SUNBURY. AME1UQAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL
A STRING OF IT.KMS.
In circulation counterfeit S20 nolcs on
the Hank of 8outh Carolina.
A good hand can make three hundred and
fifty cigar a day.
813,000,000 expended on r. it roadu in
Sojourning in Jacksonville, Fla. Ex-Gov.
Marcy and hit invalid son.
Wicki.liffe died on the 31st of December
It is a proof of mediocrity of iuicllucl to
be addicted to story telling.
Thb life of a Christian is his walk. Chi ld
is his way, and heaven his home.
ConsresiMS insufferably Rtnpid. All lnlk
and no work.
A Pomological State Convention is to be
held at Ilarrisburg, on the 18ih ol January.
The pork packing business in Louisville
will close next week.
There is said to be first rate sleighing in
Bristol and Walcott, Conn.
During the last two years, the Legislature
of Alabama has granted about forty di
vorces. Eir.HT first class steamboats are now
building at Pittsburgh, at a cost of 850,000
In a country newspaper appears 1 ha fol.
lowing passage "A number of deaths are
A large quanlily of packed meal has
spoiled at Louisville, this season, on account
of ihe warm weather.
The rail road trains east of Massachusetts
are very mnch delayed in consequence of
the depth of snow.
Smoking tea is now used in Boston. It
is said to resemble in many respects a fine
flavored Spanish cigar.
A lady in the neighborhood of Washington
city, a few day since presented her hutband
with a new born boy, weighing 28 pounds.
When winter does not set in before :tlie
holidays," be sure it will be a short one.
The sign is almost infallible, and the reason
for it very philosophical.
The churches, or edifices for publics divine
worship, in the United Slates, number thirty-six
thousand, of which the Methodist own
''You seem animated by this fine autumn
scene, my dear Annie," said a lover. "No,!'
satd she. "I never shall be Annicmated till I
becCme your wife."
Those who wear lace and satin before
they have ever worn thread and cotton, ate
Very apt to live untill they regret thr.t they
were not brought up to a trade.
Shoui.d'nt Wonder The papers have
discovered some grass from the "path of rec.
titnde,' We fear that path must be sadly
overgrown with grass, it is so seldom travel
Gen. Pierce. President elect, is said to
have re.'Miked that he should not remove
from the post of naval officer of Bnstnn)
Fletcher Webster, the son of the late Secre
tary of Slate.
The skeletons of a cat and a rat, in excel
lent preservation, have been found in Ger
ard's Hall crypt, London. The rat was firm
ly held in the mouih of the cat. It is
thought they had lain there four hundrod
and eighty or five hundied years.
The Wisconsin Argus estimates that at
least eighty thousand barrels of apples have
been sent to that State the past season, and
sold at an average of two dollars a barrel.
$160,000 for apples, besides largo qt'a;.tities
of the fruit dried.
A new umbrella, entitled the "mush
room," has just made its appearance in Paris
it has no handle, and sustains itself over the
head of the wearer. An adjusting apparatus
fastens it to Ihe hat, and when not employed
upon duty, it may bo rolled up and carried
in the pocket.
'Whence are the words Republic and
Democrat derived 1" Republic is deiived
from two Latin words, res, a thing, and pub
licus, a people. Democrat is derived from
two Greek words, demos, people, and kratus,
Fresh fruit is never eaten by the Russians
till it has been blessed by a priest. This is
a sanitary measure as well as a religious ob
servance, as it never can obtain the blessing
till it is perlectly ripe, then it is taken to the
church and blessed with great solemnity.
Scolding. I never knew a scolding person
that was able to govern a family. What
makes people scold.' Because they cannot
govern themselves. How then can they gov
ern others. Those whogovern well are gen
erally calm. They are prompt and resolute
but steady and mild. '
A man got up the o'her night, and took,
as he supposed, a card of matches, and be
gan to Drealt oil one by one, trying to light
a lamp ; ihe whole card was used up wiih-
out accomplishing hit object, when he dis-
covered he had used up his wife's comb !
The once poweiful tribes of Indian com.
posing the "Six Nations," now resident in
Western New York, lhave dwindled down
from emigration and other causes until, ac
cording to the late census, but 3779 of them
The "Air Line" Railroad was put under
contract last wejk, from New Haven, Cnun.
to ttie 11 node lslana line, i ne terms are
one third cash, one third stock, and one
third bonds. Aggregate, 82,200,000. The
road is to ba finished in one year from the
data of contract.
It costs thirty-Millions of dollais to pay
the salaries of American Lawyers j twelve
million of dollars are paid out annually io
keep our criminals, and ten millions of dot
lars to keep the dogs among us alive, while
only six millions f dollars are spent annually
It keep the six thousand tireachors in the
COO AGENTS WANTED.
81000 a year.
"VITANTED CVCTV County of the United
' States, active niul enterprising men to en
gage in the sale of some of the best Books pub
lished in the, country. To men of Rood address,
posessing a small capital of trom to JMun,
such inducements will bo offered as to enable
them to mnke from 83 to $10 a day profit.
x' The Hooks published by us are all useful
in their character, extremely popular and com
mand large sales wherever they are offered.
For further particulars, address, (postage paid,)
DANIELS & GET Z,
Siicccrgors to W. A. Leary it Co.;
No. 138 Ncilh Second Street, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 1855. tf.
SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY,
No. 19 H'ml St, between 2rf iV 3d Sis., and
No. 17 North 6i Street,
John Hiincroft Jr. find Sun,
RESPECT F U 1 .LY inform Store-keepers, Mer.
chants, cVc, that they Manufacture and have
rr km Pnlm. White. Variegated, Yellow and
Drown Soaps, Mould and Dipped Candles, all of
good quality ami at reasonatne puces.
t3T Cash paid for Tallow and rough Fat.
April 10 1S52 ly.
" 251 A C PAINTS :
Manufactured by the New Jersey Zinc
Comna'nv. Newark, N. J
rpHH SubscrilnTB nre nnw prcpnredlo execute onlrrn
1 to tiny extent fur their beautiful white and colored
Zinc Puiiits, at Ihe reduced prices, viz
Nn. 1, White, ground in oil, 9 ceutt per lb., pure,
No. a, do. do. 8 do. d
Nn. U, do. do. 7 d . do
II, ItlnMr. lit. ft! do. do
One hundred pound will rover equally well an much
surlnce us I0U lbs. of White Lead; they lire U5 percent
chenncr to l he p-mannier.
