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' r tiit lUTTLBi Of BOPWKTILtat 7 Dfa 4,000 Rebel JW ted and tht Field Occupied in 7Ventj Afin vttt. ; j ' . Craresrwndence ufUie Now York Herald. Coonktiuxr, Cooper co., J009 18, 1861. The boat! how moved lo landing tight mile below Uoorjetrile, co the eoutb ide of the river. Hera they fattened to the thorp, nd the tronp were debarked. A farmer at work ia firld near lb landing elated that the enemy were lo camp four and a half miles from that rpot, or three and balf oiilei bdo JJooooville. The level bottom land of the Miaitoari was bluff bat it gradually oar rowed as it extended op the river, until it terminated where the bluff came to the water's edge two miles from the boat laodiop. The read followed for mile and balf lung tbia bottom, and tboo Ascended the bluQ. The latter Is a range of low bills or ridges, about lo haodred feet la height, which are separated by ravine. me of them with quite precipitous sides. The order of procoediog was as follows : Ten mounted bird, the only cavalry ic the expedition, led the advance ; scouting parties detached from the Second regiment, were thrown out for half a mjle on the left, and to the river 00 the right j General Lyon's company of regu lars, led by Sergeant Urifllo, and Conipaoy li, of the Second regiment, commanded by Captain tlcholte, followed the cavalry ; Copt. Tolteu'i battery of artillery, and bis coropaoy of regulars, the latter by l.ieutenact Lathrop came next, followed by Colonel Blair's (First) regiment; the rear was brought up by a battalion from Colonel Doernstein's regiment led by Lieutenant Colonel Schaffer. On board the boat was Captain Richardson, with company D, First regiment, and Captain Boastep, with twenty men and a siege (eight inch) howitzer. At just three minutes before asven, A. M., on Jane IT, the order was given to move. The morning was cloudy with occasionally a few drops of rain, bat before the battle was over the sin shone out clear and bright as ever. As the column ascended the bluff, the pickets of the enemy were seen aud driven in. After an advance of three fourth of a mile one of the advanced guurd rode hastily back to the head of the column, and informed Gen eral Lyon that the the whole body of the ritute troops was drawn up a few hundred yards in (root. General Lyon at once order ed the regulars undor Sergeant Griflin to tbe left, and Captain Schultz's riflemen to the tight. Cuptaiu Totten's battery was ordered to take tbe front to occupy the road. Tbe enemy were drawn up about three hun dred yurds in advance, on the crest of a hill, or rather along swell or ridge, over which tbe road passed at the highest point. Th road was occupied by Colonel Marmaduke, with a smell body of horsemen and a battalion ol infantry. Immediately on his left was a brick house filled wilh rebol troops, and back of this, towards tbe river was a narrow lane, where his left wing was posted. To their rear was a wheat Geld, and in this was miscellaneously scattered small crowd of men, apparently without order regulari ty. To bis right was another wheut Geld, separated from en adjacent corn Geld by a "worm fence," and behind this fence bis right wing was posted. Soon as our men were iu position Captain Totten uolimbered a twelve pounder and a six-pounder, and sent a shell from tbe former into the midst of the men occupying tbe road. A puff of smoke rising (rocn among them showed that tbe gunner's a m hud been true. , Too next shell was directed cpon the founds of men ia the wheat field, and caused ibuu) lo make a hasty retreat. Tbe fire now became general along the whole line ; tbe regulars on the right cud the German troops on the left advauciog in good order. Oar line wns formed on a ridge similar to thai oc cupied by the enemy, and parallel to it, sepa rated from tbe latter by a valley with a gen . tie descent on either side, l'o our left was a corn field, and on our right t copse or grove of scattered oaks. The regulars advanced in the corn Geld, to to tho crest of the ridge, creeping up tbe latter an bring when opportunity occurred, taking for thoir motto tbut of an Irishman at Donnyurook Fair, "Whenever you see a beaJ hit it." Tbe hollow between the ridges was full of scattered oaks, and these served 09 a cover to our men. Captains Stone, Cole, and CaveuJer, were sent to support tbe right or the regulars, and in tus way tbey all ad vanced to tho fence where the enemy was at first pasted. The, battallion from the Second, supported by Captains Maurice's, Hurke's, and Yates' coinnunies, were at the same time doing good work on the right j and in twenty ininutcB from the time Captain Tolton fired tbe first shell tho rebels were in full retreat, end our men occupyiug tbe line first held by the ene my. Tbe house on tht right bad bean com pletely riddled by the last shots from tbt battery, and one shell burs in the very centre cf the building at a time when it was full of soldiers. Several dead bodies of tbt rebels wore found iu the wheat field near tbe lane, show ing that cur fire bad been effective, lo fact at the first volley from the right wing several saddles were emptied of their riders, and two horses galloped over to our lines. Tbt cor respondents of tbe New York Herald and St. Lou's Democrat entered the buttle on foot, by the side of tbe battery, but were very soon mounted, having succeeded