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CUMMUMCAIION.
For the American.
Al a lnrce nnd enthusiastic meelins held
ly the ciiizens of ihe upper end of Shnmo
kin township, Norlhnmberlnnd county, at
Elysburg, on Monday evening tlie 29ih nit.,
for the purpose of entering their protest to
the Commissioners of ihe aforesaid County.
On motion tha following persons were cho
sen to preside, viz:-CHMSTIAN BAU
KCI1LAG, Chairman ; Robert McWilliartii,
O. H. Campbell, Samuel Ent, Isaao Hull,
Koleon Leiby, George Pensyl, Jnhn Rondar-'mt-1,
sen., Jacob Swank, John Tiutswortb,
7umes Vanhorr, H. 11 Knoeble, Jacob No
cker, Edward Wilkerson, Groreo Boikhiirt
John Gillinger, Amos Vasline, Wm. Tiels
worlh. Jonas Mntchier and J olin F. Mcrviuet
"Vi. e Presidents ; D N. McWilliams, and E
Robins, Secretaries.
After Ihe orgnnizntion of the moeih'2 ihe
Chair proceeded to state llio object nt" the
meeting, after which In appointed the fol
lawirig committee to draft resolutions to e.
press the sense of the meeting, viz: S. K.
Ciilger, Win. G. Kase and P. Johnson. After
a short absence the committee reported
thrnui-h their Chairman, S. K.Gilger, the fol
lowing resolutions, which were unanimously
adopted.
Resolved, That we as citizens of old Sham
)kin acquiesce in the preamble and resnln
ions which were adopted at a meeting held
iy Ihe cilizrns of Rush on the 22 J ult , and
ir.blii.hcd in the Snnhury American..
On motion the Chair appointed four dele
'ates to present Ihe resolutions and proceed
lies of this meeting to the Commissioners of
he County, viz: John Roadurmel, S. K. Gil
tor, Charles Marl, Eq., and Rt bert Mc
Villiams. On motion it was ordered that lire proceed
nil be published in Ihe County papers, af
er which the meeting Adjourned.
(Signed by the Officers.)
Hundreds of our citizens complain of de
iliiy and humour of the system, derange
lent of Ihe liver and stomach, vviu.l of iip
"lite, &c. ; they are frequently the result
f too close application, and a thousand
ther causes we cannot here name ; but we
ould say to nil so nlilieted, do us we have
one get a bottle or two of Dr. Huoflland's i
ermnri Hitlers, prepared by Dr. Jacks,, n,
id, our word for it, yon will be cured We
commend this medicine, knowing fiorn
perieoce that it is much superior to Ihe
nenility of patent medicines. We would
V to our readeiv, purchase none unless
epared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadcl
lia. m r. it i n r.
On Ihe 2Isl nil , by the R-v. A. Rivsner,
Ir. GuTTFItlKl) Rf.BoCK, to Mis Catiiaiunk
kit, both of Upper M.ihonoy.
On the same day, bv the same, Mr. Pmo.
an SriiNF.inr.K, to Mis Ciiaiu.ottk Mo.n
ki.iis, bolh of Upper Mahoiuiy.
iauxttainsaiinnmz3SWKmn.-rti : vawr irri vat
i 1 u i.
In ihis place, on Tuesday las'. WILLIAM
LLIs?ON, son of William II. Thump-on,
ed about 6 years.
In this place, on Wednesday lasl. EMMA
, daughter of Georye nod Maiy Ilcilmau,
ed 6 years and 8 months.
In this place, on the same day, CATflA
NE, daughter of Michael Young, aged
mil 4 months.
In Jackson tp., on the 29ih nit., Mr AV
IONY WOLF, nf"d 83 years, 2 mouths
it 2 days Mr. Wolf was one of the ( Id.
: settlers of Jackson Ip., hsiviiirr emigrated
III his father to litis county, in the year
75.
At Lancaster, on the 26th ult., Rev. MAR
N BRUNER. formerly n resident of this
rough, aged about 5(5 years.
M Se'i'isgrove, on th lsl insl., JACOB
SMITH, aged 56 yeais.
I)C ittavlictsi.
Philadelphia Market.
April 7, 152.
'"l.ol'K AND MkAI.. Flour is dull Sides
700 btds. mixed brands at S4 per bid;
-s for city use al S4,12. Extra llour
icld at ?4J a S5J
Ivb Flour. Is scarce, and would bring
50
.rt.v Mf.al. Last sales of fresh ground
S3.1SI.
Viikat Little oflerin" ; gales of prime
at 90 c ; while is held at 98.
tK. None airivingj last sales at 72
its.
'ors. Is dull ; sales of good old )cllow
.1 els.
ats. New Southern ere in demand at
a 40 cts.
ViusKF.y. Sales at 21 cts. in bbs. and
cts. in I: lids.
Baltimore market.
April 6, 1S51.
IRA1N. The supply of Wheat is small
Ihe last day or two. Sales of good to
no reds to-day at 87 a 90 els. ; w hile al
a 99 cts. ; and a large lot very prime
ile, laken for Shipment, al 103 els.
ales of new Corn, in good condition, al
Is. w hite, and 5U a 57 cts. for yellow
np parcels sell at 45 a 50 cts. Sales of
torn at 54 a 56 cts.
ales of Maryland Rye at 70 a 72 cent..
!e quote Oats at 34 a 35 els. fur Mary
I, and 37 els. for Pennsylvania.
I'MISKEY. Sales of Pennsylvania bbls.
li cts., and of hhds. at 21 cents.
UXDUIiV MICE GTUKliXT
hkat. - 90
E. 65
HI. ... (i'i
T. 40
TiTIIll, " - '0
TTtH. .14
... 10
nic. . . . H
its tin. - .ICO
New Advertisements.
Sl'KJNU FASHIONS.
fAHAN'S Paris, New Yor.t, and Philadel
' pliia Fashions, (Reports are published quar
,) and ready for delivery. Tho Spring i!e-
conuius a lare variety of new und perfect
Ut The plate contains twenty two figures,
ng them are accurate likenesses of Kossuth
iU ll of which fur surpass any former
jcation. JViij wrt it fntiArU If a prucli.
ud sure'""! Tailor. 'i'taMS, Cash is n
tg, svatem and uncokired plate $5 eryear,
tm'siid colored plate $8 Icr year, a re.luc-
of $1 for cah. Colored plate, Fultern
el nd Book of rxplunutioiis, and directions
liuingu,, r Y MAHAX.
