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BENT-BY EXPRESS Usl V JblH V WJrlEBB. Retailed at Wholesale Prices, Made to Measure at $18 per doa. Oil BIX POIl NISH3 DOl-IiARS, Irilhout Cellars on, with Cillars on (3 per doa. extra. macb or snv vonK milli Kcaw, I With flu. l!ni Besomr, and warranted s roeJ Blilrt M cold to ths retail iuc.1 at 'Je each. ALSO, TUB VEI17 BWT FT1IR TIIAT CAS EB UADU AT (4 hAi.lL P ft, Tlifie who tlilnk I cannot make agoed ("Met f.r tlS rCT 1'-'B "J""- U' cort cf .own 1S fine shlrta. 80 vrd of Nw-TorkMI!'i nra'tln at Hfc per y J. IH 7 vards cf One Mnen, at Mc, J yard, Making and cutilng,. J' lanndrr, f 1 1 buncos and coltcn,M,i! J 'J Trout M Tout '8 00 Self Measurement for Shirts. Prlntel directions lent free evcrrwhere, and so m o understand, thai at.y on MB tale their ownBCWur. forsMrt. I warraut a good fit. Tl.e cash to be paid t she Express Company oo receipt of goods. I The Krprcse clnrgos on onsdottn BlUrts from Kew Tork to New Orleans Is $1. p fj PARTIES WISHING BIIIRT3 IS nACTE.not tiaving time to send for Kulee of Measurement, should send per mull, prepaid, ope of best lilting shirts they tmve got, stating any alterations that may be required. 7 S. W. H. WARD, from London, 387 Broadway, up stairs, between WUW WeJWcr Streets 'tCW-fORK-Maim IK. letil. - II Liter's Sarsaparilla FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD. And for the speedy enro of the fallowing complaints t frrrofiilnanA ffrrofulotis Affect Ions. sur It Mia Tnmoi'Da tlrrii, Mores, Krnplloni, IMiuplci. IMiatulrs. llloti Ilea, IS oils, mains, nud nil bklii OJscotee Oakland, Ind., 6th June, 1 f?00. J. C. A Ten & Co. Uvnti I 1 feol it my duty to ac knowledge what jotir Sflri'irilla Iim done for toe. Hating Inherited a Screfulnii! infection, X have suffered from it in variouii ways for yt'ar. Sometimet It burst ut fn l;lceiK co luy luiiitia hiiJ armi; nietiuu8 it turned in Hid and ilintruastil nip at tlie MtuniHcIi Two jia'n figo it broke out on my In-ml and rovtrwi uiy sculp and emu with otn? sur. vliirh painful and lontbfionia beyond dtiiL-rftttion. I tiiid itinny ni diclnrn and icTeral phyHicinn. but without mucb relkf from any thiug. In tict, tbo diflrdtr (rri'W woiitv At lcngUi I vai rejoiced to rend lu the iiOF- Mj9t.ngr that ou had prtparudi o alteiatire (?nPaparilio), fr 1 knew from jour reputa tion that any tMn ou tnitde rount be uoil. I eeut to CincinuutiundK,)t it, and uvt-d it till it cured me. 1 took It, as you advi?f, in en. nil dutie of a tfniKKuful over a month, and uaed alutot-t three hultU-t. New mid healthy akin soon begun tn tbim wmUr the Hcab, which after a bile fell off. My klu U now char, and 1 know by vay tVtiliiiK) that the dist-iue hn gone from my pvtrm. You ran well Iwlieve that I ft-l what I am wiying when I tell you, that I hold yon to be one of the apottlw of the aga. uud remain aver fiiatelully. Your, ALir htl) B. TALhEV. St. Anhonya Fire, Roue or Eryelnclae, Tetter and Salt Hheuin, Siohl Head. Ktiigworuit sore Kycs, Ilropay Dr. liubcit M. Pieble writ eg from Pulem, N. Y., 12th fcpt., Is6i, that be him cured an Inrrternte cava of X-Ytfj'try, which threatened to tormiimte fatally, by the Iterieverlug use of our 4rfapMrilla. and alo a duugroua Malignant Lrynprla by irt doaea of the aame; aaya he curea the cotumou rupUmit by It coutttantly. Bronchocole, Goltve or Swellad Neck Zebulon Sloan of Pronpert, Texaa, writea : " Throa bot tla of your SarsapHriila curod me fiom a &itre a hld oua iwelling on the lied, wlticU I had au0eid fiom aver two yean." Leucorrliofft orM'htiea, Ovarian Tnmor, Vterlne Ulceration! Female Dlaenace. Dr. J. B. 8. Channlng. of New York City, writea I moat cheerfully comply with the rerjuetit of your agent in anrlnir I h&va found vnur KarMtnarilla a moat excellent alters tire in the n inner ont contplaintft for which wo eniplor auch a remedy, but Kpecwiy in nmam jnscasu cf the ticrofuloua diathwis. I have cured many inveter ate raoea of Ieencorrhcea by It, and aomo where the com nlftint wn caiiuMl bv tdctratum of the trftrui Th ulcer ation itaelf woaaoou cured. Not h luff within my kuowl fdjrc equals It for theae female duruuftemonta." Kdward 8. Marrow, of Is'ewhnrv, Ala., writea, u A dnn geroua ownun rumor on one of the fcmnlea in my family. which bad defied all tlie temeuiea we cmiia employ, naa at length ben completely cured by ynur Extract ofSar aenarllla. Our idivKlclan thotiirhr nnthina but extirpa tion conhl afford ivlier, but lie adviaed the tilal of your turiftparilla ns the laxt resort before cuttiu, ami it proved effectual. After taUlnirycur remedy eight waeka bo aymptom of tuo disease rvumina." ByplillU and Merctirlal Dlacaae. Nrw Orleans, 'i&th Aueunt, 1859. Tn. J. 0. Atxb t S?ir, I cheerfully comply with tho re oueat of your acent. and report to Ton aome of tho eftecta 2 hnvo realized with vour Sarararilla. I have cured with it, in my practice, mnut of tie com friainta for which It In recommended, and hare ffmud III etTi'Cta tnilj wond-irul In the cure of Vntereat and Acr atrial Ihicttb . One of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers In hia throat, which were consuming hla palate and the top of his mouth. Your eitranpanlla, ateaully taken, cured bira in five weeks. Another was attacked by ivo ondary aymptoma In hia nose, and the ulcerntiou lmd cnteu away a coutidurablu part of it, ao that 1 believe the Ui "order would aoon reach his brain and kill him. Hut It yielded to my edmitiiatnitln of your barsatvarllla: the ulcere healed, and he is well again, not of course without some disfiguration to hi frtce. A woman who had been treated for the anuie disorder by merenry wan Buffering from thia poison in her bouos. 