io capturing these runaway sfedi. From this ruint tbe Union troops proceed' ed, still iu line, for nearly a mile, over ground somewhat uneven, bat not rough, in a grove at the entrance to Camp Vest tbe rebels made a brief stand, but two shells and a few rounds of Minie balls speedily dislodged them, and tbe; fled in tumultuous haste towards Huoueville. Cuptaio Cole, suppor ted by Captain Miller, entered and took possession ot the camp capturing a Urge quantity of provisions, ammunition and camp tquipage. He secured oue secession flag, one lone star flag, and ont Statt flag, with fifteen Btars. The number of killed and wounded 00 tbe cart of tbe rebels has not and probably will not be accurately ascertained. Many of those lighting on tbt rebel side wert "loose men, not enrolled ir, any company, and lied in large numbers, not to any rallying point, but di rectly homo, thinking, doubtless that there was some mistake about tbt popular belief thut Union troops are cowards. Got of 000 fompuoy (Capt. McCullocb't Cooper County Rifles) thirteen art known to ba killed tod several wounded. The number of dead already brought into . liooueville, or taken to friends io the country caunot full much abort of fifty, and the wounded now beard of are as uiauy more. Several shells wert burst directly in their midst, and tbe Minie balls Sew thick and fast from tht rifles of oor soldiers, to that tho lnortality list must bavt been quite large Ua tht side of tbt Union troops, tbert wert three killed, tea wounded, and ont miwiug We took eighty prisoners, nineteen of whom have beeu reloased, and tbt remaining tixty-oua pot cu board tbt Louisiana. Uu ring tbe engagement Rev. William A. File, of St. Loais, chaplain to tht First Regiineut, was foruithed with a detail of four uieu lo loon tiler tot wounded. Descending to a ravine lit taint suddenly upou a party of twenty-four rebels. aud peremptorily ordered lueru 10 nan ana snrreuaer. Tbey evidently coutidered discretion tbt better part of valor, and tt once tbrew op tbt r ponce, 1. ., took off tbtir ball and laid down tt)ei( arms. Tbt person 1000 tfiar reported tlmlolf to General Lyon, with bis twent fonr prisoners, guarded by four men and himself. The story Is pretty well circulated among our boys, and the chaplain Is looked upon (if hit clerical neck-choker will allow the expression) perfect tramp, decided brick. eaaUr fotinaea fa WetV WaantNOTOB, Jons IX Senator Andrew Johnson, of Tennesse, wst welcomed to night by a serenade and a large concourse of eiti-, tens, lie was introdnced, ia eulogistic terms, by (loo. John B. lltskin. Mr. Johnson responded In tpeech, which was frequently interrupted by tpplaose. lit eloquently combalted rieceiBion as heresy destructive of the Government, wblcb should bt effectually crushed out. The war now to progress, he contended, was not of the North against the South, bat, as conducted by tht Government, for the perpetuity of the Union, tht maintenance of the Constitution, and the enforcement of the laws made In pursuance of that Instrument. Ho earnestly appealed to his eoditora to uphold and defend tba time honored flag tod resist tbt despotism now menacing even this capital, reminding bis bearers that history shows that a republic once destroyed Is never re established. Up, In etluct, condemned tbt late Admin istration for not suppressing secession before it assumed formidable proportions, and cited the example of General J acksoa as one wbicb should have been followed. Lie thanked God we yet have Ic our midst that glorious old soldier General Scott, who stands up with a stalwart form end strong arm, now at here tofore, in defence of bis country, lie spoke of the perils attending the declaration of Union sentiments 10 disloyal States, and said if Southern despots attempt to coerce Ten nessee out of the Union, the eastern part of that State tntcods to call upon tht Govern ment to sostmrj Her in tbe struggle. 1 oey might overcome her before aid could reach her. Her enemies might devastate her Gelds and drench them in blood ; they might sack and barn ber cities and towns, and even con vert ber hillsides and valiejs into burial grouods ; but they never could make of East lennessee a laud 01 Blaves. ITalil oa tba tipper Potomac II AfiERsvow.N, Juoe 22 An express bas arrived from Cumberland, which says there is no truth in tho report that the Cumberland Home Guards having been massacred or wounded at their stution at the New Creek Uridge. l'hey numbered twenty-six, and all escaped. They bad two small iroo cannon, but spiked them both and threw them into the creek. A Virginia Colonel, wbo was taken at Romney, together with eight privates, was under guard at Cumberland. Lieut. Colonel Kowman and Mr. Chase, who were seized by the Secessionists opposite VVilliamnport, are safe in jail at Martinsburg. The correspondent of the American, ot Wil liaiusport, in a letter, dated Friday night says tbut Col. Dowman and private Chase, who were recently takeu prisoners io Virginia opposite Williamsport, were bung at Mar tiushurg on Thursday as spies. This last report is probably incorrect. WaSAtscToh, Jobs 23. It bas been ascertained that a battery has been planted by the Rebels at Powell's on the road from Fairfax Court House to Fall's Church, three and a half miles from the Court House and four and a hall' from Full's Church. Tho siluution of the. ground