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SUNBUHY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JUUKNAL,.
A ST1UNG OF ITEMS. ""close not le"ar wlhl reading It, nor drink water without teeing it. . Horace Grerdcy will lector in Readinf , on tba evening of the 2JJ instant. Lucy Stone realized one hundred dollare per night above hei "expenses, t her lecture at Louisville, Ky. Blio'lT Of VU M ToUI.TFT.-Pi?" "d .ra shinned at New Vo k for England, In animer to order from that country. , The' Parisian editors speak of a new French dili recently come into fushiou namely, fried ralilesnakea. ' Francis M. Shaw, for some lime iho gen llemnnly sgont of the associated press in Washington city, is lying veiy ill. Moofe is saiJ to bo very plenty in Ilia i oisity of Moosehead Lake, Maine, and large quantities are killed for ihn Mnikn. Raw flesh is still eaten in Abyssinia; nml Wr.Farkyns, the most recent traveler in lh.it eounlry pronounces it good when ealen warm from tha animal. V""l Like nnlo a fiuitful vino is Mrs Frn7.cr, of Slack county, Ohio ; she has presented h.ei husbana with six children within a year, having achieved triplets twice. An exchange paper undortook to announce the arrival of Aichhislinp Hughes in llavanu, Cuba, and pot it "Atrival of Archbishop Hughes in Heaven V Tub Chicago Journal givos tha names of , ton railroads which centre in that city, and over which seventy five trains daily leave and arrive. The American Express Company, says the Albany Argus, have just expressed through via the Canada road from Albany to N. York) 200 dozen live quails and one iivo prauie wolf. CnHLEsTos, Fib. 10.- The Geoigi,, House of Representatives have passed the bill to remove the Seat of Govomment fiom Miliotlgerille to Macon. The Speaker gave rtie casting vote. ' The Millerites in Portland have renewed their zeal of late, and confidently predict the ' end of the woild this year. Some fix the time to be ou the ICili of May, when the great eclipse occurs. The Geneva Gazette says that no less than sixteen arles of railroad cars were broken on the Central road the week before last. They became contracted by cold, and snap, ped off like pipe stems. Somb of -the papers look nt the election of Fcssenden lo Ilia U. S. Senalo, from Maine, as the result of the Nebraska agitation, uuil the desertion of Democratic menibeis in consequence. The Turkish commandant at Rahovn, (Danube,) is Genge Aga, Iho same who led the storming party at Missolonghi, nearly thirty years 030, and. although now a grey beard, retains his nanio of "Youthful Ayu." A self-expanding petticoat has just been in vented in Pur is, and is all the rago with the '-fashion." It is filled with air through a concealed pips by the wearer, and can be en larged or reduced in size at pleasure. Wood cut in February is better than that cut in March, as there is less sap in it. The quantity of water in the different kinds of wood varies from 25 to 50 per cent. In a cord of jjreen wood there is contained MOO pounds of water. Tat Central Ohio Railroad, which -connects with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Wheeling, will, it is announced, certainly be completed lo the Ohio river, sons to carry freight and passengers through in the month of August next. Jons Wentworth, editor of the Chicago Democrat, has just sold a lot in that city, 96 by 150 feel, for S30.000, making, according to the Di-rmeralio Press, nUnut $100,000 worth of property ho has sold within n year and he has more than as much still en hand. O.f the thiid instant, the ice on Iho river at St. Louis broke up with a crash, destroying six steamboats lying at Iho wharves, besides injuring other property to a consider.ibln amount. Loss over $100,000. During the appalling scene the excitement among the people was intense. It is positively staled, in a letter from one 111 her Majesty's ships, under command of Admiral Dundas, at Constantinople, that after the destruction of Sinopo numerous pieces of eight y-ix poundei's shells were found there, marked with the broad arrow of tho English dockyards. It is mentioned, in a Russian account of the battle of Akliallyck, in Asia, that ihe Russians gave no quarleis lo any but Turks. One gun served by Poles, was charged by Bagawouth's dragoons, and thn artillery men, in despair, flung bullets with their hands at the heads of ihu Rus.ians. The caravan of pilgrims, which recently relumed lo Damascus from Mecca, pretend that they found or. the tomb of Muhammed a letter addressed to the Sultan, in which Ihe prophet promises liim .victory over the Rus sians. The letter was, it is sari, immediately forwarded to Conslaii;innpB. Maki.no ip lost timk An tldetly lady wiilc to a fiieu.l ; A widower wilh ten u-.t.i i .. . ... ",c" "HS proposea ami 1 1HVe nccepled. This ia about the number I should have been eiuiliea lo il 1 had been mar ied at the pro Per lime instead of beitio t-healed into i ucneniiy!" Sensible lo iha und, . o . "ro is repoiled to have .ni.l to . fiiwid, while conversing on Ihe Nebraska question, Little Djug, (Dou8lue.).ir,i, dead, sir; li'tla D11113 is poliiieally dead, sir.. If he tail lo catry his bill ihe South will kick him il lh rear, sir, and if he doea carry it the ' North will beat his brains out, air." Thc Colerain Colliery, near Heaver Mea dow, Carbon county, belonging te the estate of JuUn O. Cleaver, deoeaaed, located on ibe lands of Alter and S'.evensop, Pbilndulphla, was told at ajminialrators sale, on Tuetdaji Tthinst., the Tainaqua Osteite says, te Lewis Auderiteid. Esrt , of Philadelphia, for ' sum of $7S,309. Tfci. Way ! Thli Way 1 1 Thii Way 1 1 1 Foil mid Winter Goods. miLING 6c GRANT. RESPECTFULLY Inform their customers and the public, that, they have just receiv ed and opened the beet and cheapest stock of . Fall and Winter Goods, at their store in Market square, Sunbury. Their fctnek consists of every variey of Dry Goods, viz : ... Cloths, Cassimeret, Sattinet, Vesting, ' Flannels, li'olltns, fo.t And all kinds of Fall & Winter Wear; , Also n splendid variety of LADIES DRESS & FANCY GOODS, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chintzes, Dt Laints, Ullages, And every vaiiely of goods Suitable for La dies wear. Also a large assortment of HARDWARE and QUEESSWARE, Fish, Salt