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THE CLOSING YEAR.
There Is great bettuty and mncli genuine; poetry in the following'lines, by I'rentica on the closing year j Gone ! (rotio forever ! like n rushing wave, Another yenr has burnt upon the shore Of earthly beinjr and Its Inst low tones, Wnnrloriiiff in broken accents on the air, Are dying to an echo. The pay Sprinr: With its younir charms lias gone gone with its leaves Its atmosphere of roses its white clouds Slumbering like seraphs in the air its bin's Telling their loves in music nnd its st renins Leaping and shouting from the up-piled rocks To make earth echo with the joy of waves. And Hummer, with its dews and showers, luiq pone Its rainbows glowing on tne Uinam eiomi ...tensive trial of il virtue br Plivsiimtn, Pmfes Like spirits of the storm its peaceful lakes j .r, pHticnt. hn ho'ii results surpassing Smiling ill their sweet sleep, as if their auv hini hitherto known of any medicine. Cures tlrennn I hve hrin emctcd 1 cvniitl belief, were Ihry net sub- w r. i .... IV, ,.,.. 1 1 l !;- I atunlialfd '.iv pTMiiiMif siuh eItfd position and . . ........ i, riu vi mu I'pnii's ui.i, u.. i trees. And overhanging sky utul its bright mists Renting upon the inMintain tops, as crowns Upon the heads of punts. Autumn, too. lias pone with all her deeper glories pone "Willi its green hill, like alters of the world Lifting their offerings to their God Its cold winds straying- 'mid the forest aisles To wake their thousand wiud-liurps its be reno And holy sunsets hanging o'er the west. Like banners from the battlements of lieu ven And its still evening', when the moonlit sea AVas ever throbbing, like the living heart Of the great universe. Ay these are now But sounds and visions of the pust their deep, AVi'd beauty has departed from tlie earth, A ud they are gathered to the embrace of Death, Their solemn herald to eternity 1 crrrt r CS. TiitnTY-rorriTit congress. First Session. WABinsr.TOS, Dec. 31. Sns ate. After the rending of the journal, the Message of tho President of the United States was presented nnd rend. After the reading of the message. Mr. Clay, ton mude some remarks relative to the treaty ol April 19th, Is.itJ, in order to show to the pcopit? of tho United States tho strength of the position assumed bv this frnvernmeiit re- ltitieo tn Ptn.il Amoeieon itfTiiee ntirl tlin injustice Of the position taken by (jreut BrU . J . , . e ., . tain with regard to the construction or tlmt treaty. il Ogre-eil eoncrullt' with all the President t,.,,l n,..t nnnEi,l ib .:n.,t,.... . ' .., 1 ,. 5t u I v.tta VUU1ILI i nun VtlV HllZlcmilC UUIIt v always pursnetl by (Jreat Britain, whether i the ground taken by the British government ' regardinfi ths construction of thut treaty, : namely, that it was merely prospective in its operation, nnd had no reference to the nctuul occupation by that country of the territory in qnestion, was the understanding of tho : government of the United States when the ; treaty was made. Mr. Clayton then being; i Secretary of State. I Mr. Clayton replied, that it was an entire- ; ly new construction something of which he had never before heard, lie never dreamed ; of such a construction being irjveu to tho language of the treaty. Does tiny man stip. pose, .Mr. t'lnyton said, that I in the posses- j sion of my senses, entered into a trinity with j (Jrout Britain to allo-.v her to remain in pns- i session of tlu whole of this Isthmus merely hecauso she had been in possession of it, and I then signed a treuty to prohibit my own conn- j trymen from taking possession, leaving her ; to remain undisturbed ? What motive could ' an American Senate have had in voting for it? Is it possible that any man can believe, fur n moment such a view was in contempla tion by thu negotiations, when it was airrced ; thut neither will occupy, colonize, fortify, or exercise dominion in Central Amerieu." To: occupy, melius tirst to take possession ; iiml i secondly, to keep possession, (jreut Britain t ngrecd io do neither. Mr. Clayton conclu ded by oll'ering a resolution that tin; usual , number of copies o''the message and neenni jiaiiyiug documents bo printed, ami l.'i.OOO copies of the same, in tiddition to tint usual number, be printed lor the nst; r the Senate. Mr. t'ass expressed his entire conciiireiiee . in what had fallen from Mr. Clayton, and his gratification nt tho course token by Ihe ; President mij the views enunciated in the message. In thu whole history of the most ; tortuous diplomacy llieru was nothing to be found lit all computable with the course nf Great Britain regarding the construction of the Clayton Buhver treaty and Central Ainc- 1 rican allairs. Mr. Vt'ellcr commended the message, lie believed this country would never abandon tho position the hud assumed, relative to Central America. However the people of the L nitod States may bo divided on tpies lions of doin"stic policy, whenever war men need them they would be found ever neting in harmony nnd unanimity. The message might be denounced by psuudo philunthro. pists, but would meet with a cordial response from evory friend of liberty and lover of lite Constitution and tho Union. Mr. Soward uunounccd that he was pre pared to stand np und support tho Clayton und Bulwer treaty j and. if need be if' the British Government could not be held tn that treaty ho was ready to go further. He was ready for the assertion and practical maintenance of tlm Monroe doctrine. My Darling. The following exquisite little pocn is from I I utnam s .Monthly lor October:, Her soul is as white as the lilr. Anil her heart as warm as the rose ; The breath of the morning is with her, AVherever my darling goes. The children are glad at her coming When tho children urp old nnd gray. There will be more light in their spirits, That they danced in her smilo to-day. When she shall be singing in Heaven On tho ways that sin' walked below, Like June in tho wealth of October, Her spirit will breathe the glow ! We, reincnihcr being at a conference meet ing once, in Yankee land, when one of the deacons came around asking the people if , they wanted salvation. Near ui sat a butcher's boy, nineteen years old, about as amenable