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SUN BURY, MARCH C, 3874. Railroad Time Table. AKKIVAL 1MI KEI'ARTTKEOK TUAIXS AT Sl'N'llVKY. X. C. U. W.. South. P. A E. R. U. West. E'mira Mail, 11.15a m i Erie Mail, 5.15 a ra Erie Mail, 12.55 " Kcnovo Ac. 11.10 am Buffalo Ex. 2 50 " I Elmira Mai'. 4.10 pm HarrisburgAc. 8.10 p ra Uuttalo Ex, 7.10 " srsm'KT in lewistown k. r. Leave Sunbury for Lewistowu at C.35 a. in., and 4.20 p. :u. Arrive at Sunbury from Lcwtslown at 1.35 and C.55 p. in. SHAMOKIN HIVISIOS, X. C. K. W. l.KAVB I AltKIVK Express, 11.45 a in j MaM, ..30 a m Mail, 4.30 p in Express, 4.00 p iu An accommodation train leaves Sliamokin at 7.10 a m, arriving at Ml. Carmel at 7.40 a in. Returins, leave Mt. Carmcl at 7.00 p in, arriv ing at Shamokin 7.30 p tn. DANVM.LK, ntZLETOS & WILKEHIUK1U K. K. leaves Sunbury at 645 a. in., for York. Re tarn at 4.10 p. m. Accidental Insurance Tickets cna be had of J. Sliipman, Ticket Agent, at tlie Depot. Wluter Arransement Tor (lie Post Odiecat Nnuburj, I'su Vffice Open from C.50 a. m., to S p. r.. except on Surulain. TIME OF ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS'. Arrives as follows : From the East at 5.15 a. in.. 4.10 p. in., " South, 5.15 a. m., 4.10 p.m. " West, 5.15a. m.,11.15 p. m.,4.10p. in., North.1.50 a. m.,11.15 a. m., 4.10 p.m. Shamokiu, Mt. Carmel and points on that line, U.25 a. in., 4.00 p. in. Mails close as follows : For the East, 5.45 a. in., 10.50 a. in., 4.50 p. m. " South. 10.50 a. ni., 4.50 p. m. 8 p. in. " Wert, 10 50 a. ui., 3.50 p. in., S.00 P- in. " North 3.50 p. m., 8 p. iu., Sliamokin proper 11.15 p. m. Shamokiu aud offices on that route, 4.20 p. m. Money orders will not be issued after 6 p. in., on Saturdays. J. J. SMITH, P. M. finsincss locals. ; 3? TnE Improved Ghovek & Laker Sewing Ma .bine. These eelehralcd machines are offered At the most reasonable rale. For particulars apply to D- G. Kl'T.. Aircnt, Feb.22,'73.-ly. Upper Augusta township. Caromse Dalic, dealer in Musical Instru ments and 8c win? Machines, Market street, near Third. Sunbury, Pa. Call and eram'me the best Organs, Melodcons, Sewinir aud Kniltinir Ma chines iu the market. Always on hand the Es tey, Silver Tontrue, Smith's American. Mason it Hamlin Onratitt. Orders taken foi all kinds of Pianos and Musical Instruments . The Peoples' Favorite Sewing Machines : Do:nest:e and G ro ver & Baker. Persons purchasltiir machines from me. wiil receive instrucliius. Fir.-t-class Knitting Machines for sale. Dcniso the pleatant weather hundred of per sons avail themselves of the opportunity of set ting the most correct photographs, ut Bai'tlctl's Gallery, opposite the City Hotel. Every one that patronizes Bartktt appears to lie satisfied with his work. J. F. Sciiaffeh, o Third street, below Mar ket, keps the largest variety of cloths and cas simcr', and makes up the mo;-t fashionable suits for gentlemen. Orders promptly filled. As the spring is now upon us, so are the latest ' spring styles of boots and shoes, just opened at I W. H. Miller's Excelsior Boot and Shoe Store, on Market street. There is no establishment in the country that excels Miller's in boots and shoes. For the best and cheapest Furniture go to B. L. Raudrubush's store, in Masi nie buildings. Everything in the furniture line is kept for ialc, and upholstering and rcpair'mgof furniture done at short noiice. A vekv large assortment of Hats and Caps arc open at the store of S. Fuust, Market Square, near the Court House. His assortment is not surpassed anywhere for beauty, durability ami cheapness. Oil', aud see the latest t-tyleg. Slixixg Ot T. D. A. Finney, of the popular Pry Goods and Grocery store on Market street, Is now selling out his stoc k at reduced price. His stock consists of all the latest styles of Dry floods, Boots cud Shoes. Notions and Fresh Groceries in great variety. Those wishing to make bargains should call early. iioral Affairs. WASTED. Canvassers in every town and township to procure subscribers this paper. A liberal per centage will be allowed sufficient to make it an bject for any one who desires lo make some thing during these panic times. For further particulars address the proprietor or call at this vffice. Persons wanting Business Cards printed will find at this office an assortment of suerior qual ity and printed in the latest styles. Cards or en velopes printed nt the lowest rates As an advertising journal, the "American" is ; not excelled, as it lihS a large aim constantly in creasing circulation. As a means of securing the trade of Northumberland county, it presents ad vantages which no live business man can afford lo disregard. Colts ani Cows For Sale. Three threc jrenr old and two two year old colts, and several fresh milch cows are offered for sale by Ihe un dersigned, residing near tlie Northumberland bridge, iu Upper Augusta township. Apply to nirhG 3t. Geokge W. Stuck. Washington Camp, No. 19, Patriotic Order Sous of America, of this place, are issuing invi tations to lucir Fifth Anniversary, on the 13th inst. They will celebrate it iu the Red Men's Hall, on Market street. Jacob Yoi novan, Esq., one of the composi tors in the AMriurAN office, has been spending the past week in Washington city, looking after the interest of a patent valve, of which he is the inventor. We wish friend Jacob success in se curing a patent, and hope lie may realize his most sanguine evjiectations. VYm. R. Howard committed suicide nt Wilkcs Barre, recently, by taking cyarridcof potassium. Prof. E. A. Alien, who formerly visited this place during Courts, and selling patent medi cines, died iu Philadelphia last week. Foot-racing srenit to be very popular in all portions of Schuyikiil county. Ti:r. spring bonnet will be very large and w ill turn up on one side and dow n on the otln r, something in the cavalry style, they say. Of course the girls will look Killing in them that is, the pretty ones. The Wattoiitotrn Urturtl is advocating pave ments iu that borough. R gbt, John ; after they are once laid your citizens will wonder how they done without them. McEwFNSTii.l r. had a silver wedding lately. G. W. Armstrong and lady celebrated their twenty-fifth nnuivcrsary of married life and re ceived the congratulations oftheir fiiends. TnE Young Men's Christian Association of Scranton propose a new branch of work in a jewing school, for the puipose of teaching to a arge class of young girls who are, by unfortu late circumstances, deprived of home instruc ion. We hope this project may be a success, or it is a step in the right direction. Life has few charms for the dyspeptic, which i not to be woudered at when we take into ae ount the amount of bodily and ineutal suffering hat this distressing malady generates. The Vruvian Syrup (a protoxide of iron) lias cured Wusaiid who were suffering from this disease. JHip Van Winkle will be produced at V inger's Hll to-inorrow evening, by