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FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. riMIK un.l.r-i(K.ed, Clergymen of mll,Z"'U!Xi I hnvin imrclmreil ami nsc.1 in 11 k IIakrh's Celebrated Family Hwiiif Mashine," take .Va.nre in om,on,i,ng nXl Lining II.. ewclltinlsnf a good ""' ','? h a, imnlifilv wise cr miienirnt, "nil Ihe strum n mm uml use it. , , . , . Kev. W P Ntricklano, Rev N Vnruaiit, I Kov H H Yard, j New York. Kev C Laruo, !cv K J' Rodgcre, !)! ) Ko W H Hpraguc, 1)1) Kev J N Campbell, 1)1) ) !ev Charles Anderson, licv Charles Havt ley, I!cv Daniel H. Temple, Kev 'J' M Hopkins, Kev Wm llosmcr, Kev O 11 Tiffany, D D " C J owen, " Jona Cross, y Auburn, N. Y. " John McCronn, D D V .Baltimore, Mil " W T D Clcmm, " W H Chapman, ' F. S. Evans. J " K UUalbraith, Covanstown, MJ. " T Danghcrty, Waynesboro, Pn. ' Thos E Locke, Westmoreland o, Va. Rev W A Crocker, ) John Paris, S Norfolk, Va. J F Lannean, Salem, Va. Ch. Hankel, DU,1 U A Loyal Charleston, 5. C. A A Porter, 8elma, Ala. Joseph J Twisc, Speedwell, SC. 1) U Ross, Mohile, Ala. J. I. Michaux, Enfield, N C. A C II arris, ii F Harris, J Henderson, N C. Henry A Kiley, ) A I, Post, 4 Montrose, Pu. V 1) Wilson, D D I V F Curry, A M. S Geneva, N. Y. Elbert Sliugcrland, Scotia, N. Y. Prof. John Foster, "J Kev. Francis G (iratz, I (5clienccl'y,N Y J Tumbull Hockus, DD.f Prof. Hen.j. Stanton, J Kev P C i'rugti, Xcnin, Ohio, 11 W Cliidlaw, A M. VV Perkins, j Cincinnati, O. E Grand liirard, Ripley, O. A 11 hike i E C Benson, A M, liumbicr, O. .1 J M'Elhenny, 1) D. ) F Chester, I ronton, O. E F Hasty, Cambridge city, Ind. J C Armstrong, Saline, Mich. Arthur Swaiey, 1 A Hunt, J Galena, III. Enstein Morbough, Cambriiigo city , Ind. Richard W hite, Milton, Ind. Calvin Vale, Martinsburgh, N Y. . Joseph Eldridge,Noifolk, Conn John Jennings, II L Wayland. S Worcester, Mass. Wnil'hipps, ) (Jsmond U Daker, Bishop of) M E Church, I Thos Balhav. (Concnid, Jlenrv E Parker. K. H. li N Judd, Montgomery, N Y. A M Stowe, Canandaigua, K Y. Win Lone. Cliff Mine. Mich. Offices of Exhibition and Sale : 405 Broid wav. New York. 730 Chestnut Street, Phila delphia. 181 Bnltiraoro Street, Baltimore SEND FOR A CIRCULAR. March 34, 1800. ly To Consumptives AND NERVOUS SUEFEBEHS, riHE subscriber, for several years a resident of M Asia, discovered while there, a simple vege' table remedy a sure Cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and Nervous Debility. For the benefit of Consumptives and Nervous Sufferers, he is willing to make the time public. To those- who desire it, he will send the Pro. ecription, with full directions (free of charge)- also a sample of the medicine, which they will find a beautiful combination of Nature's simple herbs. Those desiring the remedy can obtain it hv return mail, by addressing J. E.CUTH BERT, Botanic Physician, No. 429 Broadway, New ork April 14, 18G0. 3m hegebsan & cos CORDIAL ELIXIR OP CALISAYA BARK fienared only by HEUE.MAN & CO., Wholesale and Retail Chemists and Druggists, 101, 30!), 311 and 750 Broadway, New oik. rpllE virtues of PERUVIAN DARK ns a Tonic lmve X been too Ions known to need comment. The CAUSA V A C;or lime's HnrK,':) is the mt vnlu- nMe ot" ihe numersus vnneties of the Peruvian Hark, und in the Kl.l.VIK is conihiiieil with other ingredients thut increase it ellicacy and at the siuiie time overcome the Intensity 01 its ullter, renuering it a inoai Agreeuuie cor dial. Kor persons living ill FEVER ami AGl'E districts, it will he found invuluulile aw a preventive, Half of a wine glass full taken night nud morning, rendering the system niui'li lesssuujeci lo lllu uuueaniiy iiiuueueu ui ine uiuiuh- ntiere. DIRECTIONS Dose for an adult, half a wiueglasa full before breakfast und dinner ; children frotu one lo two teasuoons f ull ; it maybe lukcu with or without a little wuter For sate ntthis office. Alarcti 17, lSlill. 16C0 WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1SC0 NEW YORK LINES CAMDEN Ic AMDOY AND PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD CO.'S LINES, From rhiluddyhiti to Acw York and Way From Walnut Street Wharf and Kensington Depot Philadelphia, will leuve as luliows, iz FAltK. At 8 A M . via Cumden and Auibov C X A Accom modation, ea 2s At 0 a M. via Camden and Jersey City New Jer sey accommodation, 2 25 At 0 A M. via Cumden and Jersey city Morning Muil, 3 00 Al 11 A M. via Keiiuuclon and Jersey city, e- lern Express, 3 Of! At t-Jt P M via Cumden and Amboy, accommodation 2 2o At 2 f M, viu Cuiuden and Amboy C und A. Ex press, 3 Ufl At I J P M, via Kensington, and Jersey city, Eve ning Expiess, 3 00 At 11 P M, via Kensington ami Jel ry city, 2d Class Ticket, 2 23 At tt P M, via Cumden & Jersey city Evening Mail 3 Oil At 1 1 P M, via Camden nnd Jersey city South. Mail 2 2 At S P M. via Camden and Amboy Accommoda tion, (Fieigut and Passenger,) 1st class ticket, 2 25 ' 1 6 lid " 1 40 The 6 P. M. Mail Lina runs daily. The 11 Southern Mud Saturdays excepted. For Helvulere, Easlou, Fleimugton, Ac, at A.M., fioin Walnut Btreet wharf and U P. M , from Kciuuiujloii For Munch Chunk, Allcnlowii and licthlchciu, ut li, A M. via tehitu Valley Railroad. For Waiter (Jap, SiroutlsLurg. Scrnuton, Wilkcslarre, Montrose, Ureut llend, Ac, ut II A M, via Delaware, lucknwanna and Western Kailroud. For Freehold, at 0 A.M. and 2 P. M. For Mount Holly, al li and A M , and 2, and 4 r. m. WAY LINES, For nristol, Trenton, tc, ut 3 and JJ P. M., ,froin KensoiRtou. For PuUnyra, Delanco, Beverly, Durliugton, Lordcu town, Ac, ut 12, 3, and 1JP. M. Fifty pounds of Dafguge only, allowed each passenger, Passengers ure piolnliilcd from taking anything as Hag page bul their wearing apparel. All Baggage over filly uounda lo be paid for extra. The Company limit then responsibility for Uagguge to One Dollar per pound, and will not lie liable for any amount beyond 100 Dollais, ex cept by special eontrucl W M H OAT.MER, Agent C. A A. R. R Co. Febmary 18. ls0. 