We are compelled to notice distressing accident
which look place at Minersville during the late
celebration theie, and threw a tinge of sadness over
II who were unfortunate enough to Witness it.
The Artillerists had just received their new field
piece from the Arsenal, and were firing it on that
day for the first time. The persons, engaged in
loading the cannon, neglected to keep the vent
hole closed a premature explosion immediately
took place, and the two men, using the rammer,
were shockingly torn and mangled one having
his arms so mutilated as to make amputation in
each, necessary ; and the other receiving wounds
in hia aide and other pans of his body which caus
eJ his death hut short time afterwards. The
'names of the persons injured were William Lewis
nd George HclTer, neither of whom, we under
stand, were memliera of the Company. Too much
tare can never Vie expended in handling and using
one of those field pieces. It has fullen to our lot
to record several accidents of this kind already, and
we do urge upon all persona having charge of them,
strict arid careful observance of the rules and pre
cautions prescribed for using them Miners' Jour.
Bi llets. One ofthehillg just passed by Con
gress purchases the patent right to a bullet
machine, which will, if required, manufacture
a tnilliou of bullets in 21 hours.
From the 'licvall of Islam."
Kurojie and America
T BH KLLKV
There is a People mighty in its youth,
A land beyond Oceans of the West.
Where, though with tudest rites, Freedom and
7Are worshipped from a glorious mother's breast,
Who since high Athens fell, among the rest
"Sate like t!e Queen of Nations, but in woe,
'By inbred monsters outraged nJ nppress'd,
Turns to her chainlrss child for succor now,
III 'draws the milk of Power in Wisdom's fullest flow.
That Isnd is like an Eagle, whoe young gixe
'Feeds on tbe noontide beam, whose g.ltleu plume
Fronts moveless on the storm, and in the hlaie
Of mnrisc gleams when Earth is wrapt in gloom;
AnEpitaph of glory for the tomb
'Of murdered Europe may thy fame be made,
Great People : ax the sards shall thou become ;
Thygrowih is swift as morn when night must
The multitudinous Eirih shall sleep beneath thy
Yes in the desert there is built a home
For Freedom. Genius is made strong to rear
The monuments of man beneith the dome
Of a new heaven. My rails Msemhle there.
Whom' the proud lords of man in rage or fear,
Drive from their wasted horn. a.
A Legal Pnn.
As Jekyr was hastening to court ir. his wig.
He happened to tread on a veiy small pig;
'That's a learn'd pig" ays he, "or I'm greatly
For it is, one may see, and abridgement of Bacon."
Office xf the Baltimore America), July II.
FLOUlt. There ia scarcely any Howaid st.
Flour in mtiket for sale, and the demand U con
fined to the triad trade.
Sales of about 500 bbls. Susquehana Flour at
GRAIN. A parcel of 300 bu.-hela new Wheat,
from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, in bad con
dition and of inferior quality, w as sold to-day at
$1. A lot of Pennsylvania old red Wheat wsa
sold at $1 26, and another parcel at $1 30. Wheats
re wanted. A sale to-day of Md. while Corn at
5 a 50 cents, and of yellow at 57 cU. MJ. Oats
are worth about 32 a 33 CU
WHISKEY. the stock is very much reduced
and the few sales making sre at an advance. Wc
quote hhds. at SI cu. an J bids, at S3 cts.
Th Oklt Wat to account for the Biamlreth
Pills being so eminently successful in curing every
variety of disease, is, that they assist nature in ex
pelling from the body all those impure humors,
which not only cause, but produce disease.
To those of a costive habit, thia medicine is in
valuable, being the mildest and most effectual ca
thartic that can possibly be administered, and can
tiever injure, though taken for any length of time.
Be careful to yet the genuine. No druggut has
them for sale.
Gj" Purchase in Sutfbury, of II. B. Masser, and
th' agents published in another part of this paper.
LIST OF CAUSES,
IOK trial in the Court of Common Pleas of Nor
thumberland County, to he heJJ at Sunbury,
on the first Monday of August neat, being the 1st.
