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SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
Mm nut . . . lPm ..rtrruie, niltont JWtt'ncy, illiamsport, Ltwubvrgt Mf- '. JHnbttrg, JVew Berlin and Selinsgrove. Leaves tbs City every Thursday Morninf ornous xw phiadbiphiai FOR PACKAGES AND MUIIT GOODS, LIVINGSTON Co.'s Kjpcfs, Drpof 43 AViA rVd Sfreei AND FOR HKAVY AltTICl.ttS, At CONRAD, CARTER It Co. Depot Cor. e BrtHid iy CArry. January l, 1850. ROBT. I SETII. THOS. P. B. S M SETII & BROTH Kit. WHOLESALE GROCERS axd Commteeion .fHr rrliiintiit, NO. 8 PRATT BTR13BT, (Ntm Bowlv'i Wharf,) BALTIMORE, Will pay parlirulsr attention to tlie tale ofCR A IX nil all oilier product of the farm. Baltimore, January 16. 1850. ly 'rlbaaaberlind Cnnr ' In tlie Orphans' Court of siiid , County, at January Term A. IX 1851). Vke petition of John Iloag, Jr., and Magnet his vie late Ltiubach, and Samnel Trucke miller, and farah his wife, late Sarah Lein lack, all of the County of Northumberland, represent : That John I.oiiitiocli, lute of Lewis township, ti the county of Northumberland, on the II rut day f December A. D. 1849, died intestate, leaving arriving htm eight children, and the children of wo daughter, previously deceased, viz : Mary thirtx, only child of Mary Sliirtz, dee'd.. lute Mury Y.einbach and who waa intermarried with Jacob 8hiru, of Columbia county, and who is still liv ing. 8a rah the petitioner, intermarried with Sam uel Truckrmillrr, late Sarah I.einbach, Eiiznlieth Karckner, late Ellzalieth I.einbach ; Brnjuinili I.einbach, now of Dauphin county ; William Leinbach, Catherine Krclw, late Catherine Lein bach, intermarried with Henry Krcha of Centre county Daniel I.einbach jif Mnsra comity, in the atate of New York ; iMaearet Hang, late Ma taret I.einbach, the iH'titioncr, intermarried with lohn Hang jr. Henry and John Johnson, minor inder the age of fourteen yenrs, only children of .IstilJa Johnson, Inte Matilda Lrinhach, deceased, 'y vM was intermarried with John I). Johnson, and 'ss is still living; and John E. I.einbach j unci tited ill his demesne as of fee, of and a certain 4act of Land, situate in Lewis township. Nor tbumlerland county ; niljuiiiiiur. laniln l' Samuel Mengas, Andrew Ksrrlinrr, Joshua ttiuvmini and others, containing Due Hundred and '1'liirty acres more or less, with tlie apiHirteiiaiirrs. The petitioners therefore pray the Court, to a warded an inquest to make partition of the premi ses aforesaid to and among the representative and lieirs of the said inlentu'e, in such manner and in such proportions as by the Laws of this Commonwealth is directed, it' such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoiling the whole; but if such partition cannot, he so made thereof; then to value and appraise the same, and make return of their proceedings according to Law, January Sth 1S50, Kend and Inquest nwarded. same day the court direct personal notice to be given to tlie heirs residing in Northumberland countv. aWI six weeks notice bv publication in tha Sunbury American, to those residing out of the County, and state of the time and place of holding the imiucst. By the Court, Certified from the Records of our said Court, at Punbury, die 8th dav of January, A. 1). 1650. JOHN 1'. I'LR.sKL.t'lk., O. C. Notice is hereby given, to the heirs and legal representatives of John linbaoh, deccasetl. That, in pursuance of the inquest awarded by the Cotirt as atiiresaid. An inquisition will I hcid ujion lire jimnises aforesaid, ut 10 o'clock, A. M., on WediR-atlaj the 2Ulli day of March next, at which time end place you are warned to be, and appear if vuu think proper. JAMES COVEKT.Sh'iT. .Sheriff office, Kmibury Jaauarv 19, 18S0. 9. ) Cw ORPHANS' COURT SALE. X pii.aiisnre of an orJer of the Orphans' Court of Northumlierland rouutv, will I ciposed to I public vendue or outcry, on fciaturday the 23d diy of February neit, at the late residence of Jane Kinney, deed., to wit : A certain lot of ground situate in the. township of Rush in said county, containing; about two a res, which said piece of Land is parcel of a larger trait of hind, containing in all about five acres, niljiiining land of Jacob Shultz, GeorRC Muchler anil Joseph Uare. Ltte the estate of Jane Kilmer, (lec'd. fSale to com mence at 11 o'clock A. M. tif said day when the terms of sale will be made known bv. ROBERT DAVISON. Adra'r. X. Tl. The remainder of the above des"riled tract of land ia situate in Franklin township, Col umbia county, whereon is erected a House and ..table, will be olTered for sal at tlie same time and placa, R. DAVISON. Adio'r. By order of th Court John P. Pursell, Clk O. C, Sunbury, January 19, 1850 ts SALE. IX pursuance of an order ofihe Orphans' Comt of Northumberland county, will lie erposed 0 Public Sale on Saturday the 23d iluy of Febru ry at the House of the lute A. C. Barrett, dee'd., 1 the Borough of Northumberland, to wit: the ortlirrn half part of lot No III, ituuted in the torough of Xorlhuiiilicrlaiid, on which is erected Mnall stable, adjoining the southern half of said it No. 111. Late the estate of Alba C. Barrel, ec'i Sale to