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'. N.B.fcNQLH, 'jPnollriiera. HIJKIHUHY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1867. ILccal &ffata$. Eff A MoglCAX C0TBRTIO If to b bald to th basement of th German Reformed Chnreh, ta Mil ton, communing on Monday next, 21it loft. Ij?" Killbd. W learn that a child of Mr. Jot tniah Cooper, residing on Buyers' Island, below low, u to seriously Injured by being kloked by a bor, one day last week, as to mum lti death In m few daya afterward. 1 GTaB Wbtde Xho past week has been a : very cold one , On Wednesday morning, at 8 o'elook, the mercury slood at (bur degrees below tcro. On Wednesday evening It moderated, when we were visited by a fall of three or font Inches of anow. tyHoTEl, Cbawob. Th Washington Donee, at Northumberland, formerly kept by Samuel V. 6iokel, it now under the charge of Mr. A.J. Rhodes, gentleman from Elmlra. The bouse if favorably located, and has always been well patronised by the travelling public. t& DiKsaa. The new board of Directors of the Tint National Bank of Northumberland, celebrated the commencement of their administratis by a dinner at Vankirk's Hotel, on Wednesday afternoon of last week, got up in Mr. Vankirk's best style. Tht institution, of which these gentlemen axe Direc tors, is in a very flourishing condition. Xjf Special Meetiko. A special meeting will be held in the Unitarian Church, in Northumber land, commencing at 7 o'clock on Friday evening, January 25th, and continuing through the two fol lowing days. Rot. Fielder Israel, of Baltimore, recently a Methodist clergyman, will be present. Liberal christians, and the publie generally, are in vited to attend. Cp Ronncnr . On Saturday night last the dwell ing of Major Dcwnrt, in this place, was burglariously entered, and silver ware, clothing, Ac, taken to the amount of about $400. The supposed thief was pur sued, but thus fnr has succeed od including the at tempts to arrest him. A valuable shawl, which was among the articles stolen, has since been recovered, the burglar having sold it in tho neighborhood of Trevorlon for a small sum. t Sleighing. The fall of mow on Saturday night last has made the sleighing excellent. Our young folks are taking advantage of it, and nume rous sleighing parlies, visiting neighboring towns, have token ploco. On Wednesday evening a large party of Indies and gentlemen went to Danville, stopping at Henry's Union Hail Hotel. While there they enjoyed themselves in dancing, ia. An excel lent supper was served up by tho obliging landlord. The party returned at a late hour, all well pleased with tho evening's cntcrtuininont. llEnosrr.nsBEn'a Patxxt Faux Gate. Mr. E. L. Bergstrcsser, of this ploco, has secured letters patent for n new farm gate recently invented by him. Prom tho drawing and description exhibi ted, wo think it n valuablo improvement. Mr. Berg strosser claims for it decided advantages over every other style of gate yet invented. Tb Invention consists in the employment of a turning and sliding gate, pivoted to and supported upon one end of au overhanging sliding bearer, which is arranged to work back and forth through a mortise in the gate post, and in connection with said sliding bearer the employment of friction rollers. The invontor will be ready, in a fow days, to dispose of rights to those who may desire to purclisso. A speoitnen if this gate con now bo seen at tho Augusta Hotel, in Cake's addition. Election or Bake, Dinxcron. The follow ing gentlemen have been elected directors of the First National Bunk of Northumberland, fur the en euicg year : A. 12. Kopp, D. G. Dricsbach, Jno. Taggart, Jno. M'Farlnnd, Wm. Leighow, Btuj. Hummel, A. H. Stone, D. M. Brautigaui, Joseph Bird. Atan election ou the 8th inst, the following gen tlemen were chosen Directors of the Northumberland County National Bank of Bhamokin, to serve for th usuing year F. VY. Pollock, J. W. Friling, S. Bittenbender, T. Burogardner, J B. Douty, W. H. Marshall, W. T. Grunt. Val. Fasely, "Wm. Montelius. Th fnlinntinir nersons were elected Directors of the Milton National Bank, on the 7th inst : W. C. Lawson, Moses Chunibcrlin, V.'. P. Hull, I. B. Davis, W. F. Nagle, Thomas Strcnk, John Roush, John McCormiuk, aud DuvidEtbback. ' Tho following have been elooted Directors of the First National Bank of Milton : J. Wool' I'.u.-r. John Datcsman, William Mo Cleery, William aavMc. Henry Frlok, W. H. Marr, J. P. Armstrong, S. T. Brown and B. K. Hatg. ry Black Band Ir.ox One Tb Pottsville Journal says that tho interest in the dUcovery of this ore in Schuylkill county ie increasing. Ho for, it baa been discovered at se veral points in that oounty, and very rooemly traoes of it were found near Pottsville. As all railroads must, in course of time, on the score oi economy, adopt steel rails, uud as this or will make a fine article by the Bessemer process, this dis covery is of tho greatest value. This ore will pro bably be found in the hainokiu coal region. We have received from Joseph S. Patterson, sq. of Pottsville, the fallowing letter in relation to the valuablo discovery of this oro in th Schuylkill re gion : Pottsville, Pa., Dee. 29th, 180(1. I desire to call your attention to the Importance of the late discoverv at St. Clair, of a vein of Black Band Iron Ore. The ore is now being mined by E. V. MoGinnee. Esq., in bis shaft, fitly feet from the surface, and supposed to lie seventy. five feet under the Diamond Vein. If this vein or ore should ex- tend over our Red Ash Region, and there is every . reason to suppose that it does, there is no telling its value to Schuylkill County. We can erect Iron and fcteel works here, und consume a large part of our conl product. The ore ood tains .'IK peroent. of metal lic iron, end 35 per cent, of eaibouooeous matter, so that It will require less coal to make a ton of iron than any other ore outside ol the eoal region. It will snake an iron equal or superior to tb Scotch pig, aud drive that metal, which we now import in Urge quantities, out of the market. At Massillon, Ohio, tbey make iron from Black Band ore, and th owner of the furnace told me it bad taken the place of the Scotch pig; In all that section of country. Mixed with the rich magnetic ores lately found in large veins in Berks County, it could not tail to make Bessemer or other steel of good quality. There are six inches of mining over the vein, and over that -twenty-sevtn feet of conglomerate rock, under it blue hard slate. I have before mesamplesof