Martin Van Buren had of eleclois, 170
Wm. H. Harri-on, 73
Daniel Welwter, 14
H. I.. While, 26
Van Buren's msjorily over Harrison, 96
- Welster, 157
- - While, 114
- - all, 67
.w a n a i e o ,
On Tuesdsy evening, 6th inst., bv the Rev. J.P.
liindl-, Ma. Jos.rai Ciski.v, one of the publi.hers
and proprietors of thia paper, lo Miss Mart Sea
Kitrrra, of ihis place.
W,lnpl.. morn ncr 7th in.l.. hv ihe 17..
(In Wednrsday mom ng. 7th inst.. by the Rev.
G w Mu grave, fmcaL Amur., M. 1, to Mia
Aui Maiit Fr.aaa Buchirnam, eldt diujhttr
of Jamea Buchanan, 1. -o , all uf Balilmoro.
I'he amount oi coal carried on the Danville and
Pollsville Rail Road to !unnurv for shipping, du
ting tint v.eck ending on Se, t. 23, is
1 ,asl r,l'or,
Tot. I, 8,817
JOHN BUDD, w. m.
I rtt. B.'..:.....! .4' -tn ......
ax-aix; a i h iiu- a v .isa umtii
WILL hold a county meting, at the Cou:
Hu- in Suubu.y on Saturday, ihe I7lh day of
O t-iber next. It i exiwied that .ev. r.il add.es-i. a
will lie delivered on the M-ca-ion, and thai all who
are in favor nf D.-m.v iatic men and measu.cs will
be present, Tha approaching political conte.t for
the I res dency la an imponanl on-S and while our
iK)'itic.l opponents are vigilant and active In put
down Van liuren ami John -on, and with them the
principles by which the Dcinociaric pirty have al-
county.it ia hoped, will manifest their toal by meet
ing in couniy Convention, on the day ab.ve men
tioned. GIDEON I.EIfENHING,
WILLI M FEAGLY,
The members of the atmding co niniilee, who-te
I na,., itri n.ru.ii.nn ih iVm h.iVft not n in nn nr.
uorunitv of ciultinV whh D ..id B. M .n.Bu-
I in,y ,nd J. J. Miles, Esq., iho lb r members ..f
ihe c mmitl.e. but presume they w.rTaitree aa to
propriety of the above ell, and in lime fio-l.
Sunbury, October 3, 1810.
A XVXILLEXI & FARMER
m m AY hear of a go. d ailualton, tuiy miloa from
If B. Sunbury, in a pew aelllumenl, wlnre he
would obtain a long tease of a an all Grut Mill, and
I have a Faitu adjgiuing, by i jqui i"g nf
October 10th, 1840, 6t
Jacob SliasTcrVt Ilae.
ALL pe s ins knowing thsim-clvea in iebled to
thn rs'ate of Jac b hhalfiir, late of Aiuusla
township INorthunilwilanu county, dec d,, are bervj.
by r que.ted In make pay i em on ot befoto the 3 1st
day of October, lust., slid ihrve havih a -counts
aga list aai-l estate, will make them known, properly
authenticated for tetilemcnt.
Oct. 9, 1810. If. .Idminitlrator.
WHEF.Is-UARKOVV waa taken from lha
door of ihe subscriber. Any ieion who has
it in 0.e-(i n, will pVs-e lo retunl it, or inlorm
the aubscrtlier whers he can got i'.
October 3, 1 810. If.
l'AJI 111 LET LAWS.
rWIHK Pampldei Laws, for tha session 1830-40,
jj. hava been rece veJ al thiaollure, and are now
rauiy .ir di.tiibulion to lli.wa euniieu io receive
them. HAM I'LL D. JORDAN.
ProthonoUrv's office. ? IWVy.
tuubury.SepuS, 1 810. 5
OF a very sup. rior qu ,,iy, c m lie had at any
time, by application lo tha subscribers, In lota
to full purchnsera. They keep large, egg, broken,
and fine coal, fit for burning lime.
J. 11. PTJItDY & Co.
Sunbury, Sept. 26. tf.
GnoCEHIES.K frash aupply or Orocoiiia
just reciived and for etle by
Sept. 13, 1840. tf.
LiqVOllS.K freeh supply of Brandy, Gin,
Poll, l,ibon, l'ei erifl"-, Madeira and Cherry Wines,
juat received and for sale by
Sept. 12. 1840. If.
WC.rAfl.V, A new assoriment of 7-4, 7-8
and 3-4 yard wide Muslin, just received and for
sale by HENRY YOXTHIMER.
Hept, 12, 1840 If.
t'-f i'M CB. A new asaoittnent of Calicoes
just leceived and for sale by
S.pt. 13, 1840 tf.
IO.V A good aeaortment of Bar Iron, jvit
received and lor sale lv
Sept. 12, 1840. if.
KJL.T. 860 barrels and saeka of Salt, just
received and for aale by
Sept. 13, 1640. If.
CLOTHS. general assortment of Cloths
and Caasiineies, constant y on hand ot the store of
Sept. 13, 1810. if.
