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An Arkansas legistator. A member elect of tlie lower clamber of U Legislature of Arkansas, was persuaded, by sotne wars of his neighborhood, that if he Jul rot reach the State House at ten o'clock jn the day of the assembling, lie could not be iwnra, and would loose his sent. He Immediately mounted, with bttntine frock, rifle and bowie knife, and spurred till he got to the door of the capital, whure ho hitched his nsg.. A crowd was in tho chamber of the lower Hons, on the ground floor, walking about with their hats on, and smoking cigars. These, he passed, ran up stairs into the Senate Clminl er, sot his ritle against tho wall, and bawled ont : "Strangers, wliar's the man that swears me in?" at the aauie time taking out hit ere dentiftls. "Walk this way," said the elerV, who was nt the moment igniting a real Principe, and be was sworn without inquiry. When the teller came to count coses, he found that there was one Senator too many present. The mistake was soon discovered, tnd the biiDtsman was informed that he did not belong there. 'Fool uho with your corn bread t" he roared : ,-you can't flunk this child, no how yon can fix it I'm elected to this ere Leg islature, and I'll go apin all banks and eternal improvements, and if there's ny of your orratory gentlemen wants to get skinned, jest say the word, and I'll light upon yon like a nigger on a woodcock. My constituents eat me hero, end if you want to floor this two-logged animal, hop on, just as soon ns you like, for though I'm from the back coun try, I'm a little smarter than any other quad ruped you can turn out of this drovo." After this admirable) harrangue, he put his bowin knife between his teeth, and took tip his rifle with "Come here, old suite, stand lyr mo !" at the game time pointing nt the Chairman, who however, had seen such people before. After some expostulation, the man was persuaded that he belonged to the lower chamber upon which be sheathed his knife, flung his gun on his shoulder, and with a profound congree, remarked : "Gentlemen, I beg your pardon. Hut if 1 did'nt think that lower room was a grog gery, may I be shot." FADDY AND THE FOP. We wore much amused by the following colloquy between nn lrishm n nd .1 mous a I, ed, CBi'tuiled specimen of the genus homo : Scene Laid in a New York City car. 'att3 Lady wanting a seat. .Dandy (so(us) It is highly disgraceful, to say the feast on't. that a lady cannot find a scat in an omnibus crowded with filthy tie procs scapegrace Irishmen, I say, Fat, why don't you rise and give the ludy your seat? Paddy An' is mosel' ye are speaking to in this disrespectful manner? I'itlii't niisel' pay saxpence for the ride, and mightn't I ;it as well walk for nothing as resting mo limbs on me toes for saxpence ? Get out, yo spalpeen. Itandy Mighty independent, to be sure; but the time is coming, and will soon be at hand, when free-born Americans will uobly exert their lawful prerogatives, and expel, destroy and annihilate, in into and entirely, every vestige, trace, and footstep of your de tested race. Paddy It's not mo that ud watt the breath of life talking to ve but if Judv was here, tak notico, Judy M "cUallngher, be jubors onc't ud be tho last time you'd have to spako ut all, at all. Dandy What a low bred, ignorant fool 1 But they are all alike, and little better than the beasts of the field. I say, Pat, they are talking of introducing extra cars for negroes aud Irishmen. How do you like that ? Paddy Fni. I'd nttlier consort with La gers than the likes av y) but I lie ird they were going to put on linither car. Dandy Ah, what for?' Paddy Ah. what for, is it? Arrah, for the loiig-tailed monkey, share ; and whin theydn, mind, when they are after doing that, I titnil me and you'll nirtr mate apain I Hudden jerk of the strap, and discomflttcd exit of two Shanghai appendages. Scene, clones amidst the applause of the passengers. Paddy triumphant, retains bij scut, Yankee Made. A Dahkkv's Die-iC'RimoN or an Elephant. Him lo as big as u hay stack on four wharf iles, wid u head like a flour barrel, wid a vide of sule-ledder Happen on each side ob it, and a ttuso six feet long, a squirniin' round like do Inginerubbor hose, and a couple of lovf ftirkiu' out ob de tnouf like two barber poles a fcliekiu' out of a basement barber shop. When him walk liitn roll from side to side like a naylor man jis landed ; an' I 'spect de reason uni, 'cartso him feet am berry tender, for him got corn9 on all bim toes, nim feet am shaped something like a cullud man's, on ly broader, but like de darkey's de holler ob it makes a hole in de ground. When him war made, it seem to me dot him stood on four ob dem wharf-piles, and deo pile on all de meat day could pile on. Dei) dry made a graby of sandstones, gntta peraa, brown dust, and molasses an' grey dog. nn' pour it all ober de flesh an' dare luff it dry. When dey come to de tail de ctufT gib tut, and dey had to cut it short 1 A Metugdk-t Parson I.ooxixs for I.oct Ehki". A Preacher of the Methodist Church was travelling in oue of the buck set tlements, and stopped at a cabin, where an eld lady received him very kindly. After setting provisions before him, she began to rpiestion him : "Stranger, where mought you be from ?" "Madain, I reside in Shelby cu'un. ty. Kentucky." "Wall. Etranger, hope no offonce, but what mought you bo a doiu' way up here?' "Madam, I am searching for the lott sheep of the tribe of Israel " "John, John," shouted the old lady come rite here at th;i tuinit; here's a stranger all the way from Shelby county, Kentucky, a hunting Hock, and I'll just but my life that tangled haired old black rum, that biu iu cur iot all last wek is one ofhis'n " , . , We beard a "down souf" individual, who only went to school three nights in his lifo, (on the Erst night the master wasn't there, the second there was ne light, and on tho third the school house burnt down,) asked a minister, "how John Rogers got burnt at the stake, and whether he was trying to cook it ever a slow fire, using his fingers for a grid iron?" Pact. 6 b b "Slocum, how is it