will enable tbe battery to command the approach to the Coort House by that road. Acting Lieulenaol Webster, who is attach ed lo the United Slates brig Perry, is here. Lieutenant Webster was on board tbe Perry wben the Hannah N. Johnson was seized, she bad a valuable cargo 00 board, aud was bouud South. Sht is a fine sharp sailing schooner, end after consultation it was deter iiuucd to lei ber go, as they ware not ia con dition to put what was deemed a sufficient crew to munsge her.' Lieutenunt Webster t Cored to take ber to New York with one iuud beside himself, and went on board. Ue invited Oh a captain and mate into tht cabin, fasten d tbeui in, and then sent bis associate forwardamong the eleven Rebels 00 board. For four days and nights be remained 00 tbe quarterdeck, of the schooner and carried ber safely nto New York, where she has since reeti condemned as a lawful prize. Lieuten ant Webstar was born io New Hampshire. He went to South Carolina some years since, and notwithstanding tempting offers to join the traitors, came North, and oa the day of his appointment here, his mills, worth $12,. 000, were burned down. Tbe several Bureaus in tbe War Depart ment will urnish estimates as fur 200,000 men, to be locorporaluti iu tbe Secretary's Keporl to Congress. x' oar regiments tiave arrived since morn ing, aud it is rumored that twenty more have oeen oraorea 10 tins point immediately. The Now York Highlanders marched from Georgetown to tho Arsenal this muroioir. ana exchanged their muskets tor those of the most improved pattern. Their new Colonel rode at their head iu full Highland rig. Jeffeison Davis has a reeulnr Dostal ar rangement between Wushingtan and Rich mond, r.very nigbt a messenger collects private loiters, end letters conveying useful loiormanon 10 iavis and Letcher, and between ten and eleven o'clock leaves Wahh iogton for a pointon tbe bank of the Potomac where be uods water carriage and conveoieo ces for a speedy transit to tbe next messen ger, wbo helps on tbe sacred parcel to Rich mond. Complete files of the Philadelphia and New York papers are also sent to him. From these be sills oat truth as near aa he can, tod from our full reports of the move ments 01 troops, be moves bis men about 00 bis board 60 as to keep thoroughly posted ; oui u is a poor rule iual will not work both ways, and so Gen. Scott is propably 03 well posted as be is about some of thoso little arrangements be is making. The insatiable thirsting for news all over tht North, where tbe whole community read, keen a full coma of Reporters iu tbe field, and consequently our position and strength are more generally known in the North than theirs are tt the South. Coplain Cooloy. of comDanv II. of Tenri. splvuoia Fifth, having beard of 0 lot of am munition and military stores, 00 last Friday, took five men with bim. and eoina to the bouse of R. Rudd, bt found bis wife and two daughters at borne. They said Mr. Rudd bad gone awoy 00 business, aud if tbey wan ted to sarch tba boust sht must know what they would Inks before sbe allowed tbem lo examine. Tbe captain told ber bt would take no private property, tod bt would examine the premises thoroughly before he left. Ibt girls commenced a Derfect tirade of abase, at wbicb the men imiled, which only luceuseo. mem tbe more. Tbey denied bav- 111K a cellar, oui opeulllg ft clOSStt door it was round lo lead to a dark hole. A liirht being called for they denied having a caudle iu mi uuiin, on open nir ina cunhnard una was found, and going down tbev found it, ten Sibley tents, one General's tent, (wbicb was ery uue, auu was loienueu lor Ueneral Lee,) I'Buiema, auu uu ana uan wars tor wbole company. A four bortt wacoo was tent for. and whila tut men were loading np tbe "traps," an ex auimation was made of up stairs. Tbe girls said tht insolent Yankees should oot go intb ineir cnamuer ; 00 indeed ; II lalner, or tbeir big oroiber wert only there, tbe wbole rtci meot would hova to inffer j so tbt captain thinking now wat bit timt before tbey ctuit op Ireoi Minuiii, proceeded to txtmiot tbeir "sacred chamber." Oo turuiuir ap tba btd covtrt, wt fouod nint knapsacks, witb tna men t names 00 lint "iiouut Vernon company), tbreo overcoats, tbret uniforms, aod a larct tot of plates. knive and furl" tbrtt oxikrte ati.f rN Ji.:r'iii. ratbe. j moderate pile for nice young ladiat to ksvt io their beds t Tbey wert taken down and loaded Into tbt wagon, tod drivtn to tbt' Qaarttrmatter't Offitt. At tbey left, tht girlt shouted after tbem t Oh, bnt too will catch it whet Ft tber and kit into tomt back I" "Father' is ao officer in tbe "Mount Vernon Glare's t be left tuddenly oot line May morning, tnd hit oot bad time to oomt back yet j bt will no doubt bt pleated at tht noblt - stand tit hopeful daughters made. t. Loots, June 22, P. M. CspU Totten's L eommand returned to Syracuse yesterday afternoon, having1 giveri ep tbt pursuit of Governor Jacksqi at Florence, ten miles below. Half t car load of powder was eeiaed tt Tlppon, and about the tatnt tmoont of Itad tt Syracuse. Yesterday. Franklin, tba engineer, who wat engaged lo burning tht bridges, was arretted at Tippon, and C H. McCulloch, 0 cousla of Uen. Ben. McCulloch, it also a prisoner The Republican learnt that Gen Price was t Lexiogtoo on Friday, and tick. Troops were flocking tapidly to tht Statt standard. Gen. Bainet had arrived In ad vance