J. W. arucr's troupe. RonneRT. On Wednesday night the house of 1. NefT, of this place, was entered by a irglar, through a back door, w bo managed to ter the Bleeping room of the Colouel and re ved him of about one hundred dollars iu ney, a pair of gold spectacles and a pocket ife. In the morning, when the Colonel awoke, missed his clothing, which had been scattered t the ball and the pocket rifled of their routs. The Washington Steam Fire Engine, pur chased from Messrs. Silsby & Co., Seneca Falls, New York, lately, arrived safe at this place on Wednesday evening of last week. The engine is a beauty and gives general satisfaction. The cost of the machine is f 7,200, inclui'ing 1,000 feet of hose and two hose carts. On Saturday she was tested, aud gave satisfaction to the pur chasing committee, composed of T. S. Shannon, H. J. Waltz, S. S. Hendricks, W. 11. Miller and P. M. Shiudcl. On Monday another trial was had, when she threw water as follows: l-l test 206 feet, inches, through 1'.,' inch nozzle and 200 feel of hose. .':id test 212 feet. 6 inches, through Ha inch nozzle aud 200 feet of hose. 3d test 210 feet, two streams, through '' inch nozzle and 200 feet of hose each. 4th tefct 1'.2 feet, three streams, through ?t inch nozzle aud 200 feet of liose each. 5th test l'.ts feet, one stream, through 1 inch nozzle and 1MM feet of hose. 0th ttsl 30 feet over Couit House steeple, one stream, through 1 inch nozzle and 3iK) feet of hose. 7lh test 4 feet over highest point of steeple, two streams, through .' nozzle and 8 feet of hose each. After the trial tiu engine was accepted by the committee, and placed in the Good Intent Fie Company's house, on Fourth street. The engine is not quite paid for, and the company will hate to rely on the generosity of our citizens to patronize their Gift Conceit to make up the amount. With this engine. Sunbury has as complete a fire depattuicnt as any town iu the St.itc. Every citizen who lias not yet invested in the com pany's enterprise should do so, as they havt Dot only au interest at slake in keeping up the fire department, but also a chance to draw a hand some amount of money. Two Emtohs in LrcK. In our last we no ticed that Col. Neff would kill his fat porker or. Friday, and that considerable of an amount of stamps had been invested in guessingthc weight of his hogship. Little did we expect that our two neighbors, the editors of the Ga-.ette aud the Democrat had ever been studying higo!ogy. Hut such is life. The editors aforesaid had invested, though strictly opposed to gambling ; they had seen 'through" the ways that are dark, and each went their pile, amounting to ten cents, to win the coveted prize. As they had never seen the hog, they resolved '.a "go it blind," the edi tor of the Democrat leading otf. The editor of the Garette, believing his neighbor a better j initio of pork than Himself, managed to lind out his exact figure, viz : 5S1, and put dowu the same amount, so that he mi. ht share iu the good iue ; of his neighbor. Well, when the porker was weighed he balanced the 5S1 lbs., and the cditoi of the Gazette readily seized tlie piize box and was at out to decamp, when the editor of the Dtiitocrat reminded him of his interest, anil that there must be a "divv." About this time tin- butchers looked wofullychnp fallen at their own poor gue ssing projieusity, but then the editors denied all conspiracy. One butcher declared that he. had n.ade a sausage forty feet long, and that lie could not be mistaken. Various plans were then suggested between the editors of how lo dispose of so large an amount of money, viz: $22.50 each, as neither had seen such an amount at one time since they were in the printing busi ness. For once '"they felt happy," and used their best endeavors to make all their friends happy. Congratulations he aped iu upon them, particularly on the part of their cied'lois. Tlie devils of both offices held a coiiMiitiilion. in nii- i tieipation of their pay. The jours "smiled" a ! few, and for a dav all felt themselves us rich us Rothschild, and all the while making months at the butchers for not having a faculty for ing. Joe butchers were tlie oniy individuals that were who declared that no more tender steak should be served to editors, a.id that long sausages were "played out." Wearc informed that Lot li editors intend to re tire from the piintlng bu-iness, to stablisii a guessing school. The Shootino Afj-'aiu at Slumokin. The Shamokiu lhrahl of last week gives the follow iuf further particulars of the shooting atl'air iu that place on Tuesday night of last week : Tuesday night lat Joseph Levins, the keeper of a saloon iu Coa! township, shot James Mahan, iuflicting (it is believed at this writing Wed nesday) mortal wounds. The shot entered the abdomen of Mal.an. He, however, succcedud in making his way to tlie house of a neighbor, where he now lies. 1-e.ins came to town and surrendered himself up to 'Squire Caldwell, who committed him to ihe county jail. The follow ing depositions, taken before 'Squire Caldwell, contain the facts in the case : JOSEPH LEVINS STATEMENT. James Mahau and myself left M. Flaheity's hotel about 10 o'clock p. in. He iusirted on taking my arm and we walked that way until we came to the bridge above the Luke Fi Hi r breaker, when he ordered me to walk over or be would shoot me. (1 saw no pistol.) We then went into my house and there he commenced quarreling with me. He jumped up and said r "Now Jo, you and me for it," and repealed il several times. He then made a motion as if about to draw a pistol lroiu bis pocket, when I li red. JAMES MAUAN'S STATEMENT. In the belief that I, James Mahau, may per haps die from the tll'ects of the wounds received, j make tlie following voluntary statement of the ! circumstances which led to the shooting and the ac,.ouut of Iir;Ilg of llie liy Jo.-.pli Levins ut me, on Tuesday night, the 24th day ol Febru ry, 1ST4. About 10 o'clock 1 was at Michael Flaheity's hotel, in the borough ol Shamokiu, smoking my pipe; Michavl Haley and Patrick Mahan were also there ; I started to go out and had ho:d ot the door knob, when Thomas Couiioeton said : "What is jour hurry ; slop urn! take a drink be fore you go." Mr. Levins said that he (Levins) was not so drunk fur a long time before. Mr. C'onnootoii said to Joseph Levins : "Jim Mah.iu is here and will accompany you home." I had a few words, on business, to say to Mr. Connoc lon, and look him outside. I told Joseph Levins "I'd be back in a few minutes." When I came buck Levins and I started for home and walked along peaceably until we got into Levins' house. The best of my opinion is, he invited me iu. lie told me to take a chair aud walked out. He soou came back, and, holding the pistol close to my body, said : "take that," aud fired il oil. Levins and Mahan are brothers-in-law, hut il apjiears there has been home ditUculty existing between them fur a long time, and wlieii' Vcr they got on a spree the tioubic would be brought up. Levins has always borne the character of a quiet, peaceable man. i 'on vention. On Saturday evening, rK 2Sth, delegates from the several councils coin posing the loih district of Pennsylvania, Jr. O. IT. A. M.. convened in Mechanics' Hall, Dan ville, and Ihe following olllceis were elected to serve for the ensuing term : D. S. C W. II. McCarty, Dauville. Dist. V. C John L. Ru.