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ii. wi l"Vi:nT,i . l. B. K iM U LB, J Publishers. SATURDAY, DECKMBER U, 1803. iLocal Slffairc. Froze OvftAIhi Susquehanna was frotsn oVor at thii plact on Wtdnetday Bight last. This U much earlier in tht toason t'utn lut winter. Tui ladiot or the Watsontown Baptist Church In tend giving a pukllo dlanor on Christmas diiy, tht prooeeds ta ba given for th benefit of tbo cliuroh. Tori of averj kind, many ntirely new, rare and carious, in great quantities, to anil all, at LiOHTiiin A ZaiBLia'i. 'Hikdsoxely dressed Dolls Soils of ery kind and tits prloei from I cenfs to tl0. Call and see them, at Lishtnbr A Zeioler's. IlAXriiova Albams, elegant Family Bibles, Pray er tnd Hymn Books, and liookt suitable for Holiday OlfU, at Liohtnee & Zbiolkii's. Suing Canaries, warranted good singars, ales ft-flne assortment of CaRes, for tho Hollilnya, at LiouTxcn A Zrtioi.rn'a, rieasant' building, Market Square. 3. II. Esast. has juat reooired and for sale the second supply of Ladies' Furs, very eheap. Also, Cloth for ladies' wear, Kid Gloves, Woolen Hood, Carpet Chain, Cotton Laps and School Books. Skating Tbo lato cold weather boa made ex cellent skating on the basin, below the railroad. Zbe boys bavo been taking advantage of it, but no have not yet observed any of our ladies tnjoyiug the "traltliful oxarolst. Colo Weather. The woather on Wednesday and Thursday last was very cold, tontlderin that we are only in the seoond week of Doctinbsr. The mercury, on Thursday morning, atS o'olook, marked 14 drgrees abort aeru. Minister Called. The congregation f the Presbyterian Churob, of this place, bare oalled Rev. Orr Lawson, of Blair eounty, at a salary of $1,201 a year. The roverend gentleman has aceepted the oall, and preached in the oburch on Sunday last. New Post OrrtcB A new Post Ofljeo has bcon established on the Northern Central Railroad, north of Clark's Ferry, and about four miles this side of Halifax, to be called Powoll's Creek Post Offloe, and Mr. J. 0. Westfiillliaa been appointed Post Master. Ocb coal operators, at this place, stopped shipping by eanal last week. The amount of coal shipped from the wharves at Sunbury, during the season, is about 70,000 tons. This amount was earned in about one thousand boats, which were towed over the river. Coiiticted of Libel. Messrs. L. L. Tate, Chas. 1). nmery, A. B. Tate and J. L. Keese, editorsef the Williauisport Standard, who wcro recontly eouvio ted of libel in ihe court at thiK place, were, on the 4th inst., sentenced by Judge Benlloy te pay a fino cf $40 knd costs of prosecution. Bvxdi'UT Masonic Hall Association. A meet ing of the stockholders Of the Sunbury Masonic Hall Association will be held on the last iionJny in lie comber, !Sth inst., for the purpose of electing offietrs for tho ensuing year. Joun Haas, President. L. T. Rohrbach, Secretary. Bvorr. The first snow of the season Toil on Fri day last, to the depth of about ten inches. On Men day there was another full of about four inchos. The weathor was rrmderate, and the roads are yet ;oo tough for good sleighing. On Tueelr.y and Wednesday the weather was oold and slorfcr. AccilEr near Sit. Carmel. At Boll's Tunnel Ctlliory. near Mt. Carmel, on Wednosdny of last Tfoek, n little sjn of lioorgo Fry, ngod about 10 years, vbo was omrljycJ as a sloto picker, was caught in t r?jt of a tcioeu and drawn around tho shaft, kill 'Lira 'instantly. Tho boy was horribly mangled. iivn.r.tm i SaAMOM.i. The JTerjlJ s.-iys that v. proiui. .-.at leature in oonnoction with theimprove menlj in tliut 'o this year is their tasty finish and modern arc! ;Uetue. At no previous season h!. there been us mauy baudsome, commodious and 'un proved buildings erected in bhauioki.) as at tha present. Holiday liooiis. A. N. Brioe, Jeweler and fcta lioner, in ll.-.upt's new building. Market Squire, has ust ortned his extensive" stock of goods, for the holidays, lis liae fancy goods of every description, outtaHe fjr a',', tgjs and tastes. Call and see his Lif tmeut. Mr. Briee has engaged the services of a Erst-class Jewelur, from the city., who now has charge of thai department of bis busiuo't. Thb crowds dally and nightly in attendonet nt Lightner ii ileigle-r's, Market Square, attet the fact that this well Ittiown firm, who make it a special bu siness to promote the ilcasurcs of the young, have just received an immense stock of Toys of every f-.ind, cheaper than ever, which are being diepoeed cf at prices far below oity rates Call r.ud see the great variuty of new and fancy articles, before it is too lato, for tlcy aro soiling rapidly. rr.tSONKKS, CRARfiBD WITH Mt'RllBR, TAEKN TBRoran Sitmbury. Three officers, from Pottsville, passed thr ,iujh this place on the 4 id afternoon train, on Tuesday last, having in charge three villainous looking men, who wero arrestee, in Schuylkill county ou a cbargo of having murdered Ales. W. Ilea, su perintendent of a colliery near Ccntrulia, Columbia county, on tho 17th of October lait. Tbe prisoners wjro hoaiily ironed, and were being taken to Bloomtburg, where they will bo tried. Abiiest i oa Hurglarv. A man named Seattle and a Mr. and Mis. Black were rcoeully arrested in Philadelphia, on tfie charge of being concerned in tbe robbery of the Mors of Wra. Hciucn A Son, nt Milton, some tinue since. A IM o? Velvet ribbons, identified as rrl nf the goo Is stolen, wero found in the trunk of Mrs. Black, at her boarding house in Lewisburg. The parties arrested were teen in Mil ton about the t!m of tht robbery, whioh,. in connec tion with the Boding of the ribbons Iu the woman 't trunk, form pretty ttrong grounds for euspoeting I tbom of being the guilty parties. Appointeo to A Nkw Position. We art pleated to learn that our friend, Q. B. Bulkley, Esq., has Leen appointed to a position in tbe engineering de partment on the Baltimore A Potomac P.ailioad, a new road, extending from Baltimore to a point be low Acquis Creek, in Virginia. Mr. Bulklcy was formerly oonnected with tho Widdlocreek Valley road, und recently Tvilh the new road now in pro gress between Eunbury and Hailoton. While wo regret parting with bim, we congratulate him upon his appointment to a lucrative and responsible posi tion. The officers of th nw road wero fortunate in securing tbe services of to abis and txptrienced an engineer. Masonic Tht election for officer of the Srsnd Lodgo of Pennsylvania, A. V. M., held at tho Hall, Chestont street Philadelphia, oa Wednesday qf lost week, resulted at follows : It. W. Grand Master, Richard Vaux. K W. Deputy Grand Master, R. A. Lamberton. R. W. ti. Senior Warden, Samuel C. Perkins. H. W. U. Junior Warden, Alfred U. Potter. R. W. G. Treasurer, Peter Williamson. XI. W. Q. Secretury, John Thomson. Trustees of the Oirard Lodge Charity Fund Joseph H. Kiley, Jacob Laudenelager, Geo. Griscom, John Wilson, Sr.; Daniel Brittain. Trustees of the Sirard Bequest Hon. Daniel M. Fox. Hnnauol 11. Perkins, Jamet Hutchinson, Choi. M. Prcvost, tieorge Thomson.