1TEV' 5T0P.E. No. 93 Mabkkt Sthket, IUuhisuibu. SI-IEET MUSIC, INSTRUCTION LOOKS, musical Merchandise Generally. VIANOS, MKLODF.ONS, (JUlTAUa, VIOLIN'S, ACCORDKONS, ic, 0. C B. CARTER. PI ANOS Tuned and Repaired by H. L CoasoLD, by application to the above nitiiied store. August 80, 159. ly STOVES- 1:10k SALE n excellent eeconJ-hmd Ceok ing Stove, also several Cylinder Coal itoves. Enquir al this office. CENTRAL HOTEL, SUNBURY, Northumberland County, Pa. rTMUS large and commodious Hotel, now managed l-y J. H. ECKBERT. It Is situate at the Railroad Depot North East corner of Market Square, Sunliury, and at the terminus of the Suubury Erie and North ern Central Railroads, and is open for the accom modation of Travelers and the public in general Tho priprietof will give his exclusive atten tion, totbe comfort and convenience of his guests and is decrmined to make this establishment rank among the first in the Statn. Hit table will he supplied with the best the market can produce having the advantage of daily commuiiinalion by cars direct from Balti more, and also from those bringing producs from the surrounding country. His bar will be supplied with tho purest liquors tho market can produce (,'a-cl'ul and obliging servants always in at tendance. A share of the local and traveling community is mott rospcclfully solicited. Sunbury, January 12, 1800. Tho World's Great Exhibition Prize Medal ! AWARDED to C. MEYER, FOR1119 TWO PIANO!, LONDON, OCTObEIl 15, C MEYER, respectfully informs his fricrtds and the public generally that he has con stantly on hand Puttos, equal to those for which he received the Prize Medal in I,ondon in 1N51. All orders promptly attended to, and great care taken in the selection and packing the same. lie has received during Hie last lilloen years more Medals than any other maker from the Franklin Institute also, first Premiums in i'os' ton, New York and Baltimore. Warerooms No. 722 Arch Street, below h , south side, Philadelphia. April 14, .8(50. 3mw HIGHLY IM.P0RTANT NEWS. M. C. GEAMIART, Has returned with a new Stock of Confectionaries, Fruit and Toys. IT scents as if a new age, a new life was open ing upon us, animating every heart to nobler deesW and higher aims! Art, Literature and Sci ence will glow onew and seek to dcvelope sub- liiner beauties and grander conception. The business world too must feel the new in fluence and every'part be quickened and strength ened by an increased vitality, which shall urge usonwitn electric speed to tne consummation of greater things than was ever dreamed of in the 'hilosophy of the past. Animated by the enthusiasm which prevades U classes, and desirous of doing his share to wards "The greatcvents of the Age," tho sub scriber would respectfully inform tho oood peo ple of SUNBURY and tho public generally, that he ha just returned from the city ef Philadel phia with the largest and choicest stock oi Con fectionaries, Fruit and Toys that has ever been brought to this section of country. He is also manufacturing all kinds ot Uonlectionanes, vc, to fill up orders, wholesa'e or retail, at short no tice. Among his stock of Confectionaries, may be found : French Secrcls, Hunted Almonds, Cream White, o Leinun ' Hose, " Vanilla, Common Secrets. Liquorice, Gum Drops, all kinds of scent, Love Drops, Mint Drops, red and white, Jelly Cukes, 1'iuit Drops, Stick Caiultes, ot all scents Rock Candy, Almond Cuinly, FRUIT. rtunanns, Pruues, Dates, Figs, Currants dried, Citrons, Almonds, Rnisons, Nuts of all kinds. LKMON SYRUP of a superior quality, hy the single or dozen. A superior quality of Hcgars and Tobacco, and a variety ot t;ontectionanes, Iruit, i oys, etc, an oi which is offered cheap at wholesale or retail. Lir Kemcmber the name and place. ,JfJ M. C.GEARHAUt, Market st., 3 doors went of E. Y. Bright & Son S store. Sunburv, April 14, 180 ly TUB PHILADELPHIA Cash Drug-, Paint and Glass Store, B. W. COU. FOLRTH & CAI.LOWH1LL STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. DRUGGISTS, Merchants, Formers, and the public everywhere. 1 will sell nt wholesale und retail, to the Spring Trade of iaOO, a henvy stock of Diugs, Medi cines, Chemicals, Ac, Ac, Ac. 20,oiHj uoxes ol inuuw uiuss, assoneu sizes aim qualities. 10,000 Pounds of Putty, White, Black, Red, Ac, ill Hulk or Itladders. 20,000 Ga loin Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Camphene AICOIIOI, dec 2(1 Tons of Pure White Lead, in bbls., J bbls., 100, SO, 23 and 12 J lb kegs. 30 Tons of Peal Snow White Lead, in Lbls, bbls. 100, 50, 2S and 12' lb. kens 40 Tons of New York White Lead, in bbls., bbls, 100, 50, a.iunu I'JJ lb. kccb. 33 Tons of Puie French White Zinc, ill bbls, J bbls, 100 60, 2.) and 12 lb kega 40 Tons of American Snow White Zinc, In bbls, bbls 100 50, 20 and t2J lb kens. 20 Tons of Lehigh American Zinc, ia bbls, bbls, 100 50, U5, und U'1 lb. kegs. 23 Tons of Kmc P lints, of different colors, in bbls, bbU. 100, 50, 25 and I2j lb kegs. 30 Tons of M inerul Paints, of different colors dry or ground in Oil. 10,000 pounds of pure French Green, Chrome Green, Yel low. Illue, Ulucv. ami oiner colors, ury or oi oo. 1,000 pounds of Smalls' assorted Ulue,Uluek, Red, Urecn, and other coluis. 100 Pncks of Gold Leaf, Glaziers' Diamonds, Glaziers' Putty, Hawk Knives, Ac. S.OiiO Gallons Ixiiled oil. varnishes. Japans, Zinc Dryer, Ac. Paint, Varnith nnd Calsoinine Brushes, together with a complete unsorlmeiit of clans Goods embraced ill lh Drug and Puiut liusiuesa. ALSO, B.ono bbls. Roman Cement. 3,ikki ' Rosenilale and Hydraulic Cement. 1,000 " Calcined, I jinil, Dentistry, Carting Piaster, Ac. IV All of which 1 will sell al Wholesale and Retail, at noun 10 lo 20 per cent less Inan ntner etuaongnmenis. HKMtY U. U. UANhS, Proprietor of the I liiiancipam i,usn long, raiiii aim fjiuaa ck.i,-. South-west corner of Fourth and Cullowuul fits., Phila. Maicli 3, 160. 