Sll Chestnut Ptu Phjlidclriliia.
iirthW, 155.- It,
ict of cttcv5
HIM AIM NO IX THE POST OFI H E AT
SI .MJIK1, Jtlnrcli 31, 1V2.
A
Arnold Joseph
B
Brown Henry
Ham hart Michael
Berger Elisabeth.
Brewer Geo W
Breymier Gollleib
0
Cnmpbell Simeon
Chnmberlin Joseph
Coldren John
Kennedy David It
Katlerrnnii Andrew
L
Loudon Asa
M
McMichnel Chris'pher
Melvin I'eler
Metier Enoch
MeAudrew James
Mnnz Alexander
Moore Isaac
ffloyer Henry L
D
tt
Dunklcbi-iyer Samuel Qnickley John
E
R
Eckbert W F
F
Fisher John 11
0
Gass Marrin
Gass Hem v
II
Ilober Bt'lij
lline Samuid
Howard Aaron
Repsher Peter
Raker Cnnrnd H
Robeus Henry
S
Sheovcr Hiram
7
Wolf Peler
W.-bb Mr Rev
Woodrow John
Weitzel Wm
Y
Vo.vlheimer Geo
R. B. PACKER, P M.
IIST OF LETTERS
It Iv MAI MIX ft IX Till-: l'OST OITK'K
At Northumberland, March 31, 1C52.
. A
Adam Nel-on
B
Bulls Bryan .1
Buyer Mis Mary
lleairher Mis Mmy
Brills James I)
Biouse Daniel
Babcock Anson
c
Crowe Thomas
Campbell Jackson
D
DolTy James
Diehl 1'iaiicis
Pullman Enis
E
Early libit" irelt
F
Forks Georne
Kinder Hiram
KiMiiot Henry
Fullmer Joseph
Fieese Isaac
G
Gelchell James M
Grible Maiy Jane
Gibbons Snau
II
lloorne Henry
Hoover Wm
J
Jackson Samuel M D
Johnson Susannah
Johnston Parley
K
Kill Samuel
Kaufman Daniel
Kutzner Edwaid 2
M
2 Mills dipt A J
Marklu Win 3
3 Morrison J II
Miller Hachael
McMahon Bud-ret
Mastidlo Jacob
Mi Fadden Fiiiucis
P
Poising Elizabeth
R
Robbins Daniel
Randolph Edward
S
Seamen Zaclmtiah 2
2 Sieinrm k Ann
Seveson Samuel 2
Sanders Jos
Scot I Win G 2
Spalding Jesse
Slock Levi 2
VT
Wiiliirns Richard
Went Freilerick
Wrocl; Jacob
MARGARET WEIMRH, P. M.
An1 HALS I
TJnflf.f. be hel l for the several Town- j
') ships and joroiii;li in the County of
orl llOni Itt.i l:i nil !.l Hit. ( iimriiksioi.ii'tt (if.1
lice in Suiibury on the ilavs folluwing, lo
; xvi: : !
1. ('hi!iii!i'pic township, April 20lh. j
2. Mill'in l!oroii;!i, ' "
i 3. Tm-Liit township, " " !
; -I. Di l.iuaru " ' "
! 5. 1. 1 wis " " " j
fi. Lower Muhonny, " 21st. I
7. Jackson lnwnship, " ' j
' H. I ppcr Malionoy, " " !
' 0. Little " " " ;
1 0. ( 'mil township, " " I
.11. CantcriM! ' " j
12. Saanitikiu "
13. Lower A'.ijusta,
I I. Upper Aii'.'ustn, " 22ml. j
: IS. Suiiliury lloiounh, " ' j
10. llnsh township, " ' i
17. Point " " "
: IS. Northumberland ISnmush, " "
AVILLIAM WILSON, )
; CHRISTIAN ALIJKKT, Connn'rs.
CIIAKLLs WISAVKK, )
Siinl.orv, April H, 1S.VJ. 3.
I'tr.l? of JOSEPH FOLK, Dec-d.
TVOTM'K is hereby Riven thnt letters 'i'esta-
incntiy huvo been nranled to the sobsi'iibt r
on the rslale of Joseph Folk, oVc'il., late of Low
er Aujcsta townsl ip, Noi ihunibcrland rountv.
All persons indebted lo said estate or having
claims against the same, are requested to call on
the sii'.isciibi r for settlement.
PKTliK CON HAD, (son of Pe'.cr.)
I Lower Augusta, March 27. 1852. tit.
( II K M' V.'ATCHKS.
I JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE.
A lil'.F.AT ItCUCC'TION' IN I'RICKs!
' Twenlu jt cent, nt Irasl lets frn i erer have
been y. Id in the United States !
' T-iOl.l) LEV FU WATCHES, full
j SijJ jewelled, 18 karat case on!v $30
1 Kindly sold for !S33. I
j GOLD LEI'INK WATCHES, 18 ka- '
I rat i use, jewelled, " 21 '
j SILVER LEVER WATCHES, full i
jewelled, " M
1 Usually sold for $1S. j
j SILVER LEl'lNU WATCHKS.jcw- j
i eiled. 10
SILVER TEA SPOONS, per half do-
zen, 5
GOLD PENS, Silver Holders, 1
Persons wishing u Wati h or watches, or Jew
dry, can have them sent hv until, with perfect
safety, to any part of the United States or West
Indies, by first seiulhcr the amount of money.
All articles warranted as represented uboe. Or
ders from the couolrv respectfully solicited.
I'icase address post paid,
LEWIS LA DOM US, 103 Chcstn.it St.,
East Win;; of the Fianklin House.
1 1" California Gold bought, or manufactured
into Jewelry.
Philadelphia, March 20, 1S.V2 3m.
EOITItETS AND STItAW G00ES.
2 , v TOHX T. WALTON wislies to inform
,! hi custoincrs and the public, that he
is now prepared to fiiruiuli lln in with u new
and v eil selected stock of l!oM is of the new
est style, and materials, together with a variety
uf other ktiaw coo. U uiid
M 1 LLIN FRY TRIM Ml NCS.
He wilt also lie receiving throughout the season
ull the f ish und desirable klyles which he will
sell ut the lowest prices.