- Tbt offici'rt elect will be installed into tbeir re spective positions at tbt annual session, to be held on Monday, Deoernber 38th, when tbs Grand Matter will nuk bis sppoistzgeatj f tbt jtar Mom AtiirttTS. Qoorge Leblg, who yt he is from Altoona, Pa,, was arrested at ihe depot, in this plaot, on Totals last, by Bamuel Heilner, a detes tive, on a charge of robbery. Th ohargtj was pre ferred by M. L. Fisher, proprietor of the Junction Hotel, at tho railroad droning, In Third street, where Leblg pot np on Monday Bight, telling Mr. Fisher that he was engaged In selling and putting on a new patent window-fastener. During the night Leblg broke into a bureau belonging to Mr. Fisher, and stole $61 In greenbacks, $2 in silver, and SI pennies. Upon the detective arresting him at the depot, the prisoner, who had the money tied up in a oloth and ooncealed on bit person, threw it away, but tht de tective toning tht operation recovered it. He was taken before fisquirt Btard, who oommilted him to jail. lit It tvidontly on old offender. - On Wednesday morning lost Jaoob Wootnef, wbo is employed at the jail, arrested a young man named Jesse Barnhart, wbo, it will be rtmebered, tscaptd from our county prison about four months ago, along with a prisoner named John O. Williams. Barnbart was inctroerntet! at tht time for assault and battery, and remained in JaiJ about two months, when he made his escape. Sheriff Hockley offered a reward of $20 fjr the re-arrest of Barnhart nnd $40 for Williams. Barnbart, Tioi&ring that a doUotire was on bis track, tame to town on Wednesday for the purpose of trying to havo bis obso fettled, and was very proporly "uabbud" by Vi'oomer. lie Is now confined iu a cell and hastily ironed, and stands every chance of getting tho full penalties of the law inflioted upon liini, which ho so richly deserves. Shootiso or Another Robber Uis Death. On Tuesday morning last, ubout two o'clock, Mr. Abram H. Kline, jewolur, of Pinegrove, was awak ened by the noise of men nttomptluft to force tht shutter of a window of hit shop. He jumped up and seized a loaded iuskcl he was formerly a soldior and went into his shop, where he saw that an attempt was being made by burglars to rob it. He ran out or Ihe back door and round tbo house. As soon as tho burglars saw him they ran. He fired at.the rerout ing robbers'and hit one in the back, the ball passing tbrough bis body. Tho robber fell, but was enabled by the assistance of bis confederate to get up and off. Thoy managed to got about ton miles from PinejroTe in the direction of Lykons' Valley, when the wound ed man went into a shanty on a mountain, where bis father came for him with a wagon to take him to his homo in the Valley. But, ht died 'before reaching home and wot bnried on Tuesday last. It ui3 that the name of the twe men who are inulattoes and brothers is Anty, and that they came about thirty ruiles to perpetrate this robbery. The survi ving hrther has been arrested by officer B. II. Clau ter, and yesterday morning ho was brought to Potts ville aud committed to pri.on. Mimes' Journal, tth inst. Death or James I'inlet. Our readers will re member the shooting of James Finley by officer Clauser, while Finley with a gang of highway rob bers had wnylaid nnd war attempting to rob and possibly murder Major J. C. White Finley was brought to Pottsvillciud lodged in prison, where be died on Sunday night last from tho effects of his wounds. An Inquest was held on Tuesday by Deputy-Coroner Conrad, and after tbo 'facts connected with the shouting had been hoard, the jury rendered the fallowing verdict : '-That the said James Finley came to his death from a pistol sliut at tho bauds of Simon H. Clauser, n police officer, while said Clauser was in tbo discharge of his official duties, and that we exonerate hiiii from nll.ll.iuio." The body uf Finley was interred on Tuesday after noon last in thenew Cemetery cf St. Patrick's Catho lic Church, this Borough.-Minert' Journal, ilh, inst. WniLE w tympaihix with bt friends of Oak Hull in the loss of one of their firm, we appreciate tho opportunity that Is now for a few days offered to our readers of securing a bargain in olothing which will repay, ten-fold, a visit to the city. We, tho editors of this paper, will certainly no', lose tho cbanco, but will either go or send for somothing from Wanainskcr A Brown's. We advise you all to do the same thing, fur sure are ne, that if you don't ycu will regret it all winter. It would not be a bad Idea fer us to rjo en masst and get the whole county "dressed up" for once cheap for cash, und if any cannot possibly go, let them tend their orders along with us, and by getting such a big lot nt once, no doubt our delegation could secure cvvu better terms than will be curront. Whether wc go singly cr togelhcr, It: us go at once, for firft eomo is first served, und wo nil know what a rush thero will be as soon m this announcement is made publit. Paroks'i Limber Mill at Watsontostn. Tho Miitonian says thiit It. U. Cook and A. Pardee, Rrqrs., comprising the firm of Cook A Pardee, are running their large mill at Watroniown to its full capacity, and the same gentlemen, under tho firm name of Purdce A Cook, are dealing extensively In lumber at Lock Haven and V.llliaij'jport. Their business agent nt Watsnntown, Mr. Austin Etull, manages their uffairs at the latter plnoe in a highly satisfactory manner, and Mr. It. i. Cook gives his personal ruptrvi'lou to tbs Lock Haven braich of the busiunbs. Ta Selection or A Tbndeh Fowl. As Thauks giving has passed, with laore than one tough turkey fully d'.gestod, nnd Christinas is approaching, when a tendor biped fit for eating will bo acceptable to most of cut readers', tho?t who have wrestled with lough fowls will bo thankful for the information herein contained : A young turkey has a smooth leg Aud a toft bill, and the eyes will be bright and tho feet inoitt. Old turkeys have scaly, stiff l'uet. Young fowls havo a tender kin, smooth legs, and the broaft bii.C yields readily to the prcrcuro or the finger. Tlio best ore those that have yellow legs. The foet and legs of (be old fowls look as if they had seen bard service in the world. Youg ducks fool tendor under tho wing, and tbo web is transpa rent. The best are thick aud bard pn tht breast. Young geese have yellow bills, and the feet are yel low and supple ; the skin uiuy bo eatily broken by the head of a pin, the breast it plump and tho fat white. An old goose is unfit for the human stomach. Trial List. Tbe following is the list of causes for trial at a Special Court, to be held on tho fourth Monday of December, and for the second week cf the rcgulur January term, and also for an AuMottrued Court, to be hold cn the third Munday cf January : bpkcial court. 1 IUa P. Pleasants, ot al, vs. Thomas Baum gardner. 2 John Wasner vs. Peter Wagner ct al. S Henry Saylor, et al, vs. A. M. llastwick et al. 4 bame vs. tamo. 6 Samt vs. same. SECOND WEEK or JANCAH7 TERH. 1 Lenas Stout, ot al, vsi Krastus Ross. 2 F. Keiustein, ot al, vs. 1). Longenecker et al. 3 Henry Rnup vs. J. O. W. Herrinir. 