3uie A 17ULL SETT OF BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. rtRAXT'S Cornet Band offer for sale their full sett of instruments consist mcr of 12 pieces, several of tbom being rotary valves. For further particulars eyiplv to TllOS. P. GRANT, Leader, or J ARID C. llt V1N, l'resident. Sunbury, March 3, 1SG0. JOSIA1I BRYAN & CO. Flour and Grain Factors, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Sale of Produce in General, Broad Street, belew Vine, West side, PHILADELPHIA. December 17,1 650 3m OOTtJ AN LI SHOES, a laren assortment at FRII.ING & UKANT'8 tsunlmry. January 28, lH(il). FOR SALE. 'pWO LOTS situate in Market street, in the A town of Trevorton, Nos. I and 1 3, in block No. 90. Apply to VM. (lAl'tiLKK, Sclins grove, or H. II. MASSE R, ciuubury. PLASTER ! FLASTER ! ! r.ft TONS nriine Nova Scotia 8ott Plaster for OU aelj BlilUII'i' & SUN. fcuiibury, A pril 7, 1 860. COTTAGE BIBLES. 10 It SALE, cbeap, three copies f the - Cottage bible, ID two volti mei, with com- 01entar.es. II. li. M ASSElt. Ifi fififi PIECES of Wall Psper. just receiv. JUjUUU -,, New York, 60 different styles very low at FRII.INU GRANT'S. Sunbury, January M, 1860. lt.j FURNITURE AND ' CHAIRS Of the most Fashionable Style. Sofas, Divnns and Lounges Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards, Sofa, Drealaft and Dining Tablet, and alro VENETIAN BLINDS, equal to Thil delphia manufacture. . BEDSTEADS, of every pattern and price CUPBOARDS, WORK AND CANDLE STANDS, TOILET TABLES AND EXTENSION TABLES, In short, every article In this line of htfl business '"PHE subscriber respectfully calls the attention - of the public to his large and splendid as sortment of every quality and price of CAIIINET-WAKE which cannot fail to reiommend itself toevcry ene who will examine it, on account of its durable workmanship and splendid finish, made up of the best stock to be had in the city. No effort is spared in the manufacture of his waro, and the subacribcr is determined to keep up with t he many improvements which are constantly b ing made. He aUo manufacture all kinds andqualities CIIAIItS, ncludine varieties never before to bo had Ir Sunbury, such as Mahociant, Black Walhut Ann Ci-BLKii Maplk Ghkciait : anb Wmnsoa CIIA1HS, Ann tasct Piano Stools, which are of the latest styles, and warranted to be excelled by none manufactured in the Cities or elsewhere. The subscriber is determined that there shall be no excuse for persons to purchase furniture in the cities, as every confidence can be entertained about the quality and finish of his waro and l.inirs These articles will bo disposed of on as good term as they can be purchased elsewhere. Coun try produce taken in payment for work. UNDERTAKING. Having provided a handsome Hearsk, ho is now prepared for Undertaking, and attending funerals, in this vi cinity, or at ony convenient, distance from this place The Ware Room is in Fawn Street, be low Weaver's Hotel. He has also purchased tho right of manufac turing and selling in Northumberland county, Gould's patent Excelsoir Spring Bed, which he will furnish at reasonable rates. Springs put in old bedstead for three dollars. WILLIAM S. SNYDER. Sunbury, January 14, 1800. ItjueWanaeJiale COLLEGE. SELIJVS-UROVE, V A., THIS School is intended to afford tlie very best ndvnn laircs. nt a moderate eliarue to sueli ns innv be entrusl- d to its cure. Tho building is larire, well nrranired, nnd urnlshed with every thinir nccesBaiy to health and com oit. Parents nnd (iuanliaus nre invited to examine lis claims and to suppoit it only in so far as it niuy be found to possess real merit. FACFLTV. Rev. C. C. rtAFGIlMAN, A. M., Principal. Mrs. M. L. lUroitMAN, I Miss L. W. RuNDKLL, Assistn.-.t Teachers, Miss Julia A. Catlin, J Dr U.IIOLM; Rev. n. KURTZ, D.D. L. L. D.; Kev S. DO.MER. A. M., Lectuiers. EXPENSES. Boarding, tuition in the regular course IncUidiiior IjUiui, wafiiiuir, nuuit, luei aim use 01 luiiii&ueti room per seuuion oi a motiuis, Fee lor Heudiug RiKnn, DAY SCHOLAR!?. sso on 1 Ml Tuition in the Collegiate Department pe r session, o Acadeinio " ' u Incidental charge for fuel, ink, chnlk, Ac. EXTRA CHARGES. Music on the Piano with use of Instrument, " .i ii Melodeoii " " ii tiuitur " Harp, " " Special instruction in Vocal Music Drawing with use of models, (III Painting, " Greek. German nnd French each. $1.5 (10 Id 00 1 CO an on ir on ii no 80 (id 6 00 8 0U 1'J 00 6 00 Payments to be made half in advance, and the balance nt the middle of the sessiun. There will be no deduction for absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. A liberal deduction will be made in favor of the dnuehters of Clergyman. For Circulars Address. Rev.C.C. M.M GHMAN, Or Rev. S. DO.MER. SeliiiB-Gmve, Pn., Sept. 10, lf-59. ly Vffl 1 ECONOMY J Save tlie Pieces ! As accidents will happen, even in we II-repute ted fami lies, U is very de,i ruble t lmve some cheap ami convenient way fur repaiiing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &o. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, and no household can utford to be without it. It it always rendy and nn to the sticking point. There is no louder a necessity for limping cluiirs, splinters veneers, headless dolls, and broken eiudlrs It is just the nrticle for cone, shell, and other ornnmeutul work, so popular with Indies of lefinement and tiiste. This admirable pi cparntioli is used cold, being; chemically held in solution, nud possessing ull the vulnnble niiulttiesof the liest cnliinet-miiker's Glue. It may b 1111 in the plucc of ordiuury mucilage, being vastly more adhesive. "L'SKFI.'LIN EVERY HOUSE" N. B A Brush accompanies each bottle. l'rtce '25 cents. Wholesale Depot, No 4S Cedar street, New York. Address, Hl.NR Y C. SI'ALDIMi tt CO., Box No.3,SG0, New Voik. Put up for Dealers in eases conUiinina; Four Eieht, and Twelve Dozen a beautiful Llthogriiphic Show Curd ac company ins each pnrk'nc. (V A single bottle 01 Spalding's Prepared Glue will save ten times its cost unnuullv to every household. Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hurdwnra and Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fawy Stores. Country Merchants should inuke a note of Spalding's prewired Glue, when they umke up their list. It wil stund any climute. For sale at this office. March 10, 1HS0. ly BLI1TES A1TD SHADES. B. J. WILLIAMS, Xo. 10 Xnrth Sixth Street, rillLA DELPHI A IS THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFADTLRER OF Venetian ISUiids iSD WINDOW SHADES. C3- T1IE LARGEST AND FINEST Assortment in the City, at the Lowest Cnsli Prices. Store Shades made and Lettered. April 14, I HtiU 2m HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Tlenerolent Jnstitutinn entablished ly special Endowment, for ths Relief oj the Sick and Distressed, articled with Virulent and Epi demic Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Diteaset of the Sexual Organs. MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description ol their condition, (age, occu iiation, liahils of life, &c,) and in cases of extreme poverty, Medicines furnuhed free of charge. VALUA BLE REPORT8 on Spermatorrhc? a, ami other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed mtheDispen sary, sent to the stllicted in sealed letter enve lopes, free of charge. Two or three stamps for postage will be acceptable. Address. DR. J. eSKII.LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Burgeon, Howard Association, No. South Ninth Street, I'hiluJclpliia, l'a. Uy order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, rrenidcnt. (ito. Fust hi on, Secretary. January 14, 1859. ly - NOTICE ALL persons indebted to the firm of Filling & Grant are respectfully requested to come forward end pay up their accounts between this and the 1st of April, as they wish, to go to the city to l. y in their spring supplies. FRII.INU &. GRANT. Sunbury, March 10, IS 00. NEW GOODS Atthe Mammoth Store of I A i li: mi;.t, NO. 1 MARKET STREET, SUNBURY, FA. riMIE subscriber has just opened at his well JL known establishment in Sunburv, one of tho heapest and most desirable stocks of Fall and Winter Goods, that has ever been offered in the place, and which ne will sell for CASH or exchange for Country Produce. Those desiring to purchase goods will do well to call and examine his stock. BLACK AND FANCY SILK. All Wool Detains, Figured, Striped and Plain, French Merino, all colors, Bcoutiful Dress Robes, Cashmeres, Shaded, flain and Striped must be seen to form an idea of the extent and variety. ' Mantle, Stella, Chenille, French Wool 8hawls Thibet and llrocho Shawls. Cloths Cassimeres nnd Satinet For Men and Boys' Wear, Black Cassimeres, Fancy Cassimeres, side stripes heavy, Doc Skin Cassimeres, Satinets all kinds. T,T.A.isrxsrEr.s. White and Red Flannels, all grades and prices, B ay Stuto Sack Flannels, colors finest qnaltios. READY-MADE CLOTHING Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ac, Ac, all of which were selected with great care, and will compare favorably, as regards quality, style and price, with any in the country. IIAUDWA11E, a full assortment. Wood and Willow Ware, (jucensware, of all descriptions, Groceries, a full stock in store, Carpet Chains, &c, . Paints, Oils, Glass, Dye Stuffs. Thankful for the patronage heretofore received he will spare no pains to please all who may favor him with their custom in the future. Sunbury, Oct. 28, 1859. To Housekeepers. OOMKTTT1NO NKW.-W. T. BABBITT'S BEST lO MEDICINAL SALKUATUS. HQ! Ismnniifiieturpil from common snlt, nml is pre- pQ .pnred entirely different from other Sulrrntus. All "3 the deleterious matter extracted iiisuclin mnntier! AND.nstn produce Brend, Biscuit, nml all kinds of AND JCnke, without containing a particle of Snlerntusj ill Iliac miaru , nicici'jr M,.- 1 viduc.njj wholesome results. Kvcry pn nicies oft 1 v Snlemtus is turned to pns rihI passes through the Bruid or I'iscuit while B:ikiug ; consequently nothing remains Imt comirFu nlt, Wnter audi Flour. You will readily perceive bvthe tastel nC ll.ie Snl..rnl.iB lliot it ia sinl iroi tf si iffi.r , fr.xn.i (Jg'otherleratus. QO n.r lirmnli.fi. "II T lt.tl.lnr'n ll..t Mfwliilai kVU (S;ileratus ; also, picture, twisted lonf of bread, ,ASD wita a glass oi eitetvescnig wiuer on tne top. (l, When you pnrcliase one paper you should nre 70 , serve the wrapper, and be pnrtieular to get the UOi direetioiis for ninking Bread with thii; iaicraiiis anu rour :imk or irenm iniinr, win - ni;uiiiimiij wh.ii r.i nnKi. , s r imnking nil kimls of Paniiy : also, for making So-;()?S y(Ui .uieranu ri'imuz icwuers. niAKR vni it nvw ij p with IB - T . BABBITT'S PF'RK rnvri'VTit lrt'n nnrnfiif 70 yJO Warranted double tke streimlh of irdinary Pot 'nsh ; put up in cans I lb., 2 lbs, 3 lbs, 0 lbs., nnd KD li! lbs. with full directions for mnkiai; Hani and PQ (Soft Smp. Consumers will hiul tins cheanest yi IVitash in market vi Manufactured and for sale bv B. T. BABBITT, 'os. G3 and 70 Wafhington-st.. New-Voik, i ami No. as lndia-st., Boston. I June 11, 1S59. ly Je 0 CHEAPEST ! BEST! ! LARGEST ! ! ! 