Welsh and Scotch Black Band ores; ours assays richer than either At Schuylkill Haven and along that valley, .there is a vein of limestone fifty feet thick. Mr. B. Pott says his father used this limostone exelusively at his charcoal furnace in this Borough. It is not ,nsed at present in the Anthracite furnaces, but I take it that nature would not have plaoed it so near tho coal and iron ore. if it was not meant to be combined with them to make iron. In Wales tho limestone used Is found In proximity to the eoal meosnrrs. Mr. Griffith, who visited Eng land, Sootland aod Wales, to examine tb iron and stcol works, SKji in a distriot of twenty miles in South Wale (in a eoal region,) from Hermine to Pontv Pool, thoy turoci out 25,000 tons of manufac tured iroi. and steel per week, and consume yearly more eoal than we produced In Schuylkill county hi vear. Ibis iron and steel is all manufactured from caul region ores. They hare no magnetios of any account iu England or Wales. How much more favorable, then, is our position. If tb furnace, th .,.,.1 .rlit and the niliin- mills were ereoted here, we could con bin all the profits and make iron and steel cheaper than at other point. Before long steal rails will be wanted in lame quantities, as rail roads will cot use iron rails when tbey can get an article that will last twenty time a long. Bonuyi kill oounty is tho place to tuak them, where w liive i lie coal, iron or and limestone. Ther are a ' cumber of other veins of ore in th Bounty. Th f.uiiibern Coal Field, from Sharp Mountain to Mine 21 ill. will probably b round to contain the bulk of the black B ind. It may, however, Mist in some of the other Anthracite C-ul Fields. bite wriifug the ibove. Gen. igfrled ha dis covered two vein of Iron or ia tb tunnels of Potts O.r at Minersvilla. in ta waua sua each six feet thick, and oca In tb reds vhrt fees thick - fciTTaa Bhamokla ITtrmld, at the 11th Inst., In speaking of the eoal trad In the Bhamokln region, says : The trad la this recton, still continues dull, taongli some of the Collieries that war stopped last aorta expect U resam week again this week. From Dot unhangs through out ta entire eeal re gion, we learn that there I a general stagnation, and la most localities there I a mnoh greater dearth of employment than there Is In the 5aanktn basin. It It hard to any what will h the of tb trad tbla winter t though If tb weather ontlnue as se vere as It ha beea tb past few weeks, the reUil trad must antlna brisk, ans) stake a demand for domestic purpose ; of tbla trad w are sure to get oar altar. -,- - - -r' Tb Enterprise R. K. it being poshed rapidly, and is now completed within a mile and-a-balf of Big Mountain. This will groatiy inereae and develop tb business of tot operations. Besides, it It confi dently anticipated that the Nio.R. W. Co. will, during the year, form a junction with the Quekak Road at Mt. Carmel. This will not only tend ft eight and passengers from New York to Lake Erie through Bhamokln, bat will give at a direct outlet to the N. Y. market for our eoal. The competition thus raised between those roads and the Reading must sertainly result to our advantage. The statistics for the year lM show an inorease of almost 100,000 tons over that of 1865. This has been accomplished in face of the great depression that baa directly affeoted buiiness for more than three months of the year. Had prices and demand remained as good as they were in the beginning of tb year, our Increase wonld hare reached 160,000 tons. As it is, the improvement is such as to prove the steady growth In tb business, wealth, and resources of the place, and give us new hopes for the future. a7 Butteb. Fiv or six tlodt cam to Milton from Centre oounty, on Tuesday of last week, load ad with eight tons of butter, all nicely packed in barrels, ready for shipment to market. CF" Lwissceo, Centre ako Spruce Creek Railroad. Th stockholders of tb Lewisburg, Centre Sprue Creek Railroad Company have agreed to transfer their charter to th Philadelphia A Erie, or any other eompacy that will build a road from th Philadelphia A Erie Railroad, oppositt that place, at least at far as Lewisburg. For the American.) Tna Fochdbt of Messrs. Van Allen A Co., in Northumberland, mad it first casting on th 10th inst., and has been in tuooessful operation ever tinee. The foundry is only intended to supply cast ings for th establishment of Van Allen k Co., which is situatod upon a lot containing 67,600 sqnar feet, and oonslsts, besides th foundry, of a rolling mill ami nail factory. The building for th rolling mill and factory Is 2SS feot and 4 inches in length, and 05 feet wide. That for the foundry is 72 feet long and 32 feet wide. There are 27,266 square feet of slat roofing upon both buildings. The machinery for the whole estab lishment will be driven by four upright Corlia Valve Engine, of two hundred aud fifty horse power. This is doubtless the best kind of engine in use. It furnishes the mechnnioal power for the New York TribiiNt establishment, and is spoken of by that sheet in terms of unqualified praise. There will bo thirty nail machines, and from one hundred to oue hundrod and fifty operatives will be employed. Besides th lot occupied by th build ings mentioned, the firm has other grounds amply sufficient for the erection of additional furnaces. Northumberland has unequalled facilities for traniportulion, which render it a desirable situation for manufactories. Goods may be shipped in three different directions by railroad and in as many by canat. The inorease of business establishments and of dwellings, during the past year, shows soma ap preciation of these advantages. It only remains for the capitalists and th people generally to second the efforts of those desiring to enter into business here, to restore this anoicnt town, one the competi tor of Uarrisburg for the honor of being the Stato capital, to something of its pristine vigor and im portance. Editor's Table. Tub Nortb Raman Review, for December, 18AS, published by Leonard Scott A Co., New York, is on our table. This number of tho Review contains eight articles, each written with that peculiar force which baa made British reviews th terror of authors in all languages. The article on th Submarine Telegraph condenses and familiarizes an Immense amount of information. Tab Tribustb Almasac, for 18C7, baa been re ceived. It would be superfluous to commend this publication. For many years it has been recognised as a standard