JOHN T. WALTON,
No. CI Norii -Jnd t., Philadclphis.
March 13, 1852 amo.
NEW MILLINEP.Y STORE,
Fawn Street, Sur.bury.
3JISS ELMs rj;TEUY,
irOULD respectfully announce to the ladies
of Sunbury und vicinity, that she has just
returned from the City of Philadelphia, and in
tend opening a new and huudsoiiie assortment of
SPRING MILLINERY,
on Saturday, April 3, ut her Store, opposite the
Iiaptisl Church, and invites the public to call and
examine her stock.
Hunl.ury. April 3, 1852. tf.
Inluriiialiua lVnnlt'd.
BN FORMATION' i wanted of William Swan
son, or hi wife, formerly Susauuuh Hall
man, by her brother, residing in McEwensville,
Northumberland county, Pa. Any information
of their whereabouts would lie thankfully receiv
ed by HENRY H. 11 ALL.MAN.
Editors ot newspapers pleaic. notice the above,
and confer a favor.
April 3, S5S.
SUN15U11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
H" ONDON HOUSE, 231 Chestnut strcrt.
UJ :rnnd SPHINU OPENING IN THE
MASONIC HALL.
Li i) ford Ernest, Importers.
L. & B. beg leave most respectfully to tender
their most grateful Bcknowleileinenls ta the la
dies of Philadelphia, for tiro liberal patronage
they have received since their commencement in
business. They now enll the attention of the
Inilies of this eilv and elsewhere, to their OPEN
ING OF 8PRINU FASHIONS, which will
take place on TUESDAY, Ihe 30th inst., in the
MASONIC HALL. Room No. 1. The princi
pal part of Ihe stock which will be exhibited lo
the public is expected in a few days by the City
of Nanrhexttr" and consists of a prent variety
of Mantillas, entirely new styles, a few cases of
w hich have already arrived. They will be found
pcrlect as rrenrds simplicity combined with style.
The atteuliiin of the ladies is especially called to
two new Mantillas called the Amelia ftunrt,
and the Dnrhrx of Fritirriiurt, w hich have been
o much odniirid in the fashionable circles of
Europe. The stock further consists of:
Rich Turk Satin, in a variety of colors.
Dress Guilds, made up and in the piece.
Robes de Chiiml rrs, diesinrr cowns, ec.
Lilile boys street und house drcs-es.
Misses do do do
Infants do rhi ,1
London and I'uris Millinery, ill bonnets, bead
dresses and caps
New SI le of Straw Goods, Ribbons and Flow,
ers.
Under Sleeves, Collars, Niirht Caps in variety.
Silk and Satin Aprons, Infant Hoods and
Cloaks.
Cutsets, in every style.
Loudon, Pans and American Gaiter Hoots Bnd
Slippers, willi iiiuny other goods too numerous
to insert.
N. !i. In order that the ladies who desire to
purchase may have every attention paid them,
mid not be crowded to excess, VIS cents will be
chartietl for admittance and a card given to each
on enlcriiiT. w Inch card will be received as cash
from purchasers.
The above oiu'iiinu w ill continue at least for
three weeks, and diiiiinj whien time, fresh arri
vals will he received by each steamer. Goods
sent to all puts of the Slates by Express. Dres
ses in re:y style made to order. Ladies' und
Children'H Under Clothim-,
Philadelphia. .March 27. 1S2. 4t.
STACK OFFICE.
WASHINGTON' HOUSE, I
SUSEUHY, PA. j
JAKES COVERT, Proprietor, I
TI'OUI.D respectfully announce that he has
' ' talcn this well knoun stand, w here hi' j
will be uralili. d to see and entertain his liieuds j
mid the travelling public ifciicr.illy. This house
is now replete with every convenience, comforla- !
Me, pleasantly located, handsomely furnished, !
well ventilated, n iidcriu r it in every respect a !
dc-irablc st ( ; in." place. j
No cNicnsc has been spared in tilt in? up this j
house. The chambers lire well furnished und i
thp tabic and bar provided with the. best the I
marmot can ulVurd. j
The stable i!ccomnio:hitions are extensive and
well calculated for travelers. j
STAGE OFFICE.
The Klaire running from Northumberland lo j
Pottsville, slop at this house, where throiiL'h and i
war tickets to Philadelphia can he obtained. '
Sunbury, March 8H, LSS2. tf.
HAF.PwI33i;a3 E00S EINDEEY. j
V. I- Ill ITKIt & CO.,
Siieeess'irs to W. I). Ilickok, mi,l Hick .k A rnatilie. I
I
TJOOK HINDERS, STATIONERS AND !
1ILANK ROOK MANUFACTURERS.
The subscriber.! respectfully inform their friends j
and the public, that they are now carrying on the !
above business al the OLD STAN 1) occupied by !
Hickok 'c Co. They flatter themselves that by I
caret!,! altculioii lo business, they will merit and j
receive a coiiiinnaiu c nf the patronage so liber- j
ally enjoyed by the old firms.
l'ariicol.ir ni lent ion will be paid to the rulini;
and bindiu.; of every description of blank books J
for b. inks, county i. ii'.-i s, merchants and private j
individual, aad cvciv variety of full and half j
bound blank bo ks. Old books, periodicals, law j
books, iniisic, newspapers. bound in any
pattern and in tiny style required. I
In addition to the above, they have, and will j
at nil limes ki cp. a j.m i:eral assortment of STA
TION UK V, coiisi.-lins of
Letter P:j:'t,
("a;)
I r:i-in "
TnMslVr '
(. intr '
111 .lin,' "
Steel l'fllP.
Knives,
St itcH ami Pcneili.
I I IVm-ils.
I.i Iter Sla:ili,
India liul.lnT,
Wnf.rs.
it.ii 'iy,.-.
lilank I i.nts,
.oils.
I n'. 'ami.
Mo'i . Wafers,
llli.ck Ink.
Scnliii" Wn.v,
! i 1 1 1 In!.,
Cariainc Ink,
; niir Ink.
io-rs.
Ain-iiii a v ininp l'inul, llrasnrcs. r.
IT Paper ruled to pattern, and all work war
ranted and done very cheuplv.
' F. L. HITTER &. CO.
March 13, I $52. if.
