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phlet proving that his trial iliJ not in any way
take iti rise in any difficulty about doctrine or trattarianism. The proceedings of the Conven tion are to be immediately published, and will form a large volurni;. We should have been mosthnppy to have re corded the fact of an fecquital, but it is otherwise determined. The church, whatever may be its humiliation at the frailty or indiscrection of some of its pas tors, may console itself in the reflection, that the cause of religion is never injured by a f.iitliful and fearless discharge of duty. Mr. dishing In China. A brief ocrnunt of Mr. Ctishing's tr.ivels is given in the New York True Sun: At Bombay, Mr. Cushinir was the guest of S ir George Arthur, a fornirr Governor of Up per Canada. During the period of hia brief Ftny, he bund time, in company with Mr. Fletcher Webster, and Mr. O'DonncI, an uttvvhe of the l.rpatinn, to make an interes'tino- excur sion to the Mahratta country one which plea Fed them far more than they could possibly have anticipated. The journey was mat.', p-trtly in conches and partly in palantpiins. Tiiey went as far as Pootiah, situate in the Southwestern part of the Decern, in Central India, and former ly the c-ipital of the Mahrattas. It in somewhat celebrated for having b-'en captured in by Sir Arthur Wellesley nnd the "Iron Duke." Here the travellers saw the largest cantoments of English t roups in India, and attended a grand review, where the American Minister received the highest military honor.-'. They also visited a celebrated Brahmin temple, being carried there on the backs of the sacred elephant", and escor ted by the English Political Resident, Mr. War den, who is f.vornhly kiiown to many of our countrymen, after whom he inquired with great ,!nerest Mr. Cushing resided in China exactly nix months to a day, and doling the whole period ' constantly engaged in promoting the ob jects of his mission Ry the non-arrival of the St. I.ouis sloop of war, which lay, very singu larly, a lorg time at the Cape, and through the lontinued obstacle of the Northern monsoon, he .vbs under the necessity of remaining at Macao intil the Imperial Parliament actually antici wted his movements by despatching a commis- sitin to him. It consisted of Tsi Yeng, an im perial delegate and plenipotentiary ; Wang, reasurer of the Provinces of the two Kwangs, ,i nd Pwan Pwan, another high dignity of state. Tsi Yeng is a Tartar of Imperial blood, and the same person who negnciated with Sir Hen ry Pottinger. 1 1 is name, we might as well state here, has been erroneously spelled Kying in the Engl sh newspapers. The personage seemed to huve the full confluence of his sovereign, as Ire was appointed, with all the powers of a plen ipotentiary, to negociate with the French and American I.egat.uns, as soon as they armed. For two weeke the two Commissioners were Miplojed day and night, with the exception of heir meal times and a tew hours given to epose, in discussing and arranging the various uestions in controversy between the two Go 'ernnients, and in negotiating the treaty now efore the Senate of the United Slates, It was . t last agreed upon and drawn up in Chinese nd English, but finally prepared in the Tartar lialect, which is the language ut the Emperor. It was signed at ten o'clock at night on the d of July last, in the Sanctuary of the Temple e have already mentioned, and from w hich, as e have stated in part, the priests ai.d their i ols had bee.n previously displaced, without the ightesl hesitation, to make room for the Coin tissioner auii Ins suite. This circumstance con inns the opinion entertained hy many res dents China, that the Imperial Court there t no par icular regard paid to any religion. Mr. Cashing has left for Washington, where e will remain a fortnight. A FitKAK ok Foutunk.