about 300 mile nnrlhwjat of Austin wh'ch" they
attacked and eucecedcd in kill ng about ISO In
dsans, captured 33 prisoners and about 500 horses
and mule. Among the captive are two Mexican
boy. Coluiicl Moore with bin command, arrived
at Austin on the 7th instant., and was received by
the inhabitant! with the Inchest demonstration of
joy and comnj' ndation.
The Messrs. Ilirmtaa, iron masters of Franklin
county, have purchased the Jenkins' mill property,
in Union county, together with an immense tract
of land, upon which thry int nd erecting Anthra
cite Furnaces St., upon the most extensive ca!ea
Thry will commence operation with aa little delay
as possible, and with their expe ienco in bu-ineaa,
their enterprise and facilities aa capitalist, and an
abundance of iron ore and limestone, convenience
to ciiher tho Lvkeu's Valley or Shamokin Coal re
gion, and .he cheap and abundant market of ButTi
loe valley, they must, as we wish they may do,
rmke - the valley blossom aa the rose," from which
they sip the sweets in profits and the gratuitous
of a whole community. We mu-t be at ihecArit
ruing, and over the fl ivor f the pipe we ahall puff
a Hiran. Polfsv:l Emporium.
We understand that the Messrs. Ili-oiirs, hive
determined to locate their works, either in ibis place
or at Shamokin. Thty have in contemplation we
understand, the luildinfj of four Furnaces and a
Daring Attempt to Roto Hie I S. Mull.
Thia i.iorning, about 3 o'clock, and about four
miles west of the Schuylkill Perm mant Bridge, the
Jiivcr of a two horse coach, carrying the Lancaster
way mail, was aotpi od by two men armed. After
blowing out the light in his coach, one of them
threatened his life by presenting pistol at him,
while the otl.er proceeded to take out the mail bag.
After accuring it they lift him and went eff toward
this city. Tho driver, who is a lad, immediately
returned to the city. During this morning the mail
bag wjs found a mile o.ist of the spot where the
coach was stopped, unowned. Its being umifled
of its contents, may be attributed to the rubbers
having been nlarme.l, on the discovery by tlicm that
it wis a small and unimportant mail, and not worth
the trouble of opening. It certanly was a daring
attemi t, eo near the city, and on Siturday morning
too, when the road is s much travelled by peigjn
coming to market. Philttd. Gazette.
The amount of coal carried on the Danville and
Pottsville Hail Road to Sunhury for ahipping, du
ing the week ending on Nov. 20, is 730 Tons.
Per last report, 14,013
JOHN BUDD, w. m.
TRUTH WILL PREVAIL.
Dr. Marlich's medicines are daily increasing in
pubic favor, and want from any but a f or trial to
establish their worth. We huve a communication
in our columns to-diy from a p rson long awictrd,
which is hut one, of many vouchers for this medi
cine. Spirit of the Times.
LIST O V V A V S KS,
B ZOR tri;d in the Court of Cumm in Pleas of
H Northuinlicrl md County, to Imj held at Sun
bury, on the lir.it M udav of January next, being
the 4th :
Ch'ist St N. sbit
Hsmer fur Roush
Kirkpatrick St S m
Dr Wm. Henderson
Wm. P. Brady
John A. L'oyd
Teter Fillrert' adm'r
C.jmm'th of Penii'a
Milton Boniigh .Vc.
(irovea for Hart St Co.
Badger for B.idg' r
Andrew Tiubro) k
John Hagenliirn et al.
Stiller it Ruber
J. L. St M. Nesbit
Henry Fii. k
vs Mnriiu A. Stock,
vs Jacks n Ncsbit,
vs K. H. Hammond,
vs S.ilornon Mengas,
vs Gedinu Li iscnrins,
vs Henry Brown,
vs Shipm in St Oieenough
vs Thomas Grant's adm's,
vs Fnderiek Heckert,
vs Wm. M'Cany el ol.,
vs R inert Phillips,
vs Dennis Wale s,
vs James Lee,
vs John Filliert,
vs H. L Diellenliach,
vs Weaver Lloyd 6t Robins
vs Rolicrl Mack,
vs Jacob Wheiland,
vs J tin Li- souring,
vs Hugh Bell .a,
vs Chritlaiti Iloutx,
vs Lewis Dewart,
vs Daniil Fry ni ire et vl,,
a Alex'r Elsien et al.,
vs John Vincent, Sir,
vs Ahner Colinns et al.,
vs D. H ousel' Committee
vs Fr dcrick Bauchman,
vs Byerly St Haas,
vs Joseph S i yder,
vs Pi for St We xel.