to salvation as a lamb in his hands would be to mercy. "10 you wuut salvation T" said the deacon, looking into his face. "No, tiara year, i wont Sal Skinner, and tho scstou won't let ma take her oat 'till rnectins over." . MiMrACTi'SK op Papkb There are in . the United States 750 piper mills in actual operation, having 3000 engines, und firod j. cing in the year 2.)0, 000,00(1 pounds of paper, which it worth at ten cents per tb., S'i.i.000. ... (JOO. To produco this quantity of paper, 405.000,000 pounds of rags uro reduireil, 1 - jwvumlti ol" rags being necessary to nuke One pound of paper. The value of these rujs at four Cents per pound, is glG.200.000. w j Thar ia one thing a drunken man can't do driv a sulky without gttliug hi leg mis d p iU Us vIsmU. M 91 y tin AY KITS PILLS, hsw nnd irriila-ly successful remedy fir the ,1 cure Bilioii. diseases Costlveuess, lndb gestfon, Jsi.ndtcc, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevere, Gout, Humors, Nervnnstioss, Instability, Inflamma tions, Headache, Pains in the llreast, Sid. Bark, and Limbs. Female Complaints, Ac ft a. Indeed, very few are tne disease in which a Purrstive Medi cine i not more or less required, nnd mnrh ick ifm and kiiHVtitik miirht tx prevented, If a harm less lint tsffectual Cathartic were mure freely used. So person pan feel well while a costive hslrit of bndr prevails ; besude it soon generate serious and often f . 1 1 u 1 diseases, which niigiil have been avoided lv the timely and judicious use of a good purpstive. 'ihis is alii i' true itf Cold, Feverish symptom, and JRilinu dcranecuicnt. They all tend to become or proilnce the deep seated and formidable distemper which load the hearses nil over tlie land, llonce a III reliable family phvsie is of the first importance to the public hcnlth.'tnid this Till Una becu perfected . . , . ...... j . . ., . aim cor.siirrmtaie ,im in mm umi m-mmm. chnraetrr na tn forbid the anvpirion nl iiiitnilli. A-r.tr lht manv eminent ienlbmen who have testified in favor of these l'i'..a, we may mention : l)n. A. A. Haves, Analytical I 'hcinist.iif Huston, aod Htate Aiiycr of MHsHchitetts, whose high professional character i endorsed by the Hum. Ki'W.iiui F.vitirTT. Senator of the t. S. KniiRitTt'. Wjvi MMiie, Kx-Spcaker nf the lions riff Hcprcscnt'ittvis. AlMioTT l.AwntM-K. M iniatcr I'len. tn Kofflnnn. John It. Kitzvatiih a. I'aih. Uiahnpof lloaton. Also, Mil. J. I:. CiitLToN, I'rattiial Chemist, of I Nrw York Ci1v. einlotetl bv IIoN. W. I..' Maui v. Serrctnry of Stat. M'M. U. Aanin, the rirticat luan in Am.Tirn. S. I.h.anii Co., 1'Mjir's of the Metropolitan I Hotel, nnd nth'rra. Did spare nrrniit. wc rould give manv huncrea ! eertitinites, Jinin nil p:irt where the T'illa have ! been unl,but evidenre even more ronviiirinf! Ih:in the experience of rniiernt piililic men in found in tliriT rt i ts upon tri;il. ; Thee Pills, the renlt of lonn Investifratmn nrd i studv, nr- othml In Ibe pnblie a the lust and men comp'j'tr wtni'ti the p-et-ent mme in inoirai cienre can atl'ord. i Levaie i'iinipimiidd v-Jt ot the drus tlieinselvrs, biit of the inrdiniinl virtues only of VeireU'ile remedies, estnn ti d by (heiiiii.a) process in a state of purity, and conibjird together in such a manner aa n insure the liest results. 'I his tv,irm nf ponioiisition for incdiriiiea has been found in the Oicrrv I'ei toral ainl Tills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than hud hitherto been nli tainrd bv an v proi es's. The ren-on is perfectly ob rions. While bv the eld mode of compilation, ev ery medicine is uuidened with more or less of acri monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi vidual virtue oiilv Hint la desired for the curative effect is present.' All the inert and obnoxious qual ities of each substance employed are left la-hind, the curative virtues only beinrr. retained. Hence it is self-evident the effects should prove as they have proved more tmrele remedial, and the Tills a surer, more powerful nntdote to disease than any other medicine known to the world. As it is frequently expidient that my medicine should b taken under the counsel of all attending Thvsician, and as he could not properly juilire of a 1 rented v without knoivirm its composition, 1 have nm.iott tbe aeenrate Formula? hv hv wnien iMitn mv I'e, l.ir:.l antl Pills Hie limtle to the mile body of I'ra. titioners in the I n.ted "',1 "jV"""; icsn I rovince. If however there hliouid be any ; one mhn lllt ri.,ciw,i them, they will b ! promptlv forwarded bv mail to his address. I Of ull'the Patent Medicines that are otfered, how ; few would be taken if their composition was known! Their lite consists in their Invstery. I nave no ... ,r;.. 'the coiiipositir.il of my preparations is lain epeT tu all men, and all who aire competent to judge tin the subject frielv acknowledge their convictions ol their intrinsic ini rils. I he Cherry Pectoral was pronounced bv scicnlilie men to be a wonderful mcdit .no before its ettccts were known. Many em inent Phvsieiaiia have declared tbe same thing of my Pills' and even more confidently, und are will ing to certify that their anticipations were more than realited'bv their effects upon trial. Tbey operate bv ttieir powerful inrltience on the internal viscera to partly the bitted and stimulate it into health' action remove the obstructions of the stomal ii, bowels, liver, and oilier Orleans of the hndv, rciitcrinir theii hrcciibr action to health, and by itirret litiit. wlt reer tuey exil. such derange ments as are Ihe tiit oiivin of tli-ense. Ilcins aitgi.r wr it pi d they are pleasant to take, and hemic p in ly wuctahic, ii" harm can ane from tl.eir use in auv tpi tnlity. For minute diiei iions, see wrapper on the Box. I'ttKI'A l;tr'.l 11 V .TAMKS C. AVER, Pk-iirtit nl :nl t mh!) (i nil IirmKC, I.OWKI.I,, MASS. Tri.