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E. WIIiVEBT, 1 p-wj-h. . iZ. - 1. T T-L f I' SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, 1686. Eocal affairs. tfjob Irlnlissir. Having resolved a srgs supply of NEW JOB TYPK, of tifhM pies, Peelers, Handbill, Circular, Cards, Latter leads, Dill Heads, Label, As MB bt printed la i laical and beet styles, and oa short BotI. rdtn by mail promptly attended to. ty Amiirriirr. Layfeyette Hamateed, for erly ef Milton, bu ku apprfMat Utwteaaav In lb regular army. . j (y Ditidikd. Th NorthBinberlaiid Ceasty etional Bank, efShemokln, bat declared a teal coal dividend of four par coat. Xjf Limaaeaa i Oil Pclisb Paiti Blaceiso. loll exeallant hlaoklng can now ba bad at VT. A. nnelts Drag Btora. It is tb beet la tba markst. yt- ty Charoed Uaxdi. Tbt saloon formerly kept 0. Young, la Slmpaon'i building, Markst strset, l bean purcbaaed by Messrs. Bowen A Bmiek, of I plaoe, who bar taken poawlalon. rf lion. Jobb W. Matbabb, formerly of WU nsport, who baa been making a loar la Europe, irned to hit reeidenea in Xaston, this State, a ik or two lino, much Improved in health. yCAFT. G. W. Forrest, of Lswisburg, a inch Republican, bat been removed from the t Offioo, at that plaoe, to make room for a cop head and "My Policy" man. John Bsale is the ty upirant for the place. y lea. On Monday nigbt ioa was formed on basin, In the tower part of the borough, but an unatoly for tboae who enjoy abating, and who anticipated having a good time on Thanksgiving , the warm aouthern wind and rain of VTednetday i vanished their proapecti. 70 A Huict. Our friends, Meaiirt. Beasholts, kefeller, Clark and Bruoer, itarted laitweek (or mountain to bunt deer. We learn that thia a ie plenty, and we have no doubt tba party return with a good ahare. We expect to note r lueceai on their return boma. f IiipnovixEKi. Our neighbor!, Messrs. Frl A Son, are relaying the pavement in front of atore, in Markotitreet, with large and hand flag itone, which will add very much to the srance of their establishment. rTnAsoiviiio. Thursday laat waa gene observed throughout the State at a day of giving and prayer, In aocordanoe with the auiaiiuni of President Johnson and Oov. Curtin. of the business plaoei in Sunbury were closed g the day, and services held in the different bes. Charge or Electiok Poll. The voters of r Augusta township will bold an election to-day day.) to ballot for and against tba removal of eetion poll, of that township, from the boose of n Oass. to the hotel of S. L. Bergstresser, In a addition. An order waa granted by the laat I of Court for the special election. j W learn that our County Superintendent of on 6obools, Geo. W. Ilaupt, Esq., does not ad holding a Teachers' Institute during the lays, aa is customary. Ha will be compelled to id the Convention of County Superintendents, held at Ilarrisburg at that time. ' Dedication Services at Miltok. The leo oom of the German Reformed Churob, at Mil was dedioated on Sunday week last, by the r, Rev. Mr. Reid, assisted by Rev. Mr. Creiner, inbury. The handsome turn of $!,&V9 was ibed on the occasion for the liquidation of the b debt. " A switch baa been placed lo the Philadel ( Erie Railroad and a small side track built a mile north of Milton, opposite the residence I. David Marr, for the purpose of allowing the arly morning passenger trains to pass each it that plaoe Until lately they passed each it Milton, but owing to freight trains, it caused ich delay, and hence the necessity of building e traok at that place. New Round House. The Northern Central ad Company ia erecting a new round house r shop on their grounds, in tba lower part of -ougb. The bouse, which is intended only for nry use, is being constructed of frame mate We learn that the company intend putting op naive briok building of the character, during rse of next season. Large Fdkebal.--The funeral of Mr. Sam- ma, who died in this place en the Slat alt. see on Sunday last., and was one of the lar t has occurred for many years. His remains iterred in the Blue Church graveyard, in tin township. A special train was run over mokin Valley road, which took out a large of sympathising friends to pay their last of respect to the deceased. Several lodges idependent Order of Odd Fellows, of wbiob a member, were fully represented, and tbeir ties at the grave of their departed brother an imposing character. la Elopement Frustrated. On Tuesday it a rather suspioious looking couple arrived lace on the 11.4 train, on the P. A E. road, i lodgings at a boose of disreputable eharao- lower part of tba borough. On Wednesday a gentleman arrived here from Look Ha sevcb of his erring and truant wife. A was issued and the fickle "better hair' ar Her newly found friend, thinking the oil' resbouts too warm fcr his health, made a ixit for other parts. The woman became proiaiied to do bettor, in the future, and nied her husband borne on tba evening iser, and we hope a better woman, Good CosoucToa We take pleasure ia eg the following high compliment, paid to oted townsman, Daniel C. Coyer, Esq. Mr. tonduotor of the Erie Express traia on the Central .Railroad, and bis politeness and intjon Jo duly bes woo the respect and as the traveling ooman unity. We copy the on the Mil Ionian, of laitweek, as fol 'n these days of oncourteous railway oO l refreshing to refer to D. C. Boyer, Esq., of one of tbe Northern Central passenger one of the most gentlemanly and obliging i any sajlway .traip in tbe country. Mr. performed an act of special favor toward e write this commendation, but refer to oddity, and with tbe hope that be may imitators among railroad officials." mm m m i roesocs Assault at Locust Oaiv -ill Journal, ol Saturday last, contains in j aooouot of an attempt to assassinate tr at Locust Gap, ia this county : "Oa Ight last, while Robert Eastoo, a quiet, t and inoffensive man, who is employed as miner of tbe BlasJt Diamond Coal and amy's mines at Locust Aisp, was sitting ia aiding, surrounded ty his family wife . I children seven or eight men, strangers, botse and ia toe preeenoe of his Jamily, I a .murderous assault apea bin. They sd fired pistol shots at