, PERUVIAN GUAJ.0 SUBSTITUTE.
BUPEIU?llOSPIIATE OP LIME
After tnnro than twelv years of constant nso, Ibis
nimbly concentrated nianuro has attained a wide
spread reputation as a
.SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO,
Boing found activo in iff operation, and of grout ilu
rabiiity. It do? not e.xhnu.'t the uil, but on tbo
contrary, permanently improve it. The increasing
aloi annually, abundantly proy the h'tta popular
value of this manure, and establish the faot of it
being relied upon by a wide eirele of agriculturists
to supply all wants iu the direction uf manures for
BATTQIi e B03STS,
Sole Manufacturers A Proprietors,
Office, No. 20 Sonth Delaware Avenue,
BAUQH BROTHERS A CO,
General Wholesale Agent,
No. 181 Pearl St., corner ol Cedar.
WhvUtalt Agent for Martland & Virginia,
No. 105 Smith's 'Wharf,
Price 6SO per 80OO lbs. Cash.
Just Published, the 13lh edition of onr cow pam
phlet, '-How to Maintain the 1'erlility of American
Farms and Plantations, "furnished free upon appli
cation to us or our Agents.
BAUGH 4 SONS,
20 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
SMITH AGENTHER, Sunbury.
July 28, ls6d. ly
American Artists' Vnlon!
American. Artist ' aVniou!
Aiuvricun Artlats' C'liion!
Tl:e AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION established
1854 1 announco that in order to extend the sale of
the following well known and highly popular
STEEL PLATE ENGRAVINGS
The Last Supper 20x12 in.
Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers for Ame
Landing of tuo Pilprriin Fathers, - 27x'i0
Fakluff Mustering his Recruits, 25x.'lO
Sbakspcarc uud bis Friends, S7x il
Colter's ratardev Niht, 2''s2
Village Blacksmith, 27x2
Mauilcst Destiny. (Fortune Tolling) 21x28
'11)3 Massacre at "l youiiiig in 177o, 23xJt)
llouut Vernon in tho olden time, or, Wash
ington at 30 years ago, 20x34
The ap of A luster hiacDonald from tho
Miiiunicioof Ulcncoc, 20x34
The Medonna, 20x34
They have deemed expedient to offer them to 'their
frin.ds and 'he public jit one dollar and tifty cents
each, thepri-c, hcrctuforo having been two dollars
each, and f ir tho purpose of stimulating tho
getliug up of Clubs, they have determined to a Hard
premiums to tbe gutters up of the Clubs, and in addi
tion thereto to distribute amongst tho subscribers
the sum of $30,000 in money and paintings, as soon
a the sale shall have reached 1HU.UU0 engravings.
As it is our intention to advertise very extensively,
and as tho engravings are well known throughout
ti.o whole coui.'.iy, wckav no dsubt. that with the
low price wo charge fur them, and with tho exertion
Vfbi;h will be put firth by onr numerous friends, the
number will bo rcajiiil in a chert linio. An soon aa
it u ii-it'id, tho subscribers, through their Club
AgenU, will be notified by a circular letter from us,
' Duu-ing the time and method of distribution.
Single Engraving $1 50 each by mail free
15 we will send 13 Eng. & 2 to tbe Clu
6 " '
7 ii ii
a Silver Lover.
a limiting Lever.
Tbo Club packages will be very securely packed
and lorwai led by Express.
.i.y person may get up Clubs and forward the
amount timer, by Express, tight Draft, Post OBice
O.-dci or in a registered letter, und in all cases the
Engravings will be immediately sent, and tbr each
eugruvit!' u numbered certiCuatu and receipt will be
enolosed in tlie t'ackiico.
C. O. D. Okl'ERS. Persona withing to send for
Enravirgn cud pay ti.o Express Co. when they are
received, wm be rciiuircd to send with their order
ki to $5, according to lis amount, und this will be
creation on uieir b.n.
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
To bo dUtributud
OneofS!flf00iuuiuev, f 10.000
Ftvanf l,u00 ' i,u(,fl
Ten of ion t,t)U0
Fiityof lt'O ji0uo
Une bunared elegant un Paintings, richly
framed Landscapes, at tlOU each, 10,008
iwo uuuaieu eirgnm '-'ii rainttngs, ricniy
framed, lutuiter lews, at JU each, 10,000
He AMERICAN ARTISTS' UXIOS would add
that these premiumb are to bo coLiidercd only in tbe
lihl ol a free gdt to their putroua, as the Engrav.
lugs are furnish.M ttt in below their market valuo,
and as the oast of oncraviugs, lifter Die plates ara
procured, as very trilling, tiiey can sanity aflord to
tuake the disiributiou, lurge at it is.
We triut thntour numeruus friends throughout the
country and Canadas will use their utmost exertions,
ao that if possible, the dibtiibulion may be made
soon, and it can be done if they are active. Ladies
have often made excellent Club Agents for us and
wesohctt their kind enorta, which Mill not go unre,
warded. Lot one or more euergotio persons iu every
town and village in the country commence as soon
as they see this, and get up an large a Club as possi
ble. By so doiuic they will be the means of Intro
ducing elegaut engravings into fumiiiea, and thus
aid in the cultivating a tasto tor the beautiful and
refined. Address Orders
t-ac. American Artists' Union,
25 Pine street, JJew 1'oik
Nov. 17, 1808. 3m
D'EPINUEIL t EVANS,
Civil EMuixttai Ann Patxkt Solicitor!
No. 435 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Patents solicited consultations on engineering
I'rauiihtiug and Sketches, Models and Machinery ol
till kinds uiada and skilfully attended to. Kpocial
attention given to rejected vases and interferences.
Authentic copies of all Document from J'alent Of
lice procured. N. B. iiaveyourselvos useless trouble
and UeVullia expense. a ther Is no actual need
fur personal Interview with us. All buaineea with
Uiea uibca oan be transaet4 in wriuiic. . Fur fur
tb Uifurmation direct as aljv,tiii stamp eocloeed
yr ctreuux taa ratwen. , ,,
Ftfctnary I, UM-ly
. ' 75
. . "19 years rMnhlistien In N. Y. City,"
"Only infallible remedies known."
'Free from I'oisnne,"
"Not uanaernua lu the Unman Family.
"Rata come out of their boles to die."
'COSTAR'S'' RAtTkOACH, Ac, EXTERN
Is a paste nsetl for Rate, Mice, Roaches, '
Black and Red Ants, Sic , Ac.
"COSTAR'S" BED-BUQ EXTERMINATOR
Is a liquid or wash used In destroy, and
nlir as a preventive for Ben-Burs, Ae.
"COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INSECTS
la for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Brd-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, Ao.
rS I I 1 Rnr.ti lllftf nltTvnnbleinlmitntimis.
-yteethat "CosTAa's" name is on each Box, Bottle, and
Flask, before you buy.
XT Address, HENRY R. COSTA R,
4SI Broadway, N. Y.
prSold In SUNBURY, TA.,
CT By WM. A. BENNETT.
And all Druggists and Retaileis everywhere.
a O S T -A. I'S
B U . K T II O It N SALVE
For Cots, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Bnils, Coneers, Broken
Ureaets, ifore Nipples, HletUn.g, Ulinil and l-ull.lul l-nrs,
Scrofiilouj. Putrid and 111 conditioned Soles; t'lceis,
Uluiiilular Sivclhuet, Eriiptinns, Cutaneous Affections,
RinKWorm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Clulolains, Ac ; Cliop
ped lltmds, Lips, Ac; Bites of fpiden, Iiisocta, Aniuials,
IV Boxes, 95cts., AO ets., and St sizes.
bold by all PrilRgists every where
Ami liy HENRY R. COSTAlt, Depot 4S4 Broadway,
ew i ork.
And by Y. A BENNETT, Sunbury, Ta
For Corns, Bunions, Watts, Ao.
ty Boxes, 25 cts , 51) els , and tl sizes.
Bold by all Dniccists everywhere.
AiidliyHBNRYR. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway,
N And by W. A. BENNETT, Buubury, Pa.
BITTER-SWEET & ORANGE
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Usrd tn Soften and Beauty the Skin, remove Freckles,
imnles. I-iruptinns, arc.
Ijidiea are now using it in preierence loauoineri.
Sold bv nil Drncsisls evervwhere.
And bv HENRY It. COSTAK, Depot 481 Broadway,
And by W. A. BENNETT, Buubury, ra.
COUGH REMEDY !
For Couchs, C lds, Il iarseness, Sore Throat, Croup,
WlnioMiic Ctieffli. inuiiULza, Astluna, ciaisuinuunu, uroii
dual Alictlioin, and all Diseases of the TUrual aud Luiis.
Unities, 95 cts., 60 ets , and aU sizes.
H..UI Kv.ill DrueiiKts everywhere.
And by 11UNUV It. COS'l'AK, Depot 484 Broadway,
New i oi.
4 UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL,
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Coativeuess, Indignation,
Dyspepsia, Billiousness, Constipation, Diunliea, Coliea,
Clulla, Kevors, aud general deiangeiueui of the Digestive
Boxes, Si cts., flu eta., and tl sixes.
Bold bv all Drucaists evurvwheie
And by IltMlVH. COSTA U, Depot 4tH Broadway,
new i uiB
Aud ly XV. A. BENNETT, Sunbuiy, P.
Decsmbst (, IBS,-
CALL AT FURMAN'S OLD STAND.
' ' WH0LESAL3 A RETAIL
AND ' ' '. " ; .
. FOR CHEAP GOODS!
Their Stock is complete, consisting tn part of
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, COAL OIL,
Tobaooo, Cigars, Flour, Feed, Fish, Bait,
. Jiams, Shoulders, Cheese, Fruit,
Glass, Lamps, Ac, Ao.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
Call and examine our Stock, and satisfy your
Sunbnry, May 12, looB.
AY till I'nwr end Border in groat variety
new styles just received at tno aiaiumom store ni
" r i.niiiui, L CfW
Sunbury, Oct. 14.180.
S3. OOO IIh. assorted Charcoal Iron at H ets. lb,
t J. 11. CONLEV CO.
Snnbury, June 16, 1800.
-ITTE n,.1,l Invltn the attention of Carpenters to
YY our larsre and well selected assortment of
TVii.Im. comnrisinBlChlsols of all kinds, Augurs,
Plnnn. Knws. iron ana Dtcci cqunro, ami iu ivv
every thin? wanted to eompleto a full outfit, at the
Unrdware store ot j. ii. whlii a vu,
iAArt Customers wanted to nuv iiaraware, no.,
J.U UU at th Cheap Hardware und Iron Store of
Sunbnry, June 16, 1S8S.
Tn r.roenre a family croup Photogrnpb, Co to
Tt'i.n ..l. it t;': 'm Tl. .11.11., im mi nira
iil.ltljl O IXOOIU 111 l?iui'au a uu""'"B f -
p iioxoo RAranc.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufactnrera of Plint(igri,"l,ie Matcrinls, Wholesale and
rtetail, ovi uhuauw ai , new iui.
In addition to our main liusinrss of rhotcgrnrhic Mate
rials we aielleadquuilers for tlie loiiowmg, viz.
STEREOSCOPES A STERESCOHC VIEWS
Of Ameriian and Foreign Citius and Landscapes, Croups,
Statuary, etc. .,., ... ,
feTKUl-.USCUl ltJ Vinnoor Jiie.
From necatives mnde in the vnrinns rnnipaians ana
forming a complete I'lwtugiupliic lintory ol lite gieui con,
" STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
a r... .itKnr it, Muffin Ijintern nr the Stereoscopic,
Oor Cataligue will be aeui to auy address ou receipt of
w mannfnpiitrv more lurtrtlv thnii any otner nouee.
tu...t Oty. .....lilMa friun 1 i-ut lO Sr5b CUCh. Olll Al
bums havinR ue reputation of being superior iu beauty
and durability to any ouiers.
Cxan Puotoobapus or Gksxbai.s, Statesmsx, actobs,
Our Cntclogue embraces over Five Thousand different
subjects, including reprouucii"ii oi n.- tc.cu.cu
Enirraviiiirs, Paintings, Statues, etc. Catalogues scut on
ii...,A.nfa.r.'aiiJ mhfra nrderina coode C. O. D-, Will
plente reinil25 per cent of the amount with their otilcr.
IVThc prices and quality of our goods cannot fail to
juiy xt, ijoo. rm
BOWIIAN & LEONARD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
OA Ars-li Slrwt. PlsilaUHpUla
Tlifinn in wnnf of Silver or Silver Plated Warn will
find it much to their advantngo by visiting our Store
u..r..Pn i.iu.. in,.! miri-hfiHMi. Our lone experi
ence in tho manutacturo of the above kind of goods
enables us to defy competition.
Vt C KOCpnOgOOUS OUl Uioeo nun-u
.. " , . 1 ...til LhoaI,! at mtXttn
C nss. nil ol our own mauu, auu ui
od prices. .
July 7tb, ibob. iyc j
X ATHOSE'S Hair Restorative, tho best in uso, for
I 1 sale by ,
liiUlllxMlV, BO10jTieiii iui kiuu.j.
AND and Stand Glasses at Liobtker'i.
Casli ! CaU ! ! VnsU ! ! !
20,000 wanted in exchange for nil kinds ol
liardwnro. Irons, Nails, Ac, at the new Hardware
Store of J. 11. CON' LEI & CO.
Sunbury. Jane 10, 1S60.
OPPOSITE THE NEW COI'RT HOUSE,
."pHIS popular and comfortable Hotel has been
lilted Up in Superior uruer lor um ueewuimwu.
tinn nt Strnncrf. Traveller!', and the publie rener
ally. No cftort will bo tparcd by the Proprietor to
make it a favorite resort and a plcnant noma for
every guest. His tnblo. bis bar, and ine long ex
periinoe of the projirtcUir. warrant hiin in anticipa.
ting a libortlsLiiroof public patronage.
Extensivo stables, ana every uuuruuis couve1
Sunbury, April 7, lb03. ly
J. F. SCHAFFER,
Tl ESPECTFULLY informs tho eitixens of SUN
Xi BURY and vicinity, that he has opened a
the room over Farnsworth's Grocery, opposite the
Cental Hotel, Sunbury, where be is ready to make
ap garments of all kinds In tho latest style and best
Having bad experience In the business for a num
ber of years he hopes to remlor general satbfaetion
vusiom wora is rcsncciiuuy no'ieneu
T t? Ofll
J. F. SCUAFFER.
Buubury, May 13, 1SG5. ly
nianliood s IIom- Low!, liow Itcbtoresl
Just published, a new odttion of
Dr. Culverwbi.l's Csleiirated Ess At
on tho radical cure (without medicine) of Spermntor
rhoea, or seminal xveakaess, involuntary oomtnoi
Loues, Impotency. Mental and Physical Incapacity,
ImpcdiiueuU to Murriago, etc.; alra Coniiumptiuu,
Epiicp'y, aud Fits induced by Self-indulgence or
t '-Pnee. in n scaled envclone. onlv 0 cents.
luo celobrated uuthor in this admirable essay
clearly deiuorutrutcs, from a tliir :y year s succcnlul
pructite, thnt the alarmi ng conseij ucnecs of self- abuse
inav be mdioally cured without the dangerous use
of internal medicine or tbe application of the knife
.pointing out a mode of care at onoo simple, eertaiu
and enoctuai, ov means ol wntcn every suuerer, n
matter what bis condition may be, may our himself
comply, private, and radically.
This lecture should be in the hands of every youth
and every man in tbe land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps,
oy auareating ine pumiancri.
Auaress ine ruoitsners.
CHAS. J. 0. KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, New York. Post Office box 4.6S6
Dee. 22, I bob. 3in
J. K. CALDWELL & CO.,
JEWELERS & SILYERSMITI1S,
S22 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA,
Are opening a very full list of the productions of
Foreign Industry and Art, of their own selection in
European Capitals, including a great variety of ar
ticles uf Use aud Ornament, in
Front, Bronte antf Gilt, Gilt and Crystal, Cut Glass
Decorated Leather and Porcelain.
BRIDAL, OPERA AND PARTY FAN'S,
Of every variety and prio.
French Mantel Clocks,
Vases, Figures and Candelabrai.
In great variety, and all warranted.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRT.
A large and very choice selection.
An loereased Iin of Rich Articles for Bridal Gifts
and Table use.
from the Best English and American Manufacture!.
comprising altogether a collection attract ive in beau-
iy, euuipiei ui ueiau, ana motierai la mce,
November 17, IWd. 2in
jOARPENTERS, Baddlcra, BU-ksrulth. Carriag
V nan, rjuueuiaaera, aaercnsBlfi, AlUr, I ST
mars and th oitiaeu generally. .. ..
1 Look to your inter eat and buy st th Hard-
, war cure oi . hi. (I. 'jvai.ll t'O.
, f unbury, JvBt la, 6tA. . , .11
LOOK nOSPITA L.
ESTABLISHED AA. A PEFUOE FROM QUAdK-
THE ONLY PLACE WITERB A CWtB
CAN BE OBTAINED., ! ,
DR. J0I1NST0N has discovered the most pertain,
Speedy and only Effectual Remedy In th
World for all Private Diseased, XVeakneas of th Back
5r Limbs, fctrioturee,iAflootlons of th Kidneys and
Bladder. Involuntary Discharge, impouacy, uen-
ml Debility, nervousness, uyppepsy, languor, aw
ttilrits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart,
r: ijti. rr UI ln . nim-aHnr Rtirht nr (jiditineM.
I L 111 J II 1 1 T . ,loaiulllln,viiii.wv ' ' T
Tli..... nfth Head. Throat. None or skin, ABoctiom
.r it,- T.tvnv I nn stnmuli nr Bowels tooao Terri-
bl Disorder arising from tn Miliary uaoita oi
Youth thou aeoret and solitary pntouee more ituas
to their victims than th song of Syrens to th Ma
tiners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hope
or anticipations, rendering marriage, Ao., impossi
ble. . . , -
Especially, who hav beoom th victim of Solitary
vi. ,k.i drnsiirul and destructiv habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of
XTntinir Man nf the moat exalted talent and brilliant
Intellect, who might otherwise have entranocd listen
ing Senate witn ine tnunucrs oi eioqueuec i
to ecstaty th living lyre, may call with full eon-
Married Persons, or Youug Men contemplating
inarrinire. heins awor ot nnvsicnl wenKness, organic
debility, deformities, Ao., speedily cured. ,
ne wno maces ntmscii unaor me cnr wiwr.w.
may religiously confide in his honor a gentleman,
and confidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately Cured, and Full Vigor Restored. .
This Distressing Affection which renders Life
miserable and marring impossible is th penalty
paid by th victims of improper indulgence. Young
persons are too apt u commit eiunin iruin iiufc
being aware ot tn ureaaiui consequences nisi may
ensue, fiow, wnotnai understands ine suojeoi win
pretend to deny tbat the power of procreation is lost
sooner by those falling into Impropor habit than by
the prudent ? Besides being deprived th pleasures
of healthy offspring, tho most serious and destructive
symptoms to Both body and mind ariso. Th system
becomes Deranged, the Physical and Mental Func
tions XX'caltened, iioss oi l-rocrcattve rower, .nervous
Irritability, Dyspcpssa, Palpitation of th Iloart,
Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of
tho Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death,
Office, IN'. V Hontli I'redcrlclt Street
Left hand sido goiug from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the oorner. Fail not to observe name
Loiters must be paid and contain a stamp, xne
Doctor's Diploma bong in his office. .
x cVrk IVARUATCD I TWO
Ac ATcrevry or Nattsroni Dnigt.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
'Jraduato from one of the most eminent Colleges in
the United 6tates, and the greater port of whose life
hasbeen spent in tho nocpital of London, Paris,
Philadelphia and olsewnere, naa eneciwi suma ui
the most astonishing cure that were ever known ;
many troubled with ringing in the head and ears
when asleep, great ncrvousnefei, being alarmed at
iuduon sounds, basiuuincss, witn ireouciu uiusiiiuk,
attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were
rAIili 1URT1CLXAU INOXIti:.
1)r J. adilreiwea all those who bay injured them,
selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for
either business, stndy, society or marriage.
These are some ot tne sau ana meiaiicnoiy cueei
produced by enrlv habits of youth, vix: Weakness of
Mm Hiu-W and Limbs. Pains in tho Head, Dilutions of
Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation ofth
Heart, Dyspepsy, Nervous Irritability, Derangement
of the Digostive Functions, General Debility, fcyuip-
Irtm, nrrnnlilinTltlon. &C
Mejitallv. The fearful effect on the mind are
much to be dreaded Loss of Memory, Confusion of
Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil-Forebodings, Aver
sion to Socioty, Sclf-Diftrust, Lov of Solitude,
Timidity, Ao. are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of nil age can now Judg
what is the cause Of their declining health, losing
tnoir vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and
e undated, having a singular appearance about th
eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption.
.X'Vin v.t. a Ininrnd themselves bv a certain practice
Indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or ut school, tuo cucem ot
which are nigutiy ton, even wnen niee,. mm u uu
ftnrofl rf.nrii.rs marrinrre imnossible, and destroys
both mind and body, should apply immodiatcly.
What a pity thtita young mun, tuc nope oi uis
country, the darling ot his parents, snouut no unaicneii
ftom nil prospects end enjoyments of life by the
consequence of dovialtng from the path of nature
and indulging in a eeru&iu suctvb unu... .w. 1u
uusi. before contempliiting
reflect thnt a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial happiness.
indeed witnout tnese, tuo jourim
somes a weary pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly
darkens to tbe view; the mind bcoomcs snauowcu
with ilofpnlr and filled with tho melancholy rcflec-
tion tnat tbe nappincus ot auuiuei gtuwo 'bull
with our own.
KIMRASn OI-' IMPIlIlsl'CK.
Whan 1 1, misiruided and iiunrudoot votary of
pleasure finds thul he has imbibed the seeds of this
painful disease, it too often happens that an ill-timed
sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from education and
respectability, can alone befriend him, delaying till
tho constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their appearance, such as uleoratcd aore
throat, diseased noeo, nocturnal pains in th head
n.i limk. riimiiMt nf sicht. deafness, nodes on tlie
shin bono and arms, blotches on th head, faoe and
extremities, progressing with frlgnttui rapmiiy, uu
t lart the palate of the mouth or th bone of the
nnso fall in, and tho victim of this awful disease
becomes a horrid oljeotof commiseration, till death
. . 1-1 if I a : . . k-Mnilini
puts a penoa 10 ins anunui uubmh, wj ..b
him to "that Undiscovered Country from whence no
It is mmraur,o!v fart that thousands fall victims
to this terrible disease, t wing to th unskillfulnoss of
ignorant pretenders, who, by th us of that Deadly
Poison. Merrnry, ruin the constitution and make
tlie residue of life miserable.
Trust not yonr lives, or health, to th ear ofth
atony Unlearned and Worthies Pretenders, destitute
ot knowledge, name or charaotcr, who copy Dr.
Lihnston' advertisements, or styl themselves, in
ihn nitwinaners. recrularlv Educated Physicians,
incapable of Curing, they keep you trifling month.
after month taking tneir nuny ana pouonui uou
pounds, or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained,
and in despair, leave you with ruined health to sigh
ever your galling disappointment.
Dr Johnston is the ouly Physician advertising.
His credential or diploma always hang in hi offioe.
His remidiusor treatcinent are unknown to all
ol hers, prepared from a life spent in the great hos
pitals of Europo, the first in the country and a mora
extensive Privati Practic than any other Physician
In the world,
iousEnr.T or thepress
The mauv thousands cured at this institution year
after year," aud the numerous important Surgical
Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by
the reporters of the '-Sun," "Clipper," and many
uibernnncra. notices of which have appeared again
and again before the public, besides bis standing as
a ecntlenian of oharactcr and responsibility, is a
ulLciont guarantee to the afflicted.
uA ms,i: tsi: cirUEUlLY
Persons writing should be particular In directing
their letters to hi Institution, in in louowmg swum
joii.'v si. joiistox, m. i.
Ot the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, Md.
June 30 ltJWJ ly.
il'RE Lublu Extract and Lubia Soap, it
LIGHTNER 'S, Market Squaro.
FAXIi ASB W1NT EH
Just opening at theWillinery Stor of
Miss M. I. GUSSLEE,
Fawa Street, below the Railroad, SUNBURY, PA.f
TO 1. flft T9 ill 3 TR A ID ?v
Dress-Trimmings, nead-Dresses, Glove, Dosiory
Ribbon, Flower, Collar, Handker
chiefs, Ao., Ac,
which bay been carefully selected.
Miss M. L. Gustier ha just opened a large assort
ment of Millinery Goods. Ladies should not fail to
go and lee th latest style as it will pay to not delay
vinitin her (tor
Call and xainin fur yourselves
No troaUl to
(bow good i
buubury, Oot. IS, 186S.
Froeur on of BYERLY'S Fin Photograph Pio-
tares at hi Koomj in Simpson'! ituuatng.
ING Feather Brushe. at
T ADIES call and ie th Banging BatkcU,
JLJ Bracket and Fin Work Boxes, at
JF oa -van I good Tin-War,
I.VTww.WsUl rav U1 Uordar.fcst
jkt riv 7
PORT GRAPE WINE.
Pare and Four Yeara , Old. 1
FOR THS C0MMUSI0 TABLE A FAMItT Tja
...... i. r n i I iii ,r,-n
1, i Prorib4 by Physloians for ' t v
Fomalos, wcpkly persons and INVALIDS ! '"
EXCELLENT "WINE FOR FEMALES
Every family at this season, should us
celebrated in Europe for it medicinal and beneficial
qualities, nigbly esteemed oy eminent pnisieinns,
incri in Enronean and Amcricnn Hospitals, and by
som of the first families in fcurope ana America.
. . AS ATONIC .
il'has no eaual, causing an appetite and building np
th syntom, being entirely a pur wine of a most
, AS A DIURETIC
it Imparts a healthy action of tho Glands, Kidneys,
nnd Urinnry Organs, very beneficial in Dropsy,
Gout, and Rheumatic Anuctions.
is a cur article from thn Juico of the Port Grape,
possessing medicinal propcrtio superior to any other
wine in use, and an cxcllent nrticlo for all weak and
debilitated nersons. and the need and infirm, im
proving the appetite, and benefitting ladies undl
Try it once, and yon will not be dferiwd.
jeBe sure tho signature of Alfred SrEXR is
over the cork ofench bottle.
Sold by XV. A. Bennett. Sunbury, nnd all first clns
dcnlcrs, who also sell the OAWTII.LA
OUT IIII A.MlV.a choice old nrticlo, im
ported only by Mr. Spccr, direct from th valley of
L-Trado supplied by Wholesale DrnggMs.
tjBy A. fcl'ElCR. at his vineyard in New Jerspy.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 208 BROADWAY, N. V.
Sunbury, Jan. 16, 1800. ly.
BREAD & FANCY CAKES.
Two doors west of tho Post Office, SUNBURY, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY informs tho citisens of Snn
bury and vicinity, that he will bake to order
all kinds of
C kc for Ualls, Inrts(, Ac.
Families are supplied with FRESH BREAD, Twist
Rolls, Rusks, Tea Buns, to., and also kept on hand
manafactured out oi tne best materials.
All orders will meet with prompt attention.
HiiA-incr hail lurifo extierienco I hopo to give
general satisfaction to all who nioy favor me with
Uieir patronage. iiaimrni.
sunbury, Deo. V, loos.
iu. r.AiiAit r'
Confectionery, Toy and
Market Strct, Wunlmry, Pa.
CONFECTIONERY OF AIL KINDS,
TOYS OF EVETtY DESCRIPTION
FRUIT, &c, &c,
CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale at the abov
establishment at wholesale and retail, at reason
He is manufacturing all kinds of Confcetionarics
to keep up a full a&aorlinont which are sold at low
Tobacco, Scgars, Stn'ionery, Nuts of all kinds, and
a variety of other a. tlobs, allot whijh art oflered
wholesale and retail.
I3r-Reuieiuber the name ana place. jr
M. C. GEARHART,
Market street, 3 doors west of E. Y. Bright A Son's
Sunbury, Sopt. 19, 1SG3. tf
NEW ESTABLISHMENT !
A. E. SAVAGE,
In Simpson' Building, Market Square,
I AS constantly on band a fine assortment
I WATCHES. CLOCKS and JEWELRY, Speo-
Uclos, Silver and Plated Spoons and Forks, Ao.
Watcbe, Clock) ami Jewelry, re-
paired nnd UAllUtTKU.
Sunbury, Sept. 30, 1865
IARMERS oall and look at th stock of Grass an
; Uruin Scythes, Manure, Hay and Straw Fork
(.rain Cradles. Cradle Fingers. Trace. Log.l ifih,.
Tongue and Halter Chains ; Scythe Stones, Grindt
stones and fixtures, and everything to make barvese
ing pleasant and agreeable at the new. Hardwar
store of J. II. CON LEY A CO-
lurc Liberty White I-ad.
Preferred by all practical Painters ! Try it ! and
you will have no other. Manufactured only
oy z,ir.ii..iv a o.nixn,
Wholesale Drug, Paint A Ulass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street, Philadelphia.
January 27, 1666 ly.
REMEMBER THE DEAD.
MESSRS. D. C. Dissinger and John A. Taylor,
would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Sunbury, end surrounding country, thut having
formed a co-partnership, they ar now prepared to
furnish ornamented and plain
rUruvoMtouek, Xoiuba X Monumental
of th best Italian and American marble, at prioet
that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction, and re
spewtiully colicit the public patronage.
Sunbury, March 31, lbt6. ly. .
CIIA.4iSU Or DEPOT,
rTUIE undersigned respectfully informs but friends
X and tbe publie that he ha changed his place of
loading freight in fbilauelpliia from freed, naru
A Freed, No. 811 Market Street, to
(Commission Merchant, dealer in Flour. Grain, Seed,
.lo. I013 -llarket t., I'tsiiuui-ipisia,
where all freight will be loaded on oar of th un
dersigned, tor Dauphin, Sunbury, Shamokin, and all
All freiglil will b carried as low a on any other
iin. Order to carry freight respectfully solicited,
which will rcceiv prompt attention.
Sunbury, Jan. 13, 1866. 3m.
(Late Buohler House.)
rtTIIIS wall-known hotel ha not ouly been extead
X. ed but has been greatly altered and newly lit up
by the present proprietor, and is now one of th
moat oomfortabl aud convenient hotels in Harri
burg. ifaroh 10, 186S.-ly
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Monthly Tim Books, Drawing Books and Slate.
Bocks, Hrmn Books, Blink Books, Memorandum
Books, iHariea, rocket Hooks, Ink etlands, fens,
Penrils, fine ajeortment of Paper, Ink. A.
Formiby , . ANNA PAINTER.
QHOB Findings, Sol Leather ana all good be-
kj longing w uiot makers business lor sale py
. J. 11. CON LEY 4 CO.
A LL goods bought for Cash and told at lowest
XX price lor easa at th
Hardware Stor of
i. U. CONLIY CO.
Sunbury, Junt IS, ISM.
tALL and m the kaauUful Bird Ca(s at th
t aw iiarawcnsr w
J H. CCNLIY A CO. i
Klni-ket SquAre'fltrltltCltY.' Ia.
HAVITJO ' receatly fparoaAM the Drug Store
formerly oonrtuoted bv B. A. Fisher," I beg
leave to inform th oititens of Snnkury and vi
cinity, that l nay entirety replenished niy stooK
t . r, I -i.J i..;l a . a .1 - vvr
FANCY ARTICLES !
uch a Combs, Brvtxhes, Pocket-Books, Poaps, Per
fumery, Hair-Oil, Untae, &'uisaors, Coal-Oil Lamp,
Tobacco and Cigars, ... t
lnlnts, Oils, Glue, Olnaa, Pnttj,
Vornlsbc, Patent .Mllclnci, Ac-
All mv Tinctures. SvruDJ. Ointment. Cerates, and
other preparation aid manufactured by myself, and
rrora tn but material I aan procure in marmot.
Having had a,uit a number of years' expeiieno tn
Drug and Prccription Bimneu,
both in Philadelphia and the country, and also the
advantage or the college oi rnarmacy, i icei com
petent to COMPOUND ALL PRESCRIPTIONS
that the Physician and nublio may favor m with
All my preparations as 1 hav above asserted, are
made from the best material, and upon honor I
assert, they ar of officinal strength.
- For medicinal purpose, I keep on band th very
nest . -
WISES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS,
that I can nrocure. .
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and eonvinoe
your own mind.
W. A. BENNETT
Sunbury, Nov 18, 1865.
NEW 610 C E R Y
milE subscriber ben leave to announce to th
X citisens of Sunbury and it vicinity, that they
hav opened a
Two door west of J. II. Engle't Stoic, in
whoro they are prepared to furnish every varioty of
groceries, ami will Keep constantly on nanu mo
choicest varieties oi
FLOUR & FEED
Fish, Coffee, Tens, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese, Salt,
Snicos of nil discrintinn. Soaps of every vnrioty,
Candles, Smoking nnd Chewing tobacco, iS'egiir?,
linms. iShoulders, Bacon, Butler, and Eggs. Also
Dried fruits of all kinds, Caned Peaches and Toma
toes. Pickets, Kctchnp, Pepper .Sauce, Raisins,
Lemons. Ao., of bet quality, and in fnat every styl
of articles kept in a well stocked Urocery. Also
Cider Vinegar. All kinds of country produce taken
In exchange. 1 no patronage ot tuo puotio is re
GEORGE E. BEARD A CO
Sunbury, Nov. 11, 1805.
BOOT Sc STrlOE
One door East of Friling's Storo, Market Square
SUNBURY, P E N N ' A .
RESPECTFULLY informs tbeoititeusof Sunbury
and vicinity, that be is prepared to manufac
ture to order all kinds of BOOTS A SHOES, nt tho
shortest notice and in the best workmanlike manner,
of tho best uiaturinl uud at the lowest Cash prices,
He hopes to receive a full share of putronuge.
Sunbury, June 'J, 1S6U.
OICU. ItOIIRESAC'Il A WW,
ARE now carrying on buines at this old cstab
lishment with renewed vigor.
Castings of every description, promptly furnished
Tho Stoves manufactured nt this Foundry havo
acquired ine ntgncst reputation.
Particular attontion nnid to MILL CASTINGS
Farmers should not lurget that tho PLOWd mad
at tho Sunbury Foundry have never been equalled
Agricultural implements repaired at short notice.
Small castings, including Cooking utensils, of the
uio-t improved and most useful patterns.
The business will bo conducted on nn enlarged
scale. Old customers will be accommodated u usual,
and new ones arc respectfully solicited.
Sunbury, May 12, ls06
ATI NOR'SPatent Pooket an terns for sal at th
XtX Book and otationury store of
N. F. LIOUTNFR
ALL kinds of Hardware, Iron, Ac, not lu stor
will be scut fur and deliverod at the lowest
prices by J. H. CON LEY A CO.
Sunbury, June 16, 1866.
A NVILS, Vices, Bellows Stocks, and Dies, and
XI all goods belonging to the Blacksmitblng busi
ness for sulu low for Cosh by
J. n. CON LEY A CO.
NEW LiaUOR STORE!
Ruilrond Street, above Market,
MAR THE CENTRAL HOTEL,
RESPECTFULLY invites bis friends and the
public Eonernlly, to call and examine his lari'e
assortments ol litj a. "before purchasing elsewhero.
II it hlock eon Imm ol llrandien,
liiokey. Ilollnisd JIn, Van.
li.ee Itniii, .vionusiKUlielii nsid
itourlniii ot'llie Iteait qiiuli
ty. 'inet, 4'lder, Ylue ,
gftir, Ac, A.'.
Farmers. Hotel Keepers, and others ar invited to
call, as his slock is gouuino, and will rend or general
Sunbury, February 3, 1S66.
RESTAURANT & BOARDING HOUSE.
CHAN. I TXi:i., Hi-oprietor.
In Cuke's Additimto SUNBURY, near the Penn'a.
Railroad Company's Shops.
LAGER BEER, Porter and Ale of the very beat
brands, excellent German Wine. Schweitzer
Cheese, Tripe, Ac, alwayson band. -
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS.
kept who will find ample accommodations. Good
cooks and waiters, boarders can enjoy the quiet com
ibrt of horn with faro enual to the best hotels.
U....I M.. O.t .lUl'J
CHILDREN'S Carriages of the newest and most
fashionable styles aijthe Cheap Hardware stor
J. it. IA.LX.X JC UU.
PATENT HAIR CRIMPERS
Crimping1 and Waving Ladies Hair.
NO HEAT REQUIRED IN USING THEM. Ask
your storekeeper for them if he docs not keep
them, write to the manufacturer, II. lVI.Vi,
bin h St. and Columbia A., Philadelphia.
September 2'J, ltiod. tint.
ADPIM i:.IMti:SS (4HIPASY.
REDUCTION OF RATES ON PRODUCE, OYS
TnErateton Freeh Fish, Oysters In the Shell, and
Truck of all kiuda, to plaoee in thia Division,
where tbe rate is laoesit per too lbsor over, ha been
rcdueed 2jeents per 100 lbs. At place where th
rale is between 50 and 75 cents per lot) lbs, (he rate
will b 60 cent per 100 lbs. Barrels of truck
weighing lea than 100 lbs will b charged a 100 lb
Freeh Fish will require to be packed in tight bar
rel or boxes.
Prompt attention to tbe collection of Bill, Drafts,
N. FERREE UGUTNEU, Agent.
Sunbury, June 16, 1806.
Pure Liberty White I .end.
Th Whitest, th most durable and th mast ece
Domical. Try it ! Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER A SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint A Ulass Dealer,
No. 137 Nojth THIRD Street, Philadelphia.
January 7, 18o6 ly.
TOILET SOAPS, Tooth-Biushcs, Hair Brushes
Ao., Ao. For sale by ANNA PAINTER.
TURPENTINE, Coal Oil, Fish Oil, Linud Oil,
for sal low for Cash by
J. II. ONLEY A CO.
IP you want a good Likeness for your friends, go
p. ctr.ni.i ii uauery in oimpson cunuing.
lttr Uberty Whit Iiiad,
Will do nor and batter work at a given Cost, than
ajn other I )y it! AUnufaoi-ured only by
IlbGLER A SMITH,
' Wholesale Drog, Paint A Glass Dealer,
No. 17 North THIRD titrMt, Philadelphia,
January XI, ltio ly.
lrSMrlsstlOB arsfully oi pounded of th
X bl DRUGS at at aninaiotn otora ot
JNO Fill LINO A COM,
Saabvy, May 10,
ISM. " . j
IS. A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THO
' Protoxide ol Iron,
. a new disoovery in medicine whloh
BTBIKE8 AT THE HOOT Off DISEASE!.
by supplying th Blood with it vital rni.tctPLi,
vs uirm .ax-'anvil.
This is Uaa secret of th wonderful suocess of thl
' remedy iu ouiing
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Cbronlo Diar
rhoea. Boll, Nervous Affections, Chills and Fe
vers, iiumorat ifosvor constitutional Vigor,
Disease of the Kidneys and Bladder,
1 ' and all disease originating In a ''
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by BiitMTT or a low (tit or
' tna (ttm.
Being free from Alcohol in any form, it energl-
ling eSeets ar not followed by corresponding reac
tion, .but ar permanent, infusing (treroth, vioor-.
nd rucw lifk into all parts of tho system, and build- -ing
np an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY.
From th Vtntrail Arelultaeon SCOTT, D. D
Dunham, Canada East, March 21, 1365.
"I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of morv
"I hav been so wonderfully benefitted
in the three short weeks during which 1 bare used
th Peruvian Syrup, thnt 1 can scarcely persuauSM
myself of th reality. People wbo have known m i
are astonienea at tne cnange. a am wiuciy immn, ,
and can but recommend to other that which' haai
done ao much for m "
Ono of tlie most Distinguished Jurists irx
New England Writes to a Friend as
'I havo tried the PERUVIAN SYRUP, and tho
result fully sustains yonr prediction. It has mndo
a new man of me ; infused into my system new vigor
and energy ; 1 am no longer tremulous and debilita
ted, as when you last saw mo, but stronger, heartier,
and with linger capacity for labor, mental nnd
physical, than at any tiuio during tho last five
An Eminent Divine ofBonton, says:
I have been using th PERUVIAN SYRUP for
soma time pust; it gives mo mkw viuob, ulutaxct
or snniTS, elastictt of iiiscle."
Thousands havo been changed by the use of thl
remedy; from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to
strong, healthy, and happy men and women ; and
invalids cannot reasonably bcsltata to givo it a trial.
A pamphlet of 32 pages, containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physician, clergymen, and oihcrs, will bo
sent free to any address.
lirSce tbat each bottl has PERUVIAN
Si' it L P blown in the glass.
For sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor,
35 Dey Street, New Yerk.
AND BT ALL DnCOOlSTS.
S C R 0 F UL A .
All Medical Men agr.te that IODINE is tbo Be
Remedy for Scrofula n.,id all kindred disease ever
discovered. The Uiffoilty has been to obtain a Pur
Solution of it.
Dr. H. ANDERS' IODINE WATER,
Is a Pure Solution of Iodino. Without a Solvent'.!
Containing a full grain to each ounce of wuter.
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and Restorative.
It has cured and will cure SCROFULA in all its uicU
Vlecrs, Chun'n, Kyivljillti, Salt
and it has been used with astonishing success in case
of Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Consumption, Femala
Complaints Heart, Liver, and Kidney Diseases, Ao.
Circulars will be sent free to any ono sending their
Price $1.00 a bottle, orforS5 00.
Prepared by Dr. II. ANDER3, Physician and Che
mist. For sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, 30 Dey Street, New Tork.
And by all Draggiatt.
has been used for nearly
HALF A CENTURY,
with the most astonishing success in caring
Coughs, C.'lds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat Influeua
Whooping Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint,
Brochitis, Difficulty of Breathing, Asth
ma and every aficotiou of
Tbe Yhroat, Lungs, und Cheat.
which carries off" mora victims shan other disease,
and which baffles tbe skill of the Physicians to a
greater extent than any other malady, often
T1ELPS to vma niiiinr !
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A MEDICINE,
rapid in relief, soothing in effect, safe in its opera
tion, it is unsurpassed ! and is entitled merits, and
reoeives the general confidence of the publio.
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Herman, N. Y., writes as follows:
WUtar's Balsam of M'ild Cherry gives universal
satisfaction. It seems to euro a Cough by loosoning
and cleansing the lungs, nnd allaying irritation, tbu
removing the cause, instead of drying up the cough
und leaving the cause behind. I consider the Bal
aam as good as any, if not the best Cough medicine
with which I am acquainted. "
From Hon. Judge SPRAKER, of Cannjohnrio, N. T.
ticntlcmen. This is to certify thnt myself and
family have used Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cbery,
for several years, and that I tuko great pleasure in
reonmmonding it in preference to unytlun l of the
kind for the purposes fur which it is intended. In
cases of Asthma, Phthisic, or affections of tho.Throat,
I havo sever met with anything equal to it,
The Rev. JACOB SECHLER, of Hanover, Pa.,
Well knows and much reepeoted among the German
population in this country. niakc tho following
statement for the benefit of tbe afflicted.
Dear Sirs: Having realized in my family impor
tant benefits from the nso of your valuable repara
tion Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry it ahord
me pleasure to recommend it to the publio. Soma
eight years ago one of my daughters seemed to be ia
a decline, and little hopes of her recovery were enter
tained. I then procured a bottle of your excellent
Balsnm, and before she had taken the whole of the,
contents of the bottle there was a great improvement
in ber health. I have, in my individual oae uiada
frequent us of your valuable medicine, aud hav
always been benefitted by it.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR A BOIILS.
For sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, 36 Dey Street, New York.
BETH. W FOWLE A SON, Proprietor, Bosun.
And by all Druggists.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
Cures Cuts, Burns, Scalds.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
Cures Wounds, Bruises Sprains
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
Cures Boils, Ulcers, Cancan.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
Cure Salt Rheum, Erysipelas.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
Cures Chapped Bonds, Chilblains.
GRACE'S CELEAUATED SALVE
HeaU Old Sore, Flesh Wounds, Ao.
It Is prompt in action, remcve pain at one, and
reduoes th moat angry-looking smellings and intta
motions, as if by luagio, thus auoidiog relief and a
Only II cent t boa! (Sent by mail for J5 cents.)
FrSl by J. P. DI.NfeMuRb', ii Dey Sueet,
New York. 8. W. FOWLE A SON, Proprietors,
BoaJua, aod.lby H Dracgi, Grooen, s4 sjwssas
January IT, lMt ly. ' ,
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