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81XULE FCBSCRiniOS : Two Dollar per annum, to be paid halfyarly a mUwic. Ao yaptr discontinued uutil all r curves art paid. TO CUBS : Tliron cnries to on address, $ $ 00 S 'Tcu . ilo do 10 00 Iifleen ilo do 20 00 f'iv Dollars, in mftiuioo, will pay fur tlirct years' suhscrition to tlic American. Club suhsv.rlptlons mint bo Invariably paid In ad vance, and Kent to one address. If suhserihers nottlector roliisa to take their ncie papers from the oftice to which they are directed, they i re rostiomilde until they bar aiitllod the bills and otdered them discontinued ' riisiiu'ti.ter will pleat act as our Agents, and frauk leiters containing suhscription money; They are permitted to do thia under ttio I'oat CMScfl Law. VjomUiK InHurnnrc CiMpiui)'f "WILKESBAREE. VPt. t nplt nl ndurilii, $1 1 S.COO. DIRECTORS: 1 M. Ilnllcuback, L. D. Fhoemaker, .h im llciehard. 1. O. Priesbach, r'ainnel Wadhnuis, lb C. Smith. It. 1. Lncoe. tuns, llormncc, (hurles A. Miner, Win. &. K"s. W, Vt . Ketcham. ... l. Harding. U.M Iini.l.KXliACK. President. L. I. SllOL.MALKK, Vice President. It. C. Smith. Secretory. W. W. STKiii.txti, Treasurer. This Ccinipnny Insures Ihree-fonrlh of the Cash slimtion. takes no Premium Notes, make no Assess ments, 1'oliey acknowledges all niuueis paid during tl:o term of your Insurance. A. CRAWlfOHD, Agent. Mny 30, ISO,-!. 1y Alloi-noj ami (Touiisu'llor lit I.:i (.'Dice on smith fide nf Market street, four doors wc.-t of K. Y. Ilri -lit A Son's Store, 8UNBUKY, FA., i Will attend promptly to all professional husinrss nitni'ted to his cure" the collection ot eluinis hi Mortliiiuiljerlandnud the adjoining counties. Suubury, May 2.1, l-i'i.'t. ly J. E. I-TEXiI-Eli, " j MDMIl M Mi i t.'il'.ce. on south side ol Market Square, near the Court lloii?e, BTjr33TJIfSr, PENN'A. Will attend promptly to nil prolession.il business intrusted to his eare." the collection of claims in Noriliiinil'ovltind nnd the ii.ljotniug counties. Mtnbury, May :M, 1 ly Gr"R.lSrT (Ss'di'etzi I.OWEU WHAHF. SUNBUBV. FA. wmi.i:sAi.K Ai i:i:tail iJEAi.r.i.? l:T AVIIITE AS II C0.AL, in every variety. Order solicited and tilled with pro'iipfe" n'ti d-'-paich. Sin. bury. May Iij, Kr,:;.iy tli-i:- i;t i.itM. Suiiliiiry. Northun t e lau i i-ouiiiy. Vi i.os Ivj.r.iii. I I'Mi ineriy 1'rce; :m.' 1"T; eountv ) OI'I ICK. .Mallltl street, one door es.-t of I'riling tii.mt'a Store, and nearly opj o-ite the Court Honse All pi-u s?i..u.il business, cullcotii 'is. Ac , will re rr i c proi.Tpt alleiith u. April 12. l.V.J. SIMOTS . WOLVERidli, A(ti-ii-.v :inl 4 i:its-lr ill I jim ! t'l'iec. Market slice!. 2 doers we.-t of Ilcpot, SUNBURY, FA.. Wl attend pmuiplley to the collection of claims and all other irol'e.-?ionul bu.-incss iiu;-ii..ted to l;is car" in Nortlmioljcrlan-l and uiljt ining eo-jiil: :i Simii,r'. Mav e. Is. i2. rtsv i. ('t'i e.; .v i d umm:- rpin: L Su PHK subs Tiber resv.pe: ful lv int'.nn'S the people of r-'uuhury and vicinity, that he has opened an en tire iicm hiick ill clottilt'g tin'1 1- iii nistnug goo,, at hi new store in the buildirg of Charles Pleasants, K.-.. ia Murliul iuarc Jii.-.-' '.-k consists in part it 1C ITS' CLCTKI1TG- u-.'h as Coat?. Over Coats. pat;ts. vests, shirts, undershirts, drawers, stockings, uei klies. handker ciiiils, glocs, Ac Abo Hals nnd Caps uf all killus. Sli'E'?. ATXli fIBH:?!, ef all kill Is. TliI'MC."5. and Valises, umbrellas, and notion, of all kinds, bi-id". tomieroiis other ar-ticle-. I'hc j at'llc are reiat : ir .i togiuhiiu a call and examine hi::. to. k. j.::vi UKciiT ..muurv. Oct l-l". Confectionery. Toy and j FRUIT STORE,, ' Mai Sli--cl, -ir.ilMi-y; t -oNr!-:r"i ioxr.:;v op ai.i. kinds. : ToYtf or kvi:ky i)T-:"ftMVTJx. ' rnui i . ivc. j t'iTAXTI.Y on hand and for -ate a' "'it nf ove i , i.-;atdi-tiuo.i:l at Hi.i.l. sak' aed ictail. at reasou- i ,i.Vp,icrS. i lie is uiatit'faeliiring all kinds of C.-ifi'-tfosiarit t to keep up u lull aseol line ill vl.icll arc aidd at l'w r.it.-s hiV:!''!-!., r'c.irs. .ctnii a vsiiety'of lain r nrti. I vh 'b s;:le and retail. US I'cinclnber 1 1, ry. Nuts of all kinds, and .il! of whijii are ottered I iinnie and place. Jt J , JI. C. liLALHAlif, j r ne-t ot ;. Y. Uright A .-ou's Market street . .1 .h. store. t-iinbury. Sept. l'.i, Im'iJ. tf ISAAC K. STAUFFh". 1 (-li .litiici- iiikI .Inieler, m M'fAfni:i:u ok HLVER WAKE A lmpoitor of WATCHES Nj.lt-N-iih Sec I St . Crmr Ouarry. jqilLA- liELI'lUA HE las constantly on hand an as.ort.uer, of (.,, d a:,l sdv.r I'aleut Lever. Lepne and Ham E has constantly on h ind an assortment of (iold 1 Wan-he's: I ine (iold Chains. Seals 111. d Keys, lireast I l'iu-. Ear Rinirs. Finger l:itu, Lrnct lets. .Miniature j l.'n-ts. .Mednllitilis. Locket,, I'ent ils. Tllilllbles. .spec. 1 lai les. r-ll cr l aoie. 1 tesi i 1. lea. .-an tuei .nii-wini I":"):-; V.4: ."I":. 1 ne t ll-jlter Knive.-. Shiel I-. I'mnln. Iiiain IllolHl I tlllll- rd Pens, etc all of which will ties ,1,1 lv lor tasli : M I 'i"l!IAS.V t'o.S best quality full jeweled Patent Lei n '.Movements eoii-t.inlly ou hand; al.-o other Makersitf superior quality. X. R. Old Held and .SUcr bought for rash, vpt .V I - U -ly w ' lMUVATi; ACADEMY. NORTHUMBERLAND. AlUIE REV. J AMES IjK'K"V. will re oi'n bis 1 Academy on .M iuy, the I7ih day nf August, l-w'-M. The f lloH'unr branches will be taught : Latin. iret k. .Mathematics. I'bilt,M liy. Rhetoric, Louie, lits.k Ket pinit, S ocal .Music 111 theory and practice Also, iteoiji.tjl.y, Liriiiiiinar, History, t'oiueotiliou S ritiiitf ' TERMS ; Per (Juart.r of II week.. fit toll iu liiu atte Itraiiclns mlhoul tho lsojjusjrss fi UU Lai in and al' .e biauelns, ' " 1,1.0 k and niton biunckc., f " Suu I iiciiiur. l'ir luitl.tr put'l.n' trs i't lo l;l.V' JAMI.