Tho Zinc White ii rnpidly npcrfwlmg White Lend,
over which it posm-sw ninny ndvnnUifrrs It is winter,
nnd more benulii'ul thini the While l.eml ih't-a not turn
yell.iw, even when exposed to sulphurous vnpnr Ikib
no smell is " t injurious to health, nnd is far nioic du
Zinc Dhows anp Ulack Paints auk rom ktiikr
and Firs I'koof. The best, i-nveriiuj for outside work
ever intioduced, iidnpted to buildings of wocd. brick or
Ht Hie to fences, c;irri:ipe bodies, bridges, nnd nmchinery
to the hulls of vessels, unehors. chums, mid nil other Iron,
work on liquid ship 1o ste.-un boilers, smuUe twits and
water tanks to iron, tin, nnd other roohiuir, iron shuttter
doors and miliums, wiie fences, bridges, &c.
Fur Iron Surfaces this Paint is cspcciully vnluuble
as it fonus n g.ilvonic connection, nnd entirely pievents
These Zinc Paints having a pure Metalie Base, are war
ranted not t turn yellow, nnd will retain their original
brilliancy mnch longer than White Lead, fir nny of the
earthy pigments niv in use. The certificates from those
who have used these Paints, are such as to sntisty the pub
lic that they are invaluable. The ablest ehemiits of
France nnd this country have testified to the supt-rioiily of
Zinc over Lead Paints', us to durability, liealtlifnlness in id
beauty. They have been adopted by the French Govern
ment," by the corporation of New York, and are now ex
tensively used by the, l.'nited Slates Government at many
of the largest Military and Marine Depots.
Philadelphia Gas Works, Mav l.", 1151 .
Messrs. F. C.Jones &. Co. Gentleman Having made
several trials of your Drown Zinc Paint in various meth
ods calculated to test its protective qualities upon wood
nnd metal, I have the satisfaction to state that the results
have been hiiiidy favoinble. The paint eoveiing well,
drying quickly, and pusesiiug" greater teuneitv, especially
upon lion, thau tiny other paint with which 1 am fa
miliar. Yours, truly, John C. Cresso.
The underpinned, having: used the Zinc Puiuts relerred
to concur tn the foicgtiiiur opinion,
Morris, Tanker .V Morris
Kennet, Neatly it Co., Penn Works.
James T. Sul ft n k Co., Franklin Iron Works.
J. T. Dean. I1. S. Dry Dock.
r?" Dealers supplied on reasonable terms by the Agents
of the Company.
F.C. JONKS & Co.,
No. 17 South Wharves, Pbtla.
July IT, 1P.32. Cm.
J. I. DITTBHICK,
i"o 78 Xorth 2d St., hclivten Arch and Race St.,
TIF.UKBV informs tho public that ho imports
anil constantly keeps on hand at his new
store, IS'o. 78 North 2d St., a large assortment of
Foreign Fancy Goods,
.Musical Instruments, Pictures $" Paints,
which he w ill sell at the lowest prices.
His stock, in part, consists ol, Arcorileons,
Violins, Music lloxes, Parlor ami liar Room Op
gans, Mcloileons, Seraphines, Mathematical In.
stiuments, Magnets, Spy nnd Opera (ilasses,
Stationery of all kinds, Pocket liooks, Iironne
'owilcr, Dutch Metal, CJold and Silver Leaf,
aies of nil kinds, Snuli and Tohaeeo boxes,
Lithographic Paints, Copper Plate and Steel En
cravings, and pictures of every variety. Also
tiilt Frame Mouldings of various sizes.
Dealers, Country Merchants, and Pedlars, sup
plied at reasonable prices.
December SU, 1831. tt.
Saddlery and Harness Establishment of
G. Y. STItOII,
Market Street, Sunbury,
A new assortment of Sliver, Itl'ilSS ami
Which ho will cither make up lo order or sell
separately for cash at prices as low if not lower
than can tic had anywhere else.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS,
Trunks, VrIIccn, &c ,
Constantly kept on hand or manufactured to or
der. CARRIAGE TRIMMING
done on the shortest notice.
All persons arc invited to call and examine foi
All kinds of produce taken in exchange.
Sunhury, May 1, 1852. tf.
JOHN PHILLIPS & SON,
No. 47 South Water Street, below Chestnut,
I M PORE US of Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Vines,
&.C., keep constantly on hand the following
articles, which they will sell at very low prices
Raisins, Almonds, Currants,
Walnuts, Citron, Ground Nuts,
Prunes, Cream Nuts, Dates,
Filberts, Figs, Vanilla beans,
Sweet Oil, Preserved ginger, amarinds,
Liquorice, Lemon Syrup, Fire Crackers,
Port Wine, Madeira Wine, Llaret ine,
Sherry " Muscat " Sweet Malaga "
Philadelphia, July 3, 1S5'J ly.
J ALEE 3 BARBER'S
Wliolc-ale and Itclail Clock
S. E. Corner Sicond and Chestnut Sis.,
ViniEUK may he found, one of the largest
ami 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
iiu manufacture, suitable for Churches, Hall
ountuiir Houses. Purloin. Ktenolo tn.,h,.
and Kitchens, Steam and Canal Uoats, and Rail
Also Reneral sale Airent, for Rapp'a lately pat
Tn . ' "f,""0 tiola Pen. Wholesale
and Retail Gold and Silver Pen Holders, and
Penc.U, and a varl(.t of y Goods. 'J'l,nH,
Z l l. c pun'- wi" ,'"'d their interest
. u,u,o purciiasing elsewhere.
v n r., JAMESt UARBER.
is. K. Cor. dies luut & 2nd Sti.. Phila
April 10, 1858 ly 1 "'"'
" BUNBUKY FERRY
I1ENRY W. BUCHEB inf .i
h. ha. taken . d
aa he is now well iirenared will.
.... ...v piuiuinesa anil tlcsiiatch.
April 10, 1852 tf. 1 "
. .J "mear tor toushi, eoldt. Foraal.
at In Id M i m
UiceinU r 4, 1852.
Tremendous ExciTEKrisT ! !
Cnsh, Steam, Klcctricity ! !
The Aerial and nil other lines out-done by the
Mphtiilii? U no of
IRA T. CLEMENT.
WHO, having great faith in rapid sales and
small profits, has just received nnu opened
a large assortment of
ePBINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
At his Store in Mnrxet Street, Sunbury, which
he offers to tho puMic lit the lowest prices.
His stock consists of a general assortment ol
Dry Good?, :
Cloth, Cassimrrs, Cazsincls, Jeans, Drillings,
Muslins, Linens. Calicoes, Rluslin dc
Lains, Lawns, Oinshanis. lhrages.
Sii.k& Palm Lop Hats.
A lnrgp nssorlment of Boots and Shoes, for
Men, Women and Children.
Sugor, Tea, Colfce, Molassp, Cheese, Spi
ces, Fish Salt, Plaster.
Viz : iron nnd Steel, Nails, Files, Saws, &e.