4 Jonathan Hoover, et al, vt. i'ht Susqttbaana loai ana uoai Mountain to, 5 Jonathan Hoover vs. same. t Jonathan Hoover, et al, vs. same. 7 The bhamokin Valley R. tt, vs. Tho Eusqut henna Coal Co. t tsame vs. some. 9 The Northern Central R. R. vt. same. 10 Same vt. same. 11 Joseph fiarney vt. David Lomison. 12 Peter Imrdel vs. Herman Bergestock. 13 Edward W. Kline vs. Reuben Kline. 14 Thomas Rustel vt. Peter Lilly. 15 tieoree M. Urubaker vt. Peter Snlttbach. - 18 Brooks A Newberry vt. Lackawanna R. R. Co. IT D. W. Smith vt. Tbe Milton fiational ilauk 18 Solomon Miller vt. John Foy tt al. 19 Robert W. Kerns vt. Tbt Nor. Cen. R. R. Co. tO Peter Puff vs. The Borough of Sunbury. ADJOURNED COURT. Si Jacob Machamer vs. Sarah Maehamer. 22 Albert Cadwallader vs. Heury Van Etten. 23 I. II. Torronoe, Adm'r, vs. I. T. Forrester et al ti Ueorge W. Brewer vt. William Probst. ii Eamt vt. Philip Orison; 24 George Hill vt. J. Foe and Joel High. 27 Robert Burke vt. William Elliot. 28 Daniel Harris vs. David Davis. 2'J Samuel Miller vt. Ueorge MoKee. 30 Jacob Weik vt. Ptttr Arnwint. SI David Harts vt. Jamet Mulune A Son. ti Itaao Wills, et al, vt. David TrucktiniUer. S3 Lew it Long, et al, vt. W. A. Fisher. 24 Jaoob Ernst vt. Baltter Knitter. Hi J. E. Uackenberg vt. John McCormick. US Shultt, Fahnettock, et al. Tt. Tb First Ka tional Bank of Northumberland. 87 Samuel T. Brown vt. John Kohr, S3 Wm. E. May vt. Michael Wilvtrt. 39 Tb Bird Coal and Iron C. vt 6. Bittentend 44 Lemuel Krtttr n faatal HUt si. ''AkOTRlI'"HOR MlLl ATAC T0WA6S TBI Pacifier AoorameaU t tb opening of luooettire Motions of tht Union Ptoifi Railroad nooa aoh tber to rapidly tbal on an hardly keep pace with them. Lost year M0 mile wtt tht limit of tht looomoUve't advanet ; last summer tht laying of the TCOtb mil wot witnessed by party of eastern editors, Who told the story of tbs road's progress to tbtlr millions of readers ; September taw 800 milea In ftrUB j and tht beautiful pamphlet of the company, then issued, mads that tttgs of progress familiar to hundreds of thousands of inter ested readers i but now, When weTinvs Just learned the place upenlhsmajt whereonrpenolltnigbtninrk that 800th mWefMitt-i-beliold ! we havt knothtr bul letin from the end of tht track that SOO milos art Completed. . Wbtn and wbtrt will this wonderful and bewildering progrect ttop ? L'vidently not until tht builders of tht Union Pacific, nd they of tbt Control l'aaiio, shall meet totnewhert. to tht welt of Salt Luko, and wed, with Iron bands, the Atlantis and tho Paoifts. That tiino and ceremony are not far off. Tbe oharter of Congress says It must be by 187 ; Iho Union Paolfic Coupon?, last y tar, -promised that it should be dona in 1870 ; this year thoy havo felt Justified iu laying Unit 1809 should sea tho rail communication complete, and now they begin to talk of '-Early r.e t spring." Is it possible ? Two years ago wo should have spoken for tho whole com munity in toying no. But this Company bars taught us that iursitiet art only exaggerated iin probables, which brains, will and money will ra pidly overcome. More than sevon miles of track hare been latoly laid in one day, and the road will reach Salt Lake by Christmas lime. Will the xoad pay? Every Indication answers, yes, enormously. Its local business, last year, ex caodod four million dollars, and in September last was more than $311,009. Add to tho steadily in creasing way traffic tho through business, whioh it self will grow.with great rirpieMty, and the result cannot fail to bo satisfactory to the many who havo invested their savings is the Cetnpatry's First Mort gage Bonds. We know that efforts are being made to injure tht eredit of this corporation and of its read; butsuroly such reports of its business, such evidence of a determination to finish the road at the earliest possible moment, aro tbe best assurance of complete success and security. Sinoclar AND Sl'DDEN DEATH. The V Illinois port Bttltttin, of the 30th ult., toys : As tbe alarm of Cre was sounded on Sundny morning, Mr. Frank Riehel, who resided on William street, near where tho fire took place, Vent to the window to look out, being, at first, under tho impression that bis own house was on fire. After looking a few moments ho turned round, and had only moved a short distance from the window when bo fell dend. Ho was, ap parently, in good health, w'hh the exception of an occasional touch of something like heart direase, which he bad oemplainod of at Intervals. He leaves a wife and two cljildien. Uamii.ton, s grocery man of Lock Haven, Pa., occupies a full page of eight columns in tht Clinton Democrat, at a cost of one thousand dollars a year. We hnve no doubt but that the advertiser will real ize twice tbe sum by increased business. Mr.. Runner, of tho New York Ledger, has suc ceeded in making even a Prospectus that is read able. It is one of the most interesting of the new advtrtisements in our presort number. Frcm it wo learn that Rev. Dr. Tyng is writing a long story for tho Ledger. Another Fire at Lock Haven. Lock Havon was visited by another destructive ro on Thursday evening of last week. Five or six buildings, on Urove street, woro destroyed. The loss amounts to about $40,000, which is mostly covered by insurance. BU3INES'S NOTICES. For Sale. An excellent top buggy, new. Eb qniro at this office. Fen Rent. Tbe rooms adjoining the bat store of Samuel Faust, in Market Square, latoly ocoapled by . A. Evans as a law outre. Shaesfeare said; "Uneasy lies the bead that wean a crown," but nothing can be more easy and1 oomfortable than the head which wears one of Faust's fashionable Hats or Caps, and ti provt this we would advise every ono to trythem. Cull at bis store, in Market Square ,n. i Solomon advises the sluggard to go to the aut ; but the shiftlcsr, in ourdny, generally go to poverty aud want. A much better way is to go to J. O. Beck's fashionable and cheap tailoring establish ment, on Fv.ii i Ih stftet, where any one can procure a new suit, neatly fitting, and at prices within the reucb of all. S?rxn your money wbsreyou make it. Buy ycur goods at home and not abroad. Encourage your owu mechanics. Let each be for the other, i&i all for publio improvement ''charity bcrins nt borne." Our town first others afterwards. With these ex cellent maxims in view our citiiens should avail themselves of tho splendid opportunity of buying cheap Boots and Shoes at John S ilver's establish ment, on Spruco street, where everything in the lino of business is sold at remarkably loir prices. How eloquent is tbe old homely word, Full ! Tho flowers full in tho garden, tbe fruit falls in tho or e lauds, the nuts fall in tbs woods, tbe stars full from Ihe (ly, the rain fulls vrofcl tb clouds, tbo mercury falls in the tubes, and the leaves fall everywhere. We might add that a great many persons fall or ra ther walk into Miller't Excelsior Boot and Sboo Elorc, in Market Square, and never got away with out purchasing some of his cheap goods. Miller hits an elegant assortment. Go aud see his