and Plaster. Also an extensive assortment of Hats and Cjlvs for Mum and Hots. Alio a largo assortment of UKOCEItlES, SUCH AS Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spices of all kinds. Also a tresh supply of DKfOf AM) MV.DICI.NF.8. Resides the largest and most general assort ment of all kinds of goods to be bad in this place. tV Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change st the highest market price. Simburv.AOv. 12, 1853. DAVIS & CULIN, Dealers in LAMPS, L.lNTfctUN C'HAXDELICRS, N. L Corner Fourth and Cherry Streets, ; FX2IX.ASBX.PHiA. "ifl .WING enlarged and improved their Store st--- and having the lartrost assortment of Lamps in Philadelphia city, thev arc now prepared to furnish rl.SE OIL JA.Mrrlt.iMi, BURNING FLUID, ETHEREAL OIL', rhosphene Gas and T.srd Oil, Lamps, Lanterns of all paterns. Fancy Hotel snd Hall Lamps, Chandeliers, Girandoles snd Cam'clcabras, and Briltannia Lamps, at the Manufacturer' lowest prices. Glass Lamps by the pockaco, at a small advance over Auction prices. Being large MANUFACTURERS of I'ino Oil, Burning Fluid, Ethereal Oil, Alcohol, and (the onlv true) Phosr-cno Gas, thev can fur- nish these articles at such prices that Merchants will find it to their advantage to liny. Call before Boinij clsowhcrc, if you want bargains. Also, lha Safety Fl .id Lamp for sale. Thila., Sept. 24, 1853. ly. CHEAP WINDOW SHADE Depot and Manufactory G. L. LEILL3DS. k CO., S. YV. corner Arcli ond Second (tracts, PHIX.AOEZ.rXUA. rtVERV VARIETY OF SHADES, Whole sale and Itetail, such as Scroll, Flower, Gothic, Vignctto, Oil and Dry Landscapes, are to lie had at tho lowest prices 1 01 quality of work Orders for Gilt, Flain Store, Lettered and other Shades executed at short notice. Merchants and others aio invited to give us a trial. II s will try to piease. Brasses, Trimmings, &c, nlways on hand. Remember 8. W. corner SKCOXJ) ,V ARCH Streets, Philadelphia August 13, 1S53.- Cm. Important to Coal Dealers. ripHE subscribers hereby inform the public, that -- they have entered into partnership under the firm of Kase, Heed & Co., for the purpose of mining, shipping ami selling coal, delivered at bunbury, or at any other point along the bus. quchanna. They will be ready to deliver coal, well prcpa. red. on cm tract or otherwise, at all times, on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. .Orders received at Shamokin by KA8K, REED &. CO, 5unbury, June 4, 1S5U. ly. Just Published and for Sale by WM. McCARTV, Bookseller, Sunbury, Pa. The American FLEADEliS' ASSISTANT : Being a collection of approved declarations, writs, returns and proceedings in the several actions now in use in the United States. Bt Colmnsos Reed, Esq., Ipsae legis viva vox With notes snd additions, together with a shor system ol conveyancing. IJy A. Jordan, Pres ident Judge of tho Eighth Judicial district of Pa., and Wm. M. Rockefeller and M. L. Sliindel, of the bar of Northumberland county. Since the publication of the book, the followinjc letter has been received from Judge Pearson of HarrUburg : IlmaisnL'Ra, June 30, 1S53. Getiss: , After a careful examination of your "Amer ican pleaders assistant," I take pleasure in ex pressing my entire approval of the selection and composition of the precedents thus offered to the public Iho legal prolessmn 111 1 emuyivama stands in need of a correct svslcm of pleading, adapted to our habits of businew, and the practice of thc courts. Vour forms of declarations being, to a great extent, founded on the acts of astembly, will bo a savins of labor to the pleader, and con duce to safety and brevity in our pleadings. It should be in the hands of every practising lawyer in our state. 1 ours, with great respect, JNO.J. PEARSON. Hon. A. Jordan, Wm. M. Rockefeller and M. L. Miindcl, Esquires. Sunbury. July 9 1833 Mann's Establishment 25 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia. For the Manufacture and sale of I'atcnt Letter Copjins I'ressci, Patent METALLIC DAMPENER Brushes' Oil Pspers, Blotting Boards, Copying Ink, &e. I'atcnt Parchment Paper, LETTER COPYING BOOKS, Superior to all others, aud each page printed PATENT LETTER BINDER, A most valuable invention for keeping in t cook-like form, Letters received, Original Invol ce, ike. Phila., April 9, 1353. ly. (MlTli a ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GlN (iER, a fiesh supply just teceived, and for salo by tf. B. MASSGfi. tSunbury, Jan. 10, 18.r2. , M7XK BILLS Justices and Constables Fee Hills handsnmeW Drinted on car J uaner for suls at thisolRce. CJILVEU WATCHES A few double case EngluU Silver V.'aUlies, for sale at very low Pru:e y It. B. MASSt'R. Bunbury, AprJ 18, 1,S1 CIRANBEHhlES, Ground Nuts. Almonds, N JS'S W Coeo. Nuu. Creaw C.r:''"J"?.''",' Fits. Citron, Lemons. U ft ... . ''""ss soo lor mi p US. 10. OS, I. W Tavon . ' .I.U . DTI. .'mt as. : J , the ii.. .t i w "m in. ii.ii n..r 1 tuubuty, Ju v, - ..vniuiia, uy ii4. LW.TEN8I14.CO CHERRY PECTORAL: For she Cars nt COUGHS, COLDS, HOAR3ENE3S, BHOIT OHITIS, CROUP, ASTJl. xttA, vnooriuo-couan AUO OON3U1VIPTIOW. TO CURE A COM), wrnt ntncs asd snns"s of til body, mki the trtRST Pectohai. on gii to Iki), snd wrap up warm, to sweat during ilir night. Kox a Com and Uouoa, tukeil nioriiuig, unonsnd eve. nlng, ncoorilnig lo cliicciiona mi the bottle, anil the UillU'iil y will sunn b renmved. Nona will long aufftr from thit uoiiDie warn Ihry hntl it can ieeo readily cuieti. rers-wa siHicted with a aruted c.wgh, which bruuke tiiein of their real at niiiht, will find, hy inking the Cherry Feilorsl on going t bud, they inuy be aura of a-mud, unbroken elf cp, and conaequently rcfreahinK rt. Oreot relief from nuli'er- ing, atm an ultimate cure, la aumutrtl to uioueanoa wno aio thna nlllnMed. hv Ihia iiivnlnnhle rmnlv. Fr.iin ita airrt-nble cITerta in thnae cnaca, innny find theniaelvca unwilling to forego its use tvheu Ilia ueccaaily lor 11 ana ceaacti I- rora two eminent rhyaictana in FAtSTTSviMX. Tenn , April 10, 1851 Pir We liars liven vour Chcriv Tei-toral an extensive trial ui our piartlre, una mm It to aurpnaa evory tnnei iv medy we have for enring affwtioiia the reapirnt'.ry or' nn. 1)1 1) KM t HAMITUA. ia iuvniiiHiilr. ita hy II action ou the Ihnntt nml lungs, when tuken in sin'ill quuntitics it