Solomon Dunkclbfrj r
SAMUEL D. JORDAN,
Tnlhonotary's Odice, Prolh'y.
Suntiury, Dc. 2, 1810. 5
Jonathan It. Water' IMlale.
jNTOTICE is hereby given, that letter of ai!min
X v ietrati on ih bonis Hon upon the rata e of Jo
nathan K. Water. Iste nf S'.mmnkin town-hip, Nor
hutn'jer'anJ e,,:;ty, dee'd., h:.ve this day been
(ranted by the Register of said county to the sub
scriber. All person having claims or demands a
tainst the id decedent, am requested to make
.nowii the same to them, without delay.
H'lamokin, Nov. 7. 6t. Adm't, Ae.
IN pursuance ol an order of the Orphans' Court
of Northumberland County, will be exposed to
ale by public vendue or outcry, on SaturJay the
Aib day of D'ctmber next, at the public house of
Villiain Farrow, in Snydcratown, a ctrlhain tract
f HILL LAND, situate in Rush township, Nor
luaiberlaml Co., adjoining laud of Gidfrey Rock
Her anil others, and containing thirty-five acrea,
ore or less. Also, a cerlaiu lot or puce of CLE A
ED LAND, near Hnyderslown, in Shamokin
unship, adjoining hnd of John Boughnei, Wm.
a atera, and others, containing sewn acres and one
indred and twelve (mi cues, late the estate of Joua
an Waters, dee'd. The last mentioned lot will
sold either in Iota or together, aa may suit purcha
se. A druft of the lots will be exhibited, end ibe
millions of the rale will b nude known on the
y of sale. H.,le to commence at 10 o'clock.
-hatnokin, Nov. VI, tit. Adm's, e.
E STATS OF ELI AS BREWER, SEC'D.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of adinii.
istration upon the retain of said deee eed
have been granted to the subscriber, by the R gis'er
of Northumberland county. All i rsons having
demands against s lid citato, wi I present them, pro
perly authenticated to either of the subscriber at
their residence in Augusta township.
HENRY BREWER, 3 , ,
ABRAHAM BREWER, 5 Al,n,m "'
Noveraler It, 1840. 6t
GUM ELASTIC Shoes, large aa oil
ment. Ss?rm Oil, lest quality
Books, of all descrip ion.
Bilks, black and CJloured.
Carpet Chain, of all color.
Saddlery, a genet al assortment.
Carriage B mils, Bras Joints, Brass Dashers.
Just received and for ailc nt the store of
. U. MAUSER,
November 14, 1840. tf
ITIRESH Cranberries, just received and
1 bv H. B. MASSE
November 14, 1840. tf
INFORMATION WAXT12I .
ANY person having tiny information concerning
Bryan Sheehy, a natixe of Ireland, aged from
19 to 22, of fine complexion, will onler n favor by
informing his brother, Rodger Shoehy, by letter
directed to Harrishurg. Va.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
XRW ENGLAND OIL COMl'ANV
No. 20 North Water Street, l'liila.
"M ANIIFACTI'RERS and dealers in Oils of
every detxription both for binning and
manufacturing purposes, which will le sold niui li
lower than they can be procured e sew here, and
WHrranted in quality to equal any in tho city. Any
oil sold by the company not proving as te, resented,
may be returned without any expense to the pur
chaser, and the money will l lefoiided.
Thvir stock now in store consists of the following
nilx. viz :
3U,uuo gallons winter ujcaclieu penu
6000 do do C.Jo.Ica Oil,
15,0110 do F:dl and S. rin Sperm Oil,
10.000 do Winter Sea Elephant,
20.000 do do Pre.sed Whole Oil,
6000 do Summer do do do
15,000 do Common Whale Oil,
200 Banc's superior Straits Oi',
300 do CoJ Bank O.I,
50 tlo Nea s Foot O I,
75 Ca.-k Olive Oil,
Tanner's Oil. J -
(C'This Company has a numlier of Ves.-cls n
g ipe J in the Cud Fialx rv, and Tanners may rely
upon getting at all times Oil as pure as iinjiurtcJ.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7, 1840. ly.
Gr. W. L. B. TA7LOE.
jtTKFFER FOR SALE, at the South East Cor-
J net of Fifth and Murktt Sheets, thiludtt
phut Mens' Calf-skin Boots, stitched warranted,
do do do pegged do
do do do water proof, di utile soles
and doub'c uppers,
do Calf-fkin do do
and up era.
do He ivy Water Leather Bo H?.
d do Ncats do do.
do H gli quarter Shoes, Calf-nkin
do do do Crocker do
do Fine M .nrrVs warranted.
do K p do
do C If do
do Coa-se do
do do Sho.'s
do Fine do
do Kip do
do t'alf and Seal Skin I'timns.
do 1. si Suck with and without soles.
do t'arpet d d do
do Patent Warr.inteJ Water-proof .Moccasini".