-- C" C-Mf tt Tr.s. Fivn Eoxai for $1. Wifpt st firuner. uiilmrv; Bird A John. Shnm'.kin .Winner. Nnrili'inil.rrlmd ; J. K. Cntlow, Milieu mill t.v nil ltiiLrit"in in N trllicru iriiti Unnu. June:, 105 I '. P 'jy v H Z BURTON & FENT0N, .5. II'. enrnrr Sixth nnd Arrh streets, I'tiinpr.i.nii . riEA!! Teas!! nn uticoniiii.iiilT full rnl I choice assort nient nf black nnd ereen Ten of all untiles, from the extremely low price of 30 els :.' -Ill 50 fiO 7 i t.i 'T.lrts. per lb., warranted to be superior to any to be hud else where ut Ihe sume urices. We know and conf'i ilemly rcionitneiitl them lo l-e Cll wr cent cheap er than auv for sale in the eilv. We have aUtt a very superior iissorlnietil of I 'oiree, (Itl (lov't. i Java, I.ajtiavri. Marmai iim. liioatni ('up II iv I lien (,'oll'ee. New No. I Mid'.erel utnl Shad in ' J nnd i bid. nr a- uiav be m tl. t'lite-e. fine Apple. 8np .iiKo. New Vtnk Criain 'lie-we nl I way on hand. Soap brown and while ; nl-M II. I,. Ketnlell A Un's Chi lineal I line Soap, oi.e Ih. of which w ill i.t as far as ' .!'.. irtint ir itr.ov'i j Soap. Also Starch i f tblVetenl . sauces, ketehiiiis, olive-, .tiive 01 jilalt'i. 1 ! !, :e '.. sir.li . a i- i 1 hoveys. cVc . will a lol' a.-iv:n... t ui . ,tt.-y I Goods, tn which wc iuv.te toe ,1 t.o too- !' tf:e 1 public, tut-all 1111! c.iiui::e on-' .t."ii.. ,i-tti . ment ol I'iue (jria'eiie for ele b I I DI UION .V FKN ItiV. ! ; Wholesale nnd lielail l'i nily liro.-cr a-ul Tea Dealers, S. W ctr "ixt'i ami Ar. h sis. N. II. (t,oi. ilelivcretl lo M purll nf the eily j free of eharrte. I'hila., Sept. 23. IHS.V apt 8y Trusses! Trusses !! Trusses!!! -gpL f. II. NTKDI.Etf, 5. II". Cur. of Twelfth nnd Jl'ice S-tntU, Philadelphia SMPORTEIl of fin French Trns-ei. comhi liiug extreme hi;btiies, ease ami durability I with correct coiistriiclioii Hernial or riiplnreil patient can le sutletl by reniilling ainoiii.ts. as Itelow : Sending iiuttilier of inelie round the hips, and elating side iilli'Cletl. Cost of (Nitnle 'I'riisa. i .t. $5. Double $.1, ?f, $N an, I $111. I osl r .ctioiia as In near, snd how Incited a cure, when po.sib'e. sent wilh Ihe Truss. Also for sule, in great vaiiely. Dr. Ciu;i;i?'. Iinpruvril I'lilrnt l!u:ly Ilrurr. Fur the cure nf I'r-ilapsiis Uteri ; Spinal Props and Support. Patent Mioulder Unite, ('heat K I pander and Lreclor llrat ei, uilupleil lo all with Stoop ISliouldera niil Wc.tk hums; Lnuli-li Ltasiie A bilomtual Uelts, flusH'nsories. Syringes male and female. tV Ladies' Itoom. wilh Lady attendants. I'hila., Aug. 4, I80.V ly I' 6. CIIEAP BOOKS L STATIONARY. OEllk ft F.RETV, invite the altentioi, ,.f 1 merchants and others to their large stuck of elegantly hound lliblc. llyinii Hooks, Prayer books. Albums, and 1'rcs. oiaiioii Itook in all style ol binding ; Klandard 'I'lieoliigicai. Mtxltcal, Mutcellaiitaiu and School books, which they hav receivetl from Trade Sales anil are (elling al eitrenielv low price. Mto direct from the manufacturer and Iiu porters, eter- kind of Plain ami Fancy Writing, Letter and Nole Paper. Fnveloas. Cold anil (ileel Pen, Pencil. Inkstands. Wrtppiog Pa per, ice, &c, at the lowest cash price I'KliKV I'.UKi y. . 8. W. Comer, 4th snd Race Ht. PhiUJ.Iphi. SepUinlssr S, 1855. If - - Fine lot of WaJI Paper just received am for al bj ' . V.L McOACrV. K4tkt kjn GENUINE HOHEYISUAP. rTIHE nnrltv. fraa-rance -- cV mild emollient .slfrV.,, properties of this Soap, renders it especially de ervin place on every ttffiif & toilet, Kor chapped hands, and various disease of kit,, it is uneoualeil Each rake ia atamned WM. CONWAY, 1G8 8outh Secend street, Philadelphia. No other i Genuine. Improved Chemical Olive Soap, Warranted to Wash In hard. aoft. or salt water. This snap ha powerful cleansing properties, whlc!i readily remove Oil, Paint, Lirt,oVc., from every description or rockI without Injury to Ihem. For all domestic purposes it is sniterior lo any other soap in use, and SO per rent, cheaper than the common rosin snap. Ech liar is stamped. WILLIAM CONWAY, 108 South Second street, Philadelphia. Manufacturer of Kanry and Staple Soaps, sperm, atenrine and lallow candles, importer and dealer in sal soda, sodj ash, rosin, Ac. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Pliilx. August 'Ifi, 1855 If. DR. A. D. MADDOCK'S plow UElXJIKATLU WOKK on INHALATION 71 tht 'I'l entmenl and Curt of tsnsnmplloii, Asthmw, Hrouehitis, and ther liiss-usea ofihe liealratiir truns, hy JWrdlcul Inlia atloii. WITH NOTT.S AM) ADDITIONS ST tR. ClIAB (tllKKXE. Pitst American edition, from fb'th fiiaton etliiron, where II litis hail an impteectJeiltetl sale. Tins is a vnUciliie work nrd slioiiM heiutlie hanilsofal otViiliits. sol the Mt bcal I'rttfssi n gciir.il!y. r'or-w-iroiil free of cli.nqv. Ity null, ,u rei-riot ol' rirrt mi; iMIi (till) om 'iii C. W. VAN MilHN A t(). A'n. ?,2 A,.rf, AViifA l'iiltltlrlj'iitl. We suhj 'in a fiw, fri-iri intny e ioiitieo.liilory notices ai'tl revievs ftoin Hie IvtsliMi anil American AU-l'ea anil ot!i.f J iiriia.s . -lir M.eliloes is ilie s mi of tlie late Henry Nbitt.l s-k, Kf'l , M. T , I In- well known liartoiei, iihtl pronnsis to rise, ih Ins own I'Toli Sf ! it. ui us titint hi a iltaree ait his nureitt. . . Tne e at, in (ittlt'tiall in) prononnl its the in t . ilt't-tiia, iiii'ilt. tt oi' i,t.;, i,,s .i rt'ttirity to a it-ntion .f 1hess:enl t til-ll -:iitu t Iht tin. vtlt rraclietl bv llfilte.ne i !l . . . . We r.-eoiiinietiil nnr TeinWs lo nir.-li;ii- t lie V irs - i sleMin I lir. tnelr. I it II. I't b. III. IMi Wert-e uiiueiitl lite W.rk to our retnlrs. nt it appivira In l.e fully iiia.iireii. i-lt"iiily wrtllt ii, iiml tiitm'tv ilive-tnl of auv qu lekery nr pe'i-seewinjjt lt-nib oey. 'I'ne Work we'.t tlretves prbKit, anil the piaelli'e. as lar its tnir ktl ovletlffc ntnl xpertf'iee exieni'ii, 111 rt nay II. l olliy It serious e intnler.tlt ,n, bet a paMrtll ttinl o its merltso In.iiJ at Methe;il Jonru:il, teeeni!.er 1:1. I"I5. ' e Hunk thai 111 one eun use from us tie- I ussl, wiThnitt beinc salislietl tl.nt it isthework.s a prae. leal amt experteie:rti malt ; lintl that it tmilit. for the sane i of ttusie w ho tnilfet from eottsttmptioti. asihtua, or liiont tit- i lis, to l,e brought into extensive eiletilitt, .it. It is. in tlie . strifes sene ot the tetm, a viliciiilc. Work." Oxfont L'ttiversiiy liertiltt, Noviin'.itT, 7. ltO. 