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A STRING OF IT ISMS. Ercnr madman btlieret all other men mad. Tub cost of Girard College was $1,933, 821 Tmb beginning nf knowledge ia the fear of God. Th poultry in the United StalM is Talued at ft 1 2,000,000. Tm Clay Monument, now erect in? in Pottville, will be finished by the 4th of next July. The time from Buffalo to Philiulflphia. via Cleveland ia 32 hours. Faro S 15. Tiifri; are a great number of bad bills in circulation just now. Look sharp. Abd-pI Kader voted for Louis Napolunn. Gratitude ! The Chcanut Street Theatre, Philadel phia, was sold, on the tSih insl., cash, for 585,000 A freo person of color cannot purchase) a class of liquor, in North Carolina. Tliu law forbids it. Strawberriks, grown in th opm nir, were picked at Wilmington, Delaware, last week. Chang, one of the Siamese twins, it is said, favored Pierre at the lulu elect inn while Eng was for Hale. A wife who knows how to make shirts, may render herself very eeiviceabls to her husband. The fat Ox that took the prize) at the late Kentucky State Fair, weighed three thousand two hundred and fifty pounds. A Puzzler for the Postmasters. A let ter in the post-office, intended for Eunice Brown, was directed as follow : "You Ness broughn." The office of the Central Railroad Com pany ha been removed from Harrisburg to Altoona, Blair county, a town recently laid out at the foot of the Allegheny mountain. The money disbursed by Louis Napoleon during his month's tour, exceeds thirty-one million of francs, ot a million and a quarter aterling. The Buffalo Express relates, that recently a glutton in that city, in the space of forty five minutes, swallowed 153 clams, 70 oys ters, and four glasses of gin. Ia Milford, Mass., there are many young men at work on boots, who make one hun dred dollars per month ! The New Yoik Independent next year is to be edited anonymously the only way, in the opinion of its conductors, it should be edited. The Milwaukee News stvs that Justice Walworth, of that City, has brought G57 suits against persons who have violated the liquor law. Rev. H. W. Boecher's lady has presented him with five little responsibilities in a little better than one year two soon after the ar rival of Kossuth, and three "the other day " Capt. Diane, who was killed by the ex plosion of the Geneva, above St. Louis, ef fected an insurance of 85000 on his life only a short lime previous to his death. The forest correspondent of the Boston Atlas says that the following is the best thing that has been written on the recent plagiarism from Thiers by D'Israeli : In sounding great Wellington's praise, Pizzy's grief end hie truth both appear, For great flood of tsars (Thiers) he leu fall, Which were certainly meant for sincere (ftaiul-Srr. Drunkards disgrace themselves, their fa milies and friends, neighbors and country. With drunkenness comes profanity and vul garity, error and crimes, a slim purse, a hun gry stomach, and a cold bed disease, woei and death. The Cecil Democrat stales th.it last week a young lady of that county, in a fit of tie peration produced by a love cross, plunged headlong into a well, but was fortunately rescued by her lover. A young lady, of "sweet sixteen," with blue eyes and dark brown hair, advertises in the Louisville Courier for a husband. She speaks French and plays the piano. A young man who is handsome and agreeable is all she wants. Messrs. Reeves, Buck &. Co., of Phccnix ville, are making extensive preparations for extending their business, owing to the in creased demand for iron. They are re-con-structing a large building for a machine shop, kc. Tremendiou Loss. The total loss of pro perty by fires, in California, during the past thiee years, is estimated at sixty-six millions of dollars'. We suppese one third that amount woule be a liberal allowance, but even this amount is a severe loss. The "Air Line" Railroad wa put under eontracl last weak, from New Haven, Conn., to the Rhode Island line. The terms are, one third cash, one third stork, and one third bonds. Aggregate, $2,200,000. The road is to be finished in one year from the date of contraet. . . i t-nesier eounty mining company, during the past year have mined a id raised 4-li tons of lead ore ; their smelting works have smelted from their own mines, 1,014, 923 lbs of ore, and 474,758 lbs. purchased Jrom the Wheatly and Montgomery mining companies, making 1,489,675 lbs., cimal to . - il. r i cos gross tuns, ia ids., iroin Mtucn was produced 334 tons, 79 lb., lead, and 8,564 lb, of litharge. Stitching Show by Machinery A Bridgewater correspondent of the Plymouth Memorial, state that the introduction of ewing machine for stitching shoes is be coroinz auite common. One establishment in Abiifton uses no less than six. It mid that an operator, with the machine, will atiich in a dav more than ten lime the amount usually oocompiished by a "stitch er." and that the cost js very mateiiully reduced. JSmJEL Km CHERRY PECTORAL: Far she Cure mt COUGHS, OOX.D3", H0AR82NSSS, BROXT OHZTIS, GROUP, ASTH MA, WHOOPING. OOUOH AND CONSUMPTION. Mutiy yntxi f triit), Instcnd of Impairing the public pom-fiilt-itcc in Oiifl rmitirinf, hus won Tor it an airrcintiii, mid n itrit-ly by fur rxrcctiug the most Kinjruiiie expecte ti of iu liirmlp. Nothing but lis intrinsic virtue) and the nniiiuital-cHble tauHit rniiiitrrcd on ttmuKiurifi nl stiiTcr 'ig, could uripinnte nl nmiiitniu the repti.Hii.ni it riij-iyn. While in-iny mieri"T rincdirs (brunt upon Chd cnintmiiti'ty, hove failed and liven iiaoimlf.il, this lent gninnl triendn by every trinl, cnniYriitl .mirtitii tn thfttllliried they ran nev rr foiyft, nnd pmiiuml cures too mitm-rous and rcmurktv blc in b t org' Htm W litic it is n i run. I mi ihcpnbli' to pretend thut niiy one iiM'difin- wiii iin:tl'il!y cure still tin n- i? nltim!.tnt proi' Unit the CimnBY I'rt'TtniAL d -c-i not tmlv a ct-nrnil .himr.hut tit,:i -i iuviiiiubly cure the tiuilutliis lor whirls il is ciiil til. Ah limr m tfcru llir fnrts wi-'rr nnd beitrr ktrnvn, this mi'iliciii- h.is prjtdiinlty In r'ntin thu best relinmru of the niiiictr.l, ft mi tin.