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SUNHURY, SEPT. 30, 1871.
Railroad Time Tble. n. c. n. vr krt. p. e. r. r. w.. Buffalo Ex l're 4:10 a m'Erle Mall, I've Hi05 a m Erie ' " 8:55 Buffalo Ex. 4:15 ElmlraMalt " 11:45 Erie " " 1:05 ElmlrnMatl" Lock H. Ac." 12:45 p ra 4:85 " 0:50 " Sunbury Ac." .5:45 p m Erie Ex. EIIAMOKIN DIVI8tOH M. O. B. W. LKAVR , A.KRIV- Suubury at 11:50 a m At Btfnbury 8:43 am " 4:40 p m " 4:00 p m d. n. w. n. r. l.cave Snnbnry 5:55 a. m., 4:R5'iind :0p. m. Arr. at Buubury 10:00 ft m, :20nn 8:40 p ni. Accident Insurance Tickets can be had of J. Bliipuian, Ticket Agent at the Depot. W ffairs. Srwino Machines. --Miss Caroline Dallas Is tlic agent Tor the salo of the three best Sewing Machines In existence, vlsi "The Improved Blnger," "Grovcr A Baker." and, "Domestic,'' which nre constantly on hand and sold al rea sonable prices. Cull find see them. Office n Market street, cast of the railroad. . .. Oo to A. N. Brlcc, Esq., to get registered for the West Ward. Go to Jnmcs Board, Esq., to get rcgistero J for IhoEiiBtWnrd. Fall Goons. J. S. Marsh bus just opened the largest lot of Ready Made Clothlpg ever brought to Suubury. Call und soe them. Nondvuucclu Prices. . ' Anotiieh largo lot of Furniture Just received nt B. L. Knudciibush's Store, iu Masonic Build ings. Everything In the furniture lino may bo had at that establishment. Those coming next week nre invited to call at h. M. Yodkii's Insurance Ofllce. Stoves. Three second hand heaters und stoves, nearly us good as new for salo at half price. Enquire at this olllcc. "' Gents' fines Ficuch Calf, Box-toe Boots, stitch cd bottom, nt tho Kegnhitor. ilKltlOVAI. OP TIIE.Mimit'AK" OFFICE. The "SI'NBIKY AMEIUCAX" OF. fire lias been removed Into the Moore. A IMswiiifrer BniltlliigH, on the Corner of Third and IMurltet, on Keeouil Floor, full nud nee iikj in our ucw quartern. Ann . ou Reoistkueii I If not don't delay In attending to it at once, as It can only be dono until the 30th of September next, after which the Kegistery will be closed. Skuvicrs will bo held In the Presbyterian church in this place, Sunday, October 1st, by the l!ev. Mr. Biinonton, of Williamsport. Skuiols Accident. We regret to learu that oar much esteemed friend, John A. Taylor, Esq., of Nortluiniherlnd, met with a serious accident on Friday morning lust, which caused the toss of tils right arm. Mr. Taylor has been working in tlie nmrblo yard of W. Dunghcrty, in tliis place, lor several years past, going and coming lu the cars in the morning nnd cveuing The ( rain being late on thcjtiioruiiig of the accident, he got on a hand ear with a number of mcu lu the employ of the 1. & E. It. 11. Co. In coming out of the bridge,:! freight train wasou its way across the Is land, and within a short space from them before it was discovered. The men on the car escaped by Jumping off, but Mr. Taylor who is well ad vanced in years, in jumping, caught his foot iu the track, und before he could extricate himself, the engine struck hlin, lacerating his right nrm in a terrible manner, nud bruising his whole per son, lie was taken to his home where his arm was amputate 1. He Is doing us well us could be exacted, and we hope may survive this serious calamity. His large circle ol frieuds throughout the Statu, and particularly the fraternity of I. O. of O. V., of which order ho is now tho oldest member In the State, sympathize with him lu his great ulUiction. I. O.K. M. Pauaih and Dedication of Ham.. The parade und dedication of a new Hall of the I. O. of It. M., on Tuesday last, passed very cro ililablo. The unfavorable weather in the morn ing prevented many of the Order from participat ing. Tlie order, however, was well represented by some eight diil'crent Tribes from abroad. Tho procession was formed on Market street nliout 10 o'clock, headed by tho Marshals of the Agri cultural Fair who escorted them to their ground". The procession was under tho direction of Chief Marshal Sol Stroll, assisted by G. W. Blroh, aud (i. W. Smith; Clio Northumberland Cornet Baud on thii right, the Wllliamspoi t Bund In tho ecu tre, und tlio Suubury Steam Fire Company on the left. After marching to tho Fair grouuds, and through tho prluelpul streets, they were dismiss ed for dinner. At 2'. o'cloc k, the members and u huge number of citizens, repaired to the new Hull on Market street, where the solemn ceremo nies of dedication took, place. The ceremonies were performed by 1. 8. Sol Slroh, acting ti. M., U. C. of K., Audrey J. Baker, 8. 6. i I. D.U. B. J. W. Whitman, Gruut Prophet s P. 8., E. Best, of Oetorora Tribo ; P. 8., Joseph Walter, of Cab tawissa Tribe, and P. 8.. Robert Burr of Husoue liutina Tribe, acting as Mishluewns, D. D. (1. 8., Em'l Wilvert i P. 8., Henry Bucher, Jacob Bell P. 8., R. W. Thurston, aud Geo. Beard of Bbo liomokla Tribe, were then introduced us the build ing Committee, aud tho ceremonies of dedleullou jarformed, after which a very uble address was delivered by (i. C. of It., A. J. Baker, giving a hlatury of tho rise uud progress of the Order. The bauds played several appropriate pieces, ; wheu tho members sepuruted for their homes. The purude was julte Imposing, nud tho best of order preserved throughout the ccreiuouli-i. The ' good conduct of (lie member of the Order made it very favorable liuprcselou ujhju our diluent gcuerally. A Chii.h of Frank Gordner, of Tutbotvllle, nged about fifteen mouths, will seulded to death u Friday hot, under tho followliielrcuun.luno-. The child's k 'her had been bulling clothes is kettle, an 1 bud tukeii the clollin out and left the kuillu for a moment, while she put the clothes uaay, aueu the lllllu child cume along, aud in pluylug around the kellla fell In. It was so bad ly scalded before It could be rc.cuod that dealtl .ii.uud lu the course of three hours. iil(ubM. '!.. r.l, l.i.. I. -ill 1.. . I.I ,.l T...I...I.I1I. ...it . .... . ... ,., .. .i .......... o.!y h.ld..ttl,alpUc. T.uppo,o.,dl,u.lnud f.ilrt ul lint end of tho count) for a number of vial., has Induced luuuy of uur ajjilealluml huud. to prui-uia Iba vucy Ut of lok, abhli will i4 largely lepr-wuled at till fair. Tbs dull, Kv.etablu, aud f-iury i1M dipailiun-l -l.i bans luttr lull bai. las Hiiom. Wm. II. Uill-r, of lbs r"cl.lu lb. 4 uud eU'M lol UdtWIUtliUhllo piOMiive lb Iii. uf ths people, f ny buly -u U pioiidvd ll Wmo lb.ll fv4 diy, (o be j. r. ... ; . o'.s i -a li tiii4 b i-l.ii. m 1 ii' I ll l . 