remuvoaiill honricm-M m a few nourn, biiu wouueriuuy mcrcaaca uie pwi wiu uwmmj of Ihe voice. ASTHMA ia irncrnllv muuli rclicv-d, and often wnoiiy cored by Cherry Pectoral. Hut there are iroe cneea to ob atinnte aa to yield entirely to no medicine. Cherry Pecto ral will cure I hem, it they cnu lie cured. HKONCIIIT1S, or irritation of the throat ond upper portion of the lung, maybe cured hv Hiking Cherry Pe to nil in email and in qurnt d.iacs. The uncomfortable op pression ia anon relievo. Kev. uocr. i.AiNSlu, 01 nronmyn, ,eir iora.ic; "1 have eccn the Cherrv Pecior.il cure enc'i c.iaa of Aathma and linmchitis as leada me tu believe it can rarely fiol to cure th.'Sa discasfa." FOIl CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, 10 in followed by large and frequent doac.t of tho Cherry rect. ml, until i auliduea ilie disease. If Uikeu m icnaou, it will not fail to cure. WHOOPING COUGH mnv be broken up ana soon cu red by the use of Cherry Pectoral. THE INFLUENZA ia speedily removed hy tins reme dy. Numcroua instances liavo been notklxl where whole lamuica were protected irom any a-riraia coiMcnucnra., while their neighbors, without the Cherry Pectoral, wrra suffering from ihe disenae. lir. J. c Aycri PALKSf.uiuo, utn junr, 13.11. 1 write to inform you ol tho truly renvokaliie enacts of your CHKIlItY PECTOltAI. lji this place, and 111 my own family. One of my daughters waa completely cured in tnree nave Ol n ureaaiui i hoofiho Lncoii, i.y i..'"! w Pr. Means, one of our very beat physicians freely amies that he considers it the best remedy we have pulmonary diseases, and that he has cured more cases of L'Ronr with 11 tnan any oilier meoicine ne ever Dnmmimciw. Our olergvnien of the Baptist Church anrs that daring the run of Inpivixza here thia season, he has seen euree from your medicine he could scarcely have ueueveu w out eeeing. m . Yours respectfully, 1- ei.ui.iii, - 1 : . lieptty Postmaster. From the distinxuished Professor of Chemis try and Metcria Medicc, Boicdom Lolltpe. 1 hove founrtAhe Cntoav PrcroRL, ns lis ingredients show, powerful remedy for colds, and caujns, anu pui- monary diseasca. I .nnifi .i.B.u.nii Bacsswica, Me., Feb. S. 1817. ' DH. VALF.NTINEMOTT. The wiJcln celebrated Professor of Surgery 111 the Medical College, New York City, says: 'It givea me pleasure to certify the value ami erfiVnoy of 'Avsa'a ClllBRT Pectoiai.,' which I consider peculi arly adapted to cure diaeases of the Throat and l.unga.o Curt-sol seveie nist-osea upon rne .untrs nave oecu ci fected by Chkrrt PrrrosAL in such extreme cases as warrant the belief that a remedv has nl length been found that can lie depended on to cure the Coughs. Colda and Consumption winch carrv Irom our muni liiouwmns every vcar. It is indeed a medicine to which the afflicted can look with confidence for relief, and they aliould not fail to avail themselves of it. Prepared and sold by JJMES C. AYER, PracLical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. Sold in Sunbury by II MASSER, and by DruBcists penerally throughout the f-tnte. July 30, 18S3. ccow 1. Nov. 13. "55. J. E. COULD, (Successor to A. FIOT.) No. 1C4 Chestnut Street, Swaim's Building. PHILADELPHIA. EXTENSIVE MUSIC PUBLISHER, and Dealer in Musical Instruments of every de scription. Exclusive Agent for the sale of Hallet, Davis Si. Co's (Boston) Patkst Sisvexsiox Bninns JEoIian and other . PIANOS, L. Gilbert's Boudoir Pianos, ?lulodeons, Martin's Guitars, Harps, Violins, Shlct Mcsic, Mcsic Books, &c, &e. Residents of the country will be supplied by truul or otherwise with any music they may wish, at as low rstes as if purchased in person. Having ono of tha largest stocks in the United States, I feel confident of satisfying all who may fevor me with a call or order. Dealers in Music supplied cn the most liberal terms. Pianos to let. Second-hand Pian s fjr sale. Philadelphia, April 11, 1853. ly. Porte Monnaies, POCKET BOOKS, ANDTANCV GOODS. T IHE attention of the Trade, and others, in want f Porta Monnaies, Pocket Cooks, Bankers' Cases, Dressing Cases, Portable Wri ting Desks, llackeainmon and Chess Boards, Chessmen, Pearl, Shell, and silver Cord Cases, 01k Boies, Cabas, Needle Bonks, Money Belts, Cigar Cases, Portfolios, Razors and Razor Strops, Travelling I'lssks, and fine Cutlery, to- getlicr Willi a large variety ot ft nci Goods which will be sold at the lowest rates. F. II. SMITH, Porte Monnaic and Pocket Book Manufacturer, 205 Arch St. below Sixth, PhdaJelpIita. Srrt. 17, IS53 tf. Clicnp AVutchcs Jewelry, '"TyilOLUSALE and Retail, at the "I'hiladt v v pi,ia Wntch and Jewelry Store," J'o. ( Norih (Second Street, corner of Quarry, PHILADELPHIA. 0 iM Lever Watches, full jeweled, IS carat rasea, SKJS.OO Gold lHle. (2l.no! Pine Silver tetaclf.. 1,0 Silver Irfp. full jewllrd, 9. OoW Bracpleta. 3.IKI Silver Lever, lull jewl'd li I adiea' Gold Teiieila, 1,00 bupenor ((uuriiera, 7 IMlver Tea spoon., act, 5,00 Gold net'tai-les. T,01l Gold rem, wilh Pencil and Silver Holder, 1 ,00 Gold Pinger Rings, 37J cents to $80 ; Wntch Glasses, plain, 13 cents; Patent, 1 S J ; I.unet, 25; other articles in proportion. All goods war ranted to be what thev are sold for. BTAUFFER & HARLEV, Successors to O. Conrad. On hand, some Gold and f-'ilvcr Levers and Lepines, still lower than the above prices. Sept. 10, 1853. ly. nARDWA RE Tabfe Cutlery, Katrs, Pocket Knives, Hand Saws, Wood flaws in frames, Axes, Chisels, Door I.coks and Hinges Hand Bells, Waiters, etc., just received snd for salo by I. W. TENER A CO Sunsury, Dec. 10, 1853. CHI A IN PUMPS.- A small number of these J excellent pumps have Irea received and are offered for sale by H. B. MASSE R. Runburv. June 4. 1SS3. JEWELRV. A nice assortment of Gold and Silver Pencils and Pens, for sale chesn by Market street, opposite the Pest Office Bunbury, Oct. 8. 1853 1UHNING FLUID, Camphene, Sperm and Whale Oil, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Tur. pentine, Candles and Boap, just received and for sale by I. W. TENER dt CO. Bunbury, Dse. 10, 1853. f ARRIAOB CETIF1CATEt handsomely ,M- sx touted for ula i il.i. otIm vi.l. Wy ths down. ' '- "Eureka, Eurekh." 