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" Aii cpring approaches Ants and Ronchos From tlicir holes come wit, And Mioe and Rats, In tilte of cats, daily skip about." "18ycars rMnMirhnl InN. V. City," vniy lniaiunio remedies known " "Freo from Poisons," "Not dangerous to tho Human Family." 'Kntsconio out of their holes to die." Costar's Hat, Roach, &o., Exterminator, In n paste used fur Rats, Mice Roachc?. Black anil lied Ants, 4o., Ac, do. Costar's Bert-BuR Exterminator. la a liquid or wash used to destroy, und also aa a prevcnlivo for Dcd-Uugs, o. Costar's ElectrioTowder for Innccts is for Moth", Mosquitoes, Fleas. Hod lugs, infects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, Ac t ! ! ! Dewarr ! ! ! of all worthless Imitation?, Sue that, -'Costai-V name is on oacb Box, Bottle, and Flask, bol'urc yuu buy Address, HENRY R. CO.STAK. 4S2 Broadway, New York tySold in Sunbury, Pa. J!y FniLiNO A So, and all Druggists and Retailers 1SC(. INCREASE OF RATS. Tho Farmer's Oaietto (English) asserts and proves by figures that ono pair ltam will havo a progeny and descendants no loss than fijl.dio in three years Now, unless this iin uienso family can bo kept down, they would oou Fiunc more food than would sustain tli,0uu human beings. Sco "CosTAn's" advertisement above. 1SGG HATS versus BIRDS. Whoever engages in shoot ing small birds is a cruel man; nhocer aids in ex terminating rats is a benefactor. Wo should liko snmo ono to give us tho benefit of their experience in driving out these pests. We need something besides logs, cat, and trap for this business. Scientijic American, NAY. ScCCostaii's" advertisement above. 1SGG COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR is simple, Faf'o, and sure tho most perfect RAT-illcntion meet ing we havo over nttondod. Every Rat that can get it. properly prepared, will oat it, and every ono that cats it will die, generally at some place as distant as pnssiblo from whore it wiis taken. Lai e Shore Mich Mirror. Sua "Costar's" advertisement above 1SGG. Ilousckocpcrs troublo with vermin nee 1 bo so no longer, if thoy uso ''Costar's ' Exterminator. Wo havo used it to our satisfaction ; und if a box cost S5. wo would havo it. Wo havo tried poisons, but they effected nothing; but "Costar's urticlo knocks tho breath out of Rats, Mioe, Roaohos, Ants and Bed bugs, quicker than we can write it. It is in great demand all over the country. Medina, Ohio. Ga zelle. Sco "Costar's" advertisement above. 18GG. A VOICE FROM THE FR WEST,. Speaking of "Costar's" Rat, Roach, Ant, Ac, Exterminator . ''more grain and provisions are destroyed annually in llrant County by vermin than would pay for tons of this Rat and lusoot Killer." Lancaster Wis. Jleralil. Sco "Costar's" advertisement above. 18GG, FAmmnR Ann HotrsKKEErRR should rocollcct that hundreds of dollars' worth of drain. Irovisions Ac, arc annually destroy by Rats, Mice, Ants, and other insects ano: vermin all of which can bo pre vented by a few dollars' worth of "Costar's ' Rat, Kouch, Ant, Ac, Exterminator, bought und used freely. Hoe "Costar's" advortisomcnt nlovo. Sold In Knnhury. Pa., by J. W. Filling A Son, nud all Druggists and Dealers. April 7, 186U. 6111 CONSTITUTION WATER. Tho astonishing results which has uttonded this invaluablo inedicino proves it to bo tho nioct perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can convey an adequate idea of tho humediato and almost mi raculous change which it occasions to the debilitated Riid ehottored system. In fact il stands unrivalled as a remedy for tho pormancnt cure of Diabetes, I in potency. Loss of Muscular Energy. Physical Pros tration, Indigestion, .Non-retention or Incontinence of Urino, Irritation, Inflamation or Ulceration ol tho Bladder and Kidneys, Disoasos of tho Prostrate U laud, titonein the Bladder, Calculus, (Iravel, or lirickdust Deposit, and all diseases or iiHcetions of tho Bladder and Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings existing in Men, Women, or Children. I 'or tlioNe IJo:iil'k ivt'iiliar to IV u:ilM, CoiiKlStiilion VVatt'i- ix n Sov'lg;,, IS'iiaol y. Theso Irregularities are tho causo of froqucntly re furring disease, and through neglect the seeds of more grave and dangerous maladies are tho result ; and us month after month passes without an etlort being uiado to assist nature, tho difficulty becomes chionio, the patient gradually loses hor appetite, tho bowels are constipated, night swouts como on, und foiiMimiliuu finally ends her career. For sale by all Druggists. Price $1. W. 11. (iiiEUO, A CO. Proprietors. mokuaa & ai.i.b:.a, leneral Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, New York. February 8, I S00 tjiuo. SADLER AND HARNESS MANUFACTURER;. A.. J", STROH, . Doer Street, opposite the Central Hotel, BUMUUUY, PENN'A. INFORMS his friends and the puldio that laving removed to his new establishment, and extended bis line of Imsinosd, is now prepared to manufacture more extensively, and invites all to cull and examino his largo assortment of Sadies, Harness, Collars. Whips, Common und Fancy Fly-Netts, Blankets, Bullidoe and Fancy Robes, Horso Combs, Sleigh-Bolls, Saddle, Harness und Coach Trimmings fur mauufaoturers. LIVERY! LIVERY 1 1 LIVERY!!! In connection with tho above ho has alson Livery Klable, good and safe Uorsoa. Buggies, and Couvcy unees, which are hired at reasonable rates. AUCTIONEER ! He is also a Lioensod Auctioneer, and will utteud to all business entrusted to his cure. Sunbury, March 3, IMP. 0m EwTmuoii stoukT WM. HOOVEH ISnilroatl Street, above Market, HEAB TIIK CENTRAL UOTKL, SUNBURY, PA. r) F.SPECTFULLY invites bis friends and the ii publie generally, to call and examine his large assortment ol liq before