- The Pottsville I'm nrium of Saturday makes record of the follow ng freak of the blind Goddess Fortune : "A poor but sober anil industrious shoemaker, fthe name of Hoover, residing at Port Carbon, a this county, received information lately that a elative of his wife, who lately died in Germa y, had bequeathed to her father, of the name of naffer, who lived at Orwigsburg, and was also i indigent circumstances, money and property the amount of one million and a half of dollars! r. Shatter has been dead for some time, ami is. Hoover, his daughter, being the only child, r. Hoover thus falls heir to the immense for ne. The necessary documents, establishing le validity of the will, tut. have been received, 'hristopher Loeser, Esq., has been chosen as Itorney in the mutter. We perceive that the friends of Mr. Clay still rnpose to have a marble statue of him, carved ut for immortal veneration. Considering that hey say he was cheated out of his election, by 'he Democrats, it is unkind in them, to say the least, to with now in Inm to dtiul him them selves. Tmk Towm of Milwaikie, only eight years old, has now a population of eight thousand peo ple and a daily newspaper. At this rate of in crease the town of Milwaukie will soon be enti tled to the appellation of city. KiuNAfFiNc Some apprehension exists in Kingston, Canada, that the system of kidnapping for purposes of dissection, or "Burking," is car ried on in that city. An overseer in one ot the Providence factories was discharged, when thirty of the girls 'struck,' gave three cheers, and refused to work until h was reinstated. Monstroi.'s CosrmAcr rouan out. At N. York, on Thursday there were arrested four co lored men, William Wales, alias Bombay, Jere miah Simmons, Geffrey Overton nnd Samuel Finney, on complaint of another colored man named George D. Morse, whose life they had threatened to take. The circumstances attend ing the case, the News says, are as follows. It appears that a conspiracy had been formed a mongst the colored inhabitants of Princess Ann County (Va.) to murder the white population of that portion of the eastern shore and such of the blacks as would not join with them in their deeds of murder in the course of the holidays. Several negroes in New York were cognizant, if not ac tually engaged in aiding the insurgents, and one of the number, named Hodge, had gone thither to take a part in carrying out the plans. The facts of the contemplated insurrection and the names of several engaged in it, having come to the knowledge of Morse, whose parents live in the section of the country referred to, and for whose safety he felt alarmed, he wrote, or caused to be a written, a letter to the authorities of Vir- i:.... n t.. 1 .. ,i.. ..t. :.... illiil, l um n m II 11 a 1 1 1 1 ! an in: Mirw uu mc nuiijic k which led to the arrest of Hodges, nnd r. veral others implicated in the matter. Wales, Sim- mons. Overton nnd Finnev. having bv some means been apprized of what had transpired, suspected Morse of having communicated the in formation to the authorities, became so enraged against him as to threaten to take his life; whereupon he applied to the Police, who caused them to be arrested and held to bail in the sum of $.100 each. Oi.k Bri.t.'s Eovk Ahventi'Re. The Courier dest Etats L'nis publishes a very romantic story of a young lady of high respectability in Boston, who followed Ole Hull on to New Yoak, nnd had herself conducted to his room, confessing herself willing to be her slave; and that the violinist reasoned with her on the impropriety of her be haviour, and conducted her to the steamboat and sent her back, sorrowing, to her friends. The Sunday Atlas says : We have heard another ver sion of the story. The lady did not, as we learn follow the violinist to New York, but visited him at his hotel in Roston. The result is much the same as that published in the French paper. Ole Hull was an honorable man ; but the lady, we grieve to record, is, we hear, in a lunatic asylum. The strength of her passion overcame her rea son, and she was suffering under the direst of ca lamities, madness, when she visited him. Indian Courtship. A party of fourteen In diana, mule nnd female, have lately started tor England from the Northwest Territory, the speculation of taking live savages to bestirred at by John Bull proving a profitable one. Thebc Indians say that their mode of courtship is some thing as follows : The stricken Romeo discour ses sjch music as he is able to extract from a rude flute before the wiginan of the copper co lored one until the damsel comes forth, and