kirn, one of which shoulder. They anally left, after think bey bad tilled blss. Tbe an lire par ay, f about twenty-fiv mea, was seea about STUtSWU-tojE W liinuw e vep' totis is known fog this hratal and mar ett. It is pity that sear' tw af she Infest thituaty tea net Be saugbt p. Tbsy deaerr e fat aert leaiaat i shrift aad a h rep. I OT Daowmaa in BaAwoanr.A sad ease of drowning eoourrcj at Shamokln on Friday morning, Iftth ult.; the particulars of which are glvwn In tba Herald, or last week, as follows :Two little daugh ters of Michael Hon were coming to school from New Town, aad attempted ta arose the foot-log aear Was. Fegely's, while tb creak was Tory high and the water reptd ia Its course, awing ta tb rains of Thursday Bight, - Tba alder, about II years, anooa raged the younger, about years, to ge en, though she was much frightened. Whoa about half tray aver, the younger, overcame with fear, missed bet? J looting, fell late the stream, aad was bora dowa by tb urra. No on was at bead U reader aid to tb helpless little one, and she was serried dowa till th lodged against tba trestlelng opposite Cameroa Colliery. Bbe was not round till about noon. Oa exam in at ioa It was discovered that her back bad beea broken by tbe fall, So she was atterly enable to ask any etertlea ta sav herself. Th alater la alsacapllag te say the) wfbrtansts shlld, narrowly scaped, aad would fctr also perished If tb ead not raocived timely essurtaiiee. Editor's Tabl. "TbbCamp, tee Battli-tielb ad tee Cot utal," oa, Liobts ar Sbabows or tee Great Resellioh, Is the title of a handsome volume, just isAed by the National Publishing Company, MT Minor street, Philadelphia. Tbe author, Dr. It. P. Brock ett, has delved most industrioaily amongst th masses of curious Incidents which have marked th lata war, and has grouped and classified them under appropriate heads, and in a very attractive form. There is a certain portion of the war that will never go into the regular histories, nor be embodied ia romanoo or poetry, which Is a very real part of it, and will, if preserved, convey to succeeding genera tions a better idea of the spirit of the conflict than mini drv renorta or careful narratives of events. and this part may be oalled the gossip, the fun, the patnosot toe war. inis illustrates we cnaracw 01 the lesders, the humor of tbe soldiers, the devotion of women, the bravery of men, tbe pluck of our heroes, the romance and hardships of the service. From the beginning of the war the author has been engaged in collecting all the anecdotes connected wild or illustrative ei u. The volume is profoselv Illustrated with over 100 enirravinn bv the first artists, which are really beau tiful ; wortny oi examination aa specimens oi toe art. The book's contents include reminiscences of camp, picket, spy, soout, bivouao, sieue and battle- neia adventures; toriinng teats oi Dravery, wit, drollery, comical and ludicrous adventures, etc. Amusement as well as instruction inav be found in everv care, as tTranhio detail, brilliant wit, and authentio history, ar skillfully Interwoven in this work of literary art. It is just such a velume as will find numerous pnrobssers, and just such a one as persons seeking to act as nook agents anouia aca to weir net. Harpxb'i Magaiihb. The December number is very interesting in all its departments. Tbe con tents are, Balled of Undo Joe, with three illustra tions ; Th Secrets of Sable Island, with ten ilius trations J A Reminiscence of Sleepy Hollow, with seven illustrations ; Tbe Burglary at Faustel Ever lelzh. with two illustrations ; Ibe Work of balva- tion : Gilbert Charles Stuart; Vine Lane ; Good Locks: The Twentv-tbird of July; Jones' Inde pendenoe ; The Virginians in Texas ; Tbe Last Day on the Porch ; Drifting ; Santa Kosa of Lima; John Bright; John Eccleston's Thanksgiving; Forty three Days in an Open Boat; Uobsnbaden ; Behind the Scenea ; To Beginners in Bookwriting ; Editor's h.asy Unair ; Monthly Kecoru ot current tveots, and the varied and ever entertaining Editor's Draw er. Published by Harper A Brothers, Franklin Square, New York. (For the Sunbury Amerioan.J Tbe Snydcrtown Oil Well. Skvdeutowk, Nov. 28. Mb. EriTOB : Since my last letter, I airs in vlst- agsii the ted tba "JJuquetne Oil well," wbicn is tbe name given the well on the Klase farm. Tbe oeremonies of "baptism" were duly observed and recorded. Tbev are now down eiichlv-nve feet, and are still boring in the same rock as when first commenced. At me dentn or seventy reel tiiey went tnrousn a small vein of slate-coal, a apeoimen of which was taken out, and, on examination, was tound to eon tain a certain amount of eoal and sulphate of iron. It is supposed tbat trev will nave to drill in tne neighborhood of 1M or 2lK feet before going through the surface rock, it haviug a pitch of V inches to the foot. Close to tbe well is a pure black sulphur spring. The sulphur can be seen oosing out of tba small orevices in the rock. There is a continual escaping of hydra carbon gas, which comes bubbling up from tbe bottom. A short time sgo, on placing an ignited match to where it escaped, tne gas caught fire, and a beautiful flame, equal to tbat of a lamp, burned until it oeased eeoaping. fetroleum and hydro carbon are almost invariably found together. The accumulation of gas is the cause ot flowing wells. When the drill strikes a orevice in the rock wbioh contains oil, and a suffi cient quantity of gas, (the latter being of a much lighter gravity man tne atinoepnere.) ti win lorne the oil upward, through mauy obstacles, to the surface. The tubing is then speedily insorted, which causes the oil to flow into large iron-bound tanks placed in a convenient place for Its reception. lucre is, couuouajiy, a scum ui uieagiuuiu iuhict floating on the surfaoe of the above named spring. In a number of instances nortions of wool have been saturated in its waters, and when taken out and placed in contact with a lighted match it would produce a flame, anl burn for a short period. It is yet retained in tbe memory of the "oldest inhabitant," that at one tiers it waa a favorite resort as a drinking plaoe for deer, on bot and sultry days, They would come to quench their thirst in its cool. ing waters, but tbeir numbers were yearly decima ted oy tne unerring leaocn messenger nt mt nunter, t'AtAVua, TRIBUTE OF HEBPECT At a meeting of Sunbury Lodge No. 22, A. Y. M., convened in their Lodge Room on Monday evening, November 19th, 1866, for the purpose of affording the craft an opportunity of expressing their respect for . 