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I the Atlantic Monthly for March. IE YACJAIWTiItf. y ' " ,rkMlcrp, Roger mid T. ty dog, Come here, yu scamp 1 e gentleman mind your eye ! table look ont lor the lamp ! Is growing a little old.; ears we've trsmptd through wiud and calner, "t oiil-'lonrrlitn nlu'lita were enM, itc and drank ami starvedtogether. Isamed what comfort Ik. I telt Jrou ! I nn the floor. R hit of rosin, 'o thaw our thumbs, (poor fellow ! paw he hold." up there's been froi"n,) of catgitLfor toy fiddle, out-dncrliiinrn In bad for strings.) few nice huckwheats hot from the griddic, Rogur end I tot up for king. k ye. Sir, I nover drink ; j " r and 1 arc exceedingly moral Ari-ff i wo. Roger See him wink ! , W ell, something hot. then, wo won't quoircl. lie's thirsty, too. we hna nod his head ? What a pity. Sir, that dug c.m't lalk ! lie understand? every word thai said And he knows good milk from watcr-and-ehalk. The truth is. Sir, now I reflect, I've ben so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you. Sir !) even of ruy dog. l'ut he sticks by. through thick mid thin : And this old coat, with it empty pocket, And raps tliat smell of tobacco and tin, lie 11 follow w hile be hit eyes in nis sockets. There isn't another crcrduro living Would do it. and prove, through every disaster, So fond, so faithful. nnl so forgiving. To such a miserable, thankless muster ! 2'o. Sir ! see him wng his tail and grin ! By Ucorgo ! it inekis nty obi eyes water ! Thai is. there's something in this gin That chokes a fellow, lint uo matter ! We'll have some music, if you're willing, And Roger (hem ! what a plague a cough is, Sir !) Shall march a little. Start, you villain ! Stand strnight ! 'Bout thro! Sulutc your officer ! I'ut up that paw ! Dress! Take your ritlo ! (.Some dogs have arms, you see !) Now hold your Cap while tho gentleman gives n tritle, To aid ft pour old patriot soldier! March ! Unit ! Now show how the rebel shakes, When he stands up to hear his sentence. Now tell us how many drums it takes To honor a jolly new acquaintance. Five yelps. thai's rive ; he's mighty knowing ! The night Is before us, till the glasses ! Quick, Sir! I'm til. my brain is going Some brandy, thank yuu, there ! it passes ! Why not reform ? That's easily said ; But I've gone through such wretched treatment, Sometimes forgetting the taste of bread, And scarce remembering what meat meant, That my poor stomach's past reform ; And there are times when, mad with thinking, I'd sell out heaven for something wnrui To prop a horrible inward sinking. Is there a way to forget to think ? At your age, Sir, home, fortune, friend?, A dear girl's love, but I took to drink ; The same old story ! you know how it ends. If you could have seen theso classic features. You needn't laugh. Sir ; they were not then Such a burning libel on Clod's creatures: I was one of your handaonio men ! If you had seen linn, so fair and youn, Whose head was happy on this breast ! If von eonld have heard the stmcrs that fann When the wine went round, you wouldn't have puessori That ever I, Sir, Bhould bo straying From door to door, with fiddle and dog, Bagged und penniless, and playing To you to-night for a glum oi grog ! Hie's married siace. a parsons wife ; !Twas better for her that we should part Setter tho soberest, prosiest lifo Than a blasted home and broken henrt 1 have seen her? Onco : I was weak tmd spent On the dusty road : a carriage stopped : Hut little did she d renin, as on she went, Who kUeed tho coin that her fingers dropped ! You'vo sot mo talking, Sir ; I'm sorrv; It makes mo wild to think of tho change! What do you oare for a beggar's story ? Is it amusing ? Vou find it strange I I had a mother so proud of mc ! 'Twas well she died biToro Do yon know If the happy spirits in heiiven can see The ruin and wretchedness here below ? And glass, and strong, to deaden This pain ; then llogcr and will start. I wer.dor. has he such a lmn,,ish, leaden, Aching thing, in place of a heart ? lie is sad sometimes, w ould weep, if he could, No doubt, remembering things that were, A virtuous kennel, with plenty of food, And himielf a sober, respectable cur. I'm better now ; that glass was warming, You rascal ! limber your !i?y feet ! We mu3t bo fiddling and performing For supper and bed, or starve in the street. Not a very gay life to lend, you think ! But soon we shall go where lodgings are free, And the sleepers need tkither victuals or drink ; The sooner the better for Roger and me! AGRICULTURAL What Grapes to Pi akt. "The Hart ford Prolific, tlio best early grape ripens ltere tho 10th of Angust fruit of large sir.e bundles medium, flavor rich, sweet, musky vine htirtly, strong "rower, uud enonnorw ly productive. The lnrge size of tho fruit, earlincss and productivewss, will always make it a favorite, and they will always command a good price it! tho market. "The Delaware. This is a small, pule red t;rape, of most delicious lluvor, pronounced ty many, the best of all pripes ripens here from the first to the middle of September. Tho vino is of slow but healthy growth, and bo fur, has proven perfectly hardy and healthy, nnd w ill grow and do" well on any good dry soil. No homo bhould be with out ft Delaware grapevine. "Tho Concord, 'l itis w ill prove the most popular of all grapes in this section of the country its large hi.e, both in bunch and berry, rich, sweet lluvor its sttirdincss of growth, perfect hardiness and adaptation to our soil and climate, are qualities, which, combined must have weight. We have seen good three year old vines produce from twenty-five to fifty pounds of this magnificent fruit without extra care. The last season was one that tried the grape to the utmost, on account of its wetness, but the Concord, iu low and verv rich soil, ripened its fruit perfectly; which shows that it may always be relied upon." A Tl.riEiinY Wp.inki.k. According to a correspondent of the London Cottage (Sar dener, the raspberry can bo successfully transplanted when tho succors are from twelve to sixteen inches high. Ho selects the strongest succors, of course, takes them up carefully, and like a sensible man en deavors to get a portion of fibrous roots with them; plants them together triangular, ly nine inches opart, spreading the roots out nicely, as every decent cultivator would do, waters them, and they pet along swim mingly. We think it probable that this procedure will give them a little better start than if allowed to stand until fall or spring and then transplanted, Oermuntown fri" The weight of a pig iu tho various forms which it goes through after killing n etgni alter death, " " taking off hair Not weight, 278 pounds. sin A1 jieaa 17 . 