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KECEirxs Am) m the 4 v.,??ftTlIUMnEnLAND COUNTY, . , January, J.-fr-mS, ta Vu 31i day Dntmbtr, A. D. J"" ' J 189, both day, included. SIMPSON ESQ , TREASURER aiwrovi , TUB JESSE M. DR. T Cash on hand, per Auditor, last Report, i cth received from Cormnis ionen'. sales of Unseated la mis Cash received of George Nile man, refunded, Cash received ol Court honsa " Cash received for holding in quest on the body of J. Losr, in Lower Mahanoy, refun ded, Collateral inheritance money received of H. Bellas, Cash received of Wm. Gulick, Inle treasurer, by error Au ditor's last Report, for 1847, " By interest on the same, Cash for rent of Court house, ' " State house, Cash received of C. Miller, for tajes on land in Upper Augusta, 1H47, '48 and '49, Cash received of Wm. De Pue for county and Slate tax, for 1845, '46, was relumed by collectors of Rush township, " Cash received of Alexander Stricklin, from Esq Weiser's docket. Bond of H. B. Masser for un seated lands, Note of David ChiiiMer, Tor damages sustained by M. D. Savngo, ' Cash received of J. Farnsworth Prolho'nolnry. inry funds and court fines, 1848, " Cash received trom collectors, 1846, " Cash received from collectors, 1847, ' Cash received from collectors, 1848, Cash received from collectors, 1849, " Cash on unseated lands for 1848 and '49, Cash on road lands for 1848 mnd '49, M Cash on school lands for 1848 and '49,. Balance due J. M. Simpson upon county funds, S627 121 69 15 2 00 I 00 16 29 371 75 100 00 1 20 18 33 24 46 130 00 6 00 76 00 283 18 903 68 52 2759 1678 43 1 57 3 86 3 42 1964 421 SI655 471 Whole amount, Jesse m.simpson,esci., treasurer, in account with the county, respecting state funds. To amount of Stale lax recrived fur in '17 '48. 1 $4265 Oil To amount of Stale lax received 1or 1849, To amount of biilnnre due in trra- surer hands upon last settlement per Auditor' liepori, To amount of Slate lax received upon unseated lands, To amount of lav. licenses 1843, To retail'ra licences for 1848, To pamphlet laws, 1848, To amount of militia fines 1848, To tavern licenses 1849, To relaileis licenses 1849, To militia dues 1847 '8, To militia lines 1849, Whole amount, 810,934 211 In J. .V. Simpson's account upon final as To balance due the county upon State funds, $3038 21 Deduct duo treasurer upon county funds, 1.964 424 Leavine in bands treasurer, $1,673 794 Thers i duo from the county to the State the sum of twelve hundred and ninety-lour dollars, 37-100 for money received from tavern and retailers licenses, and rnilitia fines, for 18t9, for which treasurer Simpson is accountable to the Slate, leaving the actual baUnce due j. M. Simpson, from ihe county, two hundred and twenty dollars, 65-100. SETTLEMENT WITH THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.. Expendilores of the county of Northumberland as per orders issued by the Commissioners n the Treasurer of said county, during Ihe year commencing on the first day of January, and ending on the first day of December, A. D. 1849. Assessors pay Piothonolary'a fees Bridge buildinc and repairing Deputy Attorney Geneial Viewing roads SiMtes lor bridges Shf rill's fees Premiums for fox scalps Public, buildings Jnrors wages Constables making returns Constables attending court Constables advertising spiing elec tions Court criers wages General and township election expenses Auditor's wages for 1818 in full Auditor's we for 1S49 in part Charles J. Bruner, auditing ac counts of Proih'y and Register 8740 47 76 00 442 53 128 00 179 00 $51 61 56 36 150 674 2352 124 84 79 105 00 67 80 130 00 461 56 108 00 22 00 25 00 S5980 92 AMOUNT DUE FROM Samuel Awl, Augusta 1840 $ Michael Evert, " 1846 J. Biu!emun, L. Maha 1847 27 64 7 79 245 68 95 00 52 18 John Liebeg, Coal 1848 D. Siahlnecker, Del. " Thomas Barr. Lewis " II. Ships, L Augusta " J. Leiseuring, Nurth'd 1848 Jacob Beck, Suubury JohnLiabeg, Coal 1849 D. Buoy, Chillis'qua " D. Siahlnecker, Del. 1849 M. Treon. Jackson " Thomas Barr, Lewis 84 23 249 18 154 313 351 205 223 83 $2,014 73 STATE TAX AND MILITIA Wm. E. Irvin, Chilis'que 1843 $98 David Siahlnecker, Del 1848 44 John Leisenring, North' " 106 Jacob Beck, Suubury, " 59 John Liebeg, Coal 1849 266 Denuis Buoy, Chillis'que ' 497 David Siahlnecker, Del. 514 Michael Treon, Jackson 45 Thomas Barr. Lewis 273 Jacob R Clark, Low Augusta 114 Jacob Garman, Low Mali') (since pd) 63 James Buoy, Milton 78 John Leisenring, North'd 90 $2 245 13 MILITIA FINES DUE FROM COLLECTORS. Delaware 1848 Suubury Coal Lower Augusta, 1846 Lewis 1848 Lower Mahonoy u David Stahlnecksr Jacob Beck John Liebeg Michael Evert Thomas Barr David Hahu '8191 50 AMOUNT OF COUNTY AND STATE TAX ASSESSED FOR THE YEAR 1849 ; AL5U John Liebeg, Coal Dennis Buoy, Cbilisnuaque David Siahlnecker, Delaware Michael Treon, Jackie EXPENDITUES OF SAID COUNTY, IN ACCOUNT WITH SAME CR. By cash paid on Commissioner's orders, By treasurer1 commission upon TI28 77i-IOO, By depreciated money, By interest paid in bank, Janua ry 25lh, 1849, OHS2000, By cash paid in bank, By interest un the same, By receipt from Stale Treasurer for collateral inheritance, By treasurer's commission on the same, By cash paid in bank, August 9lh 1849. By cash paid in bank for protest, By " " " for interest af ter protest, By cash paid tor premium for mo ney to pay the Stale tax, By cash paid in bank, November lOih, 1849, By bond of J B. Masser, handed S713I 771 178 Sit 49 00 21 33 500 00 23 60 23 26 1 49 S3 50 1 371 3 25 27 60 615 67 130 