Badger Tor Badger
Cein'lh for B Sayie
va Martin A Stock
vs Hugh Hellas
vs Jesse Psiker
vs John Frick
vs Stephen Wilson
vs John A I.I yd
J as. Bartlet for E I. Piper va H. nry Frick
Thorn is M Russet
vs David Hartman
Yates Si Mclutvre
J hii F Deiitlec
E Y Uright
Henry II Burr
I) I. Croveruor 6l wife
J C B Nour-e
Coin'ib for E Colin
vs Edward Y Bright
vs David Watson
va Win A Lloyd
vs J C H Nourse
va J 110 U Boyd
va O P Duncan
vs Jno & P Oberdorf
vs Daniel Snyder Ac
vs John Lloyd
va George Long
va Heniy Gossler et at
Nanry Humer's ad's et al va Daniel Robins
Hubert Miner vs Win llibler et al
Wilson for Bound now
V ilium D de
Tobias llulr St Co
vs Wm H Pomp
va 11 C Clayton
vs The 8 Coal Company
v Charlca Crag et al
vs Ku'iner Si Lmaius
v Hubert W Dunn
vs Dmiel Be. k
va John Mider
llolhhen t Easton
Cum'ih of Pa for A Jordan va (ieo W Kiehl et al
Kame fir Bowman vs Same
Same for W Deppen 4; Co vs Same
Geoige McCoy va Kolit McKee
Knse St Co va Thomas Ashbiidge
Com'ra nf North'd county vs I-ac Woolveiton
Robert W1I1 y & wife vs Geo Snyder's adin'rs
Jacob Kim va II WemkaV. J Hair
MUEL l. JORDN.
Frothmiotary's Office, 'a I'roth'y
tunbury, July 18, 1611. J
Corretted weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer,
Corsj, . . 40
FtAr.ii, ... . 12R
UCTTUR, ..... 12
Brf.swat, . 25
Tuiow, .... 12J
Dm an ArPLKs, 76
Do. Piacrks, . - S00
Ft.it, ... .8
HrcKLtn Flat, 10
Eons, . 8
Shall Sickness or Health Prevail!
tT is evident that the former will if there is not
more care or attention pnid to ourselves. What
are the primary causes of the very greet vntiety of
diseases which we daily behold. A fTiicb d person,
were you not first attacked with bile on the sto
mach, attended with sickness, costiveness. a de
rangement of the stomach and digestive organs
(probably caused by inducing too freely in rich
food, a sedantsry life, irregular meals, exposure, late
hours, intemperance, &et) These mostly are the
cause of affliction at the present day. When these
symptoms occur, if you desire heslih to prevail,
procure immediately Dr. Harlich's Coatrocvn
Strtrkkio and Gkrma Arx.ms.vT Puts,
as they are a sure medicine to remove thete dislres
sing attacks. The properties of this medicine are
first, cleanse the stomach and bowels, remove bile
and bilious matters, purify the blood, which, when
obstructed, subjects the body to pain and disease.
This is eff'cted by a few doses of the German A-
rmrient Pills. After this is accomplished, the
Strengthening Tonic Pi Is arc usrd to give strengih
and vigor to the system, restore the debilitated func
tions of the animal economy, AVe. In the course
of this treatment, the patient will be restored to per
fect health, when all symptoms of dyspepsia., liver
complaint, sick headache, pain in the side, lim's,
arid other bodily in futilities, will be completely era
dica'ed. Principal Office, No. 19. North Eighth street,
Philadelphia. HENRY YOXTHEIMER.
July 16 h, 181 Aent.
rilHE Democratic Electors of Northumberland
M c lunty.are requested to meet at the usual pla
ces of holding township meetings, on Satutdav, the
30lh day of July, inst.. for the purpose of electing
Delegates, to meet in county convention, on Mon
day the first day of August next, at ihe Court House
in Sunbury. The Convention will meet tit 10
o'clock, A. M. It is hoped thnt every township
will be fully rcpresmtoJ. A. Jordan.
J. F. W. lfincer,
July IGth 1815. M'g Committee.
ECC TCP. V. S. SFJGET,
pESPECTFL'LLY iuforms his friends in Sun--lk-
bury, Northurtiixrlatid and virinitiis, that af
ter an alisenee of nearly three years in Philadel hia,
(the fountain beaj of Medical Science in the II
nited SiBtes,) he has returned and located himself
in Northumberland, for the purpose of practicing
in all the branches of hia profession. Having em
braced the many advantages nf the public nnd pri
vate medxal institutions in Philade'phia, he feels
prepared to enter upon the responsible duties of his
profes-ion, and would thin foro solicit the patron
age of a generous public.
Noithuniberlimd. July 1 6th, 1842. 4t
TTniEREAS a certain Henry W. Cnmp has no-
tified the puh:ic not to boy the celebrated
Hathaway Hot Air Cooking Stove." Now this
is for the information of all concerned, that all who
buy of us, or our regul ir auihori.-c l Agmts, shall
be kept e'ear of all damages, and that, should we
have the pleasure of seeing the regular author f
Camp's Caution, we shall lac very likely to find out
by what right he published the article.
NATHAN MITCHELL ct Co.
Lewi-burg, July 9th 1MJ. 3t
HE purchasers of prujierty at the sale held by
1 the asMunees of Hiram Piice, are inlormed
tt at their r.oles are now due, nnd niut be paid
forthwith, or they will be placed in the hands of a
Justice of the Peace for collection.