'L WE HAVE F0TJND IT AT AST. NOW for tlie little one. Why will parents waste hours and days in fruitless endeavors to get perfect pictures of their Children and after all get nothing but a poor, miserable caricature 1 We would soy, come to our EXCELSOIR GALLERY and we will guarantee te make you a perfect picture, by our Kt.r.crno Cnr.MrcAi process, that worlisln from t.i S seconds. We defy any Daguerre an in Philadelphia or elsewhere, to compete with us, as we are the invejitois, and tho process is used only in our dif ferent' establishments in New England and the Middle 8lotes. For pictures of adults, the silver medals we have received from the American Institute, New York and Franklin, Philadelphia, together with (he numerous premiums from County Fairs, is sufficient proof that they are tins Ke Plus Ultra of perfection. We would call particular attention lo our Talbotvpes Daguerreotypes in Oil. , 1). C. Utiiiiss & Co., 100 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Main street, opposite site Hamp den H'MHP, Springfield and Collins' Building, Wcstfield, Maa. N. 13. Our establishment is illuminated by the brilliancy of our Picturos by Day, and by Pioesor Jlorsrford' Safety Lamps if Night "Come and sec." Phila., May S8, 1S53. ly. Stone Cutters and Laborers WANTED! TONE cutters end laborers can have steady employ and a winters job, (ond not work in tho water,) at the Union and Susquehanna Bridge at Llmpinan, union county, J a., midway be tween Liverpool and Northumberland. To la borers 1,25 per dav will be given. I.EISF.NKINO ic FISHER. Chapman, Sept, 17, 1853 tf. Drugs, Paints, Oil, Window ' (llass. cV. 5 Toss French zinc white. 10 tons Pure While Lead. 5000 Ui'xes Window Glass. all sizes, Stiueiior Potash,!-opnhCoach, Lea til er Iron varnMi, white Dcinar varnun tor l lima Gloss, with a genera! assortment of fresh and pure D11UGS AND SIEDICIXES Also all the Patent Medicines in general use. warranted genuine. Colored and Etiamled Glass, Ac, eVc, for sale very low at ALFRED WIT.TUERGER'S Dm and Puint Stoic, No. 163 N. Snd Street, PIIlLALiELPlUA. physicians and Storekeepers supplied Goods sent to any of the Hotels or Depots free of charge. Philo., May -S, 1S53. I v. 2.5110 Acres Timber Land S?. SALE. CJEVERAL VALUABLE TRACTS OF TIMBER I.AM), comprising about 8,500 seres, part of which is situated on Tobyharina Creek, and part on Muddy Creek, wilhin three miles of I.chigh River, in Penn forest township, t-arnon Uuunty, one ol tho ;reat Coal Counties of PcnnKvlvai.ia, can be had at a bargain, if ap plication ue inn.'.o soon. These lands are thickly covered with the best j timber ot that region. While it.is believed that 75,000 feet of lumber to the acrc,-can bo cut from a large portion of the land, the balance will aver age not much less thnn this figure. The kinds of j timber found on the land are Hemlock, Spruce or White Cedar, Whitd Oak, While Pine and Chestnut but principally made up of White Pine and Hemlock. Tho Tobyhanna and Muddy Creeks are large and rapid streams, yielding a vast amount of water power, and are capable of driving a large number of saw millH. They empty into Ihe Lehigh, which stream, with thc Lehigh Canal aflouls an outlet to the niot desirable lumber market". Tbero is, too, under contemplation, a railway leading to the cities of New York and Philadelphia which runs within i milt and three quarters of I the land. 1 hrou"!i these avenues lumber can be delivered in cither of the cities named, for about !S7 per tliou-inud feet thus enabling persons en- guejeu in lue traue to uerive grcv.cr piouts man attend investments generally. In addition to the timber, convertible into eve ry snapo oi lumuer, mere is mucn mat win oil- swer for spars of vessels a sort of timber that snin-builders have born obliged to purchase in Maine, or at other distant points. Unlike most of the lands on the Loliigh there has, as yet, been no culling of the timbor on this properly. It stands undisturbed by the wood man's ae. It in, therefore, Ihe more valuable. The lumber trade ol the Lehigh has been carried on to such an extent for years past, lhata scarcity of good timber ia beginning to be felt. Every season necessarily increases tiiis difficulty. 'The consequence must ' e an enchancement of the value of timber lauds. Those un-cullcd tracts with the advantage of avenues to market, such as the lands ottered for sale, possess, cannot fail to be thc sources of supply hereafter. Hut the land U not alone valuable for the tim ber it contains. Il ia of good quality for farming, nearly every acre being susceptiblo of a hiijli atate of cultivation. Capitulistsdesiring to make investments, would do well to turn their attention to theso lands. For further information apply to CHAS. M. HALL. Oifics in "Mining Register" building, Potts ville, Pa. August 0, lS5i. If. LAW1U2NCE HOUSE, STJIIBURY, PA. THE subscriber, widow of Samuel Thompson, i'.cc'e., late of tho "Lawrence House," in Sunbury, respectfully informs the friends of he; lata husband, and Hie public generally, that she continues to keep lha above Hotel, and is well provided with all things necessary to accommo date all who may favor her with their custom, and therefore solicits their patronage. MARIA THOMPSON Sunbury Oct. 29. 1853. lm. Hook Agents Wanted. A GENTS WANTED in every town and county in the United States, to sell the most popular and saleable books published, many of them bciutilully illustrate J witli colored cngra vings ; also the most popular works of T. S. A K TIU'U, including "Arthur's Cottage Library." Intelligent snd enterprising men will find this a pleasant and profitable business. I-'or particulars address (post-paid, J. W. UKAIlI.EY, Publisher, No. 48 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa, October 1, 18j3 7m. WTK7II.EX'S COXjOH CUNDY. n excel I V lent remedy for coughs, colds. For sal at this oilier. PocnmW 4. 1S52." 1.1 AND B1L1.8 neatly printed on new type promptly executed at this office. Also blanks, of all kinds on superior paper. piimbUi'V. l ab. 14, 1853. imAM. rArfclt. A large and spliuiliil u. v sortment of Wall Poper, Window Paper ana uu iMiaoea, just reeeiveu antl lor sale by Deo. 10, 1853. - I. W. TENER &. CO OR sale at lliis ofuce, Buperior Black Ink, - C attle Medicine at 9 cU, Pure Esaence of Ginger. 