-sel, " " W. J. E. Colt, Northumberland. " C John B. Met o.v, Danville. " t'-ec. Lloy.! Savage, Sunbury. " Trcas.--John B. O'Connor, Danville. " I. S. Rune. W. Smith, Milton. " ). S. Sam. Stroh, Sunbury. Organist, Jno. It. O'Connor. Committee on Laws G. V. Albcck, Jno. 1!. O'Connor, W. P. Smith, Lloyd Savage, Mike Wolliuger, llowiird I.oi.gi n, J. E. Colt and J. L. Tracy. The Convention adjourned io meet in Sunbury the third week in March. A Fine Entertainment. The officers and directors of the Sunbury Mutual Saving Fund and Loan Association were handsomely enter tained by A. N. Iirice, Esq., the Solicitor of the association, at his residence on Chestnut street, on Tuesday evening last. We regret our ina biiity to accept the invitation to be present on the occasion, ns there arc but few who excel, in their entertainments, our friend Andy ami bis amiable lady. The tables which wi re 6unound ed by the happy guests abounded with all the choicest eatables that could be procured. Bivalves were served iu profusion, and, although no liquors were indulged in, some of the guests became too full for utterance- The company separated at a late hour, much pleased, and wishing their hurt and hostess long ami happy life and prosperity. If our people, are in want of any legislation this winter, they will have to be expeditious about it. It requires thirty days' notice in at past two newspapers. CofNCii. Proceedings. Council met on Tues day evening, March 3, at 7 o'clock, Chief Bur gess Malick in the chair. All the members present. Minutes of last meeting road and approved On motion of C. J. Bruner, Resolved, That the Finance Committee be di-rc-tcd to audit the accounts of the Treasurer and Collector, and examine aud report on the financial condition of the borough, and that the committee be empowered to employ a clerk to assi.-t them. On motion of Win, T. Grant, Resolved, That the Committee on Borough Charter be directed to collect and arrange all the statutes relating to the borough, and all the ordinances enacted by the Councils, and cause five hundred copies of the samp to be printed in book form. On motion of John Haas, Resolved, That a committee of live, the Chief I'.nrgess being one, be sippoii.ted to wait on the County Commissioners iu regard to the building of a bridge at thi east cud of Market street. Committee Messrs. Malick, Haas, Bruner, Greenough and Giant. On motion of W. I. Grcenough, Resoived. That the resolution providing that the Council meet three evenings it; each mouth be and the same is hereby repealed, and that the meetings of Council shall be held on the first Tues lay of "ich month, as provided in the law of IS On motion of W. I. Grcenough, Resolved, That the Committee on Streets aud Alleys lie instiuctid to examine the work being done in filling the road near the dam, and con tinue the fame to the extent which in their judg ment will be required to make the road passable and convenient. On motion of W. I. GreciioUiili, Resoived, Th.it orders be granted lo each per son mentioned in the biils certified by George Kiehl, Street Commissioner for month of Feb ruary last, for the amount set opposite each name, for work done on Front street below the dam. Resolution sis above passed in regard to bill of Charles Martin, Street Commissioner, for work at same. On motion of Mr. Bucher, Reso'vcd, that the police force be discharged after the 1st of 'April. Yeas, 11 ; nays, 1. On motion of John G. M.ukel, Resolved, That the contract with J. A. Cake, to pay 3 per unviili er lamp, in Caketown, be annulled. Resolved, That the Committee on River Bank be instructed to obtain a wicket and put it in the bai.k above town. The following orders were granted P. Wilvcrt J. A. Cake Fled Men il , N. F. Ma.tz 12 S5 a uo 5S !." 30 00 11 15 35 00 35 00 35 00 2 10 lOC .Vi GUI 70 l IM 2 t;2 3'J 50 Samuel I'. Bright J lanes VanDyke '. Capt. Roach , Samuel ( nip Solomon Maiitz Ga Co J. Bartho.iy Thus. J. Logan Henry Bucher. . .'. George Harrison On motion, adjourned. Lewis Dewart, Clerk. Committees Aitointkh. Chief Burgess Ma iick h is appointed the following committees: Finance Messrs. John Haas, John Bowcn, V. I. Grcenough. Pavements and Sidewalks J. C. Irvin, W. T. Grant, J. C Markb-. Streets aud Alleys John Boweu, Clias. Sen senbaeh, II. K. Goodrich. Liver Hank Henry Clement, Chas. J. Bruner, John C. Miller. Grave Yard Benjamin Hendricks, Wm. I. Grcenough, John Ileitis. Bridges and Highways J G. Maiklc, W. T. Grant, C. J. Bruner. Borough Charter Wm. I. Grcenough, C. J. Bruner. B. Hendricks. Public Park E. M. Bucher, II. K. Goodrich, J. C. Miller, John Haas, Chas. Sensenliach. Town Clock H. K. Goodrich, J. C. Irvin, Henry Clenn nt. Gas V. T. Grant, Chas. Sensenbach, H. K. Goodiich, Dr. J. G. .Varkel, J. C. Miller. Engine House and Public Property, to act in conjunction with Fire Company C. J. Bruner, John BoWen, John Haas. CornT PuocixniNGS. We copy the following proceedings of Court from the report of the Smibuni Daily : MONDAY. Court opened this morning at ten o'clock, Hon. Win. M. Rockefeller and Hon. Joseph Nicely on the bench. Augustus G. Frick and Alexander J. Flick, iXecutois of Geo. 'A. Frick, dee'd, vs. Wm. L. Hell'eustein. Rule granted by the Court lo show cause why the said rejoinder shall not be stricken off, and judgment entered against the defendant. J. M. Frcy, for ue of D. W. Smith, vs. Mor gan fc Trcon. Agreement of settlement filed. Samuel V. Daniel vs. Prima. R. R. Co., lessees of Philadelphia fc Erie R. R. Co. Verdict in fa vor of defend int. The following persons weie appointed consta bles by ihe Court : Fiist wcck-'-Johu Smith and Hiram Price. Second week Chas. Wharton, P. Frank, S. l'oiighner. Third week Samuel Harrison and Benjamin Diehl. Fourth week .T. Hammer. The I'eiin.i. Fire Insurance Co., of Penna.,vs. A. Pardee and R.G.Cook. Ruie granted on plirinliir to show cause why judgment in this case should . ot !) opened and the defeudant let into a defence. TirsiuY. Court opi ned this morning ut 0 o'clock. Ephr.iim R. Miilcr vs. Hugh II. Teats. Addi tional plea tiled by leave of Couit. J imes D. Gehrig v. L'-onard R. Bidelmau. Verdict i:i favor of the defendant. James Quinn, administrator of Michael Quinn, dee'd, vs. George Bunts. Petition of de fendant for leave to pay amount of judgment into court, to remain therein until plaintiff file additional security. Commonwealth of Penna., for the use of Geo. Camp, vs. J. J. Reimcnsnyder. On motion of C. A. Reiinensnyder plea nl" Nil Debit was added to above case. John J. Esher, lor the ir-e or W. P. Welling ton, vs. Michael Flaherty. Alter jury being sworn, defendant offered such testimony ns to surprise the plaintiff, whereupon plaintiff plead ed surprise. The case terminated in costs for defendant. w eoneshay. Court opened this morning at 9 o'clock. Gee. Wills vs. James McCormick. Verdict in favor of defendant. In the matter of the petition of Joseph Nicely for subrcg:tfion, petition read and prayer of pe titioner granted. George E. Well- and Sarah his wife, for the use tif said Sarah, vs. Josephine Martz, wife of Fred. Matt:. On inotio'i of Messrs. MeCieary ami Zlegler, attorneys for defendant, Court grant leave to enter the additional plea of justi lie.at ion. Tin People's Fire Insurance Company vs. Guitcrman .v Gorman. tame v. Same. Petition in above cases read, and (.Ion rt grant rule to show cause why judg- i tn' nt should not lie opened, and defendants let into a di T-niv. Ka!.