ItllMtV CAKI1. CI'O. M:.VCI"1
j. ii. (iii'.si:
rorasr.ioN WW F0KVARD1XG KOISE.
GAIin, C U CO.,
Commi-sion & rorwr.rdinu Hercliants,
1!'. Snrnrs Wharf.
Will receive and sell FLOUR, GRAIN, and all
kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE und ulsu
LI MEEK.
rjARTR'ULAR attention will he given totliis
branch of the liusiness, by Lewis W. II.
(lic.-c, whii-i' whole uttenlion will he devoted lo
Ihe sale of Lumber, and will occupy all Oliice on
Ihe Falls Doik, especially for this purpose. Mr.
(iiesc's loii!; ep.( licnce, and reputation us a first
rate salesman, is a guarantee that the highest
market prices will always be obtained.
I J' Libera! Ca.'h advances made on Con
signments : but in no case will this House make
uny advances, until the Produce is received.
March 13, l!52 lino.
ijii'oiit vvr to r:ooct iirvcns.
i great sale of DOORS, damaged and soiled
by the late lire at Swaim's lluilding, Scv
enth ami Chc-tnut sts., is now in progress al
HE.NDilRSON Cv Cn.'S new liook More,
Nortiivvesl corner of FIFTH and ARCH Streets,
(ihe old stand of Mr. Ocorgc W. Child's,) 50,
IIIIU volumes of Miscellaneous Hooks, gome onlv
slightly iujureil, embracing many recent works of
Diogiaphy, History, Science, the Fine Arts, Tra
vels, Ficliou, Sporting, Ac; will lie. sold from
20 to 75 per cent below regular price.
Vtf Early application will secure the best bar
gains. HENDERSON & CO.'S
Cheap Hook More. Fiflii and Arch sts..
Late ol .-sn aim's Duildiug, ill and 'Jiicsinut.
Philadelphia, March 20, m52. It.
sprjsG iiillinery'goods;
JOHN STONE iS- SONS,
I.MI'dliTKlIS AM) DKAU'lllS IX
FRKNCH MILLINERY OlH)DS,
A'o. 45 Som7i Second Strett, Philadelphia.
I I!E now prepared tooflir to their eiistoiners
und the trade u largo and well stlectcd as
sortment of
Slim, lUblsuns & MtlUtH'ry C;ooIn.
Conlluing theniselve itcluaively to this branch
of the trade, and Imjmrtinq the larger purl of i
ttieir stock, enunies llicin to oiler an assortment
unsurpassed in extent und variety, which will be
sold at the lowcat prices and on the mot favor
able terms.
March 13, 1952. Smo.
LANK DEEDS printed on the lies! quality
- of parchment paper, sold al the lowest price
at this oliice, by wholesale and retail.
l.OU sale at this oliice, Superior Mack Ink,
Cattle Medicine at "5 otst J'ure Cuenrs of
binder, 15 cents.
'J KEASURKRS SALE
OF UNSEATED LANDS.
A GREEARLE to the provisions of sn Act of
Assembly, entitled sn set directlns the
mode of selling unseated lamia for taxes, and for
other purposes, passed on the 13th day of Marclu
1815, and the further supplements thereto pass
ed. The Treasurer of the County of Northum
berland hereby gives notice to sll persons concern
ed therein, that unless the County, Road, School
and State Isxes, due on the following tracts of un
sealed lands, situate in Northumberland county,
aro paid before the day of sale, the whole or such
parts of each tract as will pay the charges and
costs chargeable thereon, will lie sold at the Court
House in the HurnnRh of Sunbury, County of
Northumberland, on the second MONDAY in
June next, and be continued by adjournment
from day lo day, for arrearages of taxes due said
County, and the costs accrued on each respect
ively :
.No. of Acres. Tovvsiiiipi. Amoint Hus.
WAItRASTKCS NiMSt.
Aatiir l-'refterick,
A nl in lleiiiy
A1I11I1IS W'iiiiitirt
Ailaiim Tlionmi
AllalllK KlitHTt
llcllns llnuli
ItriKike Jessa
Hriuiliton llntiiel
Mower I'lirisliuu
II vln l.uke
Hail, y .Mm
lirmly W'iiljnrn P
llovilJohii
Haiti in Samuel
ltrmly .lohii
llrnily J0I111
Cisik J' lm
Cisk William
Covvletl .lolnl
Dninff t'harliil
Dnrr Jolm
D11I John
liar .Mnrv
lnr IVt.'r
I'ar laike
li.'ir Idivvrenra
I'lV'IIIIN Jl'SH'!
l-ilioti Wiaiain
Dv'miH Smith
K.i.OT 'riiiiinal
Fi'll.-r l.uke
Kite l.ukr
l'Me.'ly William fiilcmen
lliiskuis 'J'hiimas
Ifreer .laini'N
(Iri't r Tlioina
iillM-rt William
llieen William
limy Wiltiaia
lirant 'I'lioiiian
liiinlti'T AreliilinM jr
lianlncr Archibukl jr
limy Itols-rl
Ciniv lli l irl
Hall I'.ilm nil
lli'iiliuru J muss
llvrrm n Wil.iam
II ai l J .1 ,1
llotlin .lolin
llnillill l.llke
1 1 Hiiii-r Alexaniier
llefihiirri .lames
lliiiiii:in 'rtiomn
1 1 mil t Ali'.vmilrtr
Ibmmetrii-h IP.-urr
llnulz Panii I
IlliMcy lliirnaril
.leiiktnii JimifS
Irvcia lloliert
Irvvitl It.ihrrt '
.Ionian A!' vndcr
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Tv ..iii,-.l- David
Klelit lie .rue
I.ane Witlium
Lain! Mary
I .ane S nail
Snnlh l.nkin
l.nkins .Vli'eiil
Lake ItieharJ
Moj er Oeorpo
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Tacinirl John "
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Ziau'hT Ismie 44
'LTnl'ilt Peter 44
V.wuint I'eler 44
Zl-oaiftl Peter 44
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llarron John ji '
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IJ- kioih IVti-r 41
I'pt.'V Aniheve 44
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Irvviti Itohrrl 44
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JACOB YOTNO,
Treasurer of Northumberland county
Punhury, March SO, 1S."2 4t.
Xlmv t'sirpet Store.
3AILST h, BS-CTEE?.