Ladies' do do do do
L idna' tanned India Ko! her sIi-hs.
tJerit!emen ilo ivr hrteM.
With every other dene iption of boots and shoes.
Fur Cai i f every description.
Travelling Trunks of every dcsrr'ption.
Venetian Travelling Hac,s.
Patent (turn Elastic Shoo I)larkin7.
Bonnets dull kinds, Plm Leaf Hats.
Philadelphia, No-ember 7, 184(1. I y.
rjIIE special atterilion of buyers fiom the snu.h
JL and west, and for the stale tride, is resptx (ful
ly invitexl to the following assortment of (MODS,
which the subseriU r will disHMie of al suih prices
as will amply lepay his fiiemls for railing kiid x
amiiiiug hi stock. To CASJl purchasers, at the
I recnl time, extraordinary inducement will bj of
200 p:eecs heavy varirgatit Spanish matting.
300 p ins Canton matting, assoiud 1-4, .VI and
G-l while, chuekeJ end fljwcrc.l.
1000 hearth rugs, leaiititul assoitmint f Wil
on, Bru'wls, Tuflid, Turkey, and Hemp rus.
200 pieces wo ib ii, w trsted, cotton, hemp, in
grain, Veneliin and block Carpeii g An legtut
varietv of W ilton, Brussels, Scotch ai.d E.iijli.h,
Venetian, Damask, St. Sit:
1000 dozen men and hovs raps, comprising a
gieat variety of Fur, Seal, Nutria, Muskrat, and
Coney, Hair. Sealetto and Cloth C.ipa.
100 dozen Allicant Mats, assorted sil'S.
100 ilo Manilla do do do
50 do Sheep-skin do do d
30 bslrs Freuca B iske:s, eompriiing every dc
500 pair Venetian Blinds, at-s'd figuir and rolors.
3000 pat. nt do do do
IOO0 nests Cabator Mstihels, a.'d, cn.bo aed
leather, atraw and oil rl ith.
5000 dozen CoinU, asaortrd tortoi; shell. Bra
xiliinn doh 'rn, ivory, bras and wood, cinprising a
large assoriuitnl of every variety.
3000 doxeu Whips assorted wagon, gii, car
riage, aulky, planters, drovers or tiding, of gut, lea
ther and thread, with licrman silver, gilt, ivory and
boil a mountings,
1000 dozen painted pails, Wilson' brand.
1000 neau cedar Tuba and Buckets; also,
Churns, Piggina, Water Cans, Stc.
'1'be alsave together with an extensive assortment
of fancy goods, briHania and (jerinan silvt i ware,
fuather and bristle Brushes, Looking Glasses, Ma
hogany and tsilt Flamra, of every size anddescriw
lion, are manufactured, irnyortaxJ, and s beted ex
pressly foi the aoulhein, western "nd iae trade.
J. SIDNEY JONES,
No H Noilhid ureti, Philadelphia.
riulaJelphia, Novetulei 7, 1440. ly.
AND COMMISSION STORE.
Xumbcr 29 AWA 7'Ai'eo? Street, Philadelphia.
PUBLIC 8 ALES of Dry Goods, Hardware
and Cutlery, Books Stationary, Clothing,
Boots, Slioes and Hats, and in short almost every
description of goods, are held flt this establishment
every evening Good are al o sold tit ptiva'e sale
during the day at the average auction prices. Store
keepers and traders will find it lo their advantage
by attending the sab s.
vl, J. MAMtKi , Auctioneer.
Philadelphia, Novcmb. r 7, 1840.
ESIIKRICK, 1IANSKLL & CO'S.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE.
No. 100 1-2 Market Street, Thila.
(Below Fifth South tide)
ALWAYS keep on hand full and general a
sr rtmentof Hoicry, Lace, ai A Fancy Goods,
Country Mirehun's are respec-fully reijncsted to
give thr m a call and examine for Ihem elves.
Philadelphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
SPEUING, GOOD & CO.
No. 138 Market Street, Philadelphia.
INVITE the attention of Country Merchants
to their extensive a-sortment of B.iibh French
and American Dry Goods, which they offer for s ik
on the mot reasonable terms.
Phil.di lphia, November 7, 1840. ly.
No. 71 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia,
("Three doors abort Seennd.J
SHOE Findings always kept on hand, which he
oir rs for sale on the lowe-t terms. Country
Meich ints ore particularly lo call and judge for
Philadelphia, November 7, 1810. ly.