00 6 00 8 61 By note of David' Chitister handed to successor, By error charged in duplicate of iNeal Caul. Whole amount, $8655 471 By cash pnid to Slate treasurer July 2S, 1849, as per receipt, 810,250 00 By iieasurers commissions upon 9384 241 'the same. 102 50 By rash p-did State treasury, Jan uary 22d, 1849, aspf-r receipt, 32C6 47 625 90 By cash paid H. B. Masser for printing, allowed by the auditor 4 64 peneral, 10 00 464 36 By cash paid the State treasurer, 635 35 I Aptil 28, 1849, as per receipt, 245 49 95 By treasurers commssion tipon 239 381 j "S2I51 90-100, the balance due 445 36 to the Commonwealth on Jan 694 784 I uary 21st, 1549. from the coun 138 75 i ty, and paid by J. M. Simpson, 21 51 15 48 Balance due the county upon set- I tlemeut ol Mate luuds, 3033 14 Whole amount, S 16,934 2ll settlement, tht Auditor's jind that it stands follows: . By balance due treasurer on coun ly funds, $1,964 424 Brought forward $5980 92 Commonweal lb, suits, &c, 123 33 Physician's fees 18 40 Commissioner's tt'agts. f William Fullmer, 94 50 j Jacob Holla, 208 50 Charles Weaver, 238 50 I William Wilson, 48 00 Clerk's wages lor 1848 in full 25 00 do do 1849 263 53 Refunding 66 30 Printing 212 00 Stationary 82 95 Contingencies 36 084 Damages lor roads 335 14 Piison expenses 35 80 Coroners inquest 33 61 Eastern Penitentiary 60 01 Fuel 00 Road tax on unsealed lands 3 83 Whole mount, $7867 564 COLLECTORS ON COUNTY TAX. 96 Drought lurwaril $2,014 73 J. R. Clark, L. Ausnsta 1849 182 104 Jacob Garman, L. Maha, since pnid 40 92 Uauc D. Raker, Lit. Mahanoy, 1849 40 80 James Buoy, Milton 162 68 John Leisenriiiii Northura'd 294 94 207 81 256 35 207 914 299 58 223 98 155 98 194 60 58 4 Jesstt smith, Point 48 Wm. Johnson, Rush 684 Samuel Hale, Shamokin 68 Jacob Beck, Suubury 774 William Waldion, Turbut 964 Jacob Eckman, Up August 28 .Aaron Hoffa, Up. Mahanoy Whole amount, $4,282 89 FINES DUE FROM COLLECTORS. 41 22 59 684 66 15 974 78 88 96 59 48 85 Amount brought lorward Jesse Smith, Point 1849 $2,245 13 346 41 162 38 60 74 208 25 179 08 151 094 69 17 Wm. Johnson, Rush " S. Hale, Shamokin " Jacob Beck, Sunbury 11 William Waldron, Turbut Jacob Eckman, Up. Augusta Aaron Holla, Up. Mahanoy Whole amount, $3,602 $68 85 18 84 80 S itllLlllA H.iLS. County. Slate. Fines. $199 78 $ 484 48 $30 395 404 1047 10 68 611 964 1336 74 61 34,7 58 151 7 05 Thomas Barr, Lewis Jacob R. Clark, Lower Anrrusta Jacob Garman, Lower Mahonoy (since paid) Isaac D. Raker, Little Alahonoy James Buov. Millnn John LeisenrinK, Northumberland Jesse Smith, Point William Johnson, Rush Samuel Hale, Shamokin Jacob Beck, Sunburv William Waldron, Turbol Jacob Et-kman, Upper Augusta Aaron Holla, Upper Alahonoy Whole amount, SETTLEMENT WITH THE SHERtFF AND PROTHONOTA R V. Eslrails of Jury Funds in the Common Pleas of Northumberland county, from January I to December 31st, 1849. W L llHeman vs II II Kimble S4 School directors of Rush vs William H Kase R D Foresman vs B Foresman VV B iduer vs II Bellas W D Gcarhait vs C Carr Marv Weeks vs Jacob Hans Gieeon Markle vs Jnhn J Warford Wood k Rahn vs David Haupt Wm Willis vs James De Normaudie J Dunklebercer vs S Dunkleberper Reuben M'Glene vs B Patterson A Emmon's admrs vs D Siahlnecker John McMahan vs Frit-k & Slifer Utilizer Garnharl vs Geo Oysler Wm Murray vs Ballzer Garnhnrt Benneville Klanp vs do do S Blair vs Milton Bornnph S J Cotnly vs D Hair & J Brown Jacob Leisenrinj; vs W De Pue Brnntijjam t Waples vs W H & C Fnck froHvlhe Wilson c co vs 1 1 Liemeni G Hi'leman & wifo vs W & M Handels II Bellas vs W & J Ro D P Caul vs Dontler & Montague Brady for Snyder vs G Grant et al Jnhn Diehl et al vs Sarah L Kern Wm Patterson vs W M'Coy's admrs James Graham et al vs H Bellas et al Marv McCoy vs W McCoy's admis Cath Zimmerman vs Blithe & heirs J no Arnold et al vs Elias Brosious Green Bos & wife vs Mary Jarrett Robert M Clock vs J Brown Jonathan P Shnltz vs Sarah Reed Mary Delb vs Jno Dnlb Jonathan Fuimon vs Samuel Furman Elijah Serch's admrs Vs Jas Covert Taylor, Balding, West Si co vs James Nor mandv Jonathan P ShullI vs Jacob Weik J House! & wife vs P Honsel's admis Brady for Snyder vs Geo Grant et al Thos Kefler vs Samuel Klain Moses Chamberlain Vs J S Mackey Jacob Weimer vs Ira T Ciement IVImer Johnson vs James White Sarah Reed vs Ellen Reed Charles G Dotls vs Andrew Fetiter JURY FUNDUS AND COURT FINES Commonwealth Peter Thompson Genrpe Berkhart John Snyder David Rahn Samuel Shade Israel Hayes John FishT William Fullmer We the undersigned, auditors of Xorllmmlier laud county, duly elected and sworn to adjust the accounts of the officers of said county, do certify that we have carefully examined the vouchers, and j find that there is due from the county to J. M. , Simpson, Esq., late treasurer, two hundred and twenty dollars and sixty-lie cents ; also due the Suite for balance of Slate lax, twelve hundred snd twenty-seven dollars and sixty cents; also due to the hank of Northumberland one thousand dol lars ; alsi county orders yet outstanding, to the amount of one thousand and forty three dollars and thirty-nine crn's, making the lia! ilitirs of the roi.ntv amount to three thousand four hundred and ninety-one dollars, 74-100. While there is due the county from collectors, three thousand six hundred DPi- J- JUPDEGKAFF, RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Danville and the public at large, that he has locatcrl in Danville, and is now prepared to prac tice Medicine and Surgery in all its various bran ches. He will operate