- l-tjr cabin it' the Amyriiim IV-taint, to ttir pnl :irti nf i:urib' mid Kinis. Tlirouchout this cnliie c 'uutiv, in even' ltnto, citv, und indent nlmi'St every hmnlct it r 'iit:ii,.r CnrPFY Pw-tohal is known ns the .et retnody extant fur disnsi's nf the Thront nnd Ionics, nnd in tunny foreign tiimnlri, it is romitift to be rxtrn sivrly nrr"l,y th ir ni.iet iidellipmt I'hytieinns. In liient Hrilaiti, I'mnre nnd Ctcrnuiin. wln-re the medrenl wifiiec linve reaehed their highest pcrt'if'thm. Ciikrrv Iectobal is int n win fi'd. and in r imtaut um in the Aimirs, lltwiit tnls, Alms Houses, Public Insiiuti'Mi', nnd in d 'inpsiic prnctit'c. as the s:ire;t remedy their nttrnttintr IMiysieians ran enipl i'nr the uvre dani'ious nrFcrtions of the luups. A 'so hi inititcr i:ises( und for children it is sife, phitant. and eircetual to cure. In tact, me of the most tlntd-rinp tt-ttiii'iiion we receive have brn from pnrents whn Imv f itiutnl it vineaci us lit cases particularly ineiden- tni tn emiiiiiuod. The C'iigfkt PrcToKAi. is ninnuf;irtnriil by a pinctu-nl Chemist, and evry auiee of it uudt-i liis own ei e. wilh invuriiible nornrncy and care. It is srak-d and (Tttpctrd by law from c 'iintrn'cits, ctuisrquenlly can be relied on ns genuine with ml ndultrraliou. We have end-avnrrd here to furnish the community wilh n medicine cf sm-h intrinsic suptrioriiy and worth ns should coin mend itself to their cnnftdeuci n remedy nt once safe, speedy nnd eflrctnnl, which this litis by repeated and countless trials ptoved itself to be ; and trust by itrent care in preparing it with chemical accuracy, of uniform streiurih to afford Physicians a new ncent on which they can rely for the lsi results, and the articled with a remedy that will do for them all that medicine can do. Prepared and sold li JAMES C. AYER, Practical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Sold in Sunbury by H MASSEH, and by DruggUts generally throug.m tthe State. Novemlier 13, 1853. lycedmo Dilworth, Branson 5 Co. Importer of & Dealers in Foreign and Domestic HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &C. ATo. 69 Market St., I door below 2d St, PHILADELPHIA. Whero they nlways Icei on hand a large stocl of every variety of nardwure, lutlcry, &c Wm. Dilworth, Henry D. Lumlis, Snniucl Bransrn, James M. Vance. Ortober 10, 1852. ly. CLOTHING ON CREDIT. Notice to all Dealers in Jleaihj Made Clothing. I lKNNF.T & CO. requckt nll'whj purclmsc reailv mrnie 1 Cl-.thini un cmlit, to cull m TOWKll IIAI.I, Cl.OTtll.NG liA.AAH, unit see the grc::t ult"niluzc they will have ly purcliasnig t'er cafli at litis extensive cEtuliliElmiei.t. ThiN, and tliiw onlv, ii the principle on which lliey deal with all their numerous customers, who have realized that at this house they satire no cllort in producing the hest CLOTHING, at thu lowest possible prices, und thitt the Roods nvtde ut this house ure the lirtt nutde, most fushionuhle. aud much cheaper than uny other nouse can mtoru to sen ine same quality ut gouts, tirisuig front t'neir Itirtte manufacturing und iuiH)itiug t'acilities, and their determination to mantain the principle f large Kites unit small profits. Their stock is most ample and complete. The purticulur uttcntion of merchants and dealers is Invited, who are requested to call aud jiidue for themselves, as we ere satisfied that they caiiuot fail to see the advantages they will have iu purchnt-lng fit cash, at TOWKIl HALL, 132 MARKET street, between Fifth and Sixth. BENNRTT 4. CO., Proprietors. Philadelphia, October lti, IbJii 5m. LEATHEXL Fritz, Williams 5 Ilciulry, Store No. 29 North 3o St net. t PHILADELPHIA. "ItTOROCCO ManufaeturtTs, Curriorw, Import. era. Commission and General Leather Bu ineHs. Wholesale and Retail. Manufactory 15 Margarelta Street. Aug. 28, 1852. ly. Cheap Watches fj Jewelry, V17'H0LESALE "n1 Rptai. ' ' "Philntlel- pliia Watch nnd Jewelry Store." No. 06 North SecondStrcet, corner of Quarry, Philadel phia. Gold Lever Watchei, fall jeweled, 18 carat eaiei, 5-29,00 Silrer do. full jeweled, SI4 Gold Ppectai-le,, 7,(Hi Silver Lepine, jewel,, 10. Fine Silver do. l,5n do do do. 0. Gold Ilrnrelrl,, 3.WI Pupeiii-r Quarlieia, 7. ! odies' Gold Pencils, l.IKi iniiTiiiinii no. s.lMlver Tim ipnons, aet, 5. cm Guld I'tni, with Pencil and Silier Holder, 1,00 tiold Finger Kincs. 371 rents lo S0 ; Wutch CIbst.cs, nl.iin, l'.'J cents; 1'utrnt, 1S.J ; Lunet, 25; other artii'lca in projiortion. All gootU war ranted to lie what they arc sol J fur. b'J'AL'FFER & HARI.EV, Successors to O. Conrad. On hand, fomc (Jold and Silver Levers and Jjepines, Blill lower tlmn tlic o'.iove prices. August -s, ibj-j. ly. JOHII A. Manufacturer of Munuinents, Tomhs, AND GRAVE STONES OF THE FINEST Italian and American Marble. At his Old Stand ia Northumberland, Pa. l.ESrECTFl.'I.LV inform the public that all ' work in his line will he made up of the ven best material and finished in the latest M le o' the Eastern citica. Those in want of such articles well made and executed iu the best style and at the lowest rates will do well to call and examine before they pur chase elsewhere. May 15, 1852 ly. NEW COUNTRY STORE, At the Forks of the Plum Creek and Ttilpe- hocken Jioad, (near hretghbaum s lilark Smith Shop. JACOB WKIMEIt, RESPECTfl'LLV informs the public that he has opened a new Store at the above place and has jut received a splendid stock of new Spring and Summer Goods, Consisting in part of Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinets, DRILLINGS and all kinds of linen cotton nil worsted summer ware. ALSO i Callicoes, Muslin de Lainet, Lawns, Ginghams, And all kinds of Drew Goods for Ladies. Tea, Cofkf.p, Sl-uar( Molases, kc. GUO('i::tlES, of all kinds. BRANDY, GIN, WNIE, and all kinds of Liquors. Urn-dwarf. Iron and Med, Nuils, ic, QUEENSWARE. Shoes, Boots, Caps,l'ulm loaf and other Hats, .Fish, Salt, &c, All ut winch he will sell at the most reasonable l"K or easii or country produce. May 8, 1853 -tf. S!'