"B jffTAVING irinde extensivo alteration in their
li .vtore, and increased their facilities for
DuKincK. v.'nuld invite the attention of purcha
ser to their large assortment of
Eniili.-h Tapestry, "
" lirussels, I
Super Ii.arain, j- CARI'ETINGS.
44 Imperial 3 Ply, V
Plain ec Twilled Venetian J
KI.OOU Oil, CLOTHES of every width.
Civriis Mattinos of tiny style and quality
imported. As these goods have been purchased
fur tuih, und we intend conduction our Uusiucs
on Tin: ('asm 1'iiiM ipi.k purchasers may re
ly upon olitatllina baruains.
BAII.EV & D ROTH E It,
Imjiorter and vtanufacture of Cnrpetintis
Twellth it Market St., Huladeliihia.
March 20, 1H5J 3m.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
t!M:i.i:s v. n:i:n5it & to.,
(LATi: l'Hr.K.MAN, IIODGMS k CO.)
IMl'OllTKIlS AM) JOlJllEIiS,
144 Broadway,
One door Suuth of Liherty St., A'rur York,
HAVK now on li;i1, iinil will lie receiving daily through
tlie t-nai, .New (JihkIii. direct 1'roin the Karepeaa
niaimlactiirerN, nail nuih Auctions, rich, liishtonalile, laiwy
Si.k Millmi-ry liiHMUi Our Mock of Hieh Kiblninp, r in-priM-c
e fry varirl) uf Ihu lateal and moat beautiful dcsigus
lm;i iitetl.
iManv of our po- (U are iiifttinfueturnl esprrssly to our
order, trom our own deim iiml intterili, anil nmd uitri
vailed. We otS-r our itikhI lor nett t.'unli, ut lower prices
limn liny eredit limine in Ainerieu cun alfisd.
All purehas.'r will find it grautly lo their iutercit to re
set ve u v irtion nl' their money anil muke aelccliolul Uoiu
our irreal vnrieiy iH' neh cheap po."'-
HilihinN rich i'. Hi.uneia, t'a, ferHheand Bella.
lioiiuel Silk, Satins. Criiei, l.iweaand Tarlelou.
I'anhroidi'ric, Colboi, Cliemi aettii, Ciitea, lierlluia
lluliili. Sleeve. Cud. hrftirui)!l, and liiktirlinpa.
Kmi.roKierid Ueviero, and HeinatiUjii Cambric
lliinilkereiiu-la.
Ulomlt HluHion, and Flmhniirtered lrea for Cnpi.
Kaiilir.mtered Ijieea lor Shawl, Muulill ia. nnd Veils.
IIoiiiIihi, Meehlen. Vnlencinea, and UrunJW I Area.
Knirliali uwl Wove Thread, Smyrna, Jjala Wbread, and
Colrou Ijiccb.
Kid, Ule Thread, Bilk, and Sewing Silk, Glover and
Miu.
frenrh and American Artificial Flowers.
French jw.e. KuplliUi. American, and luUmn.
ctrHW ItiHiurtaaiid Triiiimiiiua.
New V"ik, March 20, Ib52 -3rn.
filAKKIAGE CETIF1CATE3 handwmely
T executed for stile at this office, simrle or
1 by the iotn,
CLOTHIlTCr WAREHOUSE.
WMOLESALB AND RETAIL.
j. y. $ K. 1). 8TOKKS,
No. 194 Market Street, South side, First belw
Siith Street,
rniliADELPHIA.
o
l)D FEI.IOWS and Masonic Regalia of
every variety, suited to tho various ranks
and orders, constantly on hand. Also, a large
and extensive stock of fashionable
ltcutly Made Clolliing,
manufactured by the liest of workmen, and from
the newest style of Goods, nf late importation, at
greatly reduced prices. They have also a lara;e
and well selected assortment of Piece Goods, of
English, French and German Fabrics, of new
and beautiful Patterns, which they will make to
order in the most approved and fashionable man
ner, and in u superior style of workmanship.
February -IK, IS.'iS. 4mo.
Vni. II. ROCKEFELLER,
ATTORNBIT AT LAW,
SUARHJESY, VA.
Dee. 13. 1851 If.
WIl. McCARTY," Bockellor,
rtltO tOVJ A Y, Kl'lIIT'KY, l'A.
n AS just received and for sale, Purdons l)i
(rest of Ihe laws of Pennsylvania, edition of
1831. price only Sfi.OI).
Judge Keads edition of Iilnckslone Commen
taries, in 3 vols. H vo. formerly bold at $10.01),
and now ollcrcd (in fresh binding) at the low
price of Sli.llO.
A Treatise on the laws of Pennsylvania re
specliiu; tho estates of llcccdclits, by Thomas F.
Gordon, price only 31,(10.
Kossuth and the lluutrnriiiti war: eomprisinj
a complete history of the late utrusale for freedom
of that country, with notices of Ihe lending chiefs
and statesmen, who distinguished themselves in
council and in the Held, containing '.88 pages of
interesting matter with authentic portraits.
Kossuth's address to the people of the 1'nitcd
States, with a portrait, printed on broadcast, and
put on rollers after the manner of maps, price
only 50 cents. Washington's farewell address,
unifon ! style with the iibovc.
February, SI, 15C. tt.
S 1.000,0011 Saved Yearly by Purchasing
SILVER'S IIIIJERAL PAINTS.
("Pill' vvoiv'erof tlf Hire, nnlnre's own productions
L Th.se I'aiiilB differ from nil ntliera In the market;
Ihev rue not clnvs : ll.ev reip.ire lirtle Oil. How easily, and
cover with II henviel llv lhan while lead. They neither
crack nor peel, mill dry readily, making nil JonaMKL or
Stok.
i'UI.OHS We have aeven difTereiit colors, viz : three
Urown. two 'li"e'lute. IPaek inal Yellow, undbyeoin
lilniilli'ii lll.i!.e eviM'V carietv llllil shade of color.
litiliy 'I'I,. re j'.iintu are tn'rior in UhIv (or e ver
inc pr.ii.i.Tlv) to uny yet diseova-ted. nnd iiound lor jiound
will i-over ilollUc lh : surface of white lead, zinc, or olhtr
liie:al:ie Painls.
lUO.V To Iron Ibey furninli n perfect nrotcclioii
nirainrtl ru.!. f r ltn:V cJiilnin no metal, which lil.e vehile
lead nets dcn'niel ively en ihe iron; in fact tins Paint
m ikes ir I aitiK' valuable for hnildimr iiurpises.