QUEEN SWA RE,
Tea Sctls, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, &c
Wine. Brandy, Gin, Rnin, Whiskey, &c-
13?" Country produro of ull kinds Ukenin ex
change at the highest maiket prices.
JUav B, lh). lv.
IIATfiVT.U poimerns the henllh mid happiness of n
people is tit nil lime of tiie uiit vulual.le import
ance. 1 take it lor Rnuiieil (hut evcrv pi-rs;n will do hII hi
their power, t save the Jives of tlii-ir eliiMren, nnd that
every person will endeavor to pmm te t h-'ir own health nt
all Kierilice. I (Vel il to be my duty to sohitnnly UHSUie
yu thut Wdlt.MS, nee ndiiiR lo Ihe' opinion of the most
oefebrnicd Pliysicians, ore the priimry en n lies of a lurire
mnjtirity of discuses to which children nnd odnlts nre hu
Lle ; if you hnvenu nppetitc eoniiimttllv clmnpeahle from
one kind of fiod to ouother, Bud Breath, Pain in the Sto
mach, Picking nt the Niw, Hardness and Fullness of tho
Belly, Dry Conirh, Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular -remember
that nil these denote WOltMr, tnul you klunldai ouce ap
ply tlie remedy :
HOBENSACK S WORM SVRUP.
An nrtiele fmndeil upon Peienli fie Principles, compound
ed wiih purely vegetable mil -stances, bi-in perfectly safe
when '.aken, and can be piven to tin; most tender 'infant
with decided beneficial cileel, where Hovel Complaints
and Diarrhant have made them weak nnd debilitated the
Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup ure such, that it
stands without an eipui'l in the cntalomie of medicines, in
g viui tone and strength to the Sft.ni:tch, which makes il
an Infallible remedy for those niliietcd with Dyspepsia,
ine nsionisnnu: cure penorincti t this ryrup niter I'hysi-
fins nave laiieu, is i lie uest evulence ol us superior elh-
:iey over all others.
THE TAPE WORM!
Tin." i the m st diiiu-ult Worm to destroy of all that in
fest tin hum-in sv-flcin, it erows to an nhuoMt Imletiuitu
niTth her iiimir sn roiled nnd tithtened in the Intestines
and M'tnifieh eiteetinir the health so sadtv as to cause t.
.tlis lanee. Pits. tVe., that tiioce nthieled seldom if ever
suspect that it is Tape Worm h.isteiiine; tlietu to un early
jriave. In order to deptrov this Worm, n very enerfieiie
treatment must he pursued, it would therefore he proper
lithe u lo ol mv i.iver l'lNa sons to remove nil ubHtrin.'-
onn, that the Aronnyriinuuiyaet ilneet upon the Wonn,
whieh mu -it hf taken in d wn -if -2 T.ihlesp N.tifnlln U times
day these Ujreeh ns ollowil have never been knwn to
ail in eurinir tlie inoft olmiiirite case of 'IVpe Worm.
IIOBENSACK'S LIVER TILLS.
No purl of the system is tcorc liable to ilisc:iac t!i:m ihe
I.I YKlt, it crvit!ir tin n lilicrcr to nmii'v llic l.looil, or civ-
tlic proper secretion to (lie hilo ; so th:'t miv wron ce
ll. m ol tlie I.iver ettrrts the other important p:ir!3 ol Ihe
svsttm, it oil rewu IIb variously, in I.iver Complaint, .laun-
, Dyspeiisia. A:c. We !i,m!.l. therefore, -ateh everv
symptom that inieht iotlicatc o wroi, iiclion of tiie l.i,-cr.
tiese I'lils li'-nii; c nin -Fi tl i.l liUli I S ,V I LA. IS Inr-
nisheilhy ivilnre to heal the sick ; nmele, Itt. An KX-
l-.CIOKAM, which niiements llie pecretitin from the
Piilnioinrv muens mem'sranc, or promotes liic ilipchiiie
of si-crctcil mutter. 'Jml, An ALTKUATIVI'.. which
handles iii Home incxplienhle ntcl infl; ii5ilile nrmilfr the
ertiini in..ihid uetUMi of the system, ,'tril, A TONIC
which uives I'liu; hivI Blrentl'h to the nervous 3tem. re
newing health mul viu-T t-t ell purls of the hoily. 4th, A
t. A 1 II AH 1 .1 whieh acts m perfect harmony Willi the
it her inercihentF, anil oneratiim on the llowcln. ami excel
ling the wliol ir of corrupt mul vitiated matter, tmri pu-
rifvinir the Ulooil, which destroys disease nnd refctoita
Yon will find tlise 1'ills an invaluable medicine in ninnv
eoniplainiii to which you are Fiibiect. In ob;fnietii'iis ei
ther total oj ptirtuit, they have been found of mcsltmaLlr"
benefit, rest 01 inn their functional irriincemriifs to u heal
thy netion, purifjiiej the bl od and other llnidi s- eileeiu
i!y to put to tlujlit nil PoinplaintH which may nnso troui
emale irreirniaiilieft. un headache, ciddmtW. dimnrfs f
siht. pnm in the side, kick, &.o.
dJ Ptice, 23 cents eacli.
Nope ffenuine unless BJ"iiri3 J. N. Ilobeimudt, till others
beiniT lmfcc Imilatioii.
t'V' Aaeuts wiahinj? new snrtplies, nnd Ptore Keepers
lesinms of lieeomin-j; Agents must address the Tropriclor,
. N. llidtensrtek, I'hiladrlphin, I'n.
S "lii bv J. AV. rrilmir. r'iubnrv : Man- .MeCnv. Nor-
IliuiuberL'incl ; lteisel, 'j'mbtitville Wner. Milton ; littv
linker, (ieoreetowu ; I.eieiuiiiR At Widverton, raxi
ii Wiest, Hickory: all ileulcrs in ."Medicine in the
Counlv and State.
August U, 1S.V. ly.
ift nnd 7rch Street,
OA VIC etallis!icil n Store where the best
lrnili nnw rrKi-irt f.ir
llousrholil Dry Cloods,
French Fauey OomU,
Dress riilks ami SliawH,
Hosiery, (Moves anJ Mitts,
Cloths, 1'nssimers nnd Vestings,
Muslins mill Linens hy the piece,
Unmask Table I.ineiib ami Nunkius,
I'utcnt Uhiek Kilkn lor Dresses,
Full Slock of Mourniii; (iooils.
E. &. I,, ore constantly receiving Bargains from
the New York nml 1'liiluilelphia Auctions, which
they tell wholesale anil retail very cheap for Sell
Euwaud E. Evrk, Washington I. Landli.,
riiiladelphia, July 3, 1352. ly.