2S .16 1 Ac. 6i . manlou-a Telegraph n Housekeeping, by hio : 'ako a fjtitirt pitcher icm thoroughly till . boiling water from ts been drawn fresh ' the water cool to tiiah-w titer ; strf in them as thick as mrth teaspoouful over thciucloely ep quite warn) ; rh in five or Shoulders, Hams, SJ ' ' ' eL.8, DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT 9 TITS . GREAT REMEDY For nhfimatnm. Govt, Xeirralffia, Lumbago, MifT Xei-l- nnd Joint, Sprain, firttw, Cut nml Wound, Pilr, Ihadarhf, and all lh,-imatic and Xerwu J)iirder. For all of which it is a speedy and certain remedy, ami never fails. This Liniment Is prepared from the recipe or Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect lent, the fnmons Ix.nc setter, and has been used in his practice tor more tlnui twenty years with tho most astonishing sueoess. ..it As an All violor of Fain. It Is nnnvaled by any preparation before the pnblio, of which tho most skeptical mav bo convinced by a single trial. This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, Fhenmatic Disorders of every kind. Bnd In thou sands of cases where it.has been used it has never been known to fail. . For Neuralgia, It will nflbrd Immediate relief in every case, however distressing. It. will relieve tho worst eases of Headache in throe minutes, and is warranted to do it. Toothache also will it euro instantly. For Nervous Debility nnd lieneral Lassitude, ari sing from imprudence or excess, this Liniment is a niosi hi.ppy aud unfailing remedy. Acting dircra-ly upon th ) nervous tissues, it strengthens and revivifies tho system, and restores it to elasticity and vigor. l',,'r Piles. n. nn external remedy, wo claim that it is tho b.wt known, nnd wo challenge tho world to produc) anoqual. Every victim of this distros?ing complaint should give it a trial, for it will not fail to ntl'o-il immediate relief, nnd in a majority of cases will efl'jut n radical euro. t)uim r and iore Throat nro somelimes extremely malignr. it and dangerous, l ot a timely application of this Liniment will never fail to cure. Sprains arc sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge ment of tho joints is liable to occur if neglected. The worst case may bo conquered by this Liniment in two or three diivs. llrnises. Cuts, Wounds. Sores, Fleers, Hums and Scalds, yield readily to tho wonderful hcnling pro perties of Dr. Sweet's lnfalliblo Liniment, when used according to directions. Also, Chilblains, Frosted Feet, aud Insect Uitcs and Stings. DH. STEPHEN SWEET, Of Connecticut, the Ureal Nutural Bone Setter. DK. STEPHEN SWEET, of Connecticut, is kuonn all over the VniUd States. DH. STEPHEN SWEET, of Connecticut, ii tho author of '-Dr. Swott's Infallible Liniiuont." Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Rheumatism, nnd never fails. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Burns aud Scalds immediately. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Headache immediately, and was never known to fail. Dr. Sweet'a Infallible Liniment Affords immediate relief for Tiles, and seldom fails to cure. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Toothache in one minute. Dr. Sweet'a Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts and Wounds immediately and leaves no car. Dr. Bweet'i Infallible Liniment Is the best remedy for Sojos in the known world. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Has been ued Ay moro than a million pcoplo, and all praise it. DrJSwoet's Infallible Liniment Taken internally euros Colic aud Cholera Morbus. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is truly a '-friend in need," and every family should Lave it at hand. Dr. Sweet's Infnlliale Liniment Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 25 and iu cents. A FRIEND IX NEED TRY IT. DR. PWKET'8 INFALLIBLE I.IXIMEXT, as rn external remedy, is without a rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any other prepa ration. For all Kheuiuutio and Nervous Disorders it is truly infallible, and as a curative for Sores. Wounds, Sprains. Uruises, , t o., its sootliiug, healing and powerful strenirtheniiiB" nronerties. excite the just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever given It a trial. Over ono thousand cert ideates of remarkable cures, performed by it wilhiu the lust two years, attest the fact. TO HORSE OWNERS ! Pit. FWFET '3 INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR HOKSFS is unrivaled by uuy, and in all cases of Lameness, arising from Sprains, liruisr or Wrcueh ing, its cfl'ect is niagicul and certain, llaruees or Saddle 11 alls, Serat - lies. Mange, Ae., it will also cure speedily. Spavin and hingbuno may be easily pre vented and cured in their incipient stuges, but con firmed cases arc beyond tho possibility of a radical cure. No case of the kind, however, is so desperate or hopeless but it may bo alleviated by this Lini ment, and its faithful application will always remove the Lameness, and unable tho horses to travel with comparative easu. r.viaty house owxmi should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at the tiit appearance of Luuieuess will effectually prevent those fornddablo diseases, to which all hor bes are liable, aud which render so many olherwiso valuable horses nearly wurthlcss. DR. SWEET'S Infallible Liniment 13 TUB SOLDIER'S rillENE, And thousands have found it truly A. FRIEND - IN" NEED I Cum Hon. Til KVfiM bnrM.itinn nlu.,.. 