833,00 Pnys for Tuition in Single nnd Double Entry Bttok-Keep- uip, iiiuig, voiiiiitereiui Aiiinmeiic nnu lectures. Bonrd 8 weeks SS0, Stationary 87, Tuition $35, entire expenses ffo-j. I sunt time Irom 6 to 111 weeks. Every Student, upon graduating, is guaranteed competent to manage the boidiS oi any business, and quoiineu to euru a salary ot Iroin $500 to $1000. Students enter at any time -No vacation Review at pleasure. First Premiums for nest Husiness Wiiting for IPS", received at Pittsburgh, Philrdelnhiunnd Ohio Suite Fairs. Also, at the principal Funs of the t.iion for the pnst four yenra. To' .Ministers' Sons received nt hnlf nrice. For Circulars, Specimens nnd Embellished View of the College, inclose live letter ntnmps to F V. JENKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jnnunry St, '00. Oct. 8, '49 ly DR. ESENWEIN'S TAR AND WOOD NAPTIIA PECTORAL, IS the liest Medicine in the world for the Care of Coughs and Colds, Croup, Uronehilis, Asthma, Dilfieulty in Hrenthinp-, Palpitation of the Ileurt, Dipihcriu, and for tne rebel oi patients in tne mivunrcu sixties ot diiisuinp lion, together with oh Discuses of the Throat and Chest, and which predispose ti Consumption. It is jieculiarly adajited to the radical cure 0 Asthma. Being prepared by a praiticul Physician nnd Druggist, and one of great expeiience In the cure of the various diseases to which the Human Irume is liable. It is offered to the nfllieted with the greiitest confidence. Trv it and be convinced that it is invaluable in the Cure J of liroi chial olfaction. Price adeems per Bottle. C?" I'ssfAKKD only hy Dr. A. ESF.NWEIN ft CO., Druggists nnd Chemists. N. V. Comer Ninth and Poplar Sts., Philadelphia. tV SOLD by eveiy rispectuble l)rugjit and Dealer in lueineine tnrougiiout tne stale. Philadelphia, .tinrehsi, iboo. lyw PLATFORM SCALES. CY EVERY DESCRIPTION, BUTAHLE For J RAILROADS, Ac lor weictiiuir nnv. coal, orej I, orejqs tnul,Qll anu mercnanuise generally, rurcaascrs run no in every scale is guaranteed coirect. and if. after not found satisfactory, can be returned without charge. tv? Factory at Ilia old stand, established for more than uuriy-iive years. aiiiiuith uu., uomeroi noun nnu Melon streets, rinlauelnhui. murcn Jl, icou. jurc WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE. b would respeetlully inform our friends, patrons and the nuhtic senernllv. that we hnve imu, n,sin. and olfr WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, allhrlowp.t Cufcli Prices, Kill Prices, a huge and very choice stock of WATCH ES, :VEI.KY, tSU.VER AND l'LATED WARE, of everJ iritty and style. JE vanetv and sly Every description of DIAMOND WORK and other JEWELRY, made to order, at short notice, tjf All iioods Warranted to ba as represented. N. D l'urtieular attention given to tho repairing of STAUKKER A HABI.PV. No. 642 Market Street, South Bide, Philadelphia. VLVTravels and treat discoveries of the Jnnnnm. Lf and East India Mtxlicincs, with full directions for tha cer. Una cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, BoURhs, Colds, Catarrh. Asthma, Feveis, H eart Disease. aVrofiiln. cBllta, Dyspepsia, l.iver Complaint, travel and Urinaiy Deposits Female Complaints, Ac. Illustrated with hundreds of crrtiucates of cures and engravings. For the purpose of rescuinnas many sutlering fellow-beings as powihls from premuiure ueiiia, it win ue seat to any pun ul the eouti- ucui, uy seiiuing Tea cents lu DR. HEATH. 617 Broadwav. New York ritv. Rild,alsi, hy A. W. Fisher, Sunbury: Conrad Weak, orthunllTland j T 8. Caldwell, 1-ewiilmrg j G. M. Ha Kenliuch, Bloomsburg Cyrus Brown, Millou : N. L. sad hank A Co., Danville. February IH.IbOO. ly. ASTHMA. IOR the Instaat Relief and Peruuuient Cur of this umtreuing complaint use rBNDTS Ilronchlal Cigarettes, Made J C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 107 Nassau Street New York. Price, SI per box ; sent free by post. 1ST For Sale at all Druggists. mar 84, '60.-Sin look here; IF YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR OASH. O TO WM. H. MILLER, he has received J4 irons Philadelphia large stock of BOOTS & SHOES. His stock consists ef Gen'U KippJBoots, Youths' Kipp Boots. Children' Calf Boots. Also variety of Womcn'i Calf Lace Boots, Women's Morocco Lace Hoots, Children's Morocco and Calf Lace Boots, all of which he will sell cheap for CASH, Call and examine for yourselves. ALSO, first quality of Tampero Moroco for aaie iorcssu. WM.H. MILLER. Sunbury, January 7, I860, EVAN3 & WATSON S Salamander Snf.. Ao. 304 Oiennut Street, ahov Third. PHILADELPHIA, pHlLkHsr.iniA. fUni oo msn To the President of the Penngvlvftnin Agricultural Society : Tits inlisctibers, ynnr eommlttce to i,nmin. it, tents of a HA LAMA NDKR S A ' it of F.vnns A Wntson, after beinu exposed to a strong fire on tho fair grounds for That, after seven cords of onk wood and three sf nine had been consumed around the safe, It was opened, in the presence of the committee, and the contents taken out, s little wnrmil, hut not even scorched. several Silver Medals, heretofore received bvthe rsnnii facturers, and a large quantity of documents, were in the safe, and came out entirely uninjured. The experiment satisfied as of the cnnncltv of Pnfps o this kind to protect contents from any fire to which they mnv be exposed, 'f he Committee awarded a Diploma and Silver Medal. GEO. W. WOODWARD, JOHN W. GEARY, J. P. RUTHERFORD, ALFRED 8. GILLETT. STILL ANOTHER. WilminotO!!, Sept. 17, ieS9 Messrs. Evas k AVal son.Philnilelnhla Gentlemen : The Salamander Firc-Trnof Pnfe of ynnr mnnfure, purceased by ns from your Agent, Ferris and Gnirett,of our city, some nine months ago, was severely tried by hurglnrs lust Saturday night, and althouirh they had a slenee hammer, cold chisels, and gunpowder, they did not succeed hi opening the nfe. The lock being one of "Hall's Patent Powder-proof," they could not get the powder into it, but drilled a hole in the lower panel and forced in a Inrire chnrge, whici was ignited, and althouirh the door, inside and out, showed the explosion not to hnve been a small oue, it was not forced open. We suppose they were the greater part of ihe night at work on it. We are much irratifieilnt the result of tee attempt to enter it, audi the nbove fuels nre of any service, you are al liberty to use mem. jours, tiuiy, UAYNAUD ft JONES. Great Ftre ! Another Triumph!! KxoxvrLLK, Tennessee, Mmch 13th, 1S39. Mcssri Evans nnd Watson. Gculleitinn It ntTords me srent plcnsnaetosny to you that thernlamnmier r!itc, which V purchnsed of you in Kehruary, proved to be what you lecommentU'd it n sure nrnteetnm from fire My storehouse, together with several others, was burned to the gmuno in ninrcn last, i tie ue tun tnrougn mio in'ei lnr, and was expised to intense heat for six or eight hours. nnu wnen it whs taken trom the rums nnd opened nil it contents wiicrc toumt to be in n nenect stale, itieiKKiKsnm the papers tint being injured any whatever. Iran cheer fully recommend your Safes to the community, helieving, as I do, that they are as near fire-pronf ns it is pisilile ful anyone ro nemmie. 