- 1 ! K.-i'X. Tiaebtr. Jturihuu.htilaiid, Aujtu-i I.I, l-soo ly TRUSSESS, SHOULDER BRACES, t I.A-l IC fTocKIN-i-' r'oR KXLAH-iEH VEIN or HIE 1.1 ii. AC ; liViuiiiciil. I r ail 'It foiiuiiies. Mt li!.'lllll.i lui Tru. 1 ( ,,, il .. 1 lt. t.l ..iber its ralehtit et II 11 iuttii-- -i---. - nutt't I i " t i.-ti tl Ills ult 1 1 liw. 10 I,! ow lb bch. I" I..-1, le el B If 1 o I' I l f "I I A t.l. ) 1 t lO.I'lv It. .1 jit lt.u IK at, to 4 t u ai' t e o ii i.ilt ll.e -1 ins and am-iy aud ti I. ut to it uiu It's llupiuia, .i. ri. " I 1 11 trio I ta lit at (alia l ,. ailioitt-'l I ' ' 1 B IU-1 I. d SI. ai It f lil.K sjit t f inti.i i'.n ftsa... i"t ,U t! Ill' I I.. Ii-V I'-lu a. 4 AU .u.ii.l ... so I ! 1 1 i k.t - ," .., ,t. e U. . I .I l uil 'V II t Xu I k .lei. lb bl to- .u.'i' louad Hu Otis, la4 Ultututs ati a.l .1. I it. 1.1 ---. .! I ! -til .' '! SUNBUEY FUBLTSIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, BY H. NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. ARRIVAL OF FALL & WINTER BOOTS AND SHOES, TtST received from New York and Philadelphia, a freb supply of the latest styles and of the best quality, which ha liss bad made np to order, and warranted to Rive goad satisfaction, lie has mada arrangements in the city to have his best work madn to order, which can be "had at all times, if not on bund thev will be procured at reasonable notice. Manufacturing of BOOTS and IsllOKS of all kiadl as usual. I will also who!cnle Roots and Shoes by the lox. Call and examine before purchasing th?bcre anil satisfy yourselves. Thankful for patronage heretoforo bestowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. Shop auj Store room, three doors west rf the Rail Road in Market Sonare. 1 WM. II. MILLER. KauWy, Sept. 19, ISM. "7AXTED iininediatelv. a Jour Shoemaker, on Men' Work. Hood wagespald. i 18G3. ' FRILING ISG3. & GRANT AT THK MAMMOTH STORE,' "TOri.II respectfully announce that they have! just received and opened a very large a.nrl well selee . J ted Stock or ! GOODS OF ALL KINDS, j which they are willing to di'pose of at a VKKY SMALL ADVANCE ON j I'irstt CiiM. v 0 OUR ST0UK IS COHP.LETE .nd r.Miu: v.( r.s kvkhytiiini; GIVE US A CALL. I Thankful for past fniors we h''po to meet a con ' tinuancc of the same by still selling tioods as cheap if not 4'IIi:.Ei:iE than can be purchased else. Eun.iNo i on.tT. Suiibnry, May 2,1. ) St'..' MTU:.NC'K'S ri UKi.NIL' syklp Will Cure tONSUMPIION. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup . T-!ll t'ure . CO.NSl Mt'TlOX. Schnnck's Pulmonic Syrup Will t'ure CDNSUMPTIOX. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup Will fur" coN.sL'Mrnox. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup Will Cure (i iNsoirnov. Schenck's Sea Weed Tonin Will Cure DYSl'Kl'SIA. Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic Will Cure DYfd'KI'SlA. fcichenck's He Weoit Tonic Will Cure DYSl'KPSIA. behenck'a Sea Weed Tonic Will Cure DYSl'I'.JIA ielienck's Mandrake Pills Will Cure I.IYKU COMPLAINTS. Kclier.cV'a Mandrake Pills Will Cure llVKll Ct.MPLAINTS. Bchenck's. Mandrake Pills Will Cure LIYKll COMPLAINTS, fichen'k'a Mandrake I'illa Will Clin LIVER COMPLAINTS Ml at No .1 II SCIIKXK has a Largo .Slit nf Rooms .'I- llond Street, New Y'ork, where be ean he louii'l eei v Tucslav from tl . u.. and at No. .'t'.i .Norlti SiAtU street, 1 hiludcq Ula, J'a., even tratur- dav. lie keeps a large supplv of medicines at his rooms. uhi.-li cm 1... t.n.l uf ..II tin,... f. ... .. ., tMminHliu ,, ,.' wi ,Iu Wul0 fIl ,. ., ,,..., ,.,,r,. ,r ,Ui,. ' but tor a thorough examination with tho Respiiome- j ter. Ii is price i- .Y j .Many persons are afraid to have their lungs ex- , found in-urahl... and bvthat means it i, , .11 off until S I , . . . . , " , . ,d it..,-, j,.,,, inucii oeiit r 11 woiioi lie 111 Know I their condition at once, asl.y uhundance of evidence, ! 1 I r. H has shoun tiitliciiiLit ccruficates iu this city ' 11011 110 nan curc'i aivaiicni tinges ot Lonsumplion lir S-henk 's 1'i iiiciiial office is No. M North Sixth street, l'hiladcli hia. Pu . where Iclteri for advico bouht always to directed. l'i ice of tho PuluiuLic Syrup an,l ,ea Weed Tonic each l per bottle, or 5 the ball Joiuii. Mandiake fills, 'Jo cents per box For sale by all Druggists and Storekeepers October 111, 1 crtj. :;tu JACOB O. BECK, MEKIIIANT TAILOR, .MurUt-l I reel, u-iify ooailc lite Hull Itontl -tol, STTNDUKY, P A ., IXFOUMSIhe eilisens of huulturv ami vicinity, that he has just returned troui I'bliadt lj Ilia ailh a full asMtriiueut ot r.1.1. .-m 111:11 ;oin, OK EVERY IECltlPTIOX ANI yl ALI I Y Hi. stock eonfl.u of Clolru, Kreucb Cb4bs, Rlack I'oe St, in ha, rnuoy Cassiiuerea. Rlnca Hllu. Eiuured SilUs. Plain and (alley Cawnueie VEft l I Ntiri. ahich ka mil make up to older in styles lu suit tits last o rU'iomiii, uu stioit nolle, autl Iba uiiut feaaouable terms An litt.4. Hot on ban t will ba furni.betl flora I'bilalelplua, l.y ttiu:g itttntavs' iioliue. linula luritulnsf by cuswuicrs will ba mad up to older as hcirioloi. As ka ml. iutloy none but cins-rianecd workmen, 1 .r.u. way niy uu (tiling lbi.11 mk wall Uuu hi Lis .nop ibaakful for lha plt.Bi! hui.lof .i b.lowd, b ie.tt:itull)r soltaila a 4titUiiuauMiol lb aaas huoLuiy, a4 Its, I W.J J 1UI M II IKIIsV ICM uwit-ttai ssii ansa CLOCK KSTAULISHMt'NT, S l I'wun (Ua4 auJ CkMti M . tUllo hi 1 t.tX( r (bt i'Alrkl Ewl ALUIXU TUIk. ; l l'X iLuiha ny ati.u aiuds I I L ult. baa, U-AtKt laii. ti.lt 4 Uiaw, I'Mlois, " I k i.ltjit.Si4tai4- jU ' fl-'H'ft- .'