to-day ; can you take that note op V ' I'm sorry to say that 1 cant ilever was so cramped in my lire." "You are always cramped are you not 1" "I'm sorry to say I am ; and yet there's a natural cause for "And what is that?" "Why, I was weaned on green apples and watermelons." "What is that dog barking at?" asked a JdJg buo" er' mor P0,i5hc,l an bis 'Why." Hid ft bystauder, "he tees another puppyiuyour boots." Soiuthody has written a book on "Tho art er making worda happy without money," Our -dey,,' taints be is iu a excellent coudi lion to bt experienced upon. SirixEsi ExTaiOEDixiBT. Last week a man bolted a door, aud threw up a window I War is a widower like a house in dilapida te ? because be wants to be rtptirtd. iHillli AYEIl'S PILLS, 1 kiw Will iinituU'lT tuccMsrm remeay ut me A eura .11 Iliiiot.a diseases Cosliveiies. lndi- Settion, Jaundice, Dropsv, Rheumatism, Fevers, out, Humors, Nervousness, Irritul.iiity, Inflamma tions. Headache, Paint in the Promt, SidV, riu-k. nrt limit. Female Complaints, .,. He. lulled!, wj few art me diseases in wtiich Pnruitive Midi tine it not ninrt or less reqniud. and nuiih tick nwi and nilering miKht It prevented, if b;r:n ! I.iit ellecttiaj Cathartic wt-re lucre fn-r'.y ti-.-i Hi ptrton cn feel well while a cntive htlit cf bnrlv premla i beside! it Oon Mnersles senilis arid i.ft.ii foul dii-autfa. which miitlit have ce-n kvuided li the thinly nd judicious use nf a himhI pMin.aiie. ''hit it alike tint of Cuiin. Teveritli tvmpli'-ii.t, vi.d Hilid-.t derarm-mentt. Ther iU tmil to l-et-r.-ti.t' m pivtlur the i rp ted and fi'f.iiid il ! ilitiinpc! iidi h ad the ht-.-reet all over the lnnl. llciu-e a ttiiahlt faniiiv phvaic it nf tho tirxt impurtniicr t the public hcrillh.'niid thit Pill hat heen pcrfecti d wilh CKiiSiiinmiite tkill to niett that demand. An tvti:tive riiil nf ilt rirtui't by 1'hyniciuin, Pmfea tort, and l'alietitt, hat alumn reinllt aurpatsiii arv thiiK hitherto knovtii of any medieine. C'urra have l.atn rrtf-vtrd hfyond belief! vie they nfit tuh itaiitittrl by pervert of tui-h einllrd pvailinn and iavcttr at to fcr! id i'lt tui:rir,n of untiuth. Anmrn Iht manv taiineM enllinien who have itttmtd in favor of thete l'i'..a, we muy ii.sntion : 1'K A. A. 11ak, Am lticttH hemit, of Hotton, a?id Ntfl Ateayvr cf Witmchutetts, whose high pn-'itti"! al hiivir it endorted by the lion. K:iw ti Evkhktt, Smator of the V. 8. K mxhi C.W iMiiKoi'.Ki-Speaktrof the Uoute of lltpr-ttiitiitivea. Aasun l.twi.-v.Ni-r, Minister Plen. to Kin-land, f John It. l'n?rTincK.Cn'h. Hiahnpnf Hnaton. Alto, 1 1 H . J. K. t iiiitiiN, 1'iaclical I'uemitt, of New Yrk City, endorhed tiy Itos. . 1.. MAKiT, ecrlary 01 eitu. AVu P. AaroK, the richest man in America. S. I.ttaNU A Co., l'rcpr'a of the 1 rlri'poliUn H"le1, ar.d ollurt. Uid tp--e permit, we could ((' Tnary bundled eartitiokttt. fiom all nartt where the Villa have hern um d, tn:t f viilem e even more ronviiioinn than the evurriei.ee of eniineiit )mhiic men it found in v.eir i fvrtt npi.li UmiI. Tl ete I ilia, ti.e result of loni invettiBation and ttuly, a--e offered to the p'lblie at the beit and moat cmi.p'ele wh'u-h the prtfent state of lnrdii-al tcienre can atfoid. 1 key are eoliiponiided not of the druct thenitelvet, tiit of the lmdieiiml virtno only of Vefc-etnile rcniediet, extracted by chcniit al nrocett in a xtatt- of purity, and i-.iml.incd together in such a manner as lo iotiire the lest remits. This ytein f composition for medicinea hat been found in the Cherry revtorul and Tills both, to produce a H.nre efuifrit remedy than had hitherto been ob tained bv ai.v p-oces. 'l!ie reason ia perfectly ob viuui. bile y the eld mode of composition, ev ery ii.edieioe it Imr.iuifd wilh nii ro or levt of acri in:i!.iuiit aud inimiirtSF uuuiitiet, y thia each ii:di vidi:l virtue only that it devired f.:r the curative ertWct is present.' All the inert and otmoiioua qual ities of etch tul.ttanev vinployed re Irft behind, the curr.tivt-virtjes onlv beiiiti rdained. Hence it it self-evident the eUects tlionUl prove as they have proved to. ire purely remediid. and the Pills a surer, more powerful antidote to disease thuii any other medicine known to the woild. At it it frequently expedient that my medicine should be taken under the counsel of an attend. ; i Physician, and na he could not properly judge of a reuiodv without knowing itt composition, I have supplied the accurate Formulae by which both my Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of Practitioners iu the Vnitcd States and Hritihh Amer ican Provinces. If however there should be any one who has not received theiu, they will be promptly forwarded bv uiuil to hie addrca. Of ail the Patent Sledo ioet lll.it ure ottered, how few would be taken if their com position wai known ! Their life consists in their nivtterj. 1 have no mysteries. , . The composition or mv preparations is laid open to nil men, aud all who are competent to judge on the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of their intrinsic merits. '1 he Cherry Pcttorul was pronounced bv scientific men to be a wonderful medicine before its effects wero known. Many em inent l'l.Vhiciant have declared the tame thing of mv Pills,' end even more confidently, and are will ing to certify that their anticipations weic mole than realized' by their etiecta upon trial. T Lev operate by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into health action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the hndv. rpst.irmi? their irreiriilar action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange ments as are the first origin of disease. Heinir suirar WTanned thev are tdeassnt to take. and being purely vegetable, uu harm cau arise from their nae in any quantity For minute directions, see wrapper on the Eoa l'KKl'AKKl) BV JAMES C. AVER. rrtu tirnl niid Analytical t ltesulat. LOWELL, MASS. Prict 25 Cents par Bos. rive Boxes for $1. sol. i) by Weiset .V Bruner, Simhory; Bird A- John, Sluiniokm W.Wiemer, .N'orth'imberhiid ; J. K. Catl ivv, Milton and by sll Drupgnii iu Northern l'eniitylvuiua. June 23, trio ly. BURTON & EENTON, S. II', corner