GEO. C. WELKER,
C. W. HEGINS.
July ICth, 1S42. Astigneti.
1 teiii alt 1 1 ii'al loiaTlSiiit e.
"TTOTICE is hereby given, that leltt rs of admin
istration have leen granted by tbe Regi-ter
nf Northumberland county to tlie euWnls-r, resi
ding in Shamokin township, upon Ihe istate ot
Benjamin Taylor, dee'd, late of said township, AH
persons having demands spainst said e.tate, aie
r. quested to pre-ent thi m. and those who are in
debted to fettle their respective dues with the sub
scriber, al the hi Us 1 of John Yordy, Esq., n the
3Uth day of August nest.
SAMUEL FUR MAN,
July 16lh, 1S13. Ct AJminktrulnr,
523 2 Jg. 121 II iT
TIH AT beautiful and va'uable property, of about
J.. 230 aerea. and various other
Kilt ROHTHrMBKBLAVU ;
HOUSES, TOWNXOTS & OUT LOTS,
tne properly of John II. t owden, will be sold by
the Shi rilTon the lfith July instuit, in Sunbury.
Jit Ihene limes, the sales vill be low ; but to pre
vent greater sacrifices, at least one, or more of the
oldiit judgment creditors will be a itisfied to receive
PA YMEXTS AS FOLLOWS:
Pur. hases not eiceeding f?00, 20 per ct. down.
Purchases above 200, 10 "
Of tbe residue of all aales, with
interest, on the 7lh Nov. til C 40 "
ler nut, . j
The balance of the residue, with interest, on the
Crst Monday of April not. H. BELLAS,
Attorney fur the M. 4 jl. Hank.
Sunbu'V, July 9, 1842
CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE, That we have
applied to the Court of Common Pleas of Nor
thumlierland County, for the benefit of the laws
made for the relief nf the insolvent debtois; and
that the Judge of the said Court have appointed
the first Motid y of Augu I nevt to hear us and our
creditors at the Court House in Sunbury, when
and where you may attend if you think proper.
JACOB H MILHEIM,
JOHN SMITH, of Georgetown,
J ACOH DEE TZ.
JulyS. A11RAHAM HOLLOPETER.
DR. J. N. SUMNER,
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he
has made Northumberland his permanent
place of residence, and is ready to attend to any
calls in the line of his profession.
July 5, 1813. ly. ' '
THE Merchants and Tavernkeep-ra of Northum
berland county are ber.by notiflcd that their
licenses are ready for distribution, and that Ibey
can be obtained at any time at the Treasurer's office,
Sunbury. They are requested to come forward and
attend to them on or liefore the first of August next,
as it ia the duty of the Treasurer to return all de
linquent tavern keepers lo the court, before the
Grand Jury is dismisaed.
July 2, 1842. 3t. Treasurer.
TO Till PI IlLlfJ.
WHEREAS I.ettera Patent were granted to Mr.
H. W. Camt, in October, 1834, for anew
and useful improvement in the descending Ft.ri
CnnRism Synyits t I have understood one HATH
AWAY is using mv sdtd improvement under the
name of "Hot Air Stov :,' which alove involves
the principles secured to me. This is to caution
all persona against making, vending, or using said
"Hot Air St ives," as I sh dl prosecute all who in
any way infringe my rights; and I hereby consii
lutn Joshua W. Cojuit, Esq. of Danville, my law
ful Alt. mey, empowering him to bring suits against
any person who shall use mv improvements in any
manner whatever. HENRY W.CAMP.
Ow. go, Tioga eonnty, N. Y.
July 2, 1842. 3m. 5
Dissolution of l'artnerslilp.
THE pirtnership heretofore existing between the
subscribers, has been diss dved by mutual con
sent. JOHN H. PURDY.
A. JORD AN.
Sunl ury, June 25th, 1842.
.liiiiiivi in uviiitiii)
FFERS himself to the Electors of North 11m.
bcilmid County, as t candidate for the otlicca
PROTHOXOTARY ASD CLF.RK OF
77: SEVERAL COERTS
of said county. He trusts, if elected, that hisexpe
rienee in the duties of said i.tlices will cna le him to
give generel satisfaction lo the public.
Sunhury, June 25, 1812
lI;ijor llnvid IV. la.ike.
INFORMS the public that he will bo a candidate
(or the ull'ico of
s ; RIFF
of Northumberland County, at the ensuing 1 lection.
He respectfully aobcits the sulTr ges of hts fellow
ci'iiens, antl shot Id he be elected, he is ill endeavor
to discharge the duties of said ollico with fidelity,
and saiistailion to the people.