purchasing elsewhere. IIU Mock ion Ikt of llruiitllew, IVIiinlit-y, llolluud in, Vitu ! Huui, .lioiionuulit-lu nud iloiii-liou ol'tlin iuaii ty. iiifw, ;ider, iuc Itar, A:- Ace. Farmers, Hotel Keepers, and others ire invited to call, as his stock U guuuiue, and will render gincral satisfaction. buubury, February 3, 1866. lnv-ntui'' Olllt'fH. D'EPINUEIL & EVANS, ClVII, EVOIREEBS AMD PATENT 6'0Lltlt0BS. No. 435 Walnut Itroet, Philadelphia. Patents soliolled- onsultatloui on fcnglnocring Draughting and Kkotchos, Models and Machinery id in Kinoa wauo nun saiuuuy attended to. Special attention given to rejeeU'd easu and interference! Autheutio uopivi of all DooumunU from i'atunt Ofi Beoproeurcd. N. B Save younelvMusolua trouble and travelling expenses, as there is no actual for personal interview with us. All business with these OOiens can be transacted in writing. For fur ther information direot as above, with stamp enclosed, vuluiri mm rvioinuuva. February 1, Ibofl ly. Tr'M-riillouit wofully oompounded of Hit X. cost fiil.ua at U ftlHUjaiotb Store of J NO. ilULKNU AEON. Sui-bury, May 20, lt05. dm & mmuM STORE. . AV. A. I JENNET, Itlnikrt (Oqnnre, MWIH'RV, Pit. nAVINd recently 'purchased tho Drug Store fonnorly conductod by K. A Fisher, I beg leave to inform the citizens of S iinhury and vl oinity, that I have entirely replenished my etock of BM CX SH PANCS ARTICLES! suoh as Combs, Biwhca, Pocket-Books, Poena, Ter fuuicry, llair-Oil, Knives, Scissors, Coal-Oil Lamps, Tobacco und Cigars,, I'niiifN, Oil, Wine, Uln, l'lillys VnrnlHlioH, lntcut Sledlt-lncsi, " All my Tinctures, .Syrups, Ointments, Cerates, and other preparations nio manufactured by myseu, from the best material I can procure in '" , Having had quite a number of years' experience in tl10 Drmj nnd reeription Huduicss, both In Philadelphia and the eonntry, and also tho nTanUg?oMhA'o, i;r,:LV.hvslHan, and 'public may favor m. with. All my preparation, a. I havo abovo assorted, nro 1 made from Ino best material, and upon honor I I assert, ihcr are of officinal tirength. For medicinal purposes, i acoji uauu iuu very I lCft WINKS, T3HANDIE3 AND LIQUORS, that I can procure jicforo purchasing olscwhcro, call and convince your own mind. W. A. BENNETT. Sunbury, Nov 13, ISG5. BAK AINS IN FINE CLOTHING IIOCKIIILL & WILSON, EHOWN STONE CLOTHING HALL, 003 and 005 CHESTNUT STREET, I'HIXiADEIiPHIA. NEW STOCK at tho LOWEST TRICES ! Having sold out our new stock of Clothing for Uontlcuion and Hoys, carried over from tho lato flro, our entire stock of Fashionablo Rcndy-Mudo Clothing is tho Newest, as our prices are tho lowest. MAGNIFICENT SPUING STOCK, Now roady, to suit everybody. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. Our newly fittod up Custom Department now con tains the largest assortment of all tho Fashionable New Fabrics, for our patrons to soleot from. SUITS, Civil and Military, inado up to ordor promptly, in tho highest stylo, and at moderate prices. BOYS' CLOTHINfl. In this department our stock Is ulso unrivalled tho host in tho city, at tho lowest prices! Orders executed at short notice. THE CHOICEST STOCK or READ Y-MAD L CLOTHING IN PHILADELPHIA. IIOCKIIILL if WILSON, Brown btono Clothing Hull, 003 an3 005 Chestnut Street. Apl. 2 '00. 3iu PHILADELPHIA. fur' I.ilM-i-ly While l.curi, Will do more and bolter work nt a given Cost, than any other! Try it ! Manufacnircd only by Z1EULEH A SMITH. Wholesale Drug. Paint A Olass Dealers, No. 137 North THIRD Street, Philadelphia. January 271 SIM 1 y . 5Q A JtlOVI'lH ! AGENTS wanted for M-" six entirely now articles, just out. Ad' dross 0. T. UAREY, City BuiKiug, Biddoford Maine doc23 ly PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS BOOKS AIT:) BTATIONilRY, Monthly Time Books Drawing Books and Slates. Bor.ks, Hymn Books, Blink Books, Memorandum Bsakj, Diaries, Pookei Books, Ink SUinds, Pens, rercus. a lino assortment ol I'apor. Jnk, Ac. For sale by ANNA PAINTER. BNire Lllx i ty tVhlJe Iend. Preferred by all practical Painters ! Try it ! and you will have noothor. Manufiotured only by ZIF.ULER & SMITH, Whflesulo Drug, Paint A Ulass Dealers, No. .;!7 North THIRD Street, Philadelphia. January 27, lSOtl ly. lhc MiiMou V Ilnmliii 'nliii't Ol'IIIIK, forty different styles, adapted to snored and secular music, for f.SO to SflOO each. FIFTY- ONE U OLD or SILVER MEDALS, or other first premiums nwarded them. Illulratcd Catalogues iroe. Address. MASON A HAMLIN, Boston, or MASON BROTHERS, New York, rtentoiubcr 9. 1805. ly nY goTe Ty" alHE subscribers begs leave to announco to the . citizens of Sunbury und its vicinity, that they have opened a NSW CI10CI2Xr. Tiro doors treat of J. H. Enjlv Slow, 11 Miirl.vt S'jiuiiY, whoro they are prepared to furnish every variety of groceries, and will keep constantly on hand tho choicest varieties of FLOUR & FEED, fcish, Codec, Teas, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese, Salt. Spices of all discription, .Voups of every variety, Candles. Smoking and Chewing tobacco, logins, Hams. Shoulders, Bacon, Buttur, nnd Eggs. Also Dried fruits of all kinds. Caned Peaches and Toma toes. Pickcls, Ketchup, Pepper Kuuce, Raisins, Lemons, Ac, of bust quality, and ill fact every stylo of articles kept in a well stocked Urooery. Also Ci lor Vinegar. All kinds of country produce taken in vx"hnuge. The patronage of tho publio is re spectfully solicited. (JEOROE E. BEARD A CO. .S'mibury, Nov-. 