41. Ct . 1 w.-., , v uia cignaiuru aim UkeuoNiof Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and also "Stenhen Sweet's hifHllihla 1 1.,, inthegluMof each holds, without uhi.-h ,...,, ;ouuiu. IUC1IARDSON A CO., Sola Proprietors, Norwich, Ct. MORGAN A ALLEN. General Agents, .44 CI18 BUeet, hew iork. Sold by all dealers everywhere. March 21, lo63.-ly FRILING & GRANT ARE HAPPV TO ANNOUNCE MAT THEY . : J NOW RECEIVING AN ENTIRE New Stock of Goods!! MANY OF WHICH ARK REDUCED IN PRICE. and although prevailing report may induce the belief that DRY GOODS are advancing, yet a single visit to that "attractive resort, THE MAMMOTH, will convince any candid man or woman that, bo the report aa it may, yet tho propoictora of that ''institu tion" havo the facilities for furnishing CHEAPER GOODS which thofo who buy and sell on Long Credits not, and cannot poiseBS. WE KEEP EVERYTHING, AND ARE DETERMINED TO SELL CHEAPER THAN VAX 13E rVHCUASED ELSE y. WHERE. FRILINU GRANT. Eunbury, May 17, 1SC2. -o- HOW TO PROMOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS,. Paid Mrs. Smith to Mrs. Brown, . As they were walking through the town, " Where do you do your shopping ? That dress you re in, so neat and line, That when I sec it, really mine Looks positively shocking." "I'm sure your husband, Mrs. Brown Now don't be angry, pout and frown Is not so rich us mine, And yet you can ullord to buy Just twice as much, or more than I, And how, I cannot divino." Fays Mrs. Drown to Mrs. Smith : " 'j'bo reason you'll be startled with, It is so simple, clear You buy on credit, I for cash, I buy bargains, you buy tra.-h, I cheap, while you pay dear. 'Whono'er you want a dress or shawl, A colb'.r, hose, or what-not, call At tho cheap .Mammoth Stohk, They'll sell you goods so very low That you will eease to wonder so, II o w much rich goods 1 ve woro. ''My husband, as you truly say. Is poorer, fur, than yours to-day, And yet 1 can buy more, Becauso each dollar of his few Is. to mc. just us good as two. At the cheap .Mammoth Stoiie." So satisfied w as Mrs. Smith With Mrs. Frown's new arith metic, which did convince The first, and orciied so her eves, She hasn't ceased to patrouizo The Mammoth ever since. And now, w hen you t hauce to nieet ller husband, Smith, upon tho street, Around tho corner eouiing, His luce is lighted w ith a suiilo, ilis step elastic all lite while A pleasant tunc he's bumming. Ladies, if liko e ffect you'd see In your deur siu?c, which you and he, Ferehanee, nee'r saw belore, Just Airs'. Brown's prescription try, Aud all your list of lry tioods buy At thu cheap Mammoth Stouk. S T 1800 X. Iraksi lMnululiuii ItlllorM. They purify, strengthen, and invigoruto. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to change of water and diet They overcome effect ofdissipation nnd latehours They strengthen the system and enliven the mind Tbey prevent miasuiatic and intermittent fevers. They purify the breath mid acidity ol tho stomach 1 hey cure I'vpcpsiu and Constipation. They cure liiarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Mor bus. Tbey cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Ilead- , ache. They arc thu best Fillers in the woold. They make tho weak man strong, aud are exhausted nature's great restorer. They ure made of pure St. Croix Hum, thecelvbrated Culi.t.iva Baik, nxits and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a beverage, with out regard to age or time of day. Particularly re commended to delicate persons requiring a gentle stiuiuluut. fcwld by all Grocers, l)ruggistj, flotels and Saloons. 1. 11. PRAKU & CO., 2u Broudwuy, New-York. tober 25, 1863. A MM'TI'KI! ' TO YOUNG MEN ! Jutl Tullishtd, in a Heaktl Envcloite. Prxet Six Coils. ALocture on the Nature, treatment and Radical ot Spermatorrhea or Sciniual W eaknoss, Invol uulary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally, Norvousuoss, Consumption, Epilepsy aud Fits : Meutul and l'hvsiciil lnrH,.u..ii resulting from Self-Abuse, 4o fly ROBERT j. Cl'LN LRW ELL, 41. 1., Author of the Oreen Book. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Leo- .urn, cicariy proves iroin ms own experience that awful conscquoni'ci ol helf.abuse may ha effectually removed without medicine, aud without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, Instruments, rings, or coimals, iM.iutmg out a mode of euro at ouee ecrtain knd etleclual, by which every sufferer, no matter what hi condition may be, may cure himself cheaply privately, aud radically. Xhi lecture will nrovi a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a ulain mv.Ln. .. drew, on the receipt of six cents, or Iwo pusUxe stamps, by addressing. Feb IS, liSS ly Jo ' r it j iiKwi t bfivs'a iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii iiiTrrmii m imnmv CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence nn the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimu late it into healthy action. They remove th obstructions of the stomach, bowel, liver, and other organa of the body, and, by restoring thou- irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, such derangement a are the first eauaea of disease. An extensive trial of their virtue, by Professor, Physician, and Patient, has shown cure of dan gerous diseaae almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by person of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificate are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we give Direction for their use in the complaints which they have been found to cure. For Costivbn ess. Take one or two Tills, or inch quantity as to gently movo the bowel. Cos tiveness is frequently the aggravating cause of Pilr. and the cure of one complaint is the cure of both. No person can feel well while under a costive habit of body. Hence it should be, a it can be, promptly relieved. For Dtsi'Rpsia, which ia sometimes the cause of Coilirenrjs, and always uncomfortable, take mild doses from one