OLIVER N. TIIAC1IEIL Agt.
MANUFACTURE R OF HATS, CAPS, &.C.
No. 40 North Third Street, Plrila.
( Opposite tin. City Hotel. J
MATS, Cu s and Ladies' Furs, of every de
scription, inanuf ictured at very low prices,
and Onuntrv Mi rehai.ts supplied at short notice.
Philadelphia, Novcmb.r7, 1840. ly.
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and
No. 174 North Tnian Stb:.t, I'liiniirLrin a
T rilERE tin ir friends and customers will always
' find a large and general assoMmeut of Foreign
and Dorm stic Hardsare, which they Mills II at the
l'Inlid. Iphia, November 7, 1810. ly.
J. W. SWAIN,
Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer.
An. 37 Nuoth 'J'hirtl tlrrrt, luo dmrt titlom the
City Hotel. PhiLidilphia.
COUNTRY Menhants and othc-a arc solicited
to examine bis asMitnieut Ufore purchasing
Philalelpbi i, November 7, 1910. ly
Wholesale and Retail Shoe, Bonnet,
and Palm Leaf Hat Warehouse.
.Vy. CG .Vo-'j 'id ttrrrt, a frit) dtmrt above .Irch.
A LSI) Trunks, Carpel Bags and V slices, i f ev
fry drftciipiinn, nil of which he oilers for
sail on the most teas nahle terms.
Phila let) hia, November 7, 1810. ly
P. Jc A. UOVOl'DT'S
China, (Mass and Liverpool Warehnnsc.
Ao 161 Xirth Third utrift. third dtKir btlow Vine
1 THERE they consist, tly kep on hand a large
iiss.ntnient of China, tib.ss and LiverHxi
Ware, which Ihey will dispose of on the uiusl rei
Philadelphia, Novemlier 7, 1840.
Manufacturer and Importer of Sad
dlery, Hardware, &c.
A'o. 5 South Third afreet, four doors bdow Market
KEEP rnnstmilly on h ind a large and general
assortment I onch Limps, Carri tg B mils.
Alio Arms, tltptic SpruiK. J'atent Leather. Ac.
Country Merchants and shddlers will lie supplied at
all t ines on the most leisona'de teims. 'I I. ey wi I
find it to their advantsir to call and rxamhi'o his
ssao.tmenl before purvhat.ing elsewherr.
I'liiladelphia, Novemlier 7, 1840. ly.
No. Vii Clu'snut Street, Philadelphia.
"IITHO rotibtantly keep on hand a I irge assoit-
ineut nl Law," Medical, '1'heol igral, St ln...
and Mi-rrllinoous Books, Biauk Books, and all
kinds of stationary
t'ountry cuKtomeis and others supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
Philadelphia, Novemlier 1. 1810. ly.
J S. IrlEDAP..,
Wholesale Variety and Trimming Store
North Fourth near Areh street, Philadelphia.
A A r HE HE Country Merchants and other ran be
' su.'pliid, at ill limes, with a large assortment
of Hosiery. Gloves, Merino, Cotton, and Woolen
Shuts and Drawers, SjKtol Cotton, Patent Thread.
Out on Colds, llu'ious. Tape, Bindings, HiMiks
and Eyes, Pins, Ac. And a general vaii ly of u-e-ful
article, which he olf rs lor sale at Ihe towel
Philadelphia, November 7, 1610. ly.
REYNOLDS, Mc FA BLAND & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign British
and American Dry Goods.
A'o. 105 Market street, Philadelphia.
COUNTRY Merchants, and others can be aup
plied al all limes with an extensive aaorl
meail of tho best ai,d fakhionsble Good upon
Ibe mo 4 reasonable term.
PUilide'pbw, November T, 1 9 10. ly.
lichael Weaver & Son,
ROPE MAKERS & SHIP CHANDLERS,
iV. 13 A'wA ':iter Street, Phtladc'phia.
nAVE rnns'niilly on linn J, a pnienl assorl
mi nt of CordHgi', Seine Twinr-e, &c , vii:
I unl Rojies, Fishing Ropes, While Rope, .M.inil
la Roprs, l ow Lines tor Cin.d B rats. Also, a
complete assortment of Sitna Twine. Ac, such as
Hemp r-had nnd Herring Twine, Br Patent Gill
Net Twine, Coltnn Shad and Marring Twine, Shoe
Threads, Arc. cVc Aln, Bed Co d, PI ugh Idnes,
Halters, Tr.Ci, Cnttm nnd Linen Crpet Uliiins,
Vc. nil of nhkh they will d.spi se uf on ie-on.ible
Phlhrdelphia, Novemler V, 1S"4(.