of tomt 1600 from tbt southwest, tnd it is propabla tbat 4000 will ba conceutrated at Lexington before Geo. Lyoo wbo Is under stood to be in waiting at Booovilte fur rein forcements, can reach here. There btva been 3000 to 4000 troops col lecting at Jackson county, but much dissatis faction exists among tbem, some objecting to serve out of tbt connty, while others were tnxious for a fight, and ready to go anywhere. Finally, over half tf their number tbrew down their arms, and went borne to attend their farms and tbe balance proceeded towards Lexington. It is now thought that ono or both the Kansas regiments now stationed 00 tht bor der of tbat State with Captain Prince '1 reg ulars at Kansas City, will come down the Missouri river ia boats, and reach Lexington simultaneously with the forces under Gene rul Lyon. Jkffkrson Citv, June 22- Gov. Jackson with about COO men, passed Cole Camp on the 20th, pushing southward probably for A rkansas. Uen. McCullocb is reported to be at Mays ville, Ark., with 15,000 men aod considerable artillery. The Second Regiment of lows volunteers, under Col. Uutes, joined Genenl Lyon's command at Itooneville yesterday. The steamer I. C. Swan reached here this afternoon, bringing the volunteers weunded at Hoonville. Colonel Blair also came down. Tbe number of the State troops killed at Bonneville is not yet known, but fifty is prob ably s high estimate. The Stars and Stripes now wave from a staff near the Gubernatorial Mansion, where a Secession flag recently bung. Washington, Jane 24. A gentleman who left Richmond on las Thursday, says that the bills uround the city ore being most strongly fortified. The works io tbe coarse of construction and projected, take in a circuit of twenty-Ova miles. He says that some of the loading men io Rich moud say tbat tbey con concentrate a force of two hundred thousand men within four days. They are wild with excitement, and feel Banguino of success. Tim most of the regiments are very poorly clothed, and not calculated, under any circumstances, to with stand a summer's campaign. The same gen tlemun snystbitt Beauregard, Gen. Johnston, and Jefferson Davis, wilb a number of Geor gia and Alabama officers, were at tbe Fx cbnngo Hotel on Wednesday last. We have during today had continuous rumors of insurrections exielioit among the slaves in various portions of Virginia, but cannot trace tbt reports to toy authentic source. It is also reported that so mnch alarmed tie thotwotuen aod children at such a movu mcnt on tht part of tbeir negroes, tbat tutiru families are fleeing to the camps uf Vbe Secessionists for protection. General Pcott a Tailor Gen. Rcott is beyond all question the best tailor in tbe Union. He has cut out rebels at Washing ton, hemmed them io at Harper's Ferry, and run them together at Manassas Gap. He is obout ready to baste them at Norfolk, fell them down at Richmond, and if nothing else will answer, rru tbem generally to pieces elsewhere. New Advertisements. Attention Militia. HKAD-QIJARTEWS, 1st Brigade, bHh Dni.iun i. M THE Militia of 1st brigade Rth Division feni bracing all able bodied while male ciiui-ue between the ajji-D of IS and 45 year) are r. pi ti fully and eariieally requested to meet in each township, on SATURDAY the S2d irist., at i o'clock 1'. M-, at the place of holding township elections, lo elect one person for Captain ; one person fur let Lieutenant and one peraon for ,2d Lieutenant for the Miliiia of each township, with a view to an organisation uf the Militia of the County. It is particularly urged that the Militia to or ganized will parade on the days following, viz : The Militia of Munbury, I'pner Augusta, Low er Auguvta, Point, Northumberland, Rush, ha- mokin, Coal, Ml. Carmcl and Zcrbe to parade at sunbury on tbe 4th of Jul. Y, line to be formed at II 0 clock A. M., 111 Maiket street, right on - street. Volunteers and Militiamen from all parts of the county are invited and urged to join 111 this parade, and assist in appropriately celebrating 'he approaching National Anniver sary l.y a good old fashioned Militia Training, Arms are not required. The Militia of Milton, Chillisqnsque, Delaware, Turliut, Lewis, Watsontown and McKwensville. to meet at Milton, on atunluy the 3oth of July, 1 he Militia of Little Malmnoy, Cameron, Up per Mahonov, Jordan, Washington, Jackson and Lower Mahonoy lo meet el smith s J avem, on Saturday the 27lliof July. W e have been urged to make this suggestion lo the Miliiia of this county by large numbers of influential citizens from ililfetent townships, who lliink that in this hour of our country's peril it is not only proper, but a duty to demonstrate our strength and organize it, eo that should the gov eminent unfortunately require more men the country would know where and how to find her brave and sturdy patriotic Volunteers. lly all means let us celebrate by a craid im posing demonstration that great day the 4lU of July. By request of J. L. REEDER. Drip. Gen., 1st Brigade e)lh 11. WM. K. MARTZ, Brigade lusiwctor. bunbury, June 15th, 1861. NOTICE! In the Orphans' Court of Northumberland county. THE undersigned, an auditor appointed by aid Court lo audit and restate the accouut of Peter W.Uray Executor of William M.Gray deceased, will attend to the duties of hie said appointment at bis office in the borough of Hun- bury, en Friday the 28th day of Junr, inet.,at 10 o clock 111 the forenoon. All interested may attend. J.NO. KAi CLEMniVr, Sunbury, June 8, 18BI Auditor 1TOTXCE. Catharine Snyder, In tht Court of Common s. Ploas of Northumberland Wrs. I.. Dewsrt.j county. No. 38 April Term 1861, Vend. Expouas, The undersigned, an auditor appointed by tht Court of Common Pleae, to distribute tht money raised and paid into Court under above at tied writ of Vend. Exponaa, to report facta, eVe.a will attend id tba duties of bia appointment at bia office in tbt borough of 8unbury, oa Saturday tht 39tb day of June tnat, tl 10 o'clock. A. M All inteiaaicd can attend. ia. KAY CLEMENT. Auditor, i-uiii ui), Jur.e 8, lftl. IMPORTANT TO LOVEItS OF CE CE ED Q? rn . 