WHEAT. MtVE. CtfJC.V and all other
kinds of Gisiu and Seeds will be taken at the high
a t nricra in exchanre for goo la at the alore of
Hept. 12, 1810 f -it
MACKEREL A fow barrels ofM ckerel for
aa'e at n w price by
a0,t. 12, 1810.
II. B, MA8SEU,
IRISH SALMON. Ol the best quality, con
aiantly oil hand and for sale by
H. B. MASSE R,
fepu 12, IS40.
MAI) Kilt A WlAti. I list quality Mai'icra
Wine, for ailo low by
II. B. MASSER,
MJUIITH PROOF UK ANDY. A genu nr
art:cle always on hand and for sale by
II. B. MASSER
Sept. 12, 1840-
HOLLAND GIN, Of the best quality always
on hand and for sale by
II. B. MA5EK.
Sept. 13, 1840.
LOAF AND LUMP SUGAR. Always on
hand and for aale by
II. U. MASSER.
Her. 12, 1840.
BOSTON SYRUP MOLASSES.
rior quality, for a do by
II. U. MASSfcK,
Sept. 12, 1840.
NKW OKI.EANS tih'OAR HOIIsK MO.
LAKSlW. Oi the bt-bt .pMahty ulwsva on ban
ui.d for sale by
II. B. MASS ERR,
Sept. 12, 1610.
BROWN SUGAR. Of a good qu .lity. for aale
low by II. B.M AS ER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
LIOUORS. Of all kinds and of the U,t qua!
ties, alwaya on band and for sale by
11. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS. Of tho beat
quality alwaya on hand and f -r sale by
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810.
COFFI E. Java, Rio and Laguira CofW, con
stantly on hand and for aale by
II. U. MASSER.
Wept. 12, 1840.
SPERM OIL. Wint.r and Summet strain. d
Sperm O.I, of the lest quality, alvVays on hand ai.d
for . sale by
H. B, MASSER.
Sept 12, 1840.
STEEL. Ca.t and Bii.ter Steel, for sale by
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810. .
SPRING STEEL. -Of wious kisoa for Elii.tic
Springs for aale by
II. B. MASSER.
LARGE QUARTO BIBLES. For aala at
very reduced prici-a by
II. B. MASSER.
Snpt. 12, 1840,
BLANK BOOKS. Of all kinda. for sle by
II. B. MASSER.
BLANK DEEDS. Uon.'a. Mqr.tgages, Ac. for
tale by II. B MASER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
JUSTICES' BLANKS. foi sale by
II. B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
CLOTHS, Blue, Black. Invisible Green, ic,
foravleby H. ti. M ASSER,
Sept. 13, 1840.
CAe-SIMERES AND S ATTIN ETTS. For
ile very low by H. B. MASSE IL
Sept. IS, 1840.
CARI'ETINU Eor rale cheap hy
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 18 0.
BLANKETS For sale cheap bv
II. B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 1840.
UNBLEACHED MUSLINS-For aale by'
H. B. MASSER.
September 13, 1810.
COTTON YARN AND COTT N LAPS -Fur
aula by. H. B-MAfSER.
September 13, 1840.
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE F. r aale
IL B. MAitStR.
Srp rmber 13, 1610-
TOW ING LIN EM, CORDS AND KOI'ES.-.
For sale by H. B. MASSER.
Sejutukr IS, 1810.
LIST OF CAUSES
IOU trial in lha Court of Common Pleat of
; Nonhumbeiland County, lo be held at Sui -l-nry,
on tha Crat Monday of November nail, being
1 Joaeph Trego
s Martin A. Stock,
va Thomaa Allen,
ts Jackson Nesblt,
v- R. H. Hammond,
va William M-Carty,
va 8olomon Dunklobcrar
vs Solomon Mengar,
8 George Welahansa
8 Christ ft Nasbit
4 George Lawrenaa
6 Henry W. Snyder
6 Adam 8hi.ler
7 Haraer for Rouah
8 Kirkpatiick At Son
vs G. Leiaenrmg,
S Dr. Win. Henderson vs Henry Brown,
ra Shinman A Greenouzh
I Wm. P. Brady
vs Thomaa Grant'a ad ..'a.
va Frederick Heckert,
va J. C. H' Nourse,
va Wm. M'Cany et a
vs Dr. Robert Phillips
vs Dennis Waters,
va Henry Batdsher,
-va J.J. Caul et al,
va Wm. Forayiha,
va Jamt a Lea,
va John Filbert,
IS Christain Heckett
13 E. Y. Bright
14 Hugh Be las
16 Joseph Gosa
16 Jamea Hilbourno
17 Peter Kiff.r
18 Michaul M'CaU
19 Wm. A. Lloyd
SO John A. Lloyd
31 Filbert's a lm'r.
S3 Wm. A. Lloyd for
John A. Lloyd
v Wm. Wilson, jr.
va H. L. Diefl'unlinu-' ,
va Weaver, Lloyd and .u
vs Robert Mack,
va Jaco Wheeland,
33 Henry Fiick
84 Coai'th of Pcnn'a .
25 John Dunkle
26 Milton Borough
37 Groves for Hart A Co v, J,.hn Lrisenriug,
28 Joseph Msrple'a ex'i va J. hn K-fler ct al.,
8V Porter for Y oxtheirm r vs I liomas Low..n,
80 I'eWr Wary vs Jo! n H. I'urdv & Co,
BAviUEL V JORDAN, Mi.