Sixth and Arch itrettt, rillLADF.I.I'Ill V. fllEAS! Teat!! an uncommonly full and 1. choice asaortment of black and green Teas of all grades, from the extremely low price of 30 cts 35 40 50 60 70 ta 75 cts. per lb, warranted to he superior to any to be had else where at the same uricet. W e know and conli drntlv recommend them to )e SO per cent cheap er than any for sale in the citv. We have also a very superior assortment of ('olTee, Old Gov't Java, J.Rcuayra, Maracart'io, Ktoand Lap - Hay ticn ColVee. New No. I Mackerel and Shad in J and i bhl. or at may be desired. Cheese, Pine Apple, Sap Sago, New York Cream Cheese at ways on hand. Sonp brown and while ; also H. L. Kende.ll A Co't Chemical Olive Soap, one lb. of which will go at far as 2 of ordinary brown boa p. Also Starch of d'.flcrent qualities, pickles, sauces, ketchups, olives, olive oil, sardines, an choveyt, Ac, with a full assortment of Fancy Goods, to which we invite the a tention of the public to call and examine our eitensive aseort- oicnt of Fine Groceries for tale bv BURTON A FENTON. Wholesale and Retail Family Grocert and Tea Dealers, S. W. cor. Sixth and Arch att. N. IS. Goods delivered to all partt of the city tree of charge. Phila., Sept 31, 1855. apl J TruBuos! Trusses!! Trusses!!! C. II. NEEDLES, Trust and Brace Establishment, 5. II". Cor. of Twelfth and liact Streets, Philadelphia- MPORTEH of fine French Truttet, rnmbi ning extreme lightness, ease and durability with rorrect construction. Hernial or ruptured patients ran lie suited by remitting amounts, tt below : Sending nuinlier of inchea round the hips, and stating aide alluded. Cost of Single Truss, $2, f 3. H, SS. Double $5, f6, $3 aud$IO. Instructions at to wear, and how to clfect a cure, when possible, tent with the Truss. Also for tale, in great variety. Dr. Bunuing'i Improved Putrut Body Brarr, For the cure of Prolapsus Uteri j Spinal Propt and Supports, Potent Shoulder llracct, Chest Expander, and .rector Uraces, adapted to -.! c-. ul 1.1 .,.1 M'.b i . all with Stoop Shoulders and Weak longs; English Elattic Abdominal Belts, 8 uspentories. Syringes male and female. t7 Ladiet' Itooma, with Lady attendanti. Phila., Aug. 4, 1855. ly P 8. CHEAP BOOKS St STATIONARY PEKRY A ERETV. invite the attention of merchant! and others to their large stock of elegantly bound Bibles, Hymn Bookt, Prayer Dooka, Albums, and Pretentaliou Book, in all stylea of binding; Standard Theological, Medical, Miaccllaneoua and School Bookt, which they have received from Trade Sales and are selling at extremely tow prices. Also direct from the manufacturers and Im oortera. ever kind of Plain and Fancy Writing Letter and Note Tapers. Envelopee, Cold and rJlecl Pent, Pencils, Inkttandt, wrapping ra pert, Ac, Ac, at the lowest caah price. PERRY A ERF.TY. S. W. Corner, 4th and Race Sts. Philadelphia. September (3, 1855. tf BLANKS. LAMK5 ef" every ateecriptton aaa be had ky LV fT TOg at tbe affloa of ke Amttfeu). THE TJTnVERSHY'B FAMILY REMEDIES, IWUED ander the Baal, Ssmetlun and AatHnf Ity of the University of PHiCK MKDIl'INK and poplar know ledge, Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, April fit, 1836, with s Capital of 1 100,000, mainly lor the purpose of arresting the eriieofttnurimia tnd worthless Nnstrumtf Also lor supplying the Community with reliable Rente diet wherever a Coinneteut Physician ce'nnnt or will not bs employed. Thit Institution' hat purchased from Dr Jonn R. howiltD, hit Celebrated Rowand' Tonic "fixture, Known for upwards nf twenty-five years as the only tare and eafe core for FKVI H and Ant K, Ac., end his inet timnble Remedy for HDWF.I.CO.M HLAlMK, Rovvnnd't Compound Hyrun of Ulaekherry Rist, which highly ag proved and popular Remedies, together wilh Thcejuiversiiy's Remedy for ('oinplniuts of tlieT.tmrs; The University's Remedy for Dyspepsia or Indigestion; The t'nivertity't liemedy forCotlive-Boweit; Also, the University's Almsuse lusy be be had, tt the Branch Pispeusary, or Store of WILMAM DF.PP1N, Nov. 3, 1P.-5. Mahnnoy p o. SPECTACLES In Gold, Silver, and Elastic Steel Jt'rame, MATIlKMATlOAt, Instrumonta separate and in cases. Thermometers of various eir.es, Hpy (Hastes of every description, I'latina poin.tfor Lightning Hods, Magic Lanterns with scriptural, astronomical and temperance designs, Microscopce mid Microscopic objects. Galvanic Datteriea, Kleclric.al Machines, Kurveyer's Com passes, Survcving Chains Ac. Ac. McAllister & ukother. (Extablished in 1790.) 194 Chestnut Htrnot Philadelphia. Our Triced and Illustrated Catalogue (t i pages) witli 150 illustrations furnished on application, ami tent by Bit.'.' ee of charge. Pliila. tiept. H, lr&5. GENUINE HONEY SUAP. r"I1HE pnrity, fragrance & mild einoliicnt properties nf this Soap, r,. renders it especially de t especially de- a-t-sfcst .place on every ir chapped hands, serving a toilet. For chapped hand and various diseases of the skin, it is utieciualed. Each cake is stamped W M. CO.NWAY, 168 South Sccend street, Philadelphia. Mo other is Genuine. Iinprovod;Chemicai;01ivo Soap, Warranted to Wash in hard, soft, or salt water. Thit soap hat powerful cleansing properties, which readily remove Oil, Paint, Dirt, Ac, from every description of goods without injury to them. or all domestic purposes it it superior to any other soap in tiso, and 20 per rent, cheaper than the common rosin soap. Each bar it stamped. WILLIAM CONWAY, 16S South Second street, Philadelphia. Manufacturer of Fancy and Staple Soaps, sperm, atcaiine and tallow caudles, importer and dealer in sal tmla, sod ash, rosin, Ac. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Phila. August 25, 1805. tf. DR. A. B. MADDOCK'S CELEBRATED WORK ON INHALATION In the Treatment and Cure of Centumiition, Asihma, llronehltit, and ether Uticuars nf the Itesplratory Orgyns, hy .lledlcul lulialallun. WITH NOTKR A.M .ADDITIONS Firti Amrrirti pr!ir:iM, fmm fifth I.ond-ii edition, whtrt H tM U& ma unpi ecrtJenlcU late. Thii i valonb! wrk and thoult. heintlifl hnudt of a! uivnliilt, :i'J ttie Mmlicttl rrofefniidii Rencnilly. hir wnr-:f-l ftce of ciitirgp, by mail, on rereit vC ViFTT CKMIi; Cl"tll (gill) OM M1LAR C. W. VAN HORN & CO. tiYo. 32 North Ninth t.t 1'kiUifielphia. W ml; tin ffr. from mmiy cinmcmlitorv niti'M mi'l review! finn it-e L'tgluli and Auitrieau Medica oiid other Journal ; Dr. Marttlork it Hie of tlie W Ileurv .M iUti-vk, I'f., M. 1 , llie writ knnwii bnnintct, mid pr hiup. t nir, in hit own pntttiwii. in rminrnt a itturrr n Ina parrnt The aytTfin (intuUitiou) nropnl am the m t f iTtft'tnal rrn thod of uppiying n reiiteoy l- h p nti"ii of the iNireni whii-h cannot he (iirnlly reachw.1 hy nmticine ituctf. . . . We rtxMiiinieiid tmr remlcri to purelmM the Work.'1 Wculeyun Chn-iude, I.'iith, I ch. We rrcoimiieud thn Wurk V oat revitrp. n it uniimn to be tulty mutureil, vleunly written, and entirely diverted of any quankery or pcti-ieekinK tendrney. Ttie Work well deserve! prul, end the iiwctur, fur ai our kiinwlttltre aiu expenrm-e exiernJ", wm rejwy n--i oniy lenout ('HBiUtraU'ii, int u omiein intu "( hi menu" Lcmlon Mvlicnl Joiirn il, I)eieinher 13, 145. 'Wc think thiit no one can nuetroni vn pc uial, without bcinp nntirtl that it istlte woik of h prut. tc;i! Httd exoerit-iiced m.in : and that it ouvht, for the wike tf tine who lullr! from convnmptioii. atthnin. or lnonrhi tit, to he brought into extensive iircu!;tii"n. u u. in ue rirtcBt icnfce-ul the triu, a vnh.ae Work. I'xlord lnivetity Herald, iovinir, 7, 'A ice-runt oi the imuvxi iv.:iiton oi Air. .mhiigock 'Wtiik on I'oiiftiiinplion. Hronolutia, Athmn, Ate; with rsotti. Ac, Itv lir. t hm. oreene iiuaoiKwt.i ie found worthy the nttentit'ti oi our T'-nderg, for they limy lenrn from it whnt can he expfffrd from this n"de of treating Coniiiin;.ti.n nnd tlrr ntTctione of the mr-i-n-4igr. Dr. M i evi.Un.i) nun ol cniiieruS!e mtel'i genre nnd wlniever thrte n nf god tu itiliulHtin id nietlirn'-M vapirn, he reini to have hi!ity to extisi.-t, n:ty, we go tuither, add ;iv, tint we ( far ihut tlie Pnv ffimi m h:ive n t riven uftieinii otienTi-n t thii ni"i' of allevi itmpr the tufT'rinpi rf thoPr Inhering under tint chs of dneHSn." New Jersey McJu-al Kcporttr, June, (From rrofeMor Ja. Hrt-a t. T!it r of the t;'hiladrijdiia .Medirul itti'l Mfjiif.ti J-'umi.i. ' 4,Dr. MaI'D vk' B-i a mii inh diti "ii ii one .if the f-v wlnrh Imve heeu iNtmil if. ni the Lny ish pit-rt mi this iihect III reMHihlientimi in tli'H rountrv, wnti tho indifi "in Nttt of Dr. ftreene, will add to tlie mclitvil lirenitiire of the I'nitrd tit'i. nnd. it in liopd, iicitmie interett in the meitical rr-.trMiou mi the foiniTt ot nha hti'ii. ;oi ii mcanaof t rent it g pufin-niary tfTtMi:. Willi tlu ad lition of m tlern tlietvene8 in I'lijut-l-'ey, una m de (if trnitiiig ti.ene tliienra vtn uld have a fair tr.al and a mie atonrment iiutde I'm the long neylect wJmh In hk 1st ion hai tutfered at the landaof niedirol men Jamki Mwyan, M. D , Trof. of Surgery in riiiladfibia t'olirga of Mtdicint A CAU!. DR. GKHKNR will trmt DIRASKS OP Till I.l'NUS and AIU-ltASSA(xLLS, agreeahiy to the m tie ao successfully ado p lt d in the pruonre of Dr. A. B. Mud' d'K'k, and other eininent physieians of Kurope. liy this mode of treatment Ihedikeused snrln-e of the IJronrhi and I ..lines are niiectly noted upon, the vuiiouh me.hcatrd va nor lieing earned to tne intt minute mmificaiioiis of (he IsUiigs, pnidnriug henlthy action; where a oinplete diaVirgunittnnor. 1ms n't taken plaee the heal results alwavs attend this feature of I met ire ; in fact, with auitattle at1 nutria, it is the on! v reliable form of treating disensee of the Respiratory Orpins. He intends iVvotuigr his sole attention to in is rmnicuiar i.rancn it his nroiession, Those desirous of cfinauUiiif him can do so by letter ad- arrssen iu C H A. r.RKr.XK, M. D. U'i3jG9, rbllaia. P. O. rinUda., Jons 91, t.V5(ni. STOVES! STOVES! Ws respect full) a iltcit tlie attenlitn of Iht public to our tssoriinenmr .Ms-cnEGOn HEATING STOVES, for Ft-ires. Hulls, Churches, l'srlors Ac, warranted to e-ve more hrat with oe lliird Iht fuel, liutii auv other Ifralli't Prove lo us. The laree number whirh aava been sold nt this and oilier citiea and tht oiiaUnt and incrpfisint- drniand for them, is smticieut gUHraiitct of their suiierinrity over sll oilier llentiitir Htovrs, snd we cheerful) invite the strictest invest ifnition nf our claims to tlie must perlect article nf the Kind in use. We slsn l-avn a superior CACI.DRON. for farminr and chemical i.uiposra, made on the aaine principle, fur vrnirn we cinuu ciliy i.rittiij ur ttirecuiicu. We kern tvinsruutlv n hand an assortment of Iht leading COOK nnd PARLOR STOVES j and art tolt Agents iu tins Pilate for ti i.i-. : run i AMi.r. rimur.?.. Ilt.'CK': PATKNT COOKING 8TOTK9, and HAIthTOW't I'MtlVAl.l.KD CCKIK . PARLOR PTOVI'tt. Wholesale Dealers will b tunnlicdat tht Uwest foundry prices. Wholesale at Retail tlove Dmlrrl, N. R. Cor. of ?HC i U k HACK Sts. I'uilad't MT Tor nle hy H. B M ASKKH. of Hut plact. rhilnloljihia, August 33, USS 3m. SEQARS El Neptuno, El Dorado, El Duendo, Rio Hondo, Recreadoret, La Curiosidad, La Semiarmii, Canalot, Plantation, Havana Cheroott, For Sale at WEISER Ai BRUNER. Sunbury, May 16, 1855. Land Warrants Bought. HIGHEST cash price paid, and money remit ted by first mail. The best reference can be given. Apply or addreat SAMUEL BECHTOLD, jr. No. 80 North 6ih street, Philadelphia. 17 Bounty Lands and Pensions procured and Warrants located at usual. October 6, 1855.