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PBOCEEDINOS OP THE. UNION CONVENTION. The Unloo Confenlion, held io fmrsnancs; to a call, met io the Court Unnic tt Sonboryi on lh tUh rlaj or September, 1B6I. Ibe following were tlie delegates present l Lewie -Oeorire Dirrim, R. U. Kuchmao. Delaware. Jnnss Wolf, W. li. Fulmar. . TurbatvilU. Dr. 0. F. MacFhersOO, Jdo Brornt. McEwensrille. Philip Sleinruck, James Rndarnifl. 7'uifcii(.Wm. Kot. Dd. Kckert. Milton. MoBta UbstnberliD, Uagb C. Carr. Chiltisquaqut Peter Kelcher, fiamael Mi'Nuiclie. J'mnt. Tbo. Watt. V. II Lelghnir. sVr(iuriiei(W. Dr. Priestly, Daniel Yoris. ' Sunbury O. li- YonogmaD, Benjamin Hendricks. , Upper Augusta Benj. Hoover, Jacob 6enhohs. tower Augusta C. J. Coorad, J. R. Clark, i Ltt ifc. Bonharn R. Kase, Joseph Sharp ies. &7iomoiltn. George Kricbbaaui, Solomon MurtC. Coal. A. R. Fiske, W. P. Withineton. Ml. Curmct.A.. F. Sleeker, Patrick Donohoe. Ctmtrrm. Samuel Long, C. B. Bojer. Little Mahanoy.S. H. Rotharmel, Dao. Ite HZ. Jackson S. W. Watt, J. 8. Zattman. W.ishintjtnv,' Uao'l Kahria, Jacob UaB. Upper Mahanoy. Daniel lleiui, J. il. Adams. jZerix. Uoorg Mowton. E. C. "Tanna. L. Au'iariffy. Daniel heiler, John Yar gcr. Mr. George Mowtoo, CbairmaD of Com tnitlee oo permanent organization, appointed at a meetiug for cousnllutioD previously held by the delegates, composed of George Mow ton, Dr. Priestly and James Ruadarutel, reported the following officers : PresidMnt, George 1). Youngman. Vice President, Moses Chumberlin. Secretaries, Win. Putter Withington, Wm. . Follmer. Mr. Youngman. npoo taking tbe Chair, briefly staled the object of the Cooveution and announced it ready for business. (Jpoo motion, Moees (Jbamlierlin and Jonas Wolf were unanimously elected Coir ferees to meet tbe Conferees of Montour and I,CMiiniig counties, with instructions to vote lor Joliu W . Mayoard, of Williainsport, for President Judge. i'be Convention proceeding to the nomina tion of a cnudidule for the Legislature 10. Y. Bright, Jesse Yocum and J. Woods Brown were proposed as candidates. Oo motion, the uiiiiiu of J. Woods Brown whs stricken from the list of candidates for the reason thut a number of the neighbors and friends of Mr. Brown, desirous that be Bhould come out openly und unmistakably in support of thu government, made to him tbe proposition embraced in tbe following letter, with a view of offering his oamo in the Union Convention, if bis answer would be satisfactory to Union men : Mii.ton, September Oth, 1861. Mr. Drown: Sir, Being aware of tbe influence that a pirtizao election will have in givini; aid aud comfort to the enemies of the col btit il on and laws of the United States, nnd being your neighbors and delegates to the Uuiou Convention, would respectfully ask yon, not to forego your democratic principles but that you will for the present say that you will use all your influence to sustain the government of tbe United States without respect to party, and thus enable the friends of the government to present a united party againnl the euemies of the country. Your answer to the above is respectfully asked that we may act undvrsuodingly when to Convec tion. , M Chambkri.iv, Jonas Woi.f, Wji U. Follmkb, To this proposition Mr. Brown positively re'used to accede. Hence his rejection by the Convention as a candidate. The Convention then proceeded to the election of a candidate fur the Legislature, tbe vote stood as follows : K. Y. Bright, 37 .!- Yocum, 6 E Y. I! right having received a majority was declared the nominee. On uiotiuD, William Deppjo and Joseph Nicely were declared by acclamation the iiominees of tbe Couveotion for Associate J udgeg, Tim Convention then proceeded to vote for lteuihier and Recorder. Tbe gentlemen proposed were Metier!. Jacob B. Masser, I Ihiiii.ik ). tjr.mt and P. tei W. Gray. Tbe balloting resulted as follows ; M itser, 20 tiruut, 19 Gray, 4 Neither candidate having received a major ity of all tbe votes cast, the Convention proceeded to a second ballot. Oo uiotioo, tbe geniiemau having the smallest number of Voles on the tiro I billot w.is withdrawu, aud tbe secoud ballot resulted as folbns : Masser, 23 Grunt, 22 M asser having received a majority of all the voles polled was declared duly elected. The Convention proceeded to nominee a candidate for County Commissioner. Messrs. George Chritituiao and Abraham tilraub having been proposed aB candidates the balloting retu'.ted as follows: George Christuiao, 25 Abraham Stroub, 19 Mr. Christuiuo having received a majority was rjeclureu ine nominee. rssi io order was toe Domination of a candidate for Treasurer. Messrs. John Dunham, Joseph Veukirk and Michael A. Keefrr were offered as candidates, aud the vole was, for Dunham, 12 Vankirk, ' 18 Keefer, 14 Neither- candidate having a majority of all the votes tbe Couveutiou proceeded to a second bullot, which resulted as follows : Jiunham, 12 Vankirk, 18 Keeler, 14 There being still DO nomination a third ballot was had with the followiog result: Dunham, 6 Vaiiknk, 25 K eler, 13 Mr. Vankirk having received a majority of all the votes was declared tbe nominee of the Convention for County Treasurer. On inoliou, Isaac II. Iteeitler, of George town, was nominated by acclamation for Auditor; and oo motion, all the candidates having received a umjonty of tbe votes