4 .Uib I...U . ....lb .'. Bi'M ImI ki. U (l:i.iUili lua ni toast (- l. i., . Ii tU r ll y . t .11 - J HI Th Democratic Mass Mbetiho. On Wed nesday evening the great Mass Meeting of the Democracy came off at the Court House, accord ing to previous notice by bill and order of the Democratic standing committee. The house wsl perhaps three-fourths filled, and on glancing oven we Judge about one-half wore Republicans. Gen. Wm. McCandlcss, candidate tar Auditor General was introduced, who delivered the open ing speech. Ills speech was made up of the' usual stereotype arguments of the party. Tie was followed by Mr. Furry, of WHUamsport, who was more furioHt, which had the effect of .infusing Ore in the breasts of some of his hearers. . , ' Mr. Chalfant, candidate for I.cgir lat-re In this district, was called npnn, who start ed-nt at once upon the wnr path, and denounced alt the Demo cracy who would hot adhere to Onv ft u'lfiulent ticket, aud appealing to them to vole the whole ticket, About this time a staunch ol;l Democrat wished to liiiow why ho was, so anxious to not cut the ticket now, when it was well known that he was a boltor himself two years ago, when ho ranagnlnst the ticket to defeat M,ri Buekulcw. In replying, he used language which as neither polished or pollto towards some, of dtir most re spectable and Influential Democrats; who stood up and denounced Mr. Chalfant ns n llnr.' This part not being on the progrnmff, had1 the effect to bring the whole audlonce $ their feet when the meeting began to assume the nppcarnlico of a Democratic meeting. Coasklerablq low) talking was indulged In, which disstcd.tjY! honest por tion of the Democrats, nnd they begun -to leave tlie room, thus cutting' short Mr. Cuulfunt's speech, and closing the meeting. ' - It appears that Mr. CliMfamvIs twit only nnpo pulur at home, but Is also' much1 'disliked by his intimate democratic friends lu tttiS(?ouu(y. ;"' Tun Fair. Tho Agrtculturht FaTf which cam' off In this" place during this Vcc'Srbvcn' Very successful. The weather oh the (irs, day 'Was very unfavorable, nud tho rut u iuJ.no. moriilug hud the tendency to keep back, a Uirgcmiiouut of slock, farming implements, nnd oilier articles which had been prepared for the occasion. We are informed that u large portion" would lmvo been brought on the' second day, but tlie Com mittee hud announced liiut they could not be en tered after the first day, which certainly was an oversight, as the Committee ngrccd to continue the fair one day longer.. Tucsdny was princi pally devoted In preparing tha articles on the ground for exhibition. About noon the 1. O. of R. M. und lire Department paraded on tho race course, and mndo a handsome display. On Wednesday the weather woe more fa vol able, which resulted In a much larger .gathering of people than has ever assembled nt any County Fair in central Pennsylvania, tho number being estimated nt'from 6000 to 7000 Every train that arrived during the day was crowded, Increasing tho number until the extensive fulr grounds appeared to be a mass of busy, stir ring, happy people, Intent on seeing and cu Joying. Owing to tho great crowd our reporter wus unable to procuro a list of articles on exhi bition for publicutlon. Many of tho articles' were worthy of special notice, of which wo may speak hereafter. Some excellent fruit was exhi bited, such us apples, pears, grapes. Ac. A lot of superior Concord grapes were exhibited by Geo. B. Youugmnn, Esq., which were, perhaps, the finest lu apjicuranco that have been exhibited ut any fair this season. IU B. Musscr also exhi bited varieties of grapes merely, as specimens. There was much interest manifested In trotting mutches. - Somo excellent Stock was entered, and Went over the course which attracted tho atten tion of large numbers of people. On Thnrsdny the principal feature was the trial of steam fire engines. Two steamers wcro eutcrcd,. indepen dent No. 1, of Williamsport, and the Sunbury steamer, No. 1. The contest, for, an iQur, wus most spirited and exciting. Bothcnglncaiire ex-, cellcnt specimens, ami performed admlnibiy. Tho ludciic udctit l a second eui-as ,kAino1iftife," and the Suubury a third class "Silsby" engine. Tho latter took the premium by about 10 feet, 'work ing under 50 pounds lees steam than the WUIIntn sport engine, w hich twice burslud its hose during the contest. , ':- . , - As the Executive Con mittcc agreed to eonUiir no tho fulr one day longer, eousitlemblo more stock was added on Wednesday, and a much finer display wus had limn on the previous day. Altogether the lair wus a most conVpleto suc cess, and convinced all that this is the proper place for tho fair to bo held annually, It Is tho most convenient, uud most central point lu tho county, uud those attending can reach here ii the morning by rail, and return to their homes In tlie evening. There is no douM but that every year will bring larger additions.. Being almost a new thing for our farmers on tills side of the riv er, If continued, will give such encouragement for producing stock that will not bo excel ed In the Statu. As this has been a success, we hope that tho society will give Suubury another chance to still improve ou this first trial. D. II. Railhoao. TIio Danville Mctliwn lias the following notice of the Danville, H miction and Wllkcsbarro R. it., and its r ijector i This road Is about completed from Suubury to a connection with the Lehigh Valley railroad. The untiring and preserving effects or its officers have placed it among the grcut achievements of the