commence at II o'clock A. M, of tid day when the conditions will be made knowu r lASh-EK J. lit ED, Adra r. ' By Order of the Court, i din P. Puraell, Clk.. O. C. j tvuobury, Jan. 13, 1850 t a ORPHANS' COURT SALE- N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Northumberland county, Mill be expesed Public Bale on 'sturdily tlie Itilli day of r ebrua 1 next, at the House of Lerch in Knurl .own, Shainokiu township, in said county, to A certain tract of unimproved Innl, Situated fn the township aforesaid. Adjoining amis ot Mathias need, Jolin I" cgely and others, ontaining one hundred and three acres and eiiihtv erches, and allowance Late the estate of Aliia ;, Uarratt, dee'd. Bale to commence at 1 1 o'clock i, M, uf said day when the conditions will 1 ade known by ' CASPER J. REED, Adai'r. By order of the Court, ) aim P, Purl. Clk O C. uubury. January l'J, lo.iu t s st oth i: A LL those indebted to the subscriber, hereby notified that if their accounts are tiled netl week, they will be sued without et to person. v. 8. UOUAR. tr The Books, 4c, aia in Ilia hand of llra Walaer, for aeltlemeut. Punbqry, Jan. U, 1850. LA8TER, Salt tad Fish, just received ana by , J. Wft fKILINO. uisburr, Dac S, Hit. "ISSUE PAPERffeliow Tiasuo paper I eovaiftTuj lessee, eyV, (or salt at tho eme RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES . OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTV, From the first day of January, A. D. ' ' "1849, both JKSSR M. SIMPSON, ESQ., TREASURER THE Hit. To Cash on haml, nsper Auditor's last Report, ' Cash received from Commit" sinners' sulcs of Unseated .... " Cash received of George Hile- man, reftilnled, " Cash received ol Comt honso " Cnoh received for holding in quest on the body of J. Lour, in Lower Mulmiioy, refun ded, " Collalnral inhrrilntic money received of II. Hidlus, ' Cnsh received of Wm. Oulick, Inte treasurer, by error An diloi'a hist Report, for 1847, " By interest on the name, " Cash for rent of Court house, n ii " Stale house, Cah received of C. Miller, for taxes on land in Upper Annus!, i47, '48 anil '49, ' " Cash received of Wm. De Puo for county and State tax, for 1S45, '46, was relumed .by collector of Rush township, " Cash received of Alexander Slrlcklin, fiom Esq Weiser's ducket. " Bond of 11. B. Masser for un- acated lauds, " Not of David Chilister. for damages i. tained by M. P. Savnae, " Cash received of J. Farnsworth Prothonntary. jury ftmdii and court fines, 1848, " Cash received from collector, 1846, " Cash received from collectors, 1847, " Cash received from colUct'ira, 1848, " Cash received from collectors, 184!, " Cih on unsealed lauds for 1848 and '49, " Cash on road lands for 1848 and '49, Cash on school lands for 1848 and '49, Balance due J. M. Simpson upon county futn! a, S627 131 69 15 00 00 16 37, 29 75 100 00 52 00 00 1 20 18 33 24 46 130 00 6 00 76 00 23 18 903 68 2750 52 1678 43 1 67 3 36 3 42 1964 42! Whole amount, S8655 47J Jesse m.simpsox.esq., treasurer, in account with the lou-nty, respecting state funds. To amount of Slate tax received for 1846, '47 '48. 94265 Oil To amount of Stale tax received lor 1849, To amount of balance due in trea surers hands upon last settlement per Auditor's Report, To amount of Slate tax received upon unsealed lands, To amount of lav. license 1848, To rrlail'rs licences lor 1848, To pamphlet laws, 1848, To amount of militia tines 1848, To tavern licenses 1849, To retaileis licenses 1849, To militia lines 147 '8, To militia lines 1849, 9384 244 625 90 4 464 6S5 64 36 35 95 239 445 694 381 30 784 ' 138 75 15 48 Whole amount. 810,934 211? h J. .V. SimptonU account vpon final as To balance duo the county upon Slate funds, S3038 211 Deduct due treasurer upon county funds, 1.964 424 Leaving in hands treasurer, 51,073 79J Thrre in due from the cnuuly to the Stale the sum of Iwelvo hundred and ninety-lour dollars, 37-100 for money received from tavern and retailers licenses, and militia tines, for 1S19. for which treasurer Simpson is iiccom. table to the Slale, leaving the actual balance due J. M. Simpson, from the county, two hundred ami twenty dollars, 65-100. SETTLEMENT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.. Expenditures of the county of Northumberland as per orders issued by the Commissioners on the Treasurer of said county, during the year commencing on the fiist day of January, and ending on the first day of December, A. D. 1819. Assessors pay Piolhuuolary's fees Briil",t! liuildiiii, and repaiiing Deputy Attorney Geneial ?740 47 76 00 442 G3 128 00 179 00 S5I 61 56 36 150 67 1 3352 124 14 79 105 00 67 ?0 130 00 461 58 108 00 22 00 35 00 S5980 92 Viewing roails &: sites lor oruiges Shrill's f'"es Premiums for fox scalps Public, linililius iiinrs wiiiiC Constables making rellirns Constables attending comt Consl.iblesadverlising spi iug elec tions Court ei iers wages General and township election expenses Auditor' wages for 18H in full Auditor's wase for 1849 lit part CharlfS J. Bruner, auditing ac counts of Proth'y and Register AMOUNT DUE imuel Awl, Augusta 1840 FROM S 27 96 Michael Evert, " 1846 54 95 7 00 79 52 245 18 Biiigeinun, L. Main 