.laol I'liNiimtli & Son.
WP K!?',ECTFI;LL Y informs th, ir friend ond
JHj aeipiaintaiics generally th it they rti I con
tinue lo keep at the old atiiiid. No. -10 .Norih 3J
streil, Pbi'adi Iphia, all kinds of
TOBACCO SXUFF AXD SEGARS.
Which they will sell on the m si uccomniod iling
and ic is . iiibb) terms.
N. B Ad noodi to'tl will bo jU irilitred, ulld all
onlers prompt y attended to.
Phthidi Iphia, November 7, ly.
TeTTeWi Fa if V as t i n e; sT
TTOTICE is heiehy g.ven ill .t the Reg'ster of
ttie i.ouniy ol Aorlliutn'HUlncil, litis tin- day
gianlrd litlcts li ttaim n'tiry to the auhscribers upon
the estate of Jeremiah Yss inc. of liiish t .wnsliin.
in tin- Slid county. All crsons having demands
or claims ag on I the a.d decideut are mpjcslcd lo
make known the same to tbeni without dctay.
ELIZABEI'll VASIINE.J ., .
THOMAS R. VAST IN E, S ,iUfn
WILLIAM LEGIiOC, Point.
Novem'erS, 10-10. G nr.
DISSOlVirriON ()Y PAIiTNEli
TOTK'E is hereby given that the partnership
hi'rni.d.ire xt.-tina under the firm of . If.
Mntrer V Co., is this day dissolved l y niulimt
cons. irt. The books, notes, Ste... will he left f r a
rdicil lime in the hand of II. B. Masstr, fni roller
lion an I Mtilement; after which, it una len-li d o,
hey wi.l be placed in the band uf a prnprr officer
for the above itirins".
November 1, 1810.
II. B. MASSEB,
Will rnntiiiiie in businr-s nt thsi old tatid, nti.l
respeetfttlly inviti s his htends and rus'nmers to a
large nisortnii nt of New Goods, just icalvi d.
CST Received Meiino, Brociie, and Chen. lie
'c-i Oiler, Seal and Scab tte Capa.
A lirgo ass rtnienl of Park Chinizc.
Fioneli and English Mrriimos, Ae. Forsilc a1
he store ;.f . . MASSF.H,
November 7, IS 10.
JCVT RECEIVED new and splendid assort
ment of Calicoes, Muslins. Ae. For rale at
the store of
1910. it'. .
OF the latest manufacture, consisting in part of
a great variety of CI ths, Casximeres, Sntti
ni Its, Merinors, Flannels Mouselin de Latnes, Ac.
Just received and lot sale at the .tore of
HENRY VOX I'll EI ME H.
October 31, 1850. tf.
JUST RECEIVED a I .rge ami general assort,
incut ol Gioce ies liipims Ae For nil,, nt H e
si. re . f HENKY VOX I II KIM t:K.
Oc ol er 31, 1840. ll-
I"J A1.TS. mid Dye Stuns, a freah supj ly juM
reivived and lor sdn nt ibot re ol
Oclo!s?r 31. 1840. tf.
A 1VIILLER & FARMER
AY bear of a good situation, tii'iy miles I'roui
Snnbiiry, in a new settleniri r, win re he
vviinlJ obtain u long base of a s mil li.it Mili.and
have a rami adjomiiig, bv n iiii i g nf
October 10th, 1810, tl
iTirii,ir i awn.
THE Pamphlet Laws, f.r tie session IK:I0-10,
have Is'en rece.ved at thiaolliee, and ore now
icady for distribution to those entitled to recrivo
iheni. SAMl'FL D. JORDN,
Prolhon' tary' office. i Froth'
Sunlury, Srpt.22, IS 111,
ALL At't'Ol'NTs remaining in my book
previous to the fust of April IS 10, nill lm left in
the bauds of Justice of the Peace fir collection.
N. B. Grain of all kinds will bo taken on old
Sept. 12, 1 811. tf.
Ucoi'gc W. 8,ayii,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
CiiKsxt'T Stiukt Wiunr, Ittnarsarnn,
IS prepared to ie,-eive G..O.I and Produce at (he
new WNiih iue, which his arrangement will cm
hie hitn to forward with drspa ch lo Piiiladclphia,
Pittsburg, Williainspnrt, Wilkesbirrr, Coluiobia,
Lancaster, or any o her p dirt on the Pennsylv mia
and t'ni in Csnl, ami the Penney .vania and liar,
rishuig and Lancaster tail roads.