I an I.oun
J hi n crrcn n (Salle ry,
153 Chestnut Street,
etehrnttsl establishment yoa enn alwnys pro
lu newest und ui"st improved styles of
DAGrKltllF.OTY PL ft TAI.IIOTY PF. IHIIITRAITS
nl from 511 to 100 per et. less cost than such pictures can
be tiud fur elsewhere.
Novvlhnt you can seems men perfect nortruits of vonr
ln'ed on-s nt u mere nominal cost, don'l delay lest you
Lvery Vfil iety of fancy eases, frnmes, Ac, on linnil or
famished to order, nnd every picture niude. sntistory nnd
win runted to he in tlie lust style of tlie ait or ko chabge
Cull und see us at loll Chestnut at.
l. ii. rrnNr.i.i.
rhilnd,ll;il in July 17, IS-Oi. ly.
HlCllUll 8c TULZf,
No. 148 Chest mil St., above Sixth, Front oj
?TTTT) Just rcrc'vc eit P"rizc
fflO'l Medal, awarded to them for
Vrm I III I their best Travelling Trunks ex
hibited at the World's Fair in London, 1851
being the only exhibitors to whom any oward
was made. Their competition was with nil the
world, and they have taken THK PKIZ1S!
TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, &e.
To he fomiJ ill this City, and at very low prices
Call and see. 1IICKKY & TI LL,
Trunk Manufacturers, 118 Chestnut 8t.
April 10, ISS-L tf.
The Johnston Ink
10U If Lombard St , PHILADELPHIA.
rilHE subscriber begs leave respectfully to in-J-
form Pbixtkhs generally, thut he has sue
reeded to tlie Uusincss of manufacturing Print
iug Ink formerly carried on by his grand Father,
and Father, and oilers his article to the trade,
without any Pujts, but with the simple reliance
upon the long established ehaiacter it has borne,
feeling confident of its giving entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with a call. Team
Cish. CHAHLES ENEU JOHNSTON.
April 10, 102. tf.
WU8TICES FEE DILLS! For sale hy
II. B MASSEIt.
1 Sunbury, 1801 'itr
rnit. AND READING RAIL ROAD.
SUMMER A Kit A NO KM HINT FIIOM
rini.ADin.riiiA and 1'ottsvili.e.
Office of the Phila. $ Heading Railroad Co
Philadelphia, March 'Id, 18oi.
Two Passenger Trains Daily, (except Sunday.)
OSN and after April 1st. 1851 two trains will
be rim each way, uniiy, uctween t'lnladcl
pliia and Pottsville
Leaves Philadelphia at 7J A. M., daily except
Leaves Pottsville at 7 J A. M. daily except Sun
days. AFTKRNonX UXIL
Leaves Philadelphia at3j o'clock, daily, except
Leaves Pottsvi'.lo at .TJ o'eluck, daily, except
Between Philadelphia and Pottsx'illc, $2.75
1st class ears and 42.25 2d class cars.
Uctween Philadelphia and Reading, $1.75 1st
class cars and $1.45 2d class cars.
Depot in Philadelphia, comer of Broad and
Passengers cannot enter the cars unless provi
ded with Tickets.
NOTICE. Fifty pounds of baggago will be al
lowed to each passenger in these lines ; and pas
sengers arc expressly prohibited from taing any
thing as bagiage but their wearing apparel, which
will be at the risk of its owner.
Ev order of the Board of Mnnatrers.
April 19, 1S51. Seer.-' rv.
For llic Cure of
CHITIS, CROUP, ASTK
AZXD CONSUMPTION. !
j M:my years of trial, hist unci nf iinpairinj? the pulilic c'it- j
fi iciicu in tliis medicim', litis won for it un npprccialii n j
I mul ivitriclv Uv far tf!cf'liii" tiie im st R:inruine cxicctu- .
ti ii5 ii" ils fiicii'lu. Ntluno; lull its intrinsic virtucH nnl
tiie upiini.staUeal;c rtetn-i't coiii.-irfd on tli"iiRjimls ! KHil'cr
cvs, ciml.l oripiiiT'te ami uifiiiiti.in llu: ri'i''.it.iiiin it enj
While mti'iy uii'tTittr remedies Uiruft iip"-n tlid coininuiiily,
have tailed and been discarded, thin has gained triends I')'
every trial, conferred lieiilits on th'tijllicied tticy can nev
er forget, and protlinvd cures to-i numerous unci remarka
ble to In; i". 'molten
White it inn hand n lla'i nMie fo pretend tlad any one
medieiiu! v.'l!l liilnliih'y c ure slid liieie is alunidant lan-'l'
that tlie fii Kim v I'ivtoual d es not oidy as n eeneral
iliini:, Imt aim hi inaiialiy cmc lav tuuiadics Tor wlticli it
A h time iiinli'-s tacM- laets i.'it and oclItT known, thin
nie'lieinr h: pradiuilly hfe 'iia- the l ept rclianee of the
ntliieted. fi. in I if iVtltin of tin: Ailleneatl I'easillt. to
tin; p:i;u'cs el' I'.ur 'It- and Kins. 'i'lironyliimt h entn a
eonniiy, in eery i1-. eiiy, ami in teed almost every
Immli.t it e. iit.-ihiK. rncnuv 1'i.t tokai, is known as tiie
l"-'t rcmi'dy exmnt (liui'ast'w ( f fie Tamat and 1 n lit:
and in many i'oiei:i f-'iimric, it t.- c itiii iir t l.cfu n
sivfly u.-.ed hy tie-ir m : f inN-Ui'iit V)-. vieian. In fiieat
llritain, France nnd tienuany. where 1 ie medical neieiteeii'
have rebelled (heir liiu!i'-t't ;eneriji'ii, t iiekiiy I'f.ci'ohai.
is introduced, and Ml e iut;ii!t use m the AimieB. HoS:ii
tid, A!ni! Homes, ln!,li ! ii:t i iif. nnd in d-na-stic
practice, an tlie s.rrest rcniedv their attendinir 1'liysifiann
can t'lliid-iy for t!;e m ir dan-ituis atleetions of llie
luiiPfi. A'bo id miiilT cas' fi. (,,T fhildreii i! is wife,
pleasant and elfretnal to enre. In fact, some of the; nioKt
tiatierinpj tertini innl we reet ive li.ivo been fnun parents
who h:vc found it eiVieaei w in ctisef particularly inciden
tal lo childhood. v
Tlie CitERnv Tectoh al i ni.-imif:irtnrrd by n pineticnl
f liemiM, and ev'iy ounce of it under ins own c e. with
invnnab!" acenrar y ind t are. Il is fs'-aled .naj jiroteeled
by law from roimievieitp. eousct;ucntly can be rt lied on as
genuine without ndalieral ion.