goods. Dr. J. R. Cressinger, Dentist. OQct over H. 11. Thacher't Shoe Store, Suubury, Pa. When aching teeth cause dreadful groans, And sleepless nights and dismal days, Who comes to mo most grateful owm My skill, which all his paint allay. A moment's suffering I may cause, "lis but to bring a long relearo ; And though for once 1 rend his jaws, For years to come I give him peace. Ztn Coe's Coudu BALSAtt. Tbe great popular Reme dy for Conghs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, and Consumption. Both siios ordinary 4oi., also mam moth family bottles for salo by all druggists and dealers in medicines. No family should be ever eight without it in the bouse. Coe's DtsfepsIa Cons Will immediately re lieve and permanently cure tbs most aggravated caso of Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Sour Stomach, Con stipation) and all diseases of tht Stomach and Bow els. Physicians, clergymen and all wbo use It, join in unbounded praise of its great virtues. Sold by Druggists everywhere: Price 91.00. Id AH III AGE 8. In Northumberland, on Nov. 26th, by Her. Aaron Porter, Mr. Counelius C. Best to Miss Mart Alice Tatlor, both of Northumberland. DkiATHS. In this place, on Friday morning last, JENNIE, daughter of Jacob and Sallie Snyder, aged 19 months. MIJ.MIL It V .tlAIClilMM. Correoted Weekly for the "Amerloau.'1 Wheat Flour, extra family, pet barrel, 912 00 00 10 00 00 1 00 1 45 S ti I a ii 20 IS J 00 JO do do tie do per owt. per bbl. per owt. per bushel, d do d do per pound By Flour, uo Wheat, prim red, Ry Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Dried Peaches, pared . do do uopared Dried Apples, BO do Dried Cherries, (unttoned,) per bn. Butter, per pound. Eggs, Choess, Lard, Hams, Shoulder!, Beef, hind aarUr, " front " MaMoa, Obiskrat. ptr dottn, per pound, do d ' d d d 4 psrpalr 25 25 25 25 20 14 It II Mil Bhtunkla Oal Trad. SiAMCM, Del e, IMS. Tnu.Vtt. Sent for wetfc.vMtns; . b. lt,W7 OS Per last Report, 402,891 S3 4jt,oe oa 462,101 10,793 OA To.tam time last year, Increase, L-1-lT' Special iVat'tctB. 4Jstid? to Slurs-Inn,.. Young Son'sOuids to Usppy Usrrlar and Conjugal f elicity. Tfls h mans vteweof benevolent Physician, an th fervors and Abuses Inoident to Youth and Korly Mtuhood, tent in sealed letter envelop, tree of choree. Ad drees HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bo P., PhilUol phla, Pa. Juno , 18S8 ly. "aTxeW REMEDY fN C0li?UMl'Tt01flA Physician who had Consumption for aiveral years, with frequent bleeding of the lunjrr cud himrplf with n medicine unknown to Hit prufuwion, whon his ease appeared hopeless. He is tho only liyaiaiaii who bus used it lu his own person, ornliuhas any knowledge of its virtues; and he can aserihe the de gree o'f health he now enjiyt to nothing but tht u?o of hit niidicint; end nothing but utter despair and ontiro extinction of all hope i.f reooVy, tu goiher with a want of confidence in all otht'rs, Indue ed him tu hazard tbt exptrimect. To those suffer ing with any disease of tbe Luns t prorrprearruat nieut ho foufidently believes will enidicate the disease. Price $ 1.60 per bottW 'or $3 a, hall dotou, teut by txprrss. Send for a circuiur or oall on Dr. E. Bovlston Jackson, No. 950 North Tenth Stroct, Philadelphia. Tar sale by H. Y. Friliug, Market Squuro, Sun bury, Pa., and Drnsgiste geuorally. May 30, laOd ly. A ('nrd.-A Clergyman, while residing in South America at a miitionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weak ness, Early I'oeay, Diseases of the Urinary and Sem inal Or)'an. and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful aud vicious habits. Urcat number! havo been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by the desire to benofit the afflicted and unfortunate, I wfll send the recipe fur preparing and cslng this medicino, in a scaled onvclopo, to auy ono wha need! il, In lis or Cuaiige. Ad, he, JODliPH T. IK MA 3, btn'Iou D, Bible Uoust, New. York City. Sept. 12, 1808. Sin - QtlKYmCE CLOTDl(i. OLD ESTABLISHED o.xs: imeici: CLOTHING HOUSE, COa M ii r U e t St r-t;, Ont doer above Sixth, Philadelphia. For many years this H--tnl.li5brr.frt has done busi ness on tho One Prico Pys.em, nnd we believe we are the only Clothin House in the city that strictly adheres to this principle. We "havo carnod a repu tation which we arc proud of, for good taste in selcot pood Etylcs and substantial materials, and not less important, for having all our gods jK.vtvr.eA ivi;i,, i,.is:. Ve cnipljy the beft talent, for (Gutters, and tur floods aro of both kiuds--fashionab!o and plain to that all tastes can he suited. .The prices are the vory lowest, as any ono by a moment's thought mutt suo, or otherwise we could not meet the competition of our neighbors, for as no deductions arc ever made, wo must put our prices down to the advantages wo promise. The people may depend, this is the true plan upon which to-do- business, and ma'nv a dolla.- cau be saved to Clothing buyers by keeping in mind irprrEfrJ' ONE PHICE CLOTUI.NO IIFS, 001 Market .Street, Philadelphia, Not en the Corner, but one dvor above &xth. 4W. ItAti:, ftaCci.i:iii. April 4. IH63 ly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .tsitiilor'N .Hollce. nnHE undcrsizned auditor nnnointcd bv tho Or E phans' Court of Northumberland county, to dis tribute the la'ance in thahands of 1'ctrr B.Mai :r,oee of hxecutorsof Henry Mauer, deceased, ti whom was referred back bis formr report tiled August 6, 13CS, for oorreotion and to report the facts," bereby gives notice, that be will attend to tho dutiesof bis said appointment at nis outre, in the oorougn oi buubury, on baturday the 26th day of December, ISM, at 10 o'clock A. M. s; B. B0VKR, Atf ntar. Sembsry, December , IMS. Aeons. Wttutetle 679 to J00 per month!!! Or a coTidiifsiwn from whieli twice that am"uHt em l.e mncte hy eeiline the I.ATliST IMPROVED COMMON 8i:NU I'AMILV SKWINO MACHINE, l'aics9IB0J. l'ur Ciicujan ond Terms uiMrrM C. FJOWtvitS & CO, ijo SJUik Third Sirret, Dec. 3, 'Sj 3m Phiudtlph a, Ps. HO I GREAT FOR AUSTIit it ft).' ONK DOLLA H SALE ! "Ws proposs to tghi it out on tis lice." AGENTS! AGENTS! Ladies and tisnllemen in every town and tity lu the mates, to tci at Agents lor Austin & Co. 'a Groat Cue Dollar EiiAo of rich and valuable goods, comprising nothing but useful articles wanted iu every family. Kach and every article will ba sold for One Dollur. To any person getting up either of ti?e Clubs below we will liresent a Watch, Drees Pattern. Piece ot Sheeting, sowing Machine, Wool Carpet, Ac, free of extraeodt. Uur inducements ta Agents liavo always been nearly double those of any other house in tbb trnde, and uur largely increasing business warrants us iu continuing the tame. Take particular notice of this : Our Agents are not required to pay one dollar for their preseots, but receive fcae s.iuie lur ii-utr acrvicci tugiiwug up tiuus. Please examine me loiiowiug X'erntu to Aaent. Any person stnding us a Club of Ten, with tl. Will be entitled to receive for the same any one of the five hundred articles oa our Exchange List. (See Circular. 