Good from Philadelphia fir Harrisbu'g, Carlisle,
Chtiinb. rehuig, Ac. Ac., forwarded with rare and
Coax, Plistkh, SaLf and Fish, constantly for
sale. Sept 0.
THE undersigned have ihe gratification of in'
forming the public, that notwithstanding they Were
so unfortunate as to have their bindery burnt down,
in March last, they have opened very extensive
one, in Locust street, in the new building directly
opposite Glui in' Hotel, and aie prepared lo execute
ail woik in thuir line with dispatco, and iu a su
peiior style. Their RL'LING APPARATUS
and other Machinery are uew, and of the first order
and latest improvements ; and they feel a confi
dence iu their facilities for giving iwrfcet aati.fae
lion to all who may favor them wuh their ordera.
Bank, County ollices, Moichsnt. Mechanic
and others, can be supplied with BLANK BOOKS
of every description, which for neatness and dura
bility, will l equal to any nudo by the I'mled
Statea. HICKOK Sc CAM INE.
HAKRISBI'RG, ept. 9.
I SI Hi SiSajir - t - Tr - - f
r a very superior quality, cm be had nt en
time, by application to the subscrilitr ! I..is
t uit purchasera. They keep large, egg, broken,
nnd fine caul, fit for burning lime.
J. II. PURDY St Co.
Suntiury, Sept. 2C if.
UltOVHnit:H,K f,esh suppIv of Groreiie
just rcciived and f r s ilo bv
Sept 12, 1840. ir.
it I tf Visit . A fiesh ro; J.ly of Brandy. Gin,
Port, Li hon, Toi eriff , Madeira and Cherry Wines,
just received and fir sale bv
Sept. 12. 1910. If.
VtrSKt,VS,. new assorment nf 7-4, 7-8
ai.d 3-4 yaid wide Mil-din, ju-t received and for
'eby HENRY YOXTHIMER.
Sept. 12, 1R40 tf.
f'1t,tl'OES.A new assotttneiit of Calicoes
just liceived arid for sale by
S.pt. 12, IS 10 -f.
I WftY--A good assortment of Bur Ion, just
received and for sale by
Sept. 12, 1810. If.
MI. T. 250 barrels
and sask of Salt, just
received ami for sain by
Sept. 12, 1840. tf.
CI.OT IIS. A general assortment of Cloths
and Cassimcics, Constant y on hand oi Ibe store nf
HENRY VOX I'HIMER.
Sept. 12, 1810. if.
WIIE.1T, HVK, t'Olt.V and all other
kinds of Gtuiii and Seeds wid be taken at the high
est nric in exchanre for g-m.'e at the store of
12, 1810 f-if.
MACKEREL A few birrels ofM.ekerel for
s i'e at a low prrc by II. B, M ASSER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
IlilSH SALMON. Ol the best cpul ly. con
stantly en hand and for rule bv
11 B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
Wine, f ,r sale low by
Sept. 12, 1S10.
II. B. MASSER,
FOl'KTH PROOF BRANDY. A genu ik
article always on hand and for stile by
H. B. MASSElt
Sept. 12, 16 10-
HOLLAND t.lN, Of tho betl quality always
on hand and for sale bv
H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
""lAFND LUMP SL'OAR. Alwaje on
hand and for sale by
H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
BOSTON SYKlil' MOLASS-ES. Of a snpo
rior quality, for a.ile by
II. B. MASSER,
Sept- 12, IS IP.
NEW ORLEANS M.'OAR HOUSE MO
LASSES. Oi" tho best quality alway on hand
ai d for sak by
11. B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 1810.
BROWN SI GAR.
Kept. 12, 1810.
-Of go, id quality, for ssle
II. B. MAS ER.
I.iglDRS. Of all kin Is and of the Ust quab
ties, tihviivs on h ind and f r sale by
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, lrtltt.
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.-Of the best
qtnlltv alwjvsoti band and fr nle by
11. II. MASSER.
Sept. 12, l8l'.
COFFI E. J.ivi, Rio and t.agutra loflfec, con
stantly o:i hind ond for sale bv
H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810,
SPERM OIL.AVn.tcr and Summer strained
Sperm Oil, of the lest qualitv, always on hand and
for sale by H. B, MASSER.
Sept 12, 1840.
STEEL. Cast and Bii.-ter Steel, for sale by
H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810.
SPRING STEEL. Of v iotas ide Tor Elipti
Springs for sale by
H. B. MASSER.
S.,-1. 11, 1910.
very reduced price by
Sepl, 12. 1810.
BLANK BOOKS. Of all kinds, for sate by
H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
BLANK DEEDS. Uomla, Mortgage. Stc. for
Nile by - II. B. MASSER,
Sept. 1-, 1810.