Shaninkin, June 2Sth. 1h I2.
to "the klkctors OF NOUTIIUM-
riHE subscriber respectfully inf. rms the electors
JL of Northumberland county, that be will be a
candidate at the ensuing election, for the offices of
Register, Recorder and Clcik of the Orphans'
He trusts, if elected, he will he able to discharge
the duties of said office! to the entire sa'Uf iction of
the community. JAMES BEARD.
June 2o. 1812.
Miamoltlu, ortliumbcrlan1 Co.,
fl'MIE aubscribera respectfully inli-rni tbe public
JL that tlmy have taken that largt and commodi
ous HOTEL, in Shim ikintown, in the cuitie of
the great Coal Region, lately kept by Jacob Kram,
nheie thev are now prepared to accommodate all
who may l'.,vor them with their custom. Uy strict
attention to but-iness, they h. pe 10 receive a liberal
share of public patronage.
BATCH ELOR & GOVE.
Shamokinlown, June 18th, 1842.
ON HIS OWN HOOK.
lF.SPECTFULLY inUms bis friends and the
1 public eenetally, that he has commenced the
Tailoring II u i n e s s 1 ,
in sll its branches, in the hou-c formerly (sreupied
by Wm. Durst sa a Tailor Shop, in illacMcrry
street, nearly opposite the Pn sbyterian Church.
He respcct'ully solicits a shnie of the public patron
age, and trusts by strict attention Hi business and
reasonable cba-ges, be will be enubled to give gen
Sunbuiy, June 1 8th. 1842 ly
5" ? f O
2 IS ? 5
4 1 2 a
g S S
7 E vrf
1 1 f 2
FLC'J?., BP. AIT, fed.
rp HE i-ula-crihi r ie-arifuily inl..inu the public
J that she knps con.lnlitly on hand for sale, at
the lowe.t ca-h prices, at the lower end of Fawn
street. Sunbury, FLOUR by the hundred, quurter,
Vc. BRAN by thebu-h.l, HERRING by ihedoi
en. Confection ,iry, Sc. ihe iesirc'fully solicits Ihe
patronage of her Inclids and the public geneiaily.
Sunbury, June llth, 1842,
To 4 omit rj'
Til K Subscriber, Agent ul l.yon & Harris, Hat
Manufacturers, for New Vork, Phil xk'lphia,
lUllimore and other large cities, I twj Huts are
highly comincudrd l.ir ;iir cdtt and dumUtyt
has on hand a fir-t rate nsscrtm-rit of HA Vs and
CA PS. suitable for Sa:inf sales, wh ct will I e sold
very low, foi cash or appioved redil, al the nr tcd
cheup store. No. 40, North 'i hud 'rc-l, uiyjaj'
the City Hotel, Philadelphia.
ROIUHI ',- D. WILKINSON, Apent.
N. B. Ordeis lor IJala .ii tharonV pi iuiplly
attended to. The hi-he.t rito iu 'nk Qr Ua'll
given for Pur ikin.
Philadelphia, Juna II, UiS.- ly
riiiLADELrim, uwm and rnTTsviun
AN EXTRA ACCOMMODATION LINE
WHl connnrnee running brltrren Philadelphia
and Pottsville on the following days
and hours :
On Avn irTrit Movjuat, Mat 9. 1M2.
Leaving Puttsvillc, on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, at 8J A. M.
Leaving Philadelphia, on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, at 1 4' P, M.
i Hours of passing Rending.
For Philadelphia, at 10 A.M. 3 ... . .,
For Puttsvilte, .1 fiJp.M.J '"-'y-
Between Pntlsvillo Si Philada. f .r'f Si f 5..M!
Between Reading Sl d . 2.25 .V 1, 75
Between do & Pot'sville, 1.10 it 1.00
Exii'HsiOM TtCKr.T noon OK KiTlU.llMI
Between Pottsville Si Philadelphia, f5 00
Between Reading ct do. 3 00
Between do. & Pottsville, 2 00
The other passenger trains will os before, at
the following h oirs :
Philadelphia and Vothrille.
From Philadelphia, at 5 A.M.
From Pott-villc, nt 2 P. M. J
Hours of patting Heading.
For Pottsvilie, at 9 A. M.
For Philadelphia, at 3J P.M. $
All the trains will stop for way passengers at
the usual points.
rfj" All passengers nre requested to procure
their tickets before the trains stait.
May 21, 1842. if.
I'ST leceived, a fresh su ply ol cheap Dry
Goods. Croorii a, Hardware, &c.
Superior Ladies' black kid Gl ives,
l.avMis, Chintzes, Mousselin de laines, Sic.
('loths, ('us-iincres. ('a-hmerets,
Linen Dr lltt gs. Muslins, &c.