'A lle t'ioit ol tlm lttitlni Kiliti if Mr. Madil s k's I Work on Ciiiisuippiitiii. Hrouehitis Anltma. Ac.; Willi Notes. Ac.. Iiy Jtr. t.hns. tjreeue I Ins Wink will lie found Worlliy the otentii'ii of our rt-atbrs. for they inav learn t'rorii it what can be expected from this initle of tre'ituip (?otisiuu.tinii ami ott'er alfeef mits "f l lit? nir-pns-s:tfies. fir. M . is cvtttcii..) . .ll.ol ol consttlertihle intelli. trenee mill whatever llieie is til "d in iiiluilrtlioiis of tlleiberttett vators, he seems to have alnltty to extract, Itav. we i luntier. adtt s;iv. that we fear that the Pro-f.-sl -a htice a ( eiven surTicieul ntreiili n to this mode ot a'li-vt'ilinj I fir nifb'i niil of I hose Itihormtj uiiiter Una ' el ts ol tlisesics.' New Jersey .Medical lleporler, June, t I -V,. (From Profess.., J.is. rtryan, Ktbtor nf the "riiMatlelpliia I Metlieat Itllii riiircteat Journal." "Dt. Maud 'CK book on liitniltilion is one of Ihe few ftl'Ml llTttc orri, iiini ll' lll 1MB r.llg 1,11 ltfBi on tlliw j sauleel Its re.iinblicatt on ni tins comitrv. Willi the ! iiiilieiotis Nois of r lireene, will atttl to the nittltctil litetntnre of the t nitett States, anit, .t is hopetl, escitesotn 1 interest in the uinlicnl lr-tfrRi n mi Ide milurri offnlin- tut n nt. ii ii motuf f trfvttinp iiiiitntiirv off rtuuif. Willi th.i ruMitum nf tnleni ivrrie in lhyMlcy, llui iiittdi (if trriiiiiifr lliere dittfuiira thfuitl hnvr n f.iir trinl nnd mi" TUmuMittvit in idf fur f'tiir neplfc! wlnt h In huiutiuu It'it nifTetetl ut the baniln nf medical mm Jam' Mptax. M. p., rr'f. tif Surgery in Pliilnilrlilnu (illt g f Medicine A CARD. tn. nir.rvr. win tn-xt n'sr:A?K? or thk !.t (, mid A-ASAJ. nerrtlily to the in -da vtK-reMi'nlx Hdnplrd in the nrttriire nf Dr. A. H. Mud dTk, mid tither einiiteut phvuicmim f Knn-pe. Hy ltis in hIi nl iretitrneuT rhe dmefmed uttrfncA nt Ihe Hrnnclii nnd l.unfj nr ilm-i'ilv noted njwm, the v:ii"iM iiif1i'ii I rd vn por U'i'ir (:iriel t h m t iiumiIc r;tiii.liliti nl'lhe l.utici. pr Niufiti h:iltliv rti'tn; whre n mmplpte din ri'itrjiti m hi ni tcMi pbr the t.ent rMiihi it I wax at tend tii feature f Prnriire; in fnt. with ntnt:ihle iif'ninctn. it intheitjilv re!inlle fft-nn f trentins dmeiivei (if the He;ur:itiry Orimim. He intend! t'eiMtinc hii unit titinii 'ii t t thi pMrlicnlnr bnun It .f hn pn (Vwin't, Titos deimuB if uit'iaulting tmii ran t. h letter ml dft'wrd t ciiaj. cri:f:. m p. 1!X Tinluda. P. O. Tliiladn , .tune 21, lS."w, 6ri. STOVES! STOVES! We respectful!) s ilicil the attention of a public to our assortment of .Viti-oin-.r.oit IIKATIMJ stovi:s, for f?t ires. IbiKs, Chureln-s, Parlors c warranted to Vive in ire tic.il Willi one tliiril l!tc fuel, titan tiny other , fle:ilni! M"v in use. I ne Isnre number wttith ttnve been s iltl nt litis anil other cities rout the eoiisltint ami ; , iinrf:isie ilenittnil tor rlt.-in is siilfii-ieut nuarautee of : teir siiiienoriiy ovrr all 01 her HcaTiiif. Stoves, ant! we j cheerful)' .iicite Itte strictest invesnt'ittioii of oar claims i to tire in sl pertect articie of tlie kn.tl in use. We tils t have a eui-e.rior CAl'l.lllloX, for farming i aiM clierr.ienl pmp -, m-ute on tiiestinie prtuciple, for t ! wini'h we elaim only a trialto lie;ti;ireciateit. i ' We keep eoiistiinlb oil liantt it it assortment of tbe : leailinz Ci IOK unit I' Utl.ull b-TOVI-.S; and are sole AL'enls in this attire fir ijin-vs poitrnt.r rfinoi-r. i III I'K'i HATKNT t lHIKIMi HTm:f. sml llu.TtVSrltlVAI.l.l.l)riiKi.MtI.oit STdVis Wh .esaie Dealers wiil lie supplied at me 1 west louuiity puces. NI'.MAV A WAIIMCK. WIimI-i,i ltet:iil Soyr Denkrs. V K Cor .al!fin IIACI'.Srs. riiiiai!'; (If Forsilel'v tl. II M.iSSDII. .11 this place Pliitnletpliin, Austntt 81, lei? .lin. SEGARS' LI Neptnnn, Ll Dorado, Ll Ditetitlo, Rio lloiitlo. I.eceailorea, La Cuiiocidnd, La Semt.irutis, Canalos. i'l.ioiaioii. Havana Chernnts, For Sale at WF.ISLK d: UKL'NKR. tiiii'iir May sj.5. fWING IF TT INT ID HP THK M I KD STA'I'KS IXSL'KANCK, Annuity and Trust Co. .'f. -. fiiMcr 'third nnd Chmtnut Sit., I'lltl.AlllH.I'lllA. PI I' it. s .oii.ieuj OM'V is rts eivttl on ,1, u .fc.itv . The in noil .lei tf it ueoleie.l lit U Lte.t -Sll ll.n.k Hint rtf. i to the ll. p .mi -i . or. u' t, (,, it. eertilit-iitr tu!1 he uiven. A ij I..I.IN. ;(r.'r Mini Mitttl'. .ue le, envl, aial Ihe am aim patit Utt-k 0,1 .li'.u tutl. U liholll lioJtc' lateies. is is.t.1 a' ll-e n.te t-l nvs era CST.. com iii .u'l c Koia t:,r titty .1 ti.. su. utul ctitsuui f nrleeli tl:e s j.ttyi .us t t Ihe wilhittawi.l ol Ihe llioiu-v. On Ihe ti si day of J ituiary. in e tch vtar. the interest t.f each th 11 su is punt 1 . Il.etlri..ni..r, i.i'aiiilsi! l.tthe piuiei i'. lis he tn.-ty prefer. Cuifsinv hu e 11 ivy upward of a.WO depositors In Ihe City of Pliil.t.lelilnn jloi.e Auv 'I'l.liii iial ml,. nn. itiou will lie f iven by siflicssoiii Ih TSKSIL'KUK. IliniXTORS. Slei heaT. Trewf tl. I'res'l, William M. flulwin. l.iwreneeJ h s 11. Vieel'rest, I'aul H Ii. (Main, Aiiilttose W Th mii,iii, (is rse Mt lleurv, Heiij iiiini W. Tutgler, Jitiiies Deveieiii, Jaeob I. r'l uuiKo, Uu.tivus i:n!ish. steci eiiiiy nml Tren-nree. ri.tsiV KISIC. Tmn vd ISTRsearvc. J C. OlUllCllLAOKH. Philaitel.tiia, f-pt. (, IKM lyP. JMPIJOVKD SUrER PHOSPHATE CF LIME. 'I'llt; sub-criber inform Dealer and Funnel ' 1I11I he has jj.eaily iiopruined the quality of hi Super PhosjJtate of Lime, And nut ronflJcnUy rernnimend the article manufactured hy him, assrrsaiuR to any in the market. Vou are invited to tall, enamine and try it. Also Peruvian and Meiiean (iitsno. Oils, ('tulle, Soap, Ac, al the lowest market rates. JNO. L. POMERUV. Successor t" Tho. '.V. Morgan. No. A and 10 .South Wharves, Philadelphia. tV Fanner can load on two private alleys, and avoid the crowded wharf. Phil... July tl. ISofi r6rn. jLuuu Vvarrauts Bought. I Kill KST rash price paid, and money remit- ted by first mail. That beat reference can b given. A pply nr atldres SA.MCLL BKCHTOLD.jr. ' No. "0 North Gib street. Philadelphia. 7 Bounty Laud and Pension procures) ml Warrant located aa usual. October 6, 1855.