1817 uhn I.ii-beg, Coal 1848 Slahhieeker, Did. " Thomas Barr, Lewis ; 58 84 H. Mnpe, L Augusta " J. Leiseuriug, Norih'd 184S Jacob Beck, Sunbury John Liabeg, Coal 1849 33 249 18 154 313 351 D. Buoy, Chillis'qua " Mahluecker, Uel. 1849 M. Treon. Jackson " 905 38 Thomas Barr, Lewis 223 83 2,014 73 to STATE TAX AND MILITIA - Win. E. Irvin, Chilis'que 1843 $98 41 At 41 witi DavnlMiililnecker, Del 1K4S 1 ft John Leipenrin, North " Jacob .Lck, Sunbury, " 106 59 59 68, 266 56 497 15 514 971 45 78 273 88 114 96 John Liebi-g, Coal 1849 IX'iinis Buoy, C hillis'quo " David Stahlnecker, Del. Michael 1 reon, Jackson Thomas Barr. Lewis Jacob R Clark, Low Augusta Jacob Carman, Low Aluli y (since pxl) oi 59 James Unuy, .Milton 78 4H John Leiseuriug, Noilh'd 90 85 2,245 13 MILITIA FINES DUE FttOM COLLECTORS. Delaware 1848 Sunbury Coal " Lower Augusta, 1846 Lewis 1848 Lower Mshonoy ' David Slahlnecksr Jacob Beck John Lifbeg Michael Evert Thomas Barr David Habit are not ro- Es- 191 50 AMOUNT OF COUNTV AND STATE TAX ASSESSED FOR THE TEAK 1849 ; tm ALSO John Liebeg, Coal Dennis Buoy, Cbiliaqoaqosi David SlahUievker, Delaware Michael Troon, Jackson for ot 1849, to th 31 Jay of Dumber, Jl. D. days included. OF SAID COUNTY, IN ACCOUNT WITH SAI L lit. By cnsh pah' on Commissioner's orders. S712I 77 By treasurer's commission upon MVS 7 71-IUU, By depreciated money, By interest paid in bank, Janua ry 25lh, 1849, 00 82000, By cash paid in bank, By interest on the same. By receipt from State Treasurer for collateral inheritance, By treasurer's commission on the same, By cnsh paid in bank, August 9lh 1849. By cash paid in bank for protest, By " " " for interest af. ler protest, By cash paid lor premium for mo ney to pay the Slate tux, By cash paid in bank, November 10th, 1849, By bond of J B. Masser, handed to successor. By note of David Chilister handed to successor, By error charged in duplicate of Neal Caul, 178 21! 49 00 21 S3 600 00 23 50 28 26 1 49 23 50 1 374 3 25 27 50 615 07 130 00 5 00 8 61 Whole amount, 58655 471 By cardi paid to Stato treasurer 'July 28, 1849, as per receipt, 810.250 00 By tieasurers commissions upon the same, 102 50 By cash paid Slate treasury, Jon uary 22d, 1849. as per receipt, 3266 47 By cut.li nid 11. B. Masser for printing, allowed by the auditor cenerul, 10 00 J By cash paid the State treasurer, I April 28, 1849, as per receipt, 245 49 IBy treasuier'a commssiun upon $2151 90-100, the balance due to the Commonwealth on Jan uary 21st, 1849. from the conn- i ty, and paid by J. M. Simpson, 21 51 I Balance due the countv upon set- .1 . -cc... r. I- AAM. uciiieiu ui omie iuiius, jujb is Uiolo amount, 916,934 21. settlement, the .iu'iVor' find that it ttand follows: . By balance due treasurer on conn- ly funds, 91,964 424 Brought forward Commonwealth, suits, Lc, Physician' fees Commmioiif r'j H ncri S5980 92 123 33 18 0 94 30 208 50 338 50 48 00 8 5 00 263 53 66 30 , 212 00 82 95 36 08 1 335 14 35 80 33 61 60 01 I 00 3 83 S7867 561 82.014 73 182 101 aid 40 92 349 40 80 162 68 294 94 B07 81 256 35 ' 207 91, 299 68 tt3 98 155 98 194 60 4.282 B9 William Follmer, Jacob Holla, Charles Wearer, William Wilson. Cleik's wages for 1848 in full . do do 1849 Refunding Printing Stationary Contingencies Damages for roads Piison expenses Coroners inquest Eastern Penitentiary Fuel Road tax on Unseated lands Whole amount, COLLECTORS ON COUNTY TAX. Brought forward J. R. Clark, L. Augusta 1849 James Buoy, Hilton John Leiseuriiis; Norlhum'd 88 1 Jesse Smith, Point 48 Win. Johnson, Rush 684 Samuel Hale, Sliamokiu 68 Jacob Beck, Sunbury 771 William Waldion, Tuibut 96 i Jacob Eckman, Up Augusta Aaron Holla, Up. fllahauoy W holo amount) FINES DUE FROM COLLECTORS. i Amount brousjhl lorward ! L.ftft Knillk P..!.., IS IS (2,245 13 346 41 36 38 50 74 208 25 179 08 151 09, 59 17 . w rnv . villi .07 Wm. Johnson, Rush " S. Hale, Shainokiu " Jacob Beck, Sunbury " William Waldimi, Turbut J.uMjb Eekmau, Up. Ati"usla Aaron Holla. I p. Mu! iihauojr Wbolo amount, $3,602 25. $68 35 18 34 30 50 I 60 MILITIA FINES, County Siale. S 484 48 1047 10 1336 74 81 79 Fines. 199 78 S95 4t Sil t. 47 I 30 68 I M Thomas Barr, Lewis Jacob R. Clark, Lower Augusta jacoo uurman, bower Manonojr (sine pniuj Isaac D. Raker. Little Mabonof James Buoy, Milton ' John Leisenrinir, Northumberland Jesae Smith, Point William Johnson, Rush Samuel Hale, Shamokin Jacob Beck, Sunbnry Willinm Waldron. Tuibut' Jacob Eekman, Upper Augusta Aaron Holla, Upper iUahonoy Whole amount, SETTLEMENT WITH THE SHERIFF AND PROTH0N0TA R Y. Estrails of Jury Funds in the Common Pleas to December W L Ilileman t-s H II Knnblo School directors of Rush vs William H Knse R D Foresmnn vs B Foresmna VV Badger vs H Bellas W DGearhait vs C Carr Mary Weeks vs Jacob Haas fiieeon Markle vs John J Wnrford Wood ti Rahn vs David Haunt Wm Willis vs James De Normaudie J Dunkleberper vs S Dunklebcrger Reuben M Glenej vs H Patterson A Emmou's admis vs D Stahlnecker John McMahan vs Frick & Slifcr Ballzer Garnharl vs Geo Oyster Wm Murray vs Baltxer Garuhnrt Benneville Klapp vs do do S Blnir vs Milton Borough S J Comly vs D Hair & J Brown Jacob Lcisenrinjr