'Ibey bail become ao kxx aitive to the weather I tint on a dump day the aulTered cx cruciatinK pain in her joint? and bone, fcb?, tco, wne cured entirely by your bamitpaulla In a few weeka. I kuow from its formula, whirh your auiit gave uie, that thia Preparation fiom your laboratory mut lea tu-at rvmedyt consequently, tlieso truly remarkable rekulta wua n navo noi i-uipiieieu me I'ratwiially youta, G. V. LAIUMO, I. B. Khenmatlam. Oovit, Liver Complolnt. iNi'EprNnrsca, rrc-tton C. Vh- Ctli July, loV. Br. J. C. Avra: Mr. I have been alllicted with a pain f'.il clinniic HhrumattsM for a Innn liuia.whhh baftb-d the akill of phyHlriruiR, and atink to me in ipite cf ail the remcdh'tf l 'could liud, until J ti led your 8&nvnnril!a. One bottle cured me in two weeka, and roHtored niy ffeneral lienlih ao muU that 1 am far letter thou bti'i t'e I wai attacked. 1 thluk it u wonderful medicine. J Hit AM. Julea Y. Getchell, of St. IuK writes t I have lhn ftliiK-tcd for year with an nfhctwn of tint itrer, whirh destroyed m health. I ti if dowry thing, anlovery thing fit il Bd to roliuve met and I have been a biokfu-down mnn fur aome yeora from no oiIht rnune than frflifnr-rt of ific i-ncr. Piy Litiovrct nior. ue ttev. Air. r.vpy. aqvuea ino to try yur ui-s;ipat illu. bt-raiifio lie iaid In.' knew you. and anv thins you made wax woith tr.viiip. lty the bltia liiC oi Ood It haa cured m.', cud ha ro purilicd my blcod uu ta mnke u new mini of me. I it-el young again. The bet that can le auid of y-ju U Dot hiilf good enough." fit lilrrua. Cancer Tumors, Knlorpemcnt, I lceraliou, (ni lti and li.xtoilatton lite ituikea. A icrnt variety of casei have bfan reportffl to nn where cnren of there furmhlublo complaint buvo rebtiltrd ficni Hi tue vi Itii- i t-nutly, but our tpace here will not admit tluni. Eutne of tin-in dih le found in our Ameiirun Almanac, whk'li tha agent's Mnw liumod are pleafc-d to fuiuiitb uitu to ail who call for lhtm. P eiain. Heart DUraae, Fit, Kpilep ay, Jllt-lniicltol) f N'tiirnljcia Muny ri'Uiarlti.bl'' cnr.'H id' (beite nfltftif hnre been nnuU- by thv nib nttiie i 'ur of lliii medirlue. it Btiinu latta Hi.' vii?i I luiiTli' ii into vion-ut action, and thua ovt.Ti (.uifs ditii,ti tthit-h would be auppoed Uyond its rvt'h. fcn -It a i tnu-tiy luw lon been reijuired by the ne CfhUof tl.e people, and we are innfldvut that thia will do for th m all that meditiue can do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rem tub nx'iu ci ne op Cnnghe, oltl. Influrnzn, Iloinrntil, (.roup, liroacliit In. Iiit lptriit on .umpttuii, .fitl for the Itellt'f of 'oii.iimiittv l'Htleut. In .tlvniirril Slue. of tli. Dl.oiic. Tlits le a rel.v t-a tnlviaily known to fiirpase anr otbvr fi r th tine f ilinut and luni rnitluiiit. thut it ti ujvU-m b-re t pul.li.li tlie evi'Wtice of tie virluie. iu li'.rivaHd cxrrll--liro fur ruuebe end cold, aiid it. truly oinl.-rful cuie4 of piilmoimry iMmiim, Iiuvo made it known throughout tlio civiliud nalluiis of the cnith. Fvw nre ilia ei uiuiiitiitit-e. or even iumilit-e, aniontt tlu-ui tilio have not 'mo pn-ftntial exririice of ita i-11iK't- icuio living Ir.ipliy In their miJi t of lie viclory or-r ttie entitle noa u:iiil-ioih otsol-OtTK w (ne luinnianu luut:.. A. Hll know the du adiul fulnlltv of thieo diwmler, and al they know, too. Die elf.H'tf of ihin remedy, we uied not do more than to iw.uro thi-m that it has now all the vir Hire that it did have when maUn the curra wLicb huve won eo etronicly upon the coufuu.ure of mankiud. Prepared b j Sr. J. C. AYES & CO., Lowell, Mai. SiUiliy riiUiieJk Utnnt, ard A. V. Fiwlifr, Punl ny J K. Cii!"W nod C, biown. Miiiou; Ir W'enck. Mo t.wetiivilie ; Ht-iffcnjdcr A Chiiemnn, Turbutvilie ; 11 . il M i:.y. Noiihunil-erUii.d and hy Dealcife evtrywlivl.. AiilW. . ly "N" tf'O or Death The (ul.acrilcr Uk B i iilraaur. ii amiouiit-inR ibat iliey aia now prepared to mail fjrer) to Ibuao v. ho wish it, a copy of an iniporiiuit liitle work, by tlie lute Dr. H rem iton, vntillril "'l'he Invaliil'a Mediral I'on. fidant," puLlnhtu for III. brnefit, and ae a warn' itig to j ounfr I'l' it and ereoua wlio mller from Nervotil Li.bility, 1'reinator. Decay, eVc &c, aupjilyiiig the meuua of aelf cur. The rcaJer ia iritenlilily led to compat. useful lift with an IjjiioMe death. Keailer, loaa not a tnonient, but aenj your ad dreea for a coy of thia little work. Addreta tba I'ubLehcra IR JOHN B OfJDBN i CO. tU& 6S John Mt.,Naw Yarlw II. A. J. J. GBEATE3T EXCITEMENT SEASON I OP THE riULING k GRANT t the MAMMOTH STORE, av. Juet rcceieed a KEW AND DESIRABLE Stock of FALL tj WINTER GOODS A very mttMisive aeaortmcnt of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Confuting in part of Iiloik and Fancy Silka of very choice patterns DFUEGES, Ducals, Cuelunerra. Krcncli and English Metinoe, Plain and Figured Wool Delaines. Mus!inDclainea of all sty lea and pricea'. Foulards, Thibet Cloth, Toil De Chevres. Saxon'and M'ool 1'laiJj. I aDIES' FL'RS, broche, Buy State and ricty, Ac., &c. Wool SHAWLS of every vb Gentlemen's Dress Goods, of every style, consulting of Cloths, Catimerea, Kattinetts, Kentucky Jeans. Tweed, Velvet Cord, Velveteen, Vesting. of every variety. Our stock of Silk and Silk Velvet t estings, cannot be surpassed in the country. Please call, and examine them. CLOTHING ! Our stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, has been replenished, and we have a full assort ment of OVERCOATS DRESS COATS. Patiui and Vests, Overcoats and Dress Coats for Boys of all ages. ALSO, a very handsome assortment of HATS .A.TSTID CAPS of every style and variety at the lowest prices. Our stock of HARDWHRE has been renew' ed and we have now a larger assortment llinn ever before cllercd to our customers, consisting in part of Sausage Cutters, rocket Cutlery, Butcher Knives Mayer Hinges, Boils and Pad Locks, X Cut c-aws, Mill Saws, Scoop Shovels, &c, Ace, &c., 4-c, &C-, &c. gueciiMvarc and Glassware. 