UilK'lv W Oltlv Tliev eve lo h u-e walls a ninh
heavier eoriiinir thim oi,cr iiaintB. ami if fan .line is requir
ed. ie Ihini; holils i lii inly or finish' so well with it.
Old) lit 'CI S (live us ii root, never ao old and leaky.
Silver'! Mineral PnnitH will make it cheaply new und
lll.iie I'llituraiu ll'ail 11 ever was.
SlllI'Mliiimr Ihis extra ordinary Mineral us we prepare
itfirtlietn. vvnl I prsil" uiraiiiat Ihe nc'.ion ol hot aui.a
W'lrius aid h ih water.
( Pn'AI.ISIt and Hl ll.lll'.!!? ore invited to make
strict scrutiny int tlie merits o'' tl.eie Pain's. They will
rind a very irreal reduction niiulit he imule III the cost ol
pain. liar. ' Tiiese Paints urn purely mineral ; nil eliiVHiliid
oilier impuritl! me wnshed mil III pre(mlliia ineru 101 ine )
market. Tln-v est Iml half Ihe tice(,f white lead, nnd
the s-ii iiiiutilv will eovir twice he surface, mid la.-t
aix times ua I n.' which in lael reduces tho price to o
twelfth. Climate has no ea'eet on this Paint, nnd is equally
Vahialile in the e-i, 1'aiilldas or our funny I'lorilla.
IHKI I I luvs I'se l.insceil Oil. mix as thick ns
vo u. anil uc ns other pain's. The'C l'ninls need but
little drver. and f I pr iil' und second eoatinil in rill
liou vv irk they will he found far cheaper tin I in 're dura
ble lhan lend.
Dealers and consumer mu procure litis Psmt wlcleFnle
and retail "f I'lil'M'll A' HUH AIM'S.
X. W. Corner lO'.h nutl Market Sis.. Philadelphia.
rieueinl Wli-dearili! A'.-'nts : nls I inporters of Plate and
Colored Window Oh,' lea!v:a in Drugs, l'ain'.s, &c.
Match I.I, l-V.'. .'lino.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY AliD GUNS.
:'c.t 31 tV 33 Muriel Street,
rriILA3LP ITIAs
rjAHU sulsciibcrs would call the attention of
luivers lo their stock of Hardware, consisting
of Table and Pocket Knives. Guns, Chains,
I. oi ks, Ilo'loware, &e.. Ac. W'c would rcconi
mend lo all, our
Kiiciless Cltiiin Vumps,
a new article now gclt'in?; into general use which
we enn fiiini-h complete at about one hall the
price paid for the old style Pump, also a new ar
ticle of I'lK C Dlllir (.Oi k's, each
Lock suited either for rh.'lit or left hand doors,
willi mineral or white knobs.
Our stock of CslUlvi is larRC and well select
ed, romprisinff sintjle and doulde luirrcls, Himlish
and German make. All poods can be returned
if not found lo be as represented. Country mer
chants would do well to call on us before pur
chasing elsewhere.
Wheelwrights and carriapo makers supplied
with goods suited to their business, hv calling on
W. H. & (i. W. AU.K.X.
Xos. 31 A: 33 Market Street, Philadelphia.
February, 21, ISiS Gmo.
IIARRISBTJRG STEAM WOOD
mniMMl AXIJ SCKOI.I, SAWING
-- SHOP. Wood Turninr; in all its branches,
in city style and at city prices. Kvery vnrieiy of
Cuhinct and Carpenter work cither on hand or
turned to order.
l!cd Posts, Ualusters. Rosetts, Slat and Quar
ter Mouldings, Table I.crs, Newell Posts, Put
Icrns, Awning Posts, Wairon Hubs, Columns,
Kotitid or Octatron Chisel Handles, Arc.
IV This shop is in STKAWBKKRY AI.
I.EV, near Third Street, and as we intend lo
lease ull our customers who want pood work
done, it is hoped that all the trade wil' give us a
cull.
I.i?" Teu-Pins and Ten-Pin Ball made to or
der or returned.
The attention of Cabinet Makers and Carpen
ters is called to our new style of TWlsT
MOU.UINGS. Printer's II islet a ut l per 100
feet. W. O. HICKOK.
rehruary 7, 1852 ly.
MACKEBEL,
SHAD, CODFISH,
SALMON.
HEKBINGS,
POKK.
HAMS AND SIDES,
Slllll l inlfs.
Constantly on hand
nnd for sale bv
J. PALME It iV Co..
f Market St. Wharf,
PHILADELPHIA.
LAUD AND CHEESE. J March 13, '5S.-3m
Bonnets, Hats and
Millinery (lootls!
MERCHANTS and Milliners when in Phil
adelphia to purchase their good, will find
it to their interest to examine our large and fash
ionable stock of
STRAW GODES.
We manufacture largely and 1 mi-out the
Ntwr.T SrrLi or
Foreign Fabric
in our line ; which together with other advanta
ge enable us to oiler lilieral inducements to
lit ri.u.
It. A. CKOOKEU, & CO.,
Nos. 47 and 40 Chestnut Street, and No. S6
South Second Street, west side, near Chestnut,
Philadelphia.
December S7, l3l. ly.cf.
WANTED TO BORROW
rpWELYE IU NDHED DOLLAR i lwo
-- sum of six hundred dollar each, lor which
good freehold security will be given. Addreas
M. W.
Sunbury, Feb. 29, 185'.' tf.
SMITH'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GIN-
GElt, a freh supply just received, and for
sale by II. B. MASSER.
Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1853.
EE BILLS. Justices and Cun.table Fee
Bills handsomely printed pneaid paper, for
ti tt thisotfice.
"AID AND C0MI0RT,"
lo Yocir Own 'JTIcch.niici.
GEOUGE KENX.
MAXC'fACTl REU OF
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS
Of the most Fashionable Style.