25 cent 4 RNOLD'3 WRITING FLUID and Adhe sive anil legal envelopes, for sale br II. B. MASSER. Sunbury. Jaa 10, lft DR. II. H. HIGBEE'S remedy for coughs, colds, and pulmonary diseases. A supply of thia raluable uiedicine just roreivrd and for sale by il. B. MASSER, Sunbary, Juu's 4, US1 M CELEBRATED" Fa m i 1 y Medicines. IN nflenne; to the potilie the shorn taralnuMe prepara tions, the enliBcriher would state that in conaultation with his filends and some of the moat respeetahle of tha MsVical fneultv, It wna deemeil adviaahln to offer to tha public, a few preparatlona of known celebrity, beine; pre pared with Ue greutcal caro. and on Um moat aeieutifis princtplea, aa auhstiiutes for the numcroua wurthlcsa ar ticles that are flooding Uie country in the form of panaceas iiw cuie bus, prepareu ny ine miail iirnoraul and inerneiui. ry perauns, intended to cure all discuses and food for none, Head and llejlcci. That the Medicine. Manufactured hy W. M. BtcUKY, Including his Hon Pectoral for Coughs. Cream ol Cumplior fur Rheumatism. Worm Rvrup for Worms. Tooth Wash, lor deenved teeth, diseased enais. Family Pills, or blood Purifyer, have beea mora extensive ly used, and have given mora aalisi'Hction, than any other Medicines before (lie public, beinjr. prepared wilh recti rd to their usefulness are fully worthy Hie trial of the aittict- cu. i-iive incm a trial. A few powctfuL reasons why the above Medicines ars rieeerving of nniversul palionace. (In the first place, they are prepared hv a regular Physician, who understands the application uf Medicines, to disease, and consequent!? aro perfectly site lo take. (Secondly,) they have been used with univerkal success, nod have aiven more sutisfac tion than any oilier Medicines offered before the public. ( Thirdly ) they nre the only mcd.ciues that hava gained the pntronace of Physicians, where they have been used ; and (Fourthly.) they are put up in larger qnnntitiea for the same price, th.in any other Medicmca oriered to the public of the sinie kind. As the subscriber has a numler of certificates in his possession of ihe highest authority, where iey have been used wilh tho in 1st satisfactory re aults He will publish ft few of Ilium, feelinc satisfied that a trial will insure their recommendation. Try them and satisfy yourself of their superiority over all others. Jicail and be Convinced. We the undersigned having been made acquainted with tha ingredients entering into the Compounds known aa Ulckley's Fumily Medicines nls having presvribed end known them lobe nsed, with mist satisfactory remits ; take pleasure in saving that we lielieve they fully meet the design for which Ihey are recommended. Jas. sritAwnmni;;, m. d. c. 11. KRICH, m. B. WM. McMAIIOX, M. D. WKSI.EY II CI'.AntlKAriT, M. D. W.f. II. MAOII.I., M. 1). B It. CiUAKUKAlU', M. D. Cur of pain in the shif itnrt cough from protetted lAver Complaint. Mrs. Roliert Adams, lalKirin under Chronic Liver Com plaint, accompanied wilh a short dryc uigh pain ill the side and breajt. general debility, hiss of ni.paiiu, al'ler try ing nil Ihe usual remedies recnunneudrd fut cougha and diseases of the cliei-t, who wilh in benefit, she was recom mended to tiy the Rose Perioral, from winch, she nutouly denved iinnieihate but permanent relief. John Adams, s al of Mrs. Hubert Adams, was afflicted with vei v auvrrc colii(l pain in the side, and eorcneal priHluced by iuccsaaiit eniglnin j he was induced to try thc Rose Peetorid. To use his own language, the lint dose enabled him M rnjv a go l niirht's rest. In the ill truing he expeetoruled about half pint of matter. He contiiiueil to improve until his couph cnlirely left him, it als.ihadlhe cfleetof strenhenhig his breast, which wna ivitumlly weak, lie also says that he Ins lecommeiided it ua number nl hisfiiends for similar complainis, and In rvrry case it has given satisfaction. The ab:ve pers'N.s residents of the town r.f Panvi'.le. feeling lliat they have derived great benefits from the use of the Rose Hrcloral; authorize the above statement, for tho benefit of those who may b nfflieted in a similar man lier. GRKAT CURE. Loss of Vuiee restored with one bottle of Rose Pec tornl. Miss Susan Wliiiloek. of Rush t jwethip, Xorlhumber- 1 land co., for a number of years an il valid, in the full of IsM. List Ihe ue of her voice fr an a s-veie cold alio con- tnicted; afler trying a number of remedies, with no bene- ' fit, she was entirely restored hy talriicr one boiile of Rosa ! Pectoral, niter which, she l.ist her voice 1." iin. from a fresh cold she contracted, and was a-ain required by the use of atit!icr bottle; she Ihen lurk four h-ttles more to ! strcncthsil her breast, foan which si n dciivetl Ihe most ) ilecided benefit, and has leu in the enjoyment of excellent ' health from llmt time to Ihe present. I The abire sfitement is ohlained fn in Dr Purse!!, the ' riiysieian who attended Iter : uls-i her ucilicr who tltinks 1 that she would not be living ul Ibis time if it hid not been I for Ihe Rose Pectoral. ll invdle. J in. 85, lt-6'J. i 5riV another RTnrXtd Cure KfftcttJ. Mis Sjinuel Seehler, being of a tlfaturt:l weak and deli- j cate constitution, very susceptible to c.-lds, was ad:ieted ' with a very severe con;h. ain and oorenecs of the hre-ist, i loss of appetite ; alter using a mi'i'her of the usual reme- i dies from which, she derived no hene.lt. she v;tt cured by j taking one b utle of Rose Ih-ctoral nttd is in the enjoyment ' of belter health linn for yeare pruioua. " ' - pnnville. Her-. I ISiO. I 1k. BlcKt.Fjy : Permit me lo infortn vou t!mt mv wife, i who is a dellealu and wenUly woman, lnboring under a very severe Couch with pain and soreness of byeust, was mire quickly ntiil cllccluuUy relieved with ono bottle of y ur Rose Pectoral than any other medicine she had ever ink-n. AIINKR .M'DRIliK. Jan. b'v2. Samarl R. Wo ids' l-'uiuace. Hed Point. Smjxa evipcm- in favor ok Tint Rost I'ectobal and Family I'h.l. John Tubier taken between Chiistmns nod New Year with a very !id cnl.l, which eie'eil in a ihy hard iiicessjnt ' Couph, c:.uniii a grcMt ileal of p:un whenever he cooghed, w.is relieved very lunch: by the tine he hed token one third ot" a h.it'lr. mid by the limn it whb fin if! ed. wa en- tirft!)" cured. Iicnat ntyn that he 1;:m tjikcn aeverul duart of the Ilivilth lttrnt.