- Sn3 f1I.O VJI Spice. Oil. BrauJy.Cin, Wine. Macker. nl, Kernug anil Salt, just teceivej and for sal ljr " , , WM.A. KNABB. Lesssw Anguata Hay i. "" NEW FAMILY UROUKUY, "Flour, Food and Provision toro. BEASIIOLTZ & PETERY, lirnaitienti, between Marlet lUnclherry St. IJESPEOTKtJLI.Y Inform the tmnlie that l" the have lust retelved a Isree ami well selected assortment of choice Family Groceries, consisting In part nf Hams, Hhonldera, Mackerel, Herring, White Fish, Cod Kish, Mall rreservrit r ruit. Pickle. Crackers. Cheese, Molasses, hii e, Sugar, Coffee, (green, toasted and ground.) Im perial. Young Hyson, Ounpowdrr anil Ulark leas. Cedar-ware, (Stone-ware, Knaps, brushes and wash lines, lieots and shoes, tobacco. segars, cVc, together with every article usually found In first class (irocery Store, all of which will be sold at the Invest prices, either fur rash or country produce. We also keep on hand choire Liquors, Port, Lislinn, Ac. Porter, Ale, heer, snrsnparilln, A c. We nre also prepared to sup ply the citizens with fresh bread, twist, rolls, pies, pretzel and cake of every kind. N. 1). The hiqhest cash prire will he paid for huttor and eggs, corn, nut, rye and wheat. Kutihury, July 7, 18S5. itiu.m 'si:i.( itiA'i:. BAKLOW'.t INDIOO HU B, is now we I established a the ltest article ever olTeretl for Blueing Clothes. It is entirety free from acid or nnvthitiff injurious to the finest articles. All hiiiisekeeHr will And it much cheaper still less trouble than Indian or any other article. The crest demand for it hit brought out several imt tattont. Storekeeper and consumer will lie rareful to get UiiJil!i Bahliiw a, put up at Alfre d Wiltta-rger a Drug Nore, Io. 10'J, 1 yeeond Street, Philadelphia. Slorekeeiiera can get Iheir supplies from the drocerannd Druatttsts they deal with, at prices yielding a good profit. brng, Clirmirat, J'aiult, Varnifirt, l)yt Sti'JT. ere, with a lirst-rale assorltnent ,f every thing in the line. Morekrepers, Physicians and niaiiutactiirers supplied al reasonable rates. ALKItKD WII.THKKCKIJ, )rugit I ft it N. Second Street, Philadelphia. July 7, 18.15. ly. SUiVBURY. PA. ! BVI K snl serilarr respectfully informs the public I that she still coiitiuues lo keep th ahov I named public house. She has also received a new supply of eoml j lienors and wines, and trusls that she will be able to give satisfaction to all who may visit her house. M ARIA THOMPSON Sunbury June S3. 18.r)5 tf. BOYD, IlOSSEIl & CO., xinsss sstt sHirrsRs or ttcb Vsl) 3.ntl)vacitc Coal, j From the Luke Fidler Colliery Shamokin, North'd County, Pcnna. Address Uoyd, Kosser cfc Co.. Sunbury, 1'. n. n. Horn j. mosskii. Ja. mini. T. tiotsi it. Sunbury, April 7, l5. tf. HAYDOCK & FIDLER, DEAI.KKS in Watche and Jewelry, will continue the business at the old stand of JAinC Ll r'idlcr, aVi. 12 &uth er.,nd Street, 1'lllt.Atil.l.rill.s, Where they solicit an examination of their large and varied stock, leeliiifr assured that Ihe espe rience both of thrill have had in the business, and the facilities they possess for procuring, Ktinds on the mol advantageous terms, will ena ble them to compete favorably with any other establishment in tlie city. They have now on hand a fine assortment of WATt.-II Kri. CLOCKS, JK ,Vi:iRY. Silver, I'latetl and Urittauia Ware, Cutlery, Kanry (Jootls, &c, cVc. N. 11. ICciiairine nf Watches and all kinds of Jewelry attended to with promptness and the greatest care. riiihi., April 7, 1S53. tf. TO COAL DEALERS. AMMERMAH, ZUERN tt WEITZEL l)El'K :TKH,I.V inform ihe public that they have leased the new colliery, called the Lambert colliery, and are ready lo deliver coal superior quality, nnd of a variety of sizes prepa. red on their new coal nreaker. All orders prompt. attended to by addressing the firm, cither at Sunbury or Shamokin. iSunhury, June 30, 1H."5. Photography ! Dagucrrcotes ! ! A NEW EE A IN ART ! J. E. McCLEES. (Succeftnr ! .loGVin '.7erim,) 'l'tTOi:i.D call the alien ion of the public, tint ' only to the superiority of the Daguerreo tvpes. the Hyalograph, (hy tome called AtnbM tvne anil the various stvlea nf l'hntO!raiihv on 'paper; hut to the fart, (lint p.irlie at it di,t!inre i m-tt l... ....... . 1.., - ....1 possessing a small daguerreotype, may, hv setnl ing it to No. Mil) Chestnut si., have made from it by the means of Photography, ami the talents of the best Artist, a portrait ol sir sizk, from a small l.oeket to the full site of life. A sntull hook containing description, prices, ,Vc. &c. will 13 sent gratis to any prun ma king the request. McPI.FF.S' Philadelphia Photograph I.stahlishtiient. No. Kill Cht sliiul St., below 7th Pliila., July 21, I H.15. tf. iMrnovi:i m'itij rn!siii i i i: or i.nir. J.ril!0 hhl. ol the most superior niauufacture. AImi, (SI.'ANO of every ilen'riplion, Cal cined I'l iKter. Cement, tVe. t9 Produce nf nil kind bought and aold on commission. it. n. sKi.i.nns ov co., 'orwartling an,l ('omintHeinn Merchants, No. ti.l North Wharves, between Race and Vine sheets, Philadit. Philadelphia, August 4, 1135 3m. h9mokia White Avh Anthracite) CoaL J'iiiih the "Old I'ein" i'l the Gup Colliiry, T II. ZIMMEKMAN & JNO. P. I'I KsKL, ' successor tn Kase, Heed Si Co., will con liuue milling, shipping and selling coal from tbe boe well known Colliery, under ihe firm of Zimmerman Si Pursel. The point nf shipment is at the lower wharf in Sunbury, Nonhuinher land county, Pa., where all orders for Ihe various kinilanl coal, viz: Lump, lirukeu. Leg, Move, and Chestnut Coal, will be thankfully received nl promptly attended lo. Sunbury, July 14, IHfl.l, Si nai ttr. Jrn 5, 1855. The firm of Kase, lice I 4' Co. having aold their lease in the (Jap Colliery and interest in the wliaif at Sunbury, to Messrs. Zimmerman St Pursel, would take great pleasure in recommend ing Our customers and other ( the new firm, is ihey will be able to sell them prepared coal of the best quality, KASE, RKED& CO. VJ '.LEY'S COVUH CINDY. An eicel t this office. December 4. IR..3. riH AIN PL M I'd.. A .mall number of these excellent pump bav been received and are otfiirr i for sale by H. B. MASSEIf. Sunnur. June 4. 1855. 7ER.MICEt.Ll, Maccaroni and Coin Starch ' just received by May 19. 