for the different cilices were declared the nouji Does of the Convention unanimously. Tbe Chairman of Committee on Resolu tions, composed of A. U Ficke, Wm Kutr, Daniel lleim, W. P. Withington and Jooas Wolf, reported the following us expressive of the senile of tbe Convention : Wukrkas, A desperate effort it being made by rebels and traitors to divide tbe Union and overthrow tbe free government established by the blood of our forefathers ; and the Natinuul Capital is threatened by a powerful army of insurgeuta whose avowed object is firal to capture the teat of the national government, and then to invade tbe loyal Stales ; Akd Wukhkal the titration of the Union, and tbe maiutenunce of tbe government in its constitutional powers and functions require that tbe loyal tit lens should b oui ted, vigilant and determine I in their oppusi- lion to rebellion, and Ik-it support of those bo have been legally elected to adiniuiaur the govtromtat ; And Wbrrkas, we believe, tbet If tbe people falter In supporting tbe constitutional authorities of the country, and allow them: Selves Io be divided into confl, cling faction and parties at thit honr.i.f danger, we will be destroyed at a natKin, witb tbe Uoino divi ded into petty and hostile confederacies, between which cootinoal war will eiist, with immense and endless expense of blood and treasure Therefore, be it Resolved, That for tbe maintenance of the (Juiun. and the SHpporl of the government, we will no'te ourselves as a band of brothers, laying aside, for the present, all parly dia tiiidions and differences, having no other object than tbe enforcement of the Constitu tion and laws, and the suppression of that wicked rebellion wbicb, if it succeeds, will destroy tbe best government ever formed, and reduce thit once happy Union to a col lection of contending petty slates, like those ol Mexico and Booth America, whose people will be the victims of endless war and taxa tion, and the slaves of military despots. Rnolved, That we will stand by our con. slituliooal government and our legally elect ed President, io Ibis conflict with treason and rebellion, to tbe last extremity and at all bazzards. Resolved, That the spediest and cheapest way to put an end to the war, to repress this causeless rebellion, tud to restore the Union, is fur the government to exert its fullest power, and lor tbe people to stand united in support of the government, contributing witb cheerfulness and Ceal the Decessary aid io men and money. Restlvtd, That we fully agree with tbe words of that eminent patriot and Democrat ic Statesman, Joseph Holt, of Kentucky, who said in his speech to the people at New York, on Tuesday, the 3d inst j "What we need is patriotism, which rises fully to the comprehension of tbe actual and awful perils in which our institutions ere placed, and which is eager to devote every power of body and mind and fortune to their deliverance a patriotism wbicb, obliterating all party lines and entombing all patty issues says to the President ol the United States, "Here are our lives and onr estates ; use them freely, use them boldly, bnl use them success fully j for, looking oo the graves of our fathers and oo the cradles of our children we have sworn that though ell thirgs else shall parish, Ibis country and Government shall live." Resolved, That we deprecate and condemn all attempts to divide the loyal people into contending politicul parties and factions, when a desperate enemy is arrayed to destroy our free institutions, believing that if we are divided we fall, as ex pre wed by Judge Don ulas in bis speech at Chicago, on the first or May last, when he said that "lbs rebels hoped that in the Northern States party questions would bring civil war, between Democrats and Republicans, when tbe South would step in with ber cohorts, aid one party to conquer the other, and tbeo make easy prey of tbe victors." Resulved, That to prevent the disastrous state of affairs thus pictured by the lamented Douglas, and to keep from our own midst the horrors of civil war, it is absolutely necessary for 08 to allay inflammable party spirit, eradicate for tbe time being political distinc tions, and unite on one great issoe, tbe sup port of the goverouient aud tbe suppression of rebellion. Resolved, That we agree with the words of the pa'riot Lewis' Cass, who says: -'He who is not for the country is against ber. There is no neutral position to be occupied. It is the duty of all zealously to support the Governments in all its efforts to bring this unhappy civil war to a conclusion." And with the words of Daniel S. Dickinson in bis Tunkbannock speech where be sayB : "It will be time euough to struggle over who shall administer the Government when we are sum wo have one to administer. He who it not for it is against it. 1 bave determined to fight this battle out, but oo oo political grounds. Rmnlved, That while we desire that tbe loyal people of tbe South should bave every aid and encouragement possible, we can in no way consent to a compromise with armed rebels, believing with Daniel S. DickiDsnn, who said io bis Tuokhaonock speech, that "there is no peace until yon can put down rebellion by force of arms." Resolved. That we endorse the 'arts of President Lincolo io his efforts to put down tbe rebellion, believing thut they were