1 '' r .!:. 1 . i ni'TL'U it U1U me neoiurj 01 tueir lai uruiuvr, ruinm u- rono 6ER, broiner John Haas, W. M., announced the decease of brother Masscr, expressing his deep and sincere reeling oi sorrow. On motion of brother Jno. Ksy Clement, it waa Resolved, That the W. M. appoint a committee ot Dv to dratt resolutions expressive or too sent! menu of the Lodge. Whereupon brothers John Kay Clcmsnt, J. Slav' maker, 11. Goodrich, Jacob Shipman and W. C Cremer were named as such committee. Tbe committee, through their chairman, brother John Kay Clement, reported tbe following proceed ines. which were unanimously adopted: When death hasolosed tbe labors of a brother it becomes a melancholy, yet not painlul duty, over bis grave to give utterance to expressions of friend ship ; and it is profitable to tbe heart to contemplate the example be has given, tbat we may be guided and warned. A workman has left bit place vacant among as. We shall bear tbe sound of his labor no more. For bim the designs upon the moral trestle-board of our temporal Lodge are nenoeiorta valueless, xne gavel, tbe trowel, tbe compasses, the plumb, the level and the square, shall do longer oooupy his hands, wane we bow eubmlssmeiy to tne dispensa tions of Him who governs all things, it is proper for as to have our brother in retnemlwanoe, and it is a consoling hope, that be has been summoned by th Grest GrapJLMastar of the Universe to a plaoe in that Grand Lodge whioh iaEternal in the Heavens. 1st. We sincerely condole and sympathise with bis bereaved relatives, sod spesiaily with bis only ehild, a loved and sheriabed son. 2d. It is our solemn duty affeotionately to assur that son, that bis lose is likewise our loss ; tbat ths sorrow be feels Is shared by a ; and tbat, while we remember the father, we writ protect the son. Id. We will attend tbe funeral, in pursuance of ths request or our deceased arotber, and wear toe usual badge of eeap. 4th. Tbe Secretary is instructed to deliver a copy ef tbe minutes of these proceedings of the Lodge to the relatives of or deceased brotUar, and to forward aoerlified copy uf tbe same to bis son, William H. Masser, now at the V. B. Naval Academy, at Aa- nanolis. otb. The editors of the several aawApapers ef th county are respeotfully requested to publish these proeeeuings. , Attest; L. T. Robbbacb, Kee'ry. , THIBTJTB OT BESPEOT. . At a meeting of tbe I. O. of J. ., at their Hall oa the 25tb sit., tb following preamble and resola' lions war anaaissoasly passed Wbebbas, Divine Providence has seen It to re move from our midst Brother SAMUEL H. ADAMS, a member ef Hunburv Lodes. Mo. 203. 1.0. olO.F., of Pennsylvania, whose genial qualities of mind and heart bad won for bim ue esteem aad affeotion ol all who were brought closely into intercourse with him. Tharefora KeeoUed. Tbat we sincerely eondolewith the fami ly of the deceased, la tbeir melancholy bereavement. Kttmvtd, That while the widow aid children of the deceased feel ta leas or a aosoeaa ana miner, we also feed tbe loss af a worthy brother, who had she kimaetf the resoeot of all who knew him. tUUtei, Tbat weaeaderte Ws widow aad ta hit kirJ ska aaanssdoa af ur Aeea aad ear neat . g";"5,iriT attend the funeral. aad tbat are am wear tne uaoai aaogaes tiueUmd, Thataaepy sJ these mulattos ba art. sealed to tbe afflicted family of oar deceased brother. Jc-ssoW, That th proceeding be paUlsaed ta the owaoarf papers I D. . g BOTE"., : .. I J. W BUCItEft. CemmitW. f WSNDMCM 1- . "fi , Prefabs roa WmTBB.-Th dtsrmsUWiY Ibe weather should suggest to those whose minds are prudently Inclined ta prepare for the earning winter. Jacob 0. Beohf at his esUbllabmetit aa Fourth St., has in store a bote stook ef tsasoaabl Sloths, ess- timer, Ae., wbioh fea Will make np tnto slegenlly fitting suits, at very low rates. Wn eall tb attention of oar readers to th adver tisement of Messrs. Zlsglar A Bmlth, th popular Philadelphia DraggMs, wh bay proosjod lb sole proprietershlp ef Dr. Lena's mod loin. The wh know tb eharaeter of ihtt bouse will aot hesitate to adopt Dr. Leon's Hair Reaower and Infant Remedy. Silver's Wash Powder, a great eocvenluooe, Is also offered for sale by them. " Abbival or Ma. Morbissst, tbb ObeaT Ex- Ponaaaa, IB Wasbirotob." This Important In formation earn ver tb wires last week. Blno Mr. Webster's Urns, w bay beea looking for aa z-pounder at Washington, aad bow w have It. th arrival at tba White Boas af a asw salt ef clothes lor th President, from lb Continental Clo thing Basaar, Market street, Sunbary, weald hardly exoit more atteatioa Tbe editor who wrote bis editorial with ebalk oa tb soles of bis shoes, and went barefooted while tb boys set up th copy, bat purchased a roam ef sec ond band envelopes, and hired a girl to tura them Inside oat. W would reoommend tb parsimonious quill-driver to patronise Harry Thaoher'l Boot and Shoe Store, la th old Boulton stand, Market street, if he desires t good pair of boots or shoes for a mere song. Harry knows how t tak sar of editors and printers. ' ' . ; . i initien Gbbtlemib. J. K. Smlok has reoelved bit win ter stock of goods, which you are invited to eall and see. It Is aot neoossary to enumerate, at all who visit bis establishment ar satisfied tbat John selects with good tasto, and always has a oboios for all who may choose to oall, and is sure to make a fit. Laboe ai Lira." Large as life and twice at natural," Is aa old saying. It Is not a mere fanciful expression, or a figure of rhetoric, for w know, from observation, tbat tb life-sise likenesses tsksn at Byarly's Gallery, In Simpson's building, Msrkst street, will show certain lineaments and expres sions more accurately than tbey eaa be detected in the living subjeot. This is true, and if yoa doubt it, go and sse them. Fob