on all the various forms of blindness, cross eyes, club fret, harelip, cleft palate, and attend to the extraction of tumors, amputation of limbs, and all other surgical dis eases. His collection of instruments comprises sll instruments in nimlcrn Surgery, of the latest improvement snd finest finish. He flatters him self that many years' practice and exerienee will be a sufficient guarantee to those who may feel disposed to employ him. His residence is nearly opposite the Moutfomt ry Hiiiiliipn, and next door to Isaac Kosen haimi's stove, in North Danville. Danville, Dec. 1, 1849. ly. TUB PEOPLE'S VADE-MECUM comi-rimm; a collection or over 200 VALUABLE RECIPES, In the Useful and Interesting Arts iriffc a fete Simple and ( nrioiit tiprriiuenU la rtlKMlSTItV : I NCI.CD1NG Medicines, Perfumery. Chemistry Cockery, Farriery, Uyii.g, Confectionary, Do mestic Economy, etc. etc. etc. Price 64 cts., for sale by HENRY MASSER. Sunbury, Dec. 8, 1819. Ihtiiio ofllfitry Yoxlliclmcr, dee'd Ol'It'E hereby given, tliat, letters of admin 1 istration have been gtanted to Ihe suWntier on the estate of Henry Yoxllieinier, of Upper Au gusta township, Northumberland county, dee'd. All person having claims to said estate, are re quested to present them for examination, those in debted to tlie eslale arc nxjurstcd to uiuke imme diate payment. FREDERICK LAZARUS, Adm'r. Suubury, Jan. 5, 1H50. Ct Winter A rra iigemeiil. PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL ROAD, FROM PHI..AI)Ei.PHIA TO POTTVILLE. ON snd after November 1st, 1819, the Pas senger Trains will run between Philadelphia Slid PotUville as follows : Leaves Philadelphia at 64 A. M.i daily except Sundays. Arrives at Reading at 11 18. Arrives at Pottsviile at 12 50. Leaves Pottsviile at 84 A. M. daily except Sun days. Arrives at Reading at 10. Arrives al Philadelphia at 12 60. and 3,00; PotUville and Heading 1,40 and 1,I0 Heading and Philadelphia 2,25 and 1,90. Passengers cannot enter the cars unless provi ded with Tickets. There will tie no Afternoon Train. NOTICE. Kilty pounds of haggage will teal lowed to eaeh passenger in these lines ; and pas sengers are expressly prohibited from taking any thing as baggage but their wearing apparel, which will he the risk of the owner. By order of the board of Managers. 8. UKADKORD, Nov. 24, 1849. Secretary. 234 00 00 60 00 60 60 BUFF.LCE ROBES, Frehls f.oni tlie I'IhIiisoI Oregon. CHARLES b. BOG AH, respectfully informs his old friends snd former customers, thai bs has just arrived from ths West with large as sortment of elegant Buffalo Robes, of every slu snd quslity, Which ha oilers for sals at the most reasonable prices. These robes were carefully 00 selected by himself snd csu bs ssca st the slors of John VV, F riling in tins place, whs is his author 00 60 60 ized sgent for their sale. Aunhure, Ds. 1M9. 455 48 1247 44 41 60 301 85 4 737 93 . 94 00 304 931 765 97 60 00 64 81 157 92 19 60 280 32 603 48 76 00 294 944 640 38 63 60 246 814 648 68 23 00 306 35 809 II 42 00 332 914 ?95 93 78 60 299 684 ?3I 42 61 60 397 91 1020 OS 39 60 220 98 606 22 26 50 233 45 610 91 65 00 1,195 14 1 13,063 63 $906 00 Paid to Proihonntary Farnsworth. do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do In Supreme Court Not paid In Supreme Couit Not paid Not pnid Not paid In Supreme Court In Supreme Cog it Not paid Not paid Not pnid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Rot paid Not paid Not paid Nut paid Not paid Not paid Not paid Not paid In Supreme Court Not paid In Supreme Court Not paid do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do IN COURT OF QUARTER SESSION. Fines Penitentiary rsot paid Paid to clerk Farnsworth 30,00 Paid to clerk Farnsworth Pnidtcicleik Farnsworth Paid lo clerk Farnsworth Imprisoned siv months Paid to clerk Farnsworth and two dollars, 24-100 upon State tax, and four thousand two hundred and eighty-two dollars, 3'J-IOO upon county tax ; alo due upon Jury Funds, in the court of Common Pleas, one hun dred and sixty dollars, and recognizance thirty d i lars; also due from Thomas Allen, a note for thir ty-seven dollars, and from J imes Buoy five dol lars. In all amounting to eilit thousand one hun dred snd sixteen dollars,r3-100. After deduct ing the liabilities, the balance in favor of the coun ty will lie four thousand six hundred and twenty four dollars and ninety-nine cents. Witness our hands this Kith dav of January, A. D. 1850. WM. JOHNSON, DANIEL P. CAUL. WM. L. COOK, Auditors. N. S. LAWRENCE, Agent for the tolt xf Southwortk Manufatlu ring Co's. Writing Pap-rs. Ware Ilotine, !Yi. 3, 3llnur street 7XIXX.ADEI.PmA. 100 CASES of the shove suiierior Papers now in store, snd for mle to trade at the lowest market prices, consisting in part of Fine thick Flat Caps, 13, 14, 15 and 16 lbs. blue and w hile. Suprrfine Medium Snd Demi Writings, Hue and white. Ettrasuper snd superfine Folio Posts, blue. Supermie Cammerical Posts, blue and while plain and ruled and white, plain and ruled. Extra super Linen Note Papers, plain and gilt. Suerfiiie snd find Bill Papers, long and broad. Superfine and fine Counting-House Caps and Posts, blue and white. Extra super Congress Caps snd Letters, plain and ruled, blue and white. Extra super Congress Caps snd Letters, gilt Superfine Sermon Caps and Posts. Superfiued blue lialh Posts, blue and white, plain and ruled. Embroidered Note Papers snd Envelopes, "Lawyer's" Dr ef Papers. Sujiertine snd fine Caps and Pests, ruled snd plain, blue snd w hite, various qualities