vs W De Pne Brautigam & Waplcs vs W 11 & C trick Forsvthe Wilson & co vs I T Clement ( Hilemau & wifo vs W & M llandels H Bellas vs W & J Ros D P Caul vs Deiitlcr & Montague Brady for bnvder vs G Grant et al John Dichl et al vs Sarah L Kern Wm Patlerson vs W M'Cov's admrs James Grahnm et al vs H Bellas et al Mary McCoy v W McCoy's ndmts Cath Zimmerman vs Blylhe &. heirs Jno Arnold et al vs Elius Brosinus Green Botrys & wife vs Mary Jarrett Kobert M 1 lock vs J brown Jonathan P Shultz vs Sarah Reed Mary Delb vs Jno Dulb Jonathan Furman vs Samuel Furman Kliiah Serch's admrs vs Jas Covert Taj lor, Balding, West & co vs James Nor- maiirl v Jonathan P Shullz vs J;ieob Weik. J Housel & wife v P Housel's adints Brady for Snyder vs Geo Grant et al Thus Keller vs Samuel Blain MoseaChnmberliiin vs J S Mackey Jacob Weimer vs La T Ciement l'clnii r Johnson vs James White Sarah Reed vs Ellen Reed C'liaili G Dotls vs Andrew Felzer Commonwealth Peler Thompson George Berk hart John Snyder David Rahn Samuel Shade Israel Hayes Jiihu Fisher William Fullmer We the undersigned, auditors of NortliUmlicr land countv. du!v elected and sworn to adjust the accounts of the ollicers of said county, do certify that we have carefullv examined the vouchers, and find that there is due from the countv to J. M. Simpson, Esq., late treasurer, two hundred and twenty dollars and sixty-live cents ; also due the State for balance of Plate tax, twelve hundred and twenty-seven dollars and sixty cents; also due to the bank of Northumberland one thousand dol lars ; alas county orders yet outstanding, to the amount of one thousand and forty -three dollars and thirty-nine cents, limiting the lialilitb's of the countv amount to three thousand four hundred and iiinrty-ouc dollars, 1 1-10(1. W hile there is due ll e countv from colleilors, three thousai dsix bundled DK-.T..MJPDKGKAFF, lEsPKCTFl'LLY informs the citizens of k 1l,iiiip mi,! tlii iiublie at Itirce. that be has located in Diunille. and is now prepared to prac tice Medicine and Surgery in all its various bran ches. He will operate on all the various forms uf blindness, cross eyes, club fret, harelip, cleft palate, and attend to the extraction of tumors, amputation of limlis, and all other surgical dis eases. His collection of instruments comprises all instruments in nirdern Surgery, of the latest improvement and finest finish. He flatters him self that nianv years' practice and experience will b a su'liciunt uuarautec to those who may feel disposed lo employ him. His residence is nearly opposite the .Vowowk ry 7i7iit'.i, and next door to Isaac Rosen laum's stoic, in North Danville. Danville, Dee. I, I81'.l. ly. TUB PEOPLE'S VADE-MECUM COMPRISING A COLLECTION OF OVER 200 VALUABLE RECIPES, In the Vsrfvl and Interesting Arts with a fete Simple a Ml Carious Exprrfmeats i lill-:ll!TilY : INCLUDING Medicines, Perfumery, Chemistry Cookery, Farriery, Dying, Confectionary, Do mestic Economy, etc. etc. etc. l'nce li cts., for alebv HENRY MAER. Sunbury, Dec. 8, 1S49. Estate l Henry otlielnier,lec'd IOl'ICK hereby Riven, that, Idlers of admln istratinn have licen planted tolhr snlweflber on the estate of Henry Yoctheiiiicr, of Upper Au gusta township, Norihumlicrliiud county, dee'd. All (lersou huinj claims to said estate, are re quested to present t'ueiu for examination, those in debted to tlie estate arc requested to make imme diate payment. FKEUKKIIH l.AZ.KL!, Adra r. Sunturv, Jan. 5, 1850. 6t Winter AiTunjcement. PHILADELPHIA AND READINO RAIL ROAD, FROM PHILADELPHIA TO POTT'VII.I.E. ftfixN anrl after November 1st. 1849. the fas- P sender Trains will run between Philadelphia anil Puttsvilto as follows i Lrave IMiiludelnbia at 6) A. M daily exempt Suiulsvs. Arrives at Heading at 11 18. Afritta al PolUville at H 50. leaves rollsvillc at Hi A. M daily except Sun Java. Arrives at Koailinir at 10. Arrives at l'liilailrliliia at 12 50. KA1IKS. Hotlaville anJ I'liilaJrliihia 3,50 811113,00; Totlsville ami Kcailing 1,40 and 1,120; i 1,1 -t I t 1.1. n t , . f.i. leaning aim I iiiiaueiiiiia anu i,:u. Paisent;cra cannot enter tlie cars utlless provi ded wild TU-WtU. There will be no Aftcrtiooti Train. NOTICE. Fifty pounda of baggage will be al lowed lo each passenger in lliene lines ; and pas sengers are expressly prohibited from taking ant ibing as haggaqe but their wearing apparel, w lutli will be (lie risk of the owner. liy order of the Board of Managers, 8. DHADKORD, Nov. S4, 1849. Secretary. Freah ft lu tb ria1asj ol Oregn. CHAKLBH 8. BOGAR, respectful! informs his old friends and former customers, thai be lias just arrived from the Weal with a hug as sortment af elegant DuM'aloe Robes, of sverv sis and quality, which he oilers for sals at lb most reasonable prices. These robes were caiefullir 00 00 60 M selected by himself and tait be seen at the store of John W. V riling in litis place, who is his author ised sgent for their sal. . 5urtMjry, Pa. W, t4t, ' 455 48 1247 44 41 &0 ; 101 854 ' 737 93 4 00 - 804 921 765 97 60 00 64 81 157 19 60 280 32 . 603 48 76 00 , 291 94& 640 38 53 50 246 814 648 68 23 00 . 