reference for political information The number for 13C7 is at valuable a any of its predecessoi s. BUSINESS NOTICES. Wort TnouBL You. Reader, if the wet and cold (nfliot distress upon your body, let us give you a Lint in that connection, which may prove of value in averting the evils arising from these cause. Dis orders won't trouble you if you always observe the requisite precautions ; therefore, go to Wm. U. Mil ler's Exoehiior Boot and Shoe Store, Market street, Sunbury, and provide yourself with a substantial pair of Boots or Shoes get th best and you will find that they will add very much to your comfort. But if you are satisfied to paddle about in th cold, with insufficient covering to your feet, just go en, and if you don't got "paint for your pay," then na ture will play a Strang freak of merey to your interest. "X oat LD a tale unfold whose narrowest word would harrow up thy soul, frccte thy young blood," in the words of Hamlet's ghost, and indeed in these wintor days it would be nothing difficult to freeie one's young or old blood either. To secure ourselves against such a mishap we should wear a suit of the elegsnt ready-made elothingior tai at th Conti nental Clothing Baaaar, Market street. Everybody should call immediately and select from th cxten- tiv stock at that establishment. Hob, H. J. Ratiiord has presented a petition to Congress, signed by Philadelphia, asking for a reduction of the tax on "drossed skins." The beet way to reduoe that tax It to dress your skins with th beautiful elothing manufactured at tb tailoring ea ablishment of Jacob O. Beck, on Fourth atreet. Judging from lit modern prices at whioh Beck sells bis clothing, your skins will be dressed cheaply enough, and you will sever complain of th tax in 'hat direction. Mr. Beck offers his large and axteotiv stock if Cloths, Caasiinerea, Vesting, Ac, at cost, prepara. tory to closing up bis business ia th spring, (sreat bargains may be bad by purchasing of him. 'I am too old it will cost too much." But if the duly be on that you foci yoa ought to perform, th only way to meet the east la to insur for a less amount than you would il yoa were young er. Th rat of premium Is in exact proportion to tb incrtatt ef rui , and admonishes you to no longer delay th performance of a duty to important to those dependent on you. Jacob Shiphab, Fin and Lift Imurane Agent Sunbury, Pa. A BtAf rirt'L Fob. W hav seldom teea a mora beautiful sentiment than th following : Tell me, y winged winds That round my pathway roar. Do you Dot know some spot Where prices ar some lower Some store "chuok" full of boots, And pretty boots you know. Where one can buy all tbes At prices vary low 1 The gtad winds raised, and in a frightful roar, Did thunder, Ys ! at Thacher' store. This popular (tor I la th old Boultoa stand, Market trt, Sunbury. Doa't forget the plao. SrECiaBK. Th beautiful specimens of th pho tographic art, oa exbibitioa Id bim peon's building, Market Square, Sunbury, tell th passers by, ia an- mistakabl language, that 8. Byerly it a flrtt -class artist. Call ap and get a life-like pictur. TotTBsmr Risbti, la NortbaaibarUsd oounty, for th groat Abericab Cow Milebb, for sal at the Baaaar. la Boabarj. Also tfct riahst for Uatoa aadfcyder Ureat Rrsa at Bar kkV The' poblto art taking advantage ol Ssaiok't raw prices, aud ar carrying hi good! oft; (after being mad ap lot, ulu of al' styles,) by vrngon had: H hat just replenished hit eeUbllshmsnl with another supply Of Cloth, Cac ejmerat, Ae.( wblob h propose ta convert Into suits at reduced prioee. If yea desire to purchase a good artier (ad at a iwawaabl Agar, tall on Smlck. : ecaa. Pnnylvanl AVgrioultnral Booletyi . Saitor, Pa., Sept. 38, 186fc On ef th principal feature of to-day't show was th American Cow-Milker exhibited by A, C. M. M. Co. Three cows were milked to our entire satisfac tion, standing perfectly quiet, although milked fnr the first time with th machine. The Cow-Milker give sure indication of a ootnplete sueoee, and da serve to acquire by its merit a popular a reputa tion, as th Sewing Machine or Reaper. We glv this a a special award and diploma. B. Morris Ellis, Hughasvltle. A. E. KArr, Northumberland, ToaiAaiVARTo, Reading, Special Committee. I BO BEREir CBRTirr that I bat purchased and need on of tb Ameeicab Cow Milkers, and they ar fully what they ar represented to be, and go far beyond say expectations. Bkab Hoover, Proprietor of th Sunbury Dairy. " 17 To Claim Aorhts. Blanks for tb collec tion of "Claim of Private Soldiers and Non-Com missioned Officers," under th lata Act of Congress, equalising bounties, bar been printed and ar now for sale at tb American ofiioe. W keep oa hand a full supply of all kinds of military blanks, whtoh w tell very cheap. ' . Tbey ar eopled from blanks prepared in th Department at Washington, and can be relied oa for correctness. Orders from a dis ana will reeeir prompt attention. SU.'MllVItV 1UARKETH. Corrected Weekly for the American." Wheat Flour, extra family, per barrel, do do do do perewt. Rye Flour, per bbl. do per ewt. Wheat, prim red per bushel, Rye, do Corn, old ' do Corn, new Oats, do Potatoes, do Dried Peaches, pared per pound do do unpared do Dried AbdIcs. do CIS to 8 00 10 00 60 J 60 1 00 1 10 60 60 1 00 25 80 15 3 00 35 35 25 20 28 20 14 1.1 18 60 Dried Cherries, (unstoned,) per bu. Butter, per pound. fcRgs, Cheese, Lard, Hams, Shoulders, Beef, hind quarter, " front " Mutton, Chickens, per doten, per pound, do do do do do do per pair Shnmokla Conl Trade. BoAMOKiir, Jan. 16, 1887, Ton. Ctrl. Bent for week ending Jan. 12th, Per last report, 3,2.17 04 l,23 IV 4.0G1 0.1 C,l02 Oi 1,441 00 To same tlm last yc&v, Decrease, Spertal Edicts. Q rapes. Mr. Spcer having some property in New Jersey, turned his attention to the cultivation of the Port Qrap. It bears a grape whose superior quality, juciness and richness in saooharine matter is unexcelled by that of the Catawba. After nume rous experiments in fermentation, Mr. Specr has produced a wine which will immortalise his name and prove a new honor to America. lioaton Trav. This wine can be bad at tb Drug Store of W. A. Bennett, Market street, Sunbury. HcmrDial institute FOR SPECIAL OASES, fto. 11 ISontl Mreot ftcw VorU. Full information, with th lilghost testimonials ; also a Book on Special Diseases, in a scaled envelope sent free. Leslie sure and send for them, and you will not regret it ; for, as advertising physicians arc generally impostors, with references no stranger should