tbe best tbat could be done io his responsible position, and io the dangerous emergency wbicb be was called npoo to meet, aod io this connection we need but use tbe words of Daniel S. Dickinson, who said at Tirakbau nock "I kuow not whether Mr. Lincolo has observed the Constitution ; indeed, for all the purposes ol resisting the rebellion, 1 care not. It is due to him to say, however, tbat he bus seemed to be in good faith attempting to po down tbe rebellioo. He has not done all tbines as 1 would have done them, because 1 would bave multiplied his men by about four and when he bas struck one blow I would bave struck a dozeu." Resolved, Thut in regard to the suspension or the writ of hubeus corpus, tbe Prtsidtol acted in conformity witb the luterest of the Constitution, which suys : "The privilege of a writ ol habeas Carpus shall out be snspeuded, unless wbeu in Canes of rebellion und invasion, the public safety may require it." And we endorse the lauuage of Hon. Daniel S. Dick inson in this regard, who suys : "If I were in command, aud bad good reason to believe that 1 bad possession ol a traitor, 1 would suspeud tbe writ, aud the individual too." Resolved, Tbat we can bave no political fel lowsbip with those who, by tbeir sympathy with rebels, tend to prolong tbe war, aud in crease tbe bloodshed aod expense, aud that we believe that a division among tbe loyal people of the North will encourage tbe rebels to coo tinue the struggle, which will necessarily in crease tbe taxatioo aod extend the period of blonusDeo prostration ol business. 1 hat our duty us patriots, as well aa our interest as citizens, urge us to conduct this war with such vigor, and to bring it to sucb o conclusion, that we will not be compelled to assist io pay ing the bonds of tbe so called Confederate Stales, but will force the rebels who caused the war to bear the priucipal burden of tbe expense. 1 be rebels of the Suutb coin, meuced this civil war without cause, and jus. lice requires tbat the expense of suppressing the rebellioo should be borue bv those who precipitated il upon us. Resolved, Tbat secession is revolution, and tbul the alleged right of any State or Slates to withdraw at pleasure from the Unioo, would lead to a condition of endless anarchy aod civil war. Resolved, Tbat all our sympathies are witb our brave soldiers now in arms in defense of tbe Uuioo and the Government ; and the fact of Democrats, Republicans aud Americans slandiug shoulder to shoulder io tbe ranks teaches us at home to present the same exam pie of unity and fraternity. We caouol ex press the sentiments of ibis Convention belter than by adopting tbe letter of that uob e sol dier, Geo. Benjamin F. Butler, to his political mends in Massacousetts, published in tbe Lowell Advertiser, io wbicb be Bays: "As 1 bave staled to vou aod as 1 have publicly repealed, wbeo J left borne 1 left all politics, io a party sense of tbe term, bebiud me, aod 1 now know do politics 10 aoy sense, suve at represented by tht question : How best to preserve tbe Uniun. acd red or a the country toils integrity? Peace it desiruble to all, and to none more to than to Ibe soldier who has left hit friends and bit home to do bit duty to bit country. But, however desirable, it it not to be purchased upon aoy terms, tave the recnguitioo ol tha aulhonty of Ibe Federal UovernuiMiit over ey loch ol territory which ever belonged to it. Upim oocooditiou what ever, other than this, would 1 consent to peace. A peace iuvoivinv the disintegration of ibe Uuioo, or until the tupreoiary of lie Govercmeot it forttm established, would t I f ply a declaration of perpetual War of ten linn-. Ware tbe floalhere Confederacy to day aeknowledfr.ee1 io the fulloesaof goof fWtth,two ti.oniun. would not elapse be-fore causes of war would arise, sufficient not ooly to justify, but to demand renewal of the cooflict. No two mnnlhs bave passed io the last ten years, et least, io wbicb outrage have not been com muted opno Northern men in the South, which, bad they been perpetrated by a foreign nation, would bave demanded a redrest of grievances, under a pain of tbe suspension of diplomatio relations. On the matter of the nominations I cannot consent that my name shall be used by any party. . While oo tome tbiogs, as you are aware, 1 do not agree with the principles npoo which both tbe State aod National Administrations wete Inaugurated, yet we are a long way past that. Tbe Repub lican party, having wou a political victory, both in the State and in the oation, it enti tled to the endeavor of every man to give it a fair trial in tbe administration of the govern ment. Lot it be understood that without distinctiou of party and without raising parly issues, all men who love the, Union are deter mined to stand by it and the country until thit rebellioo shall be quelled, aod then we may hereafter divide at we please npoo the minor difference or administration of Govern ment." Resolved, Tbat we do not regard thit war at one of subjugation, and in this we are sus tained by tbe declaration of Congress, at its late special session, as offered by Mr. Critten den, and passed almost unanimously, which said : "That tbe present deplorable civil war has beeo forced upoo the country by tbe die unionists of the Southern States, now in arms against the Constitutional