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Price per Dozr.n Copies, - Fifty "00 " Hundred 15.00 All orders accompanied with the Cash will be dispatched immediately, either by posr or express. If ordered hy post, Stamps must bo enclosed t pay postace. If by express, the freight can be paid on delivery. SONG FOR THE VOLUNTEER. The Camp-Flre Companion. A New and Original CollT'inn f Militnry and Patriotic Songs; aJal:d especially for the present Campaign. One vol. ISmo. Wilb il lustration. Paper cover, 15 cU Flexible Cloth, 25 eta. Single Copies cf the above RooVs MAILED FREE OF POSTAGE. To any address in the United States, upon ro-rt-ipt of the price, by KING t UAlRn, Vinter and Pullishers. C07 Sixsiim St , Philadelphia, l'o whom all Orders should be addressed. May 18, INM. Hl SUE BURY STEAM FIRRY A N D T n V 1 N G U (J A T C O M P A N V, flRAVKI.I.EKS and other aro respectfully iiifurnicd that the suWcri'ifr, in order 10 no commodale llie pulilin and fjcilitale tiavrl. h.19 reduce! tl,a rali-a 01" fvrriiiBB nt leis S'l'CAMj I'EIJKV, over tt,e Kuou'-haims. at Sunhurv, ni"i will carry Pacstnpors, llori-cs, Cariiiii;c aud other vehicles, nt the following rales, viz : Fot Passi Peers, eacli fi cents. Horse ami lli.ler, IB ' lfursc mid yJucsy. " Two-Iloise Conveyance, 49 " I'a-nii ra and tlhers, nishing to transport Cual and i'r"Juce, can makt arraiigemeiiij el still lower rate. A Inrsc. faff and comrroilinus Steamloat will rr.n rrguUrly end pron'i'Sly al ull houra vf the lijv, and tr accmiimodate those who dnsire to ul tcrid the Cburih-d nt tfm.l.ury ur.d Scliiisjrove, the Hrwt will run on rundfiy. The 8ieamliont will run from Marlviil Street Warf, and promptly convey Pni-seiigora fruni holh siiics of the Kiver, wiiiirut dehy. The Steam perry nnw alfurila 1101 only a safe and convenient transit over the Sufquihanna, hut also a plttHKnnt and agreealile ride. RA T. t'LKM FMT, I. csi.ee and J'roprietor. Sunbury, May 25, 1FC1, To he Voter of Sorlhumbcrlnnd County Fellow CiTizKxa : I offer myself " a Union Candidate for the office of AHSOCIATK JL'LiOK, at the next election, should I he elected. I pleiluc myself to perfurin tho duties of the ofllr-e lo the hr.n uf my 'ability. JOHN DUNHAM. Northumberland, May i, 101 te BLACK SILK COATS. (Sored Mantles, I'liplin Duster. French Nuiiues, Silk Bnsquini's, Newest Design, f.'eadv Made, cr Made to Order. COOPER & CON AUU, 8. E. Comer Ninth and Market, Philadelphia. Mav 18, 161. MANHOOD. IIOW I.(T, HOW KKSTOltKU, JUST PL'JLISHUD IXAfKAI.KDKNVI.l.tH-F. : ON the imlure. irr:iliiit'iil, m.il ri'cl;il cine of fpeiii,n-toirlin-a. tr trniin:il Wfiilviu-Sli. ?'Sli:il 111 l-i!ltv. Nl. viii!iss nii'l inviiluniHry eiiiissmns, in;uieing iniKiieuey, anil Mental uud IMiysieel li'.cil,uclly. Uj- ROUT. J. CTIA l.liW -LI., M D., Auliivr irihu Cireell Book," Ac. The W'Jr'.il-rcniiwinilii'Hh"!, in this uilmini'jV Irf.-Hiri.-I eli-i.rlv mvrs li'nn lii tuvn ex.eneiic I hut Hie nwf'i, eiiisrii:c,K' uf Celi'-al'iiie mav be eileeiiiiiily rem-n'id u-itlK'Ui nirdiciiiBUiid wiIIk-nt iNnjji-i'nis vurit-ul I'prm Imiis. I,u?it-s, iiiruainits. rn;.'Sfl nirdiiili-, ..ni.ui.-.' mil B mode of cuie lit oui-e cerlinn iiimI rtT?flu.il. I.y wli:cii tm) 'lllt-r, 11" mutter v. Iiat Ins e"iulill"H ll. iv l, may rule liiniself elifiiplv, iriv:ilt -lv and radu-a-ly. Tlu lecture will imivea ln 11 l-i llixuMiiiisiinil lliiiiiBinds S-ul un ler h i!, in a liUm -.ivi"ic, lo u.!,lr.-, r.-"l p im, on tnarrcript of nvn iTMi;e sUi.ujis, lv addrisnmsj. Dr.CII. J.C. KL1.M-'., 1:1" ll"wv. New Y.-rk. i'u.t OlUtt Ixix -I.Si. April 30, 1WI. lypt C Ol' S 1 V T K 4 f S. U KM . rlHE aubicriber offer himself ta ihe Demo A cralic Voters uf Northumberland county, aa candidate fur llie olliee of COUNTY TKK Mli Kit, at Iho next primary clrcti.u Subj'd to the decision ul llie Couniv Oiivtfiitlnn. JOSEPH EVKKETT. Delaware twp, June B, lrtil. Orphans Court Sale 5X purtuance uf an orJer of ihe Or) horis' Court of Northumberland county, will bo cxp"srd to public sale, i.n li.e premises, on Batt.rjjy, ,!.e ii'ah day of Jl LV, IH-xl, ail that certain Tr.ii; ur Piece of LAND, titualo puitly in Shainul.ii; t.innshin. otid ipsrlly in Coal low n-diip, jNonhuir- licrland county, Pennsylvania, bjumled hv lands of Martin Cass, lands .urtryrd to Obediuh Cainp- btll, Jiilni TiUw.iilh, Rn'.iert 1 ajiRirt, Jobu Mil ler, andTlionia41ainiil'.n.Cii.laiiiiiit' I'.