to four to stimulate the stomach and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and the heartburn, bodyburn, and toulburn of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When it ha gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid Inaction of thi Botcch, which produce general depression of tho spirit and bad health, take from four to eight Pill at first, and smaller dose afterwards, until activity and strength is restored to the system. For Nervousness, Sick Hkadache, Napsra, Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four to eight pills on going to bed. If thev do not oper ate sufficiently, take more tho next day until they do. These complaints will be swept out from the system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis orders because your stomach is foul. For Srupfula, Erysipxlar, and all Disease of the Skin, take tho Pills freely and frequently, to keep the bowels open. Tho eruptions will gener ally soon begin to diminish and disappear. Many dreadful ulcers and soros have been healed up by tho purging and purifying cried of these Pills, and some disgusting diseases which seemed to saturate the whole system havo completely yielded to their influence! leaving the sufferer in perfect health. Patients! your duty to society forbids that you should parade yourself around the world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, sores, and all or any of the unecan diseases of the skin, because your system wants cleansing. ' To Puiufy tub Blood, they are the best medi cine ever discovered. They should bo taken freely and. frequently, and the impurities which sow the seeds of incurable diseases w ill be swept out of the svstcm like chaff before the wind. By this property they uo as mucn goou m preventing sicxncss as uy the remarkable cuics which they are making every where. Liver Complaint, Jaundice, nnrl all Biliotu Affetlinn arise from some derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver. Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and render it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the health, and the constitution is frequently under mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symp tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties the bile into the stomach causes the bile to overBow into the blood. Tins produces Jaundice, with long and dangerous train of evils. Costivencss, or alternately costivencss and diarrhoea, prevails. Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness, restlessness, and melancholy, with sometimes in ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness ; sometimes there is severe puin in the side ; the skin and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ; the stomach acid; the bowels sore to the touch; the whole system irritable, with a tendency to fever, which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious diarrhoea, dysentery, Ac. A medium dose of three or four Pills' tnken at night, followed by two or three in the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove the cause of all these troubles. It is wicked to suffer uch pains when you can cure them for 25 cent. ltHBf uatihm, Gout, onrf all Inflammatory Fe ver are rapidly cured by the purifying ctfocts of these Pills upon the blood and the stimulus which they afford to the vital principle of Life. For these and all kindred complaints they should be taken in mild doses to move the bowels gently, but freely. As a Dinner Pii.l, this is both agreeable and useful. No Pill can be made more pleasant to take, and certainly none has been made more ell'ectuul to the purpose for which a dinner pill is employed PREPARED RY DR. JT. C. AVER V CO., Practical and Analytical Chemists, y LOWELL, MASS., AND BOLD CY Sold by I'riling Grant, and XI. A. Fisher, in Punbury, Dr. 11. B. McCoy, Northumberland. J. F. Caslow, and C. Brown, Milton. J. Chrisman, Turbutville. Hcrsh t Co., Mt. Carmcl. S. Bcrgstrcsser, Elysburg. W'iest. Mahonoy. Weaver A McW illiams. I'axinos, And Dealers Everywhere Aii gust2, 1 KS2 1 y NXOl'XCES to all who trado in Suubury, that JiX. ho has just iuruhascd a well S'Ietlfd NEW GOODS, Which he offers at his old stand, near Covert's Uote west end of Market Square, very CHEAP FOU CASH Or if that will not do, just as cheap 'jt v o i: r it v ritwi v v i-y. II is stock consists of a largo assortment of HATS, BOOTS. CAPS. fciltJKS. CHATS. SALT, PANTS. fcO.AP, VKSTS. ISIU'SHFS, HARDWARE, QLLKNSW ARE, and other articles altogether too numerous to men tiun. CALL .A.TMTD SEE. r-unnury, January 3, lSti.t. l.;ii'kav uunu Jt 1UoomiImii-; Kail road. ON and after November 17, 1S02, Pauongcr Trains will run as 1'ultuws : MUVIXU SOVTII. Freight Sr Passenger. Vas.senzer. Leave Scranton, 8.00 A.M. 10.15 A. M " Kingston, 8.20 11.10 P.M. " Rupert, 11. SO " Dauville. 12.05 Arrive at Northumberland, 12.45 P. M. HOVIVIl KOHT1I Leave Northumberland. &.20 P. M. " Danville,- 6.00 " Ruiert, 6.35 " Kingston, 8.45 Leave, 1.45 P.M. Arrive at Scranton, 10.00 P. M. 3.40 A l'ussenger Train also leuves Kiugstou at 8.00 A. M., for Scranton, to couuect with a train for New York It.. I, ,';. I,.......