duy, especially wbcu It is remembered thut Its conception and construction depended entirely on the exertions of ouo man, now nt its head. This speaks volumes lu favor of his bold enter prise nnd indomitable cucrgy. This road leads In the direction of Now York, but it Is tho Inten tion to continue a line of railroad to connect with the Hartford und Erie, which lalter,Hiough iow temporarily suspended, will be built In due time. The suspension bridge, together i wllli nbout twenty-six miles west of the HucWti, has beeu lei ton party of wealthy gentlemen, hose ability to complete the work is undoubted f This w ill leuve a link of uboul slxly-flve miles to form one continuous line to Boston, fhiugor'K-d llullfti., when the Hartford and Erie l com piKed. l.ok- Ing to the future, it does uot require prophet to forlell the Immense effect this hoft routu will have on the commercial Interest of ihO country. Trade will center ut the sea-board i t(y of Halifax from all the marts of the Old Wurl instead of at Nc Yoik aud Philadelphia, lu stmiv meusure. Tha time required by r II from lUf su-peustou bridge over the Hudauu river to Halifax, Is ouly twenty-two hours kyatcuiu-uut tiny live hours, with greater danger from storms ud a heavier uauraiicu ou nierchuudl-o. This wanted link Is eallod IIm Lehigh aud Kttrfa, bli h, when com pleted, tils p IU Kup ofa continuous aud must direct Hue from Halifax to fllt-burg, I'bleugo, ht. Louis aud Suu FraueUeu. It will h somellilug for the future idtlaens ut ' "" r".-" .i.t. ..I... ... ... .t... I.I...I r 1 lbs uraad liou road, from tha mu board of lbs I 0t lU' ",1JU Ul'.ww w. i . . . . .. . Ma. John llorr-n of ibla plaint, aad hi right srut terribly tiuUmt wail . lu lbs acl of ioupliug car at lbs f. K. K. K. l'p, on Uoud.y U.l, Althouga no boo os m bi.kiu lbs lujutiv ara quiu smUus Aaut'T l.Mily hmm IMwhiW uUis fitmi IIm ul rilui a m waiU um U4 M uu4-I b f- lo- K lu llwlr liauia. T4-)f, riVt) Uk auuibsr r biouyt4 In by fat llt" to uialiaalto. priMWM. 1'kt Ml, sJ lus .bol faaauiri t( IU.. Taa Uik a-ilu.wt of ..llM't bauat k. 4ut't stuie iHiiis am aiiia-4 tha attaallusi sat U a4 saUtaalUi bat mji UI tail On Tuesday evening last, Gen. Kilpatrick ar rived in this ptace on bis way from Frecburg, Bnydor connty, to New Tork, and as no trains left in the evening, maTly of our citizens desiring to hear hint speak, prevailed upon him to address a meeting Itr the Conrt House. Bscveh o'clock the Court lions, was pretty well filled, when on motion, Abraham Blasscr was chosen President, and W. D Todd, and A. N. Brlce, Esqrs., ns 8o crctarles. A committee, composed of Messrs. E. Wilvert, Col. Geo. Wagenscller, and J. K. Da vis, was appointed to wait upon tho General and Invite htm to address the meeting.. The commit-, toe after a short time returned with Gen. KJIput rick, and introduced him to the audience. Tho General said that he hud come to talk of National aUiilrs, that to interfere in local politics would be impertinent in him as a stranger. Ho referred to the sacredness of tho Constitution, but snld It required amendments to keep pace with modorn tlnics, and to abolish slavery, which how gives ns 3000,000 of freemen Instead of slaves. Parties should be examined by their pro fessions, history and present attitude. Tho De mocratic p rty 1ms professions, but no princi ples. He referred to Vnllandlghnm's new depar ture, nud asked what Democrats would think had Breckenridga been elected President. Ho then pictured the Democratic record of the pa.t, nnd compared it with the present altitude ' Ills speech was listened to with the most pro found attention, and Wits well received by the au dience. ' ' .. '''. A New Oyster Saloon. Wo notice that Geo. W. Binlx, late of the Augusta Hotel, litis opened an Oyster Buloou, ou Third Street, nearly oppo-" slto tho Central Jiolel, and is now entering for his. friends ns they call to soo him. As Mr. Binlx has had considerable exieruiuco ns a luud kird, his many fricmls wlrl tie 'happy toicam thut ho has again embarked In a similar' business 'to make thorn happy by filling tho Inner man'. Fiiom the report of the Committee on Music, at tho Northumberland County Fair, wo nre pleas ed to notice the following extract complimentary to the Sunbury Orchestra i ' .,.." "Your Committee would beglcavo,,to mako honorable mention of tho superior inusiq furnish ed by the Sunbury String Baud, and would glud .y award them a premium, but inasmuch as there was no Band present to compete, your Commit tee th'nk they have no power to award a pre mium." ... Goon News pott Soldiers. The Commissioner of Pensions lias revised the bounty laws nnd decided that all who have served In any of tho wars In which this country has been engaged since 1700 and prior to March, 1855, are entitled to 1C0 acres of Inn . Those not having received that amount will be untitled thereto without re gard to length of service provided that they were regularly mustered Into tho United States service. The Year of Disasters. Tho year 1871 will he memorable In history ns tho year of disasters. There have been more collisions of steamers nnd railroad trains more breaking through of bridges more explosions of ultro-glycerlue. Petroleum nnd Gunpowder, Stenmbollcrs, fires, occ. more drowning more murders uud above nil, more deaths by lightning than we have ever known to lie crowded In the space of one short year. Travelino IIi'Miu.