- returnable at next argu ment CO1,! ! I . Dt'Ai:t or Dvii Wai.!!'HM!it. We regret to Mini i'iii -e tl,e death of David Waldsehmidt, in l hi.-", place, on the27tli ult , niter a short illness, aged nVmt .'.) years. The deceased was well and f ivorably known to many of the readers of this paper. He. was a printer by occupation and worked on the IkvUher Amtrikautr, published m this office, for about ten years until it was dis continued. He was a native of Germany, w ell educated, espscially in the elastics, stud could readily translate seven different languages. The deceased resided in this place upwards of twenty eight years, where he was employed in the differ ent offices as a jour printer. He was of a quiet unassuming disposition, sober and industrious. He was greatly attached to bis family, and was a kind husband and father. His remains were interred on Sunday last, in the cemetery in this place, and were followed to its last resting place by a large concourse of relatives and friends. The lecture of A. M. Griswold, in Garinger's Hall, on 1 hursday evening of last week, was slimly attended. The lecture was a spicy affair and deserved a large audience. Mr. Griswold is a first-ola" lecturer. Patrons of Hfsbandkt. A farmers' grange of the order of Patrons of Husbandry was iusti- luted at Sinking Springs, this county, on the 24lh ult. The following officers were elected and installed for the ensuing year : Master Christian Kamp. t Overseer Simon P. Metzger. Lecturer Daniel Truckcumiller. Stewart Wm. Steraer. Assistant Stewart rlenry Hartzell. Chaplain Jacob Irwin. Treasurer Benj. Hoffman. Secretary Amos Mali!. Gate Keeper Reuben Nichols. Ceres Mrs. R. Metzger. Pomona Miss Anna Kamp. Flora Miss Lillie Irwin. Lady Assistant Stewart Hannah Hoffman. v .... r, a... Narrow Ekcapk from Dkownino. On Satut dav morning last, Mr. John Garinger, fror Snyder county, attempted to cross the rivd above the dam at this place, in a foot boat, tj attend market with butter and eggs. There wJ considerable ice runniug at the time, and ta boat became jammed between ice cakes and wa carried over the dam. As the boat passed ovel it upset, when Mr. Gariuger managed to clin, to it and was carried down the stream. Partie on the opposite side of the river, seeing his pre carious situation, went to his rescue. Whei ' taken out of the water he was nearly exuausted Pi're Peruvian Gcano. The followiug edi torial notices are from the two leading agricul tural newspapers of New York City. Peruvian Gcano. We have, several time during the past hear, called the attention of on readers to tnc adulterution of guanos, and conj demned th practice ns it should be. We n bring to their notice the card of K. Balcaar whose business we have investigated. Amaij the best of pure guanso is that imported fnn Peru, under the auspices of the feruvian Giv eminent. Mr. Baicazar is in direct commiiula tion with the agencies of that Government, a is enabled to supply that guano, nnaduiteri full 2,210 pounds to the ton, directly to c-ns mcrs, thus savin; the profits or middlemen, t wiil also ship in small or large quantities fru the seaport nearest to the locality of the cor.s iner, thus saving no inconsiderable amount freight. Mi. Baicazar claims that bv the abo p'an he can furnish consumers with pure guai at rates very much lower than they are nc paying for it. Iinral S'ett Yorker. Peruvian Guano. Messrs. Ilohson. Hnrtai & Co., Financial Agents of the Peruvian Gr. eminent, assure ns of the thorough reliability' the special agency just established by R. Bale- zer for the sale, in large or small quantities, above article ut imi-orters' prices. Amtrio Agriculturist. Home Life iu the Bible as advertised in anotb column, is by the popular author, Rev. Dani March, D. C, whose books are so widely know ami eminently fitted for family reading. Payn einplo, nent is offered Young Men and Ladic Teachers and Clergymen. List of Letters remaining iu the post-ofH at Sunbury, March 4, 1ST4: John Barnh.irt, Amelia Hover, Miss J. Brown, Mis. Marion Herns, J. Brower, Clapp. Co., J. C. Campbell, Maude Fi-rgcson, Ka Ki ffeltinger, D. L. Keller, Win. Slack, Daal Wies. Persons calling for advertised letters rll please say they are advertised. J. J. Smith, P. The game with the boys just now is marlct. The favorite stamping ground is generally i most frequer.ted side-walk. Our saloon keepers are discussing amg themselve s who will be the first to receive a st nade from the Temperance Ladies. FOR Til P. AMF-RICAN. Dounsife, March 2, 1974. Our schools for the present term are ab. clo-ing. Our worthy County Superintend'! made his usual visits at the lower end. Jackson district was principally supplied Snyder county teachers. Great dissatisfactn prevailed, by many of cur goon citizens, concc ing (as they thought) the unnecessary step take by the school board of said district, In raisk the teachers' salaries in a time of panic, froi $'M to tl!5, in order to gel "more competent teacl ers," as your Hcrndon correspondent had it. The follow ing was mailed by one of our con pctcnt teachers, at the Hcrndon port-office, la week, and received by a teacher in Washiugto township. This reveals Mm qualifications in tic important branches, grammar and orthography: "Pshaw fore the Stodard Primary Arithmeti Where is that Key you used you are a regula FusiiluRius calling a History a dictionary hurrr l foie Dutch Mahanoy School Teacher Teaching' terms and not as mutch as learn your pupils tb 1 Multiplication Table you dutch cowardly sea K ("an animal") how is this fore high h shame yon scoundrel hurah for souch a C " The above is a correct language of the lette Please give it room iu your wide-spread columut so it may be read by all teachers and directors. B. LIST OF CAI SES For Court commencing Monday, March 16th .viiiiey i. isy, juuorsee oi cua 9 uay is At- cues Day. Henry L. Cake by hi