7 of every variety at the VERY LOWEST PRICES. Our stock of GP.OCEHIES is very fine. We have the best quality of Syrup Molassea ever before ollt-re to the citizens of Suubury and vicinity. CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE of every sanity. Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, SADLERY. BOOTS AND SHOES, 4c, &c Also a Iresh supply of Drugs, Oils, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Puints, Dye Staffs, Gluss, Brushes, &c, Particular care having been taken in the ae lection of our goods in regard to quality, vtyle and trice, we cull the attention of the public to our large stock to which constant additions will bo made Thankful for prist favors, we hope to merit a conuiiuauce ot toe patronage ol the public by selling cheaper tluni ever. Give us a cali before purchasing elsewhere. FRILING &. GRANT, Sunbury, Nollemher 17, lWtiU. TO ALL, THOSE II 4V1.VO Farms, Parks or Gardens. IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA. A rare chance is now afforded to select and order FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Vmti. thruhtM'iy, dcfroin the celehrotrd Clver Street JNuroite iicutra al uooutrater, iw Vtuk. MebMiH, AlUdUK, UILO I litmus, PROPHIETORS Who beg Itave to aiuiuuucv tlmt they are pictured iiiiduii ineir iiuiiiiiicu uiiu H li s i O N 8 1 11 L E AGENTS. To distribute llieir aujuiiur itxk on the tuoat reaattuabl hji inn. VEOPLK OK TI1R 2E7STC1TE STATE. liveis ol Nature and Itie heiiutiful. and iusilv ivhrni. for yijur iutelii,euce, wealth, litieruiuy and taste, now is ,iib uiuc iu uwikc )uui rireiioiia 1,11111 our DESCRIPTIVE C Vl'ALOGl P, AND PLATE BOOKS, winch will tie luruislied you, through our kical saeius and you may rest assured that your aiders will be liuiiora bly titled. Puf further particulurs apply to PHEUERICK A. HOWE, kUAOVILXr.. fA Ol JOHN B JONES, ' Agent iur NorlhumberUmd county. REFERENOES: Una. EBENE'.ER GRIFFIN, Rochester, N. Y. Hon. JOHN GA1.HK AlTH.Erie, p.. Col. J. R. JOHNSON, Meudville, Pa. February, Itul. fin STOVES- TOR BALE an excellent second-hand Cook j- in sr ritova, also several Cylinder Coal VtnvM.wHaqiirr. at lai sWMi CENTRAL HOTEL, SUKBCTRY, Northnmberland Comity, Pa. large and mmmodinoa JL manured bv JAMES VAN Hotel, now DYKE. It is eituate at the Railroad Depot North Fast corner of Market Kquare, 8unbury, and al tho terminus of the 8unbury 4 Erie and North. em Central Railroads, and i open forth accom modation or 1 ravelera and the public Hi general The proprietor will give his exclusive atten tion, to the comfort and convenience of his guests and ie determined to maka thia establishment rank among the first in the State. His table will be supplied with the best the market can produce having the advantage of doily coimmuniiuition by cars direct from Haiti, moro, and also from those bringing produce from the surrounding country. His bar will be supplied with the purest liquors the market can produce l,a-etul and obliging servants always in at tendance. New and commodious stabling has just been added to the premises. A share ol the local and traveling community most respectfully solicited. 8-jnbury, January IS, 1861. GOODS, FOR MEN' S WEAR. Black and Blue Hair Cloth, Beaver Overcoating, Blnok Doeskins, New Style C'assimerrs, All Wool Tweeds, Heavy Kentucky Jeans, Real i-tood l asRitictts, till: Mixed Coatings. Super Velvet Cords, Black Grenadine Vesting, Black Satin Vesting, Fancy Silk Velvet Vestings, Plain Silk Velvet Vestings, Nice Caesimere Vestings( In fact all kinds of goods for Men s and Boys wear, can be found at the People's One Price Store of E. Y. fright &. Son, who have just eceived by Railroad a splendid stock of all kinds of goods, suitable for cold weather. Please call and be convinced. E. Y. BRIGHT & SON. Sunbury, October 87, 1860. BEVEKE IIOXTSeT (LATH KAGl.E HOTEL,) Third Slreet, ahuve lince, J'liiliuleljihia, KHOAD9 ft SAILOR, Proprietors. IMPROVK.MKXT9 nave hcen made, and the House bus been refilled throughout Tilohman V. HHoAtis, formeilynf the National Hotel CnaaLKS Sailor, formerly oi'Scliuylklll co.. Pa. Philadelphia, Jan. Id, IHH.ly mo1Tta n!) s uTTk MANUFACTORY. Comer of Market Siuare and Ricer Stncl STJNBTJRY, PA. HE subscriber respectfully informs the citi zens of Sunbury and vicinity, that he has opened a Boot and Shoe Mlop on the corner of Market Square and River street, opposite the Court House, where he can be found at all tiinea ready to wait upon customers. Having considerable experience, lie is prepared to make up customer work of all kinds, at short notice, in the latest style and workminship. He keeps constantly on hand a large assort ment of Leather, of the best quality, which ena bles him to make up good and durable work. Call and examine for yourselves before pur chasing elsewhere, and yoa will save money. JOHN WILVER. Sunbury, Nov. 10, I860. ly 10- Piiii.4nri.riii 4 loixrci:, 5. E. corner of Stventh and Chanut Streets. This is one of EIGHT COLLEGES, CONSTITUTING THE "NA TIONAL CHAIN." LOCATED IN Philadelphia, New York Ciiy, Alhiniy. DurT.iln. Cleve land, ClucHKi, unit St. Louis. Sclniiai slope cuu be pur- i-naaeu nieuner Mnr, soou Hi uu me colleges. THE COLLEGIATE COl'KMK embraces Double and Single Entiy Hook-Kcepine:, Com- rnercml uoaiputtitions, Cninuiercuil Law, I eunuinslnp, Business Correspondence, t'urtneiehip tScttleliieidtf, etc. PRACTICAL TEXT-BOOKS. TheTeaclins in the Ilnok Keenuii; Denartmeut is most. ly Iroin written mnuusennt forme, with ornl lufctinctions lectures, and black-board elucidations ; ill uddilion to wnicn, in order u limke the Uollcuiule CiHir8ciislliiiiouili and effectual us possible, tlie following Text-Hooks huve ueen prepared : Hrynut et Strattnirs Hiok-Kecpius, in three editions Common eliiml, High eVhnol.und Countlnc House ; Bry ant Pirnttoirs Commercial Aritlimelic ; llryuul & eHruttnii's Commerc iui Lhw, by Amos Uean. L.L L. SPENCERI AN SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP, in a series of nine books, by P. K. SPENCER. P. R SPENCER. Ji..Tcucher of Pcumuimliin. InrM. vi'luiil iunruciion. Siudeula enter at any tune. Diplo mas awnrdfd. 