1 ror a Club of Thirty, w:ib ti, the person will be entitled to one of the following articles, vu i Meer schaum Pipe, 20 yards iileaobed or tirowo clieeung, Elegant Silver-plated Five-bottl ltevolving Css'or, 1 Fancy Dress Pattern. 1 doien extra quality Cuttoa llose, fancy Voiorea Jua bpreaa, I large size I mask tahle Cover, 1 Morocco Album U0 pictures All-WoolCassimere lor pauts and Vest. 1 pair Ladies hcrce Cui ercis Pools best ouality, 1 dozen fine Lir.eu Towels, 1 large silo Worsted Siianl, Ladies' long Uold-plated Chain, splendid L.aJies Jiorocco M:op ping bs with lock and key. Set of Jewelry with Meeve liuttont to mttch, I Violin ar.d Bow. 1 dot. Miirt Bosoms, 1 White Marseilles Quilt, 1 Elegant Ulnck walnut on; Dux or trnting nesK. For a Clnb of Fifty, with f j. I pair tll-wool Blankets, oi yards line Cassimerefor Puutaand Vest 1 black or colloreu Alpata Dress Pattern, 1 solid Uold bcarf Pin, 1 psir UeuU' Calf Boots, SO yards Dleuchcd or Brown Sheeting, 2 yds double width Cloth for ladies' Cloaks, 1 Fur Mult' or Collar, 30 yds Print fast colors, 1 Squaro IhibctSbuwl, 1 pluin poplin Dress Paltaro, 1 elegant six-boltlo heavy plated Caster.. I pairlients' White Shirts, genuiuo Ieer?chanm Pipe iu case, 1 set of Lace Curtains. For k Club of One Hundred, with 910. 1 heavy silver-plated eogiaved Ice I'i'cher. 00 yds Bleached or Brown Wheeling. 1 rich Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern, 1 set nf Ivory handled Knives and Foikt, 1 psir superior White Wool Blankets, Ti yards all-wool r'ancy t'niiuer for suit, elegant Bcrage Dross Pattern, 1 Ladies' or Uents' Silver Uuuting-case Watoh.l Baoon'ssix-barrcled Revolver .Silver-plated engraved six-bottte Kevolving Ouslor with out glass hollies, Fine Wool Cloth for Ladies' Cloak, 25 yards Hemp Csrpsting, 1 pair no Damask Tabl cloths Napkins to match, 2 heavy Honeycuwb Quilts, I Bart let hand portable Sewing Machine, 1 Wool Long Sbawl.niee Fur Muff and Cape, 1 pair Gents' Freucu Calf Boots. For a Club of Five Hundred, with $50.-24 yards extra Woolen Carpeting, 1 elegsnt Uunting-csss Watch (Waltbam, warranted ou year,) 1 elegant Chamber Set black walnut trimmings, 1 bairelotb Spring Sfa. Par a Club of One Thousand, will $100.-30 yards Brussels Carpets, 1 Parlor set complete, 1 ladies' or Uents' Hunting Uold Wateb and Chain, 1 oompleto let of rich Sable tun. For lsrger or smaller Clubs ws will give a present of proportionate value. . A gents or customers may at any time make a teleo tion of goods from tht Exchange List, and by send ing Ont Dollar for each article, have tht goods for warded to them, without first ordering oheokt ; but in tuch easel no premiums will bt given. Dirfetttonai .. Send itrgt sums of money by Draft on New York or Boeteu, or by Express. W will pay Exchange on all sums of $25 or mort. Smaller tumt should bt tent by registered letter or by postal money or dor. It will be impossible t lose money sent in either of th above wayt. W will not b responsible for money lost, unless sent as sbors directed. Set that your letters srs propsrly dirsatsd and stamped, as do letters are forwarded unless prepaid. Writt your address ia full, Town, County and Stat. Agents wanted, in every Town and TlUag Address AUSTIN & COMPANY, fo W Sonaw M, BCV, Wis SPECIAL NOTICE ) LAZARUS & MORRIS' 'Coleli'rated PERFECTED SPECTACLES, AND rTE GLASSTCS. One of tbe firm will be at the Store of their Agnt, Mr. T. B. Shannon, Jeweller, Sunbury, pa., two days only, Tuesday and Wednesday, Deeenibur i'li and 2Xd. He sttouils for the purpuee of assisting Mr. T. S. Shannon, in fitting the Kye in difficult or asual cases. Those eaffertng from impaired er disessod vision are reooniuier.dod to avail themselves of this oppor- lunuv- Our nneetncles end Kvc-Oltissesare suknowledirsd to bo fiie tnost perfeot assistance to sight ever mauu faotutod, aud oan always bo relied, upon as affording perit-ei ease sua com tort wuiie strengthening aud preserving the Eyes most thoroughly. Yi e take occasion t notify the Public that ne em ploy no pedlars, and to eaalton them against those prctendinc. tu hare our goods for sals. November 2?, 18.18. BT viriunuf iniidry w rits f Venditioni r.x,oi,iB. mued n"l of llieCuuit of Common l'k-m of Nv.itliiiiinMrljiiJ county, t,,nt t me uireeterf. will le e'ivicil to I'ublieitnle r- i, ii. v.""! M"ue, i" Hi" H'Toneh ! Huirtmf)1, on SAT (.llUA,tlie '.'tltli davof l:l:ci'..MIiKK. Iwli. at .,. a el 'tK I'. .M . tlie l..ll..'....- ; that ecumi (r.et of l ind, ailuate in Cameron Mwi, .Ntrtluiulefii,d u u,. ,.UAr , i, I.MiMd.:.l and t!ci,'nhj f,.tK,T'., lo'wil : MTimnc at u" ai..i, llwnc ky .-ml f l)u ,..d Ulin,,. i r,-hu.l I'nllln M'i wer, ii-jitaeast eigiuthrre ilnieci, went Iwnitv-one iiriKiua ..lower, iimwi vr .uy-tiv e 0J , dfr , e'h elihi nJiiety-oiie pen lie unci ni-if -tei;iilf, l.tatoi.e, iheticu by turn! of Jtwrpii tir i't.e, noiili einly decree, wtt thrco iici ilu-s and n:is- teiiihs lu pluctoi iM-pin.ttf .rtiitiminniiiE fiv ucici and pinrty. three rchc aiui fliHHvaitcei Vc. All I riut trift of tinseateil luul.cmitainiiic fJr'y (40) acres of hiid tituu'e in Cop I townin, Noriliuir.W'T timd cnuTity, Hfljoiiinip IujuIroI" A. I.ultt ns, miveyaJ tn ihe nirtiiitf Jacub NVe.kel, ntH ifitncr the line ot 'rm. nn t-mMiship mi lite toulh, VtT WeikcUM lh we'ul t:nJt Ab-jiiil l.ukf n ii the aiuth cntt. Ats!4( Timl ( Unm wenteiu tjaif lot or nrcvrfpruiil. iluate iu th H-rrottv-h tif Suntmiy, N.iririuiiilwHHUti cwun- ty anu cin:e nu'rt'Banu, otumiFi ma urtcxwwa aj loiiowc, viz : On ilieeail by property i K!iznbelli Muhen, mi the wnt liy property of J-iaeoli Kytier, on the B"Uth l y l.r inri!y illiiekbefry, now Chestnut atieet, and mi the f.nr:.; Iiy mi l!y , it being the wealeru h:ilf tf lt i.umb-jri on Lite ifitcrul plini ot Ihe lomurh of Hunbnry. ntor-'Hi .!, i:a lot tiumner one liumlreti and tixiythree ( 10';), C(n:.ii:iirg rout on lam ifiucKoerry. now eut i I'iity .iii) leet aud in flcjitli two huntirert md tuiriy itrt; Whereon ia erecteu a a:ry ntiu n iia i log cveiiing heiie ALSO All l!ioie Ivo contigMons ltts tf ground, silnute it the HtTounhitf fonbitrv, aunategntheaouth eut corner itf Ciaiibftriv ond Pawn itree'a, os extruded, f-ocii o( taid loia coMianiiii tliti'y ft-et in fio;it on Pawn it reel uud one hundred n.d fort y-tin ee feet indepili Ionr Crnnlierry s:reet ta rhitnut n(rc'. nnd known as lot mhiuIit iiinr (ii) und lt:j (10; in .Mueirr'i ocldtti in to iho Uoi'U,rh 1 Sun- it..r' Al.feO A'! f.K'M ll)r;re-tntiRi'Ojl tiof gnmnd, nituute in t'lwn ot iieveiion, .erne ttiwiiihip, ounumter!nna couniy, nnd S'.nte of rennvlv-HiiiH, being Iota number one (I), twota.'