attorney Jos. W. Cake ts Philadelphia A: Erie Railroad Company. Joseph W. Cake vs Philadelphia & Erie Rail- Fond Company. J. Adam Cake, vs The Philadelphia & Erbj Knj11r.0i,1',IV"",1;aUy'v," , ,rv l ' Abiah Dimick vs Michael Dimick. Ephraim B. H-auy vs Jefferson M.John A Kersey John. Lewi Marqnoidt A Johana Marquoidt, his wife, for the use of the said Johana Marquoidt vs Georu'e Fagely. Abraham Lrrch vs Mrs. Lydia Thompson, wi- iw of Jeff. Thoinpson.owner, or reputed owner, dow aud Jacob Reinert. contractor Philip Dater vs The Northumberland Coal Co. Geo. A. Fellows vs The Northumberland Coal Company. D. W." Smith, use vs Aaron Barral. P. Armbrnstcr A Bro., vs V. R. F. Weimer. J. W. (iillispie vs John H. Foresman. Samuel G ulick vs Lemuel Campbell. ( S. H. Johnston, use vs Peter W. Gray. Samuel John vs Fred. J. Anspach et. al. J. H. Johnston, use vs Peter V. Gray. John G. Gunner vs Samuel Bloom, J. II. En Cel. Moeanangua Coal Co. vs Thos. Barr. Joseph Diehl vs Charles Kint. Jacob B. Massrr, Wm. A. Sober vs Joseph W Cake. 8 une vs Same. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for th use of Geo. P. Kamp vs Juo. J. Reimensuyder et. al. E. R. Miilcr who sues for himself, as well a for the School Directors of Shnmokin townshi vs Furman Farnsworth. Charles Kemnierer vs Benjamin Snyder. Chairs Caliigah vs The Danville, li. A W. B R. R. Co. Aaron Barrel vs The Lycoming Fire Insurance Cmiireitiv I vompanj. Susan ait, adm r, Kc., ot Catharine ait Jacob Peifer. - j tba facility of aaaiating any ol 'Ulnar plao-a in lss thin Coleman K. Sober vs Jno. E. Rathbunn A Co.(Q hour's tuna: while at the same time our town wiil uot J. A. J. binding vs Elijah Hammer and Cata- arine Hammer, owner or reputed owner and te- feel ooi.fident that all M- oca.--s ul mint in possesion of possession or lots Nos.2, Ac.f Um above D,uel! :" '" 1 ' THE FOLLOW'.NC. IS A LIS! CI KEN AI.I, KI.M.S Ol' CATARRH. So successful lias Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery proven, as a constitu tional treatment for Catarrh, when coupled with the use of Dr. Safe's Catarrh llcniedy , applied locally by the use of Dr. Pierce's Nasal Douche (the ctHy method or rending the upper and back car itifs of tlie head.) that tlie proprietor of these medicines has long offered a standing reward of 300 for a case of Catarrh which he can not cure. The two medicines, with instrument, for S2 by druggists. A SPECIMEN OUT OF THOUSANDS. Cortland, 111., April 2, 187.'?, Dr. Pierce, I'.tifl'alo, N. V. : lhar Sir It is with pleasure I make this statement to you that after taking medicine for twenty years for the Catarrh, I tried your Catarrh Ilemedy aud effected a cure, so that it has not troubled me for two years. S. WHEELER. KI'ECIAL. XOTICEN. TO COXSl'M PTI YEN. The advertiser, having been permanently cured of that dread disease. Consumption, by a ainiply remedy, ia anxious to make knowu to hia fellow sufferers the mrauR of cure. To all who desire it, he will aeud a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the dnec tions for preparing aud UHiug the same, which they will find a sura Cure for Consumption, Asthma, bronrhite, 4 c. Parties wishing the prew-riptiou will . lease address iter. E. A. WILSON, 194 Pcnn St., Wilbauisburgh, New York. Nov. 21, 1873 ora. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Dability, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth ful indiscretion will, for tli sake of Buttering hu manity, aeud free to all who need it, the icipe and di rection for milking the aimple remedy by which he was cured. Hufferera wishiug lo pront by the advertiser's experience can do so irj addreasing in perfect confi dence, JOHN B. OrtDrV, 42 Cedar New York. Nov. 51, 1873 m. To Capitalists, To Men of Medium Means, and to all Wishing Iloines and thns Avoid Br reference to the Watsontown Record and Sunbury "Gazette" will be seen a full and more explicit description of the property I offer for sale, either in lots or by the acre. But what I wish to more particularly bring before the pub lic is the LIBERAL TERMS on which they are offered. I will SELL LOTS from 9100 to 8500 and Lands by the ACRE from f 200 to 9500. according to the location. Terms : Ten per cent, of the. purchase money down, the balance in time and amounts to suit purchasers, from ONE Ut EIGHT YEARS, with legal interest from 'ay of sale. The streets and alley, will be opened as fast as lots are sold, so timt all may be approached with ease. All persons who are now paying rent can have an opportunity of securing a home for less mo- ncv annually than thev are now THROWING v . .i a & ai. ivuii Auy person wishing to see the lands or lots will call on me, wheu every opportunity will be given them to have a fair chance to see the supe rior advantages presented to the public. In addition to the lands above referred to, I now offer for sale THREE DWELLING HOU SES, situate on Water street, in Watsontown bo rough, the one being the large aud commodious Ttrw.lr flu-iil 1 lior nnn- ru..iniH htf m nil fit ctrl dwcmiljjg having the necessary outbuildings for immediate use. For further information call on or address Vv-Vhili!h t, Watsontown, Pa. October 31, 1873. 1 yr. II O UK K II L I Why Will You Suffer? To all persons suffer iing from Rhuematism, i Neuralgia, Cramps iu ,the limbs or stomach, Bilious Colic, Pain iu the back,bowcl or side, : we would say, tub .Household Panacea 'and Familt Liniment is of all others the rem edy you want for inter nal and external use. It has cured the above : complaints in thousands of cases. There is no mistake about it. Try lit. Sold by all Drug igists. 1MXACEA imp FAMILY M M M EXT. July 12, 1873. ly. Children often look I'ale and Sick from no other cause than having worms in the stomach. BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS will destroy Worms without injury to thr child, being perfectly WHITE.and from all the coloring or other injurious lugredieuts usually used in worm preparations. CURTIS & BROWN, Proprietors, No. 215 Fulton Street, New York. Sold by Dmrj'jittt and Chemists, and dealers in Medicine at Twentt-Fivb Cents a Box. July 12. 