Superior Pint Wine,
Pure M.eriil Oil,
" Sperm Cundlcs, Rai ins. At.
June 4ih. 1S42. II. B M PSER.
"P FSPECTEULLY informs the Electors ofNor-
"k- ihiiml land county, that ho will be a candi
date for the office of
He promises, if elee'ed. to en rt himself to render
gr nernl satisfaction, which his experience iu the du
ties of s aid office wiil enable him to do, having held
it for the term of three jc.ira to the entire sittsfac
tion of the pu' lie.
Sunbury. June 4th. 1842.
LL peisons intb bted to the tirm of Lvon Si
Hinrts, under the agency of O.N. Thacher,
. und Cup Manufacturers, No. 40 North Third,
street, Philadelphia, are r quested to mnke immcdi
ate settlement of ill. ir accounts with the subt-crilx-r.
their legally authorized agent, who ia fully eropow.
eitd to settle and collect the accounts of said lirm.
RODEKT D. WILKINSON,
June 4th, 1842. tf Agent.
TbESPECTFULLY informs the Elector of
JLtL Northumberland county, that he will he
cat.didate for the ollice of
lie promis-ce, if elected, to discharge the duties
of said ollice with care and fidelity.
Upper Mahonoy. May 28lh, 1812.
TO THE ELECTORS OF .XORTll L'M-
HEKLAM) COl .XTY.
fiHE subscriber re-peetfully oilers hiin-elf as a
I candidate for the office of
and otters, siiouio ttr ie eiecitti, lo exen nimseii lo
render geiivial satisfaction.
WILLIAM M. GRAY.
Suobnry, May 2Sth
TO THE ELECTORS OF SORTIICM-
II E REAM) COl.XTY.
ri'VIE subacrda?r oir. rs himself to Ihe electors cf
A N nhumberland county, as a candidate for
the office of
PROTI IO.N OTA R Y.
Should he be favored with a majority of voles,
he will .pare no cterlions to render general satis
faction. GEO. MARTIN.
Sunbury. Mav 2th. 1912.
U.S. Mail Coach
roit ror is villi:.
STICK TO THE MAIL COACH!
rilHE Mail Coach f. r Pottsville leave. Northum
X berlai.d t very inorntn i ut 4 oMoi-k, anil arrives
in Pottsville in time for the cars to Philadelphia.
Fauk as low as any other line.
For seals, apply at Mrs. Wiihington's Hotel.
Njithuiiibeiland, or at Giorge Weitel's. Sunbury.
A. E. KAI'P A: CO..
North'd.. May 21,1 8 12. Proprietors.
fj- Pas-eittfcrs coming from Phi!a'el hia will
plea-e secure their seat- at tbe White Swan Hon I,
Race St., In foie they leave the city. Passci gets
Coming in this line, have t'n ir seals a. cuteti in any
St ig; or Packet boat from this place. '1 hose coining
in the olio T line ni ay l left behind.
CLVDB & WILLIAIVIS'
LllanU ltoK laiiulatluiy,
Oppnsitv i'rinrr' Hotel,
TIHEY are pripind t.i manufacture b'ai.k wmk
A of every deM'ription, ruled to i.ny paid rn. audi
asDockita breords. Dv B,ik, l.e.lgers, A.se--sot.'
and Collector-' Dopticalea of the finest q'J.ili
ty of patr, in a te equal I an) in .de in the ci
ties of I'hdade pi u or New Y"ik.
All dewnpiions of binding tieatly emcuied.
Scrap liaoks, Albums and Portfolios ma le to older.
La v Books, Music and Periodical hound lo nny
. . .a. . . ... .i: r .
pattern. Old Books rebound, Vc Al.o ti e- if
p'jiera b ni d
rj Wmk left at the ntfice of the So.nbury Ame
in an, will be promptly attended lo.
May SLt, 142. iy.
GO LI) K N"SWTN
31-J? H 15 rl7 J&Z Q 1 m
A'u. (j'J A'rA Third, uloie Arch Strut,
ACCOM MODA1 ION fOR Ul VKNTV rF.KRttNS).
CHARLES WEISS, lateol tl e ' bite Swan."
and "Moutit Vernon House," rrsH-ctfully m
forma hia friends and cuaioineis. thai be l a- become
Hi proprietor of Ihe bon well known Hot. I.
Country MeicbauU will fnd the above Hotel a
central location, and tbe IkM of fare. !' r.ous Ira
vvllinj; with private conveyance will find a laige
yard and good stubbng for Iioims, aud tba hist of
totlms. Hoarding $ J pet dav.
May H h, 1813;- tf.