.1;"'8 ESSENCE IJAMMcTgin" u". IrciU supply just received, and for bunbury, Jan. 10, 1853. 1LANK DEEDS printed on the but n,..i;. of parchment paM-r, sold at the lowest prices . wu,j .'j nu.H.mi situ ICISII SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 600 AGENTS WANTED. SI 000 a year. ty'ANTED In every County of the United " States, active and enterprising men lo en gage In the sale of some of the beat Books pub lished in the country. To men of good address, poscasing a small capital of from 823 to Si 00, such inducements wilt be offered as to enable them to make from S3 to $ 10 a day profit. ty The Hooks published by us are all useful in their character, eitremely popular and com mand large sales wherever they are offered. For further particulars, address, (poatnge paid,) DANIELS A. GETZ, Successors lo W, A. I.enry & Co.; No. 138 North Second Strett, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Oct. 2, 1853 tf. SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY, No. 19 IfW St., bctircen 2d !e 3d Sis., and No. 17 North 6th Street, I'lIILADKU'lIIA. John Bancroft Jr. and Son, IT ESPEUTF L'M.Y inform Store-keepers, Mcr- chimin, &c, that they Manufacture and have for Sale, Palm, White, Variegated, Yellow and ISrown Soups, Mould and Dipped Candles, alt of gooil nimlily and at reoiinllc prices. Ix Cimh paid for Tallow and rough Fat. April 10 1853 ty. xix v rAiivrs 5 Manufactured by the ew Jersey Zinc Company, Newark, N. J. riMir; Pith-mbi'm nr" ii"W prrjwirrt to execute onlcru I t't nny t-xtcnt lor llicir lit-iiutiiill white and colored Zinc riiinta, ut the reduced prices, viz : Winrnutei ;v,. 1. imIc, ground tn oil, ti mill per lh.t pure, i. !l, dti. it . H fl. i t N't. 3. U. 7 ti". do !nwn ni.d Illnrk, it . .1 H , d- thin luiiiilrtrl (iouihIh will rti.tT pqntilly Will iij mnrh ftiiii.u'i! nu I till II iti. nl' White Lt'ir.l ; llir)'nre S3 percent cIi'n;HT t" t lie r iihi!mt. i'it Zinc M'imtk ib ninidly npfritiitc AVItite lnd. avvT whirh it pi'5e(tn.s imniy HiKnnutrii It is whitrr, mid in re beiiutihil than llir? Vviiiiv U-.kI dt-B not turn ytlliiw, rven wht-n oxp'Wtl lo iilplinmuii vniMtf lets no amcll is n it injurious. Iu health, ami im lur inuie dti niMe. Zinp Knows An Klatk Tainti akr both 'Wbattieb and Fine I1 roof. The lt envcrhip for out (tide work ever intiodiictHl, ndnptetl tt hnildinga of wttl, brick or stne t-.i iVnci-B, nirriace lvdic, brulgrs, nnd machinery to the 1ui!1h i'f vecfH'lB, iutch rs, chiiins, nnd nil other Iron, work on Iwtitrd nhijv to sicnin I -oilers, Minoke tacks nnd wnter tnnks to iron, tin. and other roofiiiipr, iruii hn titer doom nnd rnilin'ff, wne tVner. ItndRca, Ac. For Iron Surfaces this Paint is especially vnlunhle ns it forms a gal von ic connection, and entirely pi events rust. These Zinc Puiiits having n pure Mntnlic Base, re war ranted not 1 1 turn yellow, mid wiH retain their original brilliancy much longer thmi White ljnd, or nny of the enrihv pigments now in use. The certificates from those who have used lhe Paints, arc such ns to sutisty the pub lic that they ore invaluable. The ablest chemists of France nnd this country have testified to the superiority of Kmc over lemi mints, as to dunthility, hcnlthtulness aud beauty. They have Itcen nd pted by the French Govern ment, by the corporation of New York, and are now ex tensively used by the United Stntfs Government at many of the largest Military and Marine Depots. Philadelphia Gas Wobxs, Mny 15. 1851. Messrs. F. C. Jokes ft Co. Gentleman Having mode several trials of your Brown Zinc Paint in various meth ods calculated to test its protective qualities upon wood and metal, I have the satisfaction to state that the results have been highly favoioble. The paint coveting well, drying quickly, and possesiing greuter tenacity, especially up n imn, thau unr other paint with which 1 om fa miliar. Yours, truly, Johh C. Cresson. The iindercigiird, having tmetl the Zinc PuuiU referred to concur in the foiepoinp opinion. Al'irris, Tanker A .Morris Kcinct, N en fie Co., Penn Works. .Merrick & S n. James T. Snthm A- Co., I'rnuklin tron Works. J. T. Dran, V. S. Prv Dock. W Uilers supplied on rc;is aiable terms by the Agents of the Company. F.C. JONKS V Co., No. 1? South Wharves, Phila. July IT, 1932. Om. J. I. DXTTHRICH, Vo 78 Xorlh 2rf St., tctteren Areh and Rare St., ' FHII,vrEtPHIA. TTTEREnY inform, ihn th. K imnnru I L " i ,v " JLM- and constntitlv keeps on hand nt his new V keep store, No. 78 North 2d St., a large assortment of Foreign Fancy Goods, .Musicul Instruments, Pictures ft Taints, which he will sell at the lowest prices. Ills stock, in part, consists of, Accordeons, Violins, Music Doxes, Parlor and Uar lioom Or. pans, Mclodcons, Seraphiues, Mathematical In struments, Magnets, Hpy and Opera Glasses, Stalionery of all kinds, Pocket Uooks, Uronze Powder, Dutch Metal, Gold and Silver Leaf, Scales of all kinds, Snulf and Tobacco Boxes, Lithographic Paints, Copper Plate and Steel En gravings, and pictures of every variety. Also Gilt Frame Mouldings of various sizes. Dealers, Country Merchants, and Pedlars, sup plied at reasonable prices. December SO, 1851 tf. JUST RECEIVED AT THE Saddlery and Harness Establishment of G. AW STROII, Market Street, Sunbury, A new assortment of Sllvrr, HrtlKS and Japanned Mounting, Which he will either lunke up to order or sell separately for cash at prices as low if not lower than can be had anvwhere else. SADDLES, HKIDLES, HARNESS, TriitttiN. Vallc e, &c , Constantly kept on hand or manufactured to or ler. CAKKIAGE