Piothonotsry'a Office, ?
Sq Lory, Sept. 17, 1810.
ALL th.iee indebted to ill- ta u hi iii of Tili'v.h
er and Thompaoti, are her-l y notified t cs I
and sottle their account, aa they will be lot' i.. !'
hands of a Jot ice for Collection, without n . t
peraona. SAMUEL THAlVHrl!,
BAM L tAi 1 HOJir1
TThe book will remain in my hand." m 1
the Slat of October next.
8unhory, Sept. 19. 8 w
CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE that we t, t9
applied to tho Court of Common Pleas of Noril"
umbcrland county for the benefit of thelawi in. da
for the relief of insolvent deStors; and that tint
Judges of the said Court have appointed tin- ii st
Monday of November next, to hear us m .1 on
creditors at the Court House in Sunbury, vUs'i
und where yon rosy atiend if von think pr .t-o-,
JOSEPH M POYEtl.
KOBKR T SMITH.
Bunhury Seplembor 12, 1810.
ALL ACCOUNTS remamiiig In my hvie
proviouata the first of A pi il 1840, will he lef. nt
the hands of a Jusiice of the Peace for collectiou.
N. B. Grain of all kinda will be taken c-.i ol I
SepL 12, IB40. tf.
IN pmsuanee of an order of the Orphans Cvrt
of Northumberland Couniy, will lie expo-ed lo !
by public vendue oroulcrv, on
Monday, the 19A dtiy of October next.
at the Court Houe in iho Borough of Suiibnrv,
certain Island in ibe River Susquehanna, in .V.ij j'-
ta 1 owusliip, XNorthumherlsml county, eon a.on
ten acra mora or leas late tho estate of Jvu'.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock of sa:d dv-,
wnen the eenditions will I e made known bv Fr -d.-r.ck
Lniirtts, Admin sir.it .r. at bonis nan Arc. of
said decedent. JOHN G. YOUNGMAN.
Sunlrury, Aug. 29. Cl'k. O. C.
(Tit 1in WATER CA5AL.)
Worthowt foot of Chemut Street on the Tti'
A BOAT l aes the wharf of the suharriber rv. .
ry rnorntng at 8 o'clock, running through lo li t t -more
in three days. Consignments ol produ e,
iron, c5tc, will toceive a despatch by ihia line, w.i. tv
has not hitherto been equalled by any other. K(o
of freight aa low ia by any other regular line.
BUCK & HERR.
J.& A. H. HERR.
Goods intended for Fittabtirg, or any do! i ori
the Pennsylvania Canals, will be shipped wi hoot
delay on iheir ariivul al Harrisburit, as this con
nects with the Nonh American line of Po t hlo
Boats to Pittsburg daily, and with the Susqu. I an.
na Packet Liue to Northumberland, Williamsj . rt,
Wilkeibaric, and all intrrn.pdiale places.
GEORGE W. LA YN G.
Harrisbu g, Sept. 0, I H it)
George W. Lay ng,
FORWARDING AND COM MI.-IO.N MER
CHANT, Cursmrr 8txt Wuabf, HARiaca.
Is prr pared lo re.-eive G ,o a an I P odue ii ihe
new watch Ue, w h c!i hia rr ti g.on. ..' will en
hie him to forward with d.apa-ch lo Pi.iia lelp a,
Pittsburg, Willianioporl, Wnkesh r.e, C -lot-, it,
L.ncs-ler, r any oiher p-vii.l - n the iVnnsy'v mi
and Union Canal-, and ihe Penury vauia and II r.
rishmg and Lancaster tail rouds.
Goo Is from Philadelphia for Harris' U'g, Carl V,
t kamb.rrl.urg, Sec. &.c., forwarded with care .ud
Coal, Piaitir, Bait and Fur, conUnUe f-r
sale. Bept. 9
THE uiidersigneii have the gratification of i '
formii g the public, lhat notwiihaianding they w.
so unfortuiiata aa to have their bindery burnt down,
in March lat, they have opened a very ex'eusivn
one, in Locu.t street, in the new building directly
opp wita Glrim'a Hotel, and are piepar. d to execu a
all woik m their line with dsp,tco, and in a su
perior etyle. Their RULING APPAR M'L'r
and other Ma.kinery are new, and of ibe first order
and latest improvements ; and ihey fiel a Coiifi.
d. nee in ttxir fac htits f -r giving perfect saii-fac-tion
to all who nny favor Ihe.n with iheir orji-is.
Banks. County otlicea. Meichant-. Vec'ianics
and oil ers, can be sut plud wan BLNK BOOKS
of every description, which for neilnesa and dura
bility, will be equal to any made by the I'n.tad
State HICKOK it CANTINE.
HARRrsBURO, tVpt. 3.