and prices. Also, 10(10 reams white end asserted Shoe Pa pers, ltonnet Boards, white snd assorted tissue, Tea, Wrapping, Envelope, assorted and blue Me diums, Cap Wrapping, Hardware Papers, &.c. Philadelphia, .Nov. 34, 1849. H1U.F.TT & IlillDIXG'S ''K'' HOLES ALE Commission PAPER and f f BAt; WAREHOUSE, No. 19 MINOR Street, Philadelphia. Where a general assort ment of all kinds of Paper is kept, and for sale at the lowest rash prices. ( up, l.etti-r and Printing- Paprre. &.C. oil liund, Plain and ruled white Caps. " ' blue " Flat Caps. Plain and ruled white Letter. " - blue " Blue and white Folios. White and colored Printing Tspsr Tissue Pspers. Shoe Wrapping " Envelope " Hardware and Shsalhing rspsr. Tar Boards. Straw Boards. Bonnet Boards. All orders from the Country will be attended to at the shortest notice. All goods sold will be carefully pscksd, snd de- The highest cash price paid for Rsgs, or ex changed lor Psper, as low ss csn be bought else where. PIrsss call and examine for yourselves. Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1849. Groceries ! Groceries ! ! COI.TOA & o. S. IP. Cornrr rc Q- 6lk Strtet Pkiladtlphia, jFFEH for sale to ilia inhabitants of Sunbury and vicinity, Family Groceries of the very finest quality consisting of Extra Fins, Superior and Common CrcSn snd Blsck Teaa. Colters of sll kinds and pries. fiugsrsof ever; kind. Rice, FaritiS, dago. Hominy. All kinds of chutes Pickles, Paucls, Ketchups, Olivs Oil, Preserves, dec, warranted to bs of (hs very finest grades in tits sasrkst and st tha cheapest rates possible. J 11 goods cerafully pscked and promptly for wardsd. COLTON & CO. ft. W. Cor. Arch l 6th Rs. ffcilawOct. llle ihetfnt -.) mfit, E. JOITEO, WHOLESALE DEALER A MANUFACTURER OP - WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE. Importer f French flaskets Lacking Glmn, and Fanrr Hoods, No. IN North Second Street, Between Market and Arch fits., under J. 8ibss JosCs' Carpet Warehouse, two doors below Christ Church, PHILADELPHIA, I IAS on hand and is ronstantly receiving a large sntl extensive assortment of Combs, Brushes, Fancy Goods of every description, (too numerous to mention,) Looking Glasses of Gilt snd Mahogany frames, Baskets, Coaches, Clisirs, Ac BROOMS, Shaker's Eastern Wisp and Country Brooms, Window Blinds, Door Mats, Tuls, Buckets, Churns, Washhonrils in fact, Wonilcn snd 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 trouhlr, by calling snd examining my stock lcfore purchasing. N. U. Looking filnssos, arc inr.ured against Breakage to sit parts of the Union, without extra charge. August 25, 1649. 3m TICKNOR'S COLUMBIAN PrBLLXMO BOOK. IEIN'Cia progressive slid Comprehensive Sys trm of Orlho!Tapy and Orthoepy, including a variety of definitions, adapted to the uso of Schools in the American Republic, bv Almon Ticknor, a Teacher of twenty-five year's experi ence, and author of the Columbian Calculators, Practical Common School Mensuration, &c. The attention of Teachers, School Directors, parents, &c, is invited to this new Spelling Book, which conforms to the modern spelling and usages In Orthography as being one of the neatest, cheapest best arranged, and lieller adapted to the wants of children, than any other published in the United Slats. It is what it purports to be, a Spelling Book and not a Rending Book, and only requires on 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 Hkniit Masskii. Sunbury. W here Teachers and Directors can procure copies for examination. 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HICKMAN, Uallimore, Maryland. ft?" .III. OailKHS MCtT II ACCCM TAXIED ST Til c CASH. July 14, 1S10. 3in HICKE1T & TULL, No l-"0 C iM'Niuit hired, (Opposite the Arcade) nilLADELPHIA, !I ANUFACTUKEKS of their improved style m Elastic Steel Spring, Solid Sjle Leather, and Solid Riveted TIT I'' KM, which took the only first premium, awarded by the Fmiiklin Institute at their last exhibition. II. & T. take pleasure in informing the travel ling public, that they have now on hand, a beau ttful assortment of their improved style of Solid Sole Leather Trunks; Double and Single Folio Trunks, of various styles; Ladies' Trunks, Va lire Trunks, Honnet lioxes, Cap Cases, Carpet Rugs, and an elegant assortment of superior En ameled Patent I.eatli.ir Rags, with every article in their line of business. Old Trunks Repaired or taken in exchange lor New ones. Al.KX. I.. HICKEY. RICHARD W. TULL. Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1819.- 50,000 Victims Kery Year Fall a I'rcv to ( 'oiismnplirin, Asthma and lia isi n Illnod, I luetic! Fever nnd i'ij;lit Sweat. ASTHMA AND COXPI Ml'TlON. I.. J. Ilntl, 111 DtUiicey street, gave it to his tilfer-ltt. law who huil Iw.'ii an im-uh.1 lor jcais Iroin Attlmia ; to another r.mii,l-rfl in C'iitiiiptiu. It frlirvfd Iheio at ancr, sj Uiut lliry truveil.il srvcr.il mindied miles. SI'IT'I'IXO IIL(K)l) Is alwtiys al.iriiliup. It l to the worst kind of Con. siiiiipli. il. au,l uiiI.'ks Hrr. ftd in lime is veiirriiltv f;itl. Sht-tiumrt AII-lla.