TRIMMING done on tho shortest noliee. All persons arc invited to cull and examine foi 'heinselves. All kinds nf produce taken in exchange. Sunbury, May 1, 18"i. tf. JOHN PHILLIPS & SON, No. 47 Soulh U'utcr Street, below Chestnut, I'liriiADELPHIA. I MPOREliS of Foreign Kruits, Nuts, Vines, &.C., keep coii.tnully on hand the following articles, w hich they w ill sell ut very low prices ;'or cash. liaisins, Walnuts, Prunes, Filberts, Sweet Oil, Liquorice, Port Wine, Sherry " Almonds, Currants, Citron, Ground Nuts, Cream Nuts, Dates, Figs, Vunilla beans, Preserved ginger, amarinds. Lemon Svrup, Kire Crackers, Madeira Wine, Claret Wine, Muscat " Sweet Malaga Philadelphia, July 3, 1853 ly. ZJLVLWZZ 3ARBER3 Wlioli'alc nntl Itetail Clock ESTABLISHMENT. S. E. Comer S, cond and Chestnut Sis , PHILADELPHIA. WHERE may be found, one of the largest and best assortments of Clocks and Time pieces in the United States, in quantities to suit purchasers, of from a single Clock, to one thou sand Clocks; embracing every variety of style and manufacture, suitable for Churches, Halls, Counting Houses, Parlois, Sleeping Apartments, and Kitchens, Stcain and Canal Boats, and Kail Itoad Cars. Also general sale Agent, for Itapp's lately pat ented Scirntific Niche Gold Pen. Wholesale aud Retail Gold and Silver Pen Holders, and Pencils, and a variety of Fancy Goods. Those wishing to purchase will tind il to their interest to call before purchasing elsewhere. JAMES UARBER, 8. E. Cor. Ches tuut & Slid Sis., Phila. April 10, 1852. ly' SUNBURY FERRY. HENRY W. BL'CHER informs- the public that ha has taken the Sunbury Ferry and as he is now well prepared with good and suffi cient crafts he will be enabled to accommodate the public with promtness and despatch. April 10, 1602 tf. W1 ILEY'S COVG1I CMNDY. An excel- lent remedy for coughs, colds. For sale at this office. December 1, lSiS Tremendous Excitement!'. Cash, Steam, Electricity !! The Aerial and ad other lines out-done by th E.lK.tnlns '-Ine of IRA T. CLEMENT. WHO, having great faith In rapid sates and small profits, has just received ana opened a large assortment of 8PPINO AND SUMMER GOODS, At his Store in Market Street, Sunbury, which he offers to the public at the lowest prices. His stock consists of a general assortment oi Dry Goods, viz : Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings, Muslins, Linens, Calicoes, Muslin d Lains, Lawns, Ginghams, lierages. Silk & Palm Leaf Hats. A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, for Men, Women and Children. Grocerlci, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molassos, Cheese, Spi ces, fish ball, Plaster.. HARDWARE, Vhs i Iron nnd Steel, Noils, Files, Saws, Sic. QUEENSWARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, fe LIQUORS, Wine, Brandy, Gin, Rnm, Whiskry, &c. IfT Country product) of nil kinds taken in ex change at the highest market prices. May 8, 1858 ly. G3S500 CI I ALLEN CIS " r IIvVTKVI'Il concerns the henlfh nnd linpi i: if a f pcnple in tit nil times of the most valuaUt; iitiport mice. 1 tuke it for grunted that every person will do all in their power, t . sne Oh: lives of their children, und that every pern will ciidenvor to proin te their own health nt nit sncrihcps. I feel it to be my duty to solemnly iiwure you that WtMt.MS, according to the opinion of the in wt (eicunnc.! riiysiciaus, are tiie pruniry causes oi a lnri iiLijority of disfjis s to which children and ndutts nrc lia ble ; il you have an nppeiite coiitiiiually chnupcuble from one kind of food to nn-ither, Had Hreath, Pain iu the Sto mach, Picking ut the None, Hardness and Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pitlsclrrcgulnr remember that hII these denote WOItMS, ond you shonld nt once np ply the remedy : HOBENSACK'S WOUM SYRUP. An article founded upon fcientific Principles, compound ed wilh purely vegctnlle sutistances, being perfectly wife when Uiken, nnd can le given to the most tender infant with decided liencncinl effect, where Bowel Complaints and l)mrrhuo have made them weak and cleliilitntnt the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup nrc such, that it stands with nit nil equal iu the catalogue of medicines, in g viiiff tone nnd strength to the Stomach, whici makes it mi Infallible remedy for thone nillicted with l)yfic,isia, the astonishing cures performed by this Syrup after Phyci cinus hnve faileil, is the best evidence of its superior clH cacy ovei all others. THE TAPE WORM ! This is the most difficult Worm to destroy of all Hint in fest the human system, it grows to un almost Indefinite length Incoming so coiled und fastened in the Intestines and Stomach ell cc ting the health so sadly ns to cause St. Vitus Dance. Fits, Ac. that those nttlieted seldom if ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an early grave. In order to destroy Una orm, a very energetic treatment must be pursued, it would therefore be proper to take 6 to 8 of my Liver Pills sons to remove all olut ruc tions, that the Worm Svrunmav net direct uoonlhc Worm. which must Ite taken in doses of 2 Tubleppoonfulls 3 times a day these direct i ns folLwed have never lieen known lo tail m curuig tiie most opi'.mute case oi rape orm. K7" HOBENSACK'S LIVER TILLS. No part of the system is more liable to diFeasc than the Ll Ml, it serving as a hltercr to purny the blood, or giv I luff the proper secret ion t the bile : so thai anv wmitL? ae- tiou of the Liver elFecis the other important 'part oi' the . sysiem, unu reruns variously, in 1-iver timipiunt, Jann dice, Lys,Hpinn, :c. e sii-mld, therefore, watch every svmpt m that miuht indicate a wroi.? action of the Liver. These Piils being c unp.tsed of HUDTS A PLANTS fur nished bv nature to heal the sick : Numelw 1st. An KX. I PMCTOll ANT, which uiigmeuts the secretion from the ' Pulin mnry mucus membrane, or proinntcs the discharge lot" sccieted matter. 