. and tmee JJ in t hick nutntifr ie'eiity-eil.t in the renernl plan of tnid town of Trevuri-m. taming arieh twci'tv-fn-e ft-et nt front on Mark ft street and one hundred nnd r.rty lec-t in ilcoui to Uniirouu street. Al ?0 . cvrtniii lot of Frmnid, attuate in thetown of yhrimnkm, Co'.mty of Nortliuniber'nuu mid Stute of I'eun pvlr-imia. vwt ! t niMir Br i in block No I ii, fronimg o: riitli e:rel, a id hounded on the aouth by lum nutnli'T oin (I) und on the north by lt nu:nbei lhrce(:)) tu sniuu M"Cn' und o:i the vvtsi by nu alley, cont'iinnif; '10 feci in lion and fet iu depth. ALSO lct imtr.ber ix, In Mock number one h'jn 'riv find reven. tn rune town, fronting on Kiftli atit-ef. nud bounded on t'te a mh by I t nuniir five, iu rime M H-k, ou tnc au&l b Ctirhon Kun, and ontiienorih tn :n nmitM' i acveii, in the s'une block, containing twenty-live feet in front and lett in depth. A LS) nnuiber ton, in bloc If nnmlwrfveiity.eiejlit, (75"), in lha town of '"Trcrorton, inZetbe tntvnthip. Conn. ty und Plate aforca-tid, fremti 15 on Market rift et, in an id town, nnd bounded on 'the writ bv lot number nino IV). nnd on ha ent by lot nntntj elwen. in wnie b!M,1i,niul n the nor!h by Kailrond r! reel,. eMitsimnp twenty fivefect in front and -on hundred tnd twenty-live feet in dcpih ti Kailrond atreet, ; Al.0 lut number twelve (12), in block number roveutv-eixht, in (mid town of Trevoitoit, fnmtiuir Mniket a;reet und hounded by lol nuin'ocr eleven in the writ, und lt lot uumler thirteen on the rest, in same block, Ntid by It aiii ond ftt.fel on the m-ith, conUnunc twenty -Lv e feet in front ond one hundred und t went) -nve leet indeptJ to Kuilroad street. ALrjO A cerUiiii tract of bind, aituate in Con Ton fown slop, Northumberland county, beginning nt n fallen white rk ; them-e by land aurveyd to Adam Tunklixai, tooth fthly-feur rtegract, ei two hundred and eighty nine and five tenths perches o atone ; theiica by land of John Gout akftil nortu niueieatiHnalu krf dvreea, east a jt:y-muc und seven tenths parches to stone; oouih eighty-our dt-recs vast, tmvnvc ptwchrs tc iiouea, inenca by lanu of iti;a nnn Drrk, in ri!it of OnttMd Foster, a.-iutli auentytvvo deb'fei3 east auly-fife aiid fwnr ter.ui ptrches to a post ; thnnuc by laud. t" Uenjtiiiiit Ditk, in riglit of Cotharine n?ps, noilb eleven Jrfrreea ut lliirtj-threa pen-hea to stone ; thence ly tandoi'lM;rl;pirtnkclltri;ernorthMjvcnty. two difprecs, weft one hundred uud uintuj -three und three teittl,a perches t-j stone, uth iix teen and u qu irierU'grerS, weet one hundied audri am) eight tenth peiche'dtoa cost and north eiKhtv-nine and Uiree quarter degress, wttro huiidrc.t and twruty tn J six-tenth '.erchi-sto Hie ocr inninjj, contuiniiii; iiiiieiytw) arrei aud one bundled tnid fotty Ihrte p.-reiies and nikiwan'-eti, c, alJU! sixteen ueres tf which tite defied. , ALSO AH ihiit certain lot if pmu-i.I, aifuutej in the Ii ;rouh of Sunlit! ry. Comity of Noirininiif i Ja;id ;nl t':rc of t eunsylv'uiiiti, b u r.ded nuJ drscrilu il ah loilrtw ', to wit : On the eist by pioperiy of J. Ii. Kurt:, on tins souih by Market stt'et, on tl.a west by property of Hcnj-iniin Zcttle inuv.r,.u: 1 ! tbe north by an nlk-y, contoininp in friittu ami !iuVt street sixty (oJJ leet, nnd in dnjnii two bun died nnd thirty Cil-J) feet, wiirreon are erected u t wn story I r hoti;u and liilrben nltKched.uudn stable, iaid lot being nuinhereil upon the "n;ral pl.n o the Borough of S unbuiy, us lut i.uiiJr ftity-four. ALSO The undivided half pint of nil thnt ccrljin trnct cA in ud, situat! in i".nu towuaiiip, Nm i (lunibt-rlnnd county, Ktnte nf i'enury;,'dinat bounded uud described us foll-twa ; AJj tinid of Jenae Miller on tlie r,outh-cnt, lnnd,u" Ge -re Keim oil the south. Continuing about sixty acres moic or lees. ALSO All tliiise two certain tots of groond, located and situated iu the b roii"h of Mt. Carmel, on the east side of street, between Mount Curmcl street nnd Si-cnuU btrect, boundrd on the north by Iol how or lately belonging to Joimtuan KhniT. und on theaoHtli by hit innvor Ltlely L-eiMiiaiuii t Uaniel IleisiT, in tuei.C.miity of Northuinbcr land, mid Stuis of i'eur.S) ivima. each uf said lots ontain inp in fimt on Oak street twenty-five 'iC) ft?et uud extciid ini; ono hundred und fif'y (1 50) 'feet t u twentv-tivu foot wide street. chIIcaI Apple street, mid l. '.s Leiii iiuinbercd on the (renew! plan of said town of .Ml. Cirmel ua nuinosT sixteen (10) uC seventeen (17) in biork No. 'Si ; w hereon are erected, on lot N. 17, u two stoja frame storu house, and on lot No. 10 a two s;ury frame dwelling house und stable, ht-inc the s.ni.e lets if uruund win ii Andiew Klin- per ami w.te by t;;elr deed beniinp die i'J'.k day of Match, A. D. ltiU; c ii i v eyed uutoJonus L.-S?imc, Ins litiraatu! i a!pIlslIevtT. freized, taken in et f cut ion, aud to beaiM us the property uj trohuiiun V. Lojer, Jvhn Uter, W. 11. l)ou;y, i)nn t h. tunc, John iioutii, L '1 . Hohrhtich, nduiinibt'-Tt r of Jacob l. KohtUucii, deceased, Nal!ian 11 aud and J uLu tt. Weiser. ALSO -All ttiat certain trnct of land, tiitmte ii Aug net a dtid Mabuivy towLkliips, Norihuiiriiertnnii c"."l, t ci.n-sj-. i van ii, bnundt d iutiIi by : euMwaid b, 'ttJ til wannulee name of Daniel Lew: southward bv 1 warrantee name of John Swiuehart : vvestwatd bv ia;id ui the warrantee name of William Uewait ; purveyed on wur runV in Ihe name of John Dew art, l L'cceuiber 6th, 17 J3, containing three hundied ftid ninety-live nnd one- fourth ucies, and all.vau ; one unoivntcd huli-p'.tt of ull thut ceituin ;rwct uf land in the townships of Autjuuta uml .Mahunoy, aforesaid, bounded, not I ti ward hy lai d in the , warrantL-e naiiit 4f Uaniel Lew aud Henrv IJ-'lilicI : east ward by land in the warrantee names tf Jolm Ltewurt und JohuSvvinehart; aouthwunl by laod in lha wanantee iiauies of John tSvvinehartand Juiiips riuntt r, und weal wod by laud in the wununtee names of Jam l!uuter and Uuniel Levau, surveyed on a warrant in Ihe name of Wil liam Uewart, duted, tho 6th day of i)e 'embci, I7i3, niui coiiuiuiug uiice bui.Jrcd and aevenly-eight ucics uud ui lowance. . , . .. Seized, taken into execution, Bi.i tj ba so.J as the pf) peity of Oeoryo Apsley. ALSO All that reituiu lot or pirceof ground, situate r the H-rcuph of N'i'riliumbf iland, Northuinberlnnd ccui:t, . nnd Btntc of I'ynunj ft-ama, t: '.lie ptun of said IJjrougii, No. 51, bounded, southward by King or Market street j on th norihwcsl by lot No. 50, of Van Allen V Co ; cn thenortU eust by u ten foot a. ley, unJ on the southeftst by a street called Northvvay. containing m front, on King street, sixty feetj and in depth one huiidicdand eihtv feet, iihoj or less, u hereon is erected a Jliick nnd Wooden Tuvnn House, u Irume liaui and other builJini. Seizefl, taktil into execution, and to Ire sold as the pro perty of John NesUitt add Peter G. f if. Ijteiy trading as Nesbilt icU ff. AWO-All that certain lot or pnrt of lot gr piece of eroui.d, situuta in the Hoiongli of Sunbury, County of Nortbt.il Uerlund, and State of PemisyWuniu, bounded on thorn', hy 1 d No. (ll'sl) one hundred and twelve : ou the Boutli by atrip of laud or lot f ground belonging to ; r.jJ on the west by or lots of Charles Geutber ; and on the liorlti by bew berry street, ww Arch street, coitsintuu: in iidth. ou auid street, seventy-two (7'J) feet .and i;idulb, ruaiung iturralel wilh lot No. one hundred und twcit'e Ml); which said lot of pr round wusconveyed to said J:ir,d Jlrosious by Qeorjro I. liye,rs aud wife, by deed, bearing data, the Ath djr of December. A. 1. 