. - 'J IE F 0 E T R Y 'A be Old Vrnr nnl lli.cit ( THE DYING YEAR. Rlnff him out sadly, man, 'Tis his last hour ! Ring nut so madly, men, ltiug not so gladly, muu, Muuof the tower ! Light swing the hammer up, Light fnim? it down ; Send not such clamor up 0 rr the hushed towu. Tolt the hells slowly, men, 'Tis his last hour ! Toll the bells slowly, men, Dirge-like and holy, men, Men of the tower 1 Time strikes eleven, men ! Weird tneu of the night ! Tw k.lvk startles llenven, men, r'ruiu its body riven. The Year's Soul, undiriven, men, With its Wrong or Right. Mounts upward in its (light To the Judgment Light ! the new Year hells. ,.w r?ns ye gladly, men. Without a tear ! Swing th? tongue mndly, men, Ilich in the steeple ; liid all the people tlreet the New Year '. Clang nil the belles Ling every chime ! Let their loud swells Drown the death-knells And bless the new time ' Merrily, cheerily ring The glad bells o'er ye ! , Merrily, cheerily sinir. Toiiod bo the glory," Who hath made us to see This New J ubilee ! IISCELLAXKOUS. rtlinni'solsi I.sim snil. It: the fctni-ruml ili-tricts of Winona, forty 'ijiles nvrtli Hf t'i tt eily, on the Minnesnttt citle nf lite Mississippi river, lives, nm ui sevcrtil jieuple, n jolly goml fellow of i Jus lice of the i'euee, v,-';iise itlia nf mutters tire inuelt lil; tlie Wuters of a ileep river. Once ittu ted it is littnl to turn litem. On a Liir 1 lay List week, ufter tlie 10x12 law ilispensa ty lni'l Lcen swept, alter elixirs itt-rl Leen set in it tow ngainat tlie siile nf tlie olliee. nml sunilty ivliijipeil ijuids of tnliaeeo ami muti nied eiar ftutnps liatl Leen kiel.eil under the stove, there was a wooden step on the stairs and a vigorous rap at the dour. 'Coie in," i .'iid the Justice, tis he settled into, a h-tral look so Lelittin; n uittu of law duly elected to dispense the favors of the Mind goddess. A stout noinau entered. She had 011 u short woolen dress wooden scled shoes sported rod cheeks, black hair, and eyes that rnripwd like the lock of u .-iiot nun. In a I 'ortntruese accent, nud in the worst possible Knlisli, i-he saitl, "You law man ?" "Yes, madam : be seated " "Want jiuj)er. Want paper to take man !"' 'Jn-t then a stout French half-breed t'rt tered the room. Ho was utuible to speak half a dozen words, and looked either scared or bashful. The jttU:e saw at once that tin re was some marriage to coine oil', and said to the woman, who stood with com pressed lips watching the Justice aud the door "Win? r.per to take this man (" "Yes want paper. Mc tench him. (Nice woman, thought the .lust i.e.) IE-110 guild man me take him so quick as ran "AH right, my covies tu y-nt in the jcik 'f n lafiiL's tail," said the Justice us he turn id to the man and said "You know this woman, can you take her ?' The unit shook his head and muttered I i unitin ligiltle words. "Ah ! 1 see. Can't talk llnt'li.-li. Well never mind." He ran into the fired, invited if few frh'-ndt tip stairs, and on returning with them said to the woman, "You want to take this mail for littler or for worse ;'' ''Yes me want to take him- me jiav !" "All riht !" Then turning to the man who stood trembling "You take this ivmiitin for better or for w orse, and promise to keep her," Ac., etc. "I'niph I" and several nods of the Lead. 'Then in the name of the law, ami virtue of the authority in me vested, 1 pronounce you man and wife." And he stepped for ward before the woman could say a word nnd kissed her red lips. "siup" came Iter hand in his face and she clutched his hair. The new husband jumped in to lake the woman away, mid to protect Iter, its the wofnan supposed, when in .-elf-pris'TVation the Justice gave him a rap oil the no.se. The woman pitched into the new husband, who in turn pitched into her, and for about live minutes there was a general hustling mid di-play of h-jri, garters, and things decidedly astonishing. At last the parties were separated, when the man ami woman took another turn at each other, the blood and linir living in all j directions. )own came the slovc, over j w tut the table, chit ter w ent the chairs, and into the street like mad went the Justice, with a black eye utid the bosom of his shirt looking like a warranty deed covered with red seals ! A crowd riuhed up tair nnd found the man and wuiiihii ly ing on the lloor, hugging each other liku young binins, their nuns and legs mixed up worse than tomato vines, the woman on top, and pommeling In r new ly niatlc hu.band with a hearty will. The new I v Married couple wc re acpul tiled, when through the aid of two interpreters it was discovered that I he night I m lore the Imrtita, occupying ntljniuing shanties is the wvr putt of. tho town, hud gut into u dis pute ovir a Sjtnvu pipe, which w us claimed by both, unil from winds they had Come to blows. Each parly Inn Iconic, to the Just ice's olHcu in the mottling lor warrunl forth other, w ith the result n staled above,. The List new front time was t hut the parties hud gout lu as urch of another Justice In iniiiiarry them, while the gitiiul cause uf their ten iblo squabble ma "m thug up tho boys" mid bathing hi bunged t In cum plmr and wlii.key. for mi actual lait, it it the richest wiltnu our knowledge. 