1855. WEISER tV B RUNER. rpRASK'S Magnetic Oiulment at A Mas 19. WEISKK Sc BRlNER'S. KOOT5, Shoe. Hals. Cap and Oum Shoes, just received and lot tale hy Oel. 7 1854. TENER ICa rEDARTLHS, Horse Bucket. Painted Buck et, Meal Tenderers, Corn Broero. bs lula, Children' VVagona, anil Yank Clocks at reeivJ and for sala by Mar w. M U Mr. TEN ft 4 : MOUNT CAltMEL HOUSE, MOUNT CARMEL, iJorthumbcrland county, Pa. THIS large and commodious Hotel i situated on the top of the Locust mountain. ne-rly half way between Sunbury and Pottsville. The scenery the salubrity of the atmosphere ami the cool mountain breeae, make it one of the most deltghl'ul summer retreat in the eouiitry. The Hotel, is a new structure, lour stories high, fitted up with all the modern conveniences. The pure mountain water ia Introduced into every chamber. The place is easy of acces. heng but one and a half hour ride from Sunbury, over the Philadelphia and Ninbury Ksnl mail, rrom . . . . If III Potlsville. it ran li reacbeil by tne mine inn Pail mad tu Ashland, and from thence lo Mt. Carmel 4 miles, by Omnibus. Kverv attendance will I pant by tlie proprie tor to make guest comfortable. Charge mode rate. JOSKPIT M. FEAtiER. Mt. Carmel. Inne S3. 18.15. tf. SALAMANDEll SAFES. KVANS A WATSON. A'o. 2G Zou-h Fourth A'f., I'hitwUtjifivt. GKUAT KIIIR. Chestnut & Filth Streets. Friday morning, l.'eieinlier 3'ilh. It."i4. Kt inn Watson' Salamander Safe Trium pliant, Ihcv alnray are when put lo the test. Pmilahs t nil , Uee. 15. 1854. Messrs. Kvv4- Wtiji. Nt. S9 South Fourth St., Philadelphia. (ietttletnen : We take much pleasure in re rommendine your Salamander Safes lo Merchants and others in want of a secure mean ot preser ving their hooks, papers, etc., from fire, as the one we purchased from you about seven months since has preserved our books, paper stol cosh in as eoo.l a condition as lliey were when pul into it, before the creal fire off this morning, which ilestmved the entire block of buildings rorner ol Chestnut and Fifth streets. The above safe was ill use in our office, on the second floor of our biiililiie'. from which place it tell into the cellar, and remained there tits' tt the fire was out. The Safe was then removed and opened in the prey- rce of at least I (MKI irsons, who w itnessed the i irootl rniiiliiii.il of the contents. Will vou please have the Site ami Locks repnirett, a we intend tn put it in life again, h:ivi..g pytlect coniniclice in its fire-proof qualities. Yours, lieapeetfullv, I.ACV & rilM.IPS. I'vans tj- Wton take pleasure in referring lo the follnwinc aiui'iic Ihe m;inv liumlie ls who have their Safes in use: I'. Mint. I'hilada ; Farmers' and M echaiiics' Hank, I'hila ; fntniiel leu, I'.sil., Ililih .siieritV, I'hila; John II. lieu- lerson. City Controller; Caleb Cope 4 No. I 1811 Marke: 5t. ; Richard N orris 4- !on, l.oco I motive builders, I'hilathi ; liancroft Sr Sellers, i Machini-ts. corner I til ti nnd James Sts.; Fran : klin Fire In-urauce Co., I'hila.; I'ennsylvauia , Railroad Co, I'hila.: I.acey 4- I'hilips, rorner full aed Minor Sts; Sharpies l)ro., No 91 ' South Second St .; James Kent cV Santee, No. ; 147 North Thiril St ; W II. Horstmau cV Sons, , No. SI North i'hinl St.; Smith. Williams ti Co.. ; No. til .Market tst.j J. tJt U. Orne, No. 184 ; Chestnut St. A lame assortment of the above Safe always : on Ira ml (warranted to stand at least 10 percent j more fire than any Hrrrunr,' Safe now in use.) I. ANS A n A I nU., also manufacture and keep for sale, Iron Shutter. Iron Doors and Iron Dash, for making fire-proof Vaults for Dank stoies, public and private buililiriu. Seal and 1 Letter CopjitiR Presses; Patent Slate Lined He- fi iterators, etc. Please give us a call, at No. 58 South Fourth St.. Philadelphia. April 7, IiiSS. cly. 10. iMicitni ti nxia r! THE POCKET . ESCCL A PICS: or, r.vt:r.v osr. mis own rnvsici4!. jJf. rtviE FIFTinill Edi- Vr-i. A in will, (1,,. llo.,.lr..l SJi'. - ........... UK Eiigruviiig, rhowing Dii 1 ami Malformations of w the lliiinaii Svslein in every -8, if "lt"p "rin '1'tl wliicli y i i Tb ta m 1 1 . 1. ' 1 1 'I'lenliiii ott tb of 1 V- "'" Yt'i'' Diseases ol l eitis ! ' e. jj' ipfj of the highest imp "! 1 "'ed .eople, . ' NJ-'-!r' conleniplaiing tin ortance to or tlujK? rouU'iniilriiiitK inrirririk:'. 3 li III. Young l.f h'. f.Uher u!':init(l tn prtPiit tj u;.y nf the i.S- ri'l.AIMI s t. inf rliiid It i :i -i.e tiiiu ir..m mi ciily (triiv. I -l n ymiMj Hum .r uiiunui f n'rr nit i ht- i-vre i t.'tilijnii.Mi i-t tiiHriic.i life wiilmiii reaitififf ihe I'urKKT I .i:l iM'll !, I.'t it fiif ullrriiin fn-iii lint-kiurtl l.'itiiutt, I'liiii in t!i !mV. r-t iiiulir. iit-rvrti t't-ctnicii, I iiiiilllif wli'-lf Irmti f-f ),ii-jiti(.' t-fi.tftiiii'ii. Hiitl nivfii J ll-l llV tlfir ll tl'Millt I" M'H'thi'1 llt'MUfllt Wltt'dllt ! ! tiillMiiL' tit I.AP.L'S U;ivr tit- nut. mil. tr tli-f itlnMit lo t ncirririt tmy iinpvtlirririit, rinit truly ntf i'ul 1 tkM'1,, ns line lift' 1 1 ihe? I1H1HIH i if :iVlti(t th1ll !!)( nf IIU. fur n.t.tir rrfrittirr fr un Hit vir nv .-f dt- iid I I"?' Viy pT -ii fi'ii'liMtr TWKNTV-FIVK CI' NT?, em li(f" i mi !i U-ttrr itl rt-.'ive imp cyy f th. Ii fk. y It'Hll. -r l,Vf f-H" Will llt f M .Ml.' tl i:tl . A1ilf f-0F( iik. w y.i Mi. !; snirci; s;icei, pna.A. ; Di:i.l'MI ' I'ci-t iii. tnl i.lt-iii:-i. SPtf iiiJt-T 9, lS 1 v HEW STORE. (.-If the old Stand of S. .V. Thompson.) 'l'lll. Subscriber re.-pecniHy informs the pen al pic ot Sunbury and vicinity, that he hat la ken Ihe Store lionin lately occupied by S. V Thompson, in Market Mrcet, Sunbury. Itelow j caver s ll itel, ami that he has just receivetl timf opened a hatiusome asMirlincnt ol FALL & WINTER GOODS, Consisting in part o Dry Good3, Groceries, Hardware, Queeiisware, Hats t$- Caps, Boots oi Shot', Fish, Salt, Meat. Ac. All of which will be sold at Ihe lowest price. All kinds of produce taken in exchange at th highest market price. II. II. VASTINE. Sui bury, Nov. 54. IS-V. ly ch JAMES BARBER WtlOI.DriAl.i: HIVI'AII. CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT, S. E. comer of Stcand & Chestnut Sts. PHir.ABDl.rillA. Where may lie foil d, one nl the largest and 'test assort ment of Clock and Time Pieces in the I lilted States, in qnanlilics to suit purchaser, of Iroui single CitH-k, In one thousand Clocks; embracing every variety nf style and manufac ture, suitul le for Churches, Halls, Counting Houses, Parlor, Sleeping nparlmeiits.ai.d Kilch ens. Steam and ('anal Boats, and Kai! road Cur. N. B CltK'k Lepaired and Warranted. Clock Trimming for sale. Also, Manufacturer of Hurler' t Celebrated Fine GOLD PENS Embracing all the qualities of the finest quill pen, in addition to which the durability of the metal is lull v associated and developed. Cold and Silver Pencil, aud Pen Holder, Plated W re, &c., wholesale and retail. Thos wish ing to purchase are invited to call. JAMES BARBER, 8. E. corner Chestnut and Second Sis., Puila. Philadelphia, June ad, 1855. ly, HENRYD0NNEL, ATTORNEY" AT LAW. Ojfict opposite the Court House, Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pa. Prompt attention u bumuess in adjoinin bounties. nOOFLAND'S Bitter at May IS. WEISEll & BRUNE1F8. ANN'S LETTER f I Isook,! nk, aud all i and fur sale by Sunbury. June 4. 