1S73. ly. Thirty Years' Experience ofan Old Nurse. Mrs Wiuslow's Koothing Kyrnp is the prescript ion of"onc of tlie best Female Physicians and Nurses in the United States, and has been used for thirty years with never failing safety and success by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother and child. We believe it to be the Best and Surest Remedy in the World, in all cases of DYSEN TERY and DIARRIKEA IN CHILDREN, whe ther it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions Tor using will nccompany each bottle. None Genuine unless the fac-simiie of CURTIS A: PERKINS is on the outside wrap per. Sold bv all Medicine dealers. July 12, 1S73. ly. Patent Right of a Patent Sash Tigbtenei or AnM S-isb Ruttler.for this countv.for sale. Address SAMUEL W. HAWLEY, MEDIA. Del aware county.. Pa. Feb. 0, '74-41. In Lower Mahat oy township. on the 5th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs. HARRIS, wife of George Harris, aged about 78 years. y i- WATCHES, JEWIXRY A MLVEIl WAKE. John W. Stevenson, Corner Third and Market Sts, Kunbury, Iu. HAS completely renovated his Store Room, and opened the largest assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SOLID SIL VER AND PLATED WARE, ever exhibited In this part of the State. Every thing iu the Jewelry line is kept in store. Silver-Ware, Bracelets, Kings fc Chains, of every description and of the finest quality. Particular attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, tic. HAIR JEWELRY mude to order. Sunbury. March fi, 1874. GENUINE Peruvian Guano. IT'ARMERS, Agriculturists and Dealers in . Fertilizers have now an an opportunity o obtaining this valuable manure in small or large lots, at the sole importers' prices, by ap- plying to the Special Ageucv just established for ti,c purpose of delivering Genuine Peruvian (inano to consumers at any iicceseible iort or railway station in the country. Full particulars jven in Circular mailed free on application to R. BALCAZER, ...,. o - No. oo Beaver St., New York. References by Permission. Messrs. Hobson, Hurtado A Co., Financial Ag'ts of the Peruvian Government, 52 Wall St., N. Y. Moses Taylor, Pres. National Cuy Bank, 52 Wall " St., N. Y. J. C. Tracy, Esq., Peruvian Consul, 26'-' Broad way. N. Y. March 6, 174. 3 mos. POSTI'OX EM EXT. 99,000 I. CIFTS. Grand Gift Concert. A GRAND GIFT COSCF.RT will be Riven at Bunbury, Pa., by the Iudirudeut WASJIINOTOS STEAM t'IHE COMPANY, Ou MONDAY, JI LY 13, 1S74. Unless the tiekets are all suld bi foie that time, when due notice will Iw Riven of the tin e. A roll Drawlne Certain. Owing o the Panic, and iu order to meet the tfpurnil viieb andex; ectatiou of thej nblicand tiie lieket-bolderi. fi.r lht full I'uymeut of the (lifts auuotiiiced, Ihe man agement lime determined to 0tonethe Concert and ln.li k to the dale ahuveatuted. Tiie ob.iaet of this enterprise is for tlie purpose of se curing a Steam t'ire Kiigitie, which will lie au advantage :o all ueighboritiK towns aceeveihle by rail, trora the fac' that it will be an Independent Company. Aud as we hi.ve never failed to dcuaee our dutv wheu called u: od, we certainly will be able to accomplish more good with the aid of a aleuuer. There is no ! than nineteen i.. m,n hh, .i,i. miu-s,,.,v.,. - , -- ' ." ,., ; " :'' be unprotected. Our pro.le.-. jvitv a laudable one, we it uinj-irteii oi oy LIST OF GIFTS: ONE GRAND OIKT of... $1,1100 " " " NMI " " ' 6-l " " " ' 5on 41 t .4 44 'MR) " Gift of 200 " " " UK) 10 Gifts of (.V).00 l,m 40 Gifts of W.OO l,(iui 100 Gifts of 10.00 1,(KI 200 Gifts of 6.00 1.000 600 Gifts of 2.00 1,000 1,000 Gifts of 1.00 1,000 1.85T Total t!,000 This enterprise is no individual siieculatiou. such as Louses, lots and furniture put up at fabulous prices. The bolder of a successful ticket will receive ha GIFT in .AHH. There will be 20,000 Tickets of Admission to this Cou erl, at fl.00 each, aud at the time above atuted the 9,000 iu CASU Gifla will be distributed. PLAN OF DISTRfllt'TION. Twenty thousand numliers, representing ami corres )ndiuK with ftioae on the receipts issued, will ! pl:iccil i one wheel and cards enclosed witli the names of the Famiuma iu aealed boxes wiil be pluced in another. f-sm these wheels, number and one of theaUue nam- e4 inscribed cards will be taken ainiultaneoiudy. The lumlier so drawu from the one whael secures the pre niam designated by the card tusen at the a.ime time 'ram the other. This operation will be performed bv a lind parson, aud continued until Eighteen Hundred nd Filty-8eveu l'n Illinois are exhausted. It is evident tat by thia process, fraud or favortism will be impossi 1s. Every person holding a ticket wiil be entitled to miaaiou ii(o the Concert. Mi Gifts raid in C ASH without discount. Mncy can be aem for Tickets in registered letters, or 'oat Office Money O.ilers, or by Eipreos at our risk. I esiied, Ticknte iil las sent by Express, i. O. D. Tbs followiug geutlemeu have kindly consented to ct aa Trustees for Ihe above (tilt Concert : 8. P. Wolverton, Es-., Director 1. 11. aud W. K. K. ; Co. Hill, Attorney at Law ; Hon. W. L. Devtart. ri mber of Cougress ; Wm. I. Greenough, Ks., Iiirec tc First National Hank of Hunbury ; John Haas, F.si., dto; Ira T. I'lemeut, I.nmbermaii ; Wm. T. Grant, Cl kfercbant, Hunbury. 'ha above named gentlemen are liigbmiuded and bdorable men, who would uot lend their names aud gie their assistance to any uuworthv object. KAM'L 8. H'KNDRICK, of.o. M. nr:NN, WM. II. MII.Ll.lt, LEVI WK.ASiKU.TZ, PHILIP if. XHINOEL, Committee. All communkallous cheerfully snawsred. Address, i all eases, PHILIP M. RUIN PEL, N. B. Ensue, Corrcspondiug ttecretiiry. Treaic.rer of Fonda. Banbury, MrvU . 1874. Third Street, STJNBTJJRY, Penn'a. DEALER IX Stoves, Heater. Ranges, Flre-Board, Stove and Slate Mnutel Register and Yentllators. STAR COOK! For Wood or Coal, Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9. Largest Oven of any Stove in the Market ! Patent Feier aud tiliilintr front coors Tin lined oven doors and Porcelain knobs. Easily managed and simple iu cou ruction. Sure operation. Also,otlier cook: stoves constantly on hand. New- beginners and cas'u buyers will do well ;to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. All are invited to call. In connection with the above business I am furnishing 1 1 Kinsey's Coper Lipliii II, "With. Spiral Flanges. This celebrated Li'ilitniug Conductor, owintr to the m:tcrial from which it U made and the m inner of It construction is the most complete protection against disaster by Lightning ever invented. This is conclusively shown by a practical teft of over four years, during whicn time it has been In constant we, being erected upon many thousands or private and pnblic buildings in all lections of IS1 country ; aiid although there have fallen npon it, In numerous instances, mot terriUc discharges o! electricity, yet in no instance has U failed to conduct them harmlessly to the earth, thus laving many lives, and property of almost incalculable value. All orders from any part of the Connty will receive prompt attention. J. B. REED. Sunbury, March 6. 1874. 