Wimter. J. H. Engel has just reoelved the second supply of Ladies' Furs at greatly redueed prioes. Viotorines and Muffs at 910 and upwards. Handsome setts for children. A sertaht, newly engaged, presented to bis master, one morning, a pair oi boots, ths leg of one of which was much longer than tbe other. "How comes it, you rascal, tbat these boots are not of the same length ?" "I really don't know sir ; but what bothers me most is thst tbe pair down stairs it in ths same fix." Miller, of the Exoelsior Boot and Shoe Store, Market street, sells boots and shoes of all styles and sixes, cheap for oash. y To Claim Aqebts. Blanks for the oollec tion of "Claims ot Private Soldiers and Non-Com missioned Officers," under the late Act of Congress, equalising bounties, bavs boon printed and are now for sale at the American office. We keep oa band full supply of all kinds of military blanks, which ws sell very cheap. Tbey ar copied from blanks prepared in the Departments at Wsahington, and oan be relied on for correctness. Orders from a dis ease will receive prompt attention. Lite Ikscbance. " It must bo a poor invest ment for me, as the Company makes money by inau' ring my life." But by insuring in The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, you become a member of the Company, and share In the profits. This Compsny is established on tbe mutual plan, the entire profits, deducting necessary expenses alone, being divided among the assured in tbe most equitable manner. Jacob Shipmai, rtrt and Ia f Iniuranre Aginti bunbury, 1'a. n A Few Rbasobs why everybody should buy at 8 Kronenberg't Cbecp Clothing Store : 1st. He tells cheaper than anybody else in this place. 2d. lie has bsttsr goods than anybody else in this place. 3d. He sells more tbsn snybody else in this place, and consequently can sell cheaper. Any man who is in need of clothing eaa save TWERTT-riva ran cert. ! ! by baying at tbe Cheap Clothing Store of B. Kbobesbebo, Next to Geo. Brlght's Drag Store. MAHBIA.QE3. At Holmesburg, Philadelphia, on the evening of tbe 21d ult.. bv tbe Kev. V. v. Miilelte, cl- BHinoB G. Make, formerly of this place, late of I fbiladeipbia, to Alias callib j. vioodham, oi Holmesburg. On the 21st nit., at Ihe bouse of the bride's mother, by the Rev. W. C. Cremer, Mr. David Clemekt, or bunbury, and Miss balm a J. Wot- vebtor, or tiower Augusu. KUiMBt nY nAHKETN, Correoted Weakly for the "American." Wheat Flour, extra family, per barrel, do do . do do perowt. Rye Flour, per bbl. do per ewt. Wheat, prime red per bushel, Rye, do Corn, old do Corn, new Oats, . .. do Potatoes, do Dried Peaches, pared par round do do unpared do Dried Apples, do tit 00 8 00 10 00 M S 00 1 00 1 10 80 0 85 15 it 15 3 1)0 45 80 25 25 28 20 16 15 18 60 fried Uberrles, (unstoned,) per bo. Buter, per pound. r-ggs. Cheese, Lard, Hams, Shoulders, Beef, hind quarter, front " Mutton, Chickens, per dosan, per pound, do do , do do Jo do perciair SbamsoUlst fowl Trade. Ebaboeib, Not. 26. 1866. Tutu. Cvt 8ant for week anding Nov. 24. 14.220 07 Per last report, 603,57.1 03 I7,7 10 421,30" 03 V6.484 07 To tarns timt last year, Increase. Special Noiur?. Brssi's Sanson Port Wsb. The lAousands of physicians j this country and Europe who are prescribing this wins as well as using it la their owa families in preference to all others, is sufficient evi dence of Its superiority over Imported wipes, aa well as over tbe manufactured sugared stuff, often (tailed native wines. Tbe only geauiae fiamburg wine has Mr. Spear's signature ore tbe cork of aach bottle. Its parity fur a eonuaanioa wiae aad its valuable properties tor esedleiaal aaa eaaaot be surpassed. Be aot deceived. FartlemM rrett. This wins eaa be bad at the Drug Btora of W. A. Beoaett, Market street, Banbury. A Bbitiab orrtcBR, writing fro as Teheraa, Per sis, to tbe "London Timet," remarks : 4 Cathar tic PUI, manunu tared by 'aa Amerleaa Chemist," (Dr. J. C, Ayer, of Lowell, Mass ,) bat eared tbe Saab af a liter Coroplaiat tbat threatened bis life, This simple fact, at might be expected, readers tb Americans immensely popalarhere, while we Eng lish are overlook ei. loabtlesa ear owe scholars made the dieseveries whisk he employs, aad tba it is ia everything -, w d the labor, taea tbe mousing Americana put tbeir mark ea tt aad tab tb re. ward. Deatar Ayer M Mouse ay ta uan aaa lis retainers ber, which will aoabdeas b redacted to hits ea a gold trjelaoc, r dlasaead-btlted sword, mhila aaA tie suuae eveB ml Day. Christies T Broeie the treat light by waiak b aaiaas, it kaewa Tork Bttadv rtft- . XT Cotigbr A "Cold or ,0'VW ''TtWOeVr I J Haatnat tMMiojATg attbrtioh, J ,l. aaoot.0 ta caacEBD. - . ' It ALLO.WBB taeOWTIKBB,' ' f rrttattlwai f t l-msiftjs, A Pvi'isaeat TteroMsg IMaeaa, tt Com maaptloai . II OrtEB TBE BStVLT. !''- 1 -DROVN'rl BRONCniAL xnOCHKS ": BAtlB A BIBBCT tBrLCEKCB T T fABTt, ' . J!TB IBMEBIATB BBLIET. Tat BronobJU. AstAma. Oatarrh, Conrump- tlv and Tttmt Diseases, Troches are used with always good saseest, BINGER8 AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS will find Trerket nseful la clearing th Tola when taken before Sir glng or Bpesklng, and relieving the throat after aa unusual exertion of th vooal organs. The Trmchnt ar recommended and prescribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men throughout tbe country. Being aa artiole of true merit, aad having proved tbeir efficacy by a test of many years, each yeer finds them In new locali ties ia Torioos parts of tbe world, and tba Trache are universally pronoansed better than ether ar- OsTAiBonly "Bbowb'b BoncinAt Tuocats." and do aot take any of the Worthless Imitations that may be offered Sold Everywhere. November 24, l6o. flm ITCH! ITCH I ITClIt SCRATCH I SCRATCH t SCRATCH! WHEATON'S OINTMENT Will Cure tbe Kelt In H llwmra. . ,, . nwiif ft? cna nfTTT A'so cures ssiii xtneuss, tiuni wuu BLA1NS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN Prloe 60 oeuU. For sale by the druggists. By send ing 60 eents to WEEKS A POTTER, Bole Agents. 