11, 1HI15 JEWELRY! JEWELRY! JOSEPH KESSLER, WiiK'kuiiiker mill Jeiveler, Market Streot, Sunbury, Pa. RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and tho publio, that ho has just received a large assort ment of Wutcbcs, Clocks and Jewelry. SiHietacles. Silver and plated spoous. Forks. Ae. Wutel.es, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and war ranted Suubury, Jan. 13, I860. ly JOHN WILVEB, BOOT Sc SHOE MANUFACTURER, One door East of Friling's Storo, Market Square SUNBURY, PENN'A. RESPECTFULLY informs thocitiionsof Sunbury and viciuity, Uiut he is pro par o J to manufac ture to order all kinds of HOOTS A SIIOKK. at Ihu shortest notice and in the best workinanliko manner, ' material and at tho lowest Cosh prices, lie hopes to receive a full share of patronage. Sunbury, June a, ltttsg. Washington House. SAMUEL BNYDEH, Ol'l'OBITK TIIB KF.W COURT HOUSE BUNBURY, TA. ' ,111113 popular and oomfortable Hotel has been I fitted up in superior ordor for the acooii,m,uia- tion ot Slrungurs, Travellers, and the public gener ally. No eflort will be spared by tho Propriutor to make it a favorite resort and a pleasant home for every guest 11 is tame, uu bar, and the long ex perience of the proprietor, warrant him in aUicip. ting a liberal share of publio putronago. Extensive etublos, and every desirable oonvo nienoe. Suubury, April T, 1808. ly TAXLORIN a J. P. SCHAFFEK, RESPECTFULLY Informs the eitisons of 6UN BUHY and Tioinity, that be has opened a Xallorln(; Nhop, the iwui ovor Funuworth's Grocery , opposite the Uental Uotel, Sunbury, where tie Is roady to make ap garments of all kinds in tho lutust style and best workmanlike manner. Having hod experienoe in the business for a num bor of years he hopes to render general satisfaction Custom work is rcsoootfully Solicited. q . J. F. SCIIAFFER. . Bunbury, May 13, 186S ly IP yon vant aood Ttn.W.r r J OENHER'ff New Shop. ' e SMITH dr I. Scroftila, or King's Evil, Is a constitutional tliscnue, a corruption of th blood, by which thii fluid becomes Titiatcd, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades the wholo botlv, and way burst out In disease on any part of it. No organ to iwe from iU attack, nor to there one which it ; may not destroy. The ncrofulou. tn.nt is caused by mercurial dison.c, J h ordered or unhealthy food, P. above a , by the rcner ,n t,,e con. ever be it. or.g , , it ,o chadrcn Btitutmn, descending ation . ,nucedi r. to be the o? llim who .nys, "I will Ids" t tlie iniquities of tlio fathers upon their children." ... Its ciToct! commence by deposition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in tho lung', liver, nnd internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings 1 and on tho surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses the energies of life, so thnt scrofulous constitu tions not only sutler from scrofulous com plaints, but they have fur less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases; conse quently vast numbers perish by disorders which, although not scrofulous in their nnture, are still rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most -of (he consumption which de cimates the liuman family lins its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; nnd many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain, and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or arc aggravated by the siimc cause. One quarter of all our people nre scrofulous ; their persons nrc invncleu by this lurking in foction, nnd their health is undermined by it. To cleanse it from the system we must renovate tho blood by an nltorntive medicine, nnd in vigorate it by healthy food and exercise. Such a medicine wo supply in AVER'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparillii, the most effectual remedy which tho medical skill of our times can devise for this every where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com bined from the most active rcmeuiuls thnt have been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, nud tho rescue of the system from its destructive consequences. Hence it should be employed for the cure of not only Scrofula, but nlso those other affec tions which arise from it, such as EmtPTivi and Skin Diskasf-s, St. Anthony's Finn, Host!, or I''iiYsiri;i.As, riMri.ns, Fuhtui.es, Br.oTcur.s, 1!i.ains nnd iioir.s.TuMows, Tetteu and Salt 11iip.uk, Scai.ii Head, Ringworm, Hhkumatirm, Syphilitic and Meucukiai, Dis rareh. iJuoi-sY, Dyspepsia, Dehility, nnd, indeed, all Complaints ahikino ruoM Vitia teu ou Impukk 1U.001I. The popular belief in "impurity of the blood" is founded ill truth, for scrofula is a dvgencrntion of the blood. The particular purpose and virtue of this Snrsapa rilla is to lmrifv and regenerate this vital fluid. without which sound health is impossible; in conttuninutcd constitutions. ATER'S Ague Cure, FOR TIIB SPEEDY CURB Ot Intermittent Fever, nr Fever and Anne, ltcinltteut Fever, t hill Fever, numb Acne, I'ci-loillrnl flendaohe, or TlUlous Ileadnrlie. nnd Illllons Fevers, Indeed for the wlinle rlnae of diseases original inyr lit tilllury derangement, caused tiy tlie Malaria of Kllnematlc Countries. We arc enabled here to offer tho community a remedy which, while it cures the above complaiuts with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity, bitch a remedy is invaluable in districts where these nlilicting disorders prevail. This "Cuius" expels the miasmatic poison of Feveii AND A ci lb from the system, nnd prevents the de velopment of the disease, if tnken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only tlie best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaints, but also tho cheapest. The large quantity wo supply for n dollar brings it within the reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where Fever and Acuib prevails, every body should have it aud use it freely both for cure and protcc tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intcrmittents is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious eflccts whatever upon the constitu tion, 'lliosc cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever and Ague is not alouo the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, among which are Neuratqia, Itfieiiinatism, O'out, Headache, Mind nets, 'J'oothachn, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal pitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hyster its, i'niH in the JSotcch, Colic, Paralynis and De rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in tins cause, put on the intermittent type, or become periodical. This " Ci'RB " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures tli em all ulike. It is uu invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa sionally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in stitlicient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and few w ill ever suffer from Intet mitteuts if they avail themselves of tho protection this remedy aifords. Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Mass. F1ULIXU 4 SON, Suubury, Pa. It. B. McCuy, Northumberland, and all Druggists and dealers everywhere. At wholesale by J. H. JlUllltlS 4 CO., Philadelphia. December 23, 18H5. ly BOARDING HOUSE! (Formerly of the "Lawrence House.") SUNBUHY, PENN'A. INFORMS her friends nnd the publio gonerally that she has refitted tho house formerly occupied by Dr. J. W. l'ealo, on Dluekburry streot, near tho Northern Control Hail way Depot, and opened a Hoarding House, where she ii prepared to keep FKUMAXK.NT AND TRANSIENT HOARDERS. With good cooks und waiters, boarders can enjoy the quiet comforts of homo with furo equal to tho best hotels. l'utronage from those who mavsoiourn In Eunburv is respectfully solicited. Mrs. MARIA THOMPSON. fJSunbury, Nov. ll,lbfli. HAMt OF .Xlt'l lll'.villi:itI.A.M. WHEREAS the Auditor Uoneral as required by the 11th Section of the Act, entitled 'An Act enabling the Bunks of this Commonwealth to boooma Associations for the purpose of banking under the laws ot tho t inted (status." passed on tho 22d duyof nsUBI una ceruueu 10 me that tno "Bank of Northumberland," located in the Borough of Sunbury, Northumberland county, has furnished satisfactory evidence to him that ail the requirements of said Act have been complied wilh by the said Bank, and that it has become an association for the purpose of Bunking under the Laws of the United Status I do therefore, cause tho notico thereof to be pub. lixhed in accordance with the provUions of the said 1 1 th section of the said Act, and do declare that tho Charier ol tlie said Bunk by the terms of said Act, is ueuiuuu buu utaen 10 oe nerounon .urrimilnr. il nh. juct to tho provisions of the first section of said aot. a. u. ui'iu'ijf, Uovornor. Kxeeutivo Chamber, llarrishurg, Aug. 25, 1865. I uternalioiiul Hotel, 3C5 and 807 Broadway, Corner Frauiliit Strutt NEW VORK. rTTIlIS first class House the most quiet, homelike L and pleusant Hotel in the city otters superior inducements to these v tiling New York for business or pleasure. It is central in its location, and kept on the EenorKAM Plan, in connection with Taylor's Salooi. where rutVeshments can be had all hours, or served in their own rooms. The charges are mo derate, tbo rooms and attendance of the first order bains, and ail the modern conveniences attached JOHN TAYLOR, Proprietor. Nov 4, 164. $1,500 iUirAn I Wa wan -., - ageuu everywhere to sell our I M uT,Tr ..r"mMlls- Threonew kinds AbOvosallr. of V ,wd' w""td five years which ara7nTl ii;" ".aLeut,.M lor less than MO Son. Ilraivnr A-'ltuL-. w: "color Vt II J ..VVI, II IB IS...-,. lit 1 . . All pother ohmhiVtriulr seller or user are liable to arroyi. i? "' ment. Ciroular. lrj AdV'ulTu'si. Ig'lj'jdMaine, or Chicago, Hldr ALL KINDS OF THUNK3 t " W. W. Apslsy's ufiAuiAL ASCUlt i'MENT It. R BAGS at W. W. Apsley's. LADIES1 FINE LEATHER BATCH Kl at Bunbury, March 31, I860. W. W. AnrieyV GENTS' CALF HOOTS FOR 3,U0, at W. W. Apsky's. tit. C OKA It HART'S Confectionery,- Toy and FBXJIT STORE, Vlorket Street, Nnnbiiry, la. CONFECTIONEIIY OP "Xll KINDS, TOYS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION FRUIT, Ac, &c, " CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale at the above establishment atwhulosale and retail, at reason able prieos. . . II is nisnufaoturing nil kinds of Confbstionarles to keep up a full assortment which are sold at low rates. Tobacco, Sonars, Stationery, Nuts of all kinds, and a variety of other articles, all of whioh art oBered wholesale and retail. IV Kcuicuibor the nnmo and plaoe. JTt M. C. HEARHART, Mnrkot street, 3 doors west ufE. Y. Dright Sen's store. BunburyScptJ 91803 tf NEW ESTABLISllMENT ! A. E. SAVAGE, Watchmaker k&23 JEWELER. In Simpson's Building, Mnrkot Squoro, STJ1TBTIP.T, PEITIT'A. HAS constantly on band a fine assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY, Spec tacles, .Silver and Plated Spoons and Forks, Ae. WatchcM, Clocks) nnd .Ivwclry, re paired nnd WAItlt.wri:i. Sunbury, Sopt. 30, 1885. Ueo MT. Bkith. Cuas. B. Genthkp SMITH & GE1TTEEH, Markot street, ono door east of Mrs. Boulton's Uote STjnsnBTTiRrsr Have opened ANEW TIN -WARE, Miert Iron and Stove Store, and intond keeping constantly on hand, and manu facturing to order on shortest notice, TIN AND SHEET IRON-WARE of all descriptions. A Largo Stock of Cook Stovosof the following Brands PE1T1TSYLTA1TIA, UNION COOK, and on tho following two Brands wo defy competi tion, namely Combination iin Ilnrner, Cook, tiovernor l'cnn-Cook. unsurpassod for boanty of finish, simplicity of ar rangement, combining cheapness and durability, and each stove warranted to perforin what they are re presented. ALSO, PARLOR nnd OFFICE STOVES, in great variety, embracing nil tho best