1'AlttlOllatl or I'MINI Kill. Tiler ale, rx-rhapa, utotl print, t In the army in pto ortiou In lb uuiulf 111 lha country thjii of ny other itilia.nn. huc'l Maalhvlol tu the lent mill Miuuau war. In Oil- war lur the tuppuaioa of itiu rcUlliou, tl miii i duuMlLM Iru. Aiuouii ih um la r kl.lc-t tl the ball! of CliK kiu4t, 1 1 11 ro wei thirty Cv ploilila ami txtiltira, - o 4 ibti it. ti t n in lb f riui'i Ut. t; LU. tW f .,i.l n Ihirlr!. Ajiiptuc tiBtwtT0 iHoFrrNPtwcr B. MASSER, SUNBURY, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY Tilli IIoi.kteim QCESTIO.V. TlltrutrnfJ War in Kumpr. The news from Or inttny ii very thrc(ili-iiini. The Ocrmun fitatts uppenr strongly ilisposcil to it)iort the Duke of Austciihurg tifjnitist Itiinurlt. It U not belii'vctl Unit Deuiuitrk ivill yii hl without a rt-tort t) units. If v.r once breaks out on the i-onttncnt, the prolmliili tics arc tliut the jrivnt jutwei' will litcomc involved in it. The Lotulnn Tinicn stiyj : Dcntnnrk is k ttitiff remly for wnr. llcr tmviil vessels) lire (inlcrcil into instant service ml the Minister of Wnr hnn onleiivl out nil the soldiers licloiifjinjr to the rorpsi vhich Kairison Ilrlstein, bdileswifr iiml Northern Jutland. The Kin whs to fiolrt n jtrntiil review of the unity on the 2!Hh ult. The c;arrisou of Kiel has l.cen cotiMderubly re inforeed, nnd all the lixulit'ca in tin; in iijh horhoDd of the town lire occuiiied Ly .sol diers front the Danish islam':). H i- also announced that some Danish ships of war, with troops on hoard, are expected in the Lay of Kiel. Tin; Copenhagen ealiinet appears determined to be iu a position not only to re pel any attack from Germany, but to put down the movements which iiihv nrtiff; in the duchies. T.u: Sm.t Istkukst. Tlie changes in currency and high taritl' on salt hasixen a fresh impetus to its njnnufacluie in the west. In Siiintty Valky, Michigan, where in 1800 no salt was made, they now manu facture 1,5(10,000 barrels per annum. The lalinlous profits already made are creating quite tin excitement amongst cap italists. J.snds that two years ajjo sold fur tf 10 pi-r iiete nre now scllintr from MOO to $500 tcr acre, and the quality U' wood used in the intintifacturc of Fait and lumber has more thau trippkd the value of timber lands. A company has lecentlv been or- gantzetl with a lee simple, title to (U).U.H ' or-et a of ho-.. I in tli. si.viiiaw- Vol', v ,i ! vicinity, '''he purchase wus made almost three years ago. previous to the salt discov eries at h nominal price ami ha-t recently been perfected. The company is known ns tlu Saginaw YulKy Land Salt nnd Miuend t'ompaiiy. Anvii 1: to Yoi nii Mia. A lady, who signs herself "A Martyr to late Hours," oilers tho following reasonable suggestions to young men : Pear gentlemen betwrcn tho "tiffe of eighteen and forty-live," ii-din to a few words of gratuitiotts remarks. When you make a social call of an evening, on a lady, go away at a reasonable hour. Say you conic at eight o'clock, an hour and ti half is as long as the most faeinatittg of you can. or rather ought to desire to use his charm. Two hours can b" fery pleasantly spent w ith musi';, chess, orother games, to loud variety; but kind sir:', bv no nuairs stav lonr Make short call etui come oftmier. A pirl I that is a sensible true hearted girl will j enjoy it better, and really value your nc- I ipiaintance more, .lust conceive the agonv j of a girl who, well knowing the feelings of j j father and mother upon the subject, hear; the clock strike ten, am! yet must sit on the j ledge of her chair lest papa should put his 1 ntt repuittnl threat in execution, that ot 1 coining down nnd inviting the gentleman to j breakfast. And we girls ail undeistand it i by experience, and know what il is to dread I the prognostic of displeasure. In some eases a sigh of relief generally accompanies the closing door behind the gallant, and one ; don't, get over the fecl'iig of trouble till safe j in the arms of Morpheus. Kveu then s inie ! times the dream ate troubled with some j phantom ot an angry father and distressed mother; nnd all because a young man will ' make a longer call than he oiurht to. I PoWKlt oi' t!i:.NTl.r.M.ss. No bad man is ever brought to repentance by anirry words; by bitter, scornful reproaches. He fortifies himself against reproof, aud hurls back foul charge in the face of his accuser. Yet guiltv and hardened as he seems, he has a heart in his bosom, and inav be melted to tear byagifille voice. Whoso, therefore, can restrain his disposition to blame ami tuiil lull It. anil can bring linnseil iimvn to a 'fallen brother, will soon find his way to better feelin:.'. within. Pity and patience litre the two keys which unlock the human , heart. They who have been most successful ; laborers ntnotig the pour and vich'tis have i been the most forbearing. Said the Crlebiu- ted St. Vincent de Paul) ' If it has pleased I heaven to employ the most miserable of uu ti for the Conversion of some souls, they have h"msi Ives confessed that it was by the pa 1 fictice aud sympathy Which he Lad for them, j Kven the convicts among who 1 haic liyed, can be gained in 110 other way. When 1 j have ki.