306 35 809 18 42 00 i 332 914 795 93 71 50 299 684 731 42 61 60 397 98 1020 08 39 50 220 98 606 22 . . 26 50 233 45 580 91 65 00 95,195 14 S13,065 63 $906 00 of Northumberland county, from January 1 31st, 1849. Paid lo Prolhonotary Farnsworth. 4 do do do 4 do do do 4 do dn do 4 do . ... do do 4 do . do do 4 do do do 4 do - do tlo 4 da do do 4 do do do 4 do do do 4 do do do 4 do do do 4 do do do 4 do tlo do 4 do do do 4 do do do In Supreme Court Not paid In Supreme Couit Not paid Not paid Not paid In Supreme Court In Supreme Court Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not tiaid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not pa i( Not paid Not paid Not pa ill In Supreme Court Not paid In Supreme Court Not paid IN COURT OF QUARTER SESSION. Fines Penitentiary Not paid Paid to clerk Farnsworth 30,00 Paid lo clerk Farnsworth Paid locleik Farnsworth Paid locleik Farnsworth Imprisoned siv months Paid to clerk Funis worth and two dollars, 14-100 upon Plate tax, and four thousand two hundred and eighty-two dollars, 39-100 upon county tat; also due upon Jury funds, in the court of Coin in on l'leas, one hun dred and sixty dollars, and rrcozniuuirc thirty dol lars; also due from Thomas Allen, a mile for thirty-seven dollars, and from James Buoy live dol lars, In all arnountinif to eii;lit thousand one hun dred and sixteen dollars,6U-100. After deduct ing the liabilities, the balance in favor of tlie coun ty will be four thousand six hundred and twenty lour dollars and ninety-nine, cents. Witness our hands this Kith dav of January, A. D. 1850. WM. JOHNSON, DANlF.L P. CACL, WM. L. COOK, Auditors. N. S. LAWRENCE, Agent for the sale of ftol'thtrarth' Manufttctu ting Co'i. Meriting Pap-rs. IV a re House, !Yo. 3, Minor si reel PIItX.ADEZ.PHZA. 100 CASES of the aliove suierior Topers now in store, and for sale to trade at the lowest market prices, consisting in part of Fine thick Flat Caps, 12, 14, lo and 16 lbs. blue and white. Suiierfiue Medium and Demi Writing, blue and white. Kxtrasuper and superfine Folio Posts, blue. Superfine Cam menial 1'osls, blue and while plain and ruled u ml w hite, plain and ruled. Extra siiM'r Linen Note I'apers, plain ami gilt. I Superfine anil linil Hill rapcis. Ions ami liroail. Superfine and fine Couuliiig-1 louse Caps and 1'ostM, blue and white. Kxtra suier CuiiKress Caps and Letters, plain and ruled, blue and while. Extra slicr Congress Caand letters, gilt. Superfine Sormoii Caw uud Posts. SiiHTfiiied blue Bath l'osls, blue and white, plain and ruhih Kmbruidrreil Note Pajiers and Envelopes, "lawyer's" Brief I'apersi Superfine and fine CaM and Posts, ruled and plain, blue and while, various qualities and prices. Also. 1000 reams white end asserted Shoe Pa- pers, Bonnet Boards, while and assorted tissue, Tea, WruppliiK, F.nvelope, assorled and blue Me diums, Cap Wrapping. Hardware Papers, A.c. Philadelphia, Nov. ti, 1819. WILIftF.TT &. IliltniVG'S fTHOI.Ef.LE Commissiou PAPF.li and I V HAU WAKKHOUSK, No. t'J MINOR Street, Philadelphia. Where a general assort ment of all kinds of Paper is kept, and for sale at t the lowest cash prices. Cap, Letter mikI Printing- rnperi. I &.C. on liniitl. Plain and ruled whit lsi ' blue " Flat Caps. Plain and ruled whit letter. " bin " Blue and white Folios, White and colored Printing Taper Tissue Papers, j, Wrapping u Knveloa " Hardware and .Sleathing Tapar. Tar Uoards. i Klmiv ll,i,r.lft j Holmet Boanlsi I All orders from the f'oiiiitry will ba atunilcj to at the shortest notice. All goods sold will lie carefully packed, and de livered at any place iu the city. 1 he lushest cash price iwnl fJr nags, or ex changed fur Paper, as lov as cull be bought else where. l'lAif call and examine fdr yourselves, rhlladclphia, Not. 17, lUlU Groceries ! Groceries ! ! COI.TOV Si o. S. W. Comer Arch tf 6th Street Philadelphia, OFFER for sale to the inhibilaiits of Sunbury and vicinity, Family Groceries of the very Sliest quality consisting of Extra Fine, Superior and Common Grean and Black Teas. Coneea of all kinds and price. Sugars of every kind. Kica, Farina, e'sgo, Hominy i All kinds of choice ficklcs, Pauces, Ketchups, Olive Oil, 1 re serves, eVc, warrauled lo be of the very finest grades in Ilia market and at tba ctiaapeU rales possible. Al goods carefully packet! and promptly fol warded. CO&TCft CO, i - ' S, IT. Cot. Asrh V 6ii fl, , 1 rails. Oct, U, 1 4. rtieA sk ly mr ii. B. EICE3 J CITS 3, WHOLESALE DEALER It MANUFACTURER OF WILLOW AND WOODEK WIRE. Importer ( French Baskets Looking Glasses, ait Fancr Goods, No. IS Nortb Second Street, Between Market and Arch 8ts., under J. Bmsst Joans' Carpet Warehouse, two doors below Christ Church, PHILADELPHIA, HAS on hand and is constantly receiving a large and extensive assortment of Combs, Brushes, Fancy Goods of every description, (too numerous to mention,) Looking Glasses of Gilt and Mahogany frames, Baskets, Coaches, Chairs, Ac. BROOMS, Shaker's Eastern Wisp and Country Brooms, Window Blinds, Door Mats, Tubs, Uuckets, Churns, Washboards in fuct, Wooden and Wil low Ware of every description, all of which will be sold low for Cash or City acceptance. Merchants would save themselves much time and trouble, by calling and examining my stock before purchasing. N. II. Looking Glasses, arc insured against Breakage to all parts of the Union, without extra charge. August 25, 1849. 