1H6J. Uecoided in Peed Hook, J.J. pneetiTt, in Rcptister.V Recorder's olrice lor the County of Norihumberland, together, with all and aiiikfular, Ac , ie ISeized, tnk en into exceuttotl, and to be sold as the pto perty of Jsied ttrosieus. ALSO iiy virtue of a writ of Le an Facias, will ba Bold al iho sama time and placa the It iviiig properly, to wit : All that cerlaiutwo story 1 trd i'-mse, situate in the Borough and County of Notlbu"ilei hnd, bounded and described as follows; Situate ou lot number three hundred and aighty-aix 3t-0) bounded on the northwest by lot number three hundred aad eighty five (Wi5) ; on tja north east by King street; on the southeast by lot naniTicr three bund red and jig htv-aaven (367), and on the eouitiweat by an alley, fioutsou Kins: street and ia sixteeu feet by twenty eight, losrellier with the lot of sjiound wheieou the aaine is tree ted and so much other ground juj mediately adjacent tbtwoto. Seized, taken Into executioa, and to ba Bold as lha pro party uf William Fatter. DANIEL SECKLEY, BaaniT. Baubarr, Decerabar 3ih. lMs). I L and sm us kesnUful Bird Coat at tbs nTi slssissstoTof ". MVUTT k Off eveiuy.f.mr tm.ne iii i,vtrt, WMl arvenlyUiitH peie tats to a while '!;, lheMe9Sy,rt ,.l Uei,j.,m.n ll.mpr, s utli fi'urteeu Mini Ihiec cuurt'T drrrr, ea.l In- -t ',e t'itt tie, thence by IrMicJ f f David li,nn.... i.. ..f BAUGII'S Tl -A. W 13 O JM 23 SUrER-rilOBtlTATE OP LIME, nvp.r PACKAOK. A U a II A BON6, tiOLB M AK CF A CTU U E H B A PKOPP.IETORS, Office, Ko. 20 South Delaware Avenue, yniLADELpntA TKo alova Manure baa toon before t Agrlatil turnl publio for tit t eon jears past, under one name, and propriHtorsbip, eul now hai an oatabliabed and lurico annual snlo throughout the country. And ar a perfect milmitute tor Peruvian (Junt.o (uilbrdod at oqa baIT (iio Cost) it bat "bee adnptett by agricul turalist o,' knor.fi iufoltigetTna and dicriir ioatlo. It U wan anted not to exUauot tba soil, but on the oon'mry to pcnnnnently improro it. Tba sales now huh VTil to li"! y tl..iuioind tnoa Rnmmlly, and tbo rmstliticy U-t Us u xnulsctuio rro oxtensiro and coin IIeto Tho abTe r "l.urtc r.re fun.i-bod :n both bafts ai barrels, rhtohever customers prelcr Tha Lags are uttilorui in wsight 110 j..;aodi. The attention cf Fnrtners il ioe&Uy directed to tho fact llat tho surcri of the Kaw 4Jflirial of whirl) tho nboT mauut '-'S htu oossipteJ, hrm ao under ccifitvol thtt oun IttrniiU the in of strictly uiiifjriu quality und condition, and ttiat tbey con tain larger tici ceutJiro of rtiotoouia than any otbor cIbrs of UiunuttMjturud miurliefn tbo niorl:et. BAVOU SONS. 0 33 u lb Delnffare hvtnwe, l'bi'.r.dclpbia. LI? Tho bLibwl caaU lrio paid for all kutda of bones. Novotnbor 2B, 18C8. la-FxiiEta Com ! Kalo 11 N pcrs'jance of an order of tbe Orpbana' Courl of NorthUsbtjiUad oaunty, will be exposed to publio r:1o :r, iho premises, in isonor Maboiioy toftnb:o, Kori!iuibbeilaud county, i a., on ISaturdsy, iN'oT. iS, All that carta n Lot or notes of ind, annate in I.ov.ftr iiahunoy township. iSortUumociUnd oounty, Vn , bouudci and described as iollors: ln tbe North bv lar1 ef rotor tftepp. on tho tfvtith by Innd cf Ahrfrhn'tn Hlover on tbe Kast by land ot Henry Pel ur'aund on lha Heat by fend oi Abrnbaiu Ulaf9er,con- t.iiii!iy anout loiaa Acres, wncrcon ara croctcn s i-vU frame )welhug; llouo and Stable. Late tbo t'. u u; ishsc tour, ate a. i5;tlo to H..u:inc at itn o'clock A. M. of said Any. wht'L tho i'lriiiB and eonditious will be made known by JOI1K STOUR, Adm'r. LATF.ST ARRIVAL 'O NEW GOODS, Joseph Eysier, Co.-rsr sf Market sad fourth 'irt, S U : BURY, PENS'l, Invites tho publio to call and oxasion hit elegant aesortiiii.tof FALL AND WIXl'KU DHY GOODS, so'-li as TuWe I.incns, Pomcsties, Duylies, Towels, and H.TTietios of ererj dac:r:j.i:io it tho Tor7 low- et prico. a -a. s s x 33 jE3 S. i'i'.Uf. rcltfc". Lawns, (Hn;;!mi:S, Culieoes. Muslins, Sheeting. Tiding, Jenuf, and a full assoiUnient of Cotton fM Woolen gooJs (renerally. Hosiery, Oluvcs, Uwp i.its. .; Iso Ilindkereiicil!, Hrushe!--, Ciinlw. Ehiils mitS fails, Ttnota osisJ NSaorti, Ilit BSFortincLt of goo'l' will nut. ho is sure fail to pleiiseha fun, y nnd suit tho n unts o'f any desirous ot I'ttrclinaiiit'. ir locV of , i'AltmVAHK ANU CT'EEXfeWAi'.!!, and (JroeoVies is lartre in ,'innlily end oleics in nunliij , O'lUiprlsins ntra!ly cvorything lie rdrd ia IUb household enhcr lor use or ornament Ii'o is alwH.rs ready Olid irl''A to sou Lis fiii.1s and takes ploiiMiro in slioning'them liit goods o-.-thouh no sn'ios aro inudu. llo only r.ks k cull. iul in n.ra tliat Ilia slock will compare favorably in price and quality with th elisnpesl. JOdEl'il KVSXEr. Suiilmry, Nov. 28, ISIS. FALL & WINTER GOODS! iJRlfAT RUbVCTlOS IN TuICES. il. 3L. IiAZAHUi". would ecU tie atiominn of lit poblio, and hsr cuFiuuitrs gencri-lly, lo her U:gti and sew sstorl Dltnt of DRK8S OOODS, eottiatin's; cf Poflict, Ee tatast, Keps, ut rJuoed prices. CALICOES O? KVLZiT VARIETY. WC1TK ti001S, iaoludiug a tupsrior arlisls tf Marseilles. E.i!ra quality of f 'usHls, Trillin,;. I ir.o Flanne'.e, Csnlon Flamie'ls, lliilmorul bLirts, Shawls, Flood). Wignn, I'.oop M;irlsof ail siics and qualities, Glores cf all ilesi-riplioiis, includine a Tr superior quality of Ladies' and Uontlemen't Silk 1'Ilooj. Likud und Cloth Uluves. Ladies', r.'i.'nw, tnd Children's iisrino Vests, Chihlren's Wraps ocd iioods, Ladiw' Zephyr Jackets. Slau'.cl Sbr.rrls of tho latest styles and patterns Hosiory, Rihbocs, Triminings aud Flowtrt. Ltcci. Stamped Oeidt, Zephyrt arjjj Yarns, Tow eliug, Napkins, Quilts, Tabls'Linen, Usnt's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Muff Tassels, iuniy ;n, rerfum?:-, tad loilst irti'"S ;irraliy, ani a 1. srie:y of Kotions sud ril;la. i Tht abovo coods art ho:d i '. ti.t lowtiw prust. Gail s.i Set them bofot goiDK eisewhert. M. L. LJ-iAUUS. e-iLtury, For. J3, 188. CiLULRATED tor U o r & i a 1. B i This mtiictl propetaiinn ii c w ofT.Tcd to tho public as atliableaututiiuio for Ihe many wo'th les eompuju ls Lish now fluwi tbs market. It is i.,,rf.i vTMti,ia. (-nmitfuied oi various herbs, catber- 'I1 ' d f'uta tbs (jreal storehouse of naturo, and selected WUU tUO UlUlobE Care. IS IS no. loiyutmoin.M m a CrnK All, I ut ty ii. direct and sa'ulary Jnfiu enco upon Iho Jlnrt, M.o.-, ICiduoys. Lur.fS, L'to aiach iml to - . i it ajls toth as a preoiuii ar.d euro (. r many - '.ho disou'es to tvi.icn those or? ins aie suhjevt. 1 L is a raliublo Family iUUjoiue, nd enn bo'tnkpn 'y either infant er ndul. witU tho same boiielicial teaulij,. It is a certain, prompt aud spceiy remedy for ricrrhrea, Iiysouiery, E ,wel Ci.uipluiut. Dysptpia, Lo.vticstof Spiri:?. Filial' Jgs. f-iuk-Headm liu. Ac. lor Chills and FtTcrs tf a'l kinds, It is far Letter aud safer than quinine, ith oui C its peruioinua trfects. It cruala9 an i ,pc-tit- :. . us a powerful digester of food, and will , ..cl lh n'.'U of liquor ia a few tumulte. 