- 3m3 BEBERINE, Yeratria. Chinordina nd Cio chonia, jutl received hy May 19, 18S. WWHER & BRUNER. VANILLA BEANS just received by WEI8ER BKUNCR. Huntmiy, May 19, 1851 TRASK'S Mi-neu Ointment at My (i WEI8ER V BR BRUNER'8. PA INT8 of every description Just reetvd by Mst l. WWSTER oV 9SV'ER. NBW FAMILY GROCERY, riour.Tood nd ProvlBlon ator. SEASHOLTZ & PETERY, liroadwny, between Market lilaclberry Stt; 3 ESTECTFULLY Inform the public tWat they have jtut reteived a largo and well telcrtrd assortment of choice Family Groceries, consisting In part of Hams, Shnnldcrs, Mackerel, Herring, While Fish, Cod Fish, 8a1t Preserved Fruit, rieklct, Crackers, Cheese, Molasses, Hire, Sugar, Cnffre, (siren, roasted and ground.) Im perial. Young Hyson, Gunpowder and Black Teas, Crtlar-ware, Stnnc-ware, Soaps, brushes plow and wash lines, hoots and shoes, tobacco, tegars, eve , together with every article usually found in a firnt class Grocery Store, all of which will be sold at the In-west prices, cither for rash or country produce. We also keep on hand choire Liquors, Port, Lisbon, &c. Porter, Ale, beer, sarseparilla, c, We are also prepared to sup ply the citizens wilh fresh bread, twist, rolls, pica, prct.els and rakes of every kind. Is. 13. The highest rash prices will he paid for huttor and rggt, corn, ojts. rye and wheat. Punhury, July 7, 1H55. ' 11 4 It LOWS IHDIflO It LI K. BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE, it now we I established as the best article ever offered for Blueing Clothes. It is entirely free from acid or anything injurious to the finest articles. All housekeepers will find it much cheaper and less trouble than Indigo or any other article. The great demand for it hat brought out several imi tation. Storekeepers snd consumers will be rnieful to get Besjjswi Bijilow's, put up at Alfre d Willherger's Drug Store, No. lf.9, N. Second Street, Philadelphia, Storekeepers can get their supplies from the Grocers and Druggists they deal with, at prices yielding a good profit. Vrug), Chrmicalt, raints, Varuishe, Py ftvffs, 4C, with a first-rate assortment of every thing in the line. Storekeeper:!, Physicians and manufacturers supplied at reasonable rates. ALFRED WILT BERG EH, Druggist. 109 N. Second Street, Philadelphia. July 7, 1855 ly. SUNBURY, FA- flIIE subscriber respectfully informs the public JL that she still continues to keep the above named public house. She hat also received a new tupply of good liuort and wines, and trusts that she will be able to give satisfaction to all who may visit her house. MARIA THOMPSON Sunbury June 23, 1855 tf. BOYD, ROSSER & CO., ItlKtRt AND sairPBRt Of Ucb Vci!) Anthracite Coal. From th Luke Fidler Colliery Shamokin, North'd County, Penna A ild rest. Boyd, Roescr & Co., iSuiilmry, IJa. n. m num. j. hoik ten jas. nnin. t. husmi Sunbury, April 7, Ifl5. f- HAYDOCK & FILLER, THEATERS in Watches anJ Jrwclrv, ill cniilintia the business at the old Uiid of Janict 1). Fuller, iVo. 12 South Second Street, PHILAlll-.Ll'llU, Where tlit'T solicit an f lamination nf tlirir lare;e ami ancil stnek, feclin? assured thnt the eine- riencc both nf them have had in the businrss, and the facilities they possess for procuring; goods on the most advantageous terms, will ena ble them to compete favorably vtilh any other establishment in the city. They have now on hand a fine assortment of WATCH KS. CLOCK?, JEWKIRY. Silver, Plated and Urittajna Ware, Cutlery, Fancy (ioods, &c, &c. N. 11. Repairing of V atchea and all kinds of Jewelry attended to with promptness and the greatest care. Phila.. April 7, 1855. tf. TO COAL DEALERS. AMMERMAN, ZUERN & WEITZEL rESPF;TFI'I.LY inform the public that they have leased the new colliery, called the Lambert colliery, and are ready to deliver coal of superior quality, and of a variety of sizes prepa red on their new coal oreuker. All orders prompt attended to by addressing the firm, either at Sunbury or Shmnokin. Sunbury, June 30, 1835. Photography ! Daguerreotypes ! ! A NEW ERA IN AHT ! J. E. McCLEES. (Successor to McCleet ft Gcrmrm,) , Y'OFLD call the attcnion of the public, not only to the superiority of the Uuguerreo tvpes, the IIvuloi;iapli, (bv some called Arnbro tvtie.) and the various styles of Photography on paper; but lo the fact, that parties at a distance poHseiMiiiia: a small daguerreotype, may. bv send ing it to .No. I(i0 Chestnut St., have made from it by the means ot Photography, and the talents of tlie liest Artists, a portrait nt im tizr., from a small Locket to the full size of life. A tmall book containing description, prices, Sec, &e., will be sent gratis to any person ma king the request. McCLEES' Philadelphia Photograph Establishment, No. I b0 Chestnut at., below 7th Phila., July 81, 1855 tf. Shamokin White Ash Anthracite Coal. From . "Old Vein" in the Gap Collier;. JH. ZIMMERMAN & JNO. P. PI RSEL, successors to Kase, Reed & Co., will con tinue mining, shipping and selling coal from the above well known Colliery, under the firm of Zimmerman & Pursel. The point of shipment is at the lower wharf in Sunbury, Nnrtliuinber land county, Pa., where all orders for the various kinds of coal, via : Lump, Broken, hire, Move and Chestnut Coal, will lie thankfully received and promptly attended to. Sunbury, July 14, 1855, ScNacar, Jolt 5, 1855 The firm of Kase, Reed & Co. having told their lease in the Cup Colliery and interest in the wharf at butibury, to Messrs. Zimmerman tv Pursel, would take great pleasure in recommend ing our customers and others to the new firm, as they will be able to sell them prepared coal of the best quality. kase, iiv.au ec uu. S-A--VI2STC3- ZFTTISTTD OF TUB UNITED STATES INSURANCE, Annuity and Trust Co. S. E. corner 'Jhird and Chestnut Sts., PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL 8't0,000. MONEY is received on deposit daily. The deposited is entered in a Oenosit book and amount given to tht Depositor, or, if preferred, a certificate will lie siven. a ii sums, nrat ana small, are rei-eived, and tut aniouni paid hack on demand, without notice. Inleiest is paid at the rale of viva rsa nsi., com mencing from the day of deposit, and censing fourteen daya pievious to the withdrawal of the money. On Hit hrt day of January, in each year, the interest of each deposit is paid to tbedepotitor, or udded lo the princi pal, aa he may prefer. The Company have now upward! of 1,500 aVpatttoi in the Cily of Philadelphia almis Anyaridiiional mfurmatiou will be'girtu by additMing tht Tausvssa. DIRECTORS. Stephen R. Crawford, Pret't, William M. Godwin, Lawrence J hnon, Vice Pros' t, Paul U Hoddaid, Ambrose W Thomnann, George Mi-Henry, Ueniaraiu V. Tuujiay, Jamea Dvvertuz, Jacob L. Florence, Ouatavua buglisii. eereUry and Treasurer, PLIWV FIK. Taxiaa sd IsTssrtiTta, J. C. OEHLSCULAGLR. Philadelphia, Sept. 1, 16A4 lyP. GROCER I E8 8egarii7CoireeM