-tliiiK H:iU"iiii is iIicIn'MI rtniti-.ty known; ll liruls Ihe w tundra or runlurrd til-Mid vckm-U ol ihe tunss. and iherelty elfeeu a periiuitisnt cure, while i Iher reme dies only at ip the bio d lor the lime. A iVw doses of tins lljlvuiii will unliaiy the iii-wt akeptirul Ihiit it is ttie Uledlt'lne retjllire.1 It li:i teen su K-eSMInl 111 Hum) cusra, ami tliat to . where thev had mn into a rioml deeline. or. as more genirnlly expressed, "HASTY I'llNSl'l'TlOV" Young per .h, or 111 ve ol' inklJle ae, are uwre SUhjeCt tooifse unit "lis limn tlie n,o. Price SJ5 rent and ri er little. Ilr. sheiumn'a c- uh und orin Iizeiifes, and Poor .linn a I'lasiera s uo s nnove frineii-il Orlice ltt) .Naxstii.streetj New York. MIEMIAVS l'OOIl MAN'S I'LASTKK hm curM nvre rmi nC ltiitimulim( I'niti in the Baric. Pule Hii't L lit'sl. I,i:iitkii;. unu tMkiifM, tliuii any aniili tMlMii I (ml lets iiHTtMMtnt, litiiulrtttR t'f HitjtTiiwijt'vtl ran -alt have mti'.iiitUf. Ui c untrrifii n iml pulm it d nrm the r iiiiiiuini v un lit' tit-uuiiie. f Ik w irt ol invent, m. 4 1 irniniiKr mat the tine mm pfiiuine ri.iir u fjrui rt'tiiliHh p;ier mutte rs;!ivril r -r l!ie turt mc ami every iv.c tli l iiti.itu'i i I iJr. hn-'riinit : prmieti tiMi lite ittu-fc I Ilic Pi t:tr. it iiil Ilir u'li tie wtnol v C nv ii in til. mv nilit-rt are peuuine. Tlifirf ire vlrn y -u w.uit a rtml f a Sherriuui's 1'tnir Mutt'- 1'f.titer, rail at (hcullire, It .Nustau irret. und v u will u H hr iiiniiiiiilel. KeuirmlNT nntirinvi if-e inv .awiUtr!t, ewl Of K, where alt Dr. Hirrnvi.rit Utzi-itu' rt? 1. Un Agents are Mm. iin, i iiit 'ii turret, nr mKfyit ; lluttn illuuuiMHiry ; aiu Ketuliiiff to, n mi m unci JOH N YOl S.inr.ry. M. A. WeOA Y) .N'-rthtn.ilKrtaml Nov. 10, 1610 fhcltil IV PIH73 PROOP CHESTS, FO BOOKS, PAPEUS, J EV ELRV, fcc. KVANS & WATSON, So. 90 North Third street, between Arch and Hace, and 83 J'oc street, OH'OtITE THE I'ltll.ADKI.VIHA KXCBANGE Patent Soup-Stone Llttedand Key liwle t uver SALAMANDERS, l ilt t. A.NU TIIIKF I'llOOK IKON ClltSTS, . . YorrJllle.l In atnnd more llsat Ht j. ,1."S Ihun .ny C .iel ill thia Country, if.-l.aX1' .".'tH Also I'lilenl Aii-Clutlnlter Ir.si I'lilenl Aii-Clutlnlter Ir.si ' J i4' '" ' ' 1,uu "' W Mte. They WSiri:'"f- li! . Colli inue lo In f??S it 's'-i ,v " ' FkW'scI ! 'Jr Anient enutiiuiiioi hSSlti klfS Uoase Keys, whirl Iiniks ll:e nrdnui. al vW) I w nri.s nation locks. Willi h can be i haimed several iikhimiij ItineiHluiiltfeji. ble in liM-t every tune Ihe l.rk ia ased ll deaimlile. Thess lorks ara pr,f aeainat tha nssa eiperl Thieves, benifr snnpl""' Willi las I'ateni Key-hole Cover, arl liuule very amM'S in u uown ope bv l.unn .w.h r These UkV ars l.ilendcd for KANke a'e. in i. Mirl'ii in Sealaud lelici ci.) ing presses, fire proof duort fol Bailki and Stores l'ateia Suite Lined ttefriserolora, warranted superior ta all others. Wsier KiMers, Najwei IWthl ol Ui liest qual- iir. nr Persons wisliing to purelisaa any of lbs ahovs ar lirlea, will p lease five uiein a call, as Uiey sell cheaper tnaa any oiner ui uia i ueu enniee. DAVID F.VANB, JOHANNES WAVSON Philadelphia, N'oveSitier 10, ItMa ly , CUES An excellent srticls. for ssls hall ths uausl pries hv J. W, FK1LINO. Hunbuiy, July J, 1119. In nil Chrittlnnits'd mid rlvihztd enutilii-. hu rHw4 Ittrfi-r pmptirtion iif ilrniht thrni mnt thr malndjr ibm fHu t Ihe httmnn UmilT i nmi. until within tmm rar. tiHrrf! hi Hot Imn'S mny rrrinim rtmedf tu vtup Htm dMta una oi tn ofiirojvr. Hut now BRANT'S INDIAN Orct l.ry nmnv nf th mnit itro-ut t? mnrliiid nd nihil rasefn ol I'uimonnm Conmi-m Rtti.. mnriouktad cum of ul.'trmttd nnd dtffawd LL SHU iin-h koptlu$ M n were nft'er htnr currd by hut othr mdnln. Am nftiWir ktyntifM wera itm ih th umirtfd itfrmiii, m tu lore tV-rn pnmuunred bj phfuin and liirndt tu bv ttullt rrlVo. fti.me. wbo hud ihrir liui in! clutbv m.! a. burr bn n rorrd. ifid t l,rr olltrt. ho it wa miI wddU not iiva atiother dj, art nuw at null aud hciwty nf thry ever war. It itise)if4 all th cl'alinf hi! purify in f tirtnat nearW m potter.. il and ctVa) at ll prcparal:un ttiiicb we ran BRANT'S INDIAN fURirVINO C XTR ACT Thi- d.ir r fnrni that. Ierat.e it"-ara m-anll ehrt Mr.ii-atMiu wlii. h ai-o ptcHiifirlt mapUd tu, aadar ctam It' nrtitry, tn rurtt Coughs and Consumptions, nil dlfteaot'i of a imlmonart nafui1 ttirh dlieatra tnnnllv prt.vs tit fatal under ordinary tivaoiimit, wuin ih M"in tim s as llrciist, lii mat, lung!., atid lirarl. Thi fl.iT.SAW htalt mn4 rum flrrrt in tht l.nnff. nnd etwwhs'ri intrTHrtllv rfrtnintu nt-.A M.'i.'y tlie Prm- nn -ui-f Atnr raw if C'jutk nn.1 '-niunptiPn out of Trn, atter tilt (itiit-r remr.ti.' have failed to do good Thousands of Consumptions and Chronic. Chitfh, atminInn.iT prov It utiailivf tfi t y in nuh dieawp, nnd il nndunhtpd I'ltrniivi power. ""'"""I. in-Piiiig uiiiiH-riirn, in ill' IlMItrWipr rum- ilittfita nnd div,n'. r. : Spittiri of IVooL RlteJin mi tkr L'. ! in tht fir 'Oft rnef Si ie. Hitfht Srcnt A'r- rout C (tAjimmrs. I'alr.nttu of Ihe ifrart. Chnltra. In fan. turn, liyenteru and Summer Comjlaintt in Chiton and AdttU. Athma and ALU FEMALE WEAKNESSES & COMPLAINTS. No rmni'tlv tlmt ban rcn oflrrrd to the, miMIr im PYrr h-n Ai f certain and efevtual in carrntiH ALL the i- idrt tNl Kraknr and tires nlnrxtiex tlt lettmlo irx a PRAM'S Pi'LMO V.4RY BALSAM. It mnkna .l Jif. fiTi'iir' avh'thr ih demiDti'iiient Iw vjprfton. e-,-r, ir nil.s-r incidental xakne it It Mil I. A l t'.S A 1. 