17" t-or Catiilofrues Bud Cirrnlnrs. enll ill tlie Cot'cje. uriuMms Hit V ANT. STRATTON A. FAIRBANKS February 43, 1-tll ly Philadelphia. War! War! War! COME FROM THE XORTIT, COME FROM THE SOUTH, COME FROM THE EAST, COME FROM 'I HE WEST, Save the country and build yourselves homes, or now is the time to get your Lumber cheap. 1 es. LUMBER ! LUMBER ! ! LUMBER ! ! ! can he purchased at low rates al the STEAM SAW-MILL of IRA T. CLEMENT, SUNBURY. FA.. Such as Panel Lumber, Frame Lumber. Boards, Siding. Shingles from $3 to SB tier thousand, Plastering Lath, Paling, Roofing Lath, Ve., A c. All bills ordered, for any kind of Lumber, will be furuuhed at the shortest notice 1HA T. CLEMEiVT. Sunbury, March B, INC I. SAVE YOUR FRUIT KY USING MASON'S Patent Sheet Screw Ton PRESERVE J AH. Metal MASON'S PATENT SHEET METAL SCREW T)Pi AW that is necessary being to screw the Cap down upon the Rubber Gasket, which is placed outside upon the shoulder of the Jar, 3-4 of an inch tlis tant from the top ; prevent tiie possibility of the flavor ol the fruit being injured by coming in Mitnct with the Rubber. Persons. lesiiing these Jars, ran be supplied by aviiig their orders with 11. 11. MA SSI IK, etu.'ibury, June 2, I8U0. Agent. COTTAGE BIBLES IOIt SALE, cheap, three copies ef tho - Cottage, liible, in two volumes, with com mentaries. 11. II. MASS1CU. I LANK Parchment Paper Deeda and blank Mortgages, Bunds, Elocutions, riummons. arc, for sale I. 11. H. MASSE ft. CTii A (. K E US ! CRACKE RS,j7f Teeeked J and for sale by the barrel or pound, at the Conftctionery store of M. O. GEARHART. Sunbury, Octoler 13, I8C0. BLANKS! ELAIUit!! A new supplv of Summons', Executions, Warrants, 8upoenaa, Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Leases, Naturalization papers, Justices ind Constables Fee Bills, Ac, ic, just printed and for sale at this Office. Sunbury, April 30, 1859. "1YN,,J0VV SHADES A very fine and ' cheap assortment, just received by Rail road from New York, at lb. Manimolk slur, of F riling o Grant. W. bav. also for aala 8. 8. Putnam cc Cos celebrated Patent Pendulum SwrtsjMi Fixtorresj, SUNBURY STEAM FLOURING 'fMlE subscribers having tnken possession of a this flist claw Fl.OUKINO MILL, are pre pared to receive grain ifa.ll kinds, and to do cusa torn work at the Shortest IVottce. Customers will have) their grists ground immediately upon their being left at the Mill. As it is the inten tion of the firm to stock the Mill a large Sup ply ol Grain, will be constantly aept on hand, and flout by the quantity can always b obtained. The greatest csre will be taken to turn nut a su perior quality of flour, for which the mill ia ad mirably adapted. Strict attention will be paid to the wants of customers, and the patronage of the public generally ia respectfully requested. MOROAN & CO., Punbury, June S3, 1810. LUMBER I LUMBSR PHILIP 8H AY, ' ' iivrrjjsraY, SNFORMS his friends and the publie in gene rsl, that he constantly keeps on hand, Boards, bhingles, Lath, Joists ar.d all kinds of Lumber and building materials, which he will sell at the lowest prices. March 30, 1861. DE. A. W. FISCHER, ikFFER8 his professional services to tlie citi tens of Sunbury and vicinity. Oflire at the Drug Store. Sunbury, June 30, 1830. SHAKOKIN VALLEY POTTERY, 'IMIE subscriber respectfully informs the public - that he ia now manufacturing at bis Pottery, 4 miles east ot Sunbury, all kinds of Earthen Ware, made out of Red Cement Clay. This clay produces the liest and most desirable kind of ware, equal, in many respects, to stone ware, and is less liable to crack by sudden heat and cold. 'l'he subscriber refers to Friling At Grant, Sunbury. Address, JOSEPH SAVIDGE, Oct. )3. I860. ly Sunbury, Pa, WALL PAPER 1 FRILING & GRANT, at the MAMMOTH STORE, have this day (January 17th, 1861 received a CHOICE ASSORTMENT OK TUB NEWEST STYLES AND PATTERNS OF W ALL PAPER, which they are selling at prices that defy competition. Sunbury, January 19, 1861- LOOK HERE, IF YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR WANT TO BUY CASH. G O TO WM. H. MILLER, he has received from Philadelphia a large stock of BOOTS & SHOES- His stock consists of Gen'la Kipp Boots, Youths' Kipp Boots. Children's Calf Boots. Also a variety of Y omen s Calf Lace BooIb, Women's Morocco Lace Boots, 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 Tamnero Moroco for sale for cash. WM.H. MILLER. Sunbury, January 7, 1860. NOW WITHIN REACH OF ALL G R O VKlilyll A K EH' S CELEBRATED NOISELESS Sewing Machines, 495 DnoAiiwAT, Nw Yuhk. The public attention is respectfully requested tn the following cards of Eli as Howi, Jr., and the Grover ci Baker 8. M. Co A Card from the GROVER & BAKER S. M. Co. Our Patent, being now established by t Courts, we are enabled to furnish the Grover & Baker Machine, with important improvements ut greatly ICrdiiced Iiiec. The moderate price at which Machinea mak' ing the Grover At Baker etitch, ran now be had, brings iliom within the reach of all, und renders the use of Ma -ines making inferior stitches as unnecessary as it is unwise. Persons desiring the best Machinea, and th right to use them, must