170 Washington street, Boston, it will be forwarded by mall, free of postage, to any part of tbe United States. je 23 '68-y Hrmctital institute FOR SPECIAL OASES, Ho. 14 Homd fMceet New York. Full information, with tbs highest testimonials : also a Book on Sneeial Diseases, in a sealed envelope sent free. lVBe sure snd send for tbem, and yoa will not regret it ; for, as sdrertislng pbysioians are generally impostors, with references no stranger should be trusted. Enclose a stamp for postage, and direottoJDK. LAWitEXCE, No. 14 Bond street, fiew York. Nov. IT, 1808. ly lr. Kchenck's Psilnaomic Syrup This great medlolne eared Dr. J. H. Sehenek, th Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption, when it bad assumed its most formidable aspect, and when speedy death appeared to be Inevitable. Hit phy siolans pronounced his oase inourablo, when he com' manned tbe use ol mis simDIs out ooweriui rem our His health was restored in a very short time, anl no return of the disease has been apprehended, tor all tbe symptoms quickly disappeared, and nis present weight is more than two hundred pounds. einoe bis recovery, Be nas devoied nis attention exclusively to the euro of Consumption, and tbe dis eases which are usually complicated with it, and tbe cures effected by his medioines bavs been very nu merous and truly wonderful. Dr. Scbenok makes professional v!eils to several or ths larger ciues weekly, where he has a large concourse of pationls, and it Is truly sstonishlng to see pour consumptives that have to be lifted out of tbeir carriages, and in a few months heallby, robust persons. Dr. Scherck t PLLMONIO BY HUP. SEAWEED T0N10, and MANDRAKE PILLS, are generally all required in curing Consumption. Full directions accompany eacn, so mat any one can lane tnem wunoui seems; Dr. Schenck, but when It Is convenient it is best to see him. He gives advics free, but for a thorough examination with his Kcepirometer bis fee is turoe dollars. ' Please observe, wbea Durcbasing. that Ibe two likenosses of tbe Doctor one when in ths last slsge of Consumption, and the other as bs now is, iu per fect neaitb are on tne uovernmeni sump. Sold by all Druggists snd Dealers, fries si. Ml per bottle, or 7.60 the half dusen. Letters for ad vice should always ba directed to Dr. Schenok's .. . - no V . c vr .L A.L c . tll.:iu.ll irinorpai vmce, jib. a jnonu iiu Btre buwsi phia, Pa. Uenerai n noiosue Agents : isemns uarnes vu., N. Y. ; 8. 8. Hance, Baltimore, Md. ; John D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker A Taylor, Chicago, 111. i Collins Bros., St. Louis, Mo. Oot. 20, 1807. 3d w. ea. mo. I yr. Iasaiet3a, Ullmdmeea nad Catarrh, Treated with tba utmost success bv Dr. J. ISAACS Ooulist and Aurist, (formerly of Leyden, Holland.) No. 619 Pine street. Philadelphia. Testimonials from the most reliable sources in the City and Coun try can be seen at his office. The medical faculty are invited to accompany their patients, as he has no se crets in bis practice. Artificial Eyes, Inserted with out pain. No charge made for examination. Sept. ZV, loCO. ly Tbe Comfesialosia ansl Kxpvrlence Or AB IBVALID. Published for the benefit and as a caution to young men and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, Ao., supplying at the same tlino the means of self oure. By one who nas cured himself ater undergoing eonsiderable quaok cry. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies, tree of oharge may be bad of tbe au thor. NATHANIEL MATFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co. N. Y. January 27, 1800 ly. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. o M. I,. LtV.IKUH. K VAT.T.TRADK 1R66 FALL TRADE. 1866 ! ! t. , , 4TR SU 111111.(1 b a a i KJUUU respeciiuny can ine suniiwa im r s W . i i , : i. f 1 UMl' ...j v t w a y f luc jiuuiio w u j " x , n MIV - " w ASSORTMENT OF 3 je T-in ntj- (Iaai 8X OjUVjr B1UU WUAVDkiW J UVVUB) y . m , a S Of all kinds and styles la great Variety. POPLINS AND MEBINpS, g 9 Blsek, Green, Blue, Wine, Brown, Purple, Ac, u S In All-Wool Plaids, Detains, Calicoes, a Ac, we have ao assormeut. g M VI 1 . T 1 . II, 11 t -T : m m IDS oust viaca iijmw, Bit-nwt vwiti, WDlIg UOOQB- P S Cambric, Swiss. Nainsook and Jaconet Mus- o ,i l.i : . I) : J I." 1 i. l "T 1 : . , iihi, A1111117, jirw-e niumm miv ivuui V 1 n . . w i e,. O ueriin and American Atepnyrs, auetiana a, Wool, Cashmere Yarns, Ao. r O H 2 llalnsoral Mblrta, t aum Clotn. lireel Trlmmins-s. Hosiery, i 0 Gloves, Hoop-Skirts, Corsetts, iUbboas, and " W ooln Goods. D LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS A COATS. Red Gloves, of ths best quality, and a great 9 variety of goods too numerous to mention, all a nt whlnk will ha MtM at lha HPa lnMt ttr SB A earh. M. L. LAZARUd. f , Sunbury Oct. IT, 1866. THE VERY LATEST ARRIVAL!! Fall aud Winter Goods! JOSEPH EYSTEIt, ' ! (Suaeeueuor to John Botttn.) Corasr of Market and Fawn Street, SUNBURY, PENH'A. Invites tbs public to sail aad examine bit elegant assortments! WINTER GOODS, srfalcb be will sell at greatly rsdused prices. His stook consists In part of OASSIMERE3 CLOTHS- &0 - Bilks. Delaines. Lawns. Ginghams. Caliooes, Muslins, fibeelinc. Tickings, jeens.aad a lull aeseriaieai 01 Cottoa apd Woolen goods generally. Hosiary, Gloves, Usoa 6kiilt. Also Haadkerebleik, Broshas, Combs. lata Md Cap, lla-ota aad iilioa. Ills asaortraent ef roods wiU not. h Is are sure fall to pleass tbe fancy and tail the wants of any de, IIIQM OS DHIOUMIUf Mf-tM SUNS Ol HARDWARE AND QUEEXSWAKB, and Grooeries is Urge ia quantity aad eboiee la euariiy, eomprising geosvajly everything aeeded la fjie bsueebold either tor aa or orBasaeat. H It alwat ready aad glad to see kis rrteads end takes pleasure ia shotilog tbem hW goods even thourh ao sales are made. He only asks eall, aad is sura that the ttoeA will ompar favorably tar' arte aa taajuy wua ta saeapen r J0SI JOSEPH ITSTXR. ATaaaar. Kev. A ltM. , 1 A I LL good bought for Cash bad sold at lowest ariees for cash at tb Hardwar eHer ef J. li tTOVLIT 00. feaborr, Joxe 16, 1164 Great DlsTrlbutibnlNEW and cheap GOODS - r , , BY TtlE - , , Aanertraaa Jetrelrra waocltttlon. Defots : 87 A 8 Nscsao, A, CO A 59 Lib bbtv Street, . .. NEW YORK CITY. Of Rosewood Pianos and Mclndeons. Fine Oil PaluU Ings, Engravings, Silver Ware, Gold