1.. In rtrcnff'.htninf the vrni. equali in? tht cirrula-'inn, an ! whin allattiHf NKRVOl'S IHRU AUlLlTy. St our Pamphlet lur piunf. CONSUMPTION. A Dying Woman Cured ! Vr atate thin cure lo urnre the pn-r to tart life, when thit B I.HA.M it u ted, een alter the peraun i conirierttt ly phyait mn nnd friend, tn Im tn the last tlagc , di-ca a - arttirti y dvtnjr - ann. in thia raaft. to jar gont that tin? throud and burial clothe were Itmialit. Fir thr particu lart nf thia mae, nnd Ihe rerjieftalle and undoubted prtntf i.f ail lh rlrciimitanrci and la:li, wa refer lu our PAM put.cm Thia rnrnwaa efetd on Mn 7.IBA PYKFMAM. o' BalUton Spa, Saratoga Co . iV 1. V ran pruve, hevmid Ititiht. ntAnif nths-ra almon equally at hniK-lrt. anr iwt.tt. tnerabte cntf itf CoughanA Conrumjion$ f'f 'fftJ.wbich Were pnHittinteil tncurabU by akiltul phyuctant. LIVER COMPLAINT. So the cure of Pr Hubbard, o( 8tnmlurd, Ct., and nthcrt Dyspepsia ! See Ihe cure nf T $ fl'i.'or merrhant. nf At'It-t. Wyn ni.n Co . N. V., and many mure, in our Pitman Ida. Dysentery Sc Summer Complaint in Children and A ItiUt are altrayt cured. Weakly Childtn will iM'coiue jUhtf. kral'.hv and hearty, ai:J gruw rapidlv, by the ue ol thia BALAAM. N innther need ever inonri thy dei'h tf her rhiM I t f ti4t-rn Itifnittum, while teething, if Pff4TS l'r:.UOAHY !.4..V.Vlea)mini4trrr-d. It khould he. lr auch caiei, yiveu in Inrffer than the irdinarj duaei. .olJ.b & PHYSICIANS RECOMMEND TN" lotNcein; nn...l w.i- r an I Wrtr,an bars UiiV.r rer..:nine'i.le.l HKAM' .-l MKUiCI.SKtf : IT. N III H'MKII. StmnliirJ. C....n. J. N. f MITIt. WHtertown. N V. Dr. KOSSM N. i: Hi nry .ir-et, UruoVrn. I. T. . Ilr. T M HI N l An!nrn. N V. Hr. 1KI. HI WCIH, MiJ.C toven. Ciiao. it. ;i:o uo(ii;us, ii .iii s. y. Dr. 8. WHI I'K. Frr.l mia. N V. IT. C. H. (SM.KNTINK. Byrnn. K. V. IT. J O. HIIII'NUV, ,-awleii:. N. T. IT. J (iKINSKIt. llonrv at.. Kr..klyn, H. T Dr. O. MIIII'MAN. CurtlamL N. Y. FOR SALE BY John W. Kriluif , SunLary Pa. .miry a. ainay i.friiiuinsarailis. J hn II. Hnfei Mili'ui. Henry J. Slmcflar l-:.lvurd A. Kuiziitr Adnili Ctnirhd Ilnvrs A McCnrmiek, W. V. 1. rnint4-r, J. P. Mnnti , Co., l-Mwiird VV i la m, Thorntnii A. VktTt 1. J. Cr-i!se, W. H. Hicklev, K. P. l.eita ' John R. Mover, Piittafrnva, MrKvvenivilla. Muney, HiiKtieavilla. New Berlin, l.ewisburt;. 5eiinaprfivi, Pntiville, Hloofnwuirjr. All Irtteraaitd orders miiat ha addreaaed Lo Wallaaa k Co.. Hr6 bruudway, New York. snnuiiry, July i, ly. Equitable Life Intuirattre, Annuity nnd Truat tJompany. OFFICK 74 WAT-NTT STKF.F.T, PHILADELPHIA. Capital tF'iro,tiO. Cuartkr Pbrputual. UK Company are ikw prepared M tranaBet buaineaa iiP'm the m itt litteral and atlvantiiieiua terms. They 1 are authorized hy thrir charter (aeet. 'i) ''t make all and every insurance appertainine t Lite riaka f whatever kind or it-it ure. and t receive ami exeeuia trusla, make endow met it a, and k grant and pnrehaae anumtiea. I h Con ptiuy adl ummiliea and eitduwuieuu, and art as Trimeaa for minora and heirs. TaUic of Preiniunis lefjiured for the Assunuics of 100 far tlis whole term of l.i;s. Ase. I P.em. t Ae. Prera. Prem. 18 I 50 at 8 09 48 ' 331 17 15-1 32 IS 47 3 4tt IS t M .11 4 ill 4S 3H'i 1(1 f 1 S'.l 31 S -27 4 3 77 20 I I M 35 II S3 dU 3 94 SI 1 03 36 8 40 61 4 13 I IN 1 Bli 37 S 47 M 4 3i I l I OS :w S 54 53 4 41 1 Jl 1 74 39 -im M 4 71 !." 1 7A 40 II 70 55 4 til Vn -S 41 5-1 M ill 7 t t9 4J !'i 57 i 33 UH I hl 43 .1 III 31 54 lit) I 41 3 13 50 5 79 30 'Jul 45 3Zi 00 6 01 The premiums sre lens than nnv other r inpmiv, anJ tha pulii-iea sll' ird rreiief U(!'n:itai;es. TuMes i'f liall-yeiiny and quurUTlv premiuma, hall creiiit rntea ot premuuu. anon nieou ii i ,perne i-,..,,,.. .... terms, joint' livee, survnorslupa ami endowments: ale., and e uiceiiliatlug their l.ealmg virtues, n.vi lie I fi rm of Application (lor Whl.'li there are blank alieetr) aia ku wllge -i tlie vun us tl.srsses whn ti alii-1 t.ie i.u. to be tiad on application at the olH.'S, or by letier lu Uis sisieni. nnd how to udapl remedies to theae u.seiip. s Assart, J.H.Pt UDV, Suubury. 'It is u-4 possible f ibis uie.lic.li t J d ig Ksl i ll la.. .. ,.. -1...I. i :t. thins iu it which can evet lituin. it ca-i wu't s...r Age. For I year. 1'orTyeais. For Li is. VM M (I I.SU 3U oo ! IU 1.) till S.70 511 1 - 51.07 S.ol 50 3,13 3.u7 S.U1 F.X AMri.K A person sged 3(1 years neit birth day, bjf navlnir ihe t'ompuuy iw cents would stH-ure to his luiiolir or hrtrs Ifclisj hhould he die in one year : or lor Sfl-otl he e. cures to them if loull; or lor jU sntiuully lor seven years lie s cures to Iheiu tllMS) sh anil he die lu seven veura; ot for itOJII.lll xiul aiuurilly during hie he secures If lltuu lo laa iaid when he dies. The insurer seeming his own bonus, by the difference in sin uutot preiniutua from those charged by i4hcr oificea. F'r Siu,5U the heirs would receive $5UHI sli mid lie die ui one year. onus ol application and nil particulars may tar, had at Uis oiBce. PETKH CL U.EN, President. Vice Preai.let.t, . M. lUiso. Fsssris W. Hswts, lecreury and Treasurer. Consi'LTINU IVSICUS Dr. J. II. -Masser. Sunlsiry. J. 11. 1'lsui, tsutiUury, Again fur .itUiuiuberlaial eoaa Iv. tsuubury, July S 1819 -i U Hi. Cis Cochran st Co., Wholesale an Retail, WlNE AND LKJIOR MERCHANTS, No. Ti Walnut Street, Philadelphia. AVE always on hsnil s Very lira; stock ot W Hies, I.iouors anil tccars, of their uwu importation. StorS Ki'epcr's, llolel Keepers, suJ private genllemun, will bs suppliej sa lbs as oat liberal terms. Puiladtluhis, Not. IT, 1141 IAISJN8, rurrenU, citron, t-lieese, peppsr nun, Ac. For ssls by J. W. FKIM.NU Suubury, Dec. J. 1848. AV RUM. Art eiclient srticls for ssls by HENRY MASSER. Sunbury Jan. 7th, 1849 t. 7HITB BRANDV for presemng brsndv peaches of sn excellent quality, for sale 1 U UI SL'S by II. MASSER. Sunbury, 8epL 3J, 1843 STONE Ware, Earthen Wars, Kaisina, Al monds, Prunes snd Cream .Nuts. Planes of sll kinds. Salt and Plaster. Just received and fur ssls by JOHN V. rmUNO. Sunbury, Dec. 59, 1849, BLANKS. II LAN ICS of every dsacriptioa tmm 1 kssi by applying al rus ernes) 4 IksJ A sMitstn. 