-ralive or I'rtniilv TilU, ami llmt they nre the iniklfi,t uad m-st eficclnr-l ;itiri;iii'ia he hn ever t:ikMi. iJaiiviit. Jmi 1, 153. l)n Ricklht Pui iui a visit t.t tnv hr.lher.viii Dnn- viile, I livk u vciy it-vie OnM, whicli i-nded in a tijrht h:ud Coujrh, whh" icnts nml nniii ol the breast, fttr wliich I used your K.. IVetoml. nod I-'nimly I'ilis, nod tn!v plfriMire in ret'.immpitiiinar lliein, ns tlm mtldcct mid nt mt t'llcotuu. rente ly I Inveme.l. N (tiirs. rpupecUuM,-. .TAMKS MORGAN, Jmi. tfrt. 1S3J. AVhitn lltr.en. I,uztme co. f;ir S.r Ar reo-mrn'-1t(:tti"ii f r your Itfse l'cct' rnl, ptiniit uie t-i tn thnt ) hmi eiVcftn-'.lly rnrrd of R very ev're c nicli with pnin hi ;iie hrMFt, with less thnn li;,lf n h'tt(is. lM.fl tln.t I .ioiishU. it n.tr.t.i .his. i;ui a it Mil You nro I "nt libcity to nvtke t!iit publte if yon pW: joii.n SiMiltltINO ((ir.n-er.l Danville. Ta. My son William la'iorinp undor a severe c h?li and jwia 111 iiie nlr, fi iiiinrv rft-civcd hv n full, was e'lUiely relieved hy n h i ne of iim rct-tonii i ream 01 iiim- nhoi. 1 hnve rio nnea yonr Funnly rills, mid altogether 1 coiiaiuor incm uie lies: mcaccnu-s i inve e'r nsrtt. JUAN OVKRDOHK. Jan. 1S.V3. Hush To., Norlh'd co. lir. Hu-klev : ?ir: Aa rrr- wifa who waa troubled ilh dry, hard Conch, ulso a mr St-miiu-li, dependent nrMni ilobilily, sntlilnr to JJispepsio. wa. entirely relieved b nstnt: two bottles of your Krae Peetonil, permit me to say thut 1 consider it uu ext-e lent remedv. i oura, reapevtl u!ly, Hev Mr. II.I.ARD. Pastor Lutheran Chnreh, Dunvilte. Pa. Huvin2 been cured of n pain in mv arm fsiniilar to Rheu matism) whu-li depiived me of the free use of it for about tour motiins. uy usiuir ono iMitie ol ureain oi i ampiior 1 would slat, that I c nisider it the best remedy of tli. md I have evir usd in my fatnilv. and 1 would freely recommend it to ojlirrs wilh similar nffertii;s. oura, ro;ieemilly, JO.N AS WOLF. Rush tp., Norlh'd eo. My wifa beini evicted with a verv aevere pain in her nil and sli .uliler (the elfet-ts if cold) wliti-h disabled her out lisiufl II, waa cured won ruhhliii. nl I renin ol L nin- plior. .Mis. Killin, my sister-in-law, inn nlso cured of a severe pain in the head and f:ice by usinjr lha Cream of nnipli-.r tiiu.m A9 c. r.l.l.l, Danville. Jan. vi, Mv wife having Uheumatisin of the arm for a number of years, which prevented her from usinst it ill doine; her woik j aller lnivnnr spenl a cicut deal ol mney in trviug ditferent remedies with no benefit, was entirely cured by usins only one I. title of your Creuai ol Cnmphor. Wl I.I.I AM i;Vi:X!, Minor, loi ti. n. WikiI, K. Point. Dr. Hicklev: llavincr received a veiv aevere injury in my side by I'nlliiin; olf a I-aid of h:w. from which I wus una ble to follow my work, was recommended to try a botlla of Cream of Camphor, which .Horded immediate relief. lilill ri l'll CAItll. liush lp., Norlh'd co. Mv wife, anlTerintr from most exrruciatine pain. throuirlinut liar cenerul .yKtein, which prevented her from cepniR flManir .icramotied bval'ins and orolracteU anell of sicWntHa;) for which ah4 used a number of rrim-dle. without lieiu-ul, was entirely relieved by the use of Cruam oi lampnur. r.i-.vi.j,. iiiiu... Hnieeon lleniist. Uunvllle. ra rhiUI cured of Itowel Complaint, and Ague (of two yeara siaiiiiin?.) oy viormnytup. Mv child hein-. atJ!ii-ted for the last two years, with II iwel Couijirititl nnd Atftte until il was reduced to a niera akelelou, I tiied a number of reinedtea with no permanent benefit, until I irave it u h.'ttle of your Worm Syrup, since wloeli lime il has been well, and got quite fiVehy. 1 ulso hava recommended it lo a number of my friends, and lu every case ir has iriven s-itis.:iction. l.. l,l.l. At uuiis l.-jnuts' .Mcrcl.ani.j uanvtue. I have used vour Woim Svruri lu mv faiiulv, and con. aider it not only cnVclual, but the most pleasant article 1 am acnuaiiited with. JAt llll I. Mil.L-i. uanville. Having useu your vioiiunyrup in my luiuuy, it neipa my children more than any- pieparuti'ui of the kind, and i. more pleasant to luke. DAN' MORGAN. aiont nil how, uauvilie. have had occasion lo use your Worm Syrup in my family, and prel'.:r it to any Veiniifii;re I liavo unl. ettl-.li. lilitf, l-roaty auey, atoiuonr co. Dr. Diekley : Having used your worm Syrup, and Cream ol Cumnhor and ramilv Puis in my fumily, they gave g'Vnt satisfaction, and I c.Hi.nider them the most ef- lectual, ai.a plens.int remedies, we h-ive nna in nuriamily. JUlt.Mi i 11A. 11. UlSUI-.i LIUJIVIIia. Dear Sir : We the undersigned being in Ihe employ of Messrs. Grove, k. Coinly, at whose st'irS, you have an Agency for the rile of your Foinily Medirinea, state that wa have had an opportunity of ku.iwiug th. opiniona of numerous individuals who have used tlit-in, aud that they five general aitiafacliou. Wa hava aild a great many of your rilla, which aia univeraa'lv like.1. being very nuUl in their operation. ' W. I.KISI'.XRING, Danville. Attest, V M. KKI'l.F.H, Itnviiig Scurvy if my minth very liad, I was induced to try a bottle of your Tooth Wash, w'lich acteil like a cliurnl, hardeaiog my gums, nnd removing all disease, JONATHAN It. UIS1IKU Danville Dr. nickley; Having what wna culled ulcerated e.re, mouth, for which, I tned a numlicr of remedir. with no benefit: I wa. at last ired by usms one bottle of your Tooth wash. My wile also during her confinement, wa. Ihreuteueil with fr ire. uieasls, lumjis uuving alrcadv fornutl, lor wlnea .he used Ihe I ream ot camoaor, which acalter- ed Uiem, thereby preventing her hreasta from gathering. tii:i A. liltuWN, Near Lutheran Ch irch, Danville, Pa. Dr. IlicUley naviug an opportunity of seeing your Anti-Soorbutic To ilh Wash uae.1 in soma very aavera oa aea of acurvcv i tha gutn., I consider it an excellent reme dy. Voura, respectfully, GKO. H. DKOW.". The ahovs medieme. are for aale Wholeanhs arvt Ro- UU by W M. HICKI.KY, M. D , ProprieUK, Daimlle Also Pol ft.le by lh. following Agent, ill NorUiumher. hnuf counrv, Friling A Grant, Sunbunr; W A. Knoub, Auirualai W. Farrow. Snvderlowil : 1 aggnrt. Furmaa at Baa, Paxiuoa ; Jinatioe & Islrausa, Piisiim Johu Vanzant, Paxiuoa; Hugh Vsatine, Ptixim; Ammennan, Roasei 4 Co , Shitmokiu ; Sir.. Jne 1 nomas, Mianioaia; Win. Faetv, Shain.4ui; Campball Kbiw, Augusta Hamuel A. llera.trea.er. Peterahura : Jacob l,eieeurmg