then he commences pelting !ier with sticks. If she smiles, and does not throw the sticks buck, it is a match on the contrary, if she fakes it into her head to throw the aforesaid sticks back, the poor swain puts up his pipe and looks for another wigwam, or, in other words, "puts that in his pipe and smokes it." This is one way to make and reject love. Picayune. Linf.s n Du. lliiAwniir.TH's Pills. He came fioin afar, to the laud of the hrae, To cure our diseases, and snuteh fiom the grave. Long, long had Columbia her eufl". ring sons mour ned, Rut now she rrj decs, for heidih has returned. What prize shall we giv , or what honor li slow 1 Willi what wreath shall wed.ck the PhiLirhro pists brow ? Thy name, Dr. Rr.iudreth, ' inccril eJ on our souls, And thy fame shall extend from ihe line to the poles ; llewatc of all Druggists, who strive to deceive Their miserullu imi!Htinn can nt ver re it ve ; The Agents mlverlised, sell ihe genuine Pills, Which remove from the loily the ciusc of its ilo rXj Purchase of H. B Masser, Sunbury, or of j hn agents, published in another part of this p.ier. .Tf .1 It it IKlt, On the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. P. Shindel, Mr. Hkmiy IIi.iiiim to MissMakia Woi.k, both of Au gusta tow nshtp. On the th inst , by the same, Mr Isaac Dm m in.t.i.FH to Miss Makv Cumiad, both nf Augusta. Hy the same, some time since, Mr. Jamks Ross to Miss Hkmuktta Com. iion, both of Au gusta township. On Thursday, the 50th ult., by the Rev. A. Brittain. Mr. j.v. 011 G. Gknski., tu.Miss Ei.i.k.n Fisiikr, both of Koaringcreek tp., r ohindiia co. On the 2nd inst., by the same, Mr. Pau i:so Fisiikk, of Rush tp., to Miss Makv An Cai.nl, of Shamokin tp., Northumberland co Onthe Sth ult., by the Rev. J. II. Worrell, Mr. Hakyian: S.nvi.H!, to Miss Mary. Ann Ram-:, ull of Rush tp On the Qi'.th ult , by the same, Mr. Maiii.ox Hi'KK, o Augusta, to Miss Hannah Vami.nk.oI' Shamokin tp. .. riiici: t:uiuu:.NT. Corrected weekly hy Henry Yojctltetmer. Wheat, .... 85 Utk, Ml ('ohm, . . . . . 40 Oats, 35 Pohk, - 5 FL4XIEF.il, ... . BuTTKII, l Rkkswix, .... 25 Tallow, ... 10 Dnitii ArrLV.s, . SO Do. PsACHkS, . 150 Flit, ... .8 Hecklid Flax, 10 Eoos, .... .10 Call and So Hie. PERSON knowing ihemselv. s bubbled to the subscrilwr, are requested to call snd scttli llitnr accounts, on or la-fore the UOth day of Janu ry next, after which time those of lung standing will be placed 111 the hands of a Justice, for coll. c tion. II. B. MASSER. Dec. 11th, 164 1. F1KKMKN & C1TIZKN8' BALL, AT I A XVI 1,1,12, FI?.XSl'I,VAXI.t, On Wednesday Evenitiff, Jan. 22, -T V ADIE8 AND GENT1.1 Ml N fr. m distance, who wish to enjoy a pleasant even ing, are n specifolly inv ted to favor us with their presence. The I) A IX will open at G o'clock, P. M., with a Brand promenade, in the large and com modious saloon of the Engine House. fXj' T1CKE TH, f 2, admitting a Gentleman and Lady. tX3" For Tl. kets, apply to II. B. Mswr. Esq , Siinhtiry ; at the nfhee of the "Milton'sn," Mlton ; to I)r. Joseph Priestly, Noilhumherl.irid j or to the malingers, MAKAoinii: ffm, DonaM-nn. Gen A. Fiick, Joshua W. dimly, William Coir, John Best, Jon O. Montgomery. Dmville, January lllh, 1815. 2t LIST OP CAUSES. T7Olt trial in the Court of Common Pleas o' Nor Ihuml erland County, at January Teim 1315 romnienrirur the first Monday, being the Cth. Sritzinger, alienee of . v John Garver rt n v- George I.'in reiiro vs J I llsrkenherg vs Wm M'C.y s John F Murray vs Joseph Writ d v. Isaac Rnnlaritii I ' Sirph.n Dcir i Fry mire for Evert ! Bellas fi Ellis, Ac Herd fir Murray J W S niih Daniel 7.erhe A Wife VVm A I.loyd vs Martin A Stock Siini'l SwinehaitiV wife vs Peter Fester Corimd Dcsher's ex'r vs J McKiuney ct al App'e'on, endorsee of hJwantscV erree vs Wm Donild-on Dimuiig fur Gamp vs 1 .iroh VVorlley s Charles Ruch vs John Painter vs Alir iham f.swrence s Joseph Keller vs H'-nrv Hteiumeti vs John W Peal v J C U Nou'se Joseph ritzel John R Keiil.r I Renjimin Robins ! I'lenlice for Welch ! Stephen Derr i Haas rV Drurkemiller j Wm A Lloyd ; Unlet Smith vs Augustus cc John lluey H T Hollineshend tV Co vs Peter Lazvus Charles 1) Wharton vs Henry liardsher E P S'-annon vs Dennis Waters J Ji W