2nd, An ALTKIt ATI VK, which ; chanties in some iuexnlicatse mid iuscnsiltle manner the certain in.-ilml action of the system. 3rd, A TdNIC which gives tone and strength lo the nervous system, re newing health nnd vigor to nil pnrts of the Imdv. 4th A '.!.' wh.eh nets in perieet harmony with the , omer ingreuiems, aim oer.uiiig on in- ifowein, nnd expel- . Una the wh de mas of eorrunt und vitiau-d mutter, nnd nn. rifymg the lilonl, which clestroys disease and ret. to res health. TO FEMALES. Yimi will fmi) these Pills on invnluable mrtlieinc in many eoniplaintl to wliieh vott nre sulijert. In olistruetinns ei ther l"Uil oi pnrtial, tlicy have Ixmii fouinl uf incut iinnMe benefit, restorinf their functional srrangeiimits to n.inil thy action, iHiruyinir the hKiod and other fluids si eAVetu ally lo put to flisht all complaints which inay arise from female irregularities, as headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, pom in the side, hack, 4c. (C7 Price, 25 cents each. None genuine unless signed J. N. Huliennck, all others beintr tniie Imitation. l" Agents wi.hini; new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of bee mints AgiMtt must address the Proprietor, t. i. iii'iK'UKirs, i nnntit'ipnin, i n. Sold by i. V. Frilmc. Sunbury; Mary M.-Oav, Nor thuniberbind ; lleist-l, Turbiitville ; Kncr. Millon ; Itilty A Leaker, tieorectown ; Leiseuriug ft Wolverton, Paxi' ivsj Wieit, Hickory; all dealers in Medicine in the Cminty and Stnte. August 14, 1S.59. ly. EYRE & LAND ELL, 4A and 1rch Street, PHILADELPHIA. AVE established a Store where the best trade now resort for Household Dry Goods, French Fancy Goods, Dress Silks and Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves and Mitts, Cloths, Cassimers and Vesting, Muslins and Linens by the piece, Damask Table Linens and Napkins, Patent Ulaek Silks for Dresses, Full Stock of Mourning Goods. E. & L. are constantly receiving Unrgains from tho New York uud Philadelphia Auctions, which they sell wholesale and rctuil very cheap fur Nett Cash. Euwaru E. Evhp., Washington I. I.axdki.i., Philadelphia, July 3, 1853. ly. Loan Da'i'iierrcan CiuUcrv. 15'J Chestnut Street, VT this eelehmteit establishment you can always pro cure the newest and most improved styles ol DAGl'F.URKOTVPE ft TAIJIOTYPE POUTrtAITS at from SO to 100 per ct. Less cost than such pictnics can ue una lor eirewnere. Now thnt you can seenia such perfect portraits of your loved ones at u mere nominal cost, don't delay lest you lose tliem. Kvery vaiiely of fancy cases, fntmes, ftc, on hand or furnished to order, ainl every picture made satistory and wm ranted to lie in the hest style of the ait or No chakgk Call and see us ut 159 Chestnut St. 1.. It. PVRNF.LL Philaddlpliia July 17, 1PM. ly. TIIRGRCITPHIZG MEDAL. AR RIVED ! HICKEV & TULL, No. 148 Chestnut St., above Sixth, Front of JONES' HOTEL. CJTl 1 1 A VE just received their Prize TETM Medal, awarded to them for ' ITU their best Travelling Trunks ex hibited at the World's Fair in London, 1851 being the only exhibitors to whom any award was made. Their competition was with all the world, and they have taken THE PRIZE I TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, &o. To be found in this City, and at very low prices Call and see. 1MCKEY cV TL'LL, Trunk Manufacturers, 148 Chestnut St, April 10, 1852 tf. The Johnston Ink MANUFACTORY REVIVED 0th $ Lombard St , PHILADELPHIA. rjHE subscriber begs leave respectfully to in form PaiHTsas generally, that he has suc ceeded to the Business of manufacturing Print ing Iai formerly carried on by his grand Father, and Father, and offers his article to the trade, without any 1'i rrs, but with the simple reliance upon the long established chaiacter it has borne, feeling confident of its giving entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. Traits Cash. CHARLES EN'EU JOHNSTON. April 10, 1852. tf. ,1 U8TICE8' FEE BILLS; For sale by 11. B MASSER. Sunbury, 1851 'SP SOWER $ DAKNES, ruWishers and Booksellers, No. 84 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. Ttihlei, Praveis, Hymns, Poetical and HistoricalAVorks, Travels, Novels, Ac., Ac. SCHOOL BOOKS. Kvery kind Iu nse from a primer upwards. BLANK BOOKS. An elrfnnt ngnrtm?tit fnrm the nnnn 1khIi upwnrdu, mnde of iiiperuir paptr, untl trit of binding. W KITING l'APEUS. Cap, Post, and Note Papers, elegant styles and quality, and very cheap. STATIONERY. Fancy, Thin ond Adhesive Knvelopes, Ink, Pond, Wa fers, Steel Pens, Slates, Pencils, Porte-.Monairs, Wrap ping Papers of all kinds, Curtuiu Papers, Ac., Ac. Our stock is all fresh, bought cheap and sold accordingly. Particular attention paid lo llooksrllera, Country Mer chants and Teachers, however little they may buy. Sower ft Barnes are Publishers of PKI.TON'B series of MAGNIFICENT OUTLINE MAPS Knch man Is ncnrlv PEVKN FI'.KT sdiuui! .,.i shows the comparative size uml relative visilion of every Country on tiie glohe. Tin y nre iiilcnilril to Iw susiiriHled in "very tuciiooi l(..m, and not onlv make a splemlid 0i neamuce. but are universally nck'nowMcrd to l the llKST MODI-. OF TKACIIIM1 CiKOlill Al-lt v briMlf lit out. They ore krvs iiitrmb-tl to w uscl by the scholars, containing n complete epitome of tinntmphy, nnd ..mih .! oir , iro oi n neocnipny anil Alias. The system is in universal use in Prussia ond Ucrmnuy, anil has already been introduced iu Uinnd Collece, IMiiln dt'lphin, the public schools of Itofton, New York, i'liiln dclphia, Jlnlliniore, Washington, ond throughout New h.nglnnu, new l orK, c., ike. Our desks nre touted with reeotnmeiHlntioiis from the most taleutid nnd scien tific teachers in every epinrter, aud wherever i,e system has liecn used pnrents, teachers nnd scholars unite in prnis- 1. .inpni tiic esTeru nemispiiere. S!. Map of the r.nstem Hemisphere. :!. Map of North America. 