Btair Gup ; Conrad WVuck, Northuinberlaud ; Jeremiah crouae. HHinagrove; iosian n-ocar, i.awtaburgt jouu r. Caahiwand Joiialaaa Cellars. Milloii. thill o. Uia Ageois, aud get a circular eojitaiuiiif a full deacriraioai of th. numerous euros ft ft'iaS by the iliaTr OMl MuduMiHia. . tiutt U,. IMS 1. "AID AND C0MF0M," ' To Your Oirtt 'iricchnnics. GEORGE RENN. MANPTACTUREa OF FURNITURE AND CHAIRS Of the most Fashionable Style. rT,HE subscriber respectfully calls the attention - of the public to his large and splendid assort ment of every quality and price of VA It I NET-WARE. which cannot fail to recommend itself toevery one who will examine it, on account of its durable workmanship and splendid finish, made up of tha best stock to be bad in the city. No effort is spared in the manufacture of his ware, and the subscriber Is determined to keep up with th many improvements which are constantly being made. Ilia stock consists of Mahogany . ' Sofas, Divans and Lounges, Bnreaus, Secretaries, Sideboards, SOl'A, BREAKFAST ANU DINING TABLES, and also VENETIAN BLINDS, equal to Phila delphia manufacture. BEDSTEADS, of every pattern and price, CUPBOARDS, WORK AND CANDLE STANDS. TOILET TABLES AND . EXTENSION TABLES, In short, every article in this line of his business. He also manufactures all kinds and qualities of CIIAIIIS, including varieties never before to be had ir Sunbury, such as Mahooahi, Black Waibvt sun Ciblf.o Maf-lb Caucus ( sru Wnnioi CHAIRS, axo'fatcct Fiavo Stools, which are of the latest styles, and warranted to be excelled by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere. , Tho subscrilier is determined that there shall be no excuse for persons to purchase furniture in the cilies, as every confidence can bo entertained about the quality and finish of his ware and Chairs. " His articles will be disponed of on as good terms as they can be purchased elsewhere. Coun try Produce taken in payment for work. rT UNDERTAKING. Havinff provided himself with a handsome Ht.tnsr., he is now prepared for Undertaking, and attending funer als, in this vicinity, or at any convenient dis tance from this place. IS" The Ware Room is in Market Street, below Thompson's Store and Weaver's Tavern. GEORGE RENN. Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1852 tf. Hobby Horses, Children's rropallors. I Gin's. Coaches, Barouches, &o, Manufactured wholesale and retail by BTOHITELL & TTJLL, No. 64 VUVK Street, Philadelphia. Orders through the mail promptly executed Phila., April 9, 1853. lv. CHEAP WATCHES, JEWELRY AND ClI.VI-.R H'AltK Wholesale anil Remil nt No. 72 - O SKi oXD St.. opposite the Mt. Vernon House, (iold I ,tVer XValelies, full jeweled. 18 k. cases, t?!,Cn j Silver Levers, lull iewrli-il. S l'J.00 ; Silver lupines, jeweleil. SW,. 1)0 nil warranted to keep gol time. Ool'l 1'ens nml Sll ' v.r Cnse, 151.011; C.iU Pviieils, 81,00; Hold Peneil. and i Pen CjSvs Willi good (Jold Pens us low ns M.3, e. A!s, alnvsini hand a ;)od nssortmcnt of line roUI J Jewelry, (iold Curb, Guaid and Fob Chains, Gold Vest Chainsi Lndies' Gold Kotl Chains and Belt I'lns. I Silver Table Snoona from SH to 8IH. Dessert, SO to (Ml, and Ten, I,7S to SB, per set, warranted to coin. All h.kmI warranted lo lie v.-lint the)- are a nd for. ( ir Wau lies and Jewelrv repaired and wnrrnnlcd. IV All orders aeut by mail or otherwise, will be punc tually attended to. M. AVISK, Aent, Nj. 74 North Sl'-COND Street, oiuiosile tlie.Mt. Vernon House. Phila., April S3,18W ly. WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. JA3IES B. FIDLEB, No. 2 South Second Street, PHILADELPHIA. Gold Lever Watches full jewelled Silver Lever do Silver Lepin.0 do " Quurticr do Gold pens and pencil and silver halders Silver Tea and Table Spoons Bracelets, breast pins Ear rings cVc All warranted and sold at prices as low aa any in the city. Kevcmbcr 57. 1855 tf. Roscndalc Hydraulic Cement. AN excellent article for lining Cisterns, Vaults, Suiting houses and Cellars, and for keepinz dampness from wet and exposed walls. 1 or salo by CHARLES SHEPARD SMITH, of, and successor to, the lato firm of Evi Smith 4 Son. N. E. Corner of Front and Willow street Railroad. Philadelphia, Feb. 19, 1853. ly. . A VALUABLE HOUSE And Three Aeres of Ground FOR SALS. rTMlE subscriber offers at private sale, his house and three acres of ground, on the river Bank within the limits of the Borough of Sunbury, now in the occupancy of John Shissler and orig inally owned by Chas. Gussler while engaged in boat building. Tho improvements aie a TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE, If'iU a .felt of good U'uter, and a good frame stable. There are a number of excellent fruit trees on the premises. The prop erty is handsomely located and will be sold at a reasonable puce and possession given in April next. Apply to Geo- C. Welker, Esq., of Sun bury, or to the subscriber at Selinsgrove. I IS I ER K.EKLIN. July 23, 1853 tf. A Farm lor Sule. THE subscriber offers for sale his farm, CONTAINING 2S4 ACHES nd allowances. It is situated about three miles from Sunbury along the Shamokin creek, and is in a good state of cultivation. The Philadelphia and Sunbury Railroad passes through said farm It will bo ottered in parts or enure to suit pur chasers. It can be divided to make three small firms. The buildings are a KaK.M HOUSE, a good Bank Barn, end two tenant houses. JOHN FARNSWOHT. Upper Augusta, Sept. 10, 1853. tf. ' WM. M'CARTY, Bookseller, 1ESPECTFULLY informs ths inhabitants ol town and country, that he has Istely recci ved from Philadelphia, a large addition to hii stock of books, in every branch of Literature, and in a great variety of Binding. Please call and see them. Bunbury, Dept. 17, 1853. 1 ) LANK Parchment Paper Deeds and blank XJ Mortgages, Bonds, Elocutions, Summons &e.. for sale by H. B. MASSER. Bunbury, Apr it. UM , , ANN'S LETTER PRESSES, wilh books, ink; and all complete, just r reived, nd forsale ky y. B.MAfSER. Bunbury, June i, ieo.- HSMMWiw- I pANK NOTE TABLE. PENNSYLVANIA. MASSirit:ara. CTTT Of MIILADILrail All solvent tanks , 'a BHOUE ISLAND AH solvent tank. 4. CONNECTICUT All solvent hnnks j ji. NEW YORK. ' U. B. Bank notes 16 dls aii vuiTeni Dense mi COBsntt Bank of Chambersburi 1 die Bank of Chester Cn. nan ...... vnemer par BankofGermantown n.r airlAllseltntL.Li nana 01 ucttvelrarg Hank of Iwiatown Bank of Middletowa Montiromerv Co H...I, 1 dis tyilk notes 1" aiii www.