'i iitiAi a?.i. run r.ia. Cv A Inree nMtrtment of the nliove SA Fr.S alwnvs on hand, nt 3hl Chesnut street, (late 24 fcouth Fourth st.. rnmuif ipnin. uctotwr 15, ison. ciy DETERSIVE SOAP This Celebrated Washing Soup is now in mar ket for more than a year, and that it has eiven universal satisfaction, is evident from Ihe fact, that the Manufacturers of it, in order to supply the demand, have been obliged to incrsase their capacity to make equal to One Hundred Thou sand Pounds per Week. It is docidcdly the best and cheapest Soap ever made in tnis Country j One l'ound of it will co as far, foi any use, as Three of the Common Soap in general use. It is made upon a new principle, of the best materi als, and known only to Vax Haaokk & Mc- Keone. It does away entirely with the wash boardsaves the necessity of boiling the clothes, it does not shrink flannels, bkmovks nitRisK, ink on paint si'ols perfectly, and from the most delicate fabric, saves fully one half the time and labor usually spent to do the washing. It is warranted free from SAL SODA, or other injurious alkalies, and guaranteed not to rot or injure i lie clothes. lor Salo by all respectable Grocers, and Wholesale by TJIAIN & McKEONE, No. 52 and 21 South Wharves. Philadelphia. . CAUTION. There being several imitation brands of Deter sive Soap in Market, tho public are notified that none is genuine except Va Haade &. M KtoNs is Stamped upon each bur of the Soap as wen as me u ixcs. Sunbury, Oct. 29, 1859. TAILORING ! TAILORING ! ! O. BECK, JACOB T)ESl'I".CTFl:,I.Y informs Ins friends null Hie nnl.lie IV genemlly, thut he will hereafter conduct the nlsivo business, nt the old stund in .Market street, Suniicav, on lie will be nrenared lo make im nil iriM,tu ,,r rr yitit ING in the Latest and most Approved Style and Fashion. Thankful for t ie libeml IVItnimi'Te 1urelnr,,rM r.l,'.,l neirusis oy rrnnoilalile cliarges and prompt attention lo uumi.caB, ic 1 ei 11 II I line Hie BUI1IK. 17" All kinds of nrotluce taken in cxi-huiit'e fi.r work puniiury, Drcemlier 17, 1P59 Oin LOCATED AT Philadelphia, Xew York, Buffalo, Albany, Cleveland, Detroit and Chxcago. PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE, B. E. Coruer Seventh and Chesnut Streets. -liriiEiicii- Johti R. Myers, Mori is L. Hnllowcll. Prof, John S. Hart. I H. Cowperthwail, rf. U. UippillCUU. COUNTING HOISE COfRgE, Comprises Book-Keeping for Mercantile, Iiiinking, Rail road, nnd Munul'ucluring Dusiueas with Peninnnsln'n. Cut culutions. Correspondence, Ac., Ac, fully qualifying the f, .m.i.i , 1,1,lruc" onf.. . . 7 "", Diuneni ior actual uusiness. siuueuta receive individual i) an VH pays for Life Scholarship good in seven Colleges! I "i i diiiui vuurse. IV For Catalogue and Specimens of Writing, Address, inclosing two Pustnge Stamps, URYANT & S THAT ION, Philad'a. August Oth, 1359. COLLEGIATE DEPAI1TMENT or The Missionary Insliliife, Selinsgrove, Fa., FACULTY". Rey. P. BORN, A. M., Principal, anil Prof Greet and Knglish Literature. T HE0PHILU8 WEVER, A. M. Vice Prin cipal and Prof, of Latin and Natural Sciences. WM. NOETLING, A. B. C- E., Prof oi Math. (Pure and Applied.) rpHE second scholastic year of this Institute will commence on Thursday, tlie 2d of September next. The Collegiate Department embraces an English scientific ad classical course of instruction, including ancient and modern languages, mathematics, natural sciences, &e. Titans Boarding may be had from$l 60 to $2 per week. Tuition, per session, (of thirteen weeks) $5, $7 and $9, according to the grade of studies pursued. Tuition in all cases, and boarding, if obtained in the Institute building, must be paid in advance. The Principal will be assisted by competent and experienced teachers. For further particulars address any of the Pro fessors. Selinsgrove, Pa., August 87, 1859. ly 11URE AND FRESH GROCERIES, of aU E. Y. BRIGHT i SON. Sunbury, jfugust 20, 85U. CjAWS Wood. Cross Cut and Mill S.ws Superior article at FISHER'S. Sunbury, July 17th, 1858 AND WARRANTS. The highest price -wilI be given fot Land Warrants by the sub 'h. HUMAfeSEK. III gnn HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. It la a fact that, at, lome period, every mom W of the human family Is subject to diseas.. or disturbanco of tho bodily functions! but, with the aid of ft good tonio and tho exercise of plnin common sense, thev may be able eo to regulate the system as to secure permanent ucaltu. in order to accomplish tins acstrea object, the true course to pursue Is certainly tliat vrliloh will produce ft natural state of imngj at tne least nazard or vital strcngtn ana life. For this purpose, Dr. HOstetter has In troduced to this country a preparation bearing his name, which is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried for years, giving snl inflic tion to all who have used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels, and liver, restoring them to ft healthy and Vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro cess of strengthening