18511.. PRESSES, whb i.plel, just rrceived, II. U MASSER. WTENT BRIITANIA 8TOPPER8 fui m. bar bottlas for ula by H. B MASHER. Sunbury, April, It, 1851 ..i r-t-rrs k.(.-JJ .v't f Atf,A i.- JJ SILVER WATCHES. A few double cat Engluk 8Uvr Watch, for sal t very low ice by U. B MASttKK. knlrirr, Asm) It. UO - , FIRST ARRIVAL At S. XT. Thompson'! Store, In Lofrer AufuHa township, at tht Junction J the Tutpehovlen and I'lum crttk roorfs. r li UK. subscriber hvmg returned from the clt JL with new and extensive assortment of fashionable good, respectfully calls the attention of Farmer. Mechanic and me- to me me. BPR1NU AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of Dry Gumls, viz : Clnlhf.Canfimrrtti, Cusninf's, Jtant. Drt'Kinps, Mutliu, Ffsdnps, I utftlJ, and all kinds oj Sprinf ami Summer Wcnr, LADIES OH ESS AND FANCY GOODS, Calient, Mn$Un dt L'rint, Lawnt, Ginchams, Reragn. Rolwi, IfWent. Fnnnef, C. c;i'oif.uii Sagar. Tea. Coffee, Tlice, Melastes, Che, Spices, Snlt. Ac, Ac, eke. Ilnrdnitrt', Nail, Screws, File. Saw, Knives 6i Forks, Ae Queens and Glassware, of various style anil patterns. BOOTS AND SHOE!. A large assortment of Boot and Shoes, for men, women and children. Hits Cirs, &c, of various sires and style. , Besides a large and general assortment of fashionable goods. Call and examine for your selves. 17 Country produce ot all kind taken in exchange at the highest market prices. 8. N. THOMPSON Lower August. 4 mo. 18. 1855. WlvC.F.PCTTS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN IRON & STEEL, 461 Market street, Mow 13A, north lid; PHII.ADEr,PHIA. rhila., Dec. 3d, 18.')4. ly. Furniture ! Furniture ! Ah. 157 South Second ahm t Sjiritce,) east tide, rixiLADCLrniA. fllIE subscriber would respectfully inform the leaders of the Swusrr Amrriran and the public generally, that he ha on hand a constant supply of elegant, fashionable, nnd well mail Fur mtii re at reasonable prices, lleing a practh cal mechanic, and having nil his good manul'ic lured nniler hi own iiperintenilence, purchaser may rely on getting just such articles ns are represented. Lounge.! Willi removable arms, also t;ew pattern of Sofa Bedsteads. Those who are about going lo housekeeping would do well to call. JOHN A. BALER, 1 S7 South Second street. N. Tl. All artier thankfully received and promptly attended to. April SS. f.13. wh ly. BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS. 'lHK subscriber having received the necejry -- form and insriicttion from the Department, nt Washiugton, is prepared to procur Bounty Land W arrant at th shortest notice. II. 0. MASSER. 5unhurjr, Ar- 7, IA.VV L. L. BE VAN, Shamokin Pa- "ITE subscriber beg leave to inform hi Iriends atul the public genenlly, tint n n taKen th ibove web known sis ml, and will lie happy to accommodate all who may give him a call. Slinmokin, July 8, I8M. WOTICE. '"V'O'nCI, is hereby gien that application will ' be maile to the next legi!atllre of Pennsyl vania, at the session of l.Mi. for the creation of a cnr;;.ate body, wilh banking und ditcntintii.s. privileges. to be called the "tHioKtri Bt.K,'" located at Mianioluntmcti, Northumberland Co., Pa., with a capital stoi k of I SO.Cfifl, wilh the privilege of increasing th s uite to $3U0,CCU if necessary. r-hain'okin. May J'J. Ift- Cr. "neTdrug storeT WE2SER &. BRUNEI!, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, tVtii fof St., nest door to E. Y. lirikCt Store sONauny, ta., "IFFEK to the public the largest and beat " selected stock ever opened in this wction of I country, consisting of FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, Medicines, Chemicals, (iround Spice, Paints. i (Mis, Varnishes, lHe-si nil's. Window Glass, Patent Medicines, together with a complete as sortment of Paint, Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Nail and Shaving Brushes, Dressing. Side, Neck anil Pocket Combs, Fancy Soap, Shaving Creanir Tobacco. Segar. Port Monia, Stationary, Con fectinuaties, I'L'IIK WINKS AND BRANDIRS For Medicinal use, English, French and Amri- ' ran rertutnerv, rncv liooUs ot every ilescrtp lion, in short every article kept by Druggist generally. 2 Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. CEO. B. WEISER, WM. A. BRL'NER. Sunbury, May 50. 1154. TOBACCO. &c. Strawberry. Congre. Eldorado Fig. Eldorado Cake, Sarsnparilla Fine Cut, Tressed Fine Cut, Andersons " For Sal it WE!SEn.V BRL'NER. Sunbury, May 36, 1855. T"R. H. II. HK.BEE'S remedy for ramh., -'-'colils, and pulmonary disease. A supply of this ralua'sle medicine just received and for sale by II. B. MA8SER. Siinbnrv. June 4. !! 4 RNOI.D'S V 15 FIT NO FI.l'ID and Adh ive and legal envelope, for ale by II. U. MASSER. Sunbury. Inn 10, 1R52 GUOFS All kind of Boot Shoe nd lip- per lor ale by G. ELSBERO A CO, Market treet, opposite th Pot Olfire. Sunbury, Oct. 8, IN53. AT8 AND ("APS. A splendid let ol fashionable Silk. Wool and Fur Hats. also Cloth. Far, Oilcloth, Navy snd Military Caps for sale low by G. EI.8BERG CO. Market street, opposite ths 1'ort Office. Sunbury, Oct. 8, 1853. GOLD PENS with snd without cse. ef a yery uerior ipiatity, just receiveJ. Alios freh supply of Writing Fluid, for aal by H. B. MASSKR. Bnnlrury, Dee. ST. 18 BLANK Parchment Paper Deed, and blank Mortgages, Bond, E.ecutioii. Summon Jtc. for .air I, H. B. MASSER. Sunbury , A pri 18.185 I.T.ANKS. It LAXKS of every decriplion raa b ha' y .pyillF allheorhce ofta Atnenrari. CI ROUND anJ whole Ppper, CIBv. Cinna. Mac. Alllpica. Ginger, I.iquorica, Ac, AcM oy. P, '54. ' YOUNG'J 8T0RE. JEWELRY. A nU asortmnl of OelJ and Silver Pencils snd Pee. '!, chj.p by G, EL8BERG A CO., Market .traet. oppealt hl Post Qitt Sunbury. Ost. 8. 