F Wsjgnnselh r vs Eli S iter I A W Johnson et al vs John O Boyd et a! j John Ross's ri'rs vs G SS Wal'isit al j Oiuir'es Gale vs S ime I Christian 1, Weimer vs Hub .n V M'Coy , D.miel Rrcsius vs J. hn A lShisler Joseph Mimmn vs Shamokin C.al A- Iron Co j i rowiesiv uiri-nacn vs Mogenilolilrr v nrnsuacn j Fjfiely. Gleaver rt Co vs Thomas M'Fall I It R Geaihnit vs John G Young I Dar.iel Mover rc Wife s Daniel Frvmire 1 Ahrshsm Troutnian ct al vs Ghri-linn Tchupp John U Miller vs in M Gsy Claire Genevieve Dasque vi Daniel Dunkleberger Hume vs r-ame George Oyslet ' vs John G.irnhnrt et al John Bobb s Diniel Dornseif Welsh, Pemp ft Frick vs George Ovslcr Folger for Troxcll vs Henry P Follmet William Farmw Charles A Towar Light iV HolfuinB S tV J Bird .1 & J K Tr, go Hiiycs, Elliot, Lyon &. vs Abraham Klaze vs George Eckert vs J A P Montague vs John N Lain et al vs Wm M 'decry et si Gosh vs Mil'er Frvmire Jar. ib Scihrit George Leiluich Henry I'upp Henry Ma-ser Jordan V I'urdy Henry Hitchinan (irorue Eckert D M Nechler Mnrhell f r Ruber John A Housworth Rums A. EimIv Ehcubrih Wii zel ( ieoige Ei k' It Dim, I M'Kn ght I) S Spare Henry M is er vs (ieoige G M'Kee vs Henry Masser, Esq. vs George Slnlcy vs II. nry Folk vs .lot-cph Allison s George Ku!7. vs George W Towar vs .1 Dines Th rp vs J neil liwine vs ticurue Heckcrt et al vs S me vs D Lev y' rx'in vs G'-orue W Towur vs I! Rii'haiilsiio ci ul vs Henry sti t'ler V Will t'l 'ar V el ill SXMl'KL D. JOIfDW. PrnihonotarC oflice, Sunbury, Dec. 1 1th 1s t 1 l'r(l,V. LIST OF JURORS OF .Norihiiuilx'tlund foul ly, lur January Term, A. D. 1 8 is. raiiI .furor. Turhut. baa.- Du. kle. lUltiwure. Win B Irwin, John Beard, Abra ham Sismer. MiInn. Lew is E Evai s. II J Eckbeil. ('hil'Siptiitpic Joseph Fordesman Sortliuntlierltnid. J Youngmxu, Benj Hein. Aitgusla Henry Malicli, siir. Slmimikiii. John HolVinaii, James Y01 nm. Mttxh. ls:,sc Esse, Wm Ruthermel, Jscoli Ar'er. I ppir M11 li 1 it vy. Gideon A.lam, Sobinnni Folk. Samuel .at. lAitrcr ,Mtiiitmtiy. jonai. an I'oiK.y, neoiue ' II nis, Andrew Deny, J cob Snider, j.., Elijah i j liver y, John B iwmsii, jr. , 1 I'ravci'M Jiiroi'si. j j Turhut. John I'm, j I l.i ins. Adsin Schuyler, J i.'ob Ifunsii'kei. j i Ihliiwiire. J lines Kulhc rt, John Ht'ile, L.iac j Vincent, John Fog Ima.i, Daniel Nicholas, j Milton Michael Kramer I (.'liilifiumpie. Thoinus Hul.hi n, John Heller, Win lt.triiti.it t, Robeit Lyon, IMvvird Buoy. I'oini. John I'fouiz, Allan New l riy, jr., Win I Dentb r. I Northumberland. Win H W apples. i Suntiurt. liuies llu-tc J, John lldeman, tieo ( B YountMiiau. Augusta. .Isroh Rhouls, ('hades Robins, J is ! Lvtle, Ptiihp G ml. Amlrew K i h.rnun, Peter : Vandliug, licora Siler, J hii Yoiily. j Siainiii 11. Morgan Hughes, John Hurt', Fur ; man F.-rusworih, John K (.'..inpl.ell, j A'kai George A D ion, Beiij.uuiu Malhias, Jacob Snider, Ale I inuei I'auiplied. fin, I. David Tlioit!iiii. Mich.icl Dek, snr. I I'ppt-r Mtih'imiy. (i-erge ll.iss. I l.tmir Maliiiiiin. Huh Keii.ble, John Mis- tier, snr., Henry Wist. Jucktun Dsniel lloliner, jr.. John Kiehl, Hen ry L it-lis, Benjamin lleim, Jscob Weioer, jr. I'i'fit Juror. Turhul. J sines Ar.nslioiig. Isti'.x. John Khipi'. Ihlnwurr. Jacob Do-hler. snr., fieome pox. Sjniuel Dt-srmoud, David T Mack y, Jarrd Ir wine. Milton. Isaac Hoii. l, Henry W1II1. I111, George Ei'er", Michael Slioe.ii.,kcr. Cliilihiiuuiptc Thomas Allen, James Jordan, Andrew F.lzer, jr. J'oint. Daniel Vankirk. Northumberland. Abiaham Hollopeter, Jacob Rider. Sunbury Chuile Weaver, Prler W (iiay. Auguita. Jacob Evert, Joseph Lytic, RoU rl U I'u.stil, Jacob Dcwill, Thomas Wi.lt. jr. Kwli. Joseph Patten, Alrxandei Moo:e, Cas per Herd, lamb Rued, jr. Little Mahanoy. David Dunkleberger. Jackson Charles Kolhermel, Micliai I Creaiiu tier, Peter F. r.ler, 1'tUi Keed, Jcub Bohi.vr. Nov, UOih, 1844.