-os. Tlie pleasant weather lias put the Itinerant nostrum venders on ti e move It Is Bomcwhiit ustoulshlug Unit people .will persist in patronizing theso adventurers when we linve rellablo stores, whero genuine goods can be bought of our own citizens who pay rent aud taxes nud arc thus assisted In hulldlug up nnd advancing the general prosperity. Every dollar spent with these peripatetic loafers is Just so much money drawn from our midst to t lie do. triment of our storekeepers. We advise our cltl Ecus to patronise our town business people, and let these caudle light und coal oil peddlers "ulono severely." Ejcchaitiju. Somr one "who knows how It Is himself" got oil the following bit of good sense iu very bad yerso : . "Business Is busl icss"so 'lis said, And money Is by business made ; Tlie fact, then, cannot be disguised, That business should be advertised.. Editor's Tubltu . New Cr.ssiB ani Patent Laws. We nre In debted to Munn & Co., publishers of the. Sdmlifle American, New-York, for n neat little bound vol ume of 1.0 pages, entitled as above. It contains the compliitu Census of 1870, showing the Popu lation, by counties, of nil the States und Tun Ho lies, with their Areas, uud tho Population of tho Principal Cities. Also, the new Putenl Laws in. full, with Forms, Olllclal nulen, Directions how to obtain Patents, Copyrights, Regulations lor Trudc-Marks, Assignments, How to Sell Patents, etc. Also, a largo variety Of valuable Informa tion relating to Water-Wheels, Steam-Engines, uud other mechanism, with many useful tables uud recipes, 175 diagrams of Mechanical Move ments, etc. Wc advise every body tu send for It us above. Price, -5 cents. A more valuable coniicndlum, for so small a price, has rarely beeu published. Tux Lauv's Friend roil OrTonEit, 1871. The Philadelphia "Aire" says of this magazine : "One of ils siH-eliilties, Is the nlr ol neatness, and, It we may so describe it, dressiness that sur rounds u. Coining uonui 11 is either careless or slovenly. Eaeli number reminds us of u lady coming dowu to the morning meal in a tidy w rap ier, wuh snowy collar and culls i cool licrsell and refreshing to others. The publishers, in this rsicet, have struck a popular vein, nnd nt the same time, trusting not entirely to appearance, maintain a nll-'li standard ot uterury und artistic xcellencv." Vu may udd that the October nuui- icr Is n gonl specimen ol I no characteristics or the "Agu" refers to. Ils principal engravings are really line, and Its stories ndimrulilc. lUu uittern illustrations and the work-table have u Tactical value for the ladies, uud the Editorial k pni tuieiil lias ulwuys Us own peculiar microti. Price f-.W a year. Four copies, $0. Five .co les (und one grulls.) fx. " 1 lie l.ady r rleud und the "Saturday Evening Post," 4. 'Publish ed by licucou V Peterson, Philadelphia, binglc copies for sale by all News Dealers, and by the PiibilslierH, price rcitttt. tftlnrrinrifs. 9 EVKLASD M Y KK8rAT the ViHn"'ii'f 7be bride's parents, ou Sunday evening, September 'H, 1HTI, by Rev. Wm. II. Snyder, John KvKi.iso uud Mi l.n.i.ix Minus, ull uf HurrUburg. SCIIAFFLK Suddeuly, In Huuburr. on tha -.Mh Insl., at the leslduuce of liar aon-lu-Jaw, J. K. Kleholla, .. CamolinI Dii kks, lie of C. V StJiallle, aged 71 yuan. Interred lu LewUburg ceim tery. Nuulsury iirstlw Produce nrkt. loaaai'TSii waaai-i ar .. 4 oaaiaoaa. (iHAIS bolca WblU 'rtheul II 60 Ilea Amber, Wlulur 1 bo Cora - mi H I 00 Outs, (W Ilia.) 50 U.4 mlf, IVkulur, r so.4 It 00 ' " " barrel Ml Corn Mual, mr vwt., ,.V bO I'.uu.ylkauU Roll M EuuaPr to, a 14 MTa-l)ir4 awf, r lb mw kuiofciul Uutloii iKi l iait lb wa ris---ll Mbita rub, pvr lb It ' Tioa U Cod Via. aiuU .tOHa) VaiaTaia-- l aiuii. i InuUI 1) .1 10 I IM tKl II llt - IINt4 ..... 14 Oai.Jtt4 M M H-aaa, M i-ait U44, " ........ Iaitl r -la 4 pb., ( a t Win., " S4kUll l4aiwiib.. WE MILLION OF LIVES MAVEOt It Is one of the reinarknblo fhcts of this ro mnrkablo age, not merely tlmt so many persons nre tho victims of dyspepsia or Indigestion, but Its willing victims Now, wo i-otild not bo un derstood to say that any one regards dyspepsia with favor, or feels disposed to rank it among tho luxuries of lifo. Fur frotn It. Those who have expcrlnccd :lts torments would scont such an Idea. .All dtend ll, and wonlrl gladly dispense with its unpleasant fMiiiilartles, Murk Tapley, who was Jolly under all the try ing circumstances In. Which ho was placed, never hail nn attack of dyspepsia, or bis jollity would have speedily for saken hlin. Men and women sometimes suffer Its tortures uncomplainingly, but whoever heard of a person who enjoyed them 1 . ? Of all the-mullirarious discuses to which the human system Is llnblo, thcro Is perhaps no ono so generally prevalent ns dyspepslu. There nro diseases more nctitc nnd painful, nnd which more frequently prove fatal but none, the effects ofwhlchnreso depressing to the mind nnd so positively distressing to the body. If thero is a wretched being In the world it Is ' A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. Nearly every other person you meet Is a vic tim, an apparently willing nej for wcro this not tho case, why so ninny sufferers, when n cor tuln, speedy and' safe remedy Is within the easy reach of all who desire to avail themselves of It f But the uiajorlty will not. Blinded by prejudice, or deterred by some other unexplained influence, they refuse to accept tho relief proffered them. They turn a deaf car to the testimony of tho thousands whoso siilVerlugs have been alleviated, and with strnngo in Munit ion, apponr to cling with desperate detcrminatiou to. their ruthless tormentor. Hut says a dyspeptic : What Is this remedy 1 to which we reply i Tlria great allevia tor of human suffering is almost ns widely known as the English language.'' It has allayed thCagonlcs of thousands, nnd is to-rtay carrying comfort and oucourngement to thousands of others. . This acknowledged, panacea Is uouu other than , , ' .... Dr. IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. ' Would you knotv irn'oro or 'the merits of this wonderful medicine than can be learned from the experience of oUiers ? Try It yourseU, hud when it lias failed to fulfil tho Assurance of Its efllcncy given by tlie proprietor, then ubandon faith in it. , : - 'ifET IT BE REMEMBERED, first of all, that IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BIT TERS Is not a rum beverage. ! They nro no alcholic In any snnso of the term. Thcy'ure composed wholly of the pure juice or vltnTprinclpal of roots. This Is Mint n mere as sertion. Tha extracts from