1853. CAMPIIINK .d rioid ef lh J,,.J'"li, rWaalaby WBI8S1 BKlNBR tkWstey, May It. lVa Ntw Geodi ft the People ! BENJAMIN 1IEFFNER n ESPECTF L'LLT Inform th public in (. erat that be has just reaeived and optatrl t splendid stock of Fnll and Winter Goods at his New Store, n l.owr Auguala township. Hi stock consists in part of Cloths, CaisimeM, C&ssinett f all kinds, of lintn, cotton and worsted. ALSO! Cnllroen. ClnKliam., I.auut, iriouHieiinv ue ialueg nd all kind off l.adie Dress Goods. Crocerlef. Al an tortment of Hardware, Iron nn steel, Haita, &c. AIo sn excellent assortment of QUEENSWARE, or various styles and natlern. Alio tn sssortment of llOOTC &. SIFOES. HATS & (MPS, a good selection. Salt. Fish, c. And a great variety of other articles such ss are suitshle to the trade, all of which will be told at tne lowest prices. tr Country produce taken in exchange a the highest priees. J.iiwer Aognsts, Nov. 10, 1855. - United States Hotel, Chtint Street, ahort Fourth. CruriADEiPHiA, J-Macl.i:i.l,AN, (aie 0f .lone' Hotel.) ha the pleasure to inform hi Iricmli and h traveling community, that he has leased this House for n lenn of year, and is now iirepnitu for th reception of Curst. The Local adinntngesof this favorite establish ment are too well known to need comment. The House und Ftrnitura have been put in first rate or.Vr: the rooms are large nnd well ventilated. I he Table will always be supplied with the he-t. and the proprietor plejges himself that no eflort on hi pait sliall I e wanting to mke Ihe United Sta'es equal in comfort tn any Hotel in the (Junker City. Phil., July 8, ISol. ' SAMUEL S. FETIIEltSTON, DEALER IS Lanipi, Lintrrns, rhandtlitrsamJ Caiidthtrai, A'n. 152 S. 2J sfrrcf, nisti Spruce, nui.ADr.i.rniA. TI sting enlarged and improved bis store, snd 11 hroing one of the largest assortment of Lamps, in Philadelphia, is now prepared to fur nisi. Pine Oil, Camphene, Burning Fluid, Lard ud Oil Lamp, and Lanterns ol nil potterr. (las Lamps by the package, at a snail adtic over auction prices. Beinc Manufacturer and Dealer of Pin Oil, Burning Fluid and A lechel, which will be furnished to Men limits at uc!i price that they will find it to tl cir ndvariirg t buy. Alio, Household Glassware of ail liesuip. tions al th lowe-t tn.u!:el prices. railadelphia, Oct. I t, l5t. Wm7m'carty. HODUKUtR, Market Street, SUNBUSY, PA. TL'ST ratcivtd and for sale, a frtsn supply of " VAf .4 X G K LI V 4 L, IVilSIC fu Singing Schools. He i also opening a Ih! time, a large assortment of Book, in eviry branch of Literature, consisting of Poetry, History, Novels, K.;maiices, Scientific Work, Law, Medicine, .School and Children' Cooks, Bibles; School. Pocket rr.J Fa:ni'y, boiii with aad without F.ngrai ing, ind every of vari ety of Binding. Prayer Books, of a!! kV.Js. Also just received nnd for su'.e, Purdot-.s Di gest of the law ol iVinifyhaiiia, edition of I8ji, price only $li.0U. Judge lb ads eJ'.tien r,f PlHutone CoT.,nen tarie, in 3 vol. 6 vo. fovmerly sold at $111,110, and now offered (in frcih bii.Jirifj) at th low price of SC.C0. A Treatise on the taws of Penn" lvar.ij re- pecling the estates of kectJcnt, by Tho.:i F. (onion, pi ire only S I, 00. Travels, Voyages and Adventurrit, all ot which will be auld low, either fur cash, or coun try produce. 'February, 81, 18S2. tt. "AID AND COiiirojJT." o Yimr Own i?Icc!.i:;.ct.. GKOPvOK IiKXX. 1ANt:r,.Tl,PF,. or FURNITURE AND CHAIRS Of the nicst Fashionable Style. rPHE subscriber respccti'ully calls 'he a'.tenlioi of the public to his lar:;e mid sp!e:ni;d astor ment of every quality and price ef ;Aint:T-u aks: which cannot fail to ret nnnnend itse!f tee very orn who will exauiit'O it, on r.ccount ol" its ilurabli workmanship ami splcnditl linisli, mad up of t Is liest stock to la? had in the city. Ne effort j pared in the manufacture of his ware, and tin uhscriher is determined to keep up ujth tin many improvements vhich are constantly beinf Twsde. His stttfA -onsirfs of Mahogany Sofita. OSvitHN nnd I.onii-ie Bureftv.s, claijen, Sideboards. S3F1, BKL.'iKi ii J.MI DI.M.MJ T.18LR and also Vfc.NET! N B.M.N DS, cual to Phi'.a iltlphft muilifactnre. DEDSTEAL'S. ,.i ..very pattern and pri CUPBOAlirs. ()I!K AND CANDLE. STANDS. T.M! KT TA.1LES AND EXTKVMOV TABLKS, In short, every nrt.cle in ti i line of hi hiisinet-. II le mail'. re, all kinds and qualiUe f CU.VTKS, ncluding varieties never bel.ire to be had I Sunbury, such us MainmASt, Bi.it a W isf vn Ci'slhi M,F:rC.HtriAN; .vu Win nan CHAIRS, n mvcv Pio Stools, which at of the latest styles, mid warranted to lie excel! Icy none manufactered in the Cities or elsewhen The subscrilier is .Iclermined that there aha be nn eicuse for person to purclia-e furniture i the cilies, a every mnfiileiice can he entertuine Isnti the quality and finish of hi ware an Chair. Hi article will be diposeJ ot on a goo terms a they ci he mrchasetl elsewhere. Com try Produce taken in payment for work. r- UNDERTAKING. Having provide himself with a handsome IIkuisf., be is no prepared for Undertaking, and attending fnne als, in tbi vicinity, or at any convenient di tanre from tbi place. fa? The Wate Room is in Market Strei below Thompson's Slure and Weaver's Taver GEOKtJE RfcNN. 8unbury, Jan. 10, 1853.f. NUTICK To Trespmeri oa the Telegraph line NOTICE ia hereby given, that all perso found trespassing upon, or injuring th h of the Philadelphia and Sunbury 'J'elrgraplt w be dealt with according to the act of Assembly such saws msd and provided. II. B. MASSER. TrcVt Phila. and Sunbury Telegraph Co. Sunburr, June 3, 1 351. tf. CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, tr Taiteleu Salts,. Prepared hy WiLlSERAt BRUNER. Tbis prepatation is recommended aa an rellent laiativ and puigsiive, it operate milt) i entirely free from any unpleint taste, mbling lemonade in flavor. 'J'bia medicine highly beneficial for diseases peculiar l aumu and hot weather. Suqbury, July 1, 15L I N K B ou rsu' ealebraud iak, and alaa C. Ta lak fcr aaka, whalrla aad Mail bv laxmsw . 14M. J MAJsW