4. Map of the l.'nited States. IS. Map of I'.urop'j. 0. Map of Asia. ?. Map of South America nnd Africa, f'.vcrv map is britlinntly colored, varnished, and mount ed on muslin nnd rollers. W'e respectfully invite the earnest attention of Teachers, Parents, anil School Directors to this fiiseimliuc mode of teaching fieogrnphy. SOvi:n ft R,tltM.S, l .orin i niru rueei, Philadelphia, Aug. 2S IP52. If. NEWSTdSE PETER VT. GRAY TSESPECTEl'l.LV informs the citizens of funbury and vicinity, that he has commen ced a new store in Whortleberry street, in the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Gray, nnd has just received and opened a well selected assort ment ut 'Dry (loocLs, Consisting in part of CLOTHS, CASSIMEKS, 8ATTINETTS, And a fcncrnl assortment of LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS of every variety and style. GROCERIES of every description. Also an assortment of HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE, And a general variety of other articles such as are suitable to the trade, all of which will be sold at the lowast prices. Country produce taken in exchange at the highest prices. Sunbury, May IS, 1832 (!tn. HARRISBURG BOOK BINDERY. I'. I II UTTER ft CO.. Successors lo W. O. Ilirkok, and Ipekok ft Cnntine. BOOK HINDERS, STATIONERS AND BLANK BOOK MAM' FA CT L'R E RS. The subscribers respectfully inform their friends nnd the public, that they nre now carrying on the above business at the OLD STAND occupied by Hickok & Co. They flutter themselves that by careful attention to business, they will merit and receive a continuance of the patronngc so liber ally enjoyed by the old firms. Particular attention will be paid to the ruling and binding of every description of blank books fur banks, county ollices, merchants and private individuals, and every variety of full and half bound blank books. Old books, periodicals, law books, music, newspapers, Ac, bound in any pattern and in nny style required. In audition to the uliove, lliey have, and will at all times keep, a general assortment of STA- TIO.A Lit i , consisting ot Letter Pnper, Knives, Slates nnd Pencils. Cnp lnills, Isid l'eneils, Drawing l Inkstnnds, Letter Slumps, Transfer Motto Wiifers, Indin Kuhbcr, Copying ' lllaek Ink, Wafers, Hlottiug Seiilmp Vax, Hi-d Tape. Steel Pens, Hlne Ink, Hliink Cards, Cnrinine Ink, Copying Ink, Folders, Aiiiolil's Writing Fluid, Lmsures, Ac. 13 Paper ruled to pattern, and all work war ranted and done very cheaply. V. L. HITTER & CO. March 13, 1S52. tf. STACJE OFFICE. WA SHIN i; I OX HOUSE, SUNBURY, PA. JAMES COVERT, Proprietor, WOULD respectfully announce that be has taken this well known stand, where he will be gratified to see and entertain his Iriends and the travelling public generally. This house is now replete w ith every convenience, comforta ble, pleasantly located, handsomely furnished, well ventilated, rendering it in every repcct a desirable stopping place. JN'o expense has been spared in fitting up this house. The chimhers tire well furnished and the tabic and bar provided with the best the market can alliml. The staUe accommodations arc extensive and well calculated for travelers. STAGE OFFICE. The stages running front Northumberland lo Potlsville, stop at tins house, where through and way tickets to Philadelphia can be obtained. fuubury, March 20, I 35". tf. TlBERTY S TO V E" WORKS, nunu'v k'pijp.i.'t " . -. ...... ... , ufiore Fourth, PHILADELPHIA. ffMIE undersigned respectfully inform the pu'i lie that they ore in full operation at their new foundry, und ready to execute orders for stoves of every description on the most reasona ble terms. They invite the attention of STOVE DEAL ER!) to their large assortment of STOVES, all of which aro entirely new, and got up at great expense. Among which ore the Liberty Air Tight Cook, Complete Cook, fc'tar Air Tight, Star Frii'i! i , i-. Radiator, Jenny Lind Im piovi :, Fire King Radiators, Salamanders, Can nons, Bases, Bare Cylinders, Bar Room Stoves, Furnaces, Gas Ovens, &c, Ac. ABBOTT ir LAWRENCE. N. B. Country merchants are particularly invited to call and examine our assortment. April 10, 185J. ly. THOMAS PALMER, COMMISSION MliltCIIANT, No. 6, North Wharves, Where the following goods are received and sold on commission, Dried Apples. Peschcs, Plums, Pears, Cherries, Ac, Green Apples in Barrels or by the Bushel, Beans, Peas, Cranberries, Onions, Mercer Po tatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Shclharks, Chestnuts, Ground Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Figs. Prunes, Grspes, Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Cheese. And all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Pro diice. Philadelphia, Dec, 13, 18S1 ljr- SOAP AND CANDLES. THE subscriber takes this method of inform ing the citixens of Sunbury and vicinity, that they are engaged in the manufacture of Soap and Candles, of the best quality, at No. 44 Filbert street, Philadelphia. They respectfully invite all who buy for cash, to give him a call as they will find it to to their advantage in dealing with him for articles in their line. E. DCFFY cV SON, 44 Filbert above 9th. December SO, 1851 - if. GLASS, DRUGS, PAINTS, &c, ! WHOLESALE A SID KUTAIL. THE Philadelphia Window Gloss Ware house, and Drug, Paint, Varnish, Cll and Color Stores, Nos. 33 ond 33 North Fourth Street. East side, has the largest assortment o AVinilow, Picture, Coach, Cane, Hot-House, and other (I LASS, in the city; comprising upwards of 15,000 dif ferent sir.es, ranging from the smallest size, up to 38 by 60 inches of Sheet, and ns large ns 5 by 7 feel of Pinto Glass, including English Crown, French, German and American, both Single and Double Thick. Also, a large assortment of Very Thick Glass, for Sky-Lights, DulU Windows, &c. The Subscriber having a heaty stock on hand is prepared to fill order at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Odd sizes of anv patient cut to order. Ground While Lead ; Paint, Varnish, of ev ery description t Turpentine j l.insi cd Oil, boil ed and raw ; Paint Mills j Putty ; Brushes; Dve Woods, 4e., ivc, &C. And also, a largo supply of fresh imported DRUGS AND MEDICINES. J. II. SPRAGLE. Nos. 33 cV 35 North 4th St., E. Side. April 10, 1852. ly. "AID AND COMFORT," I o Your Own Mechanic. GEORGE 11ENN. MANrFACTrttF.R OF FURNITURE AND CHAIRS Of the most Fashionable Style. THE subscriher respectfully culls the ultention of ttiA txtl.r.e to lo l.r... 1 .t . ... .u....v . ... ...i. ..,u nii;iiutu ll.irul.