which they arc com pounded nre prepared by ono of tho ablest of German chemists. Unliko any other Bitters In the market, tliey nre wholly free from spirituous Ingredients. The objections which hold with so much force ngalnst preparations, of this class, namely that u desire for intoxicating drinks is stiniulntcd by their use, are not valid In the case of the German Bitters. Sn fur from encouraging or inculcating n taste or desire for Inebriating beverages, it mny be confidentially asserted that their tendency Is in n dlametrlcailv rpposlto di rection. Their effects can lie BENEFICIAL ONLY in all cases of tho biliary system, lloof liind'sGeriiian Bitters stand without an equal, acting promptly and vigorously upon tlio Liver ; they remove its torpidity and cause healthful se cretion of bile thereby supplying the stomach with the most Indispensable elements of sound digestion in proper proportions. They give tone to tho stomach stimulating Its .functions, nud enabling it to perform Ils duties us nature de signed it should do. They Impart vigor nnd strength to the entire system, causing tho pntieut to feel like another being In fact, giving him a new lease of life. THEY PURIFY'THK BLOOD, cleansing tho vital lluid of nil hurtful lm purities and supplant ing them with the elements of genuine healthful ncss. In a word,' thero is scarceTy a dlseaso In which they cannot be safely and beucQlclally em ployed i but in that most generally prJvulcnt dis tressing ami dreaded disease, Dyspepsia, THEY STAND UNRIVALED. Now, there nre certain classes of persons to whom cxtremo Bitters are not only unpuiatablc, but who find It Impossible to take them without posi'.ivo discomfort. For such ' Du. IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC bus been specially prepared. It is Intended for use where a slight alcjiolic stimulant is required In connect ion with tlio well-known Tonic pro perties of the pure German Bitters. This Tonic contains ull tlie ingredients of the Ililters,' but so flavored us to reiuo.vo tho text icnie bit larncsa. Tills preparation is not only palut!i'ble, out coin bines, lu modified form, all the lirtursof the German Bitters. Tho solid exvruels of somo of Nature's choicest restoratives nre held in solu tion by a spirituous ugeut of the purest quality. In cases of languor or excessive 'debility, where the system appears to have become exhausted of Us energies, IIOOFLAND'S TONIC acts with almost marvelous effect. It uot 6nly stimulates the llaggiug mid win ting cuergiua, but luvigor utes uud permanently strengthens its uetions ii ou tho Liver and Stomach llioroiifh, perhaps less prompt than the Bitters, when the same quanti ty Is taken la uom ,, """i IhOHjub-Ioh, liiiiiuusucss, Physical or Itoivous Prostration, yield readily to ils ixilent iulluence. It gives the Invalid A new und stronger hold '.upon .life, re moves depressiou of spirits, uud intujres cheer fulness. - it supplants the pnbi of disease with the euso and co mfurt ol pcrleel health. It gives strength to weakness, throws despondency to the winds, and starts tho restored Invalid upon a l.' iv uud gladsome career. But Dr. Hooll.ind's benefactions to the human race nre not confined to his celebrated GERMAN HITTERS, or his invaluable Tonic, llu has prepared another medicine, which Is rapidly w inning its way to popular favor because of its Intrinsic, merits. This is IIOOFLAND'S PODOPHVLLIN'PII.LS, 1 u perfect substitute for mercury;, without uny of mercury's evil qualities. le.se womlerful Pills, which tiro intended to net upon the Liver, nro innlulv composed of Po dophyllum or I be VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE MANDRAKE ROOT. Now wo desire tho loader to distinctly under stand that this extract oHIlie Mandrake is many times more powerful MiaTi the Mandrake Itself. Jl Is the medicinal virtues ol this lieallli-givlng planl iu a perfectly pureand highly eoiuvntiatcil loriii. lleneo It Is Hint two ol tlio I'odopiiyiliu Pills constitute n full dote, while anywhere six to eight or a handful of other prearalioiis of the Mandrake are required. Tim Podophvlllu ACT DIRECTLY ON Till. LIVER, stimulat ing its functions nud cutisliig It to make Its Ul hiry seareliuiik In regular nnd precr quantities. The Injurious results which invariably follow tho use or mercury Is entirely avoldou by their use. But it is uot upon the Liver ontythnl tin Ir pow ers are exerted. T be extract ot 'Mandrake con tained lu llicoi la skillfully combined with four olher extracts, mm of which acts upon the i to mueli, one upon the upper bowels, one upon the lower bowels, npd one prevents any griping cll'ecl, thus producing n pill that Intimites tlie entire digestive' nud nlimentary i-ysteiii, In nil equal und lau uiuiioions inuuliciviuul lu ucilou entirely freu from uuiuya, vomiting or griping pains common to nil other purglUvc. No household should bo w llhonl them. They are perfectly safe, require Let two for an ordi unry done, am prompt and efficient hi action, und wheu used in coiinecilou with Vr. Hooll.ind's Gurman Ililters, or Tonic, may li regarded us lajiluHl epuclllc lu till vuses of Liter Complaint, 1)SH-H,., or uny of the dl-ordeis tu which the sy.lem is ordinarily subject. Tlie I'odopiiyiliu Pills act Uxni the loiuacli und bowel., carriliig nU lii!pro-r ob.l ructions, while the Bluer or Tonic purify Hie blood, slruiiKlhcii uud Invigor ate the flame, glvu luuu uud appetite l tbu lo iuacli, aud tbu build up the Invalid uil.w. Dr iloolluiid, having piovldid iulutual reme dies for dlwuiaa, bus ijivuu the aorld ous main ly for external application, lu I be aouderful pre parallou kuowu us Dr. lloutUud's Uruvk Oil. I bis mi la a sovereign rvumay ioc pam auu a-hes of all kind-. Kiiouinttlt.in, Keuialiilo, To.ahihe, C'bll blali, kpiulus, iluiut, I'alu lu lb U.ok aud Loius, Hniiorui, Ac, As., all yield to ils n tuiuul applUaiiou. 