Government, nnd in arms around tbe capital ; that io this Na tional emergency, Congress, banishing all feeling of mere passion or resentment, will recollect only its duty to the whole conutry j that this tear is not waged vpon their part in any spirit of oppression, or for any purpose of conquest or subjugation, or purpose of over throwing or intrrfering u ith the rightt or estab lished institutions vf those States, but to d-J'end and maintain the supremacy of the ( 'onstitutinn, and to reserve the Union, with all the dignity, equality, and rights of the several States vnim paired; and that as soon as these ends are ac complished the tear ought to cease." Uu motion of Wm. Kulz, the following waa ouanimoiiBly added to the olber r solutions: Resolved, Tbat tbe war ebould be proseco ted with all tbe energy and power possessed by tbe Government, until disunion is comnlee ly crushed out ; and tbat whilst we are willing to give to every portion or our beloved conn try all their just and Constitutional rights, we we will oppose aoy and all compromises with armed traitors; nevertheless, when tbe au thority of the Federal Government shall have been re-established, and peaceful obedience Io the laws prevails, we shall be ready toco-ope. rate and cooler with all loyal citizens through out the Union, io Congress or Convention, for the consideration of all supposed grievances, the redress of all wrongs, il any exist, and the protection of every right, yielding ourselves, and expecting others to yield, to the will of the whole people, as constitutionally express ed through the ballot box. On motion, the resolutions were unanimous ly and enthusiastically adopted. On motion, Resolved that the proceedings of the Convention be published io the papors of tbe county. Oo motion, tbe Convention adjourned, sine die. Signed by tbe Officers New Advertisements. .m!i;i: a it ti i v a l or SEASONABLE GOODS, AT THE MAMMOTH STORE! OP FRILXNG Sunbory, September & GRANT. 7, 1801. FANCY FUESI1 FANCY PURS 11 John rarHru 7ia Ahcii Strtt, bwweeii ?ili., nnd aih., Sir, (Late 818 Mar Let,) Philadelphia, Jmpnrti.r ft Mnniifactiirrr oi, ami IVnlfr in all kiii'!t of KA.i:V FL'Hi. f..i l.mli..' Mistm,' itiiil Cllil- oreiri wrai. llnviiit iiiw mnnnfnrtiir ed nod m ittie my usiuil inrite and iHfnutilul ansint ;rM Maud imlitie.-tf Fun, nia;iMi ro me r an dimi Winter ttainins, 1 would respectfully iuuiti an examination of my stock and pri'-e. from IhoM intruding In purchase, as I am enabled to vffct tliem very drsimlile iuducementa. All my Furs have been purchased for Cash, and mnil by experienced bauds, aiai as Hie present monetary Itoublrs render it necessary that I should dispose of my goods at a Very small advance oncost. I am sittt.ried that it would he to I lie interest of those who design piiichnsiiff to rive me a call. nr Kecoiiei tthe name, iiiimi.ee aim street : j. r aners, (New Fur Score,) "IS Arch Street, l'hiUidelibuu sept. 7, 181. 5m." TO THE VOTERS OF NORTHUMBER LAND COUNTY. Fellow Citizcna : I offer myself to jou aa an Independent Union Candidate for REGISTER AND REl'ORfDR. Should my ellnw citizens see proper lo give mo majority of their votes, I pledge myself to a faithful performance of their duties of the office. I'ETEK W.UHAY. Sunbury, August 17, 1861. S. L. LERGSTRESSER P II OTOGR APIIIC ARTIST MHOTOGRAPHS. AMHROTYPES. and all lha modern styles of Pictures, executed in a superior maimer. IV Rooms in his CAR, Market Square, 8unhury, Pa. August 10, 1861. Assessors. nPIlE Assessors of Northumberland Couo. A ty, whose business il is to make tbe tri ronial asessmeul, are hereby notified that the hooks for that purpose, ore now ready for de lively at tbe Commissioners' Ollice. 8. D.JORDAN. Commissioners' Office, ) . Sonbury, Aug. 24, 'CI. J To the Voters of Northumberland County. 17EL1.0W Cri lZENS: From the encnur- - aaement 1 iprpivpil fmm itiirdraiiifuri...ril.a county, I offer myself as a candidate for the otfica of ASSOCIATE JUDGE. anbject tn the usages of Ihe democratic party, and ii eiecieu, win perform lha dutiea iusily and inv partially to ihe beat of my ability. 'ABRAHAM KHIPMAN. Lower Augusta township, June lh, 1861. BLANKS! SLAIN IIS ! ! A auppl of Summons', Executions. Warrant. Suposnas, Deeda, Mortgages. Bonds, losses, Naturalisation papera, Justices tnd Constables Fee Bills, Ac, ate., just printed end for sale at thia Ollice. irborr, Apr! 80, fh. -M A 'Tft "I i. to? IV- To the Democratic Voters of Northum berland County. 1 HAVE been induced to permit mv name In I uaed in connection with ' the nominalion for the l.EUlSl.ATUKE, at Ibe ensuing Homo eratie primary election. The solicitation of many warm personal friends in both ends of our county have prevailed wilh me in this matter and should they see proper lo nominate and elect me, it will he mv pleaure, ns Weil aa a duty, to piemote the interests and prosperity of my own constituents, aa well as of the State and oountrv at large. " J. WOODS unowN. Turbut tnwnebjrt, July 6, 1861. Entirely Vegetable. No Alooholio Prepa ration. DIR. EOCFLAITD'S CELKBRATKl) GERMAN BITTERS, Prtpartd ly DR. JACKSON fc CO., Philadelphia, P-nb'i, Will efTectunlly cure Liver Complaint, Drappp. . ia, Jauniliaa, Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diaraae of the Kidnfiva, and all diaeaeea arising from ft disordered