J. XVXAYIjAND, JR. & CO.
Snuff nnd Tnlincco Manufaclnt'ors,
Ao. W Aor'A West vomer of Race and Third
THE undersigned hive formed a Co-partnership
under the firm of J, M AYLAND Jii. cV Co..
as successors to the late firm of Jarab .Mayhmd V
Co., iifld will c iiiliriue the l iisine-s nt 'he old esta
blishment, on tbe'rr own aeeoimt. In addition to
their own close attention snd experience fn many
years, in the manuf icliire nfttieir erffbrnte! snuff ,
etc., the long experience nf the senior pa'tr.erof the
late firm, will al-o be devotr-d to die interest of the
new concern and ns no eteilion and care will bo
spared to insure their goods, nt all times of the ve
ry ls?st quality, tln-y solicit n eontinUiitee of the
confidence of the fi ends and customers of ile lute
firm. THUMVi ADAMS,
J. MAYLAND, J.
Pbilsdelphia, May 14th. 1P12 Iv
WARR..TEI) SI I'EIIIOR TO AXY
OTHER MF.AR Sl'. lil'RY.
TJOHN cv HENRY LANDAU, havino rented
the Lime Ki'ns nf lleri'v Maer. in Sunbuiy,
bave now for sale the Ix st Lime in tliis p irt of the
conn 1 1 V , and will continue to keep eoiistntilly on
hnnil fpr'sli l.iine for Plastering, Duildittg and for
Liming land, on as reasonable terms as can I hail
anywhere in tbe iieighboihoixl.
M,y 21, 1P12. J.cVH. LANDMT.
TO THE ELECTORS OF SORTHVM
1IER1. A SI) COESTY.
rnllE Subsciiher n spectlully i fTera himself as a
A candidate for the nlTice of
at the ensuing general election. Should he be so
fortunate to lie elected, ho will endeavor to give
general satisfaction to nil.
May 21. JOHN FARNSWORTH.
ww. cis :kt2 -w. 9
Corm r of Third and Vine Streets,
f JHE siibscnl'cr ri sMctfullv announces t the
A public, that he h '8 opened a Hotel in the com
modious bri.k building Situate on the corner of
I bird and Pine streets, where be will he hnppy lo
wait rtpon those who may favor him wit'i their
company. The E.isln Hotel is large und conveni
ent, and furnished in the le-t m' dern st le. It is
provided with a large number of well aired and
comfort dile sleeping apartments, rooms, private
parlors, cVc. Peisous visiting WilliamsKirt on bu
siness or pleasure, may re.t as-ur.d that every ex
ertion wdl Is? used to render 'heir sojourn at Ihe
Eagle Hot. I" pleasant and agreeable. His Table
will le supplied with the very In si the maiket af
fords, and his bar with ihec' oicest nines and other
liquors chnrg!s re s iimbl.1. Th" Faclo Hottl
possesses greater advsn'aees in point of location
than any other similar establishment in ihe borough,
being situate in the businefs p:irt of the town, nnd
within a convenient distance of the Court House
nnd Williamsport and Elmira Rad Ro.id lb put.
Sufficient Stabling provided, and good and trusty
o'tlers always in attendance.
Attentive, accommodating and hone-t Servants
have been emplovcd. and nothing left undone tint
will add to the conifoil and accommodation of hia
There will he a carriage always in attendance at
the Boat Landing to convey passengers to and from
the House, fue of charce.
Mav 14th. 1842.
VlrC. HEILlfCAlT & CO.,
l umiMisshUi c Forwardinsz Merc hatiis,
iW of Willow Strrrt Rail RoaJf
ox the iruwur,
late of Enston. Pa., r. st eiHfvilly inform their
fne ds and the public generally, that they have tn
k. n th .t l.inre and we 1 known store and w harf at
foot of Willow Street Radroad, lately occupied by
Jacob Martin, where they pu pose d.iing a Gen. ral
Ci.mmissiion aiul Forwarding Business, and fiom
ihe local advantau'Cs of the place bring ennnt Pled
wuh sll the public improvements that have their
outlet in the cilv, they flatter themselves they will
lie ab'e to do business to as gre it, if not giealer ad
vantage, and upon as reasonable terms as any other
ho-jse, and they assure their friends that any con
signments made lo them shall have their strict at
tention, and no exeittons spared to give entire satis
fac'ton. Tiny ere also prepared to receive and forward
goods to any point on Ihe Delaware and Lch'iih
iivvr-, ta'twei n Mauch Chunk, Eastou ami I'lula
ilelj hia, vi Delaware Divisi. n and Lehiuh ('an Is;
alisi. to auv point on ihe Juniata river, or North
and Wist B.anchesot the Susquehanna via Schuyl
kill and Union, or tho Chcb.ipc.ke and Tide Water
For the accommodation of Hosts coming or go
ing via chuvlkill and I'moti Canals, a Ste.tnboat
will b kitl expressly for towing boats from the
Scbuvlkll! arout.il to the Del iwaie and hack, wbjch
will en .ble merchants to have their produce de.j.
veted on the De'aware, and their goods st.ipp.id at
a saving ol 5(1 to 75 per cent, on ihe pi ices fir
hauling trc.o-s. with these advantage, they re
spictfuPy solicit a all are of ptttr too e.