JUSTICES BLANKS. for fate by
II. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1810,
CLOTHS, Blue, Black. InvUihle Green, etc.,
for aide by H. B. M ASSER,
Sept. 12, 1840.
CASSIMEHES AND 8ATTINETTS. For
sale very low by H. B. MASSER.
Sept. 12, 1840.
CAR PETINU.Eortale cheap by
IL U. MASSER.
Sepl. 12, 1810.
BLANKETS For sale cheap by
11. B. MASSER,
Sept. 12, 1840.
UNBLEACHED ML'SLINS.-For sale by
11. B. MASSER.
September 12, 1840.
COTTON YARN AND COTTON HPS
For sale by II. B- MAsSEU.
September 12, Ie40.
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE. F. r
by II. B. MASSE II.
' Scp'emher 12, 1810-
TOWING LINES, CORDS AND ROPES
For aale by H. 0. MASSER-
Septtnibei 12, 1810,
(Vl A TlllR f t )
W.irehmi$e foot if Cliyn'it Srett oi Ihe Penn
A BOAT lve tie whirl of ihe nil rdrrv .
ry morni g (8 oVo k, runti.ng through) t. i; t .
more in three da)S. (,'ot.s ynm m oi pi iu e,
iron, Sce., will icccivu a de p .icli by :l,ia tin , wi,i .-,
has not hitherto lieen i qnal.'. il by hiiv ot .er. Kalu
of f.eight s low as by any other rtgular bne
BUCK St UKIilf.
KERNAN St STILLNIOER,
J. T A. II. I1EUR.
Goods intended lor Pittsburs. or snv nnlnl on
the Pennsylvania Canals, wdl t e auipptd "wi hottl
dedy on their arrivnl t Harrishurg, aa this con
nects it'i ihe Noith American line of Pot table
Boats to ritisburj daily, and with the Susqui-bHti.
na Packet Littc to Norlhumlrcrland, Williainspi.it,
Wiikisb.ine, and all inlermediate places.
GEORGE VV. LAYNG.
Hariisbu g, Sept. 9, 1840.
Works of lYafurc.
IN a stitc of heallh the intestinal csml may ba
compared lo a river whoso waters flow over the ad
joining land, through Uin channels nature or art
has made, and improves their qu ihtic? and to ke p
up the comparison of the river, so long as it rune
on smoothly the channels are kept pure and health ;
but if by soma cause the course of the river is st. j-
pco, men lue water in ltio.cans.lsu ne longer pure,
tut ro.m bocornca stagnant. There is hut one !:uv
if circulation in nntu e. When there is a su i
abumlnnce of humoria! fluid (srrocity) in ihein'e
tmal tubi, and coMivercs takes place, il (1 vv
bark into the bloo I testels, and iiifdirales itselt :u.
to the circulation. To esl.ihlh the free cjursr of
tho river, we must remove ihe o bliuctions nhca
stop i' fiee course, nnd tho e of its tr bulary tn- i.-.
With the body, follow the same natural princo ..I ;
r. mo 3, by thai valuable purpmive medicine B
delh,t Universal Vegetable Pills, which are sr. pi".
f. ctual assist .nee of ralure, the superabuuduiic of
humor in the inteMine cnnal. By per overii.g n
this practice, the way of the circulation will H,. n
he lor-tnrcd to the full excrcis uf iheir nilur il f r.c
tioiis. and a t-tite ol health will be firmly cstahii It.
cd Ri member, never Ftifi'. r a drop ol bloo J I . I
iBken from you- Evacuate the humors as rut or
nnd as long as they arc degenerated, or as lurg
you are sick.
Dr. Brandreth's Office in Philadelphia, is al No.
8, NORTH EtGH I'll ntreet, where his pillicuu le
had nt 25 cents per box, wiih full directions.
tJjOnly agent in Suubury,is II. B. Madsci Iqr.
Sunbuiy, Sept, 9, 1810.
C'crti.icaU's of Agency.
THE following aro Ihn duly apfKiinled otjer.ts in
their res peel ive counties, for the sale of Brandre It's
Veaelable Uuivtrsal Pills.
Norihumberlar.d county : Millon Markry 'V.
Ch imbciliii. Sunhury H B. Masser. M'Kti.
ville Gedibs, Gicen Sc Walla. Georgetown F.
Midhnger St Co.
I 'nion county : Lcwisburg-.Talls S Ged .
Mifllinbnrg Pellimn St Beckly. New Berlin
John M. Benfer. Silinsgrove Eyre St Co. iiJ
dleburg I-aac Smith.
Lycoming county t Williamspirt John Smii't.