- j ment of every ipmlity and price of i r,in.Byr-WAr.. which cannot fail to rcionuncnd itself to every one who will cvnmiue it, on account of its durable workmanship and splendid finish, made up nf the best stock to he had in the city. ,'o effort is spared in the manufacture of his ware, and the subscriber is determined to keep up with the many improvements which are constantly bcii.g made. His stuck consists of Mahogany Sofas, Ilvniis mid I.otii?r, Bureaus, Seeietaries, Sideboards, SOFA, BREAKFAST ) D!MU TABLES, and also VENETIAN BLINDS, equal to Phila- dclphia manufacture. I3EDSTEADS, of every pattern and price, CUPBOAIIDS, WORK ANnCXNDLK STANDS, TDII.KT taklks and EXTENSION TABLES, in short, every article in this line of his business. He also manufactures all kinds an J qualities of ClIAMiS, including varieties never before lo be had ir Sunbury, such as M iiioih.m. Duck Wiim't xn CriiLKii Mjiplk Giieciax ; ami Wivnsnn CIIAIKS, ami iMsrt Pi.ivo rtroni.s, which nre of the latest styles, and warranted to be eeel!ed by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere. I lie subscriber is determined that there shall be no excuse for persons to purchase furniture in the cities, as every confidence can he entertained about the iiualily and finish of his ware and (.'hairs. His articles will be disposed of on as good terms as they can be purchased elsewhere. Coun try Produce taken in payment for work. vT LNDKUTAKING. Having provided himself with a handsome IIkaiihk, he is now prepared for rnilertaking, and attending funer als, iu this vicinity, or at ony convenient dis tance from this place. 1.1T 1 he are Kooni is in Market Street, below Thompson's Store and Wemcr's Tavern. GEOliUE KENN. Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1S.V3 tf. i on 23 cnvis. 1 V MEANS t)F THE PO'JKET .liSCl'LA riLS, or Every one bis own Physician! TitinTv l sixth edition, with up- I wards of a hundred engra vings, show ing private ilis- ease in every shape and inn, , and malformations of e generative system, Ity tir Wit). Ynimir. -a J lie time luis now arri ved, that persons snlfeiing from secret diseases, need no more become the victim ok u.i ai ki:iiv, us bv the prescriptions contained in this book, any one may cure himself without hindrance to business, or ihe knowledge of the most intimate friend, and wilh one tenlli the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private disease. it fully explains the cause ol manhood s early de cline, with observations on marriage besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in lh" public prints. t T Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, enclosed in a letter will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent for one dollar. Address. Dn. V. YUl'Nlt. No. 1.13 SPKUCE Street, PHILADELPHIA." Post paid. !Zr" Dr. YOUNG can be consulted on any of the Di-cases described in his dill'erenl publica tions, ut his (Mice. 134 Spruoe Street, every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sundays excepted.) Philadelphia, June 5, ls3i ly. Eonnets, Hats and 31 i II i n e r v floods! EKC1I ANTS and Milliners when in Phil adelphia to purchase their goods, will find it to their interest to examine our large aud lah- ionahle stock of srmw :.o!es. We manufacture largely and impoiit the Newest Stiles of l'oi't'igii S'nlii'U'sj in our line j which together wilh other advanta ges enable us to oiler liberal inducements to Bl'TEUS. U. A. CKOOKER, & CO., Nos. 47 and 49 Chestnut Street, and No. SG South Second Street, west side, near Chestnut, Philadelphia. December 57, 1S51 ly.cf. WM. Cr. MASON, Kngraver uud l'lintcr, No. 46 Chestnut Street, above Second, PHILADELPHIA. tS prepared to do ENOUA VINti aud PIIINT INfl, iu ull their branches, Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Hall Tickets, Watch Papers, Labels, Bill Heads, Notes, Checks, Drafts aud Diplomas. Seals and Stamps fur Corporations, Odd Fellows, Masons, Sous of Temperance, &c. All the above engraved in the best manner. Orders by Post promptly attended to. December 27, 1851. ly. JOHN A. II ARII1S, Manufacturer, & Dealir in Imported and Domestic; Segars, Also, a general assortment of L.ear& manufactured Tobacco, CONSTANTLY on hand, at the lowest mar ket prices. Corner of Chestnut St., and Wharves, Philadelphia. December 87, 1851, ly. ARNOLD'S WRITING FLUID and Adhe sive and I egal envelopes, for sale by H. B. MASSER. Sunbury, nf 10, 1852 EXTRACT OK COFFEE article more wholesome aud An excellent much cheaper than CoH'je itself. Aj'til 17 lv For sale at this ofiice. H svw.--- ? lea V.:('C Ti.