be trusted. Enolose a stamp fur postage, and direct to DU. LAWRENCE, No. 14 Bond street, New York. Nov. 17, 1880. ly BLADES' EUPHONIAL LUHIUOATOItN! THE PEOPLE'S MOST SURE AND EFFECTUAL remedy for Coughs, Cotds. Croup, Catarrh, Asthma, Jironohilis. Diphtheria ana au Pulmonary diseases. The Lubricator is a medionl preparation in th form of a Loxenge, which of all mode is the most pleasant and couvonient. Thoy contain no deleterious ingredient, and are Warranted to be always safe even for lac weakest and mot sensitive stomach. In Croup tbey give immediate relief. For Coughs and Colds they are invaluable. For Catarrh, Asthma, and Bronchitis they hare no equal in tbe market, vide certificate accompany ing each box.) Diphtheria, that dreaded and deso lating disease, they control wonderfully and almost immediately No Public Speaker, Singer or Teacher, should be without them, as they remove hoarseness and strengthen and clear the voioe. S- Always use mem in lime, ana it tue ey mptoms ar wviri use vrv freely. J. U. BLADES ft Co., Prop's, Eloiira. N. Y. JOHNSON, HOLLO WAY A CO WDEN, Wholesale Agent. Philadelphia. For sale by all Druggist. Jan. 1, lSOJj lr. Nckcnclt'ii Pnltuonlc By-rap. This great medicin cured Dr. J. U. Schcnck, th Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption, when it had assumed it most formidable aspect, and when speedy death appeared to be inevitable. His phy sicians pronounced his ease Incurable, when he com menced the us ef this simple but powerful remedy. His health was restored in a very short time, and no return of the disease has been apprehended, for all the symptoms quickly disappeared, and bi present weight is more than two huudred pounds. Since bis recovery, be has devoted bit attention exclusively to tbe cure of Consumption, and the dis ease which are usually complicated with it, and the sure effected by hi medicines bav been very nu merous and truly wonderful. Dr. Scbeock make professional visits to several of tbe larger eitiea weekly, where he has a large concourse of patients, and il is truly astonishing to see poor consumptives that hare to be lifted out of Ibeir carriages, and in a few monthsbealihy, robust persons. Dh. Scbenck' PULMONIC SYRUP, SEAWEED TONIC, and MANDRAKE PILLS, ar generally all required in curing Consumption. Full directions accompany each, so that any on oan take tbem without seeing Dr. Schenck, but when il is convenient it is best to see him. He give advioe free, but for a thorough examination with hi Respirotneter hi fe is three dollars. Pleas observe, when purchasing, that the two likenesses of the Doctor one when ia the last slags of Consumption, and the ether aa h now is, in per fect health are on the Uotoroment stamp. bold by all Druggist and Dealers. Price $1.50 per bottle, or (7.60 the half doten. Letters tor ad vioe should always be directed to Dr. Schenck' Principal Office, No. 16 North pth Street, Philadel phia, Pa. tieneral Wholesale Agents: Demas Barnes ft Co., N. Y. ; S. S. lfance, Baltimore, Md. I Jobn D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker ft Taylor, Chicago, 111. ; Collins Bros., St. Louis, Mo. Oct. 29, 18o7. 3d w. a. mo. 1 yr. To Conaumptivea. Th advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for several years with a severe lung affection and that dread disease, Consumption it anxious to make known to hit fellow su Surer th means of cure. To all who desire It, he will tend a copy of th presoriptioa used (free ef charge), with tb dlree lions for preparing and using the same, whloh they will and a suaa Voaa for Vormibpvior, Asthma, Bbomcbitie, Cotront, CoLDt, and ll Throat and Lang ASeotloot. Tbe only object of th advertise ia tending th prescription I to benefit tb afflicted and spread information whioh b eonoeives to bo ia valuable, and he hope vry eutterer will try hi remedy, as it will cost theia aolhtng, and tnay prov a blessing. Parties wishing th prescription, rasa, by return mail, pleas address Rav. EDWARD WILSON, VlilUaubarfh, Knew 0 , Mew Tor. " Jaaaary 1J, 18ao-ly. :'r ' r- Ert-orsj "of Vofeitt. A gentleman whe suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Prematura Decay, and the effects of youth ful Indiscretion, will, for th eak of tufjorlng hu manity, tend free to all who need It, th recipe and directions for making th simple remedy hy whloh h was oured. Sufferers wishing to profit by th ad vertiser' xperleooe, oexi do so by addressing JOHN B. OGDKN, Voi 13, Chambers St., New York. January 13, 1806 ly A Cough, A Cold or Sore Throat, ' " Rxqmax imhbdiatb attbrtior, ARO IBOCLO B CRECKEO. Ir ALLOWED TO CORTLtVB. lrrttntlott of the Ivn;, A Portttnncnt Thront Itlatenae, ata t'ou nanptlon ii orta TUB RESULT. BROWK'H DROKVIIIAL TBOCIIIII AVIXQ A DIRECT IRrLCBXCB TO tHB PABTfl, etVB IBMBDIATB RELIEF. For Bronohiti, Asthma, Catarrh, Consump tive and Throat Disease, Troohes are ased with always good tuoceat. SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS will find Ttorhet useful In clearing th voice when taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. Tbe Troehe are recommended and prescribed by Physieians, and have had testimonials from eminent men throughout the country. Being; an article of true merit, and having proved their efficacy by a test of many years, each year finds them In now locali ties In vorious port of th world, and th 'troche' ar universally pronounced better than other ar ticles, Obtain only "Browr' BnoncniAt. TnoceEs," and do not take any of tb Worthies Imitations that may be offered Sold Everywhere. November 24, 1868. Om Reattieaa, Hllsxdneaa and Cntttft-li, Treated with the utmost sueoewibT Dr. J. ISAACS Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of Leydcn, Holland.) No. 619 Pine street. Philadelphia. Testimonials from the most reliable sources in tbe City and Coun try can be seon at but offioe. The medical faoulty are invited to accompany their patients, as be has no se crets in his practice. Artificial Eyes, inserted with out pain. No charge mad for examination. bopl. ittf, lHtso, ly V itch t i run : rroi t SCRATCn ! SCRATCH! SCRATCH! WIIEATON'S OINTMENT Will Cure the Itch In 4H Hour. Also cure SALT RHEUM. ULCERS, CHIL BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. Price 60 cents. For sale bv the drus-eists. B send ing 60 cents to WEEKS i POTTER, Sole Agonts, 170 Washington street, Boston, it will be forwarded by mail, free of postazo, to anr Dart of the United States. ie S'i '66-y Strange, lsnt Trne. Every young lady and gentleman in th United State can bear something to their advantage by re turn mail, (fro of charge.) by addressing tho under signed. Those having fears of being humbugged will oblige by not netioing this card. All others will please address their obedient servant, THOS. P. CHAPMAN, 831 Broadway, New York. January 13, 18GG. ly The Confcsmloaa nnd Kxpcricncc Or A3 INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a caution to young men and others, who suffer from Ncrvcu Debility, Prematura Decay of Manhood, it., rupplyini; aHbe same timo the means of self-oure. By one who tint cured himself aftor undergoing considerable quack ery. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies, tree of charge may be bad of tbe au thor. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co. N. Y. January 27, 1806 ly. ArER't America Almarac is now ready for delivery, gratis, at the Drug Storo of W. A. Bennott, Market Street, Sunbury, who will be happy to sup ply all that may eall for them. Every family should have and keep this book. It is worth hav ing comprising much general Information of great value. It gives the best instruction for the cure of prevalent complaints that we can got any where. Its anecdotes alone are worth a bushel of wheat, and its medical advioe is sometimes worth to the sick the wheat's weight in gold. Many of the medical alma nacs ar trash, but this it solid metal. Its calcula tions are made purposely for this latitude and are therefor correct. Call and get an Ayer't Almanac, and when got, keep It. DISTRIBUTIONS. W would call attention to the opinion of one of the leading papers of Canada on this subject : Most of our readers huvo, no doubt, read some of the numerous advertisements of Uift Eutorprbt'S, Uift Concerts, Ac, which appear from time to time in the publio prints, offering most tempting bargains to those who will patroniie them. In most cases these are genuine humbugs. But thore are a tow respectable firms who do business iu this manner, and they do it as a means of increasing their whole sale business, and not to make money. From suoh firms, it is true, handsome and valuable articles aro procured fur a very small sum, and what is more important, no one is ever cheated. Every person gets good value for hisdollar; bocause, as we have stated, il is intended to not as an advertisement to increase their ordinary business. We hav seen numbers of prise tent out in this way by Sukbbak, Watsob ft CuapAkr, of Nas.-nu Street, N. Y., astd there is no doubt that some of the articles are worth eight or ten lime tho money paid for them, while we have not seen or heard of asinglo articlo which was net fully worth the dollar which it cost. But Ibis is only oue of the exoeptiou of this rule, for as a general thing the parties engaged in this business are nothing but clover twin tiers. (Saturday Header, Montreal, C. E., Jon. 13, lblit).) Oct. 20. eow-flt CsTSbe a Wokab, In another column, picking Samburg grapes for Specr 's Wine. It is an admira ble article, used in th hospitals and by th first olasa families in Paris, London and New York, in preference to old Port Win. It is worth a trial, as it give great satisfaction. For sale by W. A. Ben nett. Market street NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Thej will do it ! Tbey will do it!! Thoy will do it ! ! ! They will do it ! Tbey will doit!! ' They will do it ! ! They will do it ! They will do it ! ! Tbev will do it ! ! ! Sunbury, Jan. 12, 1867. Why will they do it ! Why will they do it t ! Why will they doit Ml Why will they doitt "Why will tbey do it ! t Why will tbey do itttl Why will they doit! Why w ill tbey do it 1 1 Why will they do it 1 1 1 Sunbury, Jan. 19, ISo7. BUILDERS and those oattaplting building, would do well to eall and ace tbe larve asaoit. inent of Leeks. Latcboe, Bolt. Butt and Screw, Strap and T. Hinges, Window Springs, and every thing wanted toaotaplet a bom, at the new Hard ware store or 4. a. iUtiiti aw Procure one of BYERLY'S Fin Photograph Pi' tuxes at bi Rooms in Simpson's Building. JpiNE Feather Brash, at LIOHTNES'S. T ADIE9 aall and tb Hanging Boskets, praoa ana ia tvora iwiee. i , UJ HIKER'S fff yoa 'font traed Tia-Wara. a aa SMITH ft J OENlihiVS New Step. t " " BENJAMIN SAKITEPh " ' .,:. . , DEALER IS . r . i. Frail, and Ornamental Trees, MirultVvry, Tinea, Ac TnE tub."nribcr teepeotl'ulty announcos to th oitl tensof Northumberland and adjoining Bounties, that he Is prepared to furnish all varieties of Fruit, and ornamental trees, Shrnbberry, Vines, Ac., of th very best quality, which he will warrant to be healthy, and vigorous, Irom the mot responsible nur-i eerie in the country. All trees, Ao.,orilereti during tbe winter, will b delivered at the nearest railroad stations free of charges, in the spring of 1867. The oelobratcd SilEKRY WINE PLANT, a Kost xecllont variety, is offered Tor sale by him. Purchasers will find it t their advantage to patro nise bim, aa beau had a great deal of experience in th business, and sells on the most reasonable term. Address BENJAMIN BAHNER, PaxinosP. O., Northumberland County, Ta. January fi, 1867. Sin. Katnte of Henry Ilerkcrt, Iccl. NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of adminis tration having beon granted to the undersigned, on tbe estate of Henry Ueckort, Into of Lower Mahanoy township, Northumberland county, Pa., deceased All persons knowing themselves indebt ed aro requested to meke l.nniediato payment, nnd those having elaims will present them duly autheur tioated lort-cttlotncnt. WILLIAM DEPPIN. Administrator. Lower Mahanoy, January, 5, 1807. flt. A,ioi'it:K. NOTICE is hereby given to ail creditors that I have placed my accounts in tb bauds of L. II. Ksse, Attorney for collection. Punon owing me will save costs by eonilni forward and paying their indebtcduets immediately. JOHN WILVER, Sunbury, January S, 1S07 St. BOOTS, SH0E3 AND TRUNKS I II, J. 'llaACllICK, SCCCEHSOR TO W. W. APSLEY. IN addition to our large stoclc, already on hand, we are now receiving a full supply of Fall and Win ter couds for Ladiut, ilentloinen, Misses and Chil dren's wear. Also a good assortment cf Trunks. A laro lot of R. R. Bags, Gents' fino leather Satchels. We wish it distinctly understood that we intend selling our goods at small profits, exclusively for the cash. Don't forgot the plara, Apsley's old stand, in the well-known house of JfrJ. Boulien, Market street, Sunbury, Pa. NOTICE Boots and Shoes neatly repaired at short notice. If any bought of us should rip they shall be fixed for nothing. 11. Q. THACHER. Sunbury, Deo. 8, 1856. -tf. AttnilniNtr(orM iolivc. r NOTICE le hereby given that letters of adminis tration having been granted tothe undersigned oil the estate of Peter 1! Mnscer, late of tho Borough of Stiulmry, Northumberland county, Pa., deceased. All porfons indebted uio requested to make immedi ate payment, aud thoso having olaims to present them duly authenticated for settlement. GEO. W. SMITH, Adm'r. Sunbury, Dec. S, I860. lit "The I'irat Rational ttnuk offcuu btiry, lVtin'u." IS hereby given that, the regular annual election of Directors of 'Tho First National Bank of Sun bury, Fa ," will bo h'-ld on TUESDAY th22d day of JANUARY, A. D., 18117, at tho Banking House in tho Borough of Sunbury, Pa., between tho hours of 10 o'clock A. M. nnd 3 o'clock P. M., of said day, In accordance with the provisions of tho Aot of Con gress. S. J. PACKER, Cornier. Sunbury, Pa , Dec. 18lb, 18(16. Business in this and adjoining counties carefully and promptly ntttended t.. ViUcc in Market Street, Third ('."or Trot of Smith ft Comber's Stove and Tinware Store, Rl'Bl'BYPrVliVA. TOWN LOTS IN tho Borough of Sunbury, desirably situated, in high aud central locations, FUCt on such easy terms ns will enable penons, with a limited amount of nvnilublo money, to purchase Homes, l'crsons having Sllncml or Tiinurr Lands, Farms, Dwelling?, or other Real Estate for sale or easo, as well ss these desiring to i)urctino or rent. aro invited to consult the subscriocr. Ills connec tion with rcliablo firms in Now York, Philadelphia, aod elsewhere, nllbrd unusul advantage. conveyancing oorrcctlv and nen'ly execulod. JSO. KAY CLLMEXf, Attorney at Law, Third door west of Smith ft Qenthcr's i'tovo btoro, Sunbury, pa. tuuiury, ilec. K, lRiin. tr. )uinlK, UlawT "Pulty7"Wl.ilo Lead, Varnishes, Ao. Everything that Paiutera use at unheurd of prices at tho Hardware Storo of J. 11. t,u. l,c 1 a iir. Sunbury, June IS, 1NV FANCY DKY GOODS STORE XvII3S KATE BLACK, Market street, four doors west of Win. 11. Miller's Boutiind bhoe storo, bUMltilY, Pa. RESPECTFULLY informs her friends in Sunbury and vicinity, that she has just opened her 'WINTER GOODS. of Notions and Fancy Dry (Joods, ner stock consits of All-Wool Delaine", Embroide ries, Lace Collars, Uleachoi! ana unbleached -Muslins, Sheetings, Drillings, tiarihaldi Muslins, Bird-Eye Mucus, Alupacos, I'uplius, Lrapo ana l.ace veils. Ladies' Winter HATS, Ladies' Woolen Cup.?, Break- lust nnw!s, eonuigi. Children's Woolen Circulars, Children's Woolen Skirts. Mme. Demorest's Hair Curlers, Hair Coilt nnd Curls, Glovos, Stockings. Collars, Comctf, Ac ucuts co:uviv, jNuckiiea, nun iiosc, jiunuKcr- chiefs and Suspenders. Bradley's new Patent Duplex Elliptic (or double rprin oiviino ) HOPKINS Elliptic Mtirts. Perfumcrv, Toilet Soaps, Hair Brushes, Combs, Tots, and a general vmioty of NOTION''. 1.' 1 TL' TT k nir Sunbury. Nov. SI. 186(1. 3000 ACRES OF TIMBER I AND rOR WALE. On tbe Line Mountain just J south of the Mahonoy Creek in Cumeron Town. (bin, Northumberland ccunty. Pa., and near the Shauiokin and Jialioouy Coal Fluids. Apply to P. VT. SHEAFER. Engineer of Mines, Pottsville, Pa. December 22d, iai!0. 3m Gruml Soldier nZouuiut-ul GIFT CONCERT, At UNION HALL, MUXCY. PA., on Friday Even ing.l'eb. 22d. Isii7. 10.100 Tickets at $1 each. 3U Presents, worth f-.fiOa.SO. SJ.t.iM to bo anrronria- Uxl toMr It a S'thUbl MONUMENT, to be erected in the Muuey Cemetery 111 memory of our Noble Soldiers bo fell nbilo defending: the Hui.uolic. o bean Jewelry or tnuinic Presents. The lowe.-t 95. All are rated at ineir incur true value, ana ennsikui of superior Pianos, Orpars and Melodoons, Green backs, Florence Sewiug Machines, first claw Spy (i lassos, Microscopes, Stereoscopes, Musio Boxes, Photograph Albums, are rare and costly Books, Ac, Ac See the descriptive Subeme, aud liicsatUfactory Testimonial appended. Plan of drawing same as that adopted by tbe Crosby Opera Uuuse Association. Scheme scut to aoy address ou application and receipt 01 two tent stamp. Address, J. M. M. GERNERD, Manager. Money, Lycoming Co., Pa. Tickets for sale by J. SUIPMAN, Ageut, Sunbury December ii, IBtSfl. LADIES' i? AH CY FUB1 AT JOHN FAREIRA S Old EsUblUbed FUR Alanutactjirv No. 718 Altl'U rttreet, above 7th. PHIL'A. Have now In Storo of m y o w n I m portation and 1 ITT 5 . .' . fj tulwtioL of ,, w - . n .-- tSH," FANCY FURS. V,.. ,... ..... A Vir - .,-JL&. STi tV-ifrv ! ren 'a Wear in the Citv tzS? Also, a hue assortment uf Oent't Fur Gloves and Collars. I am enabled to dispose of my goods at very rea sonable prices, and I would therefor solicit a eall from my friends of NorthumberluLi oounty and vicinity. Remember the Nam, Number and Street t No. riS ARCH St., abov 7th, south tide, PHILADELPHIA. October , lHaH. law, BREAJUTAaT aHAWUS, ! tb Fane. Worr - rmin 0L 01k l?7 ARRIVAL OF FALL & WINTER GOODS AT TUB BIAHHOTH GTOEE r .1. V. lit I Li t O sfc KOf, Market Square, 2 door east of the Kw Court House, SUNBURY, PA. HAVE rcoetved a large quantity of new FALL and WINTKK (j(M)DS, whioh they offer to th trad t th lowest possible prioes. DRV GOODS. . Their stock of Ladies' Dress Uoods is large, and contains a greater variety than oan be found in any country establishment. Call and examine. Black and Fancy Silks, Uros de Urain, Gro d Rhine, Taffetas, ta., of every width and price. Me rino of all shades and eolors, all-wool Plaids, Irish and French Poplins, Black Figured and Striped Alapaccas, Empress Cloths, Sil and Wool Plaids, Mohair Lustres, all-wool Delaines, Mousselaine De luines, Black and Whito Chock, fts. THE SHAWL DEPARTMENT Deserve particular attention. Shawls, Cloaks, Opera Flannels, Mantillas, Hoop Skirts, Ac. TUE NOTION DEPARTMENT Contains its more than usual supply of Laoci, Ho siery, Gloves, Ac. THE Comprises DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT a new assortment or uonttcmcu 1 ur- niskiug Goods, Cloths, Culicos, fto CAltPETds OIL CLOTHS, The large Carpot Department of the establishment Is now filled witV a fresh, and elegant lot of new stylet and pattornt. TnE paperTpartment Embraces WALL PAPER of all kinds and price. Window Shades, Paper, do do Oil largo, new assortment. Drugs, Oila, Paints), Coal Oil an I.niupn. Fish. Pork, Cnnrse and Fino Salt, Cufee, Tea, Su gar, Molussej Syrup, Spices, Ac, Groceries, Tobacco, Scgars and mi(T. togcthet with a largo vricty of miscellaneous goods at prices that cannot fail to satisfy purchasers. J. W, FRILING ft SON. Sunbury, October 13, lHfifl. HI. L. LAZARUS. g -FALL TRADE, I860 ! FALL TRADE, 1S06! ! p 8 TTOVLD respcctfullv call the attention of g 8 VV tho public to her LARGE and NEW f ASSORTHKKT Cf g e Fanpy and Domestic Dry Goods, "a g IJrosn Oootlm, p P Of ail kinds and styles in great Variety. 3 POPLINS AND MERINOS, g DlaeR, tlrocn. Julue, ine, Urown, I'urplc, & jj In All-Wool Plaids, Detains, Calicoes, so., M 8 kc, wo uuve an UMoruient. S The best Bluck Allpncng, all-wool Dolain;. Poplins. o "Whito Goods. 8 5 Cambric, Rwi:, NainEOok and Jaconet Mus- Q o lins, Dimity, Livd-Lyc Linen and Towling d Ucrlin and American Zophyrs, Shetland C ool, Cashmere i nrns, Ac - . . . . M -jj jen.u.Morni rtittrrs, 7 o Gum Cloth, Dress Trimmings, Hoeierv, S H Gloves, lloop-Skirts, CorselU. Ribbons, and g Woolen Goods. (J ( LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS t COATS. Red Gloves, of the best aualitv. nnd a creat S variety of goods top numerous to mention, all 5' z of which will bo sold at the vcrv lowest for" " cash. M. L. LAZARUS. Sunbury Oct. 17, 13C8. g IIEV7 1IT7SIC STORE. Call at our Now Music Store In BL.X N'SGROVE. aod buy one of Haines BnoTOER't Now Seal Piano Fortes. wm Every instrument Is Warranted for fivo vcars. W also keep constantly on hand a good stock of the celebrated PELOl IlET S MEL0DEONS, CABI. NET nnd CUIjKCll ORGANS, and ohallengc others to sen cueapor ttian we arcscinng. We also keep all kinds of Musical Merchandise, and receive all the latest musio as soou as published. A liberal discount to teachers of Schools and Semi naries f 'Second hand instruments taken In czchanro for now ones. Pianos oorrcctlv turned and renaired. Send for Circular. FALEM A BROTHER. Setinsgrovc, Snyder co., Pa., July 2S, 1S6S. ly A KtUV AttlltYAI, or FALL &LWINTER GOODS, AT THE STORE OF J. H. ENGEL, Market Street, SUNBURY, PA. TUST rocoived from Now York ami Philadelphia O a largo lot nf FALL AND WINTER UOODS, which ho will soil at small profits, for cash or coun try produce His lino of Goods for Gentlemen's and Boys' wear I j-ood Fine Black and Blue French Clo'th, Fine Denver Cloths tor Overcoats, the very best of Block and Fancy Cossimerrs, Good Satinett and Kentucky Jean, all ut low price. His line of Ladies' and Mioses' Dross Goods oan't be beat in this little borough. BUST OF ULACli NI,K, Plain and Figured Silk and Wool Poplin, all-wool Poplin, Pluin and Faucv French Merino, from one dollar per yard upwards, of nil Shairs nnd Colors, all-wool Plaids, Alpaca, all colors. Plain and t'nncy Mohair Lustres, ull-woul Dcl.itnes. Fancy and Figured Ku;li.-b Meriuns, very handsome, Delaines, Calicoes and Muslins, all prioes. Ladies' Clolb for Dresses, LudicV Cloth for Sacks, Sackiug Flauncl, all shades, Ladies' Shawls, plain tud tV.ucy. BEBT WOOL BLANKETS, V.'b'to Marseilles QuilLs, Bed f preads, Balmoral r-kirts. Yankee ITctfccB In Great Variety Hosiery, of all description, Gloves, forLadies and Genu. DrtwsTiiuimins, Fancy Unions. Ac, Ladies' French Corsets. l.au:.V Hoop Skirts, Genu' Shirts and Drawers. Ladies' Vests aud Drawers, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Faney Hoods, Wool .Suarfs Ladies' Fancy Scarfs, and a variety of other goods' C .A. RPETS, Wove Floor Cloths, Stair Carpets Floor Oil Cloths, all widths, Carriage Oil Cloth, Table Oil Cloth Widow Shades, Plain Green and Brown Oil Cloth aud Fixtures for Windows. QHOCEBIS a. Sugar. CofTee, Molasses, Rise, Crackers, Spioet, Bait Fish, Cheese, Ac V!ueensware,Ulaajiware, splendid bctttof Toawar'V at low prices'. BOOTS ft SHOES IN GREAT VAHI.ETT. Hats and Cups, Oil, Paiut, Glass, Putty. School Books, Paper, latea, Aa. HARD WAftE. Shovels, Forks, Nails, Loeg, Hinges and Earaws. A Largo assortment of ffALL PAPER and Bor der, at all prioes. All persons desiring to get rood goods will pleas give huu a eall. J. II. EXGEL- Eunbury, October 23, 1868, l'ree lo livrrjbotl y. A large S pp. Catalogue, toachlng bow to remove Tan, Freoklcs, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness, Eruptions and all impurities of tbe skin. How to force Wnukers, restore, curl and beautify the hair renew the age, cure Drunkenness, Nervous De bility, and other useful and valuable information. Everybody seed fnr it. Address BEKGER. SHU ITS A CO., C'homisU, 24 River Direct, Troy, N. Y. December li, 16. t 1 AAA Carriage Maker Wanted to buy Fellow, 1UUU Spokes, Hubs, Ailes, Springs, Bands, Bolt end everything pertainuig to the baauiaa at th kta Hardves- and Iraa 6tor of j. u. oorrt a co Great Distribution BT TltB American ff rltr rlotlon. DaroTi :t A NAoaAtt, SI, 60 A B8 Lia- BTV BTHBET, . . - HEW YORK CITY. Of Rosewood Piano an Molodtonf. Fto Oil Paint' tnms, Engravings, silver war, rnj snn envar W atehes, and olegant Jewelry, consisting of Dia tiiond Pin, Diamond Ring, Gold Bracelets, Coral , Florentine, Mosaic, Jot, Lava, aud Cameo Ladif' Bets. Gold Pens, with Gold and Silver Extension Holders, Sleeve Buttons, iets of Studs, Vest and hi eak Chains, Plain and Chased Gold Chains, Ac, Ao., valued at i !,ooo,ooo, for One collar, which the need not pay until it is known what I drawn and its value. THE AMERICAN JEWELERS' ASSOCIATION oallsyour attention to the fact of its being the lar gest and most popular Jewelry Association in tbe United States. The business is and always has been conducted in the most candid and honorable man ner." Our rapidly increasing trnde is a sure guaran tee of the appreciation of our patrons for this method of obtaining rich, elegant and Oostly goods. Th sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing to the lata German. War and recent disastrous ntianoial crisis in Enfant), has caused tbe failure of a large numbor of Jewelry Houses in London and Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a great sacrillce. In some instances less than one-third the cost of manufacturing. Wo bav lately purchased very largely of these Bankrupt Goads, at such extremely low prioes, that we can afford to send away Finer Goods and give better chances to draw the most valuable prizes than any other f iteblibment doing a similar Winess. OUR AIM IS XO PLEASE, and we respectfully solicit your patronage as we are confident of Riving the utmost satisfaction. During tho post year wo Lave forwarded a number of tho most valuablo prises to all parts of tho country. Those who patronir.o us will receive tho full valuo of their money, 03 no articlo on cur list is worth less than Ono Dollar, retail, and tbovo aro no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, and tho article drawn will be Im mediately sent to any address by returu mail or express. Tho iollowinff nartics bavo recently drawn valua ble prises from tho Amoriean Jwclors' Association, and have kindly allowed tho use of their names : Chnrle J. Jlunter, Esq., Treasury Department, Washington, D. O., Prino. vnluo jviiO ; Miss Anna, O. Yates. 2 6't. Murk s Hove, N. Y.. Cowing Ma chine, value fTo ; Brig. Gen. L. L. Hansen. V. iT. Vols.. Nashville, Tcnn., Silver Toa Pet, value f 150 ; Miss Emma Hunter, 63 front St., Harrisburir. Pa., Sowing Machine, valuo Jill)) Lieut. -Col. Waitor Chittenden, Quartermaster. Louisville Kentucky, Gold Watch, value Jl.'-t) : Wm. 8. Haines, 217 King St., Charleston, S. C, Silver Watch, valuo $U ; Alexander Johnson, Esq., Editor Miutatenr Pio neer, Musknteur, Minn., Ladies' Euuniulcd Wntch, Value tilol) ; Samuel Luc, Esq., President Colorado and Red Bunk Mining Company, San Francisco, Cal., Woloitcon, value JZUU J Aaron O. l.ong, I'.sq., Principal Eikhtirt Collegiate Institute Eikbart, N. .1., Diumond Pin, value 200: R. M. Lonestreet, Montgomery, Ala., Musio Box, valuo $75; Rev. Isaac Van Duser, Albany. N. Y., Gold Lined Di ning Set, value $300 j Miss Clara Lucniruer, Dayton, Ohio, Pianoforte, value $100, and Diamond Piu, value If 175. Many names could be placed on tho List, but w publish no names without permission. Our putrons are desired to send United Mates Currency when it is convenient. PARTIAL LIST OF ARTICLES TO BE Mold for One ElolSnr BOncIi, Without regard to valuo, and not to be paid for until you Know wuut you arc to rccoivo : 15 Elegant Ilnsewnoil Pin:mt, worth from find lo 8 ISO 1J F-leiianlMel-jde-ma. Knseivoad Cases, US to mo 61) First Cms Sewing Machines, in to 3u0 pi, ii. rin r'l.jiitiiii. is t. i.o 150 Fine Steel Eu,avings, fiamed, Soto ao .1(1 Music Roxcs, Sit" 40 ISO FlevolviMK Patent Castors, Silver, 20 to 40 51) Silver Fruit end Cake Baskets, S to 35 4MU Sets of Tea ami Table Spoons, 20 to 40 ISO tiolil Hunting we watenrs. warranteu, auto iu 100 piami'ml Uiiifct, clutter uud single stone, 73 to SKI 173 Hold tViitehca, 6 to ISO Still Ladies' Watches, 60 to l SOtJ Silver Watches, SO to 71 Diamond 1'ins. Kroocnes ana r.nr ircp, i.aiies Sets of Gold and (Jural, Jet and Gold, Florentine, Mosaic. Lava and Cameo ; Sets of Studs. Vest and Neck Chains, Plaip nnd Ghased Gold Rings, Gold Thimbles, Lockets, Now L;tyle Belt Buckles, Gold Pens and Pencils, Fancy Work Boxes, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver Extension Holders, and a larg assortment pf Fine Silvei Ware apd Jewelry of every description, of the best niako and la(ct stylus. IS) A chance to obtain any am of the abov Articles for OIVE DOLLAR, by yurchatmg a seated envelope for 25 cts. Pive Sealed Envelope will ho lent for SI ; Eleven for $2 ; Thirty for $5; Sixty-fiyp tor $10; One Hundred for (15. Agcrjts wanted pveryyyherg. I'noqiiallcd Inducements offered to Ladies and Gents who act at such. Our dosoriptira oirculart will be sect on application. Distributions are made in the following manner : Certificates naming each articlo and its value are placed in scaled envelopes, which ar well mixed. One of thes envelopes containing the Certificate or Order for eomo articlo, will be delivered at our ofiieo, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents. On receiving the Certificate the purchrsor r.ill see wbatnrliulo it draws and its valuo, and can then seud One Dollar, and rcceivo the article named, or can chouse any other article on our lUt of the tarn value 1 Purchasers of our SeaTiJ Enrrlanet may, in this manner, obtain an article worth from one to fiv hundred dollars. Long Letters aro unnecessary. Have the kind ness to write pluin directions, and in choking differ ent articles from tboie drawn, mention the stylo de sired. Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in every case be acompanicd with the cash, with the name of theporson tending, and Town, County and State plaiuly written. Letters should be addressed to th managers, a follows : MIERMAX, WATSOS & CO., 37 & S i nsMiu Kt., Sew York City October 20, 1S68. 3mp. AGE1TT3 WAWTED, HAIl'l' FullV I.!e.na..Aw 9wo rv. , lir.U via Oheslnut SSI Urn WANTED, Dee. I, J?53. ."!iU Br. Leon's CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS. THE PERFECTION OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. Dr. Leon" Electric Hair Reuewer. It is a positive cure for Ualducss It rtlart Grey Hair lo iia Original Color. It is a Tonic, not a J)ye. ad acts upon the secretion. i. iii'.meliatc!y arrests falling out ol toe liuir. It alleviates Neuralgia und Headache. It radically oures Dandrull'sndliumors. It keeps the scalp healLhy, clean and cool. It is an clegaut and exquuidely fragrant Hair Dressing, It restores. Cultivates ard Ccaulifies the Hair. It makes harsh Hair flexible and Lustrous. lr. Leon's CJfirlrlc Hair ltenfr cr ha enjoyed a hib local reputation for many year. Its wonderful restorative and invigorating properties are, we'.l known to the Medical Faculty uf Philadelphia. Being fully tatisSed of the merits of I .eon" Elmrlc lluir Itrarwcr w hava pro cured exclusive ownership and are determined that every household in our land sball have opportunity to reap, iu benefits. IU. sM:o: N l.M'A.T KEJIEDY A most delightful nd efficacious eure for the va rious ills to whiub lufauts and Young Childrii ar Bulged. INVALUABLE FOR TEETHING CHILDREN. It softens tb gums, abate luflamation. Invigorates the stomach aud bowels, correct acidity, aud is a Sure and speedy oure for V0II0, Cramp and Windy- Palna, A most excellent preparation for children of a restless and fretful habit and in all oases of l.uoait'aicam, rlpinR, Yoiuiilu pr Other inward giicf, it gives L10 Jiediate ease. Used for more than half a century in tb private fractice of one of ,h raost erujptut physician ia 'biladelphia. Iu now placing this article within th reach of all our eountr) men, we would remark that we know it to be a Remedy of unrivaled excellence and that it bas proved in thousand of sasos. as w ef a resolved it shall in millions, a priceless boon. Pur Sale by Druggist Everywhere. Address all orders ta mntiQiiKn v haiitii,' BOLE PROPRIETORS, 1ST NortU Tltlrd Mt., llUl'a. SILVER'S WASH POWDER. SAVES Time. Labor, Money; makea WASUINt A PASTIMJt AND MONDAY A sTJSIlVAL. Sold Ivarywkar. TRTIT! KcvutrMfM, m ty d.lr?kB Ith UftlllD. UlMT St -V K?11 Acvnts, r It KC, T.IK 0.JLV