1 rennred hv JACOB SCHEETZ. Eole Proprietorj :.' W dr. l'ilib and Rat Bit., Philadelphia, Pa. C!i' by all ltruggists. pur. Is, '67. -t N E W D rYG0 0 D S Fresh Groceries I Oa TLlrd St., one door boluw ths Lutiierun Cautk, SUNBURY, I' ENN' A. IIEISTHTSr PETERS Hat just opened a lar-e assortment of T11 GOOD.S, such at Calicoes. Muslim, At., which ore sold chenper than ever. A lea, a variety of No tions, L'u,lershiris Xruvr ers, Hats and Cups. LADIES' WOULKM OOOUtj, ie. ailOCERIB t3 PROVISIONS of til kinds, such as 6UUAKS. COFFIiRd, TEaS, APICES, COAL OIL, Molasses, Syrups, Mackerel, Lard, Hams, Nuts, Dried aad Canned Fra'ts, P- ini, Raisint, Cheese, aad Crackers, .- : .. i s-srything usual 1 kept iu u. Jic;..) in. Hams, Fish, Coal CM, Cro-Ktry-t -.rs, Queenjware, tilass-ware, i' ulcn-nart, Ao. Th best 1 1.0 UK and WE AL in th Marktt Tohaoco, Cig rj s;,- a variutr of NOTIONS. AIo : All 1. ids oi Cauotu Fruit, at tb lowest prices. Country Produo lakes in sathaogt fcr Qod. t3-CU aaj siamlnf py Ststk, andtittisiytitr selves. HENRI INTERS. Snnbury, Oot. 10, ISM. REMEMBER nvrrl). aew PreturV Otlltry thret dovre art uf tfc railroad, Msrk9juttra mi x. . as a o r, , WATCHMAKER AK 3VBTt.IV. Ootnerof TtUd oclan4 Msslsl BjBsr, la MC Isr'l Btons BullUiaf, V S Bl14 J , t A., of His most eolsbrsted toakert, rltfrMg f Howard. A ppUton, Trsey Oo.. WJlht, r iU . W. Kllsrr. ai.rl all fradt of ths Elgin 111 s m.tkt. Also. iuls JUaVH fcr ihs MlArstorl, fAUn. TON Wateb. in Uold aud dilror Cwe.attuw j-n n i. iovs. !IlT Wis re Ar Wcsldltt l'ei!.r. or antirslj lit designi. Solid bilw TnbU "U4 Tta Huooot, Butlsr KnS-os, Forks, Csstou, Js riiahsrs, Fruit ai4 Oaks Unakats. Xjfrnp Mags, Btttsr UUhes, nnd CTsryliili-i ill tht Bilrtrwars lu. at loa prilt. JBVEtRV, A n ttosk of lk Klugs. AIj a. 'f!,"1 of Uold and Jut Jtwolry of all isscrlptiout. Uia and Silr Chains, at low prii. GOLD PNS. Plus Gold rfM in (Jold, Silver and RntW C-afS, of lnlti'i-toi mak bj-UulTiusi) tnd ttowwt. Ct.OC'Kd. A full satortm'sntof 8 nj tail S9 honi Clo', st law rTi" - Also Sols Ajraat for th tlsortd Perf'-cted Spxt-t,-o warraulsd to jiv tntit tnti.fuction. TValcbet, Clotks aud Jowtlry rr,li'"'J ,,I"J '1r- '"Ittwdiirs prompt! attended to st tbs !norto.- V.- ti-36. Bonbnry, Be;.t. t, 1883. GIIAKD OPENING FALL AND WINTER UtltlltUIOS'n I'HttlUhlt taOtMlr.; at thomab o, if crro ilai&CiiAN'I' T Alibi K hi-'wi.''. MARKET SQUARE, SUNBURY, I A., ConsUtinj of EKULISH A5'I fRPNCH CL'rH.;. HMiLlSU ANUFHKNOil CASSIMEI'E. ttNGLl!"i L10iN3 Vt' ALL COLUR3. ivhlcH bat been i locted froia 1h lirpestand best cauUisLventt ill Kew York nl I'hiiadsl-Tjbia. A (sr.eral ussortuier.t'cr aENTI.EUi'S PUIlKJSniNO GOODtft suibrsclnf, Ifecktles, Collars', Cvant, pt'tl'i latMt t?li. Vmo Lamb's Word Pnllnr Jackets. , EIIISIS aul iilkAWtllS, a largo assoruntat or UiO best quality. , A mg ' Tari?V sf GLOVES of srery Kyle Ja quidtiiy. from. tho tlsM Rromn down lo tht Inuoiinft uian't, axil many ethtr ar'-olcj for Ucctlutneu't It'inti Frt-ml VoLe Msii tai MMtde 1st Order. ITaviuR prr arod tho tcrvlces tf tht test norkmra Iq '.he ciues, garments will bt uiiw'e opto order which ouiuot bt exosilsd is aey eity lu, or qulit;r of goods. Uentlcrnen aro particularly requested to e.ill fcnd se the Bjods aud work fceioru porchesinj -jI'st. i r r-nnbury, Oct. a, '6. THOMAS G. NQTT. FALL& W5KTEH G0Oi)S! SZlss Louisa Shisglcr's, Market square. Wits' and Misses' Uili uud in iinuatuio rarioiy, SSIltitiery i.'oi aad 'S'l-Inaia is. iraii r.nd American Hibbont, Ir-f, llr.r.dtur. chiefs, O'oroi, lloiery, and a fjeaeral aiaoiiuicnt of Lnain' Vliut-Vy Ctods, vbicb hur? bega scluetod v it it eat oiuo. WOOLKK GOODS, FUR?, iu. GCtN i 'ollai'A, AV-cKlles WloTe-a, Au Every tnrivty will bo tonus to select from, at iiODKUATK i?.lCKS. Bunbnry. Cot. 17, cnoic: FRUITS C Ki; A31E2J TA t r i. Poalor in Fruit sad 0:nai:;cntiU i'.sos, will luru ieU from tht most reepoiuiblo N'jrArics is this uud Vi.pi Suited. a.t class TiiHuS if nil kin.is. .'.fee. Shrubbery, v lues sod Hants. Uardca r.ls oi all EE ED FOTATOEC. . Xew Whits Pesoh Blows, Early Soodrisk, Ohh en I llarriftn Potatots, in ltrgt and ttusll quftalllie, are cered lor Shto. Urdert are respectfully slloite1 Aidiow L'ENJ. POHTEIt, . J'axiuol, Xorth'd. Co. . fX'' Jf. B. In'uraneui taken ii soTeral of iho Uiost iccponsible l ire Ialuruti;oi4l..l.n eleaki Couipaitlesvii the Statu. Oot. IT, liOS y LOOK TO YOUR LNTEltEST ! Cull and Mt th ell selected flick of CLOTHS, CASSIS1SR1S, OVSRCOATIJIGS, ViiTIXO, At Jiut rcjuived at MERCHANT TAII.OKINO H5TA2US: AlENT, Fonrti Etreet, below Kystcr's Store. PtJfFl'ET WINTER CLOTHLVG of tho inott approved ttyltt is mado up to order st reasonable rates. lie has nl.i.i a Cno assortment of Cassimer r-hir'a, Drawers. Undershirts. Overhaul:!, Iilousu, Neok tics, Coitjn mid Woolen Host, Kuspecdors, LI and kcichiilV. tj loves, tnd a nerHl Tariotv of OESILEXJES'3 FVRMSHINU UOODS, Givs tilui a call, which you will find it ty lo ta your advantoet. Sunbury. Oct. U. r. ii. uooae. to. c. tiXsmitscB. K2T.Y ARRIVAL A NUORK X IHSWINaJKR'.. VTo art now opening loro varied astor'T - A FALL AND WINTER GOCI'.-. which we ofTsr at tho lowest CASH I-ii.-;, iu Elaiipt'si Xcvr Iron J'rt i.(, MARKET STREET, SVNB'JIU', 1 ;.NJ-" i CocsUtin of DRY flf.'OS, NOTIONS, HP.OCFRIl-.-, I'EESS W-'-ltu, tsI.A'SSWAlUJ, and a full l.ao of GEFfiEMs.:,-,-! rjpyizTnxQ gooes Calleots, Mu.'ins. Flr.nt.tV. Tublj Linens Tcwe'.lni Chu.'ki 'JioKir. Ccuii rpaces. Cstri a ..., VestiniSf. :rr?. ii's. ;;.'; 'Iw. Cuflvi, v.. :. Hose. L'l :nn llii . vine fa, Vlh. t'.irnetrf Wood Ad Willow- nun. Ti't tavitt sptciil attention to Iho quality of ni . Stock Cf 3K'caiKsr.:.4 Aitb jriCK. Rl'J and JIV COFFER, TEAS. Kl'GARS, U:-L ' - -it. 'Vi.l'l'.-;, SOAP, SALT, U U, VIXLV.AK. Ac, Ao. Campbe'.i't Coltbrated J'LOIT., tit to hnui'. Wi f 1 eonfidsnt thut ciL:h buyers v,:" ;:d it ta their sdvaal& 10 '' oall, asu ger .ij'.iv ere iovi"! .j Jul'. il ujtau.'.w jur gvoJs au t,t.i ) 'jted ou our pricss. . By stnot s'teclioa to tbe wsnLt f our ouslnm.ia sad lair dealing wtbie tg merit a full aire of tbs puliio palronai-e. COUNTK if PRODl'CE of s'.l ktri It uk.n in ,. okaagt f r jole, ft-r 7fbi"b tb hihja ji-.- v...i bepa'i. VOORE i DIsSISU: i. tiBntary, Sept. 19, '. FALL AND Milliner1 WINTER '1 ods, 1 Hat w v ..T , ti mosttier, i.cgt icuvs to an- leavs to rouucetouie Laaioiul ;-jl,.. .y J Moinilr-. ti'st si iiasjost opened a 1'vrge a '.a arlo.l n.iok cf I r,T,iNBu auons, rtolatoit Notv Tork sod PbtludelpbU stylus of LAJlliS' It ATS AK2 50KE'i'3. V,'OOLt:i GOODS, &0. Also, tu Jiiai.:nt t-isortuieut of Fushlonnbl Em broiderioS, L., 'if, Li.cc j, Wuslea I'm' 'iunuke-ehie-, irfs, lii , liojieriot, tndall l'c, faf Fancy x,-.''mis, &iiii.ipi Mi- !, Cotots, IVJ'iiuo liee .- . illy V Site, Ku..:'itl of Ao-triua, i w. tion, . y, jo., Ao. Can 'ni i tuulatfor yourmlvc. ! troublt t jhow t euuXur.cut. a, . nnri i-iis-.prcAai-arKAtis wastvp tt UUUV tilt TlMaM" It) link et tor!, uurf '