1 Ua uuiolwr b nre ittWl rd by It U aatouUbliiK, uJ ai iuvira-lu. very day. Tukiu koterually, ll Is a curs for lleurt burns, KUIuv iMwatoa, ku-k ll.l.ilu, tola., Iycu Ury. I U.ln4 U'Mba, t isin, l alus lu Iba Blu Uiai a, I olds, Aalhiua, 1 b lirwk till la vumiMjae.! aulliuly of kallui( huuis aid r.allal ull. iba pitiodpla luniu- dioul U aa oily uLl-"i j i'ii.m la lb aouib-lup-ituf lirws. Ilill us a dutruycr i f Miluai truly mjll. 'I buaa4 l Uxu UuSit-4 by ll a, and litel by tbiwa ko aiaski4UMl wilt HoJioogaly eonilava tbstu ol IW litMllioaU'i !- 1b.a uu.Mll-a -ill b- taot by ttprM lu auy loMiiiy, Ma apolUatuHi lutUa I'iiuhi'Is I'lllia, 4 lb Ikxui.m K4Mue Hull, ku, Jl, Aub I'uia u. v,ss, fi..pibir. fiwa.i( ('. Uj M hail CO. II... i.tuiIUa li k. by I Im.uk 1. 1 ioi4..p u4 M4i-U. !.. ixyal.iitf. July W, lfl -ly. o cto bbediscmcrtts. JJARDWARE FOR ALL AT Til B " 1IARDWAHE STORE ' . OF J. H. CONNELLY & CO. Market Mrci't, Nanbury, l'n. It Is useless to enumerate every kind of article In his Store, but among the loading Items may be set down the following i Iron, Steel, Lend, Scttlos, Steelyards, . Grlodstones, Nulls of all kinds and sizes, ' Vices, Saws, Tlnncs, Sieves, Chnlns, Axes, Brass nnd Iron Kettles, Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Spades, Rakes, Hatchets, Carpenter and Blacksmith Boring Mtiehincs, Cellar Grates, Drawing Knives, Stone Sledges, Plasterers' Trowels, Masons' Hummers nnd Trowels, Hand Dinner Bells, and largo cast iron Bells for School Houses nnd Farmers" Bluffer -Bell, Carpenters' Bench Screws, Potato Forks for digging potatoes, Looking Glasses, Twine, Ropes, ., Knives nnd Forks, Spoons, Tacks, Mulo uud Horse Shoes nnd Nulls, Hammers, Augurs,- ' Cliisols, Lanterns, Oil Cloths, Rrooms, Locks of ull descriptions, Coffee Mills, Hit. ami Braces, Cnrrlago Bolts of nil kinds, T.ilnt nnd Wall Brushes, llqckutst . Oils, YiU'iiisIiCM, J a in ns. Lye, Soda Ash, Washing Soda, rAI.T OF ALL KI.I in Oil or Dry, Parti-Colors ol'nlt kinds, CUDAlt-WAHK nud other Wooden-Ware of nil kinds and very cheap, Hay-Fork Pulleys, Pick", Mill Picks, Levels, Level Glnssca, Files, Hinges, Coal Oil, Hems, Combs, Screws, Saddlery and Hboc rindlngs. Buggy Trimmings, Excelsior Glass Cullers. Pocket Knives, Scissors, Shears, Shot, ':: mill I'ovulor, and a icreat variety of other articles. Any liiing Wanted and not on hand, will be ordered at once. Sunbury, Aug. Ill, 18; I. Tlie Clothiers, S, l Cor, m E MARKET ST2. PHILADELPHIA,' Now have tho most Com plete and Handsomest StockofFincRcaay-IvIadc Clothing1 for Gentlemen's, Youths'; Boys', and Chil dren's Fall and Winter Wear ever manufactured hy any establishment in this country. The Styles arc the Very X n ne The Fairies are of tho Best Quality. The Make is Superior, and the Prices arc" the Lov est ever charged for the " same class Goods. tsy-Ycu are ccr&ially in vited to visit Call Hall this Season, and inspect the various Designs and Qualities-inquire Prices, and, if you see any article you like, to .make a Pur chase. tsrFclite Attention always given. r Chilclren's Department on the First Floor. gt Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of Every .Descrip tion. ss-The Largest and most Thoroughly Organised Custom Department in Philadelphia, with a Magnificent Stock cf Fiece Goods to Hake to Grcter. No Cotton-Mixed Goods used. i Samples, .with Easy Rules for Solf-Keasure-xnent, sent l)y mail to any address on applica tion. OAK HA?! h Ingest CbtHrj Hoa a aacor.cth&MAmv ST1 PHILADRLPHIA. M IMTOU'N Midi 1'.. lu Iba l mill uf t'uiiiuiuu I.u uf Noi lliuiulu r lauj vuiuily. II. (iliwuu, ) KI Ki Vii. 10.1, Auijn.i . I'.lin, 171. M. II. (tiUmi, H .iue, 1 H r4 N. UU. A UK u.l r. Ttiui, lT. Hiuici, ) 'I b. Au.lllur u' oluli J by lh Co irt la lu.iku dUltibulluu ut lb- fuu.U Mu lutiHiM aiuiu.' uu Uualaina auu, alll iu1 Ibu nil. li.iun-li I In! Iba ui-u. l M -'h.iuIiii'mi, uu 1 t.lay, lk lllb U-y u(lkUUr, lull, .t I t ulllc In II.. bufuugll ul Huubuiy. '. J. K. UiVIrt, A..lilui. Hui.buiy, H4-iuUf V3, ltt- At. UM M II tM k:, ibnj iimi, .i iu. a.,, al alilkK, r., ii . Um, t-i-.il-i. Maiut lu: iij U at .ii b'.uM. VlU, Kaa au4 1'iu.v. lu.li lJf' i..u. Uui'i bau I .-4 .4 n -. y 1 l.i U .f alut. I t.,.ait .1 IU. b.i- ' y i..IU ..I Uv u, . a 4U -.l... 4 - 1 aay ty l)i.J iM.n l Ik. tui. IX l.'W ly. Wanamaker & kmi AN HtIIlVAK:Kr Regulating tlio Mar ket in the Borough uf Sunbury. Brction 1 Be it ordained by tho BnrireBses and Town Council of tho Ber6h;h of Sunbury, nnd It is hereby orilulncd by authority of the aumc) That from and after tho-"assume of this ordnance thcro ehftll bo hold two (.) markets in eiich week dur ing the yenr, to wit ; On Wailnoadn'y and Siitur duy. The market honra shall ho between tho hours of four nud nine a. m., during tho months of May June, July August and September, nnd between tho hours of live nnd ten a. in., during the remainder of the year. And ench nud every person who shall buy or sell anything In tho mnr knt, befora tho hours appointed for openliip tho murkct, aforesaid, shall pu n. flno of ono ($1) dollar for each and every oirenco, and tho costs. Provided homver, thut oc.enpnnts ofshops or store houses or stands on side walks within the Uorongh mny sell at nil hours during scculur dnys, except on market dnys they shall not Bell before regular market hours. Section 2. No person or persona, shall be permitted to peddle or vend on the Btrccts of this ltorough.nliy egga, meat, butter, poultry fruit or vegetables, from Wagons carts or other con-. veynnces,on any day of tho week except on regu lar market duy9, ami on such days only after tho !! flteil above fur 1 etoxiny I Ik raid tuarkaft, un der n penalty of livu dollars for each nnd every oireucc. . " Sixtios 3. That market stlcct, from Second to Fifth strcct.bo cleslguuteU ns he nmrket place, extending nlong the line of the curb from Second street along tho south slth; of Market to Fifth street, theuco along tho ' north siilo of Market street to second street, he designated ns the only limit, within which-nunket wagons bo allowed to stand within the Borough ou said market days. The clerk of tho market ahull.. ot ' otl'utiitions to those desiring to occupy tic saue regularly, nnd shall have general supervision over tho market place, en us not to nllow -Ruy luteffbrcnco with the Btutlons selected. - ..... 