- ( ll :- & t! BANK NOTE TAULI CORRECTED WEEKLY. PENNSYLVANIA. CITY or PHILADELPHIA MAMACArsETTS. All Solvent hanks I dl HHObl; ISLAND All solvent hnnk. I dis cONNKCi ir.tvr ' U f. Hank notes in (lis All Solvent hanks pat Country. rlnnk of Clinmbcrsburg 1 dis All solvent Isinks I dl I i.inm oi ..nemer Ln. pur Hank of Del. Co. Chester pur NEW YORK. city. nuns oi ucrmantowtl Hnnk of (ettyshnrff narlAII solvent Uinka I Aim 1 du ty Uk notes under (3 J dis nnns ol liCwtstovvil Hank nfiMntdletonn I dis All solvents link or, ,1THI. 1 dis Montgomery Co Itimk nnr NKW JLHSKV Hnnk of .Nortliiiinlierl'nd. pni Helvidere Hnnk J dis Hinikof Pittsburg I dis Coinmercinl Hunk dis Hnnk of Danville pnrl Fur. Hnnk Mont Holly nor Carlisle Hnnk 1 dis F. ft M.. Middlelmrn Pt. pur Colnmliin H'k ft K'ge Co par jMecliami-s' Ilk. Newark r Doyelstown Bank r Mech. Hk nf Hurlinitton par Knston Hnnk par M cell, ft Man. Hk Trent par Kris Hnnk 9 dislMorris Co Hank 1 dis Kxehnnee H'k Pittslmrg 1 dislNewurk Hk'g ft Ins. Co 1 dis l-.xeliniire H'k, Hrnneli I dis Oranpe Hnnk dis Fnnners' H'k, HucksCo pnr People's Hk Pnttersull Formers' Bk, lineaster parjl,rinceton Rank Farmers' Hk, Heading purnlctn Hanking Co, Fnrm. Hk Selmvlkill Co pnrlHcmerret Co Hnnk F ft D. Hk Wnvnesli'g lldislStntc Hnnk nt Comden Fninklin Hk. AVbsIi'h 1 Jdis Slntc Hk Klimuethtnn llnrrislmrir Hnnk 1 dis'tnte Hnnk ennrk Aim pnr .SS dis par dis dis lloliesilnle Hnnk 1 dis Stnte Hk, N. Hinnswick pur Ijiitcnster Hnnk porinssex Hnnk, ewton 1 dis I.elKitiou Ilnnlc nnr Trenton Hnnking Co mr M. n h. ft Mnn. Hnnk 1 dis Miners' H'k, Potlsville per Mononenlieh Hnnk 1 dis t'nion Hnnk, Dover dis Ynrdlcy v'le ft Del Dr Co l.'siis IT"Bk notes under 5 J di Tnvlorsv'e Del H' Co 13 dis JJI-.I.AVV Altt. West Hrnneli Hnnk pnr Hnnk of Delaware nor . joining its, v iisesiee par York Hnnk, 1 dis I? -Relief notes 1 dis MA INK. Hnnk of Hmyrna par Deliuvnra City Hnnk jr Itk v iintg'nft Hrnnnyw. par Fnrmers' Hk Jt Delaware par 1'ition Hank, AVilinington par Hnnknf Whetlock A 1tB Mercantile Hk. Hongor Itldis If Under M's dis All s .Ivent hnnks dis OHIO. M'.W llA.MPSfllltK. All solvent tanks litis All solvent Links din lnk notes under S 4 dis VKRMONT. NOltTII CAROLINA. nink of Allans 2 ilii' All solvent Innks S dis All solvent banks j ilia ;IT Under 5's, 2J ills A CALL TO HOUSEKEEPERS At flic Cabinet Ware tloom of SEB'N IIOUPT & CO. Market Square, Also at the corner of Fawn street St the Railroad SUNlil'KY, PA. Thankful for the patronage of his friends and customers during the 17 years he has been in busi ness in this place, he solicits from the public a con tinuance of their favors. During this period he has endeavored to keep up wilh the improvements of the day, and has accordingly extended his busi ness iu every branch and variety. The public are therefore invited to the attention of the present stock of CAIJINKT WARHAXI) CIIAIKS, Man'facti'iieu Ey SEBASTIAN H0DTT & CO. At the Old Stand, Whore in addition to their former stock of the cMahiUhiiicut they now manufacture Mahogany, Walnut & Cane-Seat Chairs. L'U-'re Spring Seat Rocking Chairs, Dressing JJureims, Centre Tables, Marble Tup U'ash Stands, und a vurie.ly of other new style und Fa.liio!.n!.c Furniture. Haviuir secured a Hoarse and made the neces sary nrianuenients for the purpose, they are now prepared for Cndertakiug in all its branches, in tins vicinity or at any convenient distance. Ye inaiils uml mistresses, ond hu.li.miL too, Here's farniture of every style ami hue, From sole IsianU down to kitchen tnhles, Troin rocking chairs to locking cradles Should you not have the icady Joiijt to pay, We'll v;iit awhile for a brighter better day, Or take potatoes, oats, corn, wheut and rye; Unrk, hoop poles, staves, or lumber wet snd dry, Or nny thing but yokes nnd threshing flails, Flom pigs and turkies down to little quails. Come on then friends, come one and all, Keep trade a moving, so "goes on the ball." I.?'" Orders from a distance promptly attended to nnd work of ull kinds delivered with dispatch. Sunbury, March 9, 1830 tf LAURENCE HOUSE. SUNBURY, PA. 'I"1 II E subscriber respectfully informs her friends 1 and the public generally, that she has taken the above well known stand nearly opposite the Court House, lately occupied by Mr. J. C. Per-, kins. She trusts that her experience in business, and her ell'orts to make her guests comfortable, will give entire satisfaction to those who may fa vor her wilh their custom. ANN C. MOItRIS March 8, !S51 tf. J. 11. ZIMK jisiitt; or teji: ic.icc Sunbury, Pa. 0 trice in Deer Street, immediately opposite the Public School House. (?" Monies eoliected ar.d uil business piomptly and care I'ullv allentliil to. April 21), 1S30. Valuable ItouliN, t ITE or Ciiuist, handsomely bound, D'Ar-- J StWNt.'ii lllSTOIIT of tik Rucoiimation-, Blank Dat-iiooks tn Lciu.r.iis, full bounded, l'or sale at the publishers prices by II. li. MASSF.B Sunbury, July 1 L IS 19 tyi'ONE Ware, Earthen Ware, Buisins, AI- monds, P uncs und Cream Nuts. Planes uf ull kinds. fait and Plaster. Just received and for sale bv JOHN W. FKILINO. ' funbury, Dec. 29, 1849. D4.-E OINTMENT. A fresh supply of this fc , excellent article for Tetter, A c, just received and lor sale t.y 1IENKV MASSEK. Sunbury, July 28, 1849 zfpi OLD PENS with and without cases, of a VlJI very superior quality, just received. Also a fresh supply uf Writing Fluid, for sal a by H. B. MASSEK. Sunbury, Dec. 27, 1851. pi.YTRACT CF GINGER. A fresh supply just received and for sale at this office. Price 23 cents. Sunbury, Juiy 12, 1851. tILVER WATCHES A few double case English Silver Watches, for sale at very low prices by H. B. MASSER. Sunbury, April 13, 1851. J.VTENT B1UTTAN1A STOPPERS for liar potties lor sate uy 11. U JlASSIiK. Sunbury, April, 12. 1851 NOB AND SPRING MORTISE LAT CHES. An excellent article, for sale at half the usual price by J- W. FAILING, Sunbury, July 7. 1819- . LANK NOTES, waiving law of ,$300, for sale by the exemption . MASSER. April 26, 1851. H. B ADD'S celebrated Horse and Cattle Medi cine for sale by HENRY MASSER. .-Sunbury. Jan. 27th. 1849 Bills handsomely printed on cart? paper for sale at thisnrlice. 10 It sale at this office, Superior Black Ink, Cattle Medicine at 25 cts, Pure Essence of Ginger.25 cents BLANKS. 5 of every description ei LANKS of every description can be had by U9 ! applying at the otftos of ihe American. 1TRITING FLUID and self sealing Enve- lotiea, just received and for sale by April 19. .85L- H. B, MASSER. riILPAPER--Yellow Tissus pap' fr 1 covering glasses, 4c, lor sale at the o ffics iSe American.