olattes Spices, Oila, Brandy, Gin, Wine, Macker el, H erring and Bait, jutt received and for tale by WM. A. KNAUB. Lower Auguaea May 1, 1854. CEDARTL'BS, Horse Buckets, Painted Buck te, Meal Tenderers, Corn Broome, Bas kets, Children's Wagons, and Yankee) Clocks net received and for tile by May 18, 1165. I. W-TESirR C MOUNT OARMEL HOUSE, MOUNT CARMEL, Northumberland county, Pa. f fIIIS larpe and commodious Hotel It situated on the top of the Locust mountain, neirly half way between Sunbury and Potttville. The scenery the taliibrity of the atmosphere and the cool mountain brecics, make it one of the moat delightful summer retreats in the country. The Hotel, is a new atrtirture, four stories high, fitted up with all the modern conveniences. The pure mountain water is introduced into every chamber. The place is rsxv of access, beng but one and a half hours ride from Sunbury, over the Philadelphia and Sunbury Rail road. From Potttville, it can he reached by Iht Mine Hill Hail road to Ashland, and from thence to Mt. Carmcl 4 milct. by Omnibus. Every attendance will he paid hy the proprie tor to make guests comfortable. Charges mode rate. JOSEPH M. FEAUER. Mt. Carmel, June S3, 1855. tf. SALAMANDER SAFES. KVANS & WATSON, iVo. 28 Sou'h Fourth St., Philadelphia. lire CHEAT FIRE, Chestnut & Fifth Streets, Friday mnrnina;, December 35th, 1854. Evans 4 Watson's mm Salamander Pales I num idinnt. at thev alwavt era - when put to the test. rilltSllSI.FHI , Uec. IS, 1N34. Messrs. F.ts lr Watsok, N. 89 South Fourth St., Philadelphia. Centlrmrn : We take much pleasure in re- commending; jour Salamander Safes to Merchants and others in want ol a secure means ot preser ving their books, papers, etc., from fire, as the one we purchased from you about seven months since hat preserved our books, papers and cash in as good a condition as lliey were when put into it, before the Brent fire of this morning, which destroyed the entire block of buildings corner of Chestnut and Fifth strcett. The above aafe was in use in our office, on tho second floor nf our building, from which place it fell into the cellar, and remained there uniil the fire was out. The Safe was then removed and opened in the pres. once of at least 1(100 persons, w ho witnessed the good condition of the contents. Will you please have the Safe and Locks repaired, at wa intend to put it in use again, havi,.g pwrtcct confidence in its fire-proof qualities. Yours, Respectfully, LACY PHILIPS. Evans Watson take pleasure in referring to the following, among the many hundreds who have their Safes in use: U. S. Mint, Philada i Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Pliiia ; Samuel Allen, Eso., Hih SnerifT, Phila; John H. Hen dersnn. (,'ily Controller; Caleb Cope 4- Co., i"o. 183 Market .St. ; Richard Norris iV Son, Loco motive builders, Philnda ; Bancroft Sr Sellers, Machinists, corner lfith and James Sts.; Fran klin Fiie Insurance Co., Phila.; Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Phila.; Lacey t$- Philips, corner 5th and Minor Sts.; Sharplcss Pro., No. S2 South Second St..; James Kent cV Santce, No. 147 North Third St; XV H. Horstman A Sons, No. 51 North Thiid St.; Smith, Williams & Co No. 87 Market St.; J. Sc 1J. Orne, No. 184 Chestnut St. A luruc assortment of the above Safes alvrayt on hand (warranted to stand at least 10 percent more fire than any Herrina't Safe now in life.) EVANS cV WATSON, also manufacture and keep for sale, Iron Shutters, Iron Doors aud Iron Dash, for making hre-proof suits Tor Hanks stores, public and private buildings. Seal and Letter Copying Presses; I'atcnt Slate Lined Re frigerators, etc. Please irive us a call, at No. SI South Fourth St., Philadelphia. April 7, 1S55. cly. 10. out: i on roMisKi.ri THE r0CKFr JISCULAPIL'S: OR, EVERY ONK HIS OVfS rilVSlCIAN. milE FIFTIETH Edi--S- tion.with One Hundred Entrravings, showing Dit enses and Mallorniations of the Human System in every ! shnpe and form. To which it added a 1 realise on the Diseases of Ec mules, being married people, or those contenipluting mnrrioge. liy IM- Win, Young' I.ei im fniher he itsSnim-d t.t present a cry if the A'.H- CI' LA PI I S to his cinut. tt iii-.iy rtive him I ruin an early srnve. Let n- yonn ui.-in nr vnunui enu-r inL llie s:cre nltlietilions of imniril hie vvii1kuI reiulini! Ihe I'tU'KI'T .1-'SCl'I.AIlt,f. I.er n-i one en.Teniia- lr-m Irirktned Couch, 1'iiin in the Sid. restlefs mollis, nervous freinifrs, mid llie whole Iriiiu of Dysprplic ti-nsiiMoiis. und given mi hv ihrir I'liMiii'inn. I"- nnotlifi ni-tnent without imii- snllitn: tt:e .1-Cl'LAPtrs Have the ir.n-n-il, or those tilKMit lo he iiiiinifd liny liiiptHlinient. rt-nd Ihislruly tisrtnl liook. as It has been the means of saving th.-iiwimls of uu foitimate creatures from tlie very jaws of dt-aih. nTAiiv .r -ii semline TWK.Vry.KI VK rKNT!, em'ioj.cl in a li-ltrr ill receive one copy ol uns Uook, t.y mail, or Ii i-1- c- pn-s will he sent f-n oni' doti.n. Ail'iieini, Da. W. YOl Mi, -No IM Sl'Kl Cl-: Strtcl, 1'UILA UK.I.I'HIA." Postpaid. I'lnU lelpInu, feptrinner S, I?55 ly NEW ST0EE. (.4f the old Stand of S. X. Thompson.) '"MIE Subscrilier respectiully informs the peo L pie of Sunbury and vicinity, that he has ta ken the Store lloom lately occupied by S. N. Thompson, in Market Mreet, Sunbury, below Weaver's Hotel, aud that he has just received and opened a handsome assortment of FALL & WINTEH GOODS, Consitting in part of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, (jueensware, Hals If Caps, lioolsi Shott, Fish, Salt, Meat. ic. All of vvlii. h will be sold ut the loweat pikes. All kinds of produce taken in exchange at th highest market price. II. H. VASTINE. Sut bury, Nov, 24, 1855 ly ch JAMES BARBER WHOLE-SALE A RETAIL CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT, S. E. corner of Second ft Chestnut Sts. JPHILADHliPIlIA. Where may be fou d, one of the largest and best assortment of Clocks and Time Pieces in Ihe United f tales, in quantities to auit purchasers, of from a tingle Clock, to one thousand Clocks ; embracing every variety of style and manufac ture, auilal le for