Liver or Stomach Suchaa Conttipatimi, Inward Pi In, Fnlnnanr Plnm to in him, Aciuity v itie vintnirh, IN a turn, IRTtrllMirn, Uirsuet fif r HhJ, r UifiVM i Wewlit til the Nimiwh. trur Kiurtatimti, Sinking or Flultcrina; hi the Pitf the $i"mfich, Swimming of ibe Head, Hurried ami OilTictilt HintUiing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or SiifT'.nth, ruMiioiMs when in a lying posture, Diinnem of V in ion, Dot of we I heforethe Hiitbt. Fever und Dull 1'nm in 1I1.1 Heail, Deficiency of Perftpiiiition, Yellowness of the lkm and Kvea, Pain mthePide, Buck, Chest, l.itnha, fte , fml. den Flu tries of Hent, Hunting in the Flesh, Con unit lum gininga of evil, and great Depression tf Spirit", nnd will n..Biiivfly prevent YtiLLUW l'EVEK.blMOl'S FK VKK.fte. The Pronrietm in cnllfnff the attention of the nnhlietn this pie amtimi,does ao with a feeling of the utmost eon fidenre in its virtues and adniitatiou to Ilia diseases for which it is rerommeiided. Il is no new nnd untried art 1 fie, but one thnt hn stood the lest of a twelve yewrs' ttinl before the Anitrimn pio plet and lis reputHtion aud ante are unrivnllcd by any similar prepnnitionextanr. The testimony In its fovor given by the tn"t prominent aud well-known PhvRiciuttft and intti vidiials in nil pnitsof the country is immense, nnd a cure, fill perusal of the Altnnnnr.puhlished anuniilly bv the' pro piietors, and to he hnd gratis of any of their Apents, run not bnt,Mtify the most skeptical that thu reintdv it real I v dtsoi viii(f ttis grent eelebnty it hns ohtai'ied HEAD THE EVIDENCE. From S. Newton Brown, D. D , Editor of Hie Encyclope. dm of Religious Knowledge. Atthonch not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines In general, through rtitrttst of their iimredieiitt and effects, I yet know of no sufficient renson why n mint may not testily to (he hetieht he believes htmselt to have received Iron, any simple preparation, 111 the hope thnt he mnvthus contribute to the benefit nf others 1 do this the mote readily in retrntd to "Hooflnnd's Ger man Miitcts,1' prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of thiscitv, because I was prejuciced agninst Ihcm for years, iinib-r the impression that they were chterlv an nlcoholte mixture. I am indebted to my friend Rolwtt Hhoemitficr. 1., for the removal 01 tnis prejudice ny proper tests, and lor encour agement to try them, when suffering from prent mid long continued debih) The use nf thiee hot lira of ihese Hit ters, at the I ice inning or the prvsetit year, was followed, by evident relief, nnd restoration to a degiee of loriily and mental vieor which I hml not fellfrstx mouths before. and hnd almost despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God and my friend for directing me 10 the use of Minn. rnihtra., Junetrj, immi, j iuv tu.n ukuuin. August 31, IMU. ly AUDITOR'S KOTICE. In the Orphans' Court of Northumberland County. In the matter nf the final account of William I.. Dewart, Guardian of Mary C. Malirk ; fPHE undersigned Auditor, appointed by said Court to settle and aitjust raid account, will alter d fur that purpose at his office, in Sunlmry, Tuesday, the 81th day of Srptem'ier, 1861, when nil persona interested may attend, if they think proper. HARRIS PAINTER, Auditor. Sunbury, August 24, Ie61. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Martin K. Bachman, now In the Court of for tbe use of Abraham i ivuminirii i lean ui r Tii c linhner vs. Henry W'cise. Northumberland co. ven. Kx. i0 38 AuguetTerm, 1861. Holice is hereby given that the undersigned Auditor, appointed by the said Conrt to distribute the monies in Court, in the above case, will attend for that purport at his office, in Nunlury, on Tuesday, the Hih day ol Oelober next, when all persona interested may attend, if they think proper. HAhlUS r A1I 1 Eii, Auditor. Sunbury, August 24, 1861. mm, HI aHt STto The Great Cure for Consumption If vou have a cold, use. Wishart'a Pine Tree Tar Cordiol ! If you have acmich, use Wiaharl'a Pine Tree Tar Cordial ! If you have Asthma, usn Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Coidial ! If you have Sore Throat, use Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial ! Ifyou have Bronchitis, use Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial ! Ifyou have Consumption, use Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an unfail insc remedy fur diseaae of tbe Kidney s, l.'rinary oinplainls, Ulmtl and Iilt'tnling Piles, fWrvuu IMdlity, and for Female weakness and Irrrgu larilira. The well known efficacy of Pine Tree Tar in the cure of external afle etions or Surf, (minli'd it out as the Natural Kemrdj fur what I'iiysn iiuis call Tubercular HVctiuus(lhat it lo say, Survs.) upon the Lunge, it remained to discover the best means uf application, which discoveiy has been made, aa a thousand testimonials prove, by tbe Proprietor nf Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial ! If you have DYSPEPSIA, use Wishart's Great American Dyspepsia, Pill! A sure cure Warranted fur one dollar, or the Money Refunded ! Buy a box and take them according to direc lions, and if they do not cure you, the money will be returned. Asknts Wm. Weimer, Northumberland. A. W, Fischer, Suiihury. Call at either place, and get a descriptive Cir cular. I.. Q. C. Wishart, proprietor, No. 