-" " Alllv.n..h. ,to iit 1 dis Bank of Norlhumlwl'iid., Bank of l'itt.hor iji-I par n.v,uVrVB.nrSKTMi. ComirwetaiB.,, IJ Bank of Panvilli nail Far Bni . I Carlisl.Bank iKT'lM.'tMW"""-.' l-olumln. B'k h TJ-e, C. rjarlMechan c.- I."J"SW" H P"! Doyeletovrn ulk 1. l ... f -i "ewarll ul Weston unjik par l-.rie nank nar Exe.hanne B'k Pittabura I dis F.lchanee B-k, Branch 1 dis I flit' Farmers' B;k,BuckaCo par Paopr.'. BkP.it.,-,. I i'-' Farmers' Ilk. U,,,.,., S.JPrin'l., "",r,0 1 . n wi ." w 1 Sia ueaiinw nar H Farm, nv i,...n..n V.. I'm Fsnners' Bk, Re.,li, L,, Helen, ll.l."."V. Pr ! h i n iii ' 1 L V Tnierrer co Usnk j F D. Bk Wavnesk' 11,1,. Imi.i. , I dl Bank Franklin Uk. Vl'uh'11 FH, UL- u- : lo. ' .7""' 'MSI nar Will. e!Bie KK I ihkuL. lAfnTisimrfr tinnk nonewial. Hunk , . J V " par hii 01 Liei.w.rs .. ,....,,, S v iiarc9l'e par Bank of Pmvrna t.l rorunaiiK, 1 jj, Delaware City Bank Zm Hk Wilnwr'n Brandvw. ear Farmer.' Bk St Delaware par Union Bank, Wilmington nar tr Under .V. 1 Vh, . OHIO. . All solvent hanks a:. w iieuei nntea 1 A., MAINE, RankofVVhetlock Sdi. Mereantils Bk, Bangor 10 dis ah solvent hanks di. "ov JI1.1I rSIIirtE. All Mvent hunk. i di. VERMONT. Bank-of Sf A loans 9 dis All aolveut bonks . . di. rT"Dk note, nnder S's 4 dis rvUKTH CAROLINA. A II solvent tanka tyUnderfi's, J dn Tremendous ExcrrEStrNT .' '. Cash, Steam, Electricity ! ! ri Aerial and nil other lines out-don by th Lightning: Mne of IRA T. CLEMENT. TTHO, having great faith in rapid a.le. tni small proGts, has Just received ana opened a large assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. At his Store in MarXct Street, Sunbury, which he offers to the public at the lowest prices. His stock consists of a general assortment s Dry Goods, viz : Cloths, Cassi mers, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings Muslins, Linens, Calicoes, Muslin dt ' iains, Lairns, Ginghams, Berages. Silk Hats. ' A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, far Men, Women and Children. Groceries. Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Cheese, Sps- tes, r isn sail, naster. HARDWARE, Via : Iron ond Steel, Kails, Files, 6ws, V. QUEENS WARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cvps, Saucers, fc LIQUORS, Wine. Brnndf, Gin, Enm, Whisk jr, If. CP" Country produccof all kinds taken in i. I rbnnrrA nt !. lntiA.I nn.1.n , .Y Jbm v , ... DOCTOR YOrRSCI.FI TEE POCKET AESCULAPIUS : OR, EVERY ONF. HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. rpilE EORTIETH Edi - tion, with On Hundred Enirravinga, showing Di. cases and Malformations e the Human System in every shape ailTl form. To which is added a .Treatise on the Diseaai-s of Females, being of the highest importance to married peaple, or thoss contemplaling niarrioge Hy tr Win. Youa' Let no father be ashamed to present a copv a tho .ESCUL ATIUS to his child. It may s'ave him from an early cruve. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of mar ried life without reading the POCKET jESCU I.APU S. Let no one suflirring from haekniep Cough, Pnin in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and tho whole train of Dyspeptic sensa tions, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the -ESCULAP1US. Have the married, or those about to be married any impediment, read this truly useful bonk, as it has been the means of saving thousands of un fortunate creatures from the very jaws of death. r" Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CEISTS, enclosed in a letter will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent for one dollar. Address, Dn. W. YOUNG, No. l.'2 SPRUCE Street, PHILADELPHIA." Post paid. June 18, 1853. ly. More JVosy Goods!! WILLI A 3 1 A. KNOBB, I ESPECiTFL'LLY iuforma his friends and the public generally, that hs has just received and opened a large and splendid stock of FALL AXD WINTER GOODS, at his Store in Lower Augusta township. His stock consists ef every variety of Dry Goods, viz. Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, Vtstings, Flan nels, Muslin, fye. A splendid stock of LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS, Such as'Silks, Berages, De Laines, Mcrinoes, Lawns, Umgnams, Lalicoes, Ijc. BOOTS AND SHOES, l fine assortment for Men, Women & Children. A large assortment of GUOC'CIUES, SUCH AS Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Spicei, fcc. Hardware and Gueensware. Fish, Salt ant! Liquor, SUCH AS Gin, Brandy, Ram and Whiskey, Besides the lamest and most general assort ment of all kind of Goods to be had in the country. All the above mentioned goods will be ssld at such reduced prices as tbey can not bs get far elsewhere. Country produccof all kinds takes in exchange at the highest market prices. Augusta twsp., July 2, 1853. 8m; Lumber Yard. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Sunburv. and Northumlerl.nd and adjoining- counties, that he has opened' a Lumber Yard in the lot fronting on Cranberry St., a short dis tance East of the Steem Saw Mill, where hs bas now a large amount at Seasoned Pgnntl Plant, a! to PauneJ Boards, and alt other Boards and Bcilbiho Matkbial, such aswill be wanted for building purposes. Also a large amount ef Shingles on hand, which will be .eld from ft up to $8, according to quality and siie. Please give us a call and examine our price' and quality.' K. B. Farmers who are in want ef Shingles will please call as we will sell to vou low. r i. E. LE1B, . uabury, Vsy 88, 1S53 ly. OLD PENS with and without cases, ef very superior quality, just received. Also a fresh supply ef Writing Fluid, fer sale by H. B. WAiSER. Sunbury, Dee, T, 1851. LATENT BRITTANU 8TOPPEM te Dar comes ior saw vj H. B MASIBB. snfciirr. April. !, ! I IJLANKS. , LANKS of every dearriptio eaa be kid ly ajirVinj at ths office ef it. Arastieav. 1 ais.maia Hank N.w.rir I j : 1 di.!8t.teBk, N.Biun.wleJ: Y icnsier nanic par Sussex Bank, N.wton I d7. Letan Bank p,r Trenton Benkin. '5 DI 'rch- ?' "ank 1 di. Union Bank. Dover IT. Miner.' B'k, Potl.vill. per Vanlleyv'leiDel Dr Co 7J I M-monrahela Bank I 'dis IWBk note, under is il Z Tnvlorsv'eI)elH'.r , j.. ni.-, I ' it rol e