- Sliaiiiokiia Coal NORTH UMBER LAN 1). AT flH E Siihscriher has a boat loid of excell. nt JL Whatnokm Cost nt Northumhcrl ind, whicli he oilers for sale nt the lowest pr.ces. Persons wishing In prchise will cull on the suhscii'ir at Sunbury, or E. P. Shannon, E q. at Northumber land. II. U. MAS.su it. Sunbury, J.m. 4th, 1S45. iXolice. LL persons indebted to the etlo ofjotin 4 B l,egiieu, late ol l otnt tnwnsrup, ilecrase.l, are lierel.y no ified to make piymen', without de lay, to the sulircrilier- and t'me hsvii g claims against said estate, w II present them ilnlv suthen tualed for selllinitn. JOHN B. IIOVI), D. RltAUIIGAN, North'd, Dee. 28, 18 U. fit Eiecut rs. Lost! ! SOMEWHERE between the residence of the subscriber, in Ch li qu .que townslun, North, uiolit rtand coiintv , and the loroiiuh of Sni'tuitv, on Tuesday, the l'Jth insl., a smull I'ockkt Hook, ' eoniiiiiiing a note of li nol from Tobias Uu mert and John Murray to subscriber, as the administrator of I riiom.is Murray, il.ile.l in Januirv, IH'J'I; nnd I sriothi-r noie of hand li same, fur f 18, dated in i 181(1; a siit'pums f.ir witnessese-, and five dol lar lull on (he Bmk of Noithuruheiland. The finder, by returning it, will he suilub y rewarded j or by leaving Ihe p ipers at ihe Post Dilic-, Sunbu ry, or forwarding them to ihe m1 sciiber, mav keep the five dollar bill. JAMES F. ML' It RAY. Ch ItFqu .que, Nov. 30ih, 1 H 1 4. tf FIFTY DOMiAltS ltFVAIU)! CANTRELL'S Ci'Irltrnfcd I'amily QtMlirincs 7ILL not cure everv thine, but still rein -in 11ncm1nll.il in Ihfir srver.il ili-partmoi.ts by every thing ever nlTered to the public, who have voluntary eiime forward snd tillered numerous nnd highly rispcctable tes:iin niiuls of their suprri.r ellic icy. Cnntrrll'.s Cnmpiiunrl Mf til valid Sinip nf Stir, tripnr lln ; or, Ann-Seorbiiiie Svrttp, for the ei.re of Scorfula, Chronic b'hen.n .tisoi. Chronic Swel lings of the Joint', Enipt'oin of tlie Skin, mid nil Disea-es arising from the abuse of Mereti'v, iV-., unsurpassed by any thing in the ina-ket, eonibi. nirig all the virtues resident in the Sar-nparill.i with a modern in' dtcaineut, on'y lately brought nut by ihe most respectable medical authorities. Price, 50 cents per lu tile. Citntrelt'tt .liiti-Diivprplic l'"trtfer, f"r the re lief anil prrmnni'iit cure of i!mI most distressing complaint, Dyspcpsi-i, in all it forms and stages. It is tiuly a most vnhi ible renudy. S.dd in bottles at 25 and SO cents each. CiintrrlPi .Igur. Mixture and Tonic Mrilint' mrnta, stands al tho head of ihe list unrivalled by nny, or all the innumerable medicines in u-e throughout the length and bread h of Ihe land, for the cure of Fkvkh and Aner. in all its stages, and from nil its consequences. Residents in Fever and Ague districts should never I without it. The sul.sc.il cr will forfeit EIF'I'Y DOLLARS where his medicine fails to peiform a cure in the most obstinaie ca-e. Sold Who'es de nnd Retail bv CALEB CRES. SON. at Ids Drua WVehonse, No. fi North Third Street, l'hiladelibin ; also, bv the r cul irly ap point, d audit. SK I'll W. ROBERTS, Wholesa e Druggisl, No. 51 Water Sireel, Mobile. Prepared oi:lv bv the SubRcrdx-r, corner of C A R. PEN PER and SECOND Str.ets, below I'hristi an, Philadelphia, where it is also retailed. Observe, none ate genuine ithoot li e s.L'ea'ure ..f JOHN A. CAN TREIX. unfit'Il's Ainu' .Mixture, or Tonir .llnlic aiuriil:i, Fur the cure of nil li limit tifficlionn, if token lie cor'liittf to direction. Il is a never failing .remedy which no fami'y oughi to be without, esp.ri.illy in low in.r-1 y com tries. As this medicine is put Up under the proprie tor's iiinn. di.ite inspection n the most hciei.til'u prioc ples, lx"ug Pur. ly V.gelnhle, nnd bavioi: tried its clhcdcy on thou-iind-, f r upwards of I'i vears, and lohis knowledge when mken lrictlv ac cord in u to dii ect ions, there h 1- not hi en i iie fa lore. Coder such r rrutntancrs I recommend it to the public, adding a cenili. an in support of my n-sei-tion. I, John Burns, do retli'v thnt I was in the khip Tob.icco I'lilit of I'hll.iilel, hi 1, t'upl. Reid.io June, 18i7, biino-l 1.1 l.iveri.ool ; toon the fever and ugue and taut in l.iv. ipool moiio I in-' un.b r the doctor's I amis, went fiom ll-eie to It i'lnm re. lay in ihe Inlinnary for four ur five w.i ks Iroin thence to Pbiladi Ipb in ; wnssn 111.11lhsnn.h r Dr. Goals; fiom thence to New Y' rk . nt to II e Hospital, reiru'ri-d dure i,l 1,011 fur w.rks wilho.it anv relief tiled .very lb 111! wohoiil snv benefit, for five ye.ns. lie 1 r 1 1. c of Ca. Orel's 11ue Mu lu.e fr.nn a frit-id, I wei I to I 'n lore. I 'I.I hioi h w I was ntllicled, and gi I a I , . 