'"THE subscriber respectfully cnlls the attention
of the public to his hirrjc and splendid assort
ment of every quality slid price of
VAHIXI3T-WAIII'..
which cannot fail to rciommend Itself toevery one
who will emtniine it, on account of its durable
workmanship nnd splendid finish, made up of the
best stock lo he had in the city. No eliort is
spared in thn manufacture of his ware, and the
subscrilier is determined to keep up with the
marry improvements which are constantly being
made. His slock consists of Mahogany
Sola, CsivmtM nnil I.ounc4",
Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards,
SOF.t, DIIEAKFAST AND DIMM. T.1SLES,
and also VENETIAN BLINDS, eipial to Phila-
dclphia manufacture.
BEDSTEADS, of every pattern and price,
Ct'PROATlDS. WOIHC AXD CANDLE
STANDS. TOII.KT TABLES AND
EXTENSUIN" TABLES,
in short, every article in this line of his business,
lie also manufactures all kinds and qualities of
CHAINS,
including varieties never before to be had ir
ISuirbury, such as MtnotiANr, Blacu Wuvi-t
ivii CtiiLKii Maplk Gukciax ; ami Win I. son
CHAIKS, ami VAM-r Piami Stools, which are
of tho latest styles, and warranted to lie excelled
by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere.
The subscriber is determined that there shall
be no excuse for persons to ptirchaso furniture in
the cities, as every confidence can be entertained
about the quality and finish of his ware ami
Chairs.
His articles will 1 disposed of on as good
terms as they can he purchased elsewhere. Coun
try Product) taken in paviiirnt for work.
r?T I NDEIiTAKINt;. Having provided
himself with a handsome II ki list., ho is now
prepared for I ndertakiiiir. and attention; funer
als, in this vicinity, or ut any convenient dis
tance from this place.
ry The Ware Room is in Market Street,
below Thompson's tStore and Weaver's Tavern.
GKOIvGE KENN.
Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1852 tf.
books i: i, 1. 1; it ,
Brctndwny,
BOBUEY, PA.
TUSST received nnd for sale, a fresh supply of
for f-'inpina; Schools, lie is nlso opening at
this time, a larjre assortment of Books, in evcrv
branch of Literature, consisting of
Poetry, History, Novels, Homauces, Scientific
Works, Law, Medicine, School and Children's
Books, Bibles; School, Pocket nnd Family, both
with and without Ihirav hi:;s, ami every of vari
ety of Hilidinir. Prayer Books, of till kinds.
Travels. Yoyiincs and Adventures, all ol
which will be sold low, either for cush, or coun
try produce.
Sunbury, Jan. 31, 1j-.j2 tf.
THE GERMAN
WASILINCI roWDUI.S
tSfi considered by thousands who have tested it,
as being the greatest
Scientific Wonder of the. World!
Entirely doinj; away with that laborious auJ in
jurious practice of rubbing Ihe
CLOTHES vi'u.N nn: WASIIBOAUD,
And a (:reat savin ; of
TIME, LAIJOU AND EXPENSE.
N. B. To prevent fraud and imposition, (for
many arc trying to palm oil' article put up like
mine.) Ihe" Proprietor. I. P. HOVT, will put
his V KITTEN SIGNATI'P.E on the top la
bel of every Package. And he only asks an
tuliglitriiti! I'ullir not to confound
Tin: ;i:ni.N yvasiiim; powdi i-.s
willi others that are in the miuket.
It is put up in Packages w illi full directions,
and sold nt the nominal price nf 12) cents.
It" PK1NTEKS will Iiml it (trcatlv to advan
tage to purchase those Powders to cleanse thsir
TYPES AND HOLLERS,
being a very superior article for that purpose.
Manufactured only by I. P. HOYT. at his
Laboratory nnd Principal Depot, No. 10 South
Fifth Street, Philadelphia.
Wholesale and lie tail Agents : Henry Masser,
Sunbury ; S. B, Dciiorinandie, Northumberland.
Ki'incmhcr the name
GEB.MAN WASHING FI.l'ID.
All letters to be post paid.
November 22, ls.1I. Ohio.
J O II A A. II A It'll I S',
Manufacturer, & Dealer in
Imported and Domestic Sejars,
Also, a general assortment of
I.ral'sSi IrHuiUil'.H Icirctl Tobarro,
CONSTANTLY on hand, at the lowest mar-
kct price. Corner of Cl.ei.tnut St., and
harves, Pluladelpbia,
Dcccniber '.
IS.jI. 1 v.
E. S. JOKES & CO.,
CORNER of Fourth nnd Race Streets. Pub
lishers of the Model Architect, l.vSAMl'EI.
SLOAN, Architect, to be completed in 2 1 month
ly parts.
The above work is diVemcd to meet the w ishes
not only of those directly interested in buildings,
but of all who desire the advancement of this no
ble art in our country, and wish to cultiv ate their
tastes and aeipuiiiitauce v illi architecture. Tile
handsome Inulini r in w hich it is prepared und
embelli-hcd, renders it a tasteful ornament for
Ihe drawing-room, while ils accurate delineations
give it the highest practical value.
No. 1. 'i &3 now ready lor delivery.
Prico 50 cent per number. Address as
above, post paid.
May :i, 1S31. lv. Dec. '0. 1S51.
ATTCPslTZT i.T LAV.
Office in Miirl.it street Snnhury, opposite
' ir- r..i.,i i
II on o IIUIO J
El'SINESS will be promptly attended to in
the Countie of Northumberland, I'nion,
Columbia and .Montour.
Snnhury, Oct. 11, 1S.11. ly.
THOMAS PALMER,
CO Ji: MISSION' JIKKCIIAXT,
No. 6, North Wharves,
Where tho following rjooil are received and sold
on conimission,
Dried Apples, Peaches, Plum, Pear, Cherries,
A c., Green Apple in Barn I or by the Bushel,
Beans, Peu, Cranberries, Onions, Mercer Po
tatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Shclburks, Chestnuts,
Ground Nut, Oranges, Lemons, Baisins, Kis.
Prunes, Grapes, Poultry, Ejjirs, Butter, Cheese.
And ull kind of Portion and Domestic Pro
duce. Philadelphia, Dec, 13, 1S51 ly.
OLD PENS with nnil without rflftCx. nf a
H very superior ipialitv. just received.
A I. V i. ,.. . t vi :.: i'i..: I c. I.
-.au m lieaii aiiiujr ui iiiiuiz r lino, iim n.uo
by H. B. MASSEI!.
Sunbury , Dec. 27, 18.M.
It
AOKS. A aupciior article for sale at th
store of IIEAU lAOOt.iv.