3m TICKNORS COLUMBIAN ftFELLINO BOOK. TJ EINO a progressive and Comprehensive Sys tern of Orthoeropy and Orthoepy, including a variety of definitions, adapted to tlio use of Schools in the American Republic, by Almon Ticknor, a Teacher of twenty-five year's experi ence, and author of the Columbinn Calculators, Practical Common School Mensuration, &c The attention of Teachers, School Directors, parents, Ac, is invited to this new Spelling Book, which conforms lo the modem spcliiin; and usages in Orthography asbcingonnofthe neatest, cheapest best urriuiLtod, and better adnpled to the wants of children, than any oilier published in the t inted Htats. !t is what it purports to be, a Spelling Book am' not a Reading Book, and only requires an examination on the part of Instructors! of youth to secure for it a universal introduction into the Schools of the United States. Just published, and for sale by llKNsi M.VssF.h, Sunbury. Where Teachers and Directors can procure copies for examination. August 4, 18-1 'J THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA. F.DtTUD BY GOUVKRNEl'R EMERSON. N OXE VOLUME, Royal octavo, 1 165 pa?es, beautifully bound, containing, 17 fine plates, I besides numerous Wood Cutis. Sold at about one fourth the cost of the English work, without any Flutes. "The Farmer's Encyclopedia is a real treasury of practical information, Wherein the experience of all aires and countries is carefully pos i i;n i i to the present day, and admirably avraiV'cd for con venient reference." lr. Darlington. "We arc fully convinced that such an amount of valuable knowledge for fanner can lie found in no other work in so cheap ami convenient a form In fact, no Farmer who pretends to be well inform ed in his profession, should be without this work." New Oennessee Farmer. An excellent work, tit to be distributed in pre miums by Agricultural Soeitics. J. S. Skinner. For sale at this Ollicc, price S I. Also, by E. W. CARR, Third street, opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia ; and X. HICKMAN, Baltimore, .Maryland. Aut, OlIUCIIS Ml'fcT US ACCCMFlXIkD BT TUB C.4SH. July 11, 1849 3m HZCKEV & TULL, No- l."0 ClicMuut Mrcet, (Opposite the -rJVrnilr) FHXLADEX.FHIA, I ANUFACTURERS of their improved style Elastic Steel Spring. Solid Sole Leather, and Solid Riveted Tiirxits, which took the only first premium, awarded by the Franklin Institute at their last exhibition. H. tt 'V. take pleasure in inforiiiin,; the travel ling, public. Unit they huvc now on hand, a beau tiful assortment of their improved style of Solid Sole Leather Trunks; Double and Simile Folio Trunks, of various styles; Ladies' Trunks. Va lice Trunks, Bonnet Boxes, Cap Cucoa, Carpet Baits, and an elegant assortment of superior Kn imiele.l I'uteut Leallur Bas, with every tnlulc ; in their lino of business. ll?" Dlil Trunks ltYtmire.l orlat n in ovrlmnw tor New iiirik ALF..Y. I.. IIICKKV. KICHAK1J TILL. Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1849.- 50,000 Wilms iMerv lear! Fall a Prey to Consumption, Asthma ! and liaising Blood, Ileclio Fever . and Night Sweats. ASTHMA AM) CD.Nf-i Ml'TION. L. J. ItVuls, l!l lvyt'.ipfy direct. i' t lii. nir-frr-in-lawwtiuUuU Ist-eiiaii ntvaiiit iir r ru .mm A hi 'r up ; t aitoilier ci'iiaulrrcd us in oiuuiupliitii It n iifji titeu; at ftiice, no that they lrvUtl aevrnil liiimli'til itui.it. MMrriNt; m.ooij la Blwnji aluniittic. It IwuN I . tl-o n rut Kwi ! "i C if auiititiuii, and inik'KN nnestt'ti in time in tifti-Tiilly t-'t-i!. t4htrnu:ui,a All-IIcliii Itnlrtnui is Hu I -si rrmt-fi;, Kn a ; it IiwiU wiHiiulttl nr rtiiriiiri'il Aim t --h oi the timf.. aitil th rthy tiit iis n M-nii;iiumt t'tu- v.l ilc . titer rcmc ftir-tonly alnp Die IiIikhI hr tht tlin.. A ft w tl ws i tlua Hiiliuiiii will autiH'y the iih i-t LrpiIcnl tluit it in the imtliciiic rrqiiimt It leu I seen atiKi-ibtiLl in iu.tn rifi, awl llmt Ioj where they hml run ini :i ntjutt tl--iin. ur. ni tin ire gcmrntly rxfirtiMil, '-HASTY ( ' Si I'i K .." Vuuiijc t'raHi. or Hi ve oi' midil'.e tigt. tre m re nuhjtvt lotlieao uttueUH ttum the itcil. I'rteu eintb nml l m r ln ltt". I )r. Sht'inmifa Cnuph niul Wuihi I.c-iiffis, a.al Poor Mini a ll:itra. bunI h titujve. rniirtJilOirM-e 1(j0 Naaiii-Btrrel, r SHERMAN'S roon MAX s ri.Asi F.it hat citrcil ni'irr cniri oi lUieunintiMii, l'jui in tlu IJui-fc. fil' ami Cln'di. I.itiiitwif' hihJ W't'akiioN, tlmn any ujipn-t-it ii m that Iiiih iiif-iunMtl. hiHiiln-iifc Ki tiutTniciliiJ r.iw.iU h:v atlcrrtiitiil to c 'Uitttrieii ll. btH imlin it il up u Hit1 eMuuuiinl m Ot' (tviiume. IV l'wurv ui IW.-pli m.. J ltenieuilscr thai XUv true and I'limne i'U(tur upiiuti retklitth imin-r inatle i-iuit-Knl) I T tin- miiimbi' inni cslse llie siffiuittlre ol' Dr. Sliorinaii is iirintnl ijv ,11 the tiiu'U ol llie llnster, Olid llii' whole siviirwl liy l'.i(i Hi;: lit. N i DtlierBsrV fteiiuine. rtnrefiro whi n J"U wiuil a real vnni Slicruiuu's Poor Mini's Pbster. rtill m tlieotlirc. lne Niihruu street, and you will not te ilisnpimiiitrd. Kemeinber princiuul i unce liw AajiBau-Bit.