10, North Second, Philadelphia. August 10, 1N0I. ly SUNBURY STEAM FERRY A N D 'J' n W INOllUA T C O M P A N Y. ''-RAVF.LLER8 and others are respectfully informed thai tha subscriber, in order to ac commodate the pol.lic and facilitate travel, h is reduceJ the ralea of finiHge at bis STEAM FERRY, over Ihe Susquehanna, at Kuiihuiv. and will carry Passengers, Horses, Carnages, and other vehicles, at the following rates, vis: Foot Passengers, each fi cents. Hora and Rider, 15 Horse and fuggy, 25 - Two-Horse Conveyance, 49 " Farmers and others, wishing lo transport Coal and Produce, can make arrangements at still lower ratea. A large, safe and commodious Steamboat will rnn regularly aud promptly at all hours of the day, and to accommodate those who desire to at tend Ihe Churches at Sunbury and Seliusgrove, the Boat will run on Sunday. Tha Steamboat wilt run from Market Street Warf, and promptly convey Passengers from both sidea of the River, without delay. Tbe Steam Ferry now affords not only a safe and convenient transit over Ihe Susquehanna, but also a pleasant ami agreeable rule. 1 RA T. CLEM E.M' Lessee and I'roprietor. Sunbury, May US, Ittfll, A Good Chance for an Enterprising Man tHE sulcriber wants a partner iu Ihe Mar ble huainese, a sober perstrvaring man who can speak both lit English and German langua ges, to on that will suit, no cash capital required For pailkulars inquire of JOHN A. TAYLOR. KerQiussbairlaad, A. 9, IMl.la ., Taxes ! Taxes ! Taxes ! rSHIj Doonl of hi hiiol IMrectnra anil Sujirrvl sora ol 1 1 on ils In lwiialiiis wlier unwaleil l.amla are eitualrd, ar. Iierel.y reietrj to fur tiisli ihe IVmmiMtinnrra of Northumberland county, with ie rate r rent for the yearn lrliiti til, on ftliool and Koal Tax H. I). JORDAN, Clerk. Cimmi'sioner'a office, ) H.M .. IhK ST. 'fi. amaa Liital STYLE OF SfRIiW AKD SUMMER GARMENTS, ARB CONaTANTlff MADE at lha Fashionablo Tailoring1 Establishment of JACOB O. BECK, Market Mrect, SUNMCIl V, Pa. T E subscriber has just received end opened " Irce Ksaurtment HPHI,(1 A Nil MUM MF.R COO 1 1", suchss CLOTHS, OF EVERY INSCRIPTION A OIIAI.ITY. riain and Fancy CasBimerea. Yestings, &o. of the latest at) les. In addition lo his etock he is constantly receiving nrw supplies from the cits keeping a full assortment of ihn most substantial and latest at) le of Ooode in the city markets. Me is prepared to make lo order all kinds of cii'.li'tnon s and Coy's wear, such aa DKEM8 COATS. FROCK-COATS. IHTsI- NESSCOATS, YToVTS PANTA I.OON. Ac.&c. of the very latest style, and in the most substan tial manner, at sl.ort notice. Any Good not on hand, will be furnished from Philadelphia, by giving two dny'a notice. I & Call and exuminu my stock, no charges made for showing. JACOU O. BECK. Snn'iurv, May II, IRfil. JOHKS & CROSLEY. SOLK MAM-FAirri'ItKBS OF TIIF. IMPROVED OUTTA PECHA C E M E N T HOOFING, The cWnpeft nnd tnnst iurMt Rnofing in use. It is Fire atin vhipt rrnni. It ran be applied n new nntl nltl Itncfi of nil kitit. and t tliii.g!e HHr without remuving the himfie. The Cost is only about One-Third that ot lin, and it a twice ns Durable. GITTA I'KRCIIA C K M Fa N T . For prewvintr nnd ff rMiirinjr Tin nnd ntlier Mctiil It(Kr nf vrrv dpsciipii'ti, fn-m tiff ifitf eliiwticity, is n t injured hy Ihr fuiiiriiciii'ii mifi fX iiniiii of nit-tuis, nnd will imt cluck i c'U) r inn iu vvnitii wciitlici. I'lu'st inntrriiilM Imve In en lii'roi nhlv trfird in New Yotk nnd nil pTiriR nf Ihe H't.ihf-rn nnd YVtern Starn. nnd we cuii give al)UiidutitBptttofuf all we clmni m ilitir tnvr. Tlieynr rendity applied by or iniiry laboreri, at a tri fling expense. tii a r ir KtM.fi- ii.r.u. TIicbo nialeriiilffiire nnt un rnut fnr use, and for shin- pinirtitnll pnri-uf the country, with full piintfd dirttt oi.a for iippliriitimi. Full drwnptive cirrulnta will le ftirnisJn-d on eppiiiMt limi hy tnuil r in person nt iur Pritieipnl t'lTice and Wnrc hniiBc, 78 WIIJ.lAM 8TKKET,. (Corner uf Liberty Ptreet,) New Vork. Ar.FiTiTS Wavikd f Termi Cafh ! ! Jure 1. l6 ly ATTENTION Tbe Dest Military Book ever Published NOW READY, BAXTER'S VOLUNTEER'S MANUAL Containing full instructions for the RECRUIT, in the Kcbools of the Soldier arid Sipiad, pivon in the mott Simple Style, and all the information necessary foi the forming of CORPS Or HOME GUHlS Illt'strated with over I (10 engravim, showing the Dill'errnt Pos lions in the Facings and Manual ol Arms, and complete direcliuiis relative to Loading and Firing. Arranged ac cording, to SCOTT'S SYSTEM OF TNFANTRV TAC TICS, And in conformation with the army require ments for the present War, by Lt.Col. D. W. C. B AXTER, of the National Guard. THIS DOOK IS OFFICIALLY APPROVED OF. The instructions Riven are of the creates! im portance to the rew volunteer, and should be thoroughly understood, being 'indispensable to the instruction of a company. Hound in one volume, 12ino.,fi2 paces, Paper Cover, price 2.r cents. Flexihle ('loth, 3rt conla. 