-urHun-died and TVtnty-Ei;ht Acres and Fifty one fcrchesof J.and and allowatise, lie t'.ie same more or less, lute tho property of Cliri.iian Ka bcl. deceased. bale to cunimence at 10 u clock, A. M.,dlsanl day. when the terms and conJiliona of will te mutle known ly ISAAC N. II AlMi, Adm r. Bv order of Court, J, B. MAnSEH, Clk. O. C. bunbury, May 4, 1SCI. Life Or Oculll The tuUcriheia tiilie pleasure in aniinuuciiin that ibi.y aro now iirenared to mail dree') to those who Visli it, a ropy of an impor.ant little work, by iho bile Dr. Brampton, entitled "The Invalids .Medical Con fidant," published for tlie benctit. and as a warn ing lo young men and persons who sutler fiom Nervous Debility, Pmnaiure Decay, Ac, Ac, supplying the means of self cure. The leader is irresistibly leJ lo compare a useful life i:u aa ignoble death. Reader, lose not a moment, but tend your ad dress for a copy of this Utile work. Addrera the Publili DR JOHN' D PEN' A CO, Mat ft JU.n bt...w Vurk May U, leh-3moa AY2n3 OATHARTIO Am j"cn tkK iWht mi fftniHitilnn? Art) yvm cml ol" oexti-r. v lilt jrnr ajrteBt) tft ritttH, Mitt onr ftaiifij cfauiltnni4itt Tbow nina A.. stem. .KiCJ V MIK MTV OUM M pfNtll tm illn.. -Anna fit f at'itttMitai lcrr'nplnii vjKtn yoo. l o . ana muiuti kyhihi tjr a ttiiwl nm of th right rem- riXlij i rinmf oul llw dkurilwed ttW tfll1. ttolti ktlUJll IiilaiA rftnu'iai IU unwind iuiK-tint. ff tv rrliereJ, fren't tiHMi tliprnwlvwi im1 ttie Kurritiiititiug rgt.nii, jr fltf K-iitral BorcrrwiilitiM, mitT'-riiif;, nn I du. -M'hMn In tli iit oitnlitiuii, 'ntriw-tl by tlft itflrittKn-ntonr), InliO Aynr'n I'lllf. mwl Ii w tiirt (4y tltv H'H'.ftn tl tialtirni lirll'tii uf t'nK uyiim mul wltli U iUn ltiv,fiiit fi"!llni( uf li' iillti njr-'irt. VVImt li tM rm I m nppvont tr tUU t4i r In! uu I f,tiiiit'M rtinijtl.ihit. lv Al tni ia tuuty cf t!io loip ta.-a(tI miti Huni-flpwii li i: -m jr- Th nii ptirn(ivn t-iT.-. i ox'Ih thiti. Cim-- nlinlliu- clwinn U 'lifi unit Ji.-iiicoiiTi-:iti i if Ihr tiitnrnt rniif-tiout of On Wv-lv, Hity urn raill, fuid mniiv 'f tli'-m miinly, cwt l ty 1ti')iiiit ni'f'i. Jitt wIm knit lint Tirttn i. it,m l'ilW, will in tlc-t lo fiiriUf Uiotu wlict sulkriti Uvtu tlin ill t.i 'lri tiif V i-ir ftLtti'montH fom lt illnp t-l-y 1 inn In on f tli pritii.iJril Cstirje, ttutl ftvjui inlitr ivcll kauwu public p-.T-inns. ' Vrtm a FhrtrinU;g .V?j AVinf tffit. Tmitt I, In&r Tn. Arm: V"t.r nm Iti" icumn ff nil tlmt Li Rriit hi in4rMt) 'J'h.'v Imvr tnii-l my littl it iuirlitop iif nlrcmuii nauy upon In'ti- lmn-1 1 mid Id , frul pTtvm! ftirr.il'lf f r ycnr.i. IIff inutlur y IWit lm: ri-r-tnHly HtV.i'-iO'J Willi lil it.'liwi mtil pi'tiplffi " tier chin nml fn h-r luur. Af.-r ur .-l ill w.m cun-J, tau tiicU uur i'ilh, umiI tluiy lmviuuri lir. An. MonaniiKJK. At a V a rally FIij-sie. Frm Dr. I lUvright Sew Ortxn$ Von Fills am llm prtiii of mi gen. Tlmlr rix-n'-nt qtnlitlin aariLt nny citMinrtif- u 'aW. Ihr nr mild, hut vi ry ci'iltun titfl i irt t tntil In tlitsiv tT-tl'-u on tl liowoK whii nnli j thuut luiilunLl to us hi lu daily tiTftlmoUt of liiseii-; IScAtlaclie.SlrUIIrndnrlicPon rStomach JVoui i:r, litin trd 'i, li tUimcre. TKinl1ito. Avrut I ennnot niiHwor you '.'i(f( fymflnfMi I Imvo cure I wirh ymir Pills h-f-r tii.m to miy allVvit ti f -rr treat with n p't';,iitite mt 'iiritie., 1 phi.-o (pHt dopn flciirf nn nn otiitctHnl r't:li:niit: In my 0;ity rontr?t vfth Aif nu iiii! bt:lMiiiiij fix I l tint t 'tir I'iltn bHard mt h beat wo Unxot I of cuuno vnluu Uiu'tn iiighly, rm?i:0, Vn , Mn? 1, TtuJ. C. Arm. P!r: I Imvo hofn rf i cnlcd!,-fiin-d of tlio wurt rVMrAiWr (my i.otly rnti linvn ly n duip or Iwa f y-.np I'ilU. It ri--ui to uiJju fiim a t-ut tuniacU, T'iUi-4 with "ji:ut rcj'ict, T.p, tv. rnrp.Lr, Otrl- ff .VfflUiti Ciarln. Iillloun Disorders I.lvcr Comirlntiil I'mn Dr. Th.:1orc E-tf, oXny y,,,-- C.v. N"t mily urn yi'iir Pilln n hnlri.lilv mVipd-! t' th-tr p"i:r pi?o us (in nnnrMit, I flni Muir l-tinciifiiil f-n?ctp;if.fi tlio lvur xty riiilti'il hi'l'-i-il. T.u y Imvo In my pitko tUo l.lovtjil n h. It :lh- tllal f..r t!:o euro of b.Unnt com plaint thiti any etui i i'intnly 1 can mi-til ion. 1 ninoivly li jnico tlmt we Imvr ttt b iiili pri'rMI've winch ur tU Ui wtiGJuncu ct t'.c j-;oit.iLjn ai.tl tbe e i lo. Ii i-AtiTMrxT or Tnr Inti.pior, 1 X'n:ilnn(;f"iit th I'.. Tlh t r., iv,r. Sin: I Iiuti ncd ymv vtl in my p-wrA i;u l I'.o-(..ImT liM' iit ui'VL'i siw a u iitMI ill. m.uml riiuii')! bSiLite t t.y iln- a ro tli Ittint cathailic wnumjjlMy. Tbtir nii luiiiiL; riuiii ti tUj liver in quivk nnl doatlcl. ojiikv qifiilly iUvy aits nn ifliuhullu leun'ily for dci.utoiiantfl nt tliat 'rgtni. Iit'li'tMl, 1 lvi pelt I urn fuiunl u cust uf lihunt tlitftte y.i uhstiuat'i that It di-1 nut ifiulily jii-itl tt tliuu. AiuKrnall; Al,o'.i It ALL, M, ft,, i'.ysi'ci'tti i th Marine IJotpilaL D)'tciktcr3f Plnri'liora, Utlnx. V.ormi. I'lom he. J. G. Gi-fxtt, aj' Chic iy Tcur Pilli ltuvo IumI n lutig frfil in my ir:tr-., fnd I Itolil tli-in in ff twm as tine i.f liio 1-t-st aju-ii- nts I Imvo evt-r I'uu n J. 'IJiuii-altcralivo i-lK't t U)uii liwr inula-s tlriu an l-.X'TIkmiI H-nivily, wluti iviii hi hiuuM tofK ft lih-i'U tfy-citUr; tin t ut-tri'hur. 'J In-ir ni'(;;ir-coiitili5 tu:il;c ihi'iii oiy : -"piaLlo uud uhVtriisWait lur tut u&n 4' r jin:n Aud citiMiL-u, DynprpSka Impurity of the nionct from ii v.J. r. ltitjr of Advent Church, butm, ' Vv, Avn: 1 1t:i e nm 1 yc nrj'i'!' wilh i-xf nvtrdiuary encc s-i in my family aii aiiioiiij ilittn 1 nm cr.,It-tl to vimt In illHlrctf, 'Jn n"i;iiliitti llu orp.viH A dir'ti'.-:. unJ I'aiilV liio t loi'd, iltt-y mo tli rivy Imtit vci.i'ly 1 liavo -vff Known, and 2 can coiilitl- riiiy icu-mut'-ml tTir:i U fc. h'inudx. Yuum, J. TTr4w, UynmliiK r.r. V. Y., O-t. 