-scd their chains nnd showed com I piissimi tor their disgrace then have they j listened to me and placed themselves in the I way of salvation." t l.tnritti. Timimimi in- Uu A7.it. Letter from PeiTianibuco announce the complete triumph of the liberal party over the con servatives in the late election iu Iirazil. Out of more than one hundred delegates to the Brazilian l.nwt-r ILicst. only ten con servatives have been elected. The liberals lire in favor ol opening the Amazon, and uf establishing a line of sti ami rs from .New York to Kio Jniiciin. It is rumored that the American minister hu. nlreadv spoken of a sti an. .-hip line bctwicn Hruril and the Pliited Stales. . - 1 - - A lfr.m 1. Pi:isiixi.ii's I.ovi: l.i.ri Kit. The follow inr; epistle of love got to prove he fact ihnt sehoolmasli r Lave long becti abroad ill the Statu of Alabama : - ' Jx 01 11 J wu- n iiom; K tin K.- Mi deer Sclv Sptcist I taik mi ptu in hiin' tu ht Mill 110 that our Lois air all wil'. I huv' 1st ii sit k with the dyuivar'. uu' hope vew an' yore tiiulln t air cniuiu' the same l.hs.iii'. Hill Slorter got A h Iter fium Ulikle J.tbls. uu' he cd that )cW wii j.'oiu' to git Inarrtd tu tlia ginltt fur tiotliin' whisky tlnnkiii' ham Liubir. Now, Nly, 1 lioup that ainatil ao, fir yew Ilo uu' 1 no that we huv' luvctt twitottlur wtinst, nu' whin jaw touh! Ille to jinc tin rt til koMS yew Wood luv llti bodily il. That ihur a ut fur; 1 11) dun uioul fur ml kuntiy itor Sum bsiU-r an' 4 1 lew 1 1 kuiu the w ) In of Sam lie muni tae hu kins, an' lln u -1 Ii il's Hot Hits mailer, lite lu ine an til me if this i tine. Our fills' Will bv douil It uu Ha) aline. Nil' I Mil kul mi' K lore nit'lthi r. Ill tin II lalWtl Alb Uruui fit 1 hi no L iter I iir mu ; In Liii k. "Vvre till tho war U our. A Uknthouji." As vat "l ittiii lit'' belmti hi'lotiisnhuiiec ti luall bl "Lilly tins ' - s.- " - I'li fl us U(.uXl' ! lf' l h i''ll f riut f m !iuu In I ii xd.U litlils itiuul AMER NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 2, 1SGI. OLD I v p t Ii r r I ii i A St:l!H CCllK OK THIS TIllllltlll.K DIKOKtir.tt. Knirous MiH'tit'tii Dkmociiat. I'loase publish the lollowino; treat inetit of dypthe n.i. It has been used by myself, nnd others to whom I hove cdven il, iu over out; thous and easel; without a failure. It vv'll nhrnit run; if '.he treatment is commenced before the dyptheriii luctnlirtine extends into the air tubes, w hich is known by the great dil'i culty of brc:itbinj and restlessness. In. such cases no remedy yet discovered w ill ulwins client n cure: but if the patient is watched, and this treatment Used in time, there is no dantrer. I sent this treatment to a fiend of mine in Wisconsin, and he Used it on himself, nnd family and neighbors, with such wonderful success that he requested me to send it to for publication, us this horrible ili-ease is prevailing extensively in parts of Missouri : JiVl'TIIKItIV WASH. f i olden seal, pulverized, 1 drachm. Umax, llliiek pepper, " 1 " Alum, " 1 " N itrute of jiottiah, " 1 " Salt, " 2 Put nil into a cominon sied tea ctij or vessel which hold.i about four ounce, and pour half full of boiling water, stir well and then till full of .ond vinegar. Pit for use w in n it settles. Make a swab b getting a little slick nl unit the size of a pipe, stein, notch one end and wrap a string of cotton cloth around il, letting the cloth prop ct about half an itieh beyond the end of the stick, so a not to jag t he mouth ntul throat, and fasten w ith u thread. Swab the mouth and throat well every lndf hour!" t!ii' case is bad. every hour if not bad. When 1 lie tiatictit net. belter i . 1 every two hours ; then w hvn Letter, every four hours; nnd when still belter, two or "" . mi situ. "m iv from two to seven days. Totieh every ef- Iceled spot, the uvula, tonisls and fauces, the whole back putt of the mouth, nnd top of tut- throat ; and let the patient sw allow a little of the wash each time you swab. rtw aui.tiug causes no pain, iiiougu inc. paueiii t will gag, and sometimes vomit ; but fwul w ell, aud a feeling of tvliif will fu'low every b w:ib! dug. I.i t every patient have a sepnrnte cw ab aud Wush, lis the disease is undoubtedly , infectious. Keep the wash pine bv pouring I wbol you Use. each time, into mint her vessel I I'.ud also wipe oil' any matter or slime, that I t may be on tlie swa", every time you lake it I from the mouth. 1 Hub the following liniment on the throat, : outside, once every thre" or four hours. and keep u llalillel cloth urouud the neck till well : Take Spirits turpentine, 1 ounce, ' jweet oil. (or linseed oili 1 ounce. " Aqua ammonia, (mi.) I ounce, fthake before Using each time. Keep the boncls regular with castor oil. Keep the patient in the house, but emi late well. '1 lie dypthciia Wiish and liniment will be fonnduliicient for oil rn, if taken in time ; and should you mistuke uny other "-sure threat '' lor dypthcria, you will clfcct a (Hire xlmost invuriubly, ns I ue this for all common sore throat.. I have never lost a case, atitl many have told ine that 110 money would induce them in these "ilyptheiia times" to be w ithout the wash aud liniment ; aud when a soreness iu the throat is felt, it is used and a cute is alwavs effected. Ynur friend. Dr. W. A. Sl.'OTT, l'alnivra. Warren count v, Iowa. Wf.au a Smii. r..--Which will you do. smile and make others happy, or make eicrvbodv nround vou miserable '. You can live Lire1 among beautiful flowers and singing .... i.ftt. , ,;.... e.,-r.,,,.i...i i. f.p0'.,.'i t -. no -c 1 : ...i.:..i ltltlsa , 1,,- ,1!M4UI ll.ll'j"H.Sfs ,, 1 IV li J ' I I on 1 ii-M,l:i'i is tni'iilcmililo if vein will show a smiling face, a hind heart, and speak ! pleasant words. On the other hand, by! sour looks, cross words nnd a Iretlttl ttispo- t ... 