1 1 1 ol his iniviirc and us. .1 il ar-eor lintf to .lireclions. Il 111 e'e a . r lecl c ure, and I have in I bail the lensl r. tun .inc. . I do with con lid. lice rcionoiici d o to ihe pnblic. JOHN BERN'S. !Hllt alrl Syrup ul'S;irsasii Ilia. I'h, I id. Iphia, April lilih, Is I I. Mr. Joint A. I'vs i hi li , Dear Sir, II. mm; be 11 nlllic ed for tipw.nd . ol two vears with ulceration ul the tbioai, .le trov i g the whole if die soft piloe, then 1 h n.uvili Ihe upper part i f uiv mouth into inv nose, Irooi whie'i s. ier til iece. of boi.e came 1 ut, which partial y .Ictiov e.l niv sp. rcli, ibrouuh a km. I I'r .v nh 111 e tnl vour Medicated S.up.'lS,rs p nl ,, am now le-tor. d lo pcit. cl be jltb, and inv sialit. w Inch w is .0 much impair' d, l a troiiu as iv hen n I ov. I ibon-hi tl a duly I ni .1 to y.iu and iIiom' snni l.irly ull'ei I' d, to ill ike It public. VoUis, R' spec 1 1 1 1 1 V , s it K.I. KlliK. Corner of Tenlh and t..a rs StuvU, I, (!a''lil J. nsl oi, No. '. lb -kl. ss Sl;cet. do e. 1. Iifv thai my wile, J me, was nllbc rd tor two yean, wnh lib. noil i-in. and at la-t was enl rely ill a li-.l, so thai she wssubbeed to be routined lo b- d ; fell ing of Cant'i'H's Me.liealed Syinp of Sam ,p irilU, or Ami Scoibuiic Syrup, I pr.uie l four h ttl s. which coinpl. I. Iv reinoved all her pains and slill from lu r Innh.; two more bottles made a p. r fecl cure, SI e is now able t a' tend 10 her house, hold duties as u.ujI. GABRIL JONsl'ON. PhiUdclpliM, Jan. 251. IH1I. jj De-rriptiva Pamphlets may be had of ihe agent, (Giati..) J. W. FUILING, fcunhuiy, Nov. 9, 811,y Jgent. GLASS by 10, best quality, Cut NsiU, nil ne, Salt, by ihe ik mid barrel, H it. and Gaps, ul the t.t quality. All for sale at m,ln,cd 10 c. , by fmibury.Oct. 2, let a I. il.B. MAS&ER. va: p.t a im: com polw i, ron ma eras or DYSPEPSIA. Till Medicine is ofTered to the public gener ally, from a full conviction that it is superior to any other medicine now in use. for the rure of Dy.p. pia ,iver Complaint, Nervous Debility or Bodily Weskness, Ac. Its rfTeetshsve been tested in a private practice . fne.r eiiiht years, and it is now more etiensively circulated, al the solicitude of many who have re ceived the niost signal benefit from the u-e of it. The f iorviog j one among a number of certifi cates leceiv. d in relation to the success of this me dicine : Lancistkii Co. March 18. Da. Oman W. Ai.lk, 7)rar Sir: It is with great p'easure that I in form you of ihe success ntendiiig your Dyspeptic ( Medicine, whi'e employed in my p notice. From past experience, I firmly believe that in eight cases out of irn,trj Dyspeptic, by ihe use of your medi . ine, may emir ly rid himself of this thorn in ihe pathway of life: not only in dyspeptic eases, but in id1 rises of constipation, and diseases depend ng on a dibihia ed slate of the nervous system, loce. tber with a t.npid stiteof the bowels, will your E- li x ir befoui d of inestim dile value. Numerous in- staiirea wherein Ihe us. fu'nrss of the medicine has been realised, may I for warded, if reqnirrd. I wi-h y. u grea' success, and recommend the medi cine to the sull'cr tig ( art of mankind. Youts, with ureal respect, ROBERT AGNEW, M. D. Cfj' For sale at the store of II. B. Masser, agent for the pr 'prietor, Sunburv, Pa. October 2fith, 1811. ly NEW GOODS. TBV1E sabserile r has just received from Philadel 1 plua a fresh supply ol Nkw Goons, consisting in part, nf Mmuliii Ihininm, Crnpe Drloino, Cashmere de Lrox.-c .Shmt'l, llimlkerchrifi, JfC. Also, Hi arrr nnd S Ik Hutu, a good asHoiltm-nt ol Mrn'i unit Hoys' ('apt, Clrocerie, I.iiuors, Salt, .c Ac, all of which will be sold at the most reasonable terms. Stone Jar 11ml Jug, cheap. II. B. MASSER. Sunbury, Oct. 5th, 1H1L 1 BAGS Salt, 100 Darr.l do 1 75 e ish. fir sale by B. HENDRICKS. Sunburv. Oct. 19th. ISM. BRUSSELS, I Mi It A I.N AN1) YENE'I'L C a r ) c t i n g s . JOSEPH II I.ICKIVOOI), No. 1 1 1 Cieinut Street, Corner Franklin Spmre. PHILADELPHIA. TT AS just reci ived and is now oiening a verv A' esteusive and beautiful assortment of CAR 1'F.TlNdS. The goods are fresh, and of new st Ira, and I riim purchased principally