not only be sure to buy Machines making the Grover & Baker stitch, but also that such Machines are made and stamped under our patents and those of Elias 11 oner, Jr. GROVER & BAKER 8. M. CO., 49ft Broadway, New York." A CARD FROM ELIAS HOWE, JR. All persons are cautioned not to make, deal in, or use any Sewing Machines which sew from two spools and make the stitch known as the Grover & ti Baker stilcb, unless the same are purchased from the Grover & ljaker Sewing Machine Company, or their Agents, or Licenses, and stumped under my pa tent of September 10, 1816 Said Company, and their Licenses, alone, art legally authorized under their own patents, ant my said patent, during the extended term there ol, to make and sell this kind of Sewing Machine and all others are piracies upon my suid patent and will be dealt with accordingly, wherever lounu. ELIAS HOWE, JR. New York, Dec. 29. 18(10. tf New Arrival of 'Clothing, rilHE largest and best Stock of FALL AND - WI.NTER t'l.OTHINfi vr l,rnoht ihis place, arrived at Ilia Mammoth Clothing Store of SCH W FIT7.ER, HEILBRONNEH cV CO.. in Market street, nearly opposite Wea ver's Hotel. Their Stock comprises of FINE CLOTH OOATB, Dress Coats, Over Coats, Business Coats, 4c. VESTS OF ALL KINDS. Under-Shirts, Drawers, Sic HATS .JSTJD CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES, of the latest styles of every description and quality, cheaper than ever. Their assortment of gentlemen's furnishing Clothing is the most complete I Their variety and styles must attractive. And th price, defy all competition, i tT Call and examine for yourselves. 8C WEITZER, HEILBR0NNER 4 CO. Sunbury, Oct. 6, I860. TIN WARE A very cheap and desirsbl. assortment just received Ibis week, at th Mammoth Suit, of FKILINO aV GRANT. sVunbury, January II, 18'1. ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS, J. II. ENGEI or Sunbury, Pa., HAS (n-t arrived with apUnrlid STOCK of 8HRINO AND SUMMER GOODS, from Philadelphia, to which he rfsprctfully 4nvilM his friend, and the Publie to call and inspect, he will spare no lime in .bowing them. Among his stock of goods will belbund, FIIN1S BLUE AND BLACK FP.2E1TCH CLOTH. ' Fine Black and Fancy Casimerea Twe'eds, Sat- inctts, Jeans, Hlark Italian Cloth, Gashmerette, Cottonadn, Linens, Linen Drill, Linen Check, and Farcy Vesting, also a large assortment Of Ready-made CLOTHING for men and boya (cheap.) FUH LADIES WEAR, . Black and Fancy Dress Silk very cheap. Silk Tissue, Beregcs, Chali and Chali Robes, Berege Delaine, Berege Robes, Figured Brilliant and a variety of olher Dress Goods, Spring and Sum mer Shawls, Mantillas, Parasols, a good aiwort ment of white goods. Collars, Sleeves, Irish Linen, Shirt front, Marseilles, Brilliant Ac. A general assjrtment of domestic Dry Go 'da. Also a large stock of Hats and Caps, Boots and shoes, Hardware, Queens and Glassware, Groceries, Cedarware, Stone and Earthenware, Drugs and Paints, Salt, Fish, Cheese, Ham, Oil, Tsr Ac. &c. N. B. Wall and Window Paper, Floor and Table Oil Cloth, Carpets, alt the above will be sold at low prices for cash or country produce ta- en in exchange for lioods. J. H. ENGEL. 8unbury, May. 19, I860. tf. HARRIS PAINTER, a 1 1 o r n c u at 3L a to MARKET SQUARE, SUNB XT I "ST, I A.. June 23. I860. New Air Line Route SHORTEST IN DISTANCE AND QUICKEST IN TIME between the two Cities of NEW YOUR AND HARRISBTJRG. VIA READING, ALLKNTOWN AND EA9TON. Morning Express West leaves New York at 6 a. M and Philadelphia ut b a m.. arrives at Hnrriebiirff at la 45 r eonnectiu. nt liarnsburg with train on Northern Central noau tor runoury, tiiiuiusport, Lock Haven and inter wediute stations. Mail Tnun West lenves New York at VI noon, and Plnliidelplim at 3 -M r. M., connecting with ttniti on North em Centiul Bond lor stiitious na ainive, and also un ull tniinson the Williainsporl and Elmira. .Mail Tiam East leaves lliirrisbuiir t 8, a M , and ar rives at Piuladelpliia at I r. m., and New Yoik at 3UU p. M., in time to take boat or cars for Boston, ftc. Fau Express East leaves HarnshuK at 1.15. on atrival of Northern Central Tiain, and arrives at Philadelphia at a r.i r m . and New Yoik atOr. m. No chance of cursor bnggnge between New York or Philadelphia and Harristiiug. For henuty of scenery and speed, comfort and aceommo dntion, thia route presents superior inducement, to the traveling public OlSce ia New York, foot of Courtland street, Philadel phia, Biond and Cullowhill streets. Fare between New York and Hurrisburg FIVE DOL LA Its. For Tickets ; Freight or other Information, apply to J. J. CLYDE, Geuetal Agent. Harrisliurg, June 30, leftt) ly ALFRED D. BRICK'S UXJTEJ) STATES AXD EUROPE A A PATENT OFFICE, No. 323 WALNUT STREET, Philadelphia. VT B. Communications by mail promptly attended to. Sept 22, I860. lyS Cure Covgh, Cold, Hoarsenefs, Influenza, any IrriUitvm or Soreness of the. Throat, Re lieve the Unci in(j Covyh in Consumji'ion, Bron chitis, Asthma, and Catarrh, Clear and pive strength to the voice of Public Speukeri and Singers, Few areawnreof tiie importance of checking a Cough or "common Cold" in us first sUige ; that which in the beffiuniiiir would yield to a mild temnly, if neglected, soon atntcks the Lungs "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TKO- CHL'.S,'1 continuing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmo nary and Bronchial Imtution. "That trouble in my thiout, (for which the -TROCHES" are n specific) having made me often a mere whisperer" N. P. WILLIS. Brown's TROCHES "I recommend their use tn Public Speak- Brown's crs." REV. E H. CHAPIN. TROCHES "Have proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness. ' REV HENRY WARDBEECHF.lt. -'Almost iusunt lelief lu tlie