Newberry M, & J. C. Funston. Muncy -W. A
IVtriran. Jersey Shore James H. H rburn.
t'olumbia county : Dinville T. St E. B. Ke.
nobis. Caitawissa C. A. Brobta. Brrw.ck Miii
man & Rtttenhouse. Bloomsburg-John R. M t.
Sunhury, Sept. 9, 1840.
THE CAUSE OF DISEASE.
Nearly all clasaes of disease, are caused by s me
obstruction in the syi-trrn, which prevent the re.j.
lar and wholes ime oieration of the animal I !--tijns.
This slate of the system, is disease, -i h
is manifested in a variety nf forma, moro or ! s
m il goant iu their character. To restore the tytt m
to a tate of heal h, then, il is only necessary ti
move the cause of dii-ejse, an 1 ihe end is cc---v.
i . l. J a-i- . : i .
( p i.. ii-n. i na cause is ooa rucilon somewnern. I ;
j can be lemoved by purgation, v hicU i the oi.ly
I mean that fh. u'd lie usor'ed la, because, aug.ta I
, by rraon, and l y nature. Dr. Iiirlich'St e'c-'i.
ening and German Aperient Pi!:, are allone-l tv
th j tin usand who have used Inein, lo be th b-t
purgative medicine in exu-tencc. Because, .in
not only remove all obstruction, and purge ti e
tern if it impurities, hut, because, and which i i
trcmely impiir'ant, sticfithen and give pro;xr tons
lo the stomach, and produce a healthy action f ;l
the parts. Besides, they are so mild and gem) - ,rt
their operation, as to render them at all limes p -feetly
eafu and desirable remedy. Tho afil c I
would do well, then, to purchase a box or t- of
ill's invuluuhle medicine, and give it a fair trial, n
stead of di stroking their sytlema with oft-reteatpd
d ises of calomel, sn l other druga, so injurious to
human life and happiness.
roo above nndecine for saleal the Drug store of
HENRY YOX i'H ELMER,
TO THE COM.VUMTY.
THE succoss which has attended the ue of .-.
J Hiufch's German Aperient and Compound
! strengthening Tonic Pills, is truly astoni-hing. It
I is no vain boast lo say this medicine has proved ! y
j its happy ill'.cl iu the cure of a variety of diarasra
to wh:ch the human frame is liable, lo be vastly su
j perior lo the many preparations Ufore the put lc.
i Many of theso prepiralions are compounded by m
j dividuuls who ar positivc'y ignorant of the Qy.t-.
I ricsnf ihe Lilian ysiem. and mero prelondVr it
', medical knowledge. Dr. Hailich, however, ia crte
1 b-atcj among the (jerinan faculty aa a man of in
higbi-it sc.eiit.tic aitainuicnt-', and equally distii;-
guishcd throughout Europe, a a auccesaful mod cil
practitioner, spent mi st of the year of useful Irfa
t in tho squish ion of such knowledge as might prove)
beneficial to his fellow eresluns. In lbs pil.s "t-ic'l
he invented, ai.d which bear his name, Ihe psjb id
' aro assurid ol" an aiticle that puesei-e more Ibssi
, otdinary virtues. From the acknowledged la'rMa
! of thia inventor, nothiiaj less than a good artn-U
j could lo expected; and the rxperience of o.aoy
I years ha kilordvit demonstration of the virtue nf
I his medicine. In Gt-imany and other parts of Ku
roe, iu rc ulation is established. In thia eoiuif'r
into which it has but been recently introduced, il is)
rapidly gaining the most .uhaUntial lepulaiion. 1 u
numrrous cell licalea of cure of Ihe most olwline'-.
dt.e a -s i Iketcd by the use of Harlich'a PiUa, wbic i
the propriitor is constantly receiving, U proof of uV
fact. Diy alter day be receive new Uatimoni.ls
of ihe.r etli-ncy, und week after week increase th
demand for llu rrt. This is not mere assertion; in
numerable cerlilieatM are open for Ihe Inspeelioo of
the public, and the doulae of any who are tdupviul.
can I e removed by examining iheut at Ihe orTiee t
We lake the liberty, then, of uggering to every
family, that they make use of Dr. Hsilich'a Pills.
Lei limn keep a supply constantly on hand, to h
used when occa.ion dsinsnd. and they will recei
ihe most unequivocal proof of utility. Mtdtc al
Piincipal ofT.ce for the Uuited State, No. 19
Norlh bighthatieet, Philadelphia.
Western Depot, No-41. St. f'lsir atreel, Pitta
buigh. HENRY YOXTHEIMER,
tKrioUy 31, s?n''
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