and Silver , Watches, and elegant Jewelry. Consisting of Dia mond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Braeelet. Coral, Florentine, Mosaic, Jot, Lara, and Cameo adins' Bets. Gold Pens, with Gold and 811 vor Extension Holders, Sleeve II u I tons, Sets of 8luds, Vest and Nook Chains, Plain and Chased Gold Chains, ft., Ac, valued at ' 11,000,000, FOB ONE DOLLAR, which they need not pay until It hi known what Is urewn emi lie vniun. THE AMERICAN JEWELERS' ASSOCIATION calls your attention totheluotof its being the lar gest aud most popular jewelry Association In tbe United States. The business is nnd always hns been conduoted in the most candid and honorable man ner. Our rapidly Increasing trade is a sure guaran tee oi tne appreciation ot our patrons for thlsinelnod of obtaining rioh, elegant and eoetly goods. Ths sudden stagnation of trade In Europe, owing to the late German War and renent disastrous finencial crisis in xtngiann. nas oausea me raiture or a large number of Jewelry I i mi see In London and Paris, .ti' i . i i i . . ooiiging lueta MJ mi weir goous m m green aaorinoe, in some instances lees than one-third the eoet of manufacturing. We have lately purchased very largely of these Bankrupt Goods, at such extremely low nrioes, that ws can afford to send away Finer Goods and give better ebanoea to draw the most Tsloabte prises than any other establishment doing a similar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, aud we respectfully eolioit your patronage, as we are confident of giving the utmost satisfaction. During tbe past year we have forwarded a number of the most valuable crises to all parts of the country. Those who patronise as will receive th full value of their money, as no article on our list is worth loss than Ons Dollar, retnil, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, snd the article drawn will be Im mediately sent to any address by return mall or express. The following parties bavs recently drawn vsloa bis prises from the American Jwelers' Association and bsve kindly allowed tbe use or weir names : Charles J. llunter, Esq., Treasury Department Washington, D. C, Piano, value $100 ; Miss Anna u. rates. M t. Marx s riaoe, C. 1., Bowing ma' chine, value t75 ; Brig. Gen. L. L, Hanson. V.S Vols.. Nash.'ille, Tenn., Pilver Tea Set, value tIM) j Miss Emma Hunter, 6Jt Front St.. Harrisburg, Fa. Hewing Msohine, value gltO : Lieut. -Col. Waiter Chittenden, Quartermaster, Louisville. Kentuoky. Gold Watch, value l!'0; Wm. 8. Haines, 247 King St., Charleston, b. U , bilver watch, value .1U Alcxnnder Johnson, Esq.. Editor MnnlaUnr Pio wser, Muskatcur. Minn.. Ladies' Enameled Wstcb value $150: Samuel Lee, Esq., President Colorado and lied llanK Mining company, aan rrancisoo, Cal., Mclodeon, value 200 ; Aaron S. Long, Esq. Principal Eikhart Collegiate Institute, Eikhart, N J., Diamond Pin, value $200; R. M. Longstreet, Alontgoinory, Ala., Music Box, value $73; Key Isaac Van Duser. Albany. N. Y., Gold Lined Di ning Set, value $.100 ! Miss Clara Lucuguer, Dayton. Ohio, PUnoforte, value $400, and Diamond Pin, value 81 76. Many names could bs plaoed on the List, but we publish no names without verinission. Our patrons are desired to send United .b tales Currency when it is oonvement. F A It T I A L LIST OF ARTICLES TO BB Sold Tor One Dollar Each, Without regard to value, and not to be paid tor until you know what you are to reoeive : 15 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, worth from t'KIO to 8 ISO 15 KlrKuiit Mel Kleins, Knsewued Cases, 175 to Sd Fust Clnss lowing Machines, til to 3U0 75 Fine Oil Haiiitlllgs, 80 to 100 ISO Fine iMeel Kiigiavings, framed, SO to 311 to Music Boxes, S4 to 40 ISO Revolving Patent Caetore, Silver, SU to 40 50 Silver Fruit anil Cake Baekels, 9 U) 35 4)Hi eis of Tea and Table en-ns. SO to 40 150 Gold Hauling Case Watches, wnnanted, 50 to 150 100 Diamond Runs, cluster and sinsie stone. 7 to Sou 175 Gold Wati-hrs, 85 to ISO 300 Utiles' Waiclirs, 00 to 100 oOOHilver Welches, Soto 75 Diamond Pins. Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladies' Rets of Gold and Coral. Jet and Gold. Florentine, Mosaic, Lava and Cameo ; Scls of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Tlain and Chased Gold Rings, Gold TK,ml,U I.nMtala K Ktvla Halt Uunklaa. Hold Pens and Pencils. Fancy Work Boxes, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver Extension Holders, and a largs assortment of Fine Silver Ware and Jewelry of every description, of the best make and latest styles. A ehancet to attain any ons of thi above Article! for ONE DOLLAR, by purehaiing tealed envelope for 25 cts. 17 Fire Sealed Envelopes will be sent for $1 Eleven for 12 ; Thirty for (5 ; fiixty-five lor $10 vne Hundred tor io. Agents wanted everywhere. Unequalled inducements offered to Ladles and Gents who act as such. Our descriptive circulars will be sent on application. Distributions are made in the following manner : Certificates naming each article and its value are nlaoed in sealed envelopes, which are well mixed. One of these envelopes containing the Certificate or Order for some artiole, will bo delivered at our office, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to cnoice, on receipt o 44 cents. On receiving the Certificate the purchrcer will see what article it draws and its value, and aan then sepd One Dollar, and receive the artiole named, or can choose any other article on our list of the same value. Purchasers of our Sealed Envelopes may, in this manner, obtain an article wortb from one to Ore hundred doHurs. Long Letters sre unnecessary. Have the kind ness to write plain directions, and In cbosing differ ent articles from thoes drawn, mention the style de sired. Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in sverv ease be acompanied with tbe oash, with the name of the person sending, and Town, County and State plainly written. Letters should be addressed to the maaagsrs, as follows : NIIUKJIA, WATSOX fc CO., ST fc SO (iimhuu tit., New Yorlt City, October 20, 1866. Snip, W. J- W0LVEET0N, A1TGHSEV AT I. AW, East snd of Pleasant's Building, Up Stairs, SUNBURY, PENN'A. All professional business in this and adjoinipg toon- tier promptly attended to. euuoury, novemner n, 1000. ly A KW ARRIVAL. UF FALL & WINTER GOODS, AT THE STORE OF J H BNGBL, Market Street, SUNUl'RY, PA. JUST received from New York and Philadelphia, a large lot of FALL AND WlNTEll GOODS, whioh be wMI soil at small fulfils, fur oash or coun try produce. 