4t. In order to make room for the magnificent stock of Spring Goods now being made to my order, the whole remaining stock of Mi 111 (SiGTffKSG, Gents Furnishing Goods, HATS AND CAPS, will lie sold out at a reduction of from 20 to 30 per cent, at S7IL Sa : Jml Popular Clothing Store. Corner Third and Market, SUBIBURY, PA. HOUR I.IFB IX TIIE KIRLK. By the Author or "Night Scenes in the Bible," and" "Our Father's House," of whibh neurly JOO,000 have been cold. "Homo Life" is com mended by ministers or all churches as "the author's be t book," "full or precious thoughts." "Truths precious as gems," a choice book for every family," rte. Steel engravings, rose tint ed paper, rich binding anil for rapid sale uti equaled. Aireuts, Young Men, Ladies Teachers and Clergymen, wanted in every coudty ; ?75 to ( 100 per month. Send for circular. ZEIGLER & M'CTRDY, 51S Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Mafh 0, 1;' 1. L'mos. John II. .Sei.i.. John M. Scuosorn. NELL, a SCIIOXOIR. Second Street, Womelsdokt , Pa. FOREIGN AND DOM ESTIC LIQUORS WINES, BRANDIES, GIN'S, Pore Old Kye Whiskey, Arrm Whiskey, Cordials, Ac. All Lique-s sold gauirantecd as represented. Orders promptly attended to and public pa tronage respectfully solicited. SELL & SCHONOUR. 2d St., Wouieisdorf, Bucks Co., Pa. Feb. 27, 1874. ly, Estate oriaae Krru. Deceased. N OTICE Is hereby given, that letters of Ad ministration liavu been grautcd to the un designed, on the Estate of Isaac Kern, late of the Borough of Sunbury, Northumberland ceun ty, Pa., deceased. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate pay ment, and IhoM! having claims to present them for settlement. GEO. W. STROH, Adin'r. Suubury, Pa., Feb. 'i', 1S74. til. NIIEltt'fr'K KALE. i BY Virtue of a Wi'i of Venditioni Exponas I issued out of t!m Co1 I of Common Pleas of Noithumberlautl ( mnu. and to me directed, j will be exposed lo puUic sale or outcry, j Yl'eduetfday the llthduj ol .tlarrh, 1874, at 2 O'CLOCK, p. m., in the borough of j Sunbury, Northumberland county, Pa., the fol- j lowing propel ty to wit : All those certain lots of ground situate in the borough of Mt. Carmcl, Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit : bounded on the west by Oak street, on llie north by Fourth street on the cast by Apple St., aud on the south by lot number eleven, being ing lots numbers Vi and 13, in block number forty, ut marked on the general plan of said bo rough, each containing twenty-tive feet iu width, and one hundred and lifty feet iu depth, whereon are erected a frame house and stable ; as the pro perty of MICHAEL GROODY. Taken iu execution and to be vld by S. H. KOTHfcRMEL, Sheriff. Sheritf's Offlee, Sunbury, February 2d, 1871. ELECTION NOTICE. Notice i hereby given that an election will be held iu the Arbitra tion Room, in the Court House, Suubury, Pa., ou Monday, the 9th day of March next, between the hours of 1 and 8 o'clock p. M., for the elec tion of officers of the Union Park aud Agricultu ral Atsociatiou of Sunbury, to serve the ensuing yeir. SOL. MALICK, President. P. II. Moor, Secretary. Bridge Letting. PROPOSALS will be received at the Commis sioners office, n MONDAY. MARCH 2d, 1874, between the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock, to build a bridge across Green Brier Creek, in Washington township. Plans and Speciflcatioct exhibited on Cav of letting. MOS VASTINE, . G. DURHAM, l. S. REITZ, Commissioners. Sunbury, Feb. 13, 1873. Xotiee, NOTICE is hereby given that application has been made to the Court of Common Pleas of Northumberland county, for a charter of in corporation or the "Seveu Points Mutual Fire Insurance Company," and that the same will be granted at the next regular terra of said Court, unlets raue he shown to the contrary. L. T ROHRBACH, Prothonotarv. PnHbnitotHi v's Office, Sunbnry, Feb. 13, 1S74. Plain, Turned, Tinned and Enam eled HOLLOW WABE TIN WARE and Sheet Iron Ware or every deserip. tion. aH.(T.i VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. The property of Samuel Gosslcr, deceased, sit uate on the corner of Fourth street and Sbamokin Avenue, in the borough of Sunbnry, is otrered a private sale, on reasonable terms. For particu lars call on, or address PETER S. GOSSLER. Sunbury. JOHN Y. GOSSLER, Scrat.ton Pa. Executors. Or on M. C. Gearheart, Market street, Sun bury, Pa. The above property if not sold by March 14th. will be sold nt public sale to the highest bidder at the Court House, in Suubury, Pa., at 1 o'clock P. M. Suubury, Jan., 23, '74 lluilding Lots For Sale. NINETEEN LOTS, 25x100 feet, fronting on Vine street, in Sunbury. Price $125. Also thirty lots, 25x137, fronting on Spruce and Pine streets. Price $18 per foot. Also eight lots, 25 xOO, fronting on Fourth street between Walnut and Spruce. Price $450. Also 21 lots, 25x110. fronting on Third and Spruce streets, between Walnut and Spruce. Price $400. Also 5 lot 21x230 on north side of Spruce street. Price JOiH). A'so lii lot in Cake'own. The above prices do not Include corner lot. Persons de siring to purchase will do well to rail soon. Terms easy. IRA T. CLEMENT, jan. 23, 3m. COl'IST PKOIX4NATIOX.- Notice S" hereby given that the several Courts of Com mon Pleas, General Quarter Sessionsof the Peace, and Orphan Court, Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, in and for the countj of Northumberland, will commence at the Court House, in the borough of Snnbnrv, at 10 o'clock A. M., ou MONDAY, MARCH "the 9th, 1874, aud will continue three weeks. The Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Consta bles in and for the county of Northumberland are requested to be then and therein their proper persona, wilt their rolls, records, inquisitions, aud other remembrances, to do those things to their several offices appertaining to be done. And all witnesses prosecuting in behalf o' the Com monwealth against any prisoner, are requested and commanded to be then and there attending iu their proper persons to prosecute against him as shall be just and not to depart without leave at their peril. Jurors are requested to be punc tual in tlu ir attendance, at the time appointed,, agreeably to their notices. . Given under my bund at Sunbury, the 20th day o"( January, in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and scventv-four. SAMUEL n.ROTHERMEL, Sheriff. FOR MALE. "TT" ALU ABLE property in Purdytown on the Cattawissii road. New house 23 by 50 feet 'Zy2 stories iiigh, finished iu the best manner from cellar to attic, 10 rooms. Lot CO by 200 feet, planted with choice fruit and shrubbery. Alto a well of good water at the door, and all other conveniences of a comrortablc home. There it i also on the lot a good stable, smoke house, coal I and chicken house, and other outbuildings. ; Possession given by lsi of April next or sooner 1 if desired. For particulars apply to f T. 8. SHANNON, ! 