-ci, icv l "rs, where oil Dr. Sberimui's lizenxi-N are s .UI. Ills Asenu sr Mrs. Hays, 139 Fulton streei. llr'ioklyn; lliueson, vv ilusuiBuurg j ami ucoouiit k nosiou, snu JDHN VOI NG, Hiiiibnry. M.A. McCAV, .NoiiliuiubeiliUid Nov. 10, 1949 ch !lm lv FIRE PROOf CHESTS, FOR BOOKS, PAPEHS, JEWELRY, &c. KVA1NS &, WATSON, So. 90 North Third ftrttt, between Arch and Race, and 83 Dock street, OPPOSITE THK l-IIILADF.MHII.V KXCHANCE. Patent Soap-stone Lined and Key hole Cover SALAMANDERS, FIRE ANU TIlllCF I' it OOF IRO 4 HOTS, Warranted to Btiiint more lltal ttuitl snv diesis in litis I'outitry. Also I'ul.iit Air-Cluuiiuer Irou ( lnH. lliui now m Ufte. Tli. y .ilso eoiiliiine lo make llie oiuinu ire I'rijt'li1. ut ii-iy l.iw imu.b 'atenl ooinhiiuil ma kH-kB. Wils Ounire keyB, wliii'h can be elianjfril several llioUBAnri tiineB .Mianea l,le in fart evert time the lick ia used ll dmllaUe. 'Iliese loess are proor oeainsi lac most espert Thieves. behiK siiliel Willi the I'aient Key-hole Cover, and mans very stroiif, Ihey eoniiot be lik.wu open bv Gunpowder. Thcas Uicks are uitendej for BANK, 8TtlKK(,sAFi:. Ac. foil aud lelttl topyinf presses, fire proof it sirs f.if ttinkt Slid Stores I'aienl Hlate Lined Rerneeialnrs..wo(nuitel snpeiii Iu sll otfasrlu Water Fillers, Mwwrr llulli. ,h the beai qual- "Vv I'ersnM trithiuf in pnreiaie any nf ids r.1Ve sr. licles, will please (iv lliem h eull, as llil ) sell vheswr than any other in lbs l ulled turtles, PAVin FVANB, JOIIANNKS WATSON. riiiladclpk4, Noveniber 10, imn-lv wrsqia and em-Na mohhsu jat. m. JHM. An sioelleiil article, Mr awl at Ksll tlie usual price hv Suahurr, July T, HI!. t i i ! ; T" I 1 . "r ..f: I'D I iff ' K ITtAoftMndi ttf ChtTM nf ft.rafut,v Canrr$. fvpk1lig. m4 Ot&T impurt di'lf Of ttU WlanH it'Uu f y XMALI0 QUAXTITr tflAi'A ro wed M'dCin, t ,grrt Cvrm of inch iwt, ht n nruof eftht puriiyi msdictl pw T in Mt Jrrtii teUu-k k&i tuhdxfd aid euniuwti miM UiirtutMiktn Oitrt u un ju thnaf.U tviJtnm (Jii BRANT'S INDIAN 1 I fa $urh A Mrdlctnt, in rrv rcivSPt ; Slid thsre ll Sl.ua- ill III iiiul. in frlM uurn lil.li', tli'. OSb! KO I rll. U it cntilntnl lir inrii)in, t'i-s'ii' virtu sti st.iftsl jsiw;r iIibii tl.ers t conrs ti-il i.i i-r hx'-U i.f sst w tavntiXla. ur Bt'jf oJur mtitiri::t I'.-t h '-r l-rn blS.Ts.1 for :. Intra ll utidinilrt -it In o'jr plinbista, tlM ty Ibe i.c uf this t !:idi l 'sril.r. ti.sr vcrs Drio rt LlVK :.-.? tiistsi I.akksiiJ CS'f. ei.Kn t-ftii noiv Walk :u.y law t ei t;liK, bi surtl.wfs, si. J iilu-.rtviia iliermJ, usvs lirta fiHAi.ua bud Ccsia Iliuidrecis Thousaads w'ift V.n u.pd Khast's rcs:riKS. s'':r !.Tiuc aiej ss4 teitit AIL tl.9 :r5iti:ari.iaa stiU oli ftr tr.in.t.- iseoMI. iDtnJcJ to cu:e tarl '.lenci, iisre At.iStd tj.a teratil'n Li tba Clieapeat, hrrs'lie On PoVU of ll h Slijrl ir.f li isrsl ts snis. Xkt in it, Shu, i'i .in j:,u-r, -r, ci:,-.i m,i 4i'.'-f Is uisva tut tints, tlisi one fv:.' uf tuv ol':r nti-.f'tn. If. ittfin. rj.Vi; bjuU uf Lbant's I cpiriss wiil ears FOtll Jj'iLS m iri' i!.ri ti;.n Cnt hut: r.f farnpA iUa. "HSftNi s lw sirinp.'' vtiuLi tie Juan ml jsr Jot- Uirt n tKiitls. sf lar.J.-'s.-fifj .r. i.oi.a,-. ltut littAN Tfl I'l'HIr ll'.lt Ii po'J lor oul ONl; IlUI.I.Ail b hulllt ; anil m s lin'.tii. in' it A3 cuipJ. Br.it ii ran'ii n( rin:i.y, t'mjr Tina m nmh -lin-Btp si flr.f .-f tai .swill. ItierB- Iit. isr.ft)tnr:lii. iu esiil.'qiietii:j i:i hs lut, poupr Bui Us in-,'!.-'.! i triB'-y. sl-fnil I b-; BuM t i t-ivrr ThN TwtKtJ-f'iU l"Wll Wr tof.iS, tU bS SB fh'Af B U.S I ftl riss si O n li;-. Ona Collar's Worth 1 Hat? tnn.'Ti VkSt i Sow nui,,t -Tf itn w Sf nun-la y Otollar' ur:hu lir,ir$ pL'SMCH cuir ! l'4rl ih lullowmi :.ii-ui''u:1 wlii;U ft aim t.f itt ptwir. CAI-TCEROUfJ SCROFULA! l ii Im.' vH'v ! J'"'ir.t mini Trim y Hits IJp tt cmeJ t ( vi'4i. rit ol fifitu'ft, oult Terlrt F.otilit .' i'.T unt 1'ui.lir?;-, ll'ftn ever w enroll Uy Un 'iiu cf 'ivrlv :;..'jfijfi tl.p hrrl fr.rsr.znvilia tl:tt witrji riniJt. Sitrt-v'riii l.r.n nut lufFuiml mt.iuml ttterr tv et k .h en"'' "1 n ! Mrfftv'.i U'iv ho;'ie:r ctir. Mi. J M !U-V:iN.t)l Run. Ciciiir. C , Y. V. h! 5.Tf u!d fjKr years coi.;ii;iii to b-i ,t in si ytirhm sn nn-.cli ii'ii t,h;:i;:f. it.il'' tnmilt) tm tu'xw hi j lin::.t toM" ht, lie htst m.-Ut-ftl irc--l...1 n-i'i! ail .t ''.if b:t surra-'t '.i.;s in i.o (ut.. f Sm t-iff! T.-or.v Ri:il u:ru lnd wi vu'tii'-fi in Sr in ft ty".sf i.'rti. I CUI'M ll:,, 1 Tl fl'flfyi'T he'trt illf, vru ii Ut coimnnv rJ vw$ liH AW I "rf i 11" .Kit. It'll ttsk '.vs. (urn nearly ! -in ear lo ear t. hj't tvi cutru throuiL lin vindptx. iiinJer lilt vJiin, o il.ftt Lr Ifct-srl lineup! i tlit liulu i.ii tar wm iu etttn iouml tl.tt tt ciiii'd te litUJl ivp cut ci iu pUce, It unlr hoMinff hy ft small puTtt.ift ue f nr arm m duMytt ,j two in. ena ftn Ulcer un.irr the tun. at n in ant hmni, LaJ nenrl ettttn iLiioieh his 'dr into his bfxly. 'I hn, hm wiit ftft.t-tff! i;h 'iVcn:y turh putrid. a.Tti. Jn$ivs l e-rs, on vn.nin o! hi puriun. Kor fftriher uud fu,( p:u liviiLii'., tec fcui Pamphlet. ltK-t. Tho.vai Win iaths, un cf h? mvsX ;!.! pV. ir:ii;t oi liui.i.'