- c ..... ... .. . ..... -, Duinnwu vu arrival of lrain from New York, at 4.15 P. M. Tho Lackawanna A Bloouisburg Railroad oonnoets with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Rail road at Scranton, for New York uud intermediate points east. At Rupert It connect with tho Cattawissa Rail road, for DOlntS both eiuit nn.l nrri, in .t 1, ;i adelphia at A 15 P, M. At Knrtillinihrtrlun.l tt jan..A.,l. lit. 1L TiL'i . t pbia trio KiuIjuhJ aud Northern Cent nil Kail rimd, fur point wvtt nnd south l'tuueunuri nrrivinif at JlRrrilmrir 1 hi P 1 Pl.i1u.lul..t,:.. ia n n . and Baltimore 10.20 P. M. Ihe freight and Passenger Train north, Inave Nnrlhiimt.Mrlun.l A Ah k u 1 : ... . .... . . .n.,.im.rrouiu v.jir M., pusaiug Danville at H.20 P. M. , j uii a r. xi&uux, Bup't, J. C. Weli, General Tickot Agent. Nov. 29, 1W0X BOO-ARDUS' sua HrvHdwii), .ewVvrk, "CARTES DE VISfTK." ri,..i,.l,. r uww uj'IIVj "K lVt7 reotypoa, 4c, taken in tho bent style otha Art? To Scn ous NuU'ercrs ol'boll Mcxes, AitfcVEUKNU GENTLEMAN having been re stored to health in a few dun. aiW i,,.,l..r.,;,, all ih usual routiue aud irregular expensive mode of treutniont, without suoccss, considers it h's sacred duty to communicate to bis atnioted fellow creature the vaixi or ( t an. Hence, on th roeeipt of an addressed envelope, he will tend (free) oopy of th prescription used. Direct to DR. JOHN M. DAGNALL. , IM Tultoa tiut, Brooiljp, V. y January 21, 1603. JUST RECEIVED ! ! Ha just returned from Philadelphia with SPLE1TDID STOCK OP Spring & Summer Goods. For MrnV Wear. Cloth, Comlmere, Vesting, Italian Cloth, Linen Coating, Linen Chock and Cottonade. Indicts Wcnr. A large assortment of Dress JOoods, kBlack and Fancy Bilks, Silk Tissues, Fancy Berages, Shallcy, all Wool Delanes, Moeambique Goods at low price Silk Levollas, Dolancs, Lawns, Ginghams and Prints. A full line of Irish Linen and Whit Good. Stella border and Fancy Summer Shawls, Bilk and Lace Mantillas, Ac. Ready Mad Clothing, A good assortment f Hat and Caps, A largo assortment of Boot and Shoes, A full stock of Groceries, Molasses and Sugar, Hardwaro and Building Material, A full stock of Queen and Glassware, A full stock of FLdi, Salt, Oils and White Lead, A largo stock of Now Wall Taper, A new stock of Stone and Earthenware, And thousands of articles not enumerated. Uf All tho above will bo sold cheap for Cash or Country Produce . J. H. ENQEL. Sunbury, May 17, 1SK2. it H,; ii i, v lJiiMurrAivr i:iv M C. GEAUIIART Has llETtRSEn with a New Stocx or 'on lV'lloiuir !(, I'm it mid 1'ojsi nT seems as if a new age, a new life was opening upon us, animating every heart to nobler deeds uuu liiL'ticr aims'. Art, Literature una science will glow anew, nnd sock to dcvclopu sublimer beauties and grander conception. The business world, too. must feel tbencwinflttenoo and every part be quickened and strengthened by an increased vitality, which shall urge us on with elec tric speed to the consummation of greater things than was ever (Ire.inieil ot in ttie riniosopny 01 tno past Animated bv the enthusiasm which pervades all classic, ami desirous of doing his share towards '-The Treat event of the Asc." tho subscriber would re speetfully inform the good people of SUNBURY nnd the ruhlic generallv. that ne nas Just rcturneil rrom the city of Philadelphia with the largest and choicest slock of Conf'octioniiries, Fruit anil Toys, that has ever been brought to this section ot country. Jlo i also manufacturing nil kinds of Coufcctionuries, tc usAll un orders, wholesale or retail, at short notice, inong bis stock of CONFECTION ARIES may be found : French Secrets, Burned Almonds, Crcnni White, " Lemon, Kose. " Vanilla, Common Secrets, Liquorice, Bananas, Dates, Gum Drops, all kiudssccnt, 1ove Drops, Mint Drnjis, red and white Jelly Cakes, Fruit Drops, Stick Cundics, of all scents, Rock Candy. Almond Candy. FRUIT. Prunes, Fiirs, Currants, dried, Raisens, Nuts of all kinds. LEMON SYRUP of a superior qualitv, by tbo single or dor. en. A superior quality of Tobacco and Scgars. nnd a variety of ConfectionaricB. Fruit, Tovs, Ac, all uf which u otfered cheap at wholesalo uud retail. ft- Remember tho name and place .rA1 M. C. GEARIIAIIT, Market street, 3 doors west of E. Y. Bright & Sou store. Sunbury, April 14, 1801. ly IHU3. Arrnnjeoiiif-nt IM. ol" nv York Unea, THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL PHIA AND TRENTON R. R. CO.'S LINES. From Philadelphia to Xeir York and Way Places. from Walnut street Wharf ami Keusingtun Depot, will leave as follows, viz: raKE. At 6 A. M., via Cumden and Ainboy, (C. and A. Accommodation.) $2 25 At 6 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, X.J. , Accommodation. 2 25 At 8 A. M.. via Camden and Jersey City, (Morning Mail,) 3 00 At H A.M.. via Camden and Jersey city 2d Class Ticket 2 25 At 11 A. M. via Kensington and Jersey city, Express 3 00 At 12 M. via Camden and Awboy, C and A. (Accommodation.) 2 25 At 2 P. M.. via Camden and Auibov, (C. and A. Express,) f 3 00 At 3 P.M., via Kensington aud Jersey City, Wacli. and X. Y. E.prc-s 3 00 At t!J P. M.. via Kensington and Jersey Citv, (Evening Mail.) 3 00 At 11 ) P. M. via Kensington and Jersey city, Southern Mail. 3 00 At Ii (night) via Kensington and Jcrtcy city Soutuern Express 3 00 At 4 P. M., via Cumden and Amboy, (Accom modation, Freight und Passenger, First Class Ticket. 2 25 Second Clam Ticket, 1 50 For Water Gap, Stroudsburg, Scranton, Wilkos barre, Montrose, Greut Bond, Ac., at 6 A. M., from Kensington, via Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad. For Maucb Chunk, Allentown, Bethluhem, Belvi dere, Easton, Lambcrtvillo, Flemiuglou, Ac. at 4 A. M.. from Kensington Depot, and at 21 P. M., from Waluut street W harf. (The 6 A. M. Line connects with Trains leaving Easton for Maueh Chunk, at 3-20 P. M.) For Mount llollv. at 6 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. Fur Freehold, at 6 A. M. and 2 P.M. WAY LINES. For Bristol, Trenton, Ac, at 11 A. M. and 21 and i P. M. from KenaingUin, For Palmyra, Kiverlon, Delanco, Beverly, Bur lington. Florence, Bordentown, Ac, at 12, 1, 2, 4j aud 6 P.M. tir" For New York, and Wy Lines leaving Ken sington Depot, take the Cars on Fifth street, above Walnut, half an hour before departure. Tho Cars rnu into the Depot, and on the arrival of each Train, run from the Depot. Fifty Pounds of Baggage only, allowed each passenger. Passengers are prohibited from taking anything as baggage but their wearing aparel. All baggage over fitly pounds to be paid for extra. The Company limit their responsibility for baggage to une iKiuar per pound, ana will not ue liable lor any aiuuum ueyonu ?iiju. except Dy special contract. v)Ji. 11. UATZMEK, Agent. January 17, 186.1. SIMON P. WOLVERTON. Attorney nnd l ouiuelvr lit Lutr, Office, Market street, 2 doors west of Depot, SUNBURY, FA.. J ILL attend prouiptley to the collection of claims 1 1 ana alt oilier