manufactures, and most lasliionablo designs. Also, Tho celebrated OEM for hoating up and down stairs. Also the colebrafed VULCAN HEATER. Coal Oil, Coal Oil l.iimpM, Shades), Cliimniesi, nnd nil nrtieleM unusually kept in an establishment of this kind. Wo nroalso prepared to do all kinds of Spouting, Roofing, Range and Furnace Work, (las Fitting, Ac. Repair ing cheaply and neatly executed. Country produco tuken in exchange at market price SMITH & GENTIIER, Have tho Agency for BIBB'S CELEBRATED FIRE PLACE STOVES, for the Counties of Northumber land, Snyder, Union nnd Montour. Ard nre nlso agents for tho Plphor & Willowcr Lino uf Transportation. Sun . urv, Sept. 30, 1K64. GROCERIES ! GRWERIES Mrs. SARAH A. SIMPSON, Whortleberry Strcet, cast of the N. C. 11. Ji SUNBUHY PA., RESPECTFULLY informs bcr friends and the I ublio generally, that she has just opened a largo assortment of FRESH diroeerieM, such as TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLAS SES, FISH, SALT, &C. Pure Cider Vineirar, Fruit Jar., (ilasswuro, and a variety of Ladies' Trimmings, Fans, Thread Neck- Tics, Handkerchiefs, Ac, to which she invites nil to examino before purchasing elsewhere. unimry, Feb. 10, isou. bin KING'S imuc'iw isi.i: i.i:.i.- auk Is the only prepartion of tho kind mado from the fruit. As an articlo of economy, purity, and deli- pncinc&8, it cannot bo sumiLsscd. and is recommend ed by physicians for invalids nndramily uso. It will koep for years in any climate, while its condensed lorm en.lers it especially convenient tor travclurs All who usu lemons are reuuueled to irivo it a trial Eutertaiuineiibi at homo, parties, und picnics should not bo without it. For sale bv all DruzitisU and first-clues Urocors. Manufactured only by LOUISJ. METZGER, No. 54a l'earl Street, New York. Sopt. 10, 1805. ly TOILET SOAI'S, Tooth-Biushcs, Huir Brushes Ao., Ao. Fursuloby ANNA PAINTER. REMEMBER THE DEAD MESSRS. D. C. Dissingcr nnd John A. Taylor, would respcotfully announco to the citizens of Sunbury, and surrounding country, that having formed a co-uartnorshipr-.thoy are now prepared to furnicb ornamented and plain 4jii'iTe.ottew, Temlis & Monnnivntsi of the best Italian and American marble, at prices that cannot fail to give cntiro satisfaction, and re spectfully solicit the publio patronage DISSINliER & TAYLOR. Sunbury, March 31,1806. ly. FACZFIC HOTEL 170, 172, 174 ii 170 Ubeexwicii Sr., 'Ono Squuro west of Broadway,) Bctwocn Courtlundt and Dcy Streets, New York. JOHN FATTEN, Jr., Fropretor. The Faoiciu Hotkl is well und widely known tu the traveling publio. Tho location is especially suitable to merchants and business men , it is in closo Eroximity to the business part of tho City is on the ighway of Southern and Western travel and adja cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots. The Pucifio has liberal accommodation for over 300 guests ; it is well furnished and possesses every inodurn improvement for the comfort and entertain ment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the attendance is prompt and respectful ; and the table is generously provided with every delicacy ot the season. 'sji.e subscriber, who, fur tho past few years, has been the lessee, U now sole proprietor, and intends to iudeulify himsell thoroughly with the intercuts oi bis house. With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trust', by moderate charges and a liberal poliay, to maintain tho favorable reputation ef the Pacific Hotel. JOHN FATTEN, Jr. September 9, 1805. ly OLD EYES MACE NEW. A FAMl'HLET directing how to spoedily restore sight aud give up spectacles, without aid of doctor or inudioiuo. Sunt by moil, free, on receipt of 10 ocnU. Address, . B. FOOTE, M. D. February 4, 1805 6 in mUABLE TOWN LOTS 'ou wai.i:. EIGHT (8) valuable town lots are offered fur sale choap, on Dewberry streot, opposite Fri ling's addition, in the Borough of Bunbury. Id quire of . J. U. MASSEU. Sunbury, February S, 1808. (Late Buoblor House.) IIARIUSRURO, I'ENN'A. rpiIIS well-known hotel has not only been extond X. od but has been greatly altered and newly It up by the present proprietor, and is now one of the must oonifurtablo and convenient hotel is Harris burg. March 10, 1806.-ly l'ure Liberty White Ieud. The Whitest, the most durable and the most see Domical. Try It ! Manufactured only by 2IKULER A SMITH, Wholesale Drug, l'aiut A Glass Dealers, No. 137 Nojih THIRD Street, Philadelphia. . January 27, 1800 ly. SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS at W. W. Apsley's. UIAK1KS fur ItteO. An aaeortmeut Diariea, largo and snioll, for Bale by c . ANNA I'AINTER. Bunbury, Jan. , I860. of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. A positive and ipeolflo remedy for all diseases br- f;lnktin lrom an Impure State of the Dleod, and br all (hereditary) Disoasos transmitted lrom parent to child. BOROFULA I STRUMA, ULANDITLAR SWELLINGS, ULCERATION. KINO'S EVIL. ERYSIPELAS, SALT RHEUM. This tnlnt (hereditary and acquired.) filling life with untold tuisory, Is by all usual medioal remedies inourooie. RHEUMATISM. If there is any disease in whioh the Constitution Lifo Syrup is a sovereign, it is in rheumatism nnd its kindred affections. The most intense sains are almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced, uascs, enronio or vooariotis, ot twenty or uirty years itanuing nave been cured. NERVOUSNESS. Nervous Dobility, Shattered Norvos, St. Vitus' Dance, Loss of Power, Confusion of Thoughts, Epilepsy, Thousands who havo suffered for years will ble the day on whioh the? read these lines. Particular. ly to woak, suffering women will this medicine provo an inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to aaiujiu wuica luinus more man in promisos. MERCURIAL DISEASES. Salvation, Rotting of Bones, Bad Complexion, Aches in Bones. Feeling of Weariness. Depression of Spirits Constitution Life Syrup purges the system entirely from nil tho evil effects of Mercury, removing tho Bad Breath, curing the Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which tho use of Calomel issuio to produce. It hardens spongy Ouius nnd secures tbo Teeth as as firmly as ever. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptivo Diseases, of the skin like ULCERS, TIMPLES, BLOTCHES, and nil other difficulties of this kind, which so much disfignrothe outward appearance of both males and fcmnlcs, often making them a disgusting object to thouiselvcs and their friends. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP Cures all Swelling of tho Ulunds. Either of tho Faco, Neck, or Fomalo Broast, nnd should bo taken as soon as tho swelling is dotocted, thus preventing their breaking, nud producing trou blesome discharging sores, which disfigure so many of tho younger portion of tho community, from six to twenty years of age. Young ehildron aro very suhjoot to discharges from tho ears, whioh depends upon a scroiuious constitution. Theso cases soon recover by taking a few doses of tho Lifo Syrup. S Alt scrofulous persons suffering from general Do bility, Dyspcpia and Dropscy of tbo limbs, abilomeii and in tho femalo, Dropsey of tho ovaries and womb generally accompanied with Inhumation and Ulcer ation of the Uterus, aro permunontly cured by Con stitution Life Syrup. The disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, tho Lifo Syrup will remove en tirely. The remedy should be taken for some time, as the disease is exceedingly chronic and stubborn, uud will not bo removed without extra effort Tumors of the Ovaries, Tumors of the Breast, and welling of other glands of, tho body, will be com pletely reduced without resorting to tho knife, or seprations of any kind. tmlcptio fits, sympathetic or organic diseases of the heart, ss palpitation, diseases of the valves, pro ducing a grating or uliug sound, dropsy of the heart cose and all the affections of this iuiporlaut orirau (persous suUering from any aeuto puin in the region ol the heart), will be greatly relieved bv Coustitu- and Extremities, Wuut of Sleep, Restlessness, l'ulo Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude of the Muscu lar System, ull require tho aid uf the Constitution Lite byrup. n FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE DISEASES, Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead, or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal. Moth Patches upon the female luce depending upon the diseased aotion of the liver are very un pleasant to the young wife and mother. A few bot tles of Constitution Lifo Syrup, will correct the se cretion and remove the deposit which is directly under the skin. In the diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Lan guor, Diisineae, Indigestion, Weak Slomaub or an ulcerated or cancerous condition of that organ, ac companied with burning or other unpleasant sym toins, will be relieved by the uso uf Constitution Lifo Syrup. IV As a general Blood Purifying Agent the Life Svrup stands unrivalled by any preparation in the World. THE RICH AND POOR are liable to the same diseases. Nature and Boience has made tlie Constitution Lifo Syrup for the benefit of all... . PURE BLOOD produoos healthy men and women ; and if the con stitution Is neglected in youth, disease and early death is the result. . Fries, 91 25 per bottle ; one half doion (br 7t WM. H. QREGrO, 33., , BOLB PROPRIETOR, NEW YORK. MORGAN A ALLEN, Wholesale Druggists, 1 Agents. No. 48 CUff st., New York. GEO. 0. GOODWIN CO., Boston. J. U. REED, A CO., Chicago. FULLER. FINCH A FULLER, Chioaco. COLLINS BROTHERS, St. Louis. T J. D. PARK, Cincinnati. JOHNSON, HOLLOWAY A CO., Philadelphia. BARNES, WARD A CO., New Orleans. , - , i BARNES, HKNKY A CO., Montreal, Canada. HOSTETTER, SMITH A DEAN, tan Frasckvo. Cal. February S, lb.-u ' i....neu-.L,uivu anu uelicato Constitutions suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Fain in the Back Loss of ' Memory, Forebodings, Horror of Calamity! tear of Disease. Dimness of Visim, Iir 11... tt!. GOLD. 18C5, 1866, 1801' 8ILVE& 1 to 75000 ! ! . iUa.nulttelrcra, Agents) t . Our New Mode- One of our (SOLI) or NII.VF.R Wntclie, or Silver Tea Set Cor $'3, us below Minted. One of our tea setts or one piece of our 0 eld or Silverware is worth a bush of the ebeap dollar jowoiry M Ws have adopted tho following mode of DISTRIBUTION by sole of 75,800 articles of value ! Our New Mode I The articles of goods are numbered from 1 to 75,' 000! 87,600 consisting of Pianos Molodeons, Hold A Silver Watches, Sowing Machines, Tea A Table Setts. Solid Silver tea and table Spoons and Forks; etc., etc., and tho other 37.DUU articles 01 value Jew elrv. Work ft Toilet Cases, Photograph Albums, Open face Silver Watches, nnd fancy articles in great variety. yo,uiiu nouoes nuinoerea irom 1 10 a,uuu are printed and put into sealed envelopes and well mixed and one of these is taken out and sent to the person sending to us 25 cent to oover expense of postage, correspondence etc, anu me article 01 gooas corresponding with tho nuinbor on the notice will be sent to the holdor of tho same Immediately (if he desires to purchase the article) on the reoeipt of two dollars. For instance; If the number on tho notico sent to vou should bo 500. and a piano or diamond sett or gold watch should be numbered 500; it will be sent to yon should bo 600, and a piano or diamond sett or gold watch should be numbered 500, it will be sent to you for $2, and so on for every urticlo in our list of 75,000 articles. fyAftcr receiving the article, ifit does not please you, you can return it, and your money shall be re unded. 