111s uneoi uooas tor ueniieuco s and r.oys wear Is good Fine Wauk and Blue trench Cloth. Fine Bearer Clothe tor Overcoats, the very butt of Black and Fancy Cassimeree, Good SaUnelt and Kentucky Jeau, all at low prices. His line of Ladies' and Misses' Dress Goods can't be beat in this little borough. UK MY UP IILACU NII.K, Plain and Figured Siik and Wool Poplin, all-wool Poplin, Plain aqd Ifansy Frenab Merino, from one dollar per yard upwards, of all Shades and Colors, all-wool Plaids, Alpaca, all colors. Plalu and Fsobv Mohair Lustres, all-wool Delaines, Fancy and Figured English Merinos, very handsome, Delaines, Caliooes and Muslins, all prioes. Ladies' Cloib for Dresses, Lsdies' Cloth for Sacks, Sacking Flannel, ail shades, Ladies' Shawls, plain and fancy. BEST WOOL BLANKETS, White Marseilles Quilts, Bed Spreads, Balmoral bkixts. Yankee Motions in Great Variety Hosiery, of all description, Gloves, mrLadies and GeoU. Drees Trimmings, Fancy Bt turns, Ac, Ladies' French CurseW, Ladies' Hoop bkirls, Gents' Shirts aad Drawers, Ladies' Vests and Drawers, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Fancy Hoods, Wool 6'oarfs, Ladies' Fancy be arts, aad a variety u otoer goods. 3 ARPETS, Wore Floor Cloths, Stair Carpets Floor Gil Cloths, all widths, Carriage Oil Cloth, Table Oil Cloth Widow Shades, Plain Green and Brown Oil Cloth and rutMret for Winuows. Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Eioe, Crackars, Ppioes, Salt Fish. Cheese. Ao. Qaeensware.Glaaswaro, splendid Setts of Teaaare, at low prices. BOOTS SHOES IN OBEAT VABIETT. Hats sad Cane, Oil, Paint, Glass, Patty, Schawl Books, Paper, Siatsa, A. HARD WARE. Bbeeels, Forks, Vails, Leeks, Hinge snd Screws A lam assortment ef WaU FAFER aad Bor dor. at all prises. All persons desiring ta get good goods will pleaM glvebuaaeall. -T S anbury, Octot-er IS'J OPENED. ' KNOEL & R0BBINS. RESPECTFULLY inform thetitiscosof Sunbury and Vioinitv. thatlhev have lust nnaneil a stook of !---,- a r SUHiMISIFi-0))IO)Sa In the stnrs room lately occupied by Weaver A Fa- e,"' npiosiie uie uiu vourt uouee. REMEMBER that these Goods have lust purohased at reduced prices, and are sold aoenrding- DRY QOOD3 of every style snd variety, suoh as CLOTHS, 0A8SIMERE3, VESTING5. 40. Drew Goods, Prints, Muslins Domestio Goods, Notions, Ac, As. GROCERIES, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR MOLASSES, AC. .... lonaelceeplng Uoodt. The attention of Ihs nublio is respectfully Invited to mo advantages oOored attbis ettabiubment. THE UIGUEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Call aad examine for yourselves. A, J. KKfECEI,, U. P. BOBBINS. Bunbury, July 21,189.8. NEW HARDWARE AND IRON STORE. mHE subscriber having onened In SUN BURT. 1 Pa., anew large, and well assorted ln-W of all kinds of HARDWARE. CUTLERY, COAC11WARE 6ADULKR.Y. SIIOK FTNIUMiq rnnv vino o., laid in at lowest new I org and Eastern prices which they will be pleased to sell for Cash at lha lowest Eastern prices. Intending to do business In ths honest princioles . r i , P. . 1 'i i r . - i suan pro u u ana quiox saie tor i;an. J. XI. WU.LtX CO. 5unbury, June 18, 1866. Cash ! Caala ! ! Cnah ! ! ! A20.000 wanted In exchange for all kinds Hardware, Irons, Nulls, Ac, at the now Hardware Store or J.il. tUM.ll vu. Sunbury, June 16, 1866. NEW MUSIC STORE. Call at our New Music Store in BELIN'S GROVE, buy one of Haimes Brother's New Piano Fortes. and Seals Every Instrument is Warranted for five years. W also keen constantly on hand a good stock ol tb celebrated PELOUDET'S MEL0DE0NS, CABI NET and CHURCH ORGANS, and challenge others to sell cheaper than we are selling. Wealso keep all kinds of Musical Merchandise, and receive all the latest music as soon aa published. A liberal discount to teachers of Schools and Semi naries gfSecond band instruments taken in exchange for new ones. Pianos correutly turned and repaired, fiend for Circular. SALEM A BROTHER. Selinsgrove, Snyder CO., Pa., July 23, 1366. ly Great AUraction, NEW TIN-WARE, Khecg Iron and Htowe Store of SMITH & GEITTHEPI, Where they keep constantly on band and manufac ture to order at short notice. TIN AND SHEET IRON-WARE of all descriptions. They would especially call the attention of pur chasers to tbeir largo aud well selected stock of COOK: AND PARLOR STOVES. The subscribers bavs mads arrangements to bavt al) tbeir best stoves made to order, and those who would have a good stove would do well to go SDd examine their large and woll selected stook. First. They defy competition on the following tried Brands of Cook Steves, vis I Coiublnutlpn tjirs Iturner, C'ooU, Uovrrnor Pcna-Cook. WABASH AND IRONSIDES, and the well known Antjdust Cook Stove called SPEAK 3 ANTiUliST. Also. Parlor snd office Stoves In great variety em bracing all the best manufactures and most fashion; able designs, unsurpassed for beauty of finish siinplir city of arrangements combining cheapness, durability ana eacn stove warranted to periorm wnat tncy are represented. Also, The celebrated Baltimore Fire Place Stove, for beating first, seoond snd tpird stories by Keguters Also, VULCAN HEATER. Also, the celebrated MORNING GLORY. Coal Oil, Coal Oil I-ampa, fcitiadea, Cblinulea, and nil nrttrlca usually kept In an establishment of this kind. Tbey are also prepared to furnish Slats and do slating it) ths best workmanlike manner. Also, to do im Mooting, bpouting, Mange and Furnace Work, Gas Fitting, As. Repairing neatly ana cncapiy eocuieu. A1S0 t 'Unugh s Btw Home Saper.ptsaa pbate." Remember ths cluce. Sainnle and Sales Room nearly opposite Conly's Hardware Store, Market street, between Third and Fourth streets. Building darx painted. August zo, isoo. l'utented Alay , It0. This Is an article for washing without rubbing, except in very dirty places, which will require a very slignlrub, and upline otoer preparations onered for a like purHe, will rot bot tub clothes, bat will leave them muoh shjtes than ordinary meth ods, without the usual wear and tear. it removes grease spots ss if by utagic, and softens tba dirt by soaking, so that riiuing will in ordinary eaies entirely remove it This powder is prepared in accordance with chemi cal soience, and upon a process peculiar to itself, wbiob ia secured by Letters Patent. It has been In use lor more than a year, and bos proved itself an univer sal favorite wbereysr it has been used. Among tb dj vantages claimed are tbe following, vis : It saves all the expense of soap usually used on cotton and linen goods. It saves most of the labor of rubbing, and wear and tear. . Also, for cleaning windows it is ausurpused. With ons quarter the time tnd labor usually re quired ittwpart aheautiful gloss aud lustre, muoh superior to any other mode, bo water required ex cept to moisten the powder. Direotons with each package Aad can be readily appreciated bw a tingle trial. Tbe oust of washing for a family 0 I or six per sons will not exceed trees cbmts. Tbe manufacturers of this powder are aware that many useless compouuds have beea Introduced to tbe public which have rotted tbe cloth, or failed in removing tbe Cirt. but knowing the iotrinaio exoel- lauae of this article, they eocftdently proclaim it as being adapted to meet demand wbioh has long esuted, and has heroMtbre ' emained ausuppiied. BABCrACTCBBB Bt HOWE eV H-lEeE.S, Sao llreadwBy, Uoatoa, ALSO, MANUFACTURES el OF FAMILY DY1 VOLUtto). Tor sal by Grocers aad Dealer everywhere. October IS, 18. tssp. BUILDERS anil those contemplating building, weald de well to oall aad see the large assort aeotef Locks. Latches, Bells, Butts aad Screw, Straps aad T. Hinge. Window Springe, aad ever thltz wanlkd to sots Net bone, s the are Hsli-cI- JUBT ' ere swre or u v. .i.(-e .r. m t ' j e" - BOOKS! BOOKS!! THR snnsoriber begs leave to eall Ibe attentioa of hiseusininera, and the community in general, ta lbs fact that he has now recalled bw teeono, 0 NEW OOODS, oonslstlng, In part, of a, couipletf lint of - PAPER A7TD ENVELOPES, Blank, Rohonl end Javtnilf Books, Fancy TiiWt Soaps. Perfumes, Picture Frames, Lava aud Wlllotr ilangtng BiwkeU, Bird Cages, ' , . - litna nttd Htustsl C41nawr. Fine Vases, Handsome Glove Jewelry snd Works ooaea. iravenngaua oler fortfolios. Carved Brockets, Feather Dust Brushes, Balls, Bats, . ' Fishing Tackle, Toys of all descriptions, a large stock of WAL.L-PAPEU AND BORDER, l ' Window-Blinds, Paper Shades, Coal Oil Lamps and. Fixtures, Ac. Thankful for past patronsge, and hope, by strict attention to business, to continue the seme. a. sr. liiutiior-tt. Sunbury, June 9. 1808. I? von want a rood Likeness for your friends, sra to 8. BY ERLY'S Gallery in cjimpsou'e Building. SHOE Findings, Sole Leather and all goods be Icnging to shoe makers business for sale by i. ti. a uu. LATROSE'B Hair Rostoratiys, ths best in use, for sals by ljluuiiAin, eoie Agsptior ounpury, PERUVIAN OUANQ 8URSTJTUTE BAUOII'S 9 U V E R P W 0 S P H A T K QF L I M fi A ft sr mors than twelve years of constant ass, this highly oonoentratad manure has attained a wide spread reputation as a SUBSTITUTE FQR PERUYIA?? GUANO, Being found active In its operation, snd of great du rability. It does not exhnust tbe toil, but on the contrary, permanently improves it. The increasing sales annually, abundantly prove the high popular value of this manure, and establish the fact of its being relied upon by a wide circle of agriculturists to supply all wants n the d jrestiop of manures for svsry crjin. BAUOH tSc SONS, Sole Manufacturers A Proprietors, Omee, No. 20 South Delaware Avsaue. PillUDELPUIA- BAUOH BROTHERS & 00. General WhohsaU Agent, Ko. 181 Pearl St.. corner ol Cedar. KEVT TORE. GEORGE DUGDALB, WkoUeal Agent for Maryland ol Virginia, No. 105 Smith's Wharf, BALTIMORE, MD. Prlca S0 per &OOO lba. Caast, Jqst Published, the 13th editiqn of oqr new pam phlet, "ilow to Maintain the Fertility of Amerioaa Farms and Plantations," furuisUed tree upouapplif cation to us or our Agents. BAUOH A SONS, 20 South Delaware Arenue, Philadelphia. Sold ky SMITII A GENTHER, Sunbury, July 28, lbo. ly PttlntM, Glass, Putty, Whito Lead, Varnishes, Ao. Everything that Painters use at unheard of prices at ths Hardware Store of J. U. CON LEY A CO. 8unbnry, June IS, 1868. LADIES' FANCY F P 8 AT JOHN FAREIRA'S Old Established FUR Manufactory, Ho. Hi ARCH '6treet, above 7th, PHIL'A. Havs now in Store of my own Importation and !- Manufacture one of the largest and most beautl- ti selections or 51 FANCY FCRS, j fnr Ladies' and Chll- jdren's Wear In the Citv. ZsggjPifi Also, a fine assortment of Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars. I am enabled to dispose of my goods at very res aonable prioes, aud I would therefore solicit a call from my friends of Northumberland county and vicinity. Remember the Name, Number aad Street ' JOII.-i FA It KIR A, No Tin 4RCU St., above 7th, south side, PHILADELPHIA. October 8, 1808. tmw. FALL AND WINTER Millinery Goods, Jot opening at th Millinery Store of U.U4 M. L GUSSLE El Fawn Street, below the Railroad, Sl'NbTRY, PA , Suoh as IB B 11 n 3 4J 3 w Jl A 3 Dress-Trimmings, Hesd-Dresses, Gloves, Hasieryi Ribbons, Flowers, Collars, Bandker ehiuft, A., Ac, which have beea carefully selected. Hiss M. L. U ussier has justopeaed a large assert msut of Millinery Goods. Ladies should aot fail to go and see Ibe latest styles as it will pay la aot delay us viaiiing ber store. Call and examine for youreeles. No trouble to show goods Sunbury, Oct. II I860, WU- MfiNCKB BHOTHEB, A, 804 A RCU Strut, PHILADELPHIA, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia BERLIN ZBPHrBB, EMBROIDERIES, Fine Kail Goods, etc , pereoa ally selected ia Europe. Domestic Zephyrs, German tows Wools, Cashmer Yarns, lis, latest styles ia Ladies Dress and Cloak ' ?RXttlXlT33. Battens, Drop Fringes, Laces, Shawl Borders, A. White Embroidered Beads, etc. Tbe gaexte being carefully selected, ear Wholesale Pepjrimaot nnVr t loloe tnea'e N ibe trade. KjKa.esr , !b:3 axV ' TII.Mlt'fl f-WS