pruluasioual Dusiuetw intrusted to bis care in isoriiiumbertana and oujoiuing counties. Sunbury, May 3, 1802. IlltAUY lIOl'Si:. Corner of Stat and Third Street, Uahrisbi-ro, Pa. THIS HOUSE, in consequence of it convenience aud near location to the Capitol, has made it a desirable stopping place, not only for those having business at the seat of Government, but fur other visiting Harrisbiirg. March 2i, HW. HEIMSTBEET'S Inlxuiutltle Ilulr ltestt orulire. IT IS NOT A DYE, But restore gray hair to It original color, by supply ing the capillary tube with natural utenanee, im paired by age or disease. All instantaneous dyes are composed of lunar eaustio, destroying the vitality and beauty of the hair, and afford of thenuolve no dressing, lluimstreet' Inimitable Coloring not only restore haii to it natural color by aa easy process, but give the hair a LL'Xl'RIAXT BEAUTY, promote it growth, prevent iu falling- off, eradi cate dandruff aud Impart health and pleasantries to th head. It has stood lb Ut of tins, being th original Hair Coloring, and is constantly Increasing in favor. Used by both gentlemen and ladie. It is sold by all respectable dealer, or ean be proenred by them of the commercial agent, D. 8. BAKNEH, J03 Broadway, N. Y. Twouies, M cent and f 1. October 25, t bJ. NEW AND USEFUL ARTICLE. HALEY, MOUSE BOTDEN'S Putent . . Nftr-ArtJiiMlnar (lolhru tVrlnifrr Simple, Economical, Durable, and to not Liable to get out oi umer. The Relf-Adlusting Clothes Wringer, is one of the greatest improvement of the nineteenth century, and baa only to be known and tried, to com into general use. The saving of clothes, In pressing out the water between two rubber rolls, instead uf wringing or twisting, will amount to enough ink short time, to pay lor amacmne. Every on is aware, that Ui twistlni or wringing of clothes, stretches and breaks the fibre; but thi machine presses Iticm so evenly, that a newspaper thoroughly soaked, can be wrung, without breaking it in the least, and It works so easily, that a child twelve years old ean operate it without trouble. Hot water does not injure the rolls, and woollen goods ean be wrung out of boiling water to provent fulling, which cannot be done by hand. In Starching, it Is Invaluable, especially on large artieles, such as Ladies' Skirts, Ac, a it leaves the starch in the clothe perfectly even. It will wring the largest bed quilt or the smallest pocket hand kerchief, drier than ean possibly be done by hand, without alteration. In less than one-einth tho time. Tho machine is so simple that it is not liable to get ont of repair. The great improvement in this, every every other Wringing Machine yet invented, is, its Self-Adjusting arrangement, requiring no alteration, u wring a 1 ii ,l.:r ................... 1.. .1.- T . unuuKviuiuui or uv iiuji.vitim-uvuujii uiu uiuafc ig norant servant can ode-rale it. The machino is made of wood, and so arranged that no iron ean possibly eonie in uontnet with the clothes, thereby avoiding all danger of injury to the clonics. Dy iron rust. This is the most simpleand effective Clothes Wrihir er yet invented. Thoso purchasing can use them two weeks, and Iftlicy are not perfectly satisfied, re turn them, and their money will be refunded. Address L. E. SNOW, Philadelpba, Or II. B. MASSER, Agent for Northumberland co, July 6, 1802. w'i'i:.v.ti 1I.OI KI.MJ t ItllE subscribers having taken possession of this X first class FhOtriilNG MILL, mo prepared to receivo grain of all kinds, and to do custom work at the shortest, notice. Customers will have their grists ground immediately npon their being left at the Mill. As it is the intention of tho firm to stock , 1. .. Milt - 1 i e : - . ,i i - .i .. iitv win, inii nuoi'ij' ui jiinui nui un uoiisiuiili y kept on hand, and Hour by the quantity can ulways oe ootaiuca. mo greatest care will te taken to turn out a superior quality of flour, for which the mill is admirably adapted. Strict attention will be paid to the wants of customers, and the patronugo of the puolic generally mrespectlully requested. Suubury, June 23, 1800. MORGAN A CO, iii:kicm lio'i'Ki, Ilnrrisburg, Pa. rPIIIE manogementof this well-known Hotel liav X ing been resumed by Messrs. COYLE A IIERR, the present proprietors, beg leave to inform the public that the houso is now being thoroughly renovated, refilled, and improved, Willi a view to the proper and comfortable acomnniodation of those who may favor tho establishment with their custom.' Guest will receive due attention and courtesy, and no expense win oc spr.ren that may conduce to maintain hotel in a first-class stvlo. Fainiliis and others desirintr. to soioum In Harris buric d urine the summer months, will find pleasant boarding and large and well-ventilated rooms at our establishment, upon moderate terms. SCOTT COYI.E, March 29. 1R2. J. GILBERT IIERR. s r:iiritv a'aii:.tiv. milE SUNBURY ACADEMY will bo- opened on I uie nrst .Monday ot Aovciuuer, jew:. TUITIOX-rER QUARTER. Juvenile scholars, f2 00 English branches. 4 00 Sciences and higher Mathematics, i 00 Languages, 6 00 M. RHODES, i'riucipal. Sunbury, Xov. 1. 1SB2 IVlsitr'M Xew York Tjpc Foundry. 1100K, XEWSPAPEIt, JOB Ay D ORX. 21 EXT A L TC"5r JS." JBE3 W JT. have the fullest assortment of tho most useful kinds of Plain and Ornamental Tvne, mnnu- factored from the most durablo metals, finished witli the greatest care and accuracy, securing perfect justi fication. Specimen Books and estimates furnished upon ap plication, also, PRINTING PRESSES, with their appurtenances of all the approved uiakers- W 0 O D TYPE, or nil the latest styles, of nil sizes. Metal Furniture Labor-Saving Rules, Cases, Cabinets, Furniture, Printing Ink, and every article the Printer requires. Terms liberal. Prompt nt'ention. FARMER, LITTLE 4 CO., rVt and 65 Bcckman street, New Y'ork. May 3, 1S02. 