1 stiion, you ean maKe luinilreits initial I'.v almost bevonil endurance. Inch wi you do i Wctir a pleasant countenance, let joy 1 be in your eve, and love glow on your lore head. There is no joy so great as that which springe from a kind act or a pleasant deed, nnd you limy feel it at night when you rest, nnd at morning when you rise, and through the day when about your daily bu siness. I Wor.u. The best lesson a father ran give Mil son i, this: "Work: strengthen your moral and mental faculties as you would strengthen your muscles by vigorous exer cise. I.eam to coniplcr ciicum-taucc ; you are tin 11 ituli pi ndciit of fortune. The nu ll of athletic minds w ho have left their marks on the years in which they lived, were till trained in a rough school. They did not mount theii high position by help of lever age ; they leaped into chasms, grappled 1 w ith the opposing rocks, avoided avalanches, I and, when the goal was reached, fell that ! but for the toil that hail aliengthened them as they strove, it could never have been ut- j tained." Punch's Snt wnmiiV. Tho original! plant of this new straw berry, w as found a ; few years itince. by Mr. Lewis E'rem h, near Moon-town, i. J., growing wild iu his 1 meadow, nud although crowded with the' meadow grass, ii bore up high and clear, a ; line cluster nf large, bright scarh l berries. , There w as an extensive plantation ofllovey's ; Seedling sail the large Early Scarlet pow- ing near by, from which it appear to have j ilcsciiulcili being perhaps a (Ms U'tu ci'li , them, combining the good nnaiities of both ; those standard varieties. I has (,tti,icd a high position in the estimation of all who . know it. It commences early ami conlinue throitoh the aiasou to lii ld iilnnniantly. j The 'i'rioniphe Jeliand Mtccceds it. Il is ' uniformly Ipige and well shaped, a brilliant , acuilet. ( xcclltitt nualily awcet and lu-eiuiis; , the blossoms are all pirlcct In bollt tiru.ii.a : mid do nut rcipiire the presence i f any other variety to insure fill crops of fiuit. (i.irdi-iu r't .Voof.i. I Jotit-a, since hi lumipige has liikt 11 to talk alli'litinglv of the holy el ale. Uiouu wiu telling him ol the death of a luislu.il tllelid. w lie, whom "the lilv oli-nUlc Imit coiiiteil for tmuiy eight icur. uud then ,i,ei...l tioioil ..hi 111 bo a in 1I1 1 1 i.i.o,o,bul iliciltw.. y.ul saflti I how cd. lino, I lii ic," said Join s, "Ihti lUi k ! Stis 1 what the i II. w cm upid b) u I inurt.htp I" W.M..o.j( Wuioim... -W I.nwiadi.i,.""' 1 , uren.uino i , ,o..hi .iftl e.L.v. ,)lu. -". add u HUH. oflhiy lien lalii;li.l tolinni loik place! Dol IUE lltl.l llnl Klui klN'o' - lakilt" lu lint imilhwi.t aliw .Ut.to. ll.e (jtft j ball o lain, met the ilhl aide Hue wat.r i4lt Kinl cradl... ilnlhia pins, aliull Willi ni! thiedil, unU I lie I" It w 11 and bia.l Ja. k. Way.li In 11U.I ri.liuii puia, llit other, ami i il ilothi u-fillc " pot tlouia.lnl mil lalllapa, UU UuW IUU-H ly Mlk i-"l' " ",u'. ' " in.ul. r. and ii.vil.ll U4ii J"' mid I U I he In-Un) Ihu k ut iiuianic, wliboi4iil.. wi-mIi mrumisj 1. aJidluiiiping aithoul iiukiuu ll mivw but Oull.i j. k. woo Lu lh(M n t'ts ll tUUi!-, , ut, UW Loin lh'(il I atliil lld k'i'1 a .ii J Muvil, ( 1. 1 1 .i lu lb usual . e SERIES, VOL. U, NO. 15. M inter Iluller. The following from the Oeitme l-Wmir, cannot but prove valuable to the general reader at this period of the year, when the rjucstion of how to make good butter in winter is constantly discussed : It is not an easy matter to make g'nd butter during the winter months, especially when you have, ns is usually the case, but few cows that nre giving milk. If the milk was a rich in butter during tho winter lis it is in summer, there would seem to be 110 reason why it cannot be ex tracted. Tho temperature of the house is tinder our control ; so is that of the churn, tho cream, V.c. P.ttt the fact is that in a majority of cases the milk contains little bill ter. The good wife, may be ever so skillful in her management, but if the butter is not there no amount of eare nnd labor on her part will produce it. If the butler does not "conic."' tlie limit is not hers. J.et the cow be w til fed and kept warm and com fortable, and there will be little trouble in churning. Puttcr, like fat, is derived fioui the food. If tho food contains fat or carbonaceous surest tinces, like starch and sugar, they w ill produce fat and these nre not all consumed to keep up the animal heat of tho body, the cow, if liberally supplied w ith it. w ill either increase in weight or give milk rich in butter. An Knglish lady who has had much expe rience in making butter, gives us the follow ing hints in regard to her method of proce dure in winter: "Where only a few cows are giving milk, skim the cream off every morning, nnd scald it by putting it in a tin immersed in boiliilg water, nnd letting it remain till well heated. If the cows are eating turnips, this will take away their 1 11 -1... 1...-,.... 