nature, enable the sys tem to triumph over disease For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetito, or any Bilious Complaints, arising from ft morbid inaction or tho (Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps, Dysentery, Colio, Cholera Morbus, &o., these Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dysent cry or flux, so generally con tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by the change of witter and diet, will bo speedily regulated by ft brief nso of, this preparation. Dyspepsia, ft disease which is probably more prevalent, in all its various forms, than any other, and the causo of which may always be attributed to derangements of tho digestive organs, can bo cured without fail by using IIUSTETTEBS STOMACH BITTERS, as per directions on tho bottle For this disense every physician will recommend Bit tors of some kind j then why not use an article known to bo infal lible t All nations have their Bitters, ns a pre ventive of dteenso and strengthener of tho sys tem in general ; and among them all there is not to bo found a more healthy pcoplo than tho Germans, from whom this preparation ema nated, based npon scientific experiments which have tended to provo tho value of this great preparation .n tho scolo or meilical science. ' Fkveu AMD Aqcb. This trying ond provok ing diseaso, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha dow in a short timo, and rendering him phy sically and mentally useless, can bo driven from the body by tho uso of lIOSTETTER-8 RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, nono of the abovc-statod diseases can bo contracted, even in exposed situations, if tho Bitters arc used as per directions. And as they neither creato nausea nor offend tho palate, and remter un necessary any chango of diet or interruption of ordinary pursuits, but promote sounu Sleep and healthy digestion, tho complaint is ro moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro' duction of a thorough and permanent cure For rcrsons n Advanced lears, who nro sufTerinir from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, theso Bitters aro invaluable as ft rcstorntivo of strcneth and victor, and need only bo tried to bo appreciated. And to mother whilo nursing theso Bitters aro indis pensable, especially where the mothers nour ishment Is inadequate to tno ucmnnus 01 me child, consequently her strength, must yiokl, and hero it is whero a good tonic, such ns Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strcneth ond vigor to the system, Ladies should by nil means try tins remedy for all cases of debility, and, bctorc so uomg, should ask their physician, who, if ho is acquainted with the Vlrtuo of tho Bitters, will recommend their uso in all cases ot weakness, CAUTION. Wo caution tho public against using any of tho many imitations or counterfeits, but atk for Hostr.iTEa's Celkbhated Stouacu Bitteiis, and sco that each bottlo bos tho words "Dr. J. Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters" blown on tho sido of tho bottle, and stamped on tho mctallio cap covering tho cork, and obacrvo that out autognirtb. signature is on tho label. 43- Prepared and sold by HOBTETTEK AS SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa, and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers gonorally throughout the United States, Canada, Bouth Amerioa, and Germany. SOLD BY Geo. Bright, Sunbury, E. B. McCay, Northumberland, Cvncs Brown, Milton, 8. M. G. We.ntk, McKwensvillo. October 8, 1859. 1 y LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST COMP'Y CAPITAL STOCK S.'oli,0IK), Company's IJu ildinp. Walnut Street. P. K. corner of Fourth lllll..IJI.l.l'lll A. LIFE 1XSURAXCE AT THE USUAL MUTUAL HATES. Or at Joint Stock rates ut ntioul 2d per cent less, or at Total Alistilience Itutes, the lowest in the woild. A. W111LDIN, President. J. C. Sims, Secretary. J. P. SIIISDEL GOBI. Aecnt, SINUIRY, PA. Jun IN, lS5fl ly FURNITURE! FURNITURE ! ! Fashionable, Cheap and I'scTul THE LARGEST STOCK EVER OFFERED IN SUNBURY. THE subscriber, long established as a Cabinet and Chair Manufacturer in Sunbury, thank ful for past favors, solicits a continuance of the public patronage. His stock of Cabinet-Ware, Chairs, 4 c, embraces EVERY VARIETY, USEFUL AND CRN A IVlKMTAL. in housekeeping. It is unnecessary to enume rate, as anything that may be required in his line can bo had at moderate prices. Cheap for Cash, or Country Produce taken in exchange. Establishment South East Corner of Market Square. UT Those knowing themselves indebted to the subscriber would oblige him by making pay ment, SEBASTIAN HAUPT. Sunbury, Nov. 19, 1859. tf 409 BROADWAY, NEW TTOBJtT BaUou'i French Yoke Shirt Emporium, 409 Broadway, Xew York, PREMIUM SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. Shirts made to order from Scientific Measures, cf the best material, sewed by hand, and war ranted to fit, at less than the usual prices. BALLOU BROTHERS. June 4, 18S9. 409 Broadway, N. Y. THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, ROADWAY, CORNER OF FRANKLIN STREET, NEW TOBK CITY, Offers inducements lo Merchants and Tourists visiting K?W,Y,0,I' ","PssJ by any Hotel in tlie Metropolis. Ihe following are among tha advantages which 11 posses ses, and whiJh will be appreciated by all iiavelers. 1st. A central location, umvemeat to places of business, as well u places of amusement. iW. Scrupulously clean, well furnished silling rooms, with a luagiiilicent Ladies Failor. commanding an ten sive view of Broadway. 3d. Ijirge and superbly furnished sitting rooms, with a maginueiit i'arlor, commanding au extensive view of iiioi'way. 4ih. Being conducted on the European, plan, visitors eii un in me ucat siyie, wita ins greuteu economy. 