'I'lio Atlnm'H i;.vHM's,i t'oiiipitiiy , IVE NOTICE that they have concluded nr I rangenients witli the Northern Central liuilroad Company lo run trains from .Baltimore for York. Harrisburg. Dauphin. Halifax. Trevortnn, Sunbury, Northumberland. Lewisburg. Milton, Muucy, W'il liauisjiort, and all intermediate stations, connecting at Harrisburg with the GREAT WESTERN EX PRESS for Pitteburg, Cincinnati, St. Louis and the West. Also with Howard A Co. 's Express nt Milton or Danville, Bloomshurg, Wilkesbarre, Pittslon. Scran ton, and intermediate stations on the Caltawissa, Lackawanna A Bloomshurg Railroads. At Wil liamsport, by Howard A Co.' Expn-ss to Jersey Shore and Lock Haven. Also, by Howard A Co., and their connections, for Canton, Troy, Elmira, Rochester, Bitflalo, Niagara, and to all accessible jMiints iu Western New 7,"rK and Canada, by which they will forward Merchandise, Specie, Bank Notes. Jewelry, and Valuublo Packages of every doscrifv lion. Also, Notes, Drafts and Bills for CoIIcctin lOxperiene.ed and efficient messengers employed ..... ..IT. ...Ml 1. 1.. ... i.. uuu uioi i-uuii mil uu ujuui" in rcuucr sit- -i,ici ion JOHN BINGHAM. Superintendent Penn'a Division, Philadelphia. R. A. FISCHER, Ageut for Sunbury. April 5, 1SG2. Xnrflippri l"!Mif litiSlu-nv ( wi.vn:it ti.iii: tai;i.i:. TWO TRAIN'S DALY to aud from the North and W est Branch Siirquehunuu, Elmira, and all of North ern New York. 'AN and after MONDAY, November 17th, 1S62, U the Passeiijrcr Trains of tho Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart from Suubury, Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, vu : B U V T 11 W A K 1) . Mail Train leaves Sunbury duily (except Sundav). 1 45 P. M " leave Harrisburg, 5 20 " " arrives at Baltimore, lu 20 " Express Train leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday.) 11 20 P. M. " leave llurrisburg (except Monday.) 2 45 A. M. " arrive at Baltimore daily (except Monday). 7 30 A. M Mail Train leaves Baltimore daily (ex cept Sunday) 8 30 A. M " leave Harrisburg 1 45 P. M " arrives at Sunbury, 4 50 ' Express Traiu leaves Baltimore daily 8 40 P. M " arrives at Harrisburg, 1 50 A M. leaves Harrisburg (except Monday), S 20 A. M " arrives at Suubury. 6 20 " For further information apply at the Office. I. IS. DlBAKRY. Supt. Nov. 29, 1862. Mull Paper-lOOO 1ocpm. OF WALL PAPER OF EVERY DESIRABLE STYLES AND PATTERNS. TUST received direct from the Manufacturer, at j mo jja.u.uoia oiunr. oi FRILING I GRANT. unhnry, March 15, 1862 Nuve your l'rnll. B Y using Mason'' Patent Sheet Metal Screw Top rrwrm o nr. MASOJS'S PATE XT SHEET METAL SCKEW IVPi All that is necessary being to screw th Cap down jpou the Rubber Gasket, which is planed oulsida pun the shoulder of the Jar, Jof an inch distant join the kip ; prevent the possibility of the flavor of ne fruit being injured by coming in oontaet with th .ubbcr. Persons desiring these Jar ean be supplied by leaving their order with H. B. MASSER, Agent. Suubury, June 2, 1860. MaailxlUKtOB llouae, 'NORTHUMBERLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, (Near th Bridge.) FTUIE subscriber having leased thi well known X Tavern Stand, lately kept by Mrs. C. 6. Brown, respectfully informs th public that he Is refitting and repairing tho promises, and will b prepared to en tertain, in a comfortable manner, hi numerous friend throughout th county, and all who may patrouise hi establishment. April 12, 182 JOSEPn VAN'KIRK BLANK (Parehment Paper.) Deed and blank Mortgages, Bond, Execution, Summon, Ac fur al X Ui eflio of th "Sunbury American. " ImporluRt to Lovrra ol Uood Tcu, BRIGHT BON leviu attention t their ock of Prim Greea aud Btaek Tea. Eunbury, June !. 1861. A jLarffe Annortmcnt or EVAXB WATSONS BALAMANDER BAFES. GREAT FIRE AI READING, PA. February 12, IS62. OUTLXMr It irlve me much satisfaction to Inform you that in the severe fire which, on the morning of th 4th Inst., entirely destroyed all my stock and material, I had ono of your Salamander nre i roui suies. Alter enduring an Intense red heat for seven hoars, th Safe was opened, and th Books and Papers woro preserved in an nnibleiuished condition. 1 shall need another Safe as soon aa I get, in order. Yours, most respectfully, W. P. DICKINSON, Reading, Pa. I IRE AT GREEN CASTLE. CnAMBrnsBiiio, Franklin county, Pa., I August Hist. 1WJ1. j Messrs. Evaxs A Watson. Philadelphia Gentle. men: On the inornine of the 22d of Aurust. lKfll. our Storehouse at Greoncastle destroyed by fire. nn. c. , i r i . j r - inm naianianuer i?aie wo puroasaea irom you some few years since was In the above mentihued store house, and oontained all our books, papers, cash, Ac, which were preserved In a perfect condition, alter being exposed to a most intense heat for several hours. J'lease liilorui us upon what terms you will sell us another larger Safe. Yours truly, OAKS A AUSTIN. Sulaninndpr Safes, for Banks. Stores, Privato Families, Ac, Ac. Also, Evans t Watson' Patent Alphabetical Bank Locks and Bank Vault Doors, equal to any mudn in the country, and sold on as good terms. E A W. would respectfully refer to tho following Banks and other panics, having their Safes and Lucks now in use, to their entire satisfac tion, and many others given at their Store. UsiTun States Mint, Branch Bank, Shclbyvillo Philadelphia. Tennessee. Umtkr States Arsexa L,City Bank of Philadelphia. California. Consolidation B'k of Phila. Pottstown Bank. Pn. Coni'th Bank of Phila. Coatcsvillo Bank. Pa. ChatanoogaBank, Tenu. fetroudi-bnrg Bank, Pa. Pre in Loan Ass on, 4th st. Jersey Shore Bank, Pa. Lock llnven Bank, Pa. Hank ol Northumberland. Bonk'of XorlVn. Libcttvs, 1'hiladeli. ii!.-.. union Bank, Baltimore. Southwestern Bank of Va. Paul nnd Sw ill, Bankers, Fulton Bank, Atlanta, (fa. Alabama. Newark Bank, Del W. G . Sterling. Wilkcsb'c. Bank of N. C, Raleigh, Lewishitrg Bank. Pa. Other references given upon culling at our Store, No. lrt S. Fourth Street, Philadelphia. March 23. 1802 ly raA'l'TllliWM A'X, Vltoriirysi fit Ijiw, No. 160 Cor. Fullon and Broadway, NEW YORK. Will carefully attend to Colloctious and all other mutters iutrustvd' to aacir care. May 21, 1858. 