distressiuK Brown's TROCHES labor of bieathtng peculiar to Asilnnn " Kl-.v A C EGGl.ESTON, Brown's "Contain no Opium or anything injuri lout." DR. A A 11 AYES, TROCHES. Chemist. Boston. "A simple and pleasant ciubioutiou for Brown's .Coughs, etc." DR G F B1GELOW, ' TROCHES Boston. "Beneficial in Bronchitis." Brown's DRJ FWLANE, B..sion TROCHES. "I have proved them excellei.t for Whoop- ling Cough." Brown's EE V H W WARREN, Boston. TP.OCHES. "Beneficial when compelled to speak, 'suneriug iiom i-oin." Browu's I KEV 8 J P ANDERSON, Si. Louis. TROCHES, "Effectual in removing Hoarseness and inflation of the Throat, so common with Bruwu's SoeuXers end Mugers " Prof Al STACY JOHNSON, TROCHES. La Gruuee. Un.. I Teacher of Music, Southern Brown's t eniale College. "Grent benefit when take:i hefote and TROCHES, 'after preaching, as they prevent Hoarseness I From their punt caret, I think tney will be of Browirs ,perinaiiciit advnutuge to me." KEV E ROWLEY. A M.. TROCHES. President of Athens College, Tenn. i 17 Sold by all Druggisis at Si cents a box. December b, leWJ. 6mpl F.VAWS WATSOWR 'r-r?Ml Philadelphia Manufuct'd rSjfeMTOj, .it Salamander Safes, miiiW-iXo. 304 Chesnut Street, gSr PHILADELPHIA. rHESE Sufes ar. now in use all over the United States, 1 and have ht-eti tested in many fires; the following shows another instance ot their capaun ty in reaming ate Wiiuei'i Bsidgi, ) Ijtncaster Tovvushin, July 30, If 60 ( Mxssns. Evss ft Watsox, Gentlemen : The small size No. 1 Salninauder Sufe wiiicii 1 purdiased fiom your areut, Mr. Adorn R. Burr, in Lancaster City, on July 'Jtllli, has been subjected to a very severe le, which it withstood in a most sulisfuctory manner. This Safe, e tuinius all mv books, toceilier with valuable papers belong ng Ui myself and some to my neighbors and friends, and representing a value nf over Twenty Thousand Dollars, (Sl,(ii) wits in my Mill, which was destroyed on the night fo the 47th of J uly, (Mill, and passed through the fiery ordeal unscathed, The Safe was on the second floor, and fellui the basement of the Mill, end was subjected for six boars toan intense heat among the ruins, which was greatly itiereased by the combustion of a tuiee quantity of giain confined within the brick wills. After the firs the Suf. was opened and the books and papers taken out in a suitn of perfect preservation, the paper not even being discolor ed. This tact was, however, to many bystanders, a better recommendation of your Sales than could b. expressed in any other words irom me. Yours, respectfully, SAMUEL RANCK. Another Yictary for Evans and Watson's Salamander Safe. Oswego. N. Y.. March 97 1680. Gentlemen It affords me much pleasure to inform yoa mat the sale I a, (upright) winch I purchased or a Birouu, your traveling agent, lias passed through an ex ceedingly hot fire in a three srory brick building, wlucr heated the Safe to a while heat, an that Uie cornets of it apiur melted; but it preserved my fswiks and valuable r aiiers to the aruouut of several thousand dollars, for which feel thankful. Yours, respectfully, J.N F.I.DRIDGE. tW A large assortment f the above IAK H always on hand, at 301 chesnut street, (lute iM houlh Fourta St., Philadelphia. October 8, 1800 ly GENESEU SALT. WHOLESALE Se RETAIL, CVi'ILlNO & Ull ANT (at the Mammoth A tstore,) have just received 1300 ths. pf Solar Oround, Solar and D'ine Salt, 7U0 Sacks of Ground Solar Salt every aack warranted to contain 225 pounds of Salt and 200 bags of Salt containing on. Bushel each. This aalt ia th. best and strongaai now manufactured and in mark.t. Call and see for yourselves, rlunbury Sept., 8, I860. BO 0TS t MlOES.c.n t purchased at th. Mammoth Store of Priling ex. (Jranl, eery cheap, as w. ar. determined not to b. undcre..!,! by anybody. Call and lo.ru th. list of prices t,,r yourselves. FRILI'O A OH 1 tixiHisf , Tawuarv l, 11 III0HLY IMPORTANT NEWS. 1 M. C. GEARHART, Haa returned with a new Slock of Confcotionariet, Fruit and Toys. TT seems as If new age, ft new life was open Ing upon us, animating every heart to noblor doeda and higher aimsl Art, Literature and Sci ence! will glow anew and seek to develop sub- Inner beauties and grander conception. The business world too must feel tho new in fluence and every)part be quickened and strength ened by an Increased vitality, which shall urge us on with electric speed to the consummation of greater things than waa ever dreamed of in the Philosophy of the past. Animated by the enthusiasm which prevadea all classes, and desirous of doing his share to wards "The great events of the Age," the sub scriber would respectfully Inform the cood peo ple of SUNBURY and the public generally, that he has lust returned from the city of I'hils.lel phia with the largest and choicest stock of Con feetinnanes, r rutt and 1 oys tliat haa ever been brought to this section ol eountrv. lie t also manufacturing all kinds of Confertinnariea, Ac, to fill up orders, wholesa'e or retail, at abort no tice. Among liia stock of Confectionaries, may be found : French Secrets, Oum Drops, all kinds of scent, Burned Almonds, Ixive uropa, Cream White, Mint Drops, red and white, l4Miwn Jellv Cakes, Rose, Fruit Drops, " Vanilla, Stick Candles, of Mil scents Common Sect ets. Ruck Candy, Liquutice, Almond Candy, FRUIT. Bnnsnns, , Prunes, Dates, ' Pigs, Currants dried, Citrons, Almonds, Rsisons, Nuts of sll kinds LEMON SYUUP of a superior quality, by the single or dozen. . superior quality of Srgars and Tobacco, and variety of Confectioneries, fruit, Toys, etc, all of which is offered cheap at wholesale or retail. VV Remember the name and place. F M. C. GEARHART, Market St., 3 doors west of E. Y. Bright &. Son'i store. Sunburv, April 14, I860 ly HEASSEP.'S FATE1TT FIVE-MINUTE FREEZER, As Improved for 1859 and 60, By E. KETCHAM & CO., 289 Pearl-Street, New-York. THE only Ft constructed on scientific -- principles, wuu a revolving can and spring blade scraper. The one hastens the freezing of the cream the other removes it as fast as frown. The most rapid in freezing, with the least quantity of ice. The most economical in cost, as it is the most simple and durable in xtructure. For sale in all the principal cities and town, in the Union. Each Fieezer accompanied with a book of re cipes and full directions. PRICES. 