6th. It is connected with Tayler'a Celebrated Saloons, where visitors can have their meals, or, if they desire uey win ue lurnianea in tueir own rooms. lh. Ths far seived ui ths ttahvuM ausl Hotel is ac kaowleilge,! by epicuiea, lo be vastly superior to lUut uf may omer nmel ill uie cny. V11h all thess advuiuges, tha eost of living in ths Intrrnaliuual, is much below Ikm oi any other first chus it.ani. a. t nr.tjM rriunmusr, June IR, tSoD.-lr NEW FLOUR. AND FRUIT FEED. FRO VISION STOIUT flHB subscriber respectfully informs the citi JL le.ns of Sunbury and the surrounding neigh' borhood, that h has opeued Store at Ihe north west corner of Market Square, opposite Vandyke's Railroad Hotel, where he is receiving, and will keep on hand, Flour, Feed, Fruit and provisions of all kinds, sorh as WHEAT, RYE ir BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, Oats, Corn anj all kinds of Feed, Crackers, Oranges, Nuts &c, Fresh Shad in sea son, Early Agctahles Fruit &f, from the South. He will constantly receive, by Railroad, from Baltimore and Philadelphia, all the delicacies of the season, as they come into market, and trusts, by prompt attention and reasonable prices to re ceive a share of the public patronage. WM. HOOVER. Sunbury, April 16, 1859.- ly. NOTICE 1 THE ADAM'S EXPRESS CO., Give notice that Ihey have concluded arrange ments with the INorthcrn Central Kail Koail Company, to run trains from Baltimore foi York, Hairisburg, Dauphin, Halifax, Trevorlon, Sun bury, Northumberland, Lewieburg, Milton, Mon ey, williamsport, and all intermediate Nations. OonnectuiR at Harrishurch with tho GREAT WESTERN EXPKEHS for Pittsburg. Cincin- nati, 8l. l.oui and the Vcst. Also With Howard & Co's Esnrrss nl Millon or Danville, Kloomsburg, VVilkcsharre, Pittston, Bcranton, ami intermedials Stations on the Cal tawissa, Lackiiwana and Ulooinsbtirg Rail Roads' At Williamsport, by Howard & (;0's Express to Jersey Shore and Lock K aven. Also, by How ard & Co., ami their connections, for Canton. Tro). Elmira, Rochester, Bull'ulo, Niasara, ami to all accessible points in Western New York and Canada, by w hich they will forward Merchandise, Specie, Bank Notes, Jewelry, and Valuable 1'ackagcs of every description. Also, Notes, Drafts and .Kills for Collection. Experienced ami efficient messengers employed and every effort will be made to render satisfac tion. JOHN BINGHAM. Superintendent Venn's Division, Phil's. A. V. ElsHER, Agent for Sunbury. April 9, 185!). T n in ik0d Doming,, COFFEE POT AND 37o Pot, Being based, tig Dr. Hall, of the Journal of Health, says, "on taieneo and common sense," aro rapidly eoming into uso, and destined soon to supercede all othors. ARTHUR, BURNIIAU, & GILROY, 117 & 119 S. Tenth St., Philadelphia Sol Manufacturers under tlie Patent CTJ-Por sale liy Dealers In Iloute kcrpliii; Anicli., mail Sloi kei nei generally, 1 December 4, 18.'9. EMPOBIUM. r'TH' undersiuned having received a large and JL Well selected stock of I'wrc Drills and Clicmicnl, I'yestuiTs, Oil-, Painlts, Glass and Putty, is now . ready to till orilcrsat a moments notice. In connection with the above you will find an assortment of Fancy Notions, Toilet Articles and Perfumery of all kinds, Tooth, Hair, Nails and Clothes Brushes of every variety. Customers will' find his stork complete, com prising many aiticles it is impossible here to enumerate. REMEMBER the "place, un.lcr the office of the "Sunbury American." Physicians' Preemptions compounded accurate ly and carefully. A. W. FISHER. Sunbury, April 2d, 18.r!. P. MELANCHTON SHINDEL, Jl STlt i: TI1K PCitE, sxjrrBXjrtY, 3?.l. Office in Deer Street, immediately opposite t?,e Public Schnol House. All business promptly attended to. Monies collected and all ordinary writings done. Sunbury, April 2.). (S3? tf WHOLESALE DEALERS I. BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C rjIHE subsoriliers have opened in Thompson's - Brick Buildin?, Mill street, Danville, a largo and complcto stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, comprising the best brands of Brandies, Gin, Old Rye, Scotch and Irish Whiskey, Port, Sherry, Madcria, Champagne and other Wines of all grades, all of which will be sold Wholesale ut Ihe lowest city prices. Tavern-keepers hy buy ing of us can save at least the freight. Persons desirous of purchasing liquors for FA M I L Y USE, may rely upon being furnished with a pure anj unadulterated article. CP" Being determined to establish a reputation for selling cheap they respectfully solicit Ihe pa tronage of the public. All orders promptly at tended to. SHERIFF & HALL. Danville, April 9, 1859. HENRY D0NNELr" ATTORNEY AT LAW. vjp.ee opposite tut t ourt House, Sunbury, Northumberland County Pa. Prompt attention to business in ad joining Counties. J 0 ROCKEFELLER & E0YER, Attorneys at Law, eTj-jsriBTjn.r, ryv. A. Jordan Rockefeller and Solomon II. Royer, respectfully announce that they entered into Copartnership in Ihe practice of their profession, and will continue to attend to all busi ness entrusted to their charge in tho counties of Northumberland, Union, fcnyder and Montour, promptly, faithfully and carefully. Special at tentionwill be given to the COLLECTIONS OFCLAIM8. Consultations can be had in tho GERMAN language. Office,- Market Street, opposite Weaver's Hotel. ISunbury, February 4, isijo. READ ANDllijULAl'E the Tennsilvaula State Journal." J. M. BOSTIAN, Agent. January 7, 18C0. 900 SACKS O. A. MALT just received am) Y lot sale by E. Y. URIUHT & SON. Sunbury, August 20, 1859. BOY'd H00T8 and fellOKs, cheap for cash WM. MILLER'S. 8un' ury, August 27, 1859. ALMONDS, RAI8ON8, FIOS, LEMONS. 4c, Ac, just received a fresh supply and for sale at the Confectionary store of M. C. UEAKHAKT. Sunbury, May 16, 1857. . ATE NT UR1TTANIA BTOPPBK8 fof bottles fo, sale by B" LANK Parchment Paper Deeds and blauk Moilgages, Bonds, Enccutions, Bummona, lor salc b H. B- MASBi..