We have endravo, e l tie; to fnruifch tbe r, iaiinmi!y
with n medicine "I stic'i iuti iusic superiority and worth as
tthoald coinnieiid itself to ilwii eonlidfii',. a renadv at
once wife. Hnrcdy nnd c fleet nal. wlocli this hns by repented
'lllillrsi trmln iiTin-rd in-i-tl' tn lie : nnd trust Lv L'rcat
enrr in ri'juiriii' it will, clu uiicnl iici uriicy, il unit Tin
striiTili In nfTinl Phyfici'MiM ii iiw nt'rn' nil wltjfti tlit'V
c;:n r. ly l"'.T the tc-wt rriilis, :iiul the ntttotril with nieincily
th.'it ill ilo l'.r them nil that liii'iliciue ci:u do.
Prepared and fid b,t JAMES C. AVER,
Prneliiul Chunift, Lowell, Muss
Sold in Puiilmiy hy II MASSK.U, and by
DruiiciKts penerallv tliroiij.n: tthe Stnti'.
November 13, l;3rj. lyccimo
Fritz, iiliiiias tS Hendry,
Store, No. 29 North 3d Street.,
MOHOCCO Manufacturers, Curriers, Import
ers. ( 'oir.tiiisiim :inil (Irnernl l.rntlirr I.ns-
iness. Wholesale nn.l Hi tail.
t" Manufactorv 15 Margareita Street.
Auj. 2H, 1S.V.'. ly.
Clieiip Watches .Jewelry,
niOI.rSAT.r, and Hctail, nt the "IMtila.lel-
phia Watch and Jewelry ftore," No, 90
North Second Street, corner of IJunrry, Philadel
phia. Gold Lever Wattle 3, full jeweled. IS carat eaten, ? J.tlO
Silver dn. full jewelwl, Sia.lllold Pneetneles, 7.C0
Oliver l.eiiine, jewels, 10 t' ilie S :lver do. 1 ..1.1
do d i do. II. fluid lirnceli'tK. u.oil
Snivel ior t)unrtieiB, 7. j! allies' (intd Peneils. l.litl
luiieieon d i. r. Silver Ten spoons, set, 5. on
Uold Pent, wilh IVneil und Silver Holder, I, (to
(.old Finirer liinqs, 3?J eenls to ; Watch
(ilasses, plain, IS) rents; Patent, ISj' ; Lunet,
25; other articles in proportion. All goods war
ranted to be what they are sold for.
STAl.'FFEK cv II. MILKY,
Successors to O. Conrad.
On hand, some Gold nnd Silver Levers and
Lepincs, still lower than the above prices.
August 23, 1PM. ly.
NEW COUNTRY STORE,
At the Forks of the Plum Creek and Tulpe
hocken RmkI, (near Krcighbaum's iilack
JACOB AVICI 31 KR,
iiESPEC'TFULLV informs tho public that ho
has opened a new Store at the above place
and has just received a splendid stock of new
Spring and Summer Goods,
Consisting in part of
Cloths, CassiniiTS, attiiiets,
DRILLINGS ami all kinds of linen cotton
mul worsted summer ware.
Callicoe?, Husliu de Laines, lawns,
And all kinds of Dress Goods for Ladies.
Tea, Coffer, St'nAit, Molasses, &c.
faitli:Uli:S, of alt kinds.
BRANDY, GIN, WNIE, and all kinds of
Hardware. Iron und Steel, Nails, ic,
QUEENS V ARE.
Shoes, Boots, Caps,Palm leaf arid other Hals,
Pish, Salt, &c,
All of which lie will sell at the most reasonable
prices for cash or country produce.
May 8, 1852 -tf.
AND GRAVE STONES OF THE FINEST
Italian and American Marble.
At his Old Stand in Northumberland, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY inform the public that all
wurk in his line will he made up of the very
best material and finished in the latest style of
the Eastern cities.'
Those in want of such articles well made and
executed in the best style and at the lowest rates,
will do well to call and examine before they pur
May 15, 1852. ly.
SOWEIt c5 BA1INES,
Publishers and Booksellers,
No. 84 North Third Street,
tlihtrs. PravelR. llvmnfi. Pneliml niul II idtoriral Works.
Travels, Novels, ftc, Ac.
Every kirn in me from a primer upwards.
An elegant nssorlment from the piM li'Xik upwards'
muile iif supeiii.r paper, und best if Imnling.
W KITING rATERS.
Cnp, Viist, nnd Note Papers, elegant stvles nnd (pinlity,
and very elieup.
Foncy, Pluin nnd Adlicsivo Knvelopcs, Ink, Pand. Wn
fers, Sleel Pens, Wivtea, Peneils, Purte-Mnnuies, Wrup
pnii? Papers of nil khuls, C'urluiii Papers, 4c., Ac.
Our stuck is nil frenh, Inuehl elienp nnd .ld necordmirly.
Particular iiUenium paid to UiMknellers, tjountry iMer
cliants and Teachers, however litllc lliev imiv linv.
9 iwcr k Haines nre Pulilisliers of PHI, TON'S series of
MAGNIFICENT OUTLINE MATS
Kneh mnp Is ncnrly PKVKN I'F.K T !( (tjAHK, and
sIkiws llie cornpuralive ci.e and relative position c every
country on tlie (.dol.e. They are intended lo lie suspended
Hi every School ltooni, nn.l il..! only make n splendid ap
penranee, lint lire universally iicklrowlcducil In he the
llKMT MOW!'. VV TKACIIINO UKOdllAIMIY ever
lirourllt out. They lire kevs intended to he ured hy Ihe
scholars, containing nnmiplete rpipnue of Unicrnphv, and
costing less than Imlf ihe price ol a (icoeruiihv ami Ail,,.
The system is in universal use in Prussia nnd (jcriuanv
nnd hus nlready heeu introiluced in llirard Collepe, Philu'
ilctpuia, ine puii.ic si'ivioisoi lioston. -w York. Phila.
di:l,lna, llnltiiiinre, Wasluncion, nnd throui;h"UI New
I'nclnud, New York, Ac., Ac. Our disks urn l,m.l..l
with reeouiniendul ions Iroin tiiemost ttilented and scien
tific tenrhers hi every quarter, nnd wherever the system
lias been usetl pareuls, teucliers ami h-holars unite in prais
1. Map of the Western Hemisphere.
U. Map of Ihe Kapteru Hemisphere.
:). Map of North America.
4. Map of the United Stutcs.
5. Map of V.urop';,
0. Map of Asia.
7. Map of South America nnd Africa.
Every map is hrilliantly colored, varnished, and mount-'
en on muslin nun rollers.