'i;.WRAi. iioti:i., Nuitbiiry, rlliniiibri-lanl CoPn.' TIHIS large aud commodious Hotel, now managed 1. by JASiES VANDYKE, is situate at the Rail road Depot, North East corner of Market Square, Sunbury, Pa., and at the terminus of tho Suubury A Erio and Northern Central Railroads, and is open for the accommodation of Travelers and tho public in general. The proprietor will givo his exclusive attention to the comfort and convenience of his guests, and is. def .mined to make this establishment rauk among tho first iu the Slate. His table will be supplied with the best the market can produce, having the advantage of daily commu nication by cars direct from Baltimore, and also from these bringing produce from the surrounding country. His bar will he supplied with the purest liquors tho market can produce. Careful aud obligingservnutsalnarsinattendamre-- New aud commodious stabling has just been added to the premises. A share of tho local and traveling community is most respectfully solicited. Suubury, January 12, 1861. ' li'ternnf ionnl Ilolt-I, 65 and 307 Broattuuty, Corner Franilirt Street. NEW YORK. riAHIS first class House the most quiet, homelike, JL and pleasant Hotel in the city offers superior iuducemcnt to those visiting New York for business, or pleasure. It is central in its location, and kept on the Eriioi-KAX Plan, iu connection with Tavlok' Saloon, where refreshments can be had at all hours, or served in their ow n rooms. The charge are mo- (Jlerate, the rnuxnt anil attendance of the first order baths, und all The modern conveniences attached. larch 20. IStiS. ,va iJij i a i ii tti JUST received from New York a large assortmrnr of WALL PAPER, consisting nC One Hi snnrti ANn ttlXTY-THRRB DlFFKKRNT StVLEL ANU PaT- tt'tvn, varying in price from 6 cents upwards, all of whfh will be sold at th lowest cash prices, at the chp store of J. H. EXGEL. Suubury, March 22, JR62. riMii.i: a i.Y SEWING 3VIA.aKIISrE CO-,. 038 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Dtscriflirt Circulars, with Samples uf Wurt will be tent Mail Fire. HOUR ' FAMILY SEWING MACHI-VE," A VINO attained a well established mid Haltering reputation, us being of all machines yet intro duced, the one best adapted to All Kindn of Famii r Sewinii. and having met with a success in its sain beyond our greatest auticipatiou. so much so. that for three mouths our orders have been uhead of our capacity to supply, we would now announco that we have increased our manufacturing facilities, so that from this time forth, we shull be enabled to supply' orders on demand. In the changes brought nl"ut by the war. no one' thing has played a more important part than the 'Sewino Mai iiink." Without it three-fourths of our soldiers would to-dav bo clothed in anything d'. Military Costume." All over the land army clo thing has been the work required of our patriotic women, and nobly have they responded . Not coutent to make only so many garments as their hands could accomplish, they havj? called tho "Sowing Machine" to their aid, and by it havo rolled out the soldier- Coats, Pants and Shiiits. at a rule astonishing to themselves. Knowing that this work could not lung continue, many thoughtful, prudent hoiin-nives. era careful to select the machine of all others, which would do the heavy army work, and when done with that, then to be used as their Family Mai hint, uud in selecting ono of tho Finkle X Lvox Sewing M.vrntxi Company s Family Machines," w ith which you may sew from the finest cambric to ihu heai iest cloth, without change of feed, needle, or tension they have not been disappointed. Thus having developed tho adaptability of our machine for all kinds of work, we have madcauothcr stop in advance, aud by several important changes in our -No. 3 Mkdu m Machines," have produced a, TaII.ouinu Mai'hkk." which we confidently claim to be the "BEST TAILORING MACHINE" yet introduced, sewing the coarsi-st linen thread with as much ease as the common cotton and when required may bo used to do the very finest cambric work, with 150 or 200 cotton thus combining in one compact form, evory qualitv required in either a FAMILY Oil MAX I. FACTLR I . ti MAI 11 IX E. We have bad our Machines bef'ure the publie long enough to cslablish their reputation. Doieps of others who started with living colors -have fullen by the wayside ;' and "soon the places that knew them will know them no more." Step by step has tho Finklk A Lyon .Maiiiink won ita way to public favor ; its success is established, and henceforth our aim shall be, as it has in the past been, to still further improve; simplify aud reduce tho cost of our ma chine. We shall, iu a few da vs. issue a new price list. F'or further particulars address. FINKLE A LYON SEWING MACHINE CO., No. 538 Broudwav, New Yolk, lyll. B. Masker, Agent. Suubury, Pa. Murch 29, 1SG2. Manului-turcrai of Nloiic M ure. COWDEW & WILCOX, HARKISBURQ, FA. f"l"VlE Stone W are now made at this esluldishmuut X is equal to any made iu this couutrv. FWcry va riety of articlo usuullv made, always on band. Harriabury, May 3, 1862 ' JAMES BARBER'S WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL CLOCK .ESTABLISHMENT, S. E. Corner Second and Chestnut U., Philadelphia. AGENCY forth. PATENT EQUALIZING THIRTY DAY CIAJCKS. a varv dnaiiahln .,i,..l. t... es, Hotels, Bants, Counting Houses, Parlors, Ac. also, Manufacturer or FINK UOLD PENS. Clocks repaired aial warranted. Clock Tniiiiuiiuu of every description. I'tulul:hia, January 19, 3y II. II. MANtSKH, Attornt-y at Iaw. SUSBVRY, TA.-, Colleotions attended thumUrland, Union, Snyder, Montour, Columbia and Lyoomiug. REFERENCES. Hon. John M. Reed, Philadelphia. A. U. Oattell A Co., " Hon. Wm. A. Porter. Morton McMichael, Esq., E. Kelcham A Co., 2nJ Pearl Street, John W. Asbuiead, Attorney at Law. Matthew A Cox, Attorneys at Law. Sunbury, March 29, 1662. N.w York. I.uiabrr I Lumber f PHILIP SHAY, Money, Lycoming eouuty, Pa., N FORMS hi friend and the nublie iu Kenera'. 1 that h aousUully Weon baud Boards, bbiuglc a th. Joins, aud all kinds of Lumber aud saiildiuir LaUTials, which he kill Sell at the low at liners. mMariih 3V, IN)1.