'I he sume Work Is also published in the (lerniau Language, at the smne price, and i the nnlv German Book of American 'Panics pub1 lished in tbe United Slates. Agents ami Canvussem Wanted. To engage in the sale of this Wnik, in every x.oi) City, 1 own and Village in Ihe country. Prue per l'ozf.n Copies, .. Kiliy " " ' Hundred" 15.00 All orders accompanied with the Cash will bo dibiiatcheJ immediately, either hy posr or express, II" ordered by post. Stamps mnst he enclosi-d to tiny postage. It' hy express, the liciuht can be paid on delivery. SONG FOR THE VOLUNTEER. The Ctimp'l'ire Towpaninn. A New and Oiiciual Collection of Military and Patriotic Snug': ailanlcd especially for the iiresriil Campaign. One vol. (Vino. With il iusiralioua. 1'aper cover, 15 cts. Flexible Cloth, 25 cts. Single Copies ol the shove Book MAILED FREE OF POST ACE. To any address in the United Elates, upon re ceipt of the price, by KINO & B.1UI, Printers and Publishers. (1117 StitsiiM Sr., Philadelphia. To whom all Orders should be aduresscd, Mav 18. ISM 6 t A R E G E el. Hja Rich Figured linreges. 19, 2.'ainl 31 rents, Harege Robes. $:l 50. 4 Oil ami $5 00, Mozambique Rubes al i 00, Traveling llres CtoiU, Shepherd's Plaids, MubaT Plaiils. I iliij.hsiii's. Lawns. Punts, Challies, Grey Figured (mods. COOPER A. CON A I'D, S E corner Ninth and Market, Philadelphia. N H Dest quality Hoop Skirts, 94 cents to S 25. May 18. 1H6 1. Tau e1; bail" Tj er s WHOLESALE 1KD RET A II. CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT, S. E Corner Second and Chestnut $U. IMilliulelplila. AGKNCY fnr ll.e lATKN T V.Q I ' A I J ZI NO Til I ft TV UA V CLOCKS, h veiy tfisii(illp uMicle lor t uunii e, HotttH, Hanki, .NniiiMnx Htt, lnrlorw, tVn, wt M-iiiuiurtiirrr t'l r l K liUl.U I'bAb, CtiW'ait Teiuirc1 unit yai rtinttnj. CU'vk Tiniiiuingai l evry iitwriptioii, rinlmifh.hiH, Jtmuary IU, lHU.--3y MANHOOD. HOW LOST, HOW UIXroRKl), Jl -T PUJUsfHl'D IN A PEALKD ENVbLOl'K ; A l.KCTt'RK on lha Ntur, treHtmfitt, aiu) Radical Curei'l SptiiiiUiriha.i, ir Hrthiiml WoHkiieti.ihtJuti) He bihly, NerV'umpB hihI invntuitiurv viiiiviioiin, prtxluriii( iiuptvteiicy, C'iuuiptiiii mid Mrntaltiiul l'bytt-ul Debility. By ROUT. J. CTl.VKRWKm M P., The .mituriaiil (net thnt Hie awful e-Httuenc'f of mt ( a I him muy m eilwtually reinnveJ wiiti'tut iinrnutl mnli. enit4 f lh dJiiwiHi iMtlimlioii l Huiiii-a, iimtru roeitl nmiifwietl Ueuttit, mut miter .iimiphI dvi hrfts clmrly driiituifaitiirU, and i lie ruiirrly new nd hiuiily auccrasiul trwtlmieiit, at atipttd by the rrlfUatt-d autluir fully emplaniwl, by nttwua of M lnrhevary me emdtlrti tii cure liiniaelf prffwilv, mid M tUm IimM p"ili t, therdty avindiiifi all tli adverliaed lusatruiiia nf thadny. Thia lei'ium will prove a impm ii iitoueniuivaiiu ibodmiiiiib hetit under aeal. in a pUin envus-tp?, li any atldirna, ptvat paid, on the ieH ini nf two pnatr ittmpi, by adbeiiiu(. lit CH J O.kUNK, li.7 Howety, New Vuik. Yumi IMPORTANT TOI, OVERS OF aa co ua cu z 11RIOHT & fu.. Invito attention to their Stock of Prime Green and Black Ton. June IS, HOI. JICEEI SS JOTS SUMMER GOODS J AT PRICE TO SUIT THE TIMES. E. r. BRIGHT Sl SON, IJAVli UECKIVED OF ALL KZKDG OF GOODS, HANDSOME, DURABLE AND SZ2 JS3ST 1333 T GJ GREAT BARGAINS AND Splendid I due cmente TO P "J ?a Z H JL S E ?a AT THE ONE 1TJCE STORE, OF E. Y. BRIGHT k SON. Sunbury, June 15, IKUi. II. E. HOOKEK Sc CO., llOl lllislEK, N. Y JOHN W. Bl'CHER, Lornl Ayein, Sunbury Pa. rjlhe subscriber, havinij: been eppointed local i Afienl lor the sale uf Fruit trees, plants vines, &.e., of one ui the most reliable Nurseries, cilia the attention of all who waul choice fruit to this method, as more cci tain than by oblainiuu I hem Munich Irnvellnj; amenta. Among those desciilied in the (.'aiuloua are, Llwurl' Pear Trees, of the age for transplanting, remarkably line. Dwarf Apple Trees, on Paradise Storks, mi kiiU beuutilul little tries lor the garden, and pro dueint; icinarkably tii.c specimen of fruit in a very short tune. iitvaif Cherry Trees, budded on Mahaleb hloeks, handsome trees. HUmluid A)iple, Pear and Cherry Trees, very fine, willi a lurne list of vaiietics. Peach, Plum, Nectarine und Apricot Trees. (iooseberry, lilucklerry ui d Strawberry Plant all ol the tine.t kinds. Currauis, many new and improved varieties, such aa Cherry, Vi bile tirupe, bite (ioudouiii, luil tirape, Vntoiia, &c. Sirmvlirrry Plants, in great variety, including the Hooker, W ilson's Albany, Triomphie de Oand, (the uiost approved old varieties,) as well as all lite novellies. (rape Vines, including those (ine, new, yet well l-i-ied kinds, wbieh no planter should be without, such is Delaware, Conconl, and llart lurd I'rnlilic These we have propitiated so ex tensively as to able lo oiler them at reduced and satiefactory prices. Plants, Roses, Kvertireene and every variety of ornamental trees and bhrubbery, aecurtly packed JOHN W. UI C1IEK, Agent, Kunbury Pa. Sunbury, Pebuaiy, S, IKtil. Kcw Millinery Goods. .fllas ,11. 1 ,l .VW.I.U, Fawn Street, two ibtors south oj the Shamok in I alley Pottsville Rait Rad, BTJNDTJRY, PENN'A., UKt'l'KCri't l.l.Y informs Ibe cinzeus of ISL'NUL'RY and vicinity, that she has just received from Philadelphia a large and si leudid assortment of Ihe moat fashionable and latest style nf il A T 8, h H A K K R 8, TRIM M lMlt. &e. which she is selling at the most reasonable prices 'lo which he tlirecia the attenlion of ibe UJwa and iuvilea all lo call atij ihrio. Thankful for tat iUonag, ahe hop? by keeping to 1-ct.t ataorlmcut t reanoual.Iti jjricra locontinuo tho a ma. Btbur-f, April O, Jf If 3aa LIVE AND LEAUN 1 LET THE TEOr-LE STILL. CONTlXtJE TO LITE. AND THEY WILL SOON LEARN THAT FAILING & GllANT, AT TUB MAMMOTH STORE, ARE HULLING GOODS CHEAPER tlian can ba purchased elsewiirre. ' -A- FHESH 8UPPL V Just received lijr Hailroad this week. REMEM LEU THIS, AND PKOFIT DT IT. Sunbury, Decrmhcr 16, I8fi0. J. A. CRANDALL's" PATENT SPRING HOUSES 470 BEO AD WAV, NEW VOUIC. MiouM he in every family. School, Gymnasi um. Asylum. Btnl HuFjiitu! in the lurid. Ara not TJAMjEKOI;, like the common Rorkinj Horse. Stands firm on lis Pedestal, will not wenr CARPETS, and bas no Rockers to injur Ihe Feet. 