We respect fully invite Ihe earnest attention of Teaehrrs,
Parents, nnd rVhonl Directors to this I'asi'inatintr mode of
teaching Uungrnphy. frOWKII tc M vltM'S,
-l North Third Street,
Philadelphia, Aug.-jo, I8VJ tf.
PETER Y. QUAY
RESPKC'I'FL'M.Y informs the, citizens of
Sunbury nnd vicinity, that he has commen
ced a new store in Whortleberry street, in the
house formerly occupied by .Mrs. (iray, nml has
just received and opened a well selected assort
Consisting in part of
CLOTHS, CASSSIMERS, SATTIXETTS,
And n general assortment of
LADIES DKESS AND FANCY GOODS
of every variety and style.
GISOCERIES of i-very description.
Also an assortment of
HARDWARE AND QL'EENSWARE,
And a general variety of other articles such ns
are suitable t) Ihe Iraile, all of which will be told
nt the lowost prices.
Country produce taken in exchange at llic
tNinhury, May l.'i, li'.'i. Cm.
" IIARRISEUEG E00K EII-ILZRY. '
'. I.. IITTTKIJ fc CO..
Successors to W. O. Ilickok, and IIiek"k A Cnntiiie.
TPTIOOlv IJINDKi;., STATIONERS AND
ULANIv liOOIv MAM FACTCREl!.-:.
The suliserihers rcspecllil!y inform their fi lends
und the public, that they are now carrying on the
above, business at lite OLD STAND occupied by
llickok & Co. They II alter themselves that by
careful attention to business, they will merit and
receive a continual. co of Ihe patronage so liber
ally enjoyed ly Ihe old linns.
Particular attention will l e paid to the ruling
nnd hindin? of every d.'sciiption of blank books
for hanks euuiitv oibces. nierehants and private
d everv variety ol full and half
bound blank bu.-'ks. Old ho.iks, eriodicals, law
books, niu.-ic, newvpapers, iV r., bound in any
pattern and in any stlo reipiiied.
In mlditi'Mt I.) the above, they have, and will
at nil times kcip, a ;:eucnil assortment of Cr'l'A-
Cetiviii I nl-: .
SI ites nnd Pencils,
1 'iTink Curds,
! Potwieir "
Am dd's Writing Fluid, F.iaeures, Jte
l"3f" Paper ruled to pattern, and all work war
ranted and done very cheaply.
P. L. il UTTER & CO.
March 13, 1S33 If.
sTA(T nm cTe. "
lll'T II , euncel Ci .11 v i i, iifiiie.ee l!vl 1 , r li.ifl
' taken this well known bland, where he
will be firatitied to pee and entertain his triends
and the travelling public generally. This house
is now replete with every convenience, comforta
ble, pleasantly located, handsomely furnished,
well ventilated, rendering it in every respect a
desirable (.topping place.
io expense has been spared in filtina; up this
house. The chambers are well furnished and
the. table nnd bar provided with the best llie
market ran afford.
The stable accommodations are extensive nnd
well calculated for travebrs.
The fitar.es running from Northumberland to
Pottsville, stop at (hit house, where throtiiih and
way tickets to Philadelphia can be obtained.
Sunhury, March 20, 1S52. tf.
LIBERTY STOVE WORKS,
THE undersigned respectfully inform the pub
lie that they nre in full operation nt their
new foundry, nnd ready to execute outers for
Moves of every description on the most reasona
They invite the attention of STOVE DEAL
ERS to their large assortment of STOVES, all
of which aro entirely new, and got up at great
expense. Anions which are tho Liberty Air
Tight Cook, Complete Cook, Star Air Tight,
Star Franklin, Star Hadiator, Jenny Lind im
proved. Fire King lladialors, Salamanders, Can
nons, liases, Hare Cylinders, Bar liooin Stoves,
Furnaces, Gas Ovens, Ac., &e.
IV. D. Country merchants are particularly
invited to call and exnniino our assortment.
April 10, 1S52 ly.
No. 6, North Wharvet,
Where the following goods are received and sold
Dried Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Cherries,
Ac, Green Apples in Parrels or by tho Bushel,
Deans, Peas, Cranberries, Onions, Mercer Po
tatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Shelbarks, Chestnuts,
Ground Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, Kaisins, Figs,
Prunes, Grapes, Poultry, Eggs, li utter, Cheese.
And all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Pro
duce. Philadelphia, Dee., 13, 1851 ly.
SOAP AND CANDLES.
rI!HE subscriber takes this method of inform
ing the citizen! 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. DL'FFY & SON,
4 1 PilU'it above Oth.
December 20, 1851 if.
GLASS, DRUGS, PAINTS, &o
miiom:saii: am iidtaii,.
rpiIE riiiladelphia Window (iluss Yarc
house, and Drug, Paint, Varnish, C il and
Nos. 33 and 35 North Fourth Street.
East side, has tho lurgest assortment o (Window,
Picture, Coach, Case, llot-llousc, and other
in the rity 1 comprising upwards of 1I),000 dif
ferent sizes, ranging from the smallest Bize, up to
.IS by CO inches rf She.'t, nnd ns large ns 0 ny
7 feel of Plate Olnss, including English Crown,
French, German and American, both
Single antl Eoutlo Thick.
Also, a large assortment of Very Thick Glass,
for Skv-I.nrhts. Hulk indows. ewe.
Tho Subscriber having a heavy stock on hand
is prepared to fill orders nt the shortest notice,
and on Ihe most reasonable terms. Odd sizes
of nny pattern cut to order.
Ground White Lead ; Paint, Varnish, of ev
cry description ! Turpentine ; Linseed Oil, boil
ed ami raw; Pnir.t Mills; Putty ; brushes
Dyo Woods, Sir., &.C., cVc.
And also, a largo supply of fresh imported
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
J. II. SPRAG1E.
Nos. 33 & 3.'i Noith 1th St., E.Side.
April 10, 1852. ly.
"AID AND COMFORT,"
'1 o Your Otvii .lift it niiics.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS
Of the most Fashionable Style.
THE subscriber respectfully cnlls the attention
nfll.n ,,,,1.K,. I.. I..J I.......' I .... i...i:. I
j'lii.t iv hip i.,im- mill nii.:iiiiiu nnsui l"
mcnt of every (paility nnd jiriec of
which cannot fail to retomniend itself toevery one
who will examine it, on account of its durable
workmanship and splendid finish, made up of the
best stock to be had in the city. No effort is
spared in the manufacture of his ware, and the
subscriber is determined lo keep up with the
many improvements which nre constantly being
made. His stuck consists of .Mahogany
Sofas tmtitii ami l.oiitirrcM,
Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards,
SOFA, BRK.KFAST AM) DINING TABLES,
and also VENETIAN lil.INDs, ,.lllm (0 PLilo-
I BEDSTEADS, of every path rn and pricoi
CUPBOARDS. WORK AND CAN PI, F,-
STANDS, TOII.KT TAIil.KS AND
in short, every nrtiele in t'.-.is line of his business.