0 , Section 4. Tlmt no otic sliaTl .o hllowed to occupy nny station selected bn rfiA mafket days tinlesH by (wi nilt, friiin. the. niuslnr ocoupaut. or tho clerk of .hu minkeX, nmbjsux licrsjn or per sons violation? this section bii.iIV bo fined one dollar. for each and every oH'encei. ' - Suction 5. It shall lie the ilHty-of tlio clerk of the market to keep the streets qlened of all rub bish, refuse or nny dirt left on theiti by the iharket wagons, nnd in tho winter to . iuivu tho snow leveled so Hint wagons und, other vehicles can eonveiiciitly back up to tlic cilvlj, nnd see that meat, butler nnd other nuirkttiiig sold by tho pound is weighed upou scales j.tlie uso of spring balances in said market being hereby prohibited aud it shall be his duly to prosecute for nil breaches thereof. Ho shall weigh, try and ex amine nil bread, butter, lard anil other provisions purporting to be of a given weight or measure, which arc found In tlio market, und if found de ficient in weight shall sei?.o Hie same, nnd con demn it for the use of the iaid Borough. Section 0. That no pcrmo shall, during mar ket hours, buy or ciiuso to bo bought, nny articles of piovisions, fruit, or other commodity whatever for tho purpose of retailing or reselling the same. Suction 7. That If any pcrsou or persons shall sell or bring to market for sale, any bread, butter; lard, fruit or other provisions, iu lumps, loaves, tubs vessels or parcels, as or for a greater weight or measure than tho true weight or meusure there of, or shall supply any device for imposition or f ru ltd lu Hie sale of any provisions, tlie said articles so oll'eredfor sale,, euall bo forfeited to the uae of tho Borough. Section 8. That nil beef, pork, mutton, In mb veal, aud all kinds of ponltry.mid tish, mi l nl 1 oilier nrticlcs of food whatever, Hint shall be brought to the market or publicly exposed to sale lu the Borough, and shall be found diseased, tainted, or In nny manner rendered unwholesome or unlit for use, and nil veal which when killed shal' not have been of thonif of four (4) weeks, be forfeited, and ihu person or persons ex posing the same for salo shall moreover, in con nection thereof, forfeit nnd pit u Uiie of tlvo dol lars for the use ot Hie Borough. . Suction 9. That for uny nud every Infraction or violation of any of the provisions of this ordi nance, (not otherwise provi4ql for,) the offender or offenders shall be lined in any sum not less than three, nor more than ten dollars, nt the descietlon of the Burgess ot nny Justice of the I'cacc of the said Borough, before whom the offen ders may be prosecuted to conviction. All tints; imimsed by this ordiiianca 'aiiaJl be recovered ns i herein provided for, and nbal bo i paid into the Borough Treasury. Suction U, Tlmt rill Vftnrltut ordinances here- tofore passed, uud uueonsisteut herewith, arc hereby repealed. And lie it further or da'.nnV 'by tft IJ'trgcxtet and Tctcit (Wfil, That 01ifrsuil:ib.o person, a. citizen of the said Borougli.oi' biv.ilmiy, chilli be appointed by .tho Burgesses, ail :1 Town Council, us clerk of Hie murkct, for said Borough. ' Who shall attend all market ' dreys, aud cause nud remilato thu market fully as stipulated in the ordinances regulating the markets. To cause iv record to be kept of each day's vi'ueeedlngs,ut the cud of every three mouth, -ui)d at the expiiation of his tcrm'of otliee, his accounts shall bo audited by I lie Auditing coiniuiueeof ilie Borough. Section li. That the wild-clerk of the market shall receive the sum of i:'..M for every day In attendance on said inaiki t days. By Older of the Conueil. Attest i HANUO. HELM, Burgess. Jacou Kixi'uu, Clerk. Sept. 5th 1871. WM. Ml'KUAY. 1. SLAYMAKER. " WM. n. IlLACK. SVSURRAY & CO., Wholesale Dealers in MACHINERY AND BURNING OILS, Ollice nnd School Stationery, -'rluliuKi Wrapping aud Mauilla PAPERS, lMl'EK UK., Ac, etc. Tlio C'ek-bratt'iV Corry Kerosene llurning Oil always on liar..'. laving nli-o opened a COAL YARD, wu are prepared to supply al short notice, and t.t the lowest raU, lx. a, STUVK, Ulkl i- I'KA COAL to ail who may be pleased to ive us n call. Order- left lit our ul'.W. N. .1 i'.ouili 'ihild St., will be promptly liCi-.!. Ml'KUAY &. CO. No. I.-) S..ulii Third Sttvitj r-.ii.b'.iry, Pa. Aug. .ii, U-ll. .. Al lU l ttlt'H Milll i:. riUlK uuderluncd hiving b.-iti iipppo'.iitcd an , 1 Auditor by th.t l)rpb in' (Mirl, in uii-l l'r tlio countv of Nortbuuibtfrhitid, 4l liinke illMrl blition ol llie bnlume of iiKint.y iu Iho bauds ul Frederick Uihm-r, Adi'ilul-lintor of tlio ei-t itu : ol lieurge Kwenk, dccriitxtl , will linit all puilu. Intere.ted for that p'.irptMC al Ilia ollice, lu " 1'iiiy, uu Kii-I.iv, Hi- l ah il.iy of October, A. !., IMl, ul 10 o'clock, A. M. a. w. 2ii:Gi.i.u, St-14. 0. InTI.-Si. Audilor. 1. N. MAUSH Xl.'H O I t 14 ... , l. f I'ouuajlvuulu, I'll I.HI II I, Aue.u.l VS, llil. T IIIS IS III t.lVH. Mil H i: i Tli.il uu the all duv of Aulii .1, A, I'., Ik'I.ii an. 1. 1 In li.tii.ri.pt. y u.t. iue-l ugalu.l the olalo i l John P. I'111'..'ll, of Himbury, In ll e I ounly ft Noilhuuiliei laud, and hlato uf IViinr i hunt i, alio l.iui luo-ii adjudged a lliiliu I. uu bi. u Is I Hi. -U Ibal Hie l' l) Ulelil of uu) U IU. . . I . I le-iivi-i of auy ioKliy Wlouliik' l i aiiti. ll.iu. iui4 lu bliu or br bl. liar, ali i Ibe li.tn.br uf I uuv prowil by him aiu tuibi.l.bii l.y lu i lli.il a in-. Uu. uf lhi I u-illiur. ul tliu. Ui ll.i.i -i, I lu piui llt if D. I.I., ai. l lu chiMoa unc ..r u I ihuhwi wl In. t.l.tle, H lw held -I a I -ull "I ll.i.ki n l.v . li Ul bIJei i.l huiibiuy, In lliu I louul) of N.iilliuiiiWiUiol, I'-ra J il.H b Ikl- vli.'i, 11' llir, on lUo JI aV ul t.UOt- Ur, A t'., Uii, at I. u'k'.ik. 4 M. A sit lllxrt II, I' . VI. i. L.I, a. Ilw.i'i. .