'Ilcakta and happiness In the samt aiiWIs." N P. Willi FROM THE "HOME JOURNAL." "Of all tho child-furniturejwe "have ever seen no article combines so much of those two itnpor tant things health and happiness as the Ad justahli! Patent Steel Spring Saddle-Horse, in vented by .lease A. Criinilnll, It is not dnnger- ous, liko a common rocking-horse, to children's feet, cannot be upset, does not wear carpts, hut stands firm on its have, and its action is so liko ihe gallop of a live horse that the child never wearies of it. This ,atest of child-novelties is ex ceedingly elegant nnd artistic in design ; and f ndjusluble, substantial, and durable, that it will last a liletiinc. It is indispensable in every family where there are children. It should ha in every primary school and gymnasium in tiio country, as it can be m.idc large and strong .'nough to sustain grown persons. Aa a pedeatul for photographic pictures, nothing is more beauti ful. "Every Oiphan Asylum and Institution where children are congregated, should he furnished with a number of these beautiful articles. They ure lilted with side-saddles when required." DIRECTION'S POK ADJUSTING. Open the after part of the base sulliciently to allow the axle to go in its place ; then raise or lower thu Horse to suit you. Screw the bolts in tha aids very tigjit. fW These Horsea ara WARRAFTED one year. March 16, 1PB1 tf SUKBURY ACADEMY. rpHESL'MMKHTf.R.M of the Sunbury Academy wol J Commence un the e in nf April. The coma4 f inftiruotin euibrncct every dcpml ment i-f fcdtunti'Mi tmijzli in our bcrt AcHdemiea, pre(-Mniig tu'leuta one culicr fT a pruirMiuu or ti entet any uia wi Culk-e. TKKM3 PKR QUARTER: Omm-in Pebwl Itratichea, -1 00 Higher Kit! it'll lrnich?a, 5 i U Isatinand Oivcl: lsangimgut. 7 OO Tnittn to bepftid ttft're the mKMleof the tenn. tt irdcun be hud iu pnvule luin.lica el fioni 1 72 W S-2 di week. R P. WOLVERTOX, Principal. Sunbury, Marrh Si1, ItCO. DO YOU WAXTWIlHKKRSr DO YOU WANT A .MOtTACHK? DO YOU WANT A MOUSTACHE ? fUIIiughaiu's 1 clt'brafecl STIMULATING ONOUEX1 For the JVhiskirs ami Hair, Tin? auliacri1er Itike pleusnre in Biuinuncinp to the ci:i zentitti the Lnitfil fttuit-a, that they have t bUrnt'l tl Aficy tur, an Jure n"W enabled touffei tn the Anieri(jm pntihc, the uUuve juully ctlcbruLfe und worlU-u-tiowiivJ uiticle. The Stimulating On ff vent is prep;irtd by Dr. O. V. Itellinsitnin, un eminent plyticiatl ot iMiiiun, Ht'.d is warranted ti bung out a thick let of Whiskers or Moustache in from three to nix. week a. The miiele il the only on of the kinil nf-l l y the Freuvti, and in Luiitj'nuud fa ria it la in univerrnl una ll iM u lui')iiliil. rc'iicmicul, aontlmiff, vet at imubil tn iii'v'uiut, Hctickt na if bv inncir nix n ihe riKi, cnuMtiu a titHifiil growth t f luxunrini hmr II h polled to tbe -k uip. t will eure (MNlnexa, nnd i-tomr to anrii.t! up in nlnc-e f the b-tldspotaa tine growth ol huir. Applied acci'idirg to iiirrrii'itta it will turn red or lowy hmr tbok, and rtii ' cmy Imir t ilaotigiutil clor, lettviu it 'tt. mx-tn, to.tl nnihle. I lie iitirieiil ' is un indiFpt nnulc arm le in t?'t( Liiikin;iii tt t 'i.-t. niiA inter one week a ue they w u'd nt for hiiv coi.siikTalion be without tt. The auburribcra re the only Aaen'a fr the article lit the Ui.ifd rtnlei, to whom nil orders musi le tuldr s-ed. I rice Ore l)h;ir a Ihix fur t h bv nil Dnnieista nnd Dealfia: or a Itox tf the Oueuent1 (warranted to have l be dfured eilt-ci) will be win to any who tifiirt it, by mail, ilircct, tuielv pu -kec. on receipt o pi ice and l'- hl- age, tfl,!. Apply to or adtlrcn Ml'HAtl. Is. 1IU.iA. ft CU., DrurfzitilB, Ac.. William St., New Yolk. Fornalent tf.i ollice. March 30, 1M,. hOUniOH illlLHIi, Attorney a Law, SUNBURY. Northumberland Co.. Pa (Formerly Trceliuru, nvder count?. 0FFli;E, Market iStrt'tl, a frw donr-i eaht of tho -Norther i: 1'rtiiral Kailron J Depot and Xwo di'ora went of the Vost Office. Alt TroieifMonnl Hushh-cs, CuULCtiunu, &c.t will recciM) i i-Mnpt altL'iitioti, Murcli 30, lhtii. DUUGS AND MEDICINl, BICIIASD A. FISCHER'S n.WI.Mi (.iircliawd (lie store furnirrly hrpt l.y A. V. f l.-l HEU.tiewoiiM re-ioiifuliy call the attmtiuii uf lh iutlic U his nell sulei't. e J stuck nf MEDICI.NES. l'AI.8. PAINTB CHUMI- Oils, Ujr Sliilis, Varnishes, Pcrrumrry, Fancy A i lii Us, Cue Hair ii n J i ooih Urusl'rs, ranry foaps. i russea, die. ybysician I'rrsrriiliuns anil Family Ri"csi'l accurattily vompuuMieJ at all hours, l y an vx riincc.l lJruseist anil Apt llnrsiy. KE.M KMUKH Hie (ila.e, uii.lrr th c lh "Sun'mry Amt riian." Hniihurv, June i'i Iriiil. !)moa BLACK SILK COATS ' UoreJ Manilas, I'nplin UukUrs, French Kaquea, bilk basijuinea, Newest Desigua. A'hb.I Mails, or Mail In Onler CODl'Ki: & CON Alt II, B. Corner Mntli ai.d Markri, rkii4''hia. IrUrl), Iktt.