for Cash, they will be sold at the lowest prices; they consist in p ot, of Splendid Bius-e's, "v CARPET- Beautiful iinpeiial 3ply, I INGS, Super F.vra Incrain, M!olors war- n 1, 4 4, 5 K Twilbd Venetian, ranted " " " Plain do. J ni'RAnt.F. A l.irue stuck of well seasoned l)IL CLOTHS of all width, Ri os, BiiniNos, Ac., tocelher with an extensive arso'tnienl of Luw priced Carjictins of all de-rriplions. QCj" Purchasers are r.ipies'ed to call and see us, when they will find an extensive assortment at the most reasonable prices, Phil.de'phia. Oct. f. h. ISM. if A II K V A; Kl C A I, WHOLESALE & RETAIL 1 1 AT v CAP AIAM'FACTUIIKUS, South Kust corner of Market anil 1th sis.. lliilal(-llila, U THERE th y alwavs ke.-p on hand an extcn sive i-s ..tin ut of HA TS Zj CA I'S of everv di script ion, got up in Ihe he-t and most Approved slj le. I'eis ns derirnus ol purchasing superior aril ch s on ihe most ri ai 11 .ble terms, will find it to .heir adMinlHge to call b. f re making purchases ebe h. re Philadelphia, Oei. r t 1 1 . MIL lv sin (;i:in "s pa i knt VAOI-IIITG 1 AC HI IT Z. rilHIS M . chine his now been ter-ted by more 1 than thirty families in this neighborhood, and has given entire iitilactioo. It is so simple in its co Htrurth'ii, that it cannot get out of urd. r. It . 0101 ns no iron lo ru-i, mid no -piings or rollers lo uel out of n-pair. It will do twice as much wssh ini!, Willi Icsx thiol hall the wear and tear of an) of the I ite inventions and what is .f greater in por tauce.it coms but lit le over half as much as other washing machines. The sub., ribrr has ihe exclusive right for Nor. thumbed ind, l iiioii. L coiuuig, 1'olumbi i, l.n i. rue and Clinton counties. Price of single mi ll fit. II. II. MASSER. Ti.e follow ii a ceit'licate ;s fiom a few of I hose wboha.e llie-r 111 uhi. es in use. Soi.bury, Aug. 24, IrJIl. We, ihe sulserilM-rs. eemly that we have now in u-e, in our faiiuliis, "Sbogeit' Patent Wash- 11. t! M , chine," and do nol lit. itate siviugthil it is! a niosl tii rlb nt inveii'l'll. I hat, III a-hllig. it will -aiemore ibau one half the usual labor. Tnal it do. s not require more than one thinl the osii.d .pi inli'v ol .0 pand water; and that there is n 1 rul.t'ii'g. and con. qiieiiily. little or no wear- iii r I. aiuij. I'h .1 it kn.H'kj "If no bullous, and I Dial li e finest elo h-s, si c'i 11s collar-, laces, locks Iril s. rvc, may lie isbeil to a ve y sl.ort lime without li e leitrl 1 1 . j 1 1 1 v , a. d til liRl without stiv a.p.i.eni i ar and teu', llatevsr. We iheit'fore eh eit. illy recommend it to our ti ieuds and lo the public, as a iiioj-I u -iful ..d l.ih. r savinu machine. emuLEs wMiEcyvs, A. io:tN. Ills S E WE It. Ills I'l.EXsANTS, Glti:tl M RKI.E. Hon. GKti. C. WE LKF.lt, BENJ. IIENDIfH Ks, (illiEON I.EISEN RING. IIhih's Hotki, (toiin rlv Treinont II ou-e. No. I Hi Ch snul s uet,) 1'liilj.lelplna, SeplentU r 21.1, IHIL I have um .I Shug. it's Patent Washing Machine in in v liou e upw ir.ls of eight month-, and do not licnate to tay that I deem it one of the mo t use lid and valuable talioravi.ig machines ever invert led. I formerly kept two women continually oc cupied in washing, who now do a much in two .lays as tin y then did in one we. k. Them is no wear or tear in w ashing, and it requires not more ihao oue-lhiid the usual quantity ot soup. I have had a number of odi. r in chines in my lain ly, but . this is so decidedly supeiior to every ihmgrUe, and no li'tle liable to grt out of lepor, (tint I would not i .lo without one it ihry .houl I coi l.n limes the I price they aie sold for. DANIEL 11 ERR. ' 'PUKED! LOI 11, a hainLome article, all wool, ! buht snd el sue, lur -utnmer L ais and Pant. lo' sale, very low, by i June 15. H. U. MASSER. . l .. . . ('HEAP 1 in in.t CARPET STORE. OW THE CASH FLAN. 7 At An. 41 Strnwhmry St. Philadelphia. flHE Rent of Ihe suhrtribers in their present I situation being very low, and their term CASH, they are enabled to aril at such low price that customers cannot fail to be satisfied, and they invite the people of Northumbeiland and the ad. joining counties to call and eismina their stock, as they otTer an enrellent assortment, comprising Beautiful lmreril, Spiv, " Superfine Ii