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A RerARTii. Mr. Packenham, the British minister, was in the lobby when the House con curred in the amendment made by the Senate to the bill for annexing Texas, and when the resnlt was announced, he turned to Mr. Slidell, of La., and said, "You Americans are, indeed, a grasp ing people." "Yes," replied Mr. Slidell, "we have a strong mixture of the Anglo-Saxon blood in us." This was touching Mr. P. in a quiet manner. Extr,ct from a London paper. Wf're nut ourselves, When nature, teing oppressed, commands the mind To suffer with the body." This i a truism conceived by the msster mind of Shakapearc, which neither sophistry nor argu ment can refute. To all those who are sulfating from bilious attack, indige-lion and flatulency, we would with j rent sincerity recommend, as a never failing remedy, Drandreth's Tills. The testimoni al we have had submitted to us in favor nf this admirable medicine, ful'y justify our speaking of these Til's in terms of the highest praise. (y Purchsse of H. II. Master, Sunlury, or of the agent, published in another part of this paper, t-JTU. -i-J -L- L I II I 111- Tm Io DistMcT. The iron district which apreads through New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ma ryland, and Western Virginia, traverses regions exhuberant with coal, and abounding in water power; and, travelling farther West, we find in Ohio, Kentucky, and particularly in Missouri, immense stores ot metaliferous wealth, adjacent to the most fertile agricultural districts. It is to Pennsylvania, however, we must chiefly di rect our attention, where two-fifths of all the iron in the United States is made. The United States contain 80,000 square miles of coal, which is a lout sixteen times as great as the coal measures of Kurope. A single one of these gigantie mass es runs from Pennsylvania to Alabama, and must embrace, itself, 50,000 square miles. Out of fif ty counties of Pennsylvania, no less than thirty iiave coal and iron in them ; and, out of the 46, OOO square miles of Pennsylvania, which form su perficies, there are 10,000 miles of coal and iron ; jwhile all Great Britian and Ireland have only '2,000 so that Pennsylvania alone has an area of coal and iron five time, as great as that of Great Britain. The quality of the coal or iron is as rich as that of Great Britain, and they have the advantage of lying near the water level ; while those of the latter country are sometimes more than one thousand feet below the surface, and are excavated through subterranean passages. Hunt's Merchants Magazine. A Tkrrim.r Operat-io. The Lowell Adver tiser speaks of a terrible surgical operation at the Massachusetts General Hospital, performed by Dr. Warren : "No less than the complete remo val from the head of nearly one half the upper jaw, that is from the mouth t the ear. The skin and flesh of the cheek were first turned up over the eye, and then the separation was effected by taws, and the use eveu of the chisel and mallet. The whole occupied an hour and a half, and the unfortunate patient bore it with firmness. He is an elderly man, (not j-ebust) from the eastern (part of Maine, and a brother of one of our wealth iest and worthiest merchants. The disease is cancer. Ir. Warren is of opinion that though it may remain in the head, the sufferer will live se veral years lenger than he otherwise would." .VT Jl It It I K If , On the 6th inst., by the Rev. A. Bnttain, Mr. Gkokuk W. Brkwrr, to Miss Charity Y. Mor gan, both of Augusta. On the 10th inst., by the Rev. James Kay. C. Woodman Scatk, Esq., of Williamsport, Ly roming co., to Miss Hajinah W., daughter of the Rev. James Kay, of Northumberland. At Williamsport, Pa., on Tuesday evening, the 2.'th ult., by the Rev. E. Bradbury, Thomas Mtkrs, Esq., of Kingston, Luzerne county. Pa., to Miss Et.izAnRTii C. Vaeukrbelt, daughterof P. Vanderbelt, Esq., of the former place. " " "DMaTTlTT""-mmmmm On Wednesday evening last, near this Borough, Mr. JOHN ARRISON aged about 40 years. On the 12th inst.. in Augusta township, Mr. WILLIAM RF.ESER, aged K3 years. Of Erysipelas, on the morning of the SCith ult., at the residence of Judge Morton, near Ridgway, Elk county, Pa , Col. WM. J. B. ANDREWS, late Clerk of the House of Representatives, of this State aged 40 years. PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer. LIST OF CAUSES. T7OK trial in the Court of Common Picas of Nor thumhcrland County, al April Term, 1815, commencing the first Monday, being the 7th. Jacob Painter vs E Ureenough Seitxinger, alienee of Garver s John Garver et al Stephen Detr vs George Lawrence Frymire for Evert w J P Harkenberg Hsm'l Swinehait A wife vs Peter Ferster Appletnn, endorsee of Edwards A Verree v Wm Donaldson Dimmig for Camp Benjamin Robin Prentice for Welch Stephen Ierr R P 8hannon Daniel Nrosius Joseph Mi'irmn I! K Graihait vs Jacob Wortler vs Abraham Lawience s Joseph Keller vs Henry Hteinmetx Dennis Waters vs John A Shissler vs Shamokin Coal A Iron Co vs John C Young Daniel Mover A Wifa vs Daniel Frymire Claire Genevieve Daaque Daniel Dunkleberger Same vs Same Welsh, