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N. a. yQLB, PnbUahwa. RunnntT, pa. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1807. :lLocar &ffa(rs. Mpsio.Mlsa Duvalt announce in , cur. advertl ' ting Columns that ah will glv reason on the piano and melodeon, to these who may dsalrn It. She to an excellent musician and i highly reoom mended. Mabkit Squib. Workmen have been engaged during tha part Week in gleaning up that portion of the Square lately oooupied by the old Court Route, which glvee it a more lightly appearanoa. The Bqnaro should by atl meant be enclosed by a u itable fenoe, and we hope measure will toon be (taken by our oitlieni to have it effected. Th Wiatbir. There hat been no improvement 1n tha weather thli week. We have had almost a continuous rain alnoa Sunday last, with every pros pect of a still greater (apply of tha element The protracted wet season will, to some extent, interfere iwita tha labors of the farmer, but will not be Injur!--ous to the growing crops, which everywhere promise a abundant yield. Tm oanal between Muney and Williamsport has been so badly Injured by the late freshed that it will .take several weeks to repair the breaks. Ax employee of the Milton Planing Mill, by the same of Kissner, recently had two fingers cut off by .a grooving machine. Drivet Lieutenant-Colonel I. R. Dunkolborgor, of the 1st U. S. Cavalry, who was lately on a visit to bit home in this place, has been ordered to accom pany recruits fur tho 8th Cavalry to California. The Colonel's regiment is stationed in the new territory of Arltona. Trkiobt Trassi'ORTaiio!. Messrs. W. C. Good rich and Joseph R. Richardson, of this place, have purchased tho freight line lately conducted by Wel aer A Frick. As this line is a great eonronience to the business community, the new firm should be well patronised. They receive goods for shipment, In Philadelphia, at 811 Market street. The Lstreram Church. Rev. G. W. Jlempcr ly, of Sharon Springs, New York, has received and accepted a call from the Lutheran Church, of this plaoe. The reverend gentleman will commonoe his labors hero about the first of August. The congre gation have decided on building a parsonage, and a lot on Walnut street, adjoining the premises of Fran cis Bucher, has been purchased for that purpose. The building will be or brick, 26 by 48 foot, and two stories high. It is designed to eomplete it by the first of August. Second Arrival. We are pleased to notice the second arrival of spring apd summer millinery and ladles' dress goods, at the establishment of Miss Louisa Shissler. This speaks well for the business of our rapidly growing town, as also fur Miss Shissjcr, who caters well in fashions foT the ladies, and keeps constantly on hand suoh an excellent assortment of fancy goods that cannot help but please the moat fas tidious. Brick. It is to be regretted that so few of the new buildings, now being constructed in this place, -are of brick. That a brick building is but very little more expensive than frame, is well known to every experienced builder, and that it is decidedly moro durable and oheaper in the end is also a settled mat ter. As brick will be moro abundant and chenper this season, we are surprised at the infutuntion of people who build of wood, under tho old idea that it is cheaper, which we have frequently heard ques tioned by competent judgos, even when lumber could be bought at one-third its present price. Like, Sand aho Stone. Seasholt t Brother re quest us to say that they are now prepared to furnish these materials, of the best quality and at tho most reasonable rates. Farmers and those who contem plate building wilt do well by patronising thorn. This firm will soon complete the kiln lately com menced at the basin, in the upper part of town, and will then be ablo to du an extensive business in tho manufacture of limo. Dhdication of tub Masonic Hall. The now Masonio Ilall, in this place, which is abuut comple ted, will be dedicated on Wednesday, June 26tb, with the usual solemn and impressive Masonic cere' monies. Invitations will be extended to a number of Lodges to participate, and a large number of the order, from other plaoes are expected to be present on the occasion. The different railroad companies terminating hero will issuo excursion tickets. The new Ilall is one of tho largest and finest structures of the kind in this vicinity. Safe. The many friends of Capt. Prowell and Thomas McGaw, who luft this place about two months since for the gold regions of Montana, will be glad to loarn that they have arrived safely at Fort Kearney, in Nebraska territory. Some appre hension for their safety was folt here in consequence of a rumor being circulated that they were on board a steamboat said to have been captured by the In' dians on some river, and all the passengers mur .dered, but which turned out to be a hoax. A letter from the Captain, written at the Fort and dated 13th inst., was received here on Wednesday last, In which ie stated that they were well and would start for Montana on the ISth. Mysterious Dkatu in Suabokix Townsbip. On Monday morning of last week, Mrs. Sarah Price, .a widow, who bad been living by herself in a house on the farm of Jacob Kline, on the ridge above Snufftown, in Sbamokin township, was found dead in a spring, a short distanoe from the bouse. From the fact that at different times, recently, she bad been heard to say she would do away with herself, it .is supposed she arose from her bed during the night in a state of mental aberution, and proceeding to the spring sat down in it, as she was found in that posture, with her head resting against the wall. She was 75 years of age, and had been a consistent mem' ber of Jacob's (Lutheran) Church for many years". An Inquest was held on the body, and a.verdiot ren dered in accordance with the facts as above stated Tax IIebdic Uocs . The card of this large and -well known house, at Williamsport, will be found in Another column. Capt. E. A. Upson, formerly an .obliging and popular oonduotor on the Phila. A Erie Railroad.haa become its Superintendent, under whose management we learn it is gaining the reputation of fceiog one of the beet hotels in the State. The Cap stain has .had a great deal ef experience in the bus! jiess and thoroughly "knows how to keep a hotel Ilioa School. We learn that a gentleman from chuylkill eounty, Mr. Elias Schneider, who pos' josses great abilities as a teacher, having had some twenty years' experience, intends erecting, this sea eon, a suitable building for the purpose of establish ing a first-class sohool at this plaoe. It is proposed to locate the building near the hill, east of Messrs. Reageo A Co.'s contemplated lumber mill. A jehool of this char actor is much needed here at the present time, and we hope the efforts of Mr. Schnei der will meet with sueeees. It is to be hoped our oitisens wfll give more substantial encouragement to institutions of learning, in the futuie, than has been jlven them heretofore. Dorino the recent freshet the river, at Danville, rose to within three or four feet of the high water mark oi the flood of 1865. All the eellars under the bouses on Mill street, from tho canal bridge to the Lackawanna railroad, were Inundated. The Penn sylvania Rolling Mill was not 'In operation, on ac count of the high water, for several days. A great deal of damage was done to funoes and the crops along the banks of the river Chanced Proprietors. The Augusta Hotel, is Cake's addition, baa lately changed bands, and is at present being thoroughly renovated. Mr. Mann, the present proprietor, formerly of tho Pennsylvania Ilall, Pottaville, is determined to make it one of the most otnfortabL hotels in this section of oountry, and as be baa bad long experience as s landlord, bis guest will, no doubt, reesila the best of aooojumft-dstions Out so temporary of tho Milfnm speaks at fol-1 lows of tho enterprising village of Welsontown, hi the apper end of the oounty, which is rapidly in treating hi population and beaiaest, and whioh may probably as Bo distant day become one of tho moet important business towns in oar oounty :-"8otna of our old fogy oitisens wonld perhaps be benefitted by a visit to the thriving little tillage of Watsontown, Which lies four miles to tho north-west of Milton and on 'the tamo side of tho river. Few persons who have not beed there during tho last twelve months would not recognise In the bustling, busy place, tho quiet little village of a year ago A Saw Mill of tho largest eapaoity hat been oreeted, new dwellings by the tooro have sprung up and new plaoes of business opened out, giving quite an importance to a plaeo which until lately seomed sunk in the general sleep iness prevailing along tha river below Williamsport. Wo are pleased to tee these evidences of thrift on the part of oar little neighbor. ' Her progress, however, is but an ovidenoo of what may be accomplished by one onergetio business roan, backed by unlimited capital." For the American. Northdhberland Itehs. The old Town Ilall is to be removed from the common, and to be fitted up to rent for public meetings, Ao. The general opinion seems to be that its enterprising purchaser will make "a good thing" by this operation. Wo sincerely hope thlt may be the oase. Our young fellow townsman, E. K. Bright, hot commenced the cabinet making business at the old Cleland shop, corner of Wheatley streot and Depot alley. We are sure that he deserves to succeed, and hope our cititens will rememberhim when they have orders In his line. Rov. James Dickson has tendered his resigna tion as pastor of the New School Presbyterian Church. p. To School Directors. There appears to be a general negligence on the part of school directors to publish the aoeount of the receipts and expenditures of their respective districts, as required by the act of Assembly. The State Superintendent of Common Schools states that' this section of law is as obligatory upon the board of directors as is the section requi ring thorn to keep open schools, and a neglcot to perform this duty according to the law will subject directors to removal by the courts, the same as the neglect of any other duty required by law. Supreve Colrt. We see It stated in the report of tho proceedings of the Supreme Court, in session at Uarrisburg, that the judgment of the court of this county, in tho oase of Wallite ot al., vs. Walliie, is reversed. It was a oase oi a disputed will, there be ing allegations of inadvertence, oversight or inten tion on the part of the writer of the will, in the omission of six grandchildren of the testator, for which reason the court of Northumberland county had set the will aside. The parties oonoerned in this suit reside in the neighborhood of Turbutville, this county. The election at Williumsport on Friday of last week, for Mayor and Councilmen, resulted in the choice of Dr. Logan, democrat, for the former office, by 6G majority. The Republicans, however, carried a majority of the Councilmen. Want of organisa tion and divisions in the ranks of the party in that place are assigned at the reasons for the defeat of Mr. Wallace, the Republican candidate for Mayor Base Ball Matcb. We learn that a match game of Base Ball will take place on the grounds of tbo Susquehanna Club, in this place, to-day, (Saturday.) at 1 o'clock, P. M., between an Independent nine of Sunbury, and the Anthracite Club, of Shamokin The Odd Fellows of Milton have extended an in vitation to some of the Lodges of neighboring towns to meet in that place, for parado, on tho 4th of July next. Editor' Table. Neu Nbvins, the Newsboy; or, Street Life in Bos ton, liy Henry .Morgan, "Poor Maus Preacher." Boston : Lee A Shepherd. This is the title of a book written hv Rev. Ilenrv Morgan, of Boston, which is selling very rapidly. The tenth thousand is already issued, and urders bare been given lor the fifteenth thousand. Nearly all the characters in this story are taken trom real lite. .Mr. Morgan is at tbe bead of the mission en' terprise, established in Boston for the Duroose of re reclaiming and benefitting the lower classes of tbe population, and it is said is doing much good. Tbe book is very entertaining, giving in detail the dailv life of the juvenile outcasts of the city, their mental and moial characteristics, and tbe causes which lead tbetu into vice and crime. Agents wishing to secure good territory should apply at once to Rev. Henry morgan, v uroton street, uoston, Mass. The Hibtort or tub Secret Service cl-rinq the Rebellion. By General L. C. Baker, late Pro vost Marshal and Chief Detective of tho War De partment. Philadelphia : P. Garrett A Co. The appearance of this deeply interesting history will no doubt take ninny people, both North and Boutn, liy surprise, for we Know that a lame por tion of the community have been laboring under the idea that the labors of the secret service would nover. on any account, be made public. But here we have them in full, and from tbe pen of no less a person man uenerai naaer nimseii. from tne nature oi the subject, the volume is the most interesting one that has appeared for a great while, and will be read by all classes, Mono and south, with an eaucr curi osity and deep interest. Ofoourse the late Chief selective ot the ail-powerlul War Department of the United States makes many strange revelations. He Bpures neither high nor low, Loyal or Rebel, civilian ur military leader; be evidently set out to tell the truth, and he has done it. It reads more like a ro mance than a history, but history it is, literal and matter of fact, with flanks of official vouchers which it is simply impossible to turn. The work is well printed, and illustrated with numerous Sue engru vings. Sold only by subscription, through tbe publishers' authorised agents. Godey' Lady's Book. Tbe June number of this excellent lady's magaiine completes the 74th vol ume and its 37th year. During that lengthy period it has been constantly inoreasing in popularity untii it has gruwn to be the leading fashion periodical iu this country. The embellishments in the last num ber consist of the fulluwing : The Farui-Yerd, a fine steel engraving ; colored fashion plate, six figures; designs for tbe work-table; asubject picture, There is no ptaco.like home:" the latest wood-cut fashions; the latest fashions for bonnets, dressing tbe hair, Ac The literary department for this mouth will be found superior to any ladles' magazine in the oountry. Published by L. A. Uodey, N. . Cor, 6th and Chest nut streets, Philadelphia. Harper' Maoazine. The thirty-firth volume of this able and populur ruugaxuie commences with the number for June. Each number of "Harper" contains nearly twice the amount of matter iu the largest English uiagaiinea, and more than twioe that of mostof tbem. The contents of the preseut num ber are: Over the Plains to Colorado; Tbe Dodge Club, or, Italy in MDCCCLIX, (continued ;) Vani ty, a poem ; My Second Childhood ; Escoriata ; Jane Morrison; ThejGeueral's Story ; Mrs. F.'s Waiting Maid ; Tom Corwin, of Ohio ; Day Dreams, a poem ; The Virginians in Texas, (concluded ;) Indolence ; The Marshes ; A Maiden Lady. Heart Romance ; Art and Auctions ; A Philosopher's History of the Rebellion ; American Women aud French Fashions ; The Gathering on the Plains; Editor's Easy Chair, Ao. Published by Harper A Brothers, Franklin Square, New York. Thb Lady' Friend, joe June. The June num ber of this popular magasine is before us. A charm ing domestio scene called "Home Treasures," is tbe subject of the fine steel plats in frunt. Tbo oolored fashions present a group of brilliant and graceful ugures, amrea in tne latest mode. Ihe literary matter is ohuioe. Specimen numbers, containing tbe pstrtioalarsof the premium offers and the reduced price to oiuos, will be sent en tbe reoeipt of M eenta Address, Deason A Peterson, 319 Walnut Streot, j uiieueijmia. BU8INES8 NOTICES. Beautiful. Tho gentlemen of Ibis place and vicinity who desire elegant clothing, made of the beet material, in tbo latest style, and warranted to fit, should go to J. F. Shaffer, N. W. corner of Mar' It at and Xhird streets, and order a suit. The Season Spriog bas oome, and with it tho necessity for Spring clothing. Tbo question is where can Hut beat and oheapest bo bad.? Those who read this paragraph are invited to oall at J. 0. Beck 's, Fourth street, where clothing Is made up in tbe best stylo, and at th lowest prloe. On the fourth of July next tbo bird of freedom will sorsam from tbo Gulf of Mexico clear up to tha North Polo, and will doubtless proclaim to tbe world and all the "rest of mankind" that at th Continen tal Baaaar, Market street, ready-made olothing and slothing made to order is turned out which, for beauty, durability aud cheapness, excels any that has over graced any establish aunt of the kind out side of tbo large eitiet. Pour's Hat. "Say, pomp, yoa nigger, where you get, dat new hat?" "Why, at do shop, ob oearso." "What am do prlpe obsuoh aa artlelo at datT" "Don't know, nigger don't know j deshop keeper wasn't dar.H Faust, tbo batter, oaa always bo teen at his store, Market square, where ho it ready and willing to throw some light on tho dark transaction narrated above, especially as to tho styles, prices, Ao., of hi elegant kata. "Another orash la 1867" omnnot happen if you make judicious purchases within your means and avoid paying tho exorbitant priest generally asked. The proper way to prevent a orash Is to buy your Boots and Shoe at Thaoher't, in Pleasants' build ing, Market square. . .. i, - i . Bpbin). The present season is devoted to grass- butter, fresh shad, early peas, and new clothes. Tho first three can be procured in market, but to get the last named indispensables it is necessary to exercise the greatest discretion. Honoo men of taste and Judgment go to the establishment of J. E. Suilck, merchant tailor, on Fourth street, where they pro euro the most durable and elegant garments. ' It is really surprising to loarn the amount of the tales at Miller's Excelsior Boot and Shoe Store, Mar ket square. The reason is that Miller keeps none but the best of stock, and sells at a very smal) ad- vanoe. lie makes it a study to give satislaction to all his customers. Just Like a Picture. A young man in the country told his intendod that she looked just like a picture. Accordingly the next time she came to town she called at Byerly'a Gallery, in Simpson's building, just to tee if it was true. She was soon oonvinoed of the truth of her lover's assertion, and loft perfeotly satisfied, as all are who patronise that gallery. Lira Insurance. There can be no higher earth ly motive, nor one that gives greater elevation of charaoter, arising from the purest Impulse of the heart, than that which impels a parent to retrench luxuries, or even many of the necessaries of life, to secure to the loved ones the means of futuro support from the time they can have tho services of a parent no longer. Jacob Shipman, Fire and Life Imuran Agent, Sunbury, Pa. (QTo Claim Agents. Blanks for the collec tion of "Claims of Private Soldiers and Non-Corn missioned Officers," under the late Act of Congress, equalising bounties, have been printed and are now for sale at the American offioe. We keep on hand a full supply of all kinds of military blanks, which we sell very cheap. They are oopied from blanks prepared in the Departments at Washington, and oan be relied on for correctness. Orders from a dis' ance will receive prompt attention. Corrected Weekly for the "American." Wheat Flour, extra family, per barrel, do do do do perewt. Rye Flour, -- per bbl. , do per cwt. Wheat, prime red per bushel, Rye, do Corn, new do Oats, do Potatoes, do Dried Poaches, pared per found de do unpared do Dried Apules. do $16 00 8 00 10 00 6 60 3 00 1 30 1 10 65 DO 40 25 15 3 00 35 18 25 20 20 Dried Cherries, (unstoned,) per bu. Butter, per pound. per dozen, per pound, do do do do do do per pair Cheeso, Lard, Hams. Shoulders, Beef, hind quarter, " front " Mutton, Chickens, 18 14 1.1 18 CO (shamokin Coal Trndc. Shahokin, May 20, 1867. Ton. Cwt. Sent for week ending May 18, 9.187 09 Per last report, 1 37,781 12 146,9G9 01 170,092 It 23,123 10 To same time last year, Decrease, Special Notices. Do not Neglect that Couun, to woar and tear the constitution through the Summer months. No thing is more emaciating than a oough in hot Hea ther. Coe's Cough Balsam is a cheap and speedy cure. MaNr ludicrous scones occurred in Chicago last summer when everybody was suffering great appre hension from danger of cholera. A gentleman was having his bairdressed by an English barber, who, with the all-important topio upon his mind, re marked, as he was vigorously removing the dandruff from his customer's scalp, "They say, sir, that the cholera is in the hair." The gentleman sprang up in great consternation from fear of contagion iu the brush. "Oh, sir," said the barber, "I doesn't mean, sir, the 'air of the 'ead, but tbe hair of the hatmos- pbcre." "Barretts Vegetable ilair Kestorutive would probably be powerless against onolera, even in tbe " 'air of tho 'ead," but it is a suro preventa tive to those fatal destroyers of youthful beauty, baldness and greyness, and those who would pre serve their capillary adornments should at once provide their toilets with tbe Restorative. Lj"A Youno Lady returning to her country borne after a sojourn of a few bionths in the City, was hard ly rtoogniied by her friends. In plaoe of a ooarso rustic, Bushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of twenty, three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon in. quiry as to tbe cause of so great a change, she plain, ly told them that she used the 4'ii--utiun Ifiiliis.and considered it an invaluable acquisitiun to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Ueutle man can improve their personal appearauee an hun dred fold. It is simple iu its combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed iu its efficacy in drawing impuritiasi'rom, also healing, cleansing aud beautifying the skin and complexion. By its direct actiun on the cuticle it draws from it all its impuri ties, kindly healing the same, and leaving the sur face as Nature intended it should be, clear, soft. smooth and beautiful. Price $1, sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by W L. CLARK & CO., Chemist, No. 3 West Fayette St., Syracuse. N. Y. The only American Agents for the sale of the same. February Id, 1867. ly TAKRNO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UNSAFE RE.MKD1KS for unpleasant aud dancetous diseases Use UaLMBvLD'a KxTBtcf Uccuu ao litraovsB Kuax Wash. alarca, 167. ly 0 NE PRICK CLOTHING. JONES' OLD ESTABLISHED 012 PUK E CLOTHING HOUSE, OA market Ntrcet, On door above Sixth, Philadelphia. For many years this Establishment bas dons busi ness oo tbe One Prioo Sys-em, and we believe we are tbe ouly Clothing House in the eity that striotly adheres to thia principle. We have earned a repu tation which we are proud of, for good taste In select good styles and substantial materials, and not lee tiaper,taut, for having all our good, KKTUA HELL HADE. W employ tho best talent, for Cutter, aud our Goods ar of both kinds Fasbionabl and plain so that all taste oan be suited. Tbe prices are tbe very lowest, as any one by moment thought must sea, or otherwise we eouia not meet tne competition of our neighbors, for a no deductions ar ever made. wo must put our prioes down to tho advantage w promise. Tbe people msy depend, this is tho true plan upon which to do business, and many a duller pan he saved to Clothing buyers by keeping in mind JONES' OWE PBICK CLOTHING HOUSE, 004 Market fitrreet, Philadelphia, Not oo tbe Corner, but one door above Sixth. March 23, 18S7.-ly HKI.MBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU wid Improved Rue Wash ears secret and delicate disorders in all their stages, at hula upeuse, litUs o uo change in diet, ro iu- oom, lowed ui iu it souoa, and fieo lro all inju- nous lesoperues. ou3 71y Ir. Sctienck'a Mnadrnk IMlla. A MabwtltaU for sTalomrl. Those Pills are composed Of various roots, bavin the power to relax tho seoretloas of tho liver at promptly and effectually as blue pill or mercury, tnd without producing any of those disagreeable or dangorou effect whioh oftoa follow (fit u. e of tho latter. . . In all bilious disorder tfatM Pills may be need with eonfidenoe, as tbey promote the discharge of vitiated oiie, ana removs woMausiraoiioniiromio liver and biliary dnete, whioh are the oauso of bilious affections in general. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS euro slok headache, and all disorders of the Liver, Indioated by sallow skin, coated tongue, oostiveness, drowsi ness, and a general feeling of weariness and lassi tude, showing that tho liver Is in a torpid or ob tsrncted condition. In short, these Pills may be used with advantage in all oases when a purgative or alterative niodioine la required. Please ask for "Dr. 8chenek's Mandrake Pills," and observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor are on the Government stamp one when in the last stage of Consumption, and the other in his present nenttn. Sold by all Druggist and dealers. Prloe, 25 cents per box. Principal Office, No. 15 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. General Wholesale Agents: Domas Barnes A Co., 21 Park Row, New York; S. S. liance, 10b Balti more St.. Baltimore. Md. : John D. Park, N. E. cor. of Fourth and Walnut St.. Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker A Taylor, 134 and 136 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, III. : Collins Brothers, southwest corner of 2d and Vine Sta., St. Louis, Mo. Ool. 20, 1866. 4thA5thw.en.mo.ly. DYSPEPSIA- There is no disease whioh experience has so amply proved to be remediable by tbe PERUVIAN SYR VP, (a protected solution of the Protoxide of Iron.) Dyspopsia. The moet inveterate forms of this disease have boon completely oured by this medi cine, as ample testimony of tome of our first oitisens proves. FROM Tua VENERABLE ARCHDEACON SCOTT, D. D. Dunham, Canada East. "I am an Inveterate Dysneptio of more than 25 years' standing." w I "1 bave been so wonderlully benobtteu in the three short weeks during which 1 have used the Peruvian Syrup, that I can scarcely persuade myself of the reality. People who have known tne are astonished at the change. I am widely known, and can but recommend to other that which has done so much fur me." ANOTHER CLERQYXAN WRITES AS FOLLOW ! "My voyage to Europe is indefinitely postponed I bave discovered the "Fountain of Health" on this side of tbe Atlantic Three bottles of Porurian Syrup have rescued me from the fangs of the fiend Dyspepsia. A pamphlet of .12 pages, containing a history of tnis remarxauie remedy, witn a treattse on "iron as a medicine," will be sent free to anv address. Tho genuine has "Peruvian Syrup" blown in the glass. J. r. JJliNSMUKli, rropriotor, Hi Dey Street, New York Sold by all Druggists. ACROSTIC. O ently It penetrates through every pore, R elieving sufferers from each angry sore ; A II wounds it. heals with certainty and speed : C uts, Burns, from Inflammation soon are freed ; B ruptiuns, at it's presenoo disappear ; S kins lose each stain, and the oemplexion's clear ! S alve, such as Grace's, every one should buy A u to its wondrous merits tcstity, L et those who doubt, a single box but try, V erily, then its true deserts 'twould bave ; E ven unbelievers would laud Ubace'i Salvb May 4th 4t. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTKACT KKYJTZ3KJBVtXJ- la a certain cure for diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, OR GAN1C WEAKNKS3, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY, end all diseases of the URINARY ORGANS, whetliej existing in MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause oriiiiUUiiiK end no matter of HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these orsrans requite the use of a diuretic. If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption or Insa ity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blotal ure supported from these suuices, and llie HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, and that of Posteiity, depends unou prompt use of a reliable remedy. HEt.MBOCD S EXTRACT BUCHU, Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by II. x. iii-:i,.uiidi.i, DUL'GGIST, 594 Broadway, New York, and 14 South luih Street, Philadelphia, Ta. March 3, 1M7. ly OI.4Xi: A: C'O.'N GERMAN EUASIVE SOAP la manufactured from PURE MATERIALS, and may be considered the STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. Fur sale by all Grocers. May 18, 1867. ly. To CoBa(tnitlveM. The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simplo remedy, after having suffered fur several years with a severe lung aSec tian, and that dread disease, Consumption is anx ious to make known to bis fellow-sufferers the means of cure, " To all who desire It, he will send a cepy of the prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc tions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for CoNsvurTioN. Astuma, Bronchitis, Couohh, Ciiliis, and all Throat and Lung Attections. The only object of the advertiser In sending the prescription is to bene lit the afflicted, and spread information which be oonceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufiurer will try his remedy, as it will oust tbeiu nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, free, by roturn mail, will please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, my 18-'67.1y Williamsburg, Kings Co., N. Y. Drrors off Voutls. A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tbe sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, tbe recipe and directions for making tbe simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experienee, oan do so by addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN B. OUDEN, my 18--67.1y 42 Cedar Street, X. Y. Know Thy Ieilsi-. Maoabb E. F. Thornton, the great English AS' trologist, Clairvoyant and Psyohometrician, who has astonished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton posessos such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance to ine single or marrieu ui euoer sex. While in a state of trance, she delineates the very features of tbe person you are to marry, ana by the aid of an instrument of intense power, known as the Ptyuhouiotrope, guarrantees to produce a life like picture of the future husband or wife of tbo applicant, together with date of marriage, pusitiuu in life, leadiug traits Of character, Ao. This is no humbug, as thousand oi lesumouiais oau auerv. She will send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written guarantee, that tbe picture is what it pur port to be. 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By stating ui m at birth, aire, disuusitlon. color of eve and bair, and enclosing fifty cents, and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture by return mail, together with desired information. I it Address in confidence, Maoabb Ubbtbudb KBBiaawl. r. o. noa XHI, v esi Amy, a . . feblt-'tf.ly tree I Everybody. A Large pp. Clrsular, giving inforinatioa of tb greatest importaaoo to the young of bott) sexe. It teaches bow th homoly may booosas beautiful. tbo despised respected, and tho forsaken loved. No vouni lady or gentleman should fail to sand I (ur4M taj reseiv a copy, put-paid, by r I turn snau. ' Address P. 0. Drawer, 21, Trey, N. I. Cough A Cold or ' ' " Bore Throat, RqciE 1MMBDIATB ATTENTION, and taooLD aa obecebd. . I ALLOWBO tO CONTINUE. f Irritation f th (..antra, r-laeaae, or jobi sumption II OrTER TBE RESULT. DROIICniAL TttOCHKB HATIRQ A DIRECT IRrXOBNCB TO TBB PARTS, Otva IMMEDIATE RELIBf. FortBronohlti. Asthma, Catarrh, Consump tive and Throat Disease, Troches are used with always good success. BINOERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS will find Troehes useful In clearing the voice when taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. The Trorhm are recommended and prescribed by Phvsloians. and have had testimonials from eminent nion throughout the country, neing an aruoie oi true merit, and having proved their efficacy by a Mist of many years, each year finds them in new locali ties in verlous parts of the world, and the Troche are universally pronounced bettor than other ar ticles. Obtain only "BnowN's BnowentAfc Troches," and do not take any of the Worthless Imitations that may be offered Sold Everywhere. November 24, 18G0. Cm HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT 11UCHU Is the Great Diuretic. Hdiulold'$ Concentrated Extract 8urnparilla Is the Oient Blond Purifier. Both are prepared aecniduig to rules of Ph.irmaey and Ihemistr), end aie the luostactive lhalcnii be made. March 4, le67.- ly ITCH I III' lit ITCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH! BCRATCU ! WIIEATON'S OINTMENT Will Cure llso Itrh4u 1 Hour. Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIL. BLAIXS, snd all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN Price 50 cents. For sale by the druggists. By send ing B0 cents to WEEKS 4 POTTER, Solo Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, it will bo forwurded by mail, free of postage, to any part of the United States. jo 2J '66-y NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. INpurauanoeofanorderofthe Orphans' Court of Northumberland ceuntv, will be exposed to pub lic sale, at the Central Hotel, in the Borough of sun bury, on Saturday, June 1st, A. D. 1867. The fol lowing described real estate to wit : A certain lot of of ground, situate in John W. Fryling's Addition to tbe Borough of Sunbury, aforesaid, numbered 13, bounded on the North by and Alley ; on the South by lot No 14 ; on the East by an Alley, and on the West by Broadway, containing 33 feet more or less in front on Broadway, and 230 feet more or less in depth, to an Alley, whereon is erected a two story frame dwelling House, and frame kitchen attached. Late tbe property of Robert W. Brooks, deceased. Sale to commenoe at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, when tbe terms and conditions of sale will be made known by J. B. MASSER, Adin'r. uy order or tne uourt, l J. A. J. Cummings. Cl'k O. Sunbury, April 22, 1867. f BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS ! II. (j!. TTIACHI2K, SUCCESSOR TO W. W. APSLEY. IN addition to our large stock, already on hand, we are now receiving a full supply ot Spring and Summer, goods for Ladies, Ucntluinen, Misses and Children's wear. Also a good assortment of Trunks. A large lot of it. H. ttags, Uents una leather batebels. We wish it distinctly understood that we intend selling our goods at small profits, exclusively for the cash. Don't forget tbe plaoe.. Pleasunt's Building, Mar ket Square, Sunbury, Pa. NOTICE Boots and Shecs neatly repaired at short notice. If any bought of us should rip they anau ne uxed lor Doming. II. G. THACUER Sunbury. April 8. 18f7. tf. Fashionable Dress TRlMMIWaSl AND Millinery Goods, Jut opening at the Millinery .Storo of Miss M. L. GUSSLEK, Fourth Street, two doors below the Railroad, West side, SUNBURY, PA. Such as ! h vr n '9 u in b n n Dress-Trimmings, Head-Dresses, Gloves, Hosiery Ribbons, Flowers, Collars, Handker chiefs, Ac, &e., which have been oarofully selected. Miss M. L. U ussier bos just opened a large assort ment of Millinery Uoocls. Ladies should not fail to go and see the latest styles as it will pay to not delay iu visiting her store. tall and examine tor yourselves. ?io troublo to show goods Sunbury, April 2d, 13tJ7. NEW GROCERY STORE. W. S. PTJE.IZ-1T fcc CO., Market Street, .Six doors East of Third streot, north side, SUNBURY, PA., RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and tbe public, that they bave opened a NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE, and will be happy to have them call and examine their stock, which has just buen opened, embrac ing everything in the Grocery line, such as Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Syrups, Spices, Canned and Dried Fruit, Beans. Hoiuiuy, Cheese, Crackors, Buoon, Hum, Fish, Salt, Potatoes, etc., tugether with Suaps, Candles, Soda, Ac, and in fact everything in tbo Grouoryand Provision. Line. FLOUR AND FEED, Quoonswaro, Willow. ware, Glassware Coal Oil Lamps, Coal Oil Ac Cull aud see before purchasing elsewhere. W. S. FLRMAN A CO Sunbury, April 27, 1SA7. NEW GROCERY! Market Street, three doors east of the Railroad, north side, SUNBURY, PA. EvEJ2B32S & IBBWHa WHOLESALE A RETAIL AND Provision Store FOlt CHEAP GOODS ! Their Stock is complete, consisting in part of SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, COAL OIL, Tobacco, Cigars, Flour, reed, rish, bait, Hams, Shoulders, Cheese, Fruit, Glass, Lamps, Ao., Ao. Country Product taken in exebsnge for Goods. I-Call and examine our Stock, and satisfy your telves. Sunbury, April 27, 1887. To the Cttlaena) of (be Ilorough of Muubury. YOU ar hereby notiBed that it Is tb Intention of the Burgess snd Town Counou to compel tnepsviug and gutunng of th several streets mentioned in th borough ordinanoe passed June 6th, Ibott. That or dinance reauired the pavements to. . to be laid bv the first day of August, lbofi. If preparations are not made to lay the pavement by tbaowoer of lot fronting on any ol said streets immediately, the same will be done by the town oouncil and an extra charge of twenty per centum will bo added to tbe oust in accordance with the Act of Assembly and tho ordi nance aforesaid. It is tbe determination to carry out the directions of tne town Council, ana oitisens may rely upea the work being done fur tbem if they cegieotii tnsmseives. E Y. BRIGHT, Chief Burgess. Buobury, Msy 4, 187. Children's) C'urrinjfea. WE would sail th attention of tbofo wanting a Child's Carriage, W our new and large aaautV suant comprising new ana beautiful style. J. H. WJOir t CO. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Just opening at tbo Store pf Mis LOUISA BIIISaLfcB, South Sid of Markot Square, BUNBURT, Pa. MISS SHISSLER has just returned from the eitiCS With B choice and fushlnnal.la tnll,n of ' BONNETS, HATS, SHAKERS, SUNDOWNS. KI6T0RI, COMET. 4C. . of the latest styles and patterns, to whioh she Invitee tun .nouuuu oi iany purcnasers. Also, Misses and Children Hat ef different varlotie. A line assortment of Ladies' Hosiery, Ulnvos, Fane Parasols, Bugle Trimmings, Flowers, Ribbons, Belt Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons, Braid, Ladies' Neck Ties, Dross Combs. Head Dresses, FANCY (100D8, Laces Handkerchiefs, Lace Collars, Zephyrs, Buttons, and all goods found in a lady's furnishing fr'tore. Also, reoeived an excellent ajwortmont of Perfu mery, Toilot Bonps, Tooth snd liair Brushes, with a different variety of oollnrs (paper and linen,) and Neck-Ties, Half-Hose, Suspenders, Ao., for Uentle mcn. A good assortment of Statinnerv. Thankful for past favors she hopes by further desire to please tbe public, the oontinuauee of their patronage. LOUISA sniSSLER. AprlH3, 1867. FANCY DRY GOODS STORE TvIISS KATE BLACK, lfarket street, fonr doors west ofWm. II. Miller ' Boot and Shoe store, SUNBURY, Pa. RESPECTFULLY lnformaher friends in Sunbury and vioinity, that she has just opened hor SPJIINO 8UMMEU VllESS GOODS, of every description. 'aphionublc Ire Trimming-, Head Drosses, Gloves, Hosiery, Embroideries, Lnoe Collars, Bleached and unbleached Muslins, Sheotings, Drillings, Alapaeas, Poplins, Crape and Lace Veils. L.ndlc IIuim, (Jlillslrvn'ti IIaf and sua pn, of evory variety. Mruo. Djcmorest's Hair Curlers, Hair Colls and Curls, O loves, Stookings, Collars, Corset, Ao. Uents' Collars, Neckties, halfHoso, Handker chiefs and Suspenders. Bradley's new Patent Duplex Elliptic (or. double Spring SKIRTS ) HOPKIXS Eiliptio Skirts. Perfumery. Toilet Sunns. Hair Brushes. Combs. Toys, and a general variotyof NOTIONS. lv Alii ULAl'lv. Sunbury, April 27, 1SA7. MILLIN KBlOODSr -A.3STID KTOTlOlSTS. Mis ANNA PAINTER. Market Square, two duors west of tho Pust Office, SUNBURY, PENN'A. RESPECTFULLY informs hor friends and the public that she has just returned from the city, where she has spent somo time in makinir sulcutions and pui glioses, and has just, opened a large stock ui MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS, Ribbons, Laces, Dress, Linings. Crinoline and Wi gans Skirting Lining. Hoop Marts, Bugle Trim' mings, Crape Trimmings, Hat Crapo, Cloak Buttons, lorscta, cpnyrs. A large assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Hosiery. A variety of BOOKS 4 STATIONERY. DOLLS of all sixes, Alphabet Blocks, Aa. She flatters herself in being able to make a disnlav that will give entire satisfaction to visitors, anil goods will be exhibited with pleusure. ounoury, mays, iroi. MASONIO HALL BUILDING. DHEISBACH BROTHERS, RESPECTFULLY inform their iriends and cus tomers, that they have removed their Store into the south end room of ihu'Masonio Building, on Third street, opposite tbe Depot, Sunbury, where they will be bappy to wait upou them. Their large assortment of Groceries, Provisions, AC, are all fresh nud of the best quality, consisting of Teas, Coffees, Sugars, and Spices. Dried and Canned Fruits, 'Prunes, Raisins, Cheese, and Crackers, and in fuel everything usually kept iu the G rooery line. They would also call attention to their largo and cheap lot of Good Family Flour, Green Tea, liuuis, Shoulders, 4c, which nro constuutiy kept on hand. FRESH FISH and Vegetables, every Tuesday and Friday evenings. . Give them a cull and sco for yourselves. Sunbury, April Tt, 1S07. AGilo.Vl-K H AA I i:!) I'OIS UEXEltAL L. C. 1UKKKS HISTORY OF THE fECKET SERVICE. This work was announced more than a year ago, butowiug to tho attempts of the Government to sup- Eress it, its publication was delayed. It will now e issued, Unaltered and Unabridged, under tbo Supervisiou of Geuerul Buker. These marvelous narratives aro all attested by the highest official autnonty. The .Murals of the National Capital are thoroughly entilated, Rnd there are some Strange Revelations concerning Heads ot Departments, Members ot ton- ress, FEMALE PARDON BROKERS, and distin uisbed military oburacters. bend tor a Circulars aud sec our terms, and a lull escription of tho work. Address v. tiAltliiill imj., 7U2 Chcsuut St., Philadelphia, l'a. April 27, 1SC7. ltu NEW MARBLE YARD! l'lil rd stlri-rt, AorlH of the I'jt, SUNIiUUV, PENVA., VM. RUSH. Proprietor. MONUMENTS. Tomb-stones, and Ornamental and Plain Work in Marble promptly executed at tbe lowest prices. J he subscriber having bad experience in the best establishments of Philadelphia, feels confident of being able to turn out the best styles of work. A. it. ILL. -11, Agont. April 20,1867. Ccachmakers. WE are selling Rims, SjHikcs, Hubs. Springs, Canvass, Bolts, Clips, Axles, Ac, very low a Large Stock at CIJ.Ltl V.U. Sunbury, March 30, lo7. a. W. fa'rKVIaiO.li, WATCHMAKER A JEWELER, Muikot iuar, near tbe Court uouso, SUXUUHY, Northumberland County, Pa HE has just opened au assortment pf Gold f)f(S and Plain Patent Watches, CLOCKS V. " tur ilailroads. liauks and uwelliiigs, fine Gold Rings, Finger Rings, Bracelets. Minia ture Cures. Medallions. Locket. Pencils, Thimbles, Spectacles, Silver Table, Dessert, Tea Suit aud Mustard Spoons. Sugar Spoons. CuW, Kapkin Kings, Fruit and Butter Knives, Shields, Combs, Diamond Pointed Pens, Casters, Pitchers. Butter Dishes, Fruit Dishes, Cake Baskets, Syrup Pitchers, Ac, Ac. He invites the oitisens of Sunbury and vicinity to call at tbe above place, where he will be happy to wait upon tlieiu. Ujr"-Particular attention paid to REPAIRING. April 13, 167. AK't-iVialluruI liiiikleiut-iii'tf. HOE'S Gruiu Rakes. Steel and Iron Garden Rakes, Long and D Handle Spades, Shovels, Mauure and Hay Porks, Grasa and Grain Scythes, Grain Cradles, Cradle Fingers, Trace, Uriasl. fungus and Log Chuiua, Grind-stones, Fanning Mill Selves of all sisesand kinds, a large assortment of Red Wagou Hemes, for Plowing, Farm Bulls, Cultivator Teeth, for sole by J. jr. CONLEY A CO. FIRST NATIONAL m mi & Willi n. a. THACHES, Proprietor. MARKET SQUARE, 8UNBUUV, PA New Goods, New Styles, New Price. The largest Stock of Boot snd Shoes in this Markst TRUNKS OF EVEKY GRADE & PRICE. Genu' Traveling Satchel, Hand-Bags, Valises, Ao. An elegant assortment of Ladies' Fine Leather Sat ehel Caba', Ac. Ae. COME AND i'EE, COME AND 6EE. lMi-Uftiint'si Huildiasa, MA UKE T SiVA 11 April 6. 1897 . , JJA1 Pip., all sue. - ..or., gg&jj Somctliinj; New ! Nothing New J A KB GOOD HEWS! The splendid assortment ot GOODS at tbo EIAMLIOTH STORE a. . ritn.i.u a. mo, IS NEW, but 11 is Nothing Now for tbem as thoy are alwsta getting up NEW GOODS. GOOD NEWS, to the people of SUNBUUY, for they have purjbsa od them goods low and aro selling tbeui at very if We are determined to sell our Goods at Low Prices and defy competition. Wekeepthe lx-M sjuulif y oi" 4ao.l and sell them as low as the K-'ouil qualities) aiu sold by other dcalort. Come and examine our Stock and Leuru our HlHaBfdSiJJfe; No charge for showing Goods. That is our business and wo take pleasure in doing it. Feeling very thankful to tho public for their vry liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon us. we feel confident of retaining their custom, by a striot adherence to tne rules we nave adopted. REMEMBER THE PLACE, The Mammoth Store. Market Square, 2 doors east of the New Court House, SUNBURY, PA. J. W.FRILING A SON. Sunbury, March 30, 1S67. J. H. Conley & Co., Market Ntreet, I'.uxt ol'lhe Itallroad eunxTBTJii-s', yKisrisr'.. dealers in i oi:eiu v aiii:kica., Hardware & Cutlery. rilllE attention jyf Mechanics. Furmors, Builder, X and Buyers generally is invited to the tact that we are now offering a better selected assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY. AC, than ovor was offered iu this marked at prices much below those heretofore demanded by dealers. Our stock comprises nil articles in this lino of business, embracing a general assortment of tools and mate rials used by CARPENTERS, BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE AND WAGOS MAKERS, JOINERS, AC, AC, together with a largo stock of Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes. Rope, Chains, Grindstones, Mill aud X Cut Saws, Ae., Ac. Suubury, March 30, 18tl7. REMEMBER THE DEAD. MESSRS. D. C. I)isingcr and John A. Taylor, would respectfully announce to the citiions of Sunbury, aud surrouuding country, that having formed u co partnership, they lire now prepared to furnish ornamented uud plain t.ruvt'Nloiies, 'I'oiubH A. 3Sunsimeiit of the best Italian and American marble, at price that cannot fail to give entire satisfaction, aud re spectfully solisit the public rxttrocnge. DISSINGEU A TAYLOR. Sunbury, March 31.18IW. Ij. a m:.v akkival or SPRING AND SUMMER x sjtjbzb:b:S9 AT THE STORE OF J II EN GEL, Corner uf Fourth and Markot Streets, SUNBURY. TUST received from New York and Philadelphia, a large supply of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he will sell at small prullts, for uush or oountry produce. His Dry Goods department is full of everv descrip tion. A splendid line uf LADIES' DBES GOODS, und White Goods at all prioes. Fancy Sacking fur Ladies, and Shetland Wool Shawls Yankee Notions in Great Variety Also, Ladies' French Counts and Hoop Skirts. G .A. 2? IE T S , Wove Floor Cloths, Stair Carpets Floor Oil Clotbi, all widths, Carriage Gil Cloth, Table Oil Cloth Widi.w Shades, Plum Green and Bronu Oil Clulh and Fixtures for Windows. GHOCEHIE S. Sugar, Coffee, Molusscs, Rico, Crackers, Spices, Soil Fish, Cheese, Ao. (Jueensware, Glassware, splendid Setts of Tcaware, at low prices. BOOTS Si SHOE8 IN (IRE AT VARIETY. Hats and Caps, Oil, Paiut, Gloss, Putty, School Books. Paper, Slates. Ac. II A R D W A 11 E . Shovuls, Forks, Nails, Lucks, Hinges and Screw A Large assortment of WALL PAPER and Bor der, at all prices. All persons desiring to get good goods will pleas give faitu a call. i. 11. ENGEL. Suuburyj April 20, 1887. THE VERY LATEST ARRIVAL ! ! SPRING AND SUMMED rJaXO)SJSs3 9 Joseph Eyster, Corner of Market and Fourth Street, SUNBURY, PENN'A. Invite th public to oall and cxuiuie bis elsgs. assortment of SUMMER .GOOD'S, which he will sell at greatly reduced prices. I stock oonsist iu part of CASSIMERE2 CLOTHS. &C Silks, Delaiuea. Lawns, Ginghams, Calicoes, Musll Wheeling, Tickings, Joans, and a full aasortiuou Cottou aud Woolen goods generally. Uosiary, Glove, Uuop Skirts. Alio Hand ketch I Brushes, Combs. lata aad Caps, Iluola aud tiho His siaortment of goods will not, h is sure fa please the fancy and suit the wants of any desi of purchasing. Hiasluckof HARDWARE AND QUEEN'S WARE, and Groceries Is large in quantity and oboii auality, comprising geuerally everything noodi the household either tor se or oruiuuent. lio is always ready and glad to see bis fri and takes pleasure iu showing tlieiu his goods though no sales ar ma le, lie only asks a call is sure thai the stock will compare fuvorub! prise aud uuality with the cheapest. JOSEPH EYSTI Sunbury, April 13, lo7. TIRD CAGES, 11 different kinds If ou good sd cheap Bild Cage. r UOKLZY C