'I 1I E PAPER. Yellow Tissua paper for I covering glasses, Ac, for sals at ths rBsc s4 hs Asaerican. Cnulion Kktra. A man by Itie nsttie of rt.APP has erssre 1it jronnf man tif ths iwrns of B. Pi Tuwnseisl. S'Kt lle kiS name tn put up s farspsrills. which Oiey rsll IT. I' vii. senrt't Hrrill den sninatm it (li;N I. INK Origins', elt This Townseiid is mi noct-ir, s1 never wna : l.nt wua f t merlys worker on the taikiwls. raitals. ktid th like. VA hs sssntnes the title of tr., fur the purpo se of si". ins, ertdit fnr what heis n4 Thia Is to ermtir,,, the r ,ie n't tr Va deceived, snd purrhase nons out the fienu . Oriirtnnl f'l tr. Jse Townsewl's rVirsrir"s, hsvin, on It ths t,4 Df's, likeness, his familf fost of srais, hv4 kis .ilir cross uis euai ol srmi. OLD DO! TOn JACOB TOWXSCKD, THE URintNAI. tISCOVi:tlKR CF THE Genuine ToriiNCiil nrswpai Ilia J 01,1) Dr. T iWMimd is now s!kvh to y?rs "f Sfe. a,:.! hns Inns, lieen ku.m'u as ihe nut.mr nn.t disrr)rre.. 'I' the Genuine Oritriinil "Townend SitraniwinMu " tit inrp'ir. he wns cnnpelled t limit i'a ntaimm'-l'ire. ly U'hu h menus it his heen kept out f market. Bi.il ll.e fc.le tireti:ns.'ribed to those only who hive proved ita w.rlh aitd known its vnlue. It lind renrhed the ears ol" many, m ve theless. ss those pefN ina vh' hod lien hailed snredisi.i, bimI saved Irjin death) prortaimed its exeellencs sud .i derful IIf.At.INO POWER. Kinvrins. manv years ai-o, that he hnd. bv Ins skill. si. sure, snd experienced, devised su nrtiele wl'.ieli w lild i a ol inmlciinWe sdvunlace to mankind, when oii'-e kn m o Snd extensively usnl. he h..ied and persevereil. expert ; Ihe lime lo arrive when the menu would I lurn r' -.l '. i tirine. it into uuivunr l notice, when im Uicitima!''.; ..i;.ni Would lie known and s; predated. This li.r.e lias c r. r 1 nmina sre aiiplieil ( Vt UIIANU AND INEQUF.I.LED PnF.PARATiC-::, la mannfiirturett c:l the lurpest Sfftle. Slid i csll'. " throughout llm Ifjnc'll or.d bfradlh of the luiul. caper , :y es it is l -und iurjipiilve ol" rlegenerati'.n r ilvteri r:' l.vt every man ring tiir.tupiumt tlie land. V o Dr. Jueob Towusend in u .w mnnuuicturtnir th? re;.. 1' "-.iseTitl rWrHupuritla,' w Inch uevcr sjuib, never t'ertnt.iis, nml uerT elmiiciiiis churiiclrr. From this day f.nh the people shall liav the Pore (Jrn uine T iwuaend' S.irparilln, wliicli elvill tiever sour i-: --,5 b-stle. or in Ihe stomurli. nnd it sliall yet Imniah I'l.ini ths land all Fermenting, fluting, I'.xpi.Kl.i., iucpnry rj:-a-ipanllns, nw in ute. A gixxl nratq nrill-i. pure soat genuine, ought t.iliie; spoor sunrinj, slip.ijp tNirsai nlln ought todr-iop and die. The Old Llr s. rarsaiarilla will keep pure and j erfset 100 yeara. I'nlike voung S. P. TAvnseii'l's it improves with sg, and never'chiiniies, but for the hiMtcr; beranse ll is pre narl on is-icnhfic principles by a srientilie mnn. Ths highest knowledge of Cheniistry. snd the latest dn-overies of the Art have all been brorirbt into n-ouisttn u in H;a nianufaelure of the OLD DUS. fAKMAPAUII.I.A. Tha Kirs;inrilla ro il, it if well known t i medical r.ien, ' t. taius nnny meilivlnal properties, anil s-me properties which are inert or useless, and others, winch, if re;mhed in prejKiriuir it for ue, pr.tdnce Icrineutiiti ?i nnd s-id. which is iiijui i .us to tlie lystein. (Sme i f Ihe rperli s ot Sir i; .nri'iu are so volatile, tlmt they entirely evap rra uud arc 1 i iu tlie preparation, ii'thyare not preserved sy by a s.;ir!itiuc pr.eciui, known only to tlue exj cneis-ed in its iiviiuil'in'tnre. Morc iver, theae volatile priicinlrs. wh.en fly oir iu vaj-or. or aaaji eshalati'in. under hent. arc . I. a venl niteniial nicdica! properties of the tOJt, whic.i jjivs tu j ali r.s valt:-. Any permw can 1r.ii or stf r the r-ot till they get a dirs oloicd liquid, which ia more from the eol riilat tnslier tu the riot than from anything else j they csn then strain thia insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with a nr moie, ed then call it riarsnparillu Extract or Syrup." Hut turk is ll t the article known as the . GEM INI". OLD DR. JACOR TOWNSF.ND'S SAR SAl'Altll.l.A. Thii si prepared, ll.al r.ll tlie inert properties rflt.S Sirsmirtlla ni.il nre iirst removed every thltc nii,le t bsr linuiij aci.l or rf termer.tiati '. is i xtraried a.i.! retp, ; ed ; tlicii evcrv pnrt.c.e of i:.elici,l virtue is rc-i-ed :u s pure ami i lUiccuttu'eil f ru ; and t'nus it ia rendered iocs mli'eof IokI'iii ttnvcl its v.'i'ual.le nnd healing progenies. Prepared iu tins way, it is rr.iJs Ins m it ps-.vcriui aint in ti:e CERE OF IWl'Mr.R ABLE pi'SAJE!. Ilfneethe reason why we hear cotmneudalioiti on every aide in us luvor by men, women, nnd i tuulrt ;i. e find it A .ingw oislers in the cure oi C.t!sut!i;i.ii, Hyi i elu, snd Liver Compluuit, aud in Kiieuuniisai, Scio.ula. IVes, C 'Stivenew, all I'tltaneotu t'.rapliiii:. Pimi'tes, Bk iriics, and nil iUlc. llonasrisiini from IMl'L Kl'l Y OF THE ni.fil). It possesses a murvolUsis eincriey, in u.i eon'nlstu'a arit.t f fr mi indisesl ion, from A"i,lity of the Moma.-h. Ir in un. eiiutil circulation, detcmnitatl m oi'bl.vjl to ihe head, pt.lp tallou , I" llio heart, cold ieel ami cold hands, c-ld c-;.,.a an., h it tlullies over the b siv. It haa not its enual in " .Ids,, to C ingiia snd promotes easy expectoration, ai u gniis ikj a.nration relaxing suiciu.