grain, Heav Twilbd Venetian, VCARPET1NGS. Fine English Worsted do. Plain S'riped do., With a large Stock of well seasoned Floor Oil Cloths of ail widths, for Rooms, Halls, Door Pie ces, fee. Also Furniture Oil Cloths, Beautiful Hearth Rugs, Table Covers, Floor Baise, Rag Car pets, Mailing. vVc Ac , together with a large Stork . f low priced Ingrain, Entry and Stair Carpels, Wholesale and Retail, at the lowest prices in ih city. EI.DRIDGE & BROTHER, No. 4 I Strawberry street, one door above Ches ntit, near 2d street. Entrance also at No. 50 South Second sl.eel, Philadelphia. Sept. 28ih. IRt 1 Urn s p XTni'sh hides A NO T A X N E il S' ) I Ii. .'lOOO I)iy La Plata Hides first quality. inOO Dry La Guira. do IOOO Dry Salted La Guira, do 20OO Dry Salt, d Br ail Hides, do 3. Ba!es Green Salted Palna Kips. JO Bales Dry Pa'na Kips. I "JO Barrels Tanners' Oil. Tanner' and Curriers' Tools. Fur sale lo Country Tanners at the lowest prices ond upon the best terms. N. B. The highest mtuket prices paid for all kinds of leather. D. KIRKPATRICK A SON'S. No. 2l,S(Mih ' hird St. Phil.delphia. Sepirmber 14. IML ly. TO Country Merchants. rilHE Subscribers respectfully invite Country X Merchants who are ahotit to purchase Fall and Winter Supplies, to an examination of their respective Slocks, believing that their several as sortments are as complete as have ever been ollei. cd in Ihe Philadelphia Market. With storks nf Goods in their several Depart ments of Ihe ch. iccst kinds a determination lo sell on terms w h ch cannot fail to prove sati!-fclo-ry and a disposition lo please old and new custo mers, wil1, we hope, be a sullicient inducement lo purchasers to call at our respective establishments. Silks and Fancy Goods. W A R P Remington 80 Market Street. Ashhurst Remington 50 Buck ft Potter 116 " Yard A Gillmoie 109 Domestic and Foreign Dry Goods. Reynolds, McFa.land A Co 105 Market Street. Buinett, Wiihers A Co 120 " Scott & Baker 1 5(1 ' Wise, Pu-ey A Wisa 154 ' Hardy fi Hackers 46 N. Second Si. Importers of Cloths, Cassitners, Vest ings, &c. William H Love 147 Mitket Street. LambeitDuy 108 Hardware and Cutlery. Michsrl V Baker 215 Market Street. Edwaid S Handy A Co 9S " Importers anil Manufacturers of Sad dlery Hardware. Horn A Knrass 215. Market Street. Boots, Shoes, Honnets, Caps, Leghorn and l'alm Hats, (Sec W E A J G Whelan, 158 Market Street. Levick, Jenkins & Co 15D " M Conrad & Co riO " Manufacturers and Healers in Drugs, Medicines, I'ainls, 0U, vVc. Thomas P Jam. a 212 Market Street. Polls, Linn A Har.is 2l:tJ ' Robinson, Cod lis & Co 87 " Edward Cole 51 Thompson Pancmst A Co 40 " Hats, Caps, Furs and Trimmings. I, Kenton lifi Maikrt Strict. John Sauerhter A Broth, r 02 " Hooks and Stationary. Giiag A Ed on 9 N. Four. h Street. Hogau A Thompson 30 " Importers of 5riiisli and French Fan cy Stajile Stalionary. L I C hen A Co 27 S Fourth Street. Henry Cohen 3 " Importers of Hosiery, Gloves, Trim mings and Fancy Goods. Seiley A Severing 2 N Third Street. Parker A Lehman 3 " Comhs, IJitishcs, Urootns, cc. Thonus Cooper 3 N Front Street. Importer of Toys, Fancy and Staple (ioi)ds, A F O t Mnuri.se 16 S Fouith Street. Manufacturer of Patent Lard Lamps. E.lis S Aichei 34 N SeconJ Stuet. Manufacturer of Patent Floor and Furniture Oil Cloths. Laae Macuuhy, Jr. 6 N Fifth Slrt-el. Manufacturers and Importers of Pa per Hangings. Howell A Br.1h.1s 80 A 143 Chesnut Si. Philadelphia. A -.must 21. ISIL 3m. NOTICE TO Mr.ltllll.MS X. 3l.Mi:K!. WM. M. .V JOS. K. MAFLL, MAM TAITI 'REUS AND DEALERS IX FORIMGN AND DOMESTIC STRAW GOODS, Xo. 3t, Xorlh Second Strert, f opposite the Madison iloutt;J PHILADELPHIA, WHERE will bef und s general assotl- rJ iv Hieill ol 1 lorencr iiruiop, .-vnri-., iiui'o. lands, Peddles, Wilh.w Flail, Rica St aw, and tlx much admired Neapolitan Lace, ami Fancy Ui. nets, in inohic lined by us, slid for sale at Ihe 'owe t manutsclu'e prices. Merchants and Milliners a.o iiiviie.1 10 give us a cdl upon visiting Ihe Cily. (X N. B We have ulso cnii'lamlv niakina aopi tior h.er 1 nd ott.r edgings, all uf winch I he sol.) ch.ap, lor rash. Philadel, Ins, May 25, ISIL ly l)ALORINES, a handsome article for I.u Ji. ' DresM s, tor sal cheap, by Juiiv IB. 11. B. MASER.