'Jl, 1S05. ICR Kip.: I rtui tiini; v an UiUnrf k I'illi in my tuo li'.c, m: 1 li.. t! tu. nn cxc 'lknt tnt-tivf tki.mt th 9j "Ivu ftud vttr'jf t:te (ni'' i''x ' r'....r,. Tvai-tiiuatNut Csom, Acuruiia. Aroy myf i'urjlj bit,, A-';, etc jw Dr. J. l I'wc'r'i, Mi:!:r'.tt Cifirr'it. To inin h C'ltintit l' (!! i.f yi-iir I'iils fi r (Ity cur of m t- ; '. Jf i'tUi"n CI our irafrniif v have fimtid tlivin ph cjl.ifiish as J Iiiivp, 'Tir-yhhr.uld j-dti nm iu pp.trl;vim In ' li it Hi bntu in of tl..' tHitiiitu.h u vklni Mit 'f r,. i .;i ru:i:(.!:i;iit, hi' h, ah h l,.ut u. -n-h in iUcfl', in iiiu ni ;nini,ri) nil Ml" idiii ill t vorw. I m-lii-ro t-3. ttriH'U trjuiilliati' it: liio iht, Lut na V'itU tUiftt thut JVm Mr;. E. Ptutrt, "ys'rinn am? M-fai, Ihttr.-u T find c.v.o cr tw-j I.tro d-.ft.i of ymr Fills, tibon nt l!i pr.pc-r lime.au.- io (! ut pr.-ru-iiiv. h i.f i!n- wthtr.it iter. tr.H wliin l;y i' h.illy sii; j.ii-w , and aM Vi TW elTcLta.l . th,tlfi ilH it:n;h anj r .-. n-i.na. Tlf nre rt-i itiiu li th b t phyaw we hutu lLl 1 locumna'nd liO uiut-r ( i my j iticuU. Vow te Dev. Pr. Il'wUf, ' 'Ic MttfMis! Ejtis. Ck'trch. Fin 'It! i r. S'Tann;ili,(in., .Ian. 0. ll-Ufnni.p t-iii: I h.-nM l..i iiii.nt-lt.l f v tho ivljtf T.nr friviil has Uficht u.o if f HA vt r-ji.'it my iaie to yrM. A ivl-l H.-uL'l in my l.a.'jir.it-l Utoniriit m r-xi-ru-4'l;i(lntr tfHf.t',1'; )-n.i-iy - : !i i-in!. d hi r'irvii?rhttt't(t tt-t.i. " NVtuiilist-.n.j- 1 ,:id th. i,,.-t ori'hr'l.vui, H disi-.i r (::,- W"iu nivl v.- -ix. uiiT.t lv th-- ;rt- (' oiir trvlii'ltt :(;f"if hi l.'allift !-, Fl. .Mv'ilitz;-, 1 U'i-.l .-ur Fill-. J tu-ir fl'-N v-'i f j, br.t Mm. Iy jri;rioirIu5 iu Iho uso oi tlttin. I :t?n Tirivp vnthvlv well. Srvit1; CiUMiri. fit -n '!m-.v, T.. lcrf. TT. A ;:!' : l li-iv,. I.. nii-.-lv f.:r. I. hv y..i,r I ill-, cr ):hi'u" .t.c t.: a iaiuitil uiit.-U-- t'::il I --.1 uT): t'-t iu fr .viiii-. VI.NUBNX SI.U'M.L Mutt rf tlio r,'i: In mnrfet c-u!.iln M-roury, vln.li, nUIi. iili vritii.int" rriii-ily in tl.ilnil bin-lii. id tl.int'i-n.il" ill il fliljli" I Ml. fjui'thu .lri-a ll'lll c-i-n-.w l"-i Itivt fu-'Mi.-iiliy r-ll iw lis iiii-.uiti'iii U-I-. Yti.-Mi c ur.liii lifi iiiei-t-iiiy ur luitii-iai iitiir.im-ii w :Ul. ,-r. Price, 25 cents per Box, ot 5 Koxcs for $1. Prepared ty Dr. J. C. AYES &, CO., Lowell, Uass. S-M hv l-'ribiic k rtrai.t. an.t A. W. l'i-!: r, Pnubury J I'. CiI-'U hikI C. ItmwM. MilUin; lir WVnti.', Me. l.we,(ii-ilie ; Kcil-iiyilerA; ('hrisiriun, 1 urbulviiie ; It. fj, McCi'V, Nnirniiiiilirriiiii,) aiid ty Deulers everywlicie. Aj'iil jit, Hi I ly THELATEST style of SPRING AND SUMMER GARMENTS, Anil CONSTANTLY IIAD2 at the FasMcnalle Tailoring Establisliment; of JACOBO. BECK, Market stit t t, fiMfl 'AY, Va. THE subscriber has just received and ppeneJ I sre assertinent bPlil.Ms AND SUM MER l.OUHS uch cs CLOTHS, OP EVERY DEsClill'TlON A- CJl'ALITY. Plain and Fancy Cassimeres Vepticgs, &c of tbe lutct sly U s. In addition tf In stock lie U roiistantly r -c ivints new n; plies from the citv kci'i'il.g a lull asorliiii iit of the lliosl auiislanl.al ami talent style cf (ionds in tbe cily ma.'kcls. He is prepared to m.ike to order all kir.iU of O'eiitlt-ineirs unit Ii jv's vvei'-, sue,', as .;LS.s.t:OAJ'ti, HMt.'K.rOATsS. BL'frl-MOSi-C OA J S. V rT. PA.NTA Li.UJ.N". ic. Ac. f the very latest style, and in l!-c most mbtan tiiil iii..nnrT. nt st.nn poiire. Any tiouus not on hainl, will bo fun iIml 'rot,: s hibu'th lii i. I'l' -iWiux two dy'e Qiiec. ijf t'ull and t-iuliilne my stock, no tUarfii-s maiio fur shuwing. I A COB O. BEl-K. Suiiburv, May It, IStil fcOI.OHOX 3141.11 Zi. Attorney at Law, BUNBUiiy, Nortuumborlaud Co., Pa (Formerly I'recbuig, Snyder e.iunly ) OFFICE, Market eilrret, a lew duurs eal of the Northern Central K'llruid I'epot aud two deer west of the l'u.-t int'ico. All prolcsiniai Uusiiu-si', CulUcdoiu, Sit., will receive prL.r.pl aiteutioii. March oil, Isti!. A u i: o c HlcL rintircd Uarecei, 13, 25anJ 31 cenls. Barege liobes. S I Sli, 4 IHi and 5 00, Muianibi pie Kb" l o lU, Traveling Press Uooi'a. tiUcpliard' Plaids, Mohair Plid. (iinth.irn', Lawn. Pru.ts, t"lal ic. tiny Figured (iood. ' COOPF.R &. COXAKD, 8 E corner Ninth aud Market, PliilJt!;i!ii. N il Uet quality Hoop fc-rt-, 91 W ft 2X MaytB,l. LIVE AND LEARN 1 LET TDK PEOPLE BTIIX COSTS 17 13 TO LITK, XXD THEY VTTLt SOON LEARrf THAT FAILING & .GUAM, AT nm MAMMOTH STOEE. ARE S ELLIS G than can la purchased elsflwhem . Just received ty llnllroet! lliia week. REMEMBEU THIS. AND T no FITLY IT. Sunbury, Decemlicr 15, 18Bi. J. A. C It A N D A IV Yj S PATENT HPRINP noRSK 473 naoADvAT, m nvr ironn. c!ioiil t in ev-rv family. School, Cvmnasi. urn, Asvlmn, and Hni-pitnl in the land. Aro not DANGEROUS, liku the common Pnr-klni; Ilurso. filands f.rm on it Pt-!i-,ial. will not wcur C ARPETS, and bas no Ko.kere lo injure tho FP, 'JIcHltli and aifT'iie's ia trie mea !.!-.'-.N t. Wiim mJ.Mr mm Vixv 't r-rrs PROM THE -HOME JOUP.Xl-" "Of alt the child furr.i-.uie wo have ever sli a no article combine so much of those two linmr tant lliii.as health end hauiiincei as the A-!. ! justahla Patent Steel Sprini Saddle Ho-so, in- vcnip.