-eof the lungs, IhK.at, end c.e" olhar part. llut in n ithing ii its excellence m .re ina-.ufestly ait s i scknowleitged than in all kinds and stages of J-'eiiuOe Com h'w' rks w nit-rs in cajea -Y F! Alius cr V'e Falling nl the Womhi Olutrdelcd. S-tpptesiefl. or t'j il Menses, lir guiailtv". I" ttiemeitslruid pc.t.n," . -:.. and is a etreclu.il in euriuj all thelormr ol Ki.lt, Ii .-e.e. By rem 'Ving olistmeii ,u. nnd reiiulutnig tt.e ge ..... t ten-., it give, t -.ue and strength lo Uia whole D-ly, a.. I s -' cure.uU,or,,,o,;s AND ri'PtLM' '. And thus prevents or relieves a g ent variety ot i ' huhc. nt tf.au .1 In lint I ll, Nn-.ls. ft. Vo-. i: Sivoi lliit:. Epileptic Fns. C'onvulm n. ic. .... And yet If; iculil iti.nhive it mineral d Ih: f. .ir J.ie ib I'o.v, H.nd'f (leiuliue Onubml . . s l.MITATiON ol his mien r preursllou I lle.u-cil f .roi.l that we s-i slid deal in s.l srtic's w Would liear the mst distant rescinblanre lo S V. T.i. -aeiid'aanicle; ami which w mid bring d ..wn upon the t llr. such a m uiilaiii luid of o-nipUuils "! crmii-ii.l "is iroin Aa'ins who liavo sold, and purchasers who tan n. S. IV Townscikl's Frrutentiiii Cunpouinl. wish u iiuJi-rstieal. Iisuw it is the al.solule tru.n. imii e. i Towiix'iii: a urticle and Old Dr. Jue 'b T-'Wnsctm a t-..in oirilli lire h.-iven-wide avart and inftiute'y dissimilar; '. t they nre unlike iu every purticulai, Uvu.g noli ue Ihiiii; in coiamoii. As . I'. Townsend is ni d ct t, sua never was. i chemist, ll phJiuiiu.ccutiW know s no more i f in or dis.-nai- than nuy other c -lnm ,n, uiiscii'iitifii', tu.-n simiul in in. what g.innintee ct.ii tae p-itjlu- have I ,! are receiv'leg ageuiunc si-.eiitiiic meii',!fe. c ;it:t.;r : the irtun ineii in prt-.ri; g ll, on.! which ure ic " v itliai,.-. w .. Ii iiilgul ituJvr '.l.'.u tue agel.ts ol t. iuit'-ad , l bei'ith ? H i w'.at els,! shottU be expeete.t inn ops w.i- k nolh.lV' colllpamtivcly of U'fi. "'lie or ili'e. se I It .; a pen ui ol a we experience, to cook and serve up . c uniii n decent meal, how much ui re uiip Hint'. i: : the pers us wluni iniuuetare tncu ine, m-i pucu i -t Btonl ic.'is lul l eoieeiiieo s. s.c.u. Sh -U..1 kli.' ,il miI iberel.M-e. can ncccr ! ! us cuiu'.u e i, . , It elemiMca the 1,1 l, excites the liver In healthv sm:ii. tolas Ihe t una' h. and gives g .J diie ll n, r r . tie I. ,vw.,Ia ol' I ri, unit eont.!t?Htl n. uliaa l..ii .lo it i ,. ; it. li -s the sl.iu, .,;uiihi'.e tiie'i nci.jition of l! ; dnciiig g.-utl" win.'i.h eqniiiy a;l,.'.er '.lie i. I; liiieui-i,e ,:e-pifati u J relaxes u'l .MMttrite' -.c rut. ihe en ,,'e ncrvou; system. Isnotihis 1'iue vou t,re-c:ii..ne:i'.e ue.- ? 1111 eiu t'l'v : bes-iil fs P T .wi'ni' iitfcn.-r r::c. ' I - i nun li-t d 'w tio. t . ic COMP.VP.KD WTII T!ir. Oi.) L.i;-S. Bcrnuss-if Oiiegmn.l fuel, list the one Is inei".ble teri. rall n, mal M. I'.li Si'olLS, while lh- . ti. il ur. icrtueiiia. ami flows the b tt'es c :taii..i S -: 'Mgnieii'si ti;c sour, ac d luiuin exliiing, u.ai i: tti, r g l I Musi not tltish Trib e c ni. uo.l u.' ; ...... ll... .it... Whal ! nut acid into u a'Slfl.:'. ,.'v illsruseu with w ld ! W hat caus-s lys;l Ma I UI ci . 1) i we not nil snow, that When I ! s .u- m iir stouine s. what miit-hief its ur lu.H'S t nalillen. c. hcarthUirn. j.l, tutiuiof the henit, liver c niplalut. " ho a, ibsc ,.f v, C..IIC! and ci.rrupti al ol ihe bl .v.1 hat ia S- rofula but an acid liuiii,.r in llu.-b.Jy ! What r dti- csu.. the I,, irk.is Which briiMf .'H Krtlotioi.s .,f the fain, -ad Head, halt ttheum, Frtsiiielas, White fru'ediuga, 1 ever Sores, and a.l ulccruti.ua' interna! sial extern ill It is nothing unl.r heuven bin an acid sulnuaiR-e. whuth run snd thus s,h.. all the Hun's of lh. bsly. more cr has. What i-uuse. Hlieumalmn. but ,i sur or scid H ud. v. htcb inmiuates u. sell Imm. ween the f.iuts and t'x-wlicrc, irrilnling and lu ttiiuiiif the tender and delicate tissues upon which lla. Is S,i is' iwrvous diaeascs, of inlpurty of Ihe ll .a.l, i -f d. range.) circulations, and uearly all liie ...lincuis wuich si stict biiuuui nature. .... Now is it u 't horrible to make suJ sc.!, a:id uifiiuts r W'Mae ti use tins SOIHINO. FKRMF.NTINC. Arm "CoMrOlMJ" of s. p. tovni:nu! It ia lionible ui think, suil to know how cruelly the sf II. clod ar. iioj.oed Uni by presutuSuoiu men lor the asks of in Miey ! Fortunes lljl'e out ol ttie ag nies of lue a-ck i and u euUivuUtul rendered the desusiring sallcrsis ! It is to arrest Irau.ls ual 111. u,il'ortu.iale, lo miui uslss into w. Minded humanity, t kimlle hops in th despsirn g li,i,in. 1 1 restore health aud bkasu, awl vigor into tha erushxl and broken, and to lami'h infirmity, tii.it O.J Oi. Jacob T -wusend has s uiglil sist fouiul u.a opportuuitv anS uicatia to bring his Oninu I uiisisui C'lMK-em rated Henieile wuhiii Ihe reu -h. snd to Ihs kiv wlo'.je of ad who need it, that Uiey may leant and know, by ) oi"ul ciperietwc, US TIlANSt 1UVDL.N T POWLll TO Hl.AU -Sud thus to have the unpurchaseable salisu. lion of kavint raised tb nitanda and mill, -os irons tlie bed of rrkuess a.ci d. p iiilem y l i hope, health, and a long life of vig an,' uaelubiiieas lo ll.rinM.Krs their fanulieaand iheudt. Aukst IIF.NKV M.VSi;:R, UmlOMi. July ti, lc4U-lv s.iw ROSE OINTMENT A fresh supply nf t!ii excellent artiils for TsUrr, irr., just rc eivc i and tor sale by 11E.NKV MA5SEit. 8ubury, July S8, 184J LADY'S MUFFS GUM SHOES Ac, ) '. received siul foi uis at tlie sUrc of HENRY HiASSKU. . SntUiury, Poc, 15, 181S rETTER envelopes, of various kins, fo J at this eWeg, HS