Churches, Hulls, Counting Houses, Parlors, Sleeping apartments, at.d Kitch ens. Steam aud Canal Boats, and Rail road Curt. N. It. Clocks Repaired and Warranted. Clock Trimmings for sale. Alan, l(iiiurucr ot' Darker Celebrated Fin GOLD PENS Embracing all the qualifica of the finest quill pen, in addition to which the durability of the metal it fully atsociatcd and developed. Gold and Silver Pencils, aud Pen Holders, Plated Ware, &lc, wholesale and is tad. Those wish ing to purchase are invited to call. J.ME3 BARBER, S. E. corner Chestnut and Second Sts., Phila. Philadelphia, June S3, 1855 ly, HENRY D0NNEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ujjice opposite tht Court House, Sunbury, Northumberland County, Fa. Prompt attention to business iu adjoining Couuties. HOOFLAND'S Bitters at May 19. WEI3ER tV Bnt'NER'C. MANN'S LETTER PRESSES, with books,! nk, and all ccnr,;lete, just received, andforaaleby H. B.MASSER. Sunbury, June 4, 1853.'- TJATENT BRITTANIA STOPPERS foi B MA88ER. M . DM ooiues tor as it vj Sunbury, April, IS, 1851 CJ1LVER WATCH E8 A few double case English Silver Walcbea, for eel at very lost triors by H.B MABSER. Siaihury, Apii It, iSftl New Goods- for fh TeopU t BENJAMIN IIEFFNEI1 nESrECTrULI.T informs the public im getv eral that he has just revived and optatd a splendid stock of Fall and Winter Goods at his New Store, In Lower Aigusta towaahip. tt is siocs consists in pari m Cloths, Cassimers, CaisineU. ef all kinds, of linen, eotton and worsted. ALSO t Callroei, Glugliama, Lavrua, nioumellne De lnlnei and all kinds of Lsdies Dreai Ceods. Groceries, Also au assortment of Hardware, Irow mil Steel, Nails, &o. Also an eirallcnt assortment of UTJEENSWARE, of various stylet an patterns. Alto an aaaortment of ROOTS Sl SHOES. HATS It CAPS, a good ttlectien. Salt, Fish, ftc. And a great variety of other articlea tueh as are suitable to the trade, all of which will be said al the lowest prices. U7 Country produce taken in exchange the highest prices. Lower Augusta, Nov, 10, 185S. United States Hotel, Chestnut Street, above Fourth. PHILADELPHIA. r J- MacLELLAN, (late of Jones' Hotel,) has the pleasure to inform his friends and he traveling community, that he haa leased this House for a term nf years, and it now prepared for the reception of Guests. The Local advantageaof thit favorite establish ment are too well known to need comment. -The House and Furniture have betn pu iu first rate order: the rooms are large and well ventilated. The Tablet will alnaya be supplied with the best, and the proprietor pledges himself that no effort on hit part shall be wanting te make the United States equal in cerafoits te soy Hotel in the Quaker Uity. Phila., July 8. 1854. SAMUEL S. FETIIEIISTON, VCALER IM Lamps, Ltntrrni, Clundrlicrsand Candilabrii, JV. 152 S. 2d strut, oiovs Sfrust, rillLaDKU'HIA. Taving enlarged and improved his store, and having one of the largest assortments of Lamps, in Philadelphia, ia now prepared to fur nish Pine Oil, Camphene, Burning Fluid, Lard and till Lamps, and Lanterna of all patterns. Class Lamps by the package, at a email advance over auction pneet. Being a Manufacturer and Dealer of Pine Oil, Burning Fluid and A Irohcl, which will be furnished to Merchants at such prices that they will find it to their advantage te buy. Also, Household Glassware ef all descrip tions al the lowest market prices. Philadelphia, Oct. 14, 1854. M'CAirfy. BOOKIE LLKR, Market Street, EUNBURY, FA. TUST received and for tale, a frtsa tupply FT1CI.I,1CAL MISIC far Singing Schools. He is alto opening a this time, a large assortment of Books, in every branch of Literature, consisting of Poetry, History, Novels, Romances, Scientific Workt, Law, Medicine, School and Children! Books, Bibles; School. Pocket and Family, both with and without Engravingt, and every of vari ety oi Dinning, rrnyer Hooka, or all kindt. Also iutt received and for tale. Purdom Di gett of the lawt of Penntylvania, edition of 1851, price only SS,00. Judge Heads edition of Blackttonet Cammta taries, in 3 vols. 8 vo. formerly told at $10,09, and now otiered On iroah binding) al tbe lew price of $fl,llO. A Treatise on the lawt of Penntvlvtnia re specting the estates of Decedents, by Thomas F. Cordon, price only 81,00. Travels, Voyagea and Advtnturet, all el which will be told low, either for caah, e was try produce. l ebruary, 31, 185". tt. "AID AND C0MF0F.T," fo Your Own jtlccltnnlcs. GEOllGK liENN. MANITAOTVUCR S)r FURNITURE AXD CITAIIii Of the most FashionaWa Btylt. HP HE subscriber respectfully calls the attentiat of the public to his large and splendid assort ment of every quality and price ef C!AIU.CT-WARR which cannot fail to reiommend itaelfte every eve who will evimine it, on account of its darahls workmanship and splendid finish, made up of the l-.ol .Irulr ... 1.. k.,1 I.. - r.. u,, , i gjjort is pared in the manufacture of hi. ware, and tbe eubscribcr i. determined to keep up wilh the many improvements which sre constantly being iMuue. ins aiuta. constats oi aianogan, Sofa., Ulvnns nud Lonng- Burcaui, Secretaries," Sideboardi SOn, BREAKFAST INI) DI.MNQ TABLR and also VENETIAN BLINDS, equal te Taiie- delphia manufacture. BEDSTEADS, of ever, ptttern and pri.a, CUPBOARDS, WOKK AND CANDI K STANDS, TOILET TABLES AND EXTENSION TABLES, In short, every article in this line of his business. He alto manufacture! all kindt ud qualiUtt ej CIIAIKS. nciuuing vanetiet never before to be had It Sunbury, euch aa Msiiobssi, Blace Wusri tan CraLSn Matli Gnariia ; u Wianaoa CHAIKS, axu racy l'nto Stools, which art of the latest atylct, and warranted to be excelled by none manufactured in the Citiet or elsewhere. The tubtcriber it determined that there ahall be no excuse for persons to purchase furniture in the citiet, at every confidence can be entertained about the quality and finish of his ware and Chairs. His articles will lie disposed of on as good terms ss they can be purchased elsewhere. Coun try Produce taken in payment for work. UNDERTAKING. Having provided himself wilh a handsome Huasc, he is new prepared for Undertaking, and attending funer als, in thit vicinity, or at any convenient dis tance from thit place. 