25 cents must be sent to pay expense of postage, Correspondence eta., on one notico. Remember : thnt whatever article corresponds with the number on your notico, you can have it by paying Two Dollars for it, whether it be worth $100 or $800. And it is for our interest to deal fairly, and send out our fine articles, as it gives confidence to the publio, and thereby increases our sales. TRY OUR NEW MODE ! ! Upon receipt of 25 cts., which pays fur correspon dence, postago etc., we send one notico. tr . . , l : .1 - r..- - 1 e j'un ruceijaoi vvuicu b lur ooriunyuuuouou, postago, etc., we send six notices. Upon receipt of $5 which pnys for correspondence, postnge, etc., wo will send 40 notices, and a fine pre sent valued at not less than (15, as a sample of our goods. Upon receipt of $18 which pays for correspondence, postago. eto., wo will send 150 notices, and a solid Silver Watch, by return mail. AUENTS WANTED. Send for a circular ! Agents Allowed a Large Cash Commission by which they make (25 Weekly. Address plainly Salesroom 34 Liberty street. Sept. 23, 18)15. ly REED A BROTHER, Box 5138, New Y'orkCity, N. Y. gl'EER'S SAMBURG POIUAJPEJVINE. In re ii nd 1'oiir Venrn Old. FOR THE COMMUNION TABLE & FAMILY USE Proscribed by Physicians for Females, weekly persons and INVALIDS ! VV .;ll''fc---"a.',.., EXCELLENT WINE Foil FEMALES Every family at this season, should uso SPEER'S WINE, celebrated in Europe for its medicinal and beneficial qualities, highly esteemed by eminent pbisicians, used in European and American Hospitals, nnd by some of the first families in Europe and America. AS ATONIC it has no equal, causing an appetite and building up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a most valuable grapo. AS A DIURETIC it imparts a healthy action of tho Ulands, Kidneys, nnd Urinary Organs, very beneficial in Dropsy, Gout, and Rheumatic Affections. SPEER'S WINE is a pure article from thr Juice of tho Tort Grape, possessing medicinal properties superior to any other wine in uso. und an exePent urtiole for all weak and debilitated persons, and the aged and infirm, iin proving tho appetite, uud benefitting ladies and children. Try it once, and yon trill not he deceived. IV"B sure the signature of Alfred Speed is ovor the cork of each bottle. Sold by W. A. Dennett Sunbury, ami nil first class dealers, who also sell the tMM'I'IIJ.l l'Oirr lilt .:', a choice old articlo, im ported only by Mr. Spcer, direct from tho valley of Oporto. l-Trado supplied by Wholcsalo Druggists. I tfBy A. SPEER. athis vineyard in New Jersey. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 208 BROADWAY, N. Y. Suubury, Jan. 10, lnoli. ly. ESTEY'3 COTTAGE ORGANS. ARE not only unequalled, but they are absolutely unequalled, by any other Reed Instrument in theoountry. Designed expressly for Churches and Schools, they are found to be equally well adapted to the parlor and drawing room. For sale only by E. M. BRUCK. No. 18 North Seventh street, Philadelphia. OAIso Bradbury's Pianos, and a complete as sort ment or the Perfect MELODEON. Sept. 23, lbd4. ly w RECORD 7CTO, DEEDS PERSONS having unrecorded Deeds are reminded that they must be recorded, according to the Aot of Assembly which requires that 'AH deeds and eouveyanues for real estate in this Commonwealth, shall be recorded in the office for Rooording Doods in the County where the lands lio vttliiit six months after the execution of such deeds ana conveyance ; ana every such deed and convey, anoe nut recorded as aforesaid, .hall k ,,.!. .j FRAUDULENT AND VOID against any subsequent 5-' - . n.uau.u uouBiuorauou, unless such eods be eoorded before the recording of the doed or conveyance under which such subsequent purchaser or mortiraire shall nUim August 20, lbdi BREAD & FANCY CAKES. I3-A."VI3D PRY, Two doors west of the Post Offioe, BUNBURY, Pa. RESPECTFULLY informs the eitisons of Sun bury and Vicinity, that be will haka to ordar all kinds of , I p'--'iMMfy'; ; 'Wti.f J'.: J:- -r. 'V-w- : '-.:.HJ'. ... u - Cake lor llalU, larile, Ae. Families are supplied with FRESH IIKKAD, Twist lolls, Rusks, Tea Buns, As., and also kept, on hand manafaotured out of the best materials. All orders will meet with prompt attention. Having had large experience I hope to give general satisfaction to all who may favor me with .l patronage. DAVID FRY. Suubury, Dee. 9, 1845. TUB PERU VI A N 13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE Protoxide of Iron, i a new disoovery in mediolne whioh STRIKES AT THE BOOT Off DISEASE, by supplying the Blood with its vtTAt, prihciplb, or Lira BLtaitHT IRON. This Is the secret of the wonderful snocess of this remedy in curing Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Chronio Diar rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections, Chills and Fo vers, Humors, Lose of Constitutional Vigor, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, Female Complaints, and all disoases originating in a BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD or accompanied by demmtt or a low state or TUB SYSTEM. Being free from Alcohol in nny form, Its energi sing effects are not followed by corresponding reac tion, but are permanent, infusing sTiinsoTn, vigor and tiiw Lira into all parts of tho system, and build ing up an IRON CONSTITUTION. DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY. From the Venerable Archdeacon SCOTT, D. D Dunham, Canada East, March 24, 1865. "I am an inveterate Dyspcptio of mora than 25 years standing." "I havo been so wonderfully benefitted in the three short weeks during which 1 have used tho Peruvian Syrup, that I can senrocly persuade) myself of the reality. People who have known mo are astonished at the ehango. 