He also inanul'aelines all kinds and ipiulities ol
including varieties never before to be had il
Sunhury, Mich as Maiiooim, Ui.ack Wal.m t
, ami 'fiiiEii M a I'J.r. til; i.f ian; imi Wim.smr
OlIAIRs, ami l A'.c v Piami Siom.s, which nre
' of the latest styles, and warranted to he excelled
by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere,
The subscriber is determined that there shall
j he no excuse for persons lo purchase furniture in
I Ihe cities, as every rnnlidencr. can be entertained
j about tho ijuaiity and finish of his ware and
i His articles will be disposed of on as good
terms as they can he purchased elsewhere. Coun
try Produce taken in pavmcnl for work.
t'tf l NDERTAKINIi. H.ivimr provided
, himself with n handsome Hkiiisk, he is now
( prepared for I'tidertaking, and attending funer
, nls, in Ibis vicinity, or al any convenient dis-
lance from thU place.
i l.'iT The Ware Room is in Market Street.,
; below Thoinps. Mi's Store and Weaver's Tnvern.
I (iEOKGE RENN.
Sunhury, Jan. 10, 1853. if.
ro?i ;.' c F.vrs.
T?V MEANS OF TIIE
ivy. : :,
:, ill', or l'.verv otic las
V.'.s, S mvn Physician ! Tinirrv-i-'."V-"',?-':'i
V'-M si vtii edition, with up-
,!'.': wards of a hundred ene.ra
wji . . .
.':.. vinas, showing private dis-
y? 4$: '-jr S.Jl torm, and malformations of
th" teuerative system,
--.";:.J' V w fit- Win' Viibbc.
vvd. that persons suiVerit!
nce.l no more become tin
as bv the i'',-c;vri;'tioii'; e
.it1 tune lus now arn
; from nci-.vt ilist-asos,
VICTIM (il' H.I' Vl'KKIlV,
ntiinc! in this buoU,
any one may cure himself without hiiulrance to
liufilifss, or the knowledge of tlie most intimate
friend, and with one-tenth the usual expense. In
aihliiion to the petiernl routine of private disease,
il fully explains the cause of manhood's early de
cline, with ohmva'ions on marriage besides
many other derauceineiils which it would not be
proper lo enumerate in lit" public prims.
t"sT Any pi i sou sending TWENTV-FIVE
CENTS, enclosed in a letter will receive one
copy of this hook, l v mail, or live copies will l e
sent for one dollar. " Ad.hivs. l)n. W. VOI NG,
No. 152 SPlll'CE Street, PIULAUELPIHA."
Jy" Ur. YOL-Nti can be consulted on any of
the Ui'eases described in his ililierent publica
tions, at his Ooicc, 155 Spruoe Street, every day
between U an. I 3 o'clock, (Sundays excepted.)
Philadelphia, June 5, 1S5C. ly.
Ponuets, Kats and
Milliner v (1 o o tl s !
Q f EKCHANTS and Milliners when in riiil
adelphia to purchase their goods, will find
it to their interest to examine our large and fash
ionable stock of
We manufacture largely and l.vtronT the
N t w i : s r S r i l i: s o v
in our line ; which together with other advanta
ges enable us to offer liberal inducements to
H. A. CIIOOKER, & CO.,
Nos. 47 and -10 Chestnut Street, and .No. 5G
South Second Street, west side, near Chestnut,
December 2,, 1S51. ly. rf.
WSV2T. G. 1VIASON,
Engraver and Printer,
No. 46 Chestnut Street, above Second,
IS prepared to do ENOHAVI.NU and PUINT-
1NU, in all their branches, W edding, Visiting
mid Uusiness Cards, Hall Tickets, Walvh Papers,
Labels, Bill Heads, Notes, Checks. Drafts and
Diplomas. Seals und Stamps for Corporations,
Odd Fellows, Masons, Sons of Temperance, &c.
All tho above engraved in the best manner.
Orders by Post promptly utlended lo.
December 27, 1851 ly.
J O II M A. II A It It I S,
Manufacturer, & Dealer in
Imported and Domestic Segars,
Also, a general assortment of
Lcaffe niniiul'iirtiirrtl Tobacco,
C CONSTANTLY on hand, at the lowest mar
J ket prices. Corner of Chestnut St., and
December 37, 1(151. ly.
TuNOLD'S WRITING FLl lD and Adhe-
L V ,ive and legal envelopes, lor saio i.y
H. 11. MASSER.
Sunbury, nra 10, 1852.
-1VTRA1IT OF COFFEE. An
I J article more wholesome and much cheaper
than Collie itself.
April U l.V
For sale at this oflue
HANK NOTE TABLE
CITY Or 1'HILAllRI.PItli
All lolvfnt Imiikl 1
I.". I. Hnnk notes 15 dm
Ail solv-eul ImiikR nai
All solvent tmiiki 1
Hunk of Chniiilwrsliurg t ilisl
All Solvent Imnks I
....... . ,.nrcif;r ,.. pur
tank of IM.Co. Chester purl
i.nnsni itrrtnniitowil par
Atl solvent luniks -t?
Uk notes nailer 85
iviiiik oi (icitynlnirsf 1 tlis
1UH "I Irt'VVIStowil
li:illk.il.VMI,.,,,w 1 J,
Moiitg micrv Co ilimk pur
Hank of Nortliumlwrrinl. pni
All solvents tmnkff 1
nelvntere Bnuk I
C?omiTlerrinl Hnnk I I
Hunk of I'lUslniru 1 dis
nuiiK mi unnvilln
purl ! nr. llunR ivimit Holly p
I.. .. . i: ..
Coliinilnn lJ'kft H'geCn pnrlMiwliniiies' Ilk, Newark p
1 itn: i' si., aiHiiuctown ri.
intyiaiHi'vvn duiik pur .vi ecu. ijk ol lltirlourtnn p
I'.astnn Hnnk purMeeh. ft Man. Ilk Trent p
Urie Hunk a ilisi.Motris Co Unnk 1 i
Lxeliiinpe H'krittslmrg I iliufMewurk Hk'g&Inl.Co 1 i
r.xennnjre ii k, urniien ) lUK'v'rane hiiiik
Farmers' H'k, HucksCo inr', People's Hk Patterson
Formers' Hk, Iinruster pnr'Prineelou Hunk
Formers' Hk, Ftftiilins; pnr!tulein Hunknnr Co,
Fnnn. Ilk S.-lui tk i II Co pnrlrteincrret Co Hunk
F ft I). I!k Wnvn.-sli'ir Uilis Stnte Hunk nt Cninden
Frunklin Ilk. Wush'n I Jilis Mlnte Hk Klimlielhton
,lis !tnle Hnnk Ncvvnrk i d
1 tlis'Mnte Hk. N. Hiuinwk k p
Irfinensler Hunk pur
Lelmnon Hunk pur
Mercli. ft .Man. Hunk 1 dis
Sussex IjnllK. Newton i il
Trenton Hnnkiiifr Co pi
1'nion Hunk. Dover j d
LiT'Hk notes mider 3 J d
aimers' H'k, rottsville per
Mononirnheln Hunk 1 dis
Tuvlorsv'e. Del H'ff Co 15 dis
jjr.1,.1 vv n nt..