17 The Ware Room is in Market 8treet, below Thoinpton't Store and Weaver'a Tavern. UttlKUE RENN. Sunbury, Jan. 10, 1653 tf. VIT-ILEY'S COUGH C4NDY. An ercel w T lot remedy for coughs, colds. For aal at this office December 4 lflt. PJHAIN PUMPS.. A email number of thete w excellent pumps have btea received and are o(TcrH for sale by H. B. MASSER. Runtiurv. June 4, I8SS. VERMICELLI, Maccaroni and Com Starch just received by May 19, 1855. WEISER ii BRDNER. fAMPHINE aad Fluid of ihe bst duality For tale by WEISER t) BRUNER. Sunbary, May It, ItfA. A Tint lot of WaH rrerjuet received and for sale by VTM. MeCASTY. Market Street. Sunbury, June 8,1861. BOOTS. Shoee, Uata. Caps and Gum Shoes, jtut reerivtd aud for saVa by T ibji. lily ER 4C FIRST ARHIVAL ttZSnX&sr GH-CDCDt3DG53f At S. N. Thompson's Store, h T'!a to"V. " th Junction nl,tJvThoclen and i''" ertek road. IHE subscriber having returned from th. rli- t i ui ' n'.W ,,,d t'va attortment f ft.h.onable good, re.p.ctfully csll. the attention ef armert, Mechanics and ethers to the same SFKINU AND SUMMER GOODS consisting in prt of ' Dry Goods, viz : Clothi i, Ca,simerts, Cnssinsls, Jean$, Drilling JJusi.ns, Ff,nj5J) Tud,andail kind, bpnng and Summer Wear LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS. Calicoes, Muslin di Lnins. La-en, ' CincAanu, li,rats, RoU, ' onlent, Flannel, it. UltOCCREI.S, tsger. Teat, Coffee, Rice, Mela.tes, Caoe Spues, Salt, Ac, Ae., Ae. ., IBarilwai-c, Nails, fccr.wt, File.. Sswt. Kuivtt cV Fork. A, Oueens and Glassware, of variouattylrttnd patten,.. BOOTS AND HOES. A large assortment of Boots snd Shott, for women children. t.T' , '' of y,riou "iiet and ttylet. Beside. . Urgs and general as.ortmrnt ,f eK.n " 1 ""1 e"min for " rr Country produced all kind, taken ia B. .,. itinesv marK.t prices. . . , THOMPSON. Lower Augusta, 4 niu. 23, IS55. . Fiirnitupe! Fiipniiiii-ot Ao. 157 South Stroud (abort "pruct,) tatt tidt. -iiiA,.uEtpniA. T1HE subscriber would respectful!, inform the reader, of the Sirv Amtticm ,nJ public generally, that he ha. nn b.n.l ' ! supply of elegant, fashionable, tnd well made I mnittire at reason.!,!, price.. Being . pr.rU. cal mechanic, and havirs all his .nn.l.'..r...t. Hired nnd.r In. nwn ttiperi.itendence, purchasers may rely on gettmg ju,t au,!, article. .. . represented. Uun.-e. will, removal,!, .rmt al.o new pattern, of Sofa Bedstead,. Those who are about going to housekeeping would de well to call. Jon:,- A. BAUER, 1S7 Sli.lK.,-...l .v. u. ercer, lisankiuilv received and promptly attended to. April J3. fi5. wg.!y. BOUNTY LAND TTAHRAKTS. "IIIE tubtcriber having received the nrc....,y - forma a.. ;. .,: r . . ....... .,,.,, inons irom me Uepsrtn.tnl, at .sbi.gton, is prepared to procure Bt.alr LenJ trrantt tt th, ahorlest notice. . , E. B. MASSES. 5aabarjr, At l T, 183S. L. I. BETA Br" QAVlOZm HOTEL, f jTIIE aubscriber be Ss leave to inform l.ls friendt u. a:iu nit puldic Renerallv. that l,t his Ukta the above well known ttmd, ar. i will be !,appy lo accon.modala t!l who may gift h;. a till. r-iiamttin, July I, IM. NEW BEUG 6T0EE ! 7l3RUNER, "Wholsiale and Retail Dnijrpisti, .Worarl St ., ntzt door to E. Y. HrhVs ?ier M2trnr,.rA., FFER to the public the largest tnd beat selected ttock ter Aliened in ibis teetiea el' country, consisting uf FRESH AND PT3RE DRUGS, Medicines, Chen.ict'.t, Ground Spirit, Ptiate, Oilt, Varnitlitt, Dyt-ittif!, Window Oiatt, Patent Mediciuei, together w ith a complete as sortment of Paint. Clothes, Hoir, 'J u,ih, Ntil and Shaving Brushes, Dressing. Sii'e. Neck tad Pocket Combs, Vtncy Sosps, Bliisving I'rssrat. Tobscco. Segtrt, Tort Mouias, ejittionary, Cta. fectiontries, J'l'KE WINES AND BRANDIES Pur Medicinal use. Erijlisli, French and Ameri can Perfumery, Fafirv fSor.Je cf eer desr.ip tian. In thort tver a-t!t by Druggist grs'!v. r.'mpolii'Cld. . V, H"tlt, , I:KL'N ERr uBbarv, Mtv '.'. 'trswerrv, C j:s-, Eldorado Fig. P'.:,..--ti. ."ek. farsaparill Fin, Ct. Trsi.J ?':ne f'et, Aiideraent " ' frr ?a!t tl wp:eh i riKiNts. Sunbary, Msy tt. ;- . IR. h. H. ir.fi:'.;:;-;? unriv fr rtog'.s. -'coldt, and ai,;t,i,-i K: ,!mv trs. A supply ef this valuable mejuint J,'t lairived and fr n't W H. 11. MA33ER. Runbarv. June 4. Mlft 'i RII OLD'S WRTi'INO Tl.Tli 7-Td Adbe sive and legal envtiopet, fir sale ty H. U. MAbSER. Sunbury. Ian 18. ISM JtJHOES. All kindt of 3ools frhots and f.p ;ert lor tale by (J. ELSIiETC, A CO, Market ttreet, eppotiit the Post Office. Sunbury, Oct. 8, 113. NOTICE To Trespmitri ou the Tclfgraph LIa. ATOT1CE is hereby given, tlist ell person found tiespttsing upon, or injuring iht line of the Philadelphia and butibury irtph wil be dealt with according to the s. t of Assembly to tuch asset mtde t:.d provided. H. B. MAS9EK, Free I Phils, and Sunbury Telegraph Ce. Banhnry, June I, 1654. if. CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, r Tasteless Salts, Prepared by WEISER t BTiBNER. Thit prtpatation it recommended tt an c cellent laxative and purgativt, it op ernes roiidlr, it entirely free from any unpleasant latie, re sembling lemonade in flavor. Thit medicine 1 highly beneficial for disea.es ptculiar te .urn a. el and hot waalhtr. 8unbury, July I, lsSi. JNK Bouretu't orltbraled ink, anJ s!to Con fve ink for sale, wkeleaale aed retail by IW, ain. H B UAfStH ATS AND CAPS A splendid let ef fashionable Silk. Wool and Fur Hals, also Cleth, Per, Oilcloth, Navy and Military Capa for talc low by G. EL9BER0 4- CO. Market ttreet, opposite the Pest Office. Sunbury, Oct. 8, 1853. GOLD PENS with and wilhaut cases, ef very superior quality, just received. Alto a fresh tupply of Writing Fluid, far sale by H. B. MASStill. Buntnry, Pee. ST. US' BLANK Parchment Paper Deeda and blank Mortgagee, Bolide, Executions, Summons Vc, for le b H. B. MASSER. Sunbury ,Apri 88.185 aO HOUND and whole Pepper, Clovee, Ciima- Mac. AllUpic. Gti)r, Liauorirs. Ae.. Ac. tt No.. 18, '54. TOCNO'a STORE- JIWELKY A nice assortaienl of Oeld and Stiver Pencils sad Pens, for ta e cheep by O.ELSBEhOfcCO, Marlnl street, opposite tb To Oftve Suubury, l.et. 8, ISM.