W. HEILM AN Si CO.
William Hi ibnan, T
W.lham W. Kiysc, V
Joseph Hamel. Philad .May 14. 1S42 ly
niM. joiiv pr.iLii, i. t. tiuti'.:s,
"W FPE(' TPULLY announce to the citizens
Ettjt of Sunbuiy, and its yirii.itv, th- they have
tins day entered into cf arwei-hii ;n (be Practice
1 1 Medicine, in all its Various iVpariinent, and
hope by tins arrangement, punctual aHent on to
bnsine-s. and modctale charges, toieccivea hbeiul
share of public vtattousg .
ttj'l'r J I'EXL tiiib rshis cr t. ful acknowl
edge mei.ts for ihrt very iibeod pat-oi.aie ht re'olore
riTvd, and f.rtu ennftdent tiat the rew nr.
rangemeol, (tl e iirm of Peal iV Trite-.) will be
conducive 1 1 the cotnfort and Welfare of ll.e pub
li'.he most respectfully solii lis a continuance of
II etr confidence.
Sunbury, May 7ih, 1842 fim.
I'raiicio I. SrhwarUr.,
FFERS hiin(elf as a eioduia'e lot the offices
Rigistir Rccordcr,and Chik of the Orphans'
at tbe ensu'ns general election. Should hpn.p!e
think him capable, no neglect li bi. pot shall pre
vent the du'ies of aanl olfices from being crf. rul
ed st al Imies. May I4ih. 1WI2.
Td THE'EiTTT'ToRS of. ttRTHL M-
rPIIE subscriber esiecltiilly iiitorins the electors
a of Noilhitnibciland county, that be will be a
candidate at the ensuing election, for the offices of
Register, Recorder and CUik of the Orphans'
Having had considerible rxperici.ee in public
life, be tiuss, if elected, be will ta'ol lo disehsige
the Out es of said offices lo the entire satisfaction ul
tbe community. FREDERICK LAZARUS.
May tiili, 142.
ATTOItNKY AT LAW,
Business, attended to in the Counties of N
thutpl erland, Union. L coming and Coluudnu.
Tiro at a a Hart & Co.,
Tiowr.it St Uabrov,
Hart, Crsisiisjsjs Si ITawt, fi7u
Rl TVOLUS. Ml IA R LA Si n St Co
Retenun, 'losii Sc. Co.,
TO THE ELKCTfRTiFNoTmiU M JJE
fpllF. Subscriber respectfully informs the Eh
A tors nf Northumberland county, that he will
a candidate for the oflicca of
Rrgixicr, Recorder and Clcrh of the Orphai
nt Ihe ensuing renernl election. Shou'd he le
lected.he will excit himself to render general sat
faclion, which his long rxterlence in the duties
said offices, will enable h;m to do.
JMav 7. EDWARD OYSTER.
TO THE ET.ECTORSOr'yORT.
CM TIER I.AM) ( O L.XT Y.
riHE sub-Tribcr la ing prevailed on ty bisfrteni
I. ri'-'peclfiilty it forms ti c public that be will
a candidate for the oll'ice of
at the ensfling general ihition. He pTimies,
elected, to fulfill the duties of said office, with ca
and fidelity. JOHN YOUNG.
Mav 7th. I" 12.
A ?JJ.1 C?. S.LZS.
B"j()R S.de, a Farm containing about 80 HCti
more nr less, siluiite in Shamokin towr.-l.t
Norlhum! erlnn.l coupy. about seven miles fr
Sunbury, or the irmin roail Irsibng fr. m that pin
to IVlersburg and Sham kintown, Diljoit intr lar.
of Win Farrow, Abraham Klis, S.miui'I Gor
nnd Wm, Martz. on which there is a good Itirj
Brick Hou-e, with a well of never failing wator
the door, s large Barn in good ripair, a good -I1
chard, and ft good sent for a mill or any kind
water power. Nearly a'l the land is cb-are.l nnt?'
good cultivation twenty-five acres of which is
meadow. The Danville and PottsviPe Rail Rn.
runs through SHid f rm. It will le sold as the pr
pcrty of Wm. Waters, dre'd. Any person XvijV
ing lo purchase can do well, a the torms are re
sonnhle. Possession and a good title can Le gi
next Spr'.ne. For further pa ticula s, persons
eqiies'id to apply to the widow, who lives on r'
premises, or lo Godfiev Wati-rs or E. fSieeontw
Esq. in Sunbury. GODFREY WATERS.