1 c... 1 nnoli'iisnlit. llovnr from t hit linttor Alloc bealding the ( ream put it in a crook, and add to it tho cream each morning (scalding tes before) till y"n have enough to churn, say ouo Week, li' kept longer the cream is apt to beconlc bitter. It is not desirable to skim the milk fur more than two days. The cream should lie kept in a moderately warm room, or at least w here it will pot freeze. I When ready to churn, scald your churn and pour 111 the cream while lue churn is hot and churn immediately." R E C I P E iS , & C. lAci'llent Ilcci jcst. A housekeeper sends us the following, all of which she has tried aud prove;! to I e excellent : Potato Roi i s. Tloi! two pound potatoes pis through acolnnder, or mash them well : add two ounces butter and a piut of milk ; a little salt, one gill of yeast, and ns much flour as will make a soft dough ; set them to rise : when light cut them in cakes; let them rise half uu hour, and bake. f'Httt j notatoe'o make beautiful biscuit, mixed us I above. Fui'-.ncu Koi.T.s. Uo;l one pint of milk cut up two ounces) butter into it, add n little salt; when tepid, silt iu one pound flour, one egg beaten, One tabh -spoonful yeast : beat these well together; when risen form the rolls, with tis little handling as possible. Duke on litis. C'ouNvr.Ai. T'ot'M) C'aki'. One pound of corn meal: take a handl'ull of the meal out, and put in a handful ot wheat Hour, n little salt, one-half pound sugar, one-tiuarter pound butter, and three eggs beaten togeth er, and the tucal stirred in ; bake iu a ijuiek oven. FtitsT Pukvivm C'ov.x EnKT. Scald a I l)"lt ot JiHitan meat, au.t 10 ua pint o I sponge, halt a teacuplul ot molasses, a small teasnooniui 01 saicraius, si.r 111 r.oiir wuu teaspoontul ol saleratus, stir in a spoon till ipj'tte stiff, put in a pan, let it rise, and bake ll one liour. uuu.Y. pR,,VISC, TKA.Th,. following method . . . . , , , . . r . 1 lturlilv ri'fo iinii'iiiloil as orinn lie- 01 r. lit - 1 tin- iiiiiiiiT time, the full flavor of the tea ' .... ' . , ... '., , ,. .,. pour lepni or con. 11 aici nmuii on 1.11: 11 n to cover it ; place it : Dlaee it on ttio stove iteartn top of a teakettle or any place w here it will be warm, but not enough so as to cause the aroma to escape i:t steam. Let il remain about half an hour, then pour on boiling water and bring to the table. t'. is I.imk. The editor of the Hardener's Monthly, in reply to an impiiry, says: "Gas lime, when it can be had pure, is of essential service to clay soils ; but in most casts it contains creasote, and many soils have be come seriously injured by its use. It i so seldom free from this substance, and this agaiu vanes so much in proportion, that no siile can be given lor its use. I'nlcs well assured of its purity, we should let it alone." This is good advice; we have known much injury done by the : ;'. . .'. .' il of gas lime to land. Coitx Ciltinoi 1: C'aki.s.- Almost every one is interested now in knowing how to make corn cakes uu st palatable, since so much more of it will be used in these straightened times. The follow ing is aid to be an excellent receipt: Scald ut night half the ipuautity of meal you are going to u.-e, mix the other with cold water, haling il the consistency of thick batter; add a little salt uud set it to rise; it will need no yeast. In the morning the cakis will be light and ciisp. Mix n iu: kok A C1u c.11 on Cm. o. - Soak a icaeuptul of flaxseed at night. In the morning put into a kvllle two pilaris ol witicr, handful of lieoiice root epiit up. unenuarterofapitil.nl of rai-in- broke iu half. Let them boil till the strength V thoroughly cxtsacli d ; then add the llaXsie.l. which half been pit 1 ioiisly soaketl. l.ct ail boil half an hour or mole, w ati ln.lt' ul.tl st ii'I'ilig that the Mixture ui.t.v li.tl bitl li. Then strain pud add lemon juice uud .-miai . Mot'i.i;s Ji'iivNV t'.ikt'. - Three if;:-, w ell beaten ; one ipiart bulteiuiilk; soil to lliettisle; oue teaspoon of sail rut 11.-, and cum ne.d. Stir n little thicker th in l"i glitliEe cuke. Alter it Is luixtd, stti In one tablespoonful nf sugar, uud the same i.f niche. 1 butter. Put it two inches thick I j ,uttcretl pan bake hull' nil lioiil'. , , " Kki i- l.nna.- r.ikw 1 ounces salt, 1 uuncn credit ) pi 1 W lime, t tui'tur, v oh us 1 much at.r u will r.iluce mil con,,... sllioll 10 tne 1 iiiisiu'iii i.i 1 11 ".ti. 1 eg'J-i tit y .-.i. I11U in I In-., au.t 11 Il'l'l iii'iin, ...oi . , . il,., uut.1 ilium. trumm ' Am i;utisi. Una siinar of 12 lines, 3 time, Kvery sulisetnieul hiserliuni One s piare, niontus, eMx months, One yenr, limine" Onrds of ! lines, tier annnm, l 00 Jj 3 00 i tiw B no 3 00 Miirehtinl ami others advertising 1 y ll" ywi Willi the privilege of inserting diflereut ad vertisinif. weekly. 10 00 llusiness noliee' insertad in the Local Cof.m,or hetopi Marriage an.l Deaths, l'i K CKX'IS fhK. LINK for each insertion, t j Larger Advertisement as per agreement. JOll PBINTIKO. We have connected aith our ectuhlUbment. a Weil selected JOB Oi-'i'lCU, which will etiidil" ii to execute, iu the uiatcat style, i-rery variety of Printing. lt:i.If!OL- Al'I'l.K Pkssi ut. Tilk'O SoniP fine, linn npples, (pippin if yott ctin obtain them.) pare and cole them." Make a sirup of white sugar prnpoi lions, three-ifuarters of a pound to a ound nf apples, and alter boiling for about ten minutes, put iu the apples; cnok them slowly until no scum rises and they nre perfectly clear. Just before they are (lone, add some of the peel of a fresh lemon, which can be laid over them when they are put in a glass bowl. Eat them with cream, and they make a delicious dessert. Ar.r.owiiooT l'i IM-lvi. Take two table spoonful of arrowroot, nnd two quart of fresh milk, mix the arrowroot with a small portion ot the milk, and when tho remain ing part of the milk has