3d aud Market Square, Sunbury, Pa. J Sunbury. Jan. 30, 1874. Police in Divorce. j Catherine Glitch, 1 IN the Court of Common ! by bernext friend I Pleas of Northumberland ! Isaac Bubb, I County. ! vs. ! Pluriet Subprena for a Di- I Henry Lewis I vorcc. No. 76, March Glitch. ; Term, 1874. To the respondent above named: You are hereby required to appear at a Court of Common Pleat to be held at Sunbury, for the County of Northumberland, on the second Mon day of March next, to antwer the complaint of the libeliant in the abve stated cate. S. H. ROTHERMEL, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Sunbury, Pa., Feb. 6, 1874. iw GEO. EVANSu E. 6. MAIZE. Geo. Evans & Co., 914 Market Street, Philadelphia, TAILORS and MILITARY CLOTHIERS, 1 il j Military, Band A Fire Organizations OUT 1 T promptly uniformed. Samples of Cloth, with Photographs sent free on application. Ovrt being tb leading house on Military work, wt feel thut wa can pfler inducement which can not be attained aDjw&ere else Jan. S3, 1179. Ltfc) Afcberiistmtnt Taverns, Restaurant and Llquar Store Licenses. NOTICE it hereby (riven that the following persons have filed petitions in the Court of Quarter Session of the Peace of Northumberland County, for Travern, Restaurant and Liquor Store Licenses, and that the tame will be pre sented to the said Court on the ninth (9th) day of March next. TAVERNS. Charles Garinger, Suubury borough, old ttaud. Henry Haas, do do Christian Neff, do do J. H. Jeffries, do do Samuel Weaver, d do E. T. Drumhellcr, do do Jacob Sheetz, do do Dr. Joseph Eyiler, do do Felix Ritter, do ! George Eckert, Northumberland bor., do Julia Ann Johnson, do do Thomas J. Stamm, do do Henry Latimer, do do A. B. Marqnart, do d Joseph Vankirk, do do Francis O'Uonnel Miltoo bor.. do H. E. Lutz & Bro., do do L. (i. Sticker. do do John M. Huff. do do C. W. Sticker. do d Thomas Palmer, do new ttand. Wdi. McAndrew, Shamokin bor., old stand Henry Bach, do do Charles Finney, " do do V. M. &. J. A. Weaver, do do Mary Timmes, do do Thomas Gillespie, do do Michael Schlaeder, do do Henry Simmonds, do do Elizabeth Kirkham, do do William Baze, do do John Curtis, do do Jared Howarter, do do W. F. Roth, do do John Lark ins, do do Jacob Kobel, do do Alexander Long, do do Patrick H. Curran, do do W. F. Kitchen, do do Joseph Levins, do do Andrew Dean. do new ttand. Henry Hayden, do do Michael Horan, MU Carmel borough, old stand. Thomas Scott, do do Tbomat W. Walsh, do - do John Walsh, do ,. do Joseph Dcppin, do " do Edward C. Herb, do do Edward A. Dawson, do mew ttand. Henry J. Reader, McEweutville bor., old ttand. William A. Fisher, Watsontown bcr., new stand. John R. Cooner, do old stand. John H. Foresman, do do William Farrow, 8nydtrtowu bor., do B. F. Hay, do new stand. I). II. Dreisbacb, Turbutville bor., old ttand. II. E. Wetzel, do two. do do new ttand. old ttand. do do do do do do new ttaud. do old ttand do do do do do do da do Benjamin Knouts, Zerbe twp., Thomas O'Gara do Thomas Foultis, do P. Cuiran, do Henry B. Weaver, do Michael J. Downey, do Thomas FoulJs, Sr., do James Cooper, do llesry M. Rboads, do William Fnulds, do benjamin D. Weiser, Delaware twp., Jacob Hunsicker, do Peter McDonald, Mt. Carmel twp., Frank McCarty, do John- Scott, do Thomas Tobin, do Edward Muidowney do ' 'atharine Hester, do James Battel ty, do -licbae: Graham, do i'.ivid li. Davis, do do do 4o A. Wald. Lower Mahanoy twp.. i i:niici J. Keene, do Fr.inki'tt arstc, Aorah.im Kotbernie-, ..'..ria.i Byeriy, K. B. IvrUiiioner, fcli t bliat-ffcr, 'I. W. Keveyt W. W. SUartel, Nathan LauileuIager, J. i. Smith, John Albert, J. O. Billman, do do do Jor !an do ilo do Jackson do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do new ttand old ttand do do Up. Xahanoy do Washington do Shamokin Lit. Mahanoy Coal do do do Chhillisquaque Fmaiinel Gciet, Joseph Maurer, Nathan E. Kehres H.C.Fisher, Peter Leisenring, J. D. Reitz, Michael naley, John Downey, Thomas Maher, Patrick Ready, Charles HartmaD, Allen Faust, Henry H. Conrad, J. B. Becker, Jared Henninger, C. B. Boyer. do new stand Upper Augusta old stand Cameron do do do do do J. W. Saxton, Watsontown, do G. VV . Donahue, Nothumberland bor., do Nicholas Gansrer, Milton bor., do Emanuel E. Kehres, Shamokin bor., new stand. Eli S. Shankuciler, do do Silas A. Snyder, Lewis twp., old stand. Jacob Rnch, Cameron twp., do Henry H. Hopp, Delaware twp., do John Pearson, Point twp. do RESTAURANTS. Jacob Bright, B. F. Bricht, Lvtle A Camming, Wra. Vandyke, Nathaniel Hutb, Jacob Klyrrer, Frederick Wolf, Jacob Creitzer, David Snyder, Andrew Druffner, Anthony Nerschbacl Barbara Ilennes, R. Tysck, Lewis Hummel Michael Ready, Peter Dunlcvy, Martin Gibbous Michael Kiley, Margaret Burke Marv Connor, 3. F. Troxel, Christiana Rahmer, Lonit Lcbe .'iehard Wild, V. W. Fisher, James Mahan, Patrica Healy, John J. Golden, John T. Long, Sunbury bor., old stand do do do do Northumberland do Milton bor., do do do do do do do Watsoutown new ttand Riverside old stand b, Shaulokin bor., old stand do do do . do do do do new stand Mt. Carmel bor., old stand do do do do do twp., do do do do Cbillisqaaque Zerbe do do do Coal do do do do do do do new stand old stand do old stand old stand. Cameron tran M:ir, Watsontown bor., J. M. Feitsworth, Shamokin bor.. William Burrowes, do do Thos. Laughliu, do do Mary Deritl, Coal twp., new stand. LIQUOR STOKES. Cyrus Brown, Milton borough, old stand, anford fe Murray, ' do do B. E. Adams A S. Latshaw, Shamokta bor., do Thos. Rosser, do do Geo. W. Startzei, do do John Ross, do do Edward A. Dawson, Mt. Carmel bor., do Chris. Neff, Northumberland bor., new stand, andford Murray, Milton bor., old stand. LLOTD T. ROHRBACH, C!-rk of Court of Quarter Sessions. Clerk's Office, Sunbury, Feb. 11, 1874. Xotiee la Divorce. Martha Stranb.by IN the Court of Common Pleas of Northumberland ner uexi iriena Peter Bixler, s County. Plurles Subprena for a Di vorce. No. 155, March Tm 1S7.1 Charles B.Straub To the Respondent above named: Tou are herebv rmnMljvl tn innr r . r.n - of Common Pleas, to be held at Suubury for the Connty f Northumberland, on the second Mon day of March oext,to antwer the complaint of the libeliant in the above stated case. 8. H. ROTHERMEL, fit.. IT Sheriff's Office, Sunbnry, Pa., Feb. 6, 1874. 4w. WIXTER STORES. RTE WHISKT, f 4.00 a gallon. $11.00 a dozen. YELLOW SEAL SHERRT, In large bottles, $11,00 a dozen. GOLD SEAL BRANDT, $18.00 a dozen, APPLE JACK, JAMAICA RUM, SCOTCH WHISKY, CATAWBA WINE. OLD PORT WINE, CHAMPAGNES, SEGARS, AC. II. A, C. Yaa Bell, Thr WrsE Merchants, 1310 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Oct. 24, 1878. LIQUOR 1TORKI CTTRISTTAV V Second Street, opposite th Court Hoate. SUN BURY, PA., ' Resnectfnllv invitea tha attention r and others, that he has on hand, and will eon- smiiu j evp au iinai or I UHJLIUJX AHU DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Consisting nf Pnr Rrn1 i... ri " ' VWUMK, vuciir, Ginger, Rochelle and Otard. v nisKies: rure Rye Copper-Distilled, Mtmnn gahela, Apple and Nectar. PURE HOLLAND GIN t Wines: ChamDasma Wins Rhm i-. . Claret. Crab Cider, Champagne Cider, N. E. Rc-my Brown Stont and Scotch Ale. BiUMALH AND BAR BITTERSy And all others Llanora hiiK m v c-..., the cltv markets, which mill oja . xf t,,.i. sale and Retail. Every artless guaranteed aa represented. Also, a lrg lot of DEMIJOHNS ana bu i li-ts, always on hand. Orders promptly attended , and ublic patronage respectfully solicited Sunbnry, July 3, 1875. 1 v.