-l. '., I ill. -I. Th t rit.fi.titu ut latalU. 1l UI.I-..HI a. a -aii.o-K a-4 I t s M i.l . - , ...... --4 ' -"' I'un , M Jkl....iy, , l"i' I It" ' "I ' I i ' VI.. ll.. b uui. IM"-I tlu I -'l -l I. . ... .v.tll.. I " .- -v. Atn.-.. ,rti4IU. MaWtU. ll. I a, in ia.fHimcctts. FARM FOR SALE. rriflE timlerslgncd having n lnrgcr tract of land; ' JU (over 200 acres) than can bo properly culil- vi.n-u in t.iio mi in, mrgeiy ucvoled to trucking, oilers for sale nbout one, 100 ncres, embracing the whole of tho old Pcrelng farm, together with a part of tho Uuhlin farm. I no nam nil advantages or the part offered for sale, are in all respects equal for gardening pur poses, to those of tho part reserved. My own gar denlng for the past two seasons has been chiefly dono ujioii It. Thero nre many good farmers In this county, barely mnkiug a living nt ordinary grain farming, who might greatly advance their Interests by giving some attention to trucking upou a farm so well adapted to the busiuess ns the ono now otter ed, nnd so convenient to one ol tho very best mar kets In tho State. Terms rcusonubio. For par ticulars inquire of, or address WILLIAM I,. N ESBTT, Jiily8-tf. ruxinos, North'd Co., I'n. fllACIBIMi KIIOl AND IKOM i'Ol'SIDKV. GEO. KOIIU13ACII & SONG, Nunbnry, I'onn'n, INFORM the public tlmt they nro prepared w do all kinds or CASTING'S, and having added a new Machine Shop hi connection with their Foundry, uud have supplied themselves with New Luthes, Pinning and Boring Machines, with tho latest Improvements. With the aid of skillful mechanics, they nro cuabled to execute nil orders of ' NEW WORK OR REPAIRING, that may be gjlvcn them, lu. a satisfactory man ner, i tilrnis lo Htiit nny Move. IRON COLUMNS, for churches or other build ings, of all sizes. BRASS CASTINGS, &c. Omasieatal Iron Fenci2K FOR GRAVE YARD LOTS. .v. ' .. ysitAKDAHs,-. .FOR YAItDS AT KESIDENCKi",-AC-.-C. . ' Tl.e PLOWS, already eelcbrntrd for their su periority, have been ( till further improved, uud will always be kept on baud. Also, THRESHING MACHINES. Siinhiiry, May 0, 1S71. A- Ivd ! 3" D IvX. Z! 3ST T TO THE . Constitution of 'Pennsylvania. JOINT KESOLUTION PropoBing na Anic.utliucnt to the Coustitu tiou of l'untiBylvftuia. lie it Itemized by the Senate and 7i;s nf Eepre. tciUatiiiK nf the Vommmimalth uf rcuntytvania, in General AttenMy met, That tlie following amend ment of tlie Constitution of the Conimouweultb. be proposed to the people for their adoption or rejection to tlio provisions of thu tenth article thereof, to wit i AMENDMENT. Strike out the Sixth Section of the Sixth Arti cloof tho Constitution, ami Insert in lieu thereof the following : "A tate Treasurer shall' bo cho'cn by (ho qualified electors of the Stale, ut such limes and for such terms of service as shall bj prescribed by law." . JAMES II. WEBB, Speaker of the House of Representatives. . "WILLIAM A. WALLACE, Speaker ol the Semite. Approved the fifteenth day of June, Anno Do mini one thousaud eight hundred and seventy ouc. JOHN W. GEARY. ' Prepared and certified for pnblicatiou pursuant to tho Tenth Article of thu Constitution. F. JORDAN, Sueretury of the Common wealth. Ollice Secretary of the Coniinonwualth. ) Harrbburg July 5th, 18T1. Aug. 5, 1S71. Merchant Tailoring. J. M. KUKTIAN, In the Post Olllcc Building, opposite tho Depot, (up stairs,) . SUNUUKV, l'ENN'A, Informs his friends and the public generally, that he has Just opened n large and arictl ti'a soitmcut of C'lolhs, ('UKNiisicrcs, Vcst.r.Rf, etc., which will bo made tin to order In the hilit styles, and warranted to fit. Gentlemen lu want of fashionable cuita are vited to call and examine his block. SHIRTS scientifically aud practically cut nnd mudo measure. lt; MJ KIrii. We furnish tlie above styles of Improved yoke and rack shirt wllh entirely new sliape sleeve, and guarantee a perfect lilting shirt. It is tho best model of n shirt ever otl'ered to the trade. Fine and fancy shirts made to order. J. M. liOSTIAN. June 3, 1S71.-CIH NOTICE is hereby given that application will be mado at tho next session (1-7:2) of the Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania for tho incorporation of n bank, under the name, stylo and litloof'The Sunbury Dime Savings Bank," to be located nt Sunbury, Northumberland conn ty. Pa., witli such powers nnd prlvilcdges, and for such objects us nre usually granted to Insti tution of like character with a capital of $o,()00, and with the power of lucre-using the same, by u vole of the stockholders, to 300,000. Sunbury, July 10, 1S71. TlIU INGREDIENTS THAT COMPOSE UOSADAUS aro liul.lislu J on ovory package, tlioro liro it is ca eocret p'ejMrution, consequently Ipnvciriivo rprceinrc it IUigill.1.10 ILbdVHl-U A. Itij a cerluin euro lor Scrofula, Syphilis in ull ils fv.rins, Klieuma Ihiii, t'lin IliHcasei, Liver Com lilaiB nri c!l disi'&cc of thu lilood. :o::e zzztjz ct r.:ArA3 will do innro gooil lliau ten bottlea of 1I10 Syrups of 8ripiU'illa. THE UNO-RSIGNCO PHYSICIANS liavj laed "...-eulal.i i 1 tlairpraetieo lur thu p.iit three years uud freely M uuduiso it ua a reli;il Iu Alteralivu 1 hi and liloml i'ur.lier J JU D't. T. C. l'l'iiH.i.f ZO? DM. T. J. BOVKl.V, her. llaltimcia. t Ilk It. W. f All It. Oil i U. li ANN HIV. IX lK. .1. a. bi'Ablvti, ul Nu buUivlllr, itjX ru (iJ J- M'AUT1IA, t'ulumbi.. fTft ' A. li. NtiULkii, KUb-uuib, N. C. g --i ' - - 1 U.rD AKD INDORSED BY 3. II. U.Nv.-ll b bONS, 1 Uni t, Mat.. l v. hlllTll, Ju'kiua, Mull. . y. v 111 1 i.i.u tiu,., t.hu.- II HII I Liu.. Hi. 1.,. I !l Wl S 1 11 ,o..i'l...mill.., '.. h.l ll l . II Mi t'Al l I N, Muil,v. tufvi '1 fall. Our afft. ill iitl .lli.w il .ity r . tru.i. iitmi. li rvUli. a la Hi. .ul 1. .ol UomiJaL,. 'I.llit UlHlll.l 'ii:i ...tuit . . Ku.i.i.lt. 4 I luttf It. I U . i ..f I., u v I Lt-y I ttr iivil 1.1 II. lii4ii.t-i. 1I dl..l Ul I, .uj lu lit. .lUulnl t. y Ua Uu44.UI... uttJ )4 tttll l l-luiv 14 I...HU U-m I.Ii. l I.l l-y W.r.iu., .1.. I.-U U-lll. 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