Sunbury. Feb. 18, 18 50
HAND BILLS neatly printed on new type
promptly neculed t this oirice. Al'
blanVs, of all kinds on superior paper,
unbury, Feb. li, 185'-'.
"TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
L. PELOUZK'S
Philadelphii Typd Foundry.
fircnt Itrdiictloii In TyM?n
milE undersigned hegs leavs lo cull th '
-B- lion of Printers snrl Publishsrs to Ik r"
re lured prices of his I yps, vn i
Tcarl. 81,08 Minion,
Agate, 72 Drcvief,
Nonpareil, S I'outgroii,
Lone Primer. 34 Small Pisa,
41
43
1
I
Pics. 30,
and all other type in proportion. But "lsmjj
to encourag cash payments, tin) subsenhsf will
make a still larger deduction of from 1 t 1
per cent, for cash. Havim? greatly enlarged and
improved hi establishment, he Mailers himself t
be nble lo supply his customers with greater des
patch than most of his competitors. He has
constantly on hand Cases. Chases, Composing
Sticks. Stands, Brass and Wooden Galloys, and
nil oilier materials used in Printing; Office.
All orders thankfully received nnd promptly at
tended to at the North West Corner of 3d 1
Chestnut streets. L. PELOUZE.
N. B. Old Type Inkcn In er.change for dsW
nt nine cents per pound.
Philadelphia, Dec. 20, 1S.1L- tf.
MOHK (lOOI) NEWS!!
IIORE HEW GOODS ! !
JOHN YOUNG,
MAS just received and opened a fresh ani
general assortment of
Pall and Winter Goods,
of the newest nnd best styles, consisting in part ef
D2tv c.oous, t;i!0 i:5ili:s,
CTJEENSWARE.
Hardware Iron nnil Mcil, Nails, U.,
ALSO:
SILK AND SLOUCH HATS, MILITARY
AND CLOTH CAPS.
Gum Shoes, Pish, Salt, &o.
All of which he will sell at lbs most reasonable
prices for cash or country produce.
(ive him n cull und try his prices.
Sunbury, Nov 2'J, 1S51.
MORE
NEAV GOODS!
& GRANT.
pESPECTFKLLY inform the publie and
'the rest of inankiiid," that they have ie-
ceived a large assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
of every variety of style, consisting in part of
line assort inent of
Cloths, Ctisrimercs, Merinos, Hfoussclint it
Lains, Calicoes, Muslins, Lhecks,
and every vSiicty of Dry Goods.
Also a large assortment of GIIOC'EHICS,
SITU AS
Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spices
of all kinds.
Also an assortment of
EARDWAEE and" QUEEN3WARE,
Fish, Salt and Plaster.
Also a trcsh supply of
Ulll'CS AND MKIirlXKS.
ry Country produce of ull kinds taken in ev
chan.'e at Ilie highest market price.
Sunbury, Nov. tf, 1851.
NEW GOODS !
J. II. KAIWMAX
At His fv More in Hullowini Rnn,
pESPECrFI.'I.LY informs his friends and
customers, that he has just received a new
slock ol irooils. which hu uli'crs to the publie
al the lowest pi ices, viz:
Tall usid Wlnler KJrj Good4,
Sl'CH AS
Chillis, Cassimercs, Sattinetls. Merinoi,
Mmisstline De Lames, Flannels
and every variety of sood suitable for the season.
Also Silk Hats, Caps, Ac.
ALSO : An assortment of Hardwure.
A Lsi):
All Kinds, of (iroceries.
A I.SO :
A variety of Quecnsvvure, Crockery, &.
Besides a variety of other articles, suitable lot
farmers, eve.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange br
soods at the highest market price.
Hollowing Bun, Oct. V.r), 1H51. tf.
riicnbc Pire & Thief Proof Iron Chssta.
fits 'JriZ ! ?.tJr'
lyARHANTED to stand erjtial heat with
any other Chests in the country, and ta
defy the Burl.is' ingenuity. Maiiul.ictory, No.
Ml liudsou's Alley, runiiini; between Third and
Fourth si reels, south of Chesnut, and ill the
rear cf the Girard Bank.
M. iV. S., the proprietors, are Practical Me
chanics, and feel com. lent, from lon experience
in the uianul'acture ol' Iron Chests und Safes, and
u special :it 'cut ii m to this particular branch, uf
-mil.,' satisfaction to all who may give them s
call.
N. B. We have selected one of the beat mir.
ends ever used as a iioucimluctor of heat ut
this business, und we warrant our Chests and
S'.li to be made of the la-st material and in Ihe
n.ost durable maimer, and lo sUuJ any Imat
that can he applied to llicin.
MII.NOB & SHAW,
Manufactory No. Iil Hudson' Alley.
Buiinini; between llrd and 4th streets, S of Ches
nut, in the rear of Girard Bank.
Philadelphia, Oct. So, 1S51. ly
J. 1. BITTERICIT,
A'o 7S Xortk S' '(., Ltlu-ern Arch and 7.'a Sln
PHILADrLrillA.
HEREBY informs the public that lie import
and constantly keeps on hand at his new
store. No. 78 North Sd St., a lurcc assortment of
Fori'in Fancy (loods,
Musical Jnnlrumtnfs, Picture V Painli,
which he will sell at the lowest prices.
His stock, in part, consist of, Acconleons,
Violins. Music Bo.es, Parlor and Bar Room Or
San, Mclodcon, Seraphiuc, Mulheinalical In
struments, Manuel, Spy and Opera Glasses,
Stuliooerv of all kinds, Pocket Book, Bronte
Powder, Dutch McUl, G..U and Silver Leaf,
Scale of all kinds, Snu.T and Tobacco Boies,
Lithographic Paint, Copiwr Plate slid Steel Eu
pruvim;, and picture of every vuriety. Ale
Gilt Frame Mouldimr of variom size.
Dealers, Country Mcrcliatils, aud Pedlars, sap
plied St reasonable prices.
December "!0, 1SS1. tf.
4 RNOLD'S WRITING FI.l'ID snd Adhs-
i sive snd legal envelope, for sale by
II. B. MASSER.
Sunbury, nr 10, 1852.-
fjvlssl E PAPER. Yellow Tissue psper r
I coveriri glasses, 4c, for sale at the ollicctf
th American.
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