boiled, add it to the former; when nearly cold, add the yolks of three eggs w ell beaten, three ounces of sugar. twof ounces of butter, and a little grated nutmeg; stir the ingredients well together, turn them into a buttered dish, and bake them for a ipiartcr of an hour. A M'ajjer 11 nil IBmv It -nis Won. Dr. Jameson is one of the most nble, talented, and eccentric surgeons of the pre sent century. Hi practice embraces a largo circuit, nnd his fame extends to every part of Massachusetts. Tho doctor win one morning sitting in his oflico poring over some medical work, w hen a loud rap at tho door aroused him. "Conic in." said the doctor, nnd an old lady hobbled into the apartment, who seem ed the very embodiment of dirt and negli gence. "Doctor, I've got a dreadful sore foot can you help it ?"' said she. "1 will try -let mo see it." Tho old Clone proceeded to divest her understanding of the apology for a shop, with which it was covered, and displayed to the astonished doctor a foot and such a foot I "I.a, doctor, ye needn't he in such won derment about it. There's dirtier feet than that in your own hou-,e, a proud ns the young ladies, your daughters are, for all that.'' And the old hag cackled forth her p!casuro at the doctor's surprise. "Woman, if you tan find a dirtier foot than that in my house. I will give you rive dollars, nnd cure your foot lor nothing." "Pon honor?'' cried the bcdlame. "Pou honor," sai 1 t'ue doctor. The woman stripped oil' the other stock ing, and displayed a foot that beggared ull description, gt inning in the face of the as tonished doctor us she exclaimed : "fiio m! the tuoucy ! 1 knowed it I iM.ito tolher 'fore 1 came here.'' A i eiU(l lsrunU Not long ago a fellow mortal who had gone through the various stages of fuddle, was seated with me on tho box of a instil stage out west. All bauds had been amused with tho spirited wit of our hero, who uow at last Oceanic a little tongue tied, and found mime dilliculty, in m.tiuUiuing his perpen dicular as the stage jolted along over tho uneven road. Pretty soon the w heel of the coach over which our drinking friend was sitting, sank to the hub iu the mud. which action precipitated him from the couch into tho w ire, where he made a forcible impres sion. Turning over, he looked up to tho d.iiver, who had stopped the stage at once. and exclaimed: "Driver, what (.hie) in thunder did you (hie) tip the stage over for !'' The driver told him that the stage was all right. "I say, driver, the stage is (hici over, if you don't believe thic) it, look there," turning up his coat tail and displaying a vast quantity of mud which had gathered on his imnts. The driver still maintained that the stago was right, and told him to get up and on ; but tho drunken man w as disputatious, and was not going to give it up so. The driver was drunk, and down, and so was the stage, lie was willing to leave it to the passengers. And once more exhibiting hiiuotlt, covered with mud, saitl : "I say, you fillers, ain't the stage over?' They told him that he was the only one over. 'This was a clincher. Ho had agreed to leave it to them, and they had decided against him, and lie was honorably bound to give it up, w hi -h he did by saying ; "1 be d U it I would (hie) have got on" if I had thought .lic) that tho btagu w asn't over." . . i ..---.- .l1iij lleliliid 'lime. Mr. Iliggins was a very punctual man in all his transactions through life, lie amass ed a large fortune by untiring industry and punctuality; and at the advanced age of ninety years was resting quietly on his bed, and calmly waiting to be called away. Ho had deliberately made almost every arrange ment for his decease aud btiiial. His pulse grew fainter, and the light of life seemed just flickering iu its socket, when one of his sous ubsi rved : "l'uiher, you will probably live but a day or two ; is it nut well -for you to name your bearers '' "To be sure, my son," said the dying man, "it is well thought of, aad I will do it now.'' He gave the nanus of six, the lisiiul niliu bcr and sank back exhausted upon hi pil low. A uleam of thought pas ed oicrhis with ered 'fiat tin like u ray of light, and ho ral lied once moic. .My sou, read me the list. Is the uamo of Mr. Wiiin- tin re :" It i., in v fithcr " Then sUikit il oil " said he emphatical ly ; ,1'fi r he was in ler jau.i lllal -was never anywhere lu season, and he might, hinder the pto. cssinii a whole Lour '." A LAI'V was Mice ihcliu-ing that kliO Could Hoi UudlT-talld llOW geulU'lUill toUl I sinnke. "U certainly shnilcns their lives." -..lid she. "I doll I know I hat," ' elcLiiuif'l a gi ntlcii.aii ; "thi it' lu) I'.illn i w lio -Uiokei in 1 1 lib sscu day, uud he i now kcvcnly nitii nl. I." ' W i II," was the reply, "if hii ii.ol In Vi r aicuki ,1, l.e !iie,hl hate' Lull eighty by lu time." Mill Ti, it UhsnVhi'V. il-U-ti IL.l am U . I- ln u lultllttl l.la film t in.1 I lie I Mill'. a.u htl d h t'v I al Union! Iiisn.l l i Ilia litul -Half II..I. if y.u M-. Il . h. l" Ut.d lll'il. at ins rirsi U.uitt r lu all i. Ii Is noio-l, a.u.kiit: uk' as. btie vl lha U..L- lu. le-i .uiiiiiii,t aeh I i. hutle to Oiu 1ouu - nk n.li'4. ' W II. ill. II -lU-, iU ) bslvlln. nisi l-.ior.il duh if liauualt I a.uilva ' ' I s,u aktfii tv,.Ueioi ' Ins It ha i.li.d ' 1111 ihu. II yea " ' i lulu 11 II.SII..U id sti 1'ie-st.ul I Linn. form I h (uniini ii b I r .'elli nl I r M .tLliei: li- husl.an.1 U ! uud it ll I' '.Sli U.I ll;' tllOUlli bi W th .