-i uy -lesHo x. iranuaii, 11 ia niii cangir ous, liks a cmniimn rorkiim-tioif ta childr n'a fi-Lt, car.uul bo upai. dora iiot wer rnrprts, iut stands firm on its hasp, and its action ia so lilts the c'lliup of a live horse thi'. tho chilil nevcr wearies of it. Tliis ,Btf.;tof child-novoltiis Is ex ceedingly clepinl and orli-itif in de.sign ; ntui so adjustable, aul'ftantiul, and durable, tint it nil! la.-t lilutinic. It is indispensable In every I family whero thcio aru cl.iblren. It ainnild l a ) in every primary echoed and pyirinas uni in tho ' country, as il can he maiio largo and Etr inir j j'inuL'h t sustain prown persons. A a pcilesul l'.r phut graphic pictures, nothing in more U:uti ! (A. I "Every Oiphan AFj-Ium and Institution whera ' children nm cnimrcijak'd, should be furnished : wilh a tiiiinhcr of tneso beautiful articles. They arc lilted w ith eide-uildles when required." I PIKKCTION? I'O K AWrSTIN'O-Open the utter part ul li.e uaae utiilicicntly to allow tbe o-?lc to go in its place; Ihin raise o jwer th j Iior to suit you. (Screw the bolu iu the aiia very tij;!it. I r" These Horse ara WAItnAFTED one I March 1(5, tf S13N3URY ACAD2LIY. ! HIIE SI'MMKR TF.RM of the Sunbury Academy wUl J cwuiiut.-in.-c vu me oui v a n ii i lie f.-oiiine vi iimtriictiuii t-mbmces even- deoart- . niei-t r tULC:itl"!t tuunl in utir litrst Ae.ii!oinies, pretmi tigf. I stu'leiits una citlmr fcr a ; rutui'-iior l-i enier any class in Cull. s a. r;;nMS phr q carter: I P.miirHiii Srli ntl JVruirliri, (100 J ll'.'lier Km .ish ilr.mcli'-.s, 6 00 I I.a'iiiniMl Ijili L l.aii.uM(ji-s. 7 no ( Tuition t" 1-eti.iitl before Ihe mid.Ue rf trw tenn. I Ti'Mnl run In liiiil in jinvulu fnimlies at from 75 te -J 2j I't-t week. I P. P. WOLVKRTON, rtmcipul-Sjriti'irj-, March 3(, leOO. DO YOU WANT WJIIsKKns DO VCL' WANT A VOfSTACIIK? 10 Yil' WANTA Alt'L'STAClin! S T 1 M CLAT1MG OXOUKX1, Fur the l!7i.'..4cM (:;. Uair. Tue s'li'st-nlit-rri niK - j.it-iiLire in iiiuii.L:s.-ui(; to tttseiti 4fi.au! tue I'inted Mun-n, thnt tinry iuive oir.auitd ti,e Affeiu y Ixr, m.il air lunv t-iriu.t-d i.m.Ji tu the Aiiu-iu an piii'lio," the ii!ive justly ttinratce unit world-reiiuwiuj aitielb. The Stim'dnt'nti OnguenU is prpfarp.! by )r. C 1. I!--i!ini.'hnni, it:: einui'-iit rh)siciin vi l.uil.-n, i.itil f Miifnuitrd i . Ijiiiig i lit u thick s?l -f 1 1 i i r .... .1 . I ll ;l-.ei. or .i ifii:(.'. I in from tliiielu six weeks. Tli iirf-.le is Ihe if;lyo:ie I of the kiuil usrtl ty tue l-'rcucli, and in LouiMi aiu 1 ... j ris it is ui uitivcrc:!! .i:.. It u u ln-uutH til, ri-i-iinnucut, ico'hinir, et stiiiinlntins? ('onipi'inr.l. iipiiiii? ;is if lv n :iu- up.n the ruo1, r.rjM:;j;n heaiiful i;--iu'ln 1' u.-turiiiiit .'.air II aiiirrl tu tli .-n. jt it Wlli c-:lrf l.ji,iiie.i. uu-! -;iUfe tu efuiir lip in .iare ot t'.i- L,.id iV'il a tnie urowtil u h.iir. Applied aix-nirliiy t'ldiii-cM-ins ll Wlli turn rrlor tuVV hair 'lull--, ilnd rcst ru iriiiy li:nr I 1 1' iiiiu;il c loi. le:iv ii s ft, suux-ii,. ii);il ilt-i!.!e. 'r;ie "l innri-nl'' is n" niilispeiisiiio nnicle in ,.vet -.,,. -w t" ili-t, unit liner urc wi-i-ii's use tlu-y w-'Mii.l ii. it I r ii-tv e.ii.iiiil- ratiuii I ir without it. T!ie pu'im-i ili-iK lire the only Acmts f.if ti e s-:c-!e il the I;. i:nl Sf.il'H. to v, ii. nn ui! uriVrH nuit I in1.': -Fi-d. I'lii-f ti!t- tlnliur li hox fur bui. hv tl 11 i triiK J ltt0 nud Dmi.rf; oi -i h x of lue ' Uiirurnt" (wtiinuu.j t-i Iim-. the Cmired t u-i i) will he sent to u.iy who ilr-rrv it. by niiiti, uut-'-l, s.c-ilt!v -:e-kre, on rxe.;t u! pi ice ai.i'.p-it-i.fc'C.sl.ll. A-.y.j 'oor ti.l-lrrss iMiiACK i.. nr.cEMAN' & rr , ln"-LMt. e., ttl Wiliuia fi., New Yoik. For !- nt tii.s ffii -i. Mioi-h .1(1. I"! COMMERCIAL jNUllbEllIES, II. E. HOCKER, Ste CO.. liOCUEbTKR, N. Y JOHN W. BIX'HER. Local A gent, Bunbury Pa. flhe sttSscriler, huvii.sj been appointed local 1 Auent lor the snle cf Fruit trees, plants, vim s, ke of one oi the n um. r-lial! N'urserics, call the attention of ull wh.i vi aul clu.ice fiuit t tins method, es mors ccitam than by obtjitiin ,neiu tnruii:li travtling aj-i!n. Arr.one tbi:;U Usi-ribed in toe Cuuionuo ara. Dwarf Pejr Frees, of the nc for lia.'.eplanlinir, remaikably 'ii. D-.vt.rf A I'p'e Trie", nn P.ira.!ie Sto !.., p-a. kiiv t.i.iiitilui mile tr.-et tur the ;-iiii!i .i, end pm duciiin leiuarijtUly lii.e pci.imeiis of Irnit iu a vciv il'.nrl time. iiwaif Cberry Trees, budded on Ma!ia!tU Slvcks, ln'.nd.-oiiie tret-a. Siiuiidanl Apple. Pear and Cherry Treea Try fine, wilb a lurvje U-l 'l vHiietit. Pe-ult, I'iiini, Ne.-larine and Apricot Tree. tioi.nebi rrv. Blackhwry and silraubcrry 1'Unt al! uf Ihe lincl kind. Curraii'. many new and improved ver'n-tie, 4u,-b ns Clu-rry. t h'-'e Urape, White GonJouiu, lit J (ira e, Victoria, Arc. tlrawtierry Plants, in prcat variety, incliidinr; llie Hookor, Wilson' Albany, Tno.-nphie d liaud, (the inwt nnpiuvcd old varieties,) ui well s all the novellie. Grape Vint,-liiclinlii'B these fine, ew, yet well tealed kin s v. l.uii no pbmier ihou'die without, such Delaware, Concord, and Har ford Prolilic. 1 lie -m we have propaaletl " txi leniieiy i. to able to utter iheui at reUuced and latl.-f.;Ctuiy pi ices. Plants, h'u.M-s, Kverureens and every rantty or .rnniiicnlal tree aud Shru.bi.ery, securely packed JOHN W. Ul'CHKK. Agent, Sunbury Pa. Pfunliury, Pebuaiy, V. IHi.l. TNl' e'riAlM.'S.-A very tii.eai.J ' clu-ap aa-oriineu'.juai received hy Hail road from New Vo-k. al iu Mir.:n.uh sU.re M Pr.l.nn e Orauu W. hive alw M, sale H. Pntnsm A Co' elebraW Pateut I eudulu- is-nrtsU fijitme.