1 urn widely known, and can but recommend to others that which ha done so much for me " , Ono of tlio most Distinguis'uctl Jurists ia New Englund Writes to a Friend (is, follows : "I have tried the PERUVIAN SYRUP, snd tho result fully sustains yonr prediction. It has mado a now man of me ; infused into my system new vigor nnd energy ; I am no longer tremulous nnd debilita ted, as when you last saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with larger oapucity for labor, mental and physical, than at any time duiing tho last five years. An Eminent Divine of Boston, says: 'I have been using tho PERUVIAN SYRUP for some time past; it gives mo new vigor, nuovA.it y OF BriniTS, ELAST1CTT OF MTSCLU. Thousands have been changed by tho use of this remedy; from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to strong, healthy, and happy men and women ; und invalids cannot reasonably hesitato to give it a triul, A pamphlet of 32 pnges, containing certificates of cures and recommendations from some of the most eminent physician, olergymen, and others, will be sent free to any address. Ltf-Sco that each bottlo has PERUVIAN SYRUP blown in the glass. For salo by J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor, ati Dey Street, New York. AND Br ALL LHUGlilSTS. SCROFULA. All Medical Men agroe that IODINE is the Bos Remedy for Scrofula und all kindred dieonso ever discovered. Tho difficulty has been toobtain a Puro Solution of it. Dr. H. ANDERS' I0DINEJWATER. Is a Pure Solution of Iodine, Without a Solved!! Containing a full grain to each ounce of wntcr. A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and Restorative. It has ourcd and will cure MJltOrl LA in all its mani fold forms. l lcers, CnncerN, fi.vpliiliM, Salt ItllOIIIII j nnd it has been used wilh astonishing success in cases of Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Consumption. Feuialu Complaints Heart, Liver, and Kidney Disein-es, Ac. Circulars will be scut frco to uny one sending their address. Price 1 00 a bottle, or (I for f 5 CO. Prepared by Dr. H. ANDEU.S, Physician nnd Che mist. For salo by J. P. DINSMORE, 30 Dey Street, New York. And by all Druggta. Wistar's Balsam or WILD C II S II V. has been used for nenrly HALF A CENTURY, with the most astonishing suoccss in curing Coughs, Ctdds, Hoarseness, Soro Throat In fluciun Whooping Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint, Brochitis, Ditliculty of Breathing, Asth ma and ovcry nflection ol 'I'lic '1'lirout, I.unK'M, nnd t'licel. CONSUMPTION, which carries off more victims shun other disease, and whiuh battles the skill of tho Physicians to .1 greater extent than any other uiahuly, often YIULDS TO TUIS BKMKDV ! when all others prove ineffectual. AS A MEDICINE, rapid in relief, soothing in effect, safo in its opera' tion, it is unsurpassed ! and Is entitled merits, and receives tho general confidence of the public. .SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D., of Herman, N. Y., writes as follows : " Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry gives universal satisfaction. It seems to euro a Cough by loosening und cleansing the lungs, and allaying irritation, thus removing tho cause, instead of drying up tho couli and leaving the oause bobind. I consider Iho Iin I -sum as good as any, if not the best Cough uediciu with which Iain acquainted." From Hon. Judge SPRAKER.of Cenajohario.N. Y Uentlcmen. This is to certify that myself and family have used Dr. W istor's Balsam of W il d Cher y , fur several years, and that I tako groat pleasure in recommending it ,iu preference to anything of lhc kind for the purposes for which it is intonded. In cases of Asthma, Phthisic or affections of the Throat, I hare never met with anything equal to it, Very respootfullv, DAVID SPRAKER. The Rev. JACOB SECHLER, of Hunovor, Pa., Well known and much respected among tho Ucrman population in this oouutry. makes tho fnllowiii" statement for the benefit of the atuiotod. Dear Sirs : Having realized in my family impor taut benefits from the uso of your valuable prepara tion Wistar's Balsam, of Wild Cherry it attords me pleasure to recommend it to tho publio. Some eight years sgo one of my daughters seemed to ho in a decline, and little hopes of her recovery were enter tained. I then procured a bottle of your excellent Balsam, and before she had taken the wholo of the contents of the bottle thore was a great improvement in her health. I have, in my individual ease mad frequent use of your valuable inedicino, aud huvc always boon benefitted by it. JACOB SECHLER. PRICE ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE. For sale bv J. P. DINSMORE, 3 Dey Street, New York bam W FOWLK A SON, Proiiriotors, Buatou. ana by ait Druggists. GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE Cures Cuts, Burns, Scalds. URACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE Cures Wounds, Braises Sprains. GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE Cures Boils, Ulcers, Cancers. 0 RACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE Cures Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. GRACE'S CELEBRATED J3ALVH Cures Chapped Hands, Chilblains. GRACE'S CELEARATED SALVE Heals Old Bores, Flesh Wounds, to. It is prompt in aotion, removes pain at once, a reduoee the most angry-looking swellings and iuti mat ions, as if by magic, thus affording roiiof and complete eure. Only 26 cents a hotf (Sent by mail tor 15 cent Fur Sale by J. P. DINSMORE, A) Py Si New York. b. W. FOWLS 4 SON, PronricUi Boston, and J ell Diuggisu, Groowrs, and Couul Stores. January IT, loW-ly.