C. R. WATERo.
Mav 7 tf. Ex'rxnf Wm Water.', tie-.',
SlKid!lial ! !
IRST Rate Shad and Herring, fi', nrd of fit
" flavor, inspected No. 1 to April, just rrr'.ive.
arol Ijr sale at tho new store of
JOHN CHAMBERL & . N .
May7;h. IS 12.
A'o. 237, Xorth Third. !ee Cdlowh!U It.,
'H E subscribers lakes pleasure in acrju' ntin
their fi tends and the public in uenersf . th
they have taken the large and commodious Hole
recently built by the Mifrs. H ut, on the s rm si!
once occupied by the old esiahlit-hed HoliV krnwi
as the Bull's Head, in Third sttcct ubovt CuliuW
This Hotel is finished in the very Ve't prsih.
manner, and of the lest nihterials. 1 1rs local on i
very ih suable, particularly for con nfy nit ich.n.ts
the arratigenn ti's for beating and ven.ib.ling , nc!
room is uctl as to secure any '.emp 'rature. Tin
lirdrooms aie all light and nii-v, nil furnished in i
neat sty e, so as to in-uie coi, toit.
The r. ccivii g p irlors are al-o I jrni-hed in a m.
perb st le, the windows are on the French s yle
fonnii g mi entrance to a b dcoiiy in front, w in. h
makes a plea-ai t recess. Purfimlar attention ha
been given to the bi da and bedjii.g, which, with
the furniture, are entirely ne.v.
r mm years' experiei ce in hotel htwiness, we
trust, by strict assiduity to business, to make this
house a desirablo steppum place. Our table wili
ulways lMtpplied wuh the Very bit our roatUt
can atT.rd. and our barw i h the test liquors and
wines ot the most approvcj lrap "n,
P. S. There arc firt rale stabling und carr ago
houses attached tothehot-.l, attended by ca efull
and sober ho-ilfrs, and surcharges will be low, tr
accordance with tbe pvesent hard limes.
SHUL'IZ & Di:itR.
Ph ladelphia. April Ifi, H42.
CATTiWIPSA, CCtUIVIBIA CO,
rWlHE stih-citM-r re-pectddlv int. iins the put li
J2 that be has pun h istd, and now occupies the
Well known a the prop, rty, late of Theodore
WM!s, and f .imcrlv kepi ly Samuel A. L'l dv
He is now piepared t i .iccornnioda'e sll travellers
and visiters who m .y favor him with a call, ami
wdl ii-e i veiy effort iu bis power to render evettf
convenience und rot f "l to his cu-t'iners, whl
under his ch irje. His aecoivmo 'atiolis are ample,
and bis rooms well furnished. His stables (I t'll
ive and in good condition
li s Tarik and lUn ivi'l be tupplii d ts ith lh
lest that the rra'ket can afford. By put duality
and ntiei tion. be tul- e. rodent that he wi I meiit
the patronagu of the publin
CH. MILES HARTMAN.
Cattawissa, April nth. 1 S 12.
itoiu:u r C iKTIlll & M,
LtuutttarH Strttt, Jlaitiuiort,
HAVE Constantly lor sale, Printing Paper of all
sizes and qualities. Cap Writing Paper, luhd
arid plain. Letter P. per, while and Hue, ruled und
plain, Hanging Paper, fine antl common, Envd
Paper, do. do. medium, double crown, crown and
exii a sited Wrapping Papers, Cidored Medium su.l
Royal Papers, Bomnt, renders' and Suaw Roc
Hoards, Tissue Paper, and all urt'elea in 't.cir I n.-,
which they will sell on accommodating terms,
M ghe.-t price given f r old rags.
KOUERT CARTER A SON.
March 19. 1 842. E kion. M l,
n a tt 'zar n
Suiibui)', oi lliiuiilsriiaud Count j ,
riHE mbscrib.r re.x cttuily informs ibe put ie,
A that be baa lemoved lo that largo aud Cuunti. .
do. us Urick Hous4', on Market square, opposite il a
Coutl House, (foriuCilv kept bv Hira.n I'm..)
w heie he is now pteparcd to accoinmud.iie all w.
m.iy favor him wnti a call. Being thai kful 'or
past l ivors, be hopes by strict alter, lion to husoics,
to lecvHve a liberal shaie ol public pairoi.aL'e,
CH MILES D. W H.i:i'0N.
Sunbuiy, March 6th, It 12.
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