West Hrnneh Hunk pnr Hunk of Delaware
vv vominir nit, vviikesit'e pnr
Hnnk of tsniyrim p
Oelnvvore City Honk p
Hk XVihnir'n Hiniutyvv. p
l"nnner' Hk ft Hr.lnwnre )
tTn ion HiuikVilnniiotoli :
York Hnnk, 1 dis
Cr'Helief notes 1 dis
Hunk of Whettrs-k 5 dis
iMereimtile Hk. lluiimir 1n,lilfp" Under !?.')'
All solrent hunks 1 dis OHIO
All solvent hunliS 3 diK
Huiik of St AIIbiiis 3 itis
All S'tvenl luniks 3d
Ilk mites under 5's i d
All solvent lmnks art
AM solvent hunks dis
IV Under 5's, SJ d
A CALL TO HOUSEKEEPERS
At llic Cabinet Ware Kuom of
SEIVX IIOUPT & CO.
Also at the corner of Fawn street Sf the Railroa
Thankful for the patronnge of his friends am
customers during the 17 years he has been in busi
ness in this place, he solicits from the public aeon
tinuauce of their favors. During this period h
has endeavored to keep up w ith the improvement
of the ilny, and hns accordingly extended his busi
ness in every branch and variety. The public an
therefore invited to tho utlention of the presen
CA11IXIST WARE AM) CHAIRS
SEBASTIAN IIOUPT & CO.
At llic Old Stand,
Where in addition to their former stock of tin
establishment they now manufacture
Mahogany, Walnut & Cane-Scat Chairs
1tr'st Spring Seat Rocking Chairs,
Dressing Jiuremts, Centre Tables,
JLirbc Top Wash Stands,
and a variety of other
new style and
Fn h tooabfe FurssiStirc
Having seemed n If came and made the neces
sary nrriingemenls for Ihe purpose, they are now
prepared for Kndertaking in nil its branches, in
this vicinity or at any convenient distance.
Yfl mai Is n:nl nii.'.rees. anl liut-'mnils too,
11-i c'b furniture of every st le anil line,
1- r un snlc ! nt-U il'Uvn to kllcln.-n tallies,
l-'ri'in r 'i'iie,' chairs to leekiegemjlca
Ph nilil yell not l.avc tlie ready John tn viy,
AVc'll vvnit nwliile fir n l.rililer better ilny,
Or take jiot:ie.) oats, c irn, vvlieat ami rye;
Uark, lump ji ilm, staves, or hnnb?r vvjt ami dry,
Or any tiling Imt yokes nnd threshing Minis,
Fnnn piirs nml larkies down to I it t It; qutiili.
dune on then frieiuls. come nnenntl nil,
Keep trade a moving, so i;g.ns on the bat!."
I tf" Orders from a distance promptly attended
to and work of ail kinds delivered with dispatch.
Sunbury, March 9, ls5i). tf
l"1!! E subscriber respect fully informs her friends
J- and the public generally, that she has taken
the above well known stund nearly opposite tha
Court House, lately occupied by Mr. J. C. Per
kins'. She trusts that her expeiieucc in business,
and her eilbrls to make her guests comfortable.
w ill give entire satisfaction to thoso who may fa
j vor her wilii their cusmm.
1 ANN C. MORRIS
i Mnr.-h 8, 1851. tf.
J. II. ZIHKEILMAN,
Office in Deer Street, immediately opjiosite the
Public School House.
Cicr" Monies collected and ail Inoiincis pi iniitly und enrr
I'ullv titlendtil lo.
April Si), 150.
T IFE or Ciiiusr, handsomely bound, D'Ai--
' -'ll(ii;'s lIlSTOllV OF TUB JlKCOIIMATION,
III. i n k D.ir-iiouKs ami Lkuc Kits, full bounded.
For sale at the publishers prices hy
H. IJ. MASSKU
Sunbury, July 14, 1S19
i'l'ONE 'are, Earthen Ware, Raisins, Al
J! monds, P lines ami Cream Nuts.
Planes of nil kinds.
iS'alt and Plaster. Just received nnd for sale
by JOHN W. FR1LINO.
Sunbury. Dec. 20, 1819.
T5 OSE OINTMENT. A fresh supply of this
y"l excellent article for Tetter. ,1 c., just received
and for sale hy HENRY MASSER.
Sunbury, July 28, 1S49
OLD PENS with nnd without cases, of a
JJJ very superior quality, just received.
Also a Iresh Bupply ol v ritnig r lunl, for sal
by H. 13. MASSER.
Sunbury, Dec. 27, 1S51.
IXTRACT CF OINOER. A fresh supply
just received and for sale at this office.
Piico 25 cents.
Sunbury, Ju.y 12,1851.
SILVER WATCHES. A few double case
English Silver Watches, for sale at very low
prices by H. U. MASSER.
Sunbury, April 12, 1851.
5 A TENT BRITTAN1A STOPPERS for
bar Dottles lor sale ny
II. 0 MASSER.
Sunbury, April, 12, 1851
HjNOll AND SPRING MORTISE EAT
Rfk. CUES. An excellent article, for sale at
half the usual price by J - W. FAILING,
Sunbury, July 7. 1849
LANK NOTES, waiving the exemption
Inw of ijiilHO, for sale by
April 2(1, 1851. JL U. MASSER.
DD'S celebrated Horse and Cattle Medi
cine for sale by HENRY MASHER.
Sunhury. Jan. 87th. 1849
EE BILLS. Justices and Constables Fee
Bills handsomely printed on cat J paper for
sale at this olhce.
IOK sale at this oliice, Superior Black Ink,
Cattle Medicine at 25 cts, Pure Essence of
Ginger.25 t ents
LANKS of every description can he had by
applying at the oliice of the American.
VVrRITlNU FLllD and self sealing Enve-
loiies, just received and for sale by
April 19. 1851. H. U. MASSER.
rilSSL'E PAPER Yellow Tissue paper for
A eovering glasses, Ac, lor sale at the 0 flic
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