. nm rfiUtil t llnkin tj titty refers Of ri'inm tu r-ii itninc rwtt'l Fr Rrr. port. W -ne. itTil hiu mill tlifti u.tl i.'m 'lntaJ tli mtdh:trts Ui ih rtri co....! :nt ewe ii'ii' tli'-i tai-is wn V7 or.sa ihri Ilcr.eless ! t' s ii' MV ill (I'll i I r. ell V f'ouiii )r.2Z'A- "' '!! ft'.i ' Afr.'i -j i-i ("riHT :o jf-i r.y bri, .. i .).! Icrn 1- s. ,C. !.; I .:. .i l tri Tlttliil t.'JTt'v ei:s,'Mlf i T.W l: rfiU ( t v.l:e:e t bi i cv.r- I .S":-- V-s.'.i'. i-'f: ri,rv; ifi' i:u Otti t'-' l:it ftvust -tl: Tvn f;:t. n ilut, tr.i'i r : in, 1 I ni! ol iviWj ' . ii ud tr. ih-j U '-, t:ii r t-Jii.'t. Hit ti t '-S.'i FOLTP.TEiSN WITNE3S2S Vi llA' K N i.ki tvt'.n 10 t! fton fnrli, ..! tS fmvU nr- vt.us'wA i, t 1 1 -r.iSft.i to !:v i OC'l . T. V:i I lANtii-.Mr. G. ii ;..vCJV;. ( -onn. '.ur ... the irttt-Kut h'f'i-r.MH H.s!::.'. : ;;ni;ri. viintfc: n.i retaul li u ,.-iii.;.Vi: cii.r ; wts'iiiMt. To rivOVii ii Curs i t m rivvUivg ml uuerly cpiless ft cisfri nf Krrof.!. Ly .f i!-; (. '.T.N TiMI-.S tniuU U'. if.ari.'la, or rry i-ua-r n.?(l.r !., ft" vrti uav-.i ol' ftrunt'sj i'urij. to rXi-ct titi I'l'Hf c-:! .!iii h fin fcht.ll ! jt'ov, I I v ru f-tty vrli k.itncn, rerpA-tuUlt Kiines, aa tiit; m'.-h'.'i ci;r?. M-try A. .Mfi.ay N'T! ll Jlllbira.il sla J-.I.n II. Iltfs: Henry J. Siii'ar K'lwunl A. Ku.zt'.ftr Aciftim CimtIi,. Hiivcs A M'-C'nnii:ai, V.' V. I. I'aiiitftf, J !'. Mni.ti k Co., r.tiwitnl Wiltj iu. Thnniton k. Uirt S. J. Cr.msc . W. H. Ok- v. . Uoi.ZiK J h:iU ?.T 'Lvvuviia Mu-vi', Hnticsvillft, rw liirlin, ieli iwr rova, 1u:iVi.:p, hi-nuiiii-f jt bu ftJJfeaarJ to Vallt Al Co., K(i liioti-Jwitv, Nt:w York. buiiU.ry, July 'Jl, !. KciuHablclJlv Inm'raace, Annuity OrrUF.T-l WALNUT STIU.KT, PIH lADKLFHI A. '1 UK C n-i iay r.r, ii'tn (lie mi-'sl i? now nrepi're I to irn'ifact Imua? e:al im.) a!vi:l.i?eo:ia te::::. 'fner ir I'lririer ivi. ii; "u ne nit a4 e iu'ttt .ti;--! !-' "i v vy i t sv ii r:i f .tpi'L r lunar . u i 1 1- tr tr.vir uud exec.iie hums, nu:' eiuiiT- incuts, M'nt t r.rti! ,,t priny ai:!l n iu..! it if f uii-i fi.r uiL'.iurs rtnti htin. i'iirt'Ii:i5f niv'.v.u'.ii's." 1 Le C"a eiKt.ovinenl.i, ait-J act la 'i rjaieoa uiuiuh rcuuirt'l :-t t:.c Anru-ifa j( liMfti t!.c wht'le term oi Lut . A,--. r.-M. ; 1 Are. j Piem. 1 -e. Trem. ! I i oft a ts 2 it S4U 4 47 St 8 (M ii 70 2 I'O 3 01 3 IS 3 IJ t'J 47 43 40 iJ 61 Si ii CI 17 H I!) JJ Jl ! i Hi 1 i-l 1 ;"'J I o'J 1 00 1 C) l c; i rj 1 7U I trS 1 I il I tr i 01 3oi I I 0-J .11 a 17 j 40 3 77 4 IJ a a-i 4 61 4 71 4 IU 6 I'i ; .ii 5 S4 S 7 c u:i prriiii'ims an- less t!i:ui uuy ottii K-in-wiiy, i.iid it-.s pd'.li-H-H 1II -r.l jti :i: r luiwil. I"i s. juni-s ii l.'II- ruriT urn! Uiini-rl)' i.riiiiiinw. hi, .1 r.: lit inlt-s i'i pr ;iiuiiu,ii:iirt li rii:. i .i.il 'h.'ii. 3M: ifi.-.j1', mi'! nv.i.i..iii.iiB; e..., f,.riil hi Atu-a'i 'il (t'.-r w:iw'. MV !-b:i HticctB') sis 1 1 U-Im.l on ii.:'li-' 'ti in n: tii. cm'.i. or ii letter l Itis An. nt, J. II. l'l l'.IA'. Sliit.iry. K.rr. ixsi'-iim: SITO'HI s s!r.f!e Liis I 1-' I n-ar. 19 r. ; . )4ai: i .07 t t l.iie. I.'ij v.ui v.ro 3..,4 U.ijt l.irlh iluy, by Ilu 40 1.- l.'U .t.io I Kx.vMri.r.- A p-ts in :i'l vi-.ua iu-:t pMkiiiit liif t i'ii:wtin i,p I'fir.s Hmiiii Btfurr t nm lanuiy t r ti4.i. y?W flii'ul'i m tl;v .a .'in: year ; nr lot Stj tfi he w. fur 's li ill in ii.:k: ; ,.r , ii . 1 1 1 1 1 ii t ' i" r . t i oar 4 Ko n-fuitif ti liiviii ?f low i. tit.. h' uia in Koveu ye.t.i : ot I .r't.ln ijiii! i.imiu'iy tf.ni::.: lit'r !m p.-vhu- i-i k'iit wii.'it tx iIicm. 'I iiv i,.min r k.niiiii;'4 Iiii mi 11 Uiiiiias, l'j i!:t- liiiicTuii.-v in inn unJ t! rrtji.tiiu i h'mii i!i 'n.-i-h.iret l liy iiIiit .'lii-'t-s. lVr Sly. 50 tV.e hvimw.icU re:che .AAW li -ul i .. iiu.- in u.,f yv:i4. the t.ilK-c. .M'.TiMt CT1.I.1A, .'rcM'Kul. Vice IVr.iiil m.'. Wm AI.li.Mr.it. VliATicias V. HaWi c, S-rrtti v m1 Trfiirfr. CoNsri Ttii PiiYsiri.xN lr. J. H. I.5Si t . Kiiibury,, J. ll. I'i'KOY, Siml iiry, Ag'-nt fji Nt-riimi!:. l.ui cjiiii anbury, JuIrS5,?. Win. Ci. Cochran & Co. Wholesale and Retail, WiNE AND l.iqLult MFIICHANT9, No. Ii ll'ulnut Street, Philadelphia. AVE always on hand a very Itiriie stocfc ol' Wines, Liquors aiU Scms, ot their own iiii)ortiitii)!i. ht.ire Ktvpi-rs, Hotel Keepers, snj privatn ;"ntleincn, w ill be supplied oa the atosl iilii'rn! Irrins. l'liilatlalphia. Nov. IT. lit 11 A1SIXS, I'ltrruiits, citron, rlierse, peppW sauce. Ac For sale liy J. W. t'lUMNU Sunl.nry, Vre.'i. Il. VIM0W GI-ASS, 9 !,v ttl'l'ot sale It" HftMtV MAS'KR ftunhnry. Jan ST'll, 119- tf. Ii T HUM. An esrilltnl artiile for sale bv HENRY MiMEK, Sillibjry Jan. tTlhj l4 f. iyHlTE UKN1)Y fut rvasvvsiuj UiiuiJj jH-arlirs of an c.ceSU'Hl nUiiliiv, fur sal hy H. MAfrjElf. fSunbury, rirjil. li.l, It)!- STONR Yve, Eartlien Ware, Raisins, A. mivixls. I'umcs anJ Cream Nuis, Issues of srfl Limb f-'all and 1'Utster. J ui recsivej anJ for as la JOHN W. K K U.I.N O Itinibiiry, Pee, t, 1810, BLANKS. I of sTvcry iJetrrirstirsa n W JLANKS of every ijeaerirstirsa ran be W lf acsaiymy al rtiaelfise e( lb Asterieaa. Asians a, f! f i