3 quarts, $3 00 4 quarts, 4 00 6 quarts, S 00 8 quarts, 6 00 14 quarts, " 8 1)0 811 quarts, 12 00 Apply to H. B. MASSEH, Sunbury. June 2, 1800. . . ... . . . Ie60. THE BEST ROUTE 1860 FROM Wyoming Valley to Plillatlclplila, Ken York, Ilaltlmore, AND ALL POIXTS XORTJI, SOUTH ,y WEST. LACKAWANNA k BLOOMSBUKU ; RAILROAD. ' STJMMEK ABB ANOSMEWT, Two Dai!) Passenger Trams will he run between Sciumon and .Northumberland, us lollows: MOVING SOUTH: Leave Phil'n Mail. N. V. Ex. Scranton, 6 10 A. M. 4 25 P. M Atnve at Pittstou, B 39 4 ta Kingston, ; 03 3 go Sluckshiuny, 7 611 a s Berwick, 8 0 0 53 Bloomsbuig, S 511 7 JO Rupert, 0 1,) 7 411 Danville, l) s 10 Northumberland, 111 00 e 15 MOVING NORTH: Leave N. Y. Ex. Phil'a Mail. Northumberland, 1311 A, M. 4 15 P. nl Arrive at Danville, 0 05 8 20 Rupert, B 55 5 .SO BI'Mimsbuig, 6 45 t no Berwick, 7 15 6 Shifkshhiiiy, 7 45 1 05 Kingston, 8 ) 7 45 Plltatojl, 8 57 8 15 Scrmitnu, 45 & 45 The la,kciwnnna nnd Pl-r mehunt Rnilntnd couuefti with the Delawire, l.rickuwdiiMH nmT V eel em Knilnuul, ai swrHiiKMi, tor new i'trKtmu fnuuUeipn.a, mid nileruie diate piiit V.Hut ; ats.i fur tiretit liVmt, Hnit-hiiiiitao, Kyracuie. UuflitUt, Xifignni FhIIjj, Hiid n II nnnoriiint points West. At K unfit 11 OMiiiefti with ike I uttawum Kmt- rud, for points Imth Kivt und Vt. At .NttrthuiTilieilaiid it ciiiioii with the Suuhury and Krie Hitilnwd, lor piani KmgiU'ii, Auguti3, &6il. NEW YOliK LINES- CAMDEN ft AM BOY AND PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD CO.'S LINES, From I'hiladeliJ.in to Xew York und Way Places. From Walnut Sheet Wharf and Kensington Depot, Philadelphia, will leave as follows, iz vaks. At 6 A M, via Camden and Attiboy C ft A Accom modation, f 2 35 At 0 A M, via Ciimde.i and Jersey City New Jer sey accommodation, 2 25 At 0 A M, via Camden and Jersey city Morning Mail, 3 00 At 111 A M, via Kensington and Jersey city, Wes tern Express, 3 no At l'il PM via Camden and Amboy, accommodation 2 25 At r M, via Cutndeu and Amboy C and A. Ex press, 3 00 At 41 P M, via'Kensiugton, and Jersey city, Eve ning Express, 3 OC At 41 P M, via Kensington and Jeuey city, 2d Class Ticket, S 25 At 6 P M, viu Camden ft Jersey city Evening Mail 3 t o At 1 1 P M, via Camden and Jersey city South. Mull 2 25 At 6 P M. via Camden and Anitsiy Aecomui'du- tion. (Freight and Paasenger,) let class ticket, 1 25 Vd " I SO Thee P.M. Mail Lin. runs daily. The 11 Southern Mail Saturdaya excepted. For Belvidere, Kuston, Flemtngton, fte., at 6 A.M., from Walnut street wharf and 3P- M .from Kensington. For Mauch Chunk, Alleutown and Bethlehem, at 6, A M. via Lehigh Valley Kailnsid. Fot Water Gap, Stroudsburg, Scr.uitnn, Wilkcsliarre, Montrose, Gieat Bend, Ac., al 6 A M, via Delaware, Ijiekawanna and Western Railroad Fot Fieehold. at 6 A.M. and ti P. M For Mount Holly, at 0 and 9 A M , and 2, and 4j P. M. WAY LINES, For Bristol, Trenton, fte., at 3 and 41 P. M., from Kensington. Ftn- PaUnyra, Delanco, Beverly, Burlington, Borden town, Ac., at l'2f , 3. and 4f P. M . Fifty pounds of Hnegnge only, allowed each pasaenger, Pnsseiigcrs are pinhibitcd from taking anything as Bag gage hut their wenr.ng apparel. All Bogguge over filly pounds to lie paid for exua. l'he Company limit then responsibility for Bugguge to fine Dollar per pound, and will not be liable fot any amount beyond 1UU Dollais, ex cept by special contract WM H GATMER Agent C. ft A. It. K Co February 18. tU- IIEGKIVIAN & COS CG3DIAL ELIXIR OF CALIS AY A BARK Prepared only by HEGEMAN ft CO., Wholesale and Retail Chemists and Druggists, 101, 309, Sit and 756 Broadway, New Yoik. THE virtues of PERUVIAN BARK as a Tonic have been loo long knowu tn neril comment. The C ALISA Y A ('-or King's Hai It,") is the most vaiu able of the nuiiier tut vanetitx nf the Peruvian Bark, awd the Kl JiH is eombiiied with other intzredieula liuit increase tbj etiicacy aud at tha aauia tune overcome the intensity of iu bitter, render ing it most Agreeable Cor Ami. . . For persons hvinf in FEVER and AGUE districU.it will be found iuvaluahle as a preventive. Half 01 a wine Klass full taken ui)iht and uiomiug, ronderins; lha system much lesssubjert to the antiaaliay milucueaol lhfttnus priere. DIRF.CTIONB Doe for an adult, half wlneftlaas full beliKa breukl'uat and dinner ; chiklreu from cute to two taurMiuu fuilj it may t lakea with or without litUe water For sale at thia office. March 17, b6U A Fretb SuwislT or Urr Good. sOONSlSTINO io part of Prints, D.lainei S bleached and nohlearhed Muslina. Checks i Strip. Denims. & Drills, icjnst received b H. 11. l the Mmiotli stora of jTE.LING t GRANT. NEW GOODS Atthe Mammoth Store of IltA T. CLEMENT, NO. I MARKET STREET, SUN HURT, PA. flHE subscriber haa just opened at hia well I. known establishment in Sunburv, one of lbs) kea pest and most desirable stocks of Fall and Winter Goods, lhat lias ever been ottered in the place, and which ne will Mil for CASH or exchange for Country Produce. Those desiring to purchase goods will do well to call and examine his stock. BLACK AND FANCY 6ILK. All Wool Detains, Figured, Striped and Plain, French Merino, all colors. Beautiful Dress Robes, Cashmeres, Shaded, Plain and Striped must be seen to form an idea nf the extent and variety. Mantle, Stella, Chenille, French Wool Shawl. Thibet and Broche Shawls. Cloths Cassimeres and Satinp.t. For Men and Boys' Wear, Black Cassimeres, fancy Cassimeres, side stripes heavy, Due Skin Caimeres, Hatinets all kinds. FLANNELS, White and Red Flannels, all grades and prices. Bay State) Sack Flannels, colors finest qnnltioa. READY-MADE CLOTHING Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ac, 4 e., alhof which were selected with great care, and will compare favorably, as regards quality, etyle and price, with any in the country, II A KDVVAEK, a full asKorliueDt. Wood and Willow Ware, Qucenswnrc, of all descriptions. Groceries, a full stock in store, Carpet Chains, cVc, 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. Sunburv, Uct. 2. 1859. ROCKEFELLER & B0YER. Attornies at Law, STJTJM-BTJIIY, FA.. A. Jordan Rockefeller and Solomon II. Uojer, respectfully announce Ujl tbey entered into Copartnership in the practice of their profession, and will continue to attend to all busi ness entrusted to their charge in the counties of Northumberland, Union, Snyder and M on lour, promptly, faithfully and curelully. Special at tention will be given to the COLLECTIONS OF CLAIMS. Consultations can be hod in the GERMAN language. Office, Market Street, opposite Weaver's Hotel. Sunbury, February A, li60. c in:o7i;it t ao, MAMTrACTvaxRs or FINEST QUALITY OF SOOTS AND SHOES FOR GENTLEMEN WHOLES ALE AXD RETAIL No 4' South Fouttb Street, Phiindelplua. C. BmttKT. V. J UK.NKKar. March is, Ibtil Sin. WatckeN Jeivelry & Sliver Ware TE would respectfully inform our friends, patrons V T and the public generally, that we have now niSloie and offer WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at Ihi-lowot CiiMi Pri-. , n laige nnd very choice st'K-lt of WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARM, of eveiy variety and style. Every ilescrintion of DIAMOND WORK and other JEWELRY, made to order, at snort notice, te" Ail Goods Warranted to bt as represented. N. B Particular attention given to the repairing of Watches and Jewelry of every d tcripiton. STAL'FFER .V HARLEY, No. fi Market Street, South Side, Philadelphia. March tl, Icon. -3in P. MELANCHT0N SHIN DEL, Jl 8TII i: OF TIIE 1'KAt'E, SUNBURY, FA.. Office i.iDcer Street, immediately opposite the I'uhlic School House. All business promptly attended to. Monies ollected and all ordinary writings done. Sunburv. Anril 25. 1857 tf I1EN11Y DONNEL, ATTORNEY AT LAlT. Office opposite the Court House, Sunbury, Northumberland County Pa. Piompt atletitioH to busiae&s in adjuinin Cuunties. WHOLESALE DEALER IN BRANDIES, WINES, GINS.&C FI'HE subscriber having opened in Thompson's Brick Building, Mill street, Danvillo, a large and complete stock of KORKION AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, comprising the best brands of Brandies, (in. Old R,-e, Scotch and Irish Whiskey, Port, Sherry, Maderia, Champagne) and other Wines of all grades, all of which will be sold Wholesale ut (he lowest city prices. Tavern-keepers by buy ing of us can save nt least the freight. Persons desirous of purchasing liquors for FAMILY U s I", , may rely upon being furnUhcd with a pure and unadulterated article. t7 Being determined to establish a reputation for selling cheap he respectfully solicits the pa tronage of the public. All orders promptly at tended to. JEREMIAH S.HALL. Danville, Jure Hi, 1SB0. INGRAINED carpets, " MAM'FACTL'R EP nnd fer Sale bv M. Peip.r A Co: Leibraudt and McDowell's Building, North East cot tier, Second and Race streets Philadelphia. noons OUARAXTEED. October 27, It-AO. c" rrnwriMV i CI .1 Tl. . oavc uie ricces s Asiicrideiits will lmpirii, even in wt-H-reirulaifd Himi. lies, it is very de,ir:illt- t.t huvr stuutr eheiip and oiiVciiiciil way U'T rtiuiiiiig Kunntuff, T.ijs, Crickcry,Vc. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all ajrh emfrncicf, mid no household ran miT ti to be without it. Jt in nUvaytireaily uial up to the sticking point. There is no k'liut r a ii-ertny ft.r J.tiinig clnurs, splinters veneers, hemlirs dl!, and liri'km nadltra It is just the article lor rme, slfll, and nilier oraaineiilal work, ao psipuliir with ndii8 ot it'fineinent and time. This aitiiiirnlile piepnriitii'ii is uni-d cild. Iteoi clieniieallf held in 'kit iMi,Aiid i ontctikhnf all the itlu:ililr (pj:di!ie o the best rjiiiiit-l-iniiker's blue. It nmy bv turd in (114 pluce ol" ordinal y uiui'ilue. In; ing V4ll mure adhesive. lKFt'LI. KVKHV HOUSE N- B A Drusb accomjathies eacb buttle. IVtoe W ce 11 is. Vhulasale Dput, No in Cedar street, New Vori Address. HUNKV C SI'Al.DIMi A Co.. Box No. 3,(10, New V-trk. Put up Cor Dealers in rases coutainio Four KiKht, ai4 Twelve Dozen u beauiitui Luting rupluc tsbow turd ao eoniaiiying each parknpr. t A single bottle til bitaldiug's Pretaied Glue Will snvs, ten times iis cit auitualh ti every noH-ltoJd. &lri by all prominent luiionei, Lruuviis, Hardware nnd Furniture Dealers. Grocers, and Fancy &une. Country Merchants should nmke ule ui Kpuldiiifr's prriareu uiue, wneu tney niuke uu tue.i list U wil 811 V climate Fur tale tt ttiisolfice. March 10. Hi. Iv SALE. rpWO LOTS situate in Market street, in ihe - lowo of Trevorton, Nos. It and 13, in block No. UU. Apply to WM. WAl lil hlt. rielin, 11. B. MAbSEH, Sunbury. grove, or T7SEFULLV ALL FAMILIES-HEi.EMA 4. CO'e) Jienxitie, which removes paii.t spot, grease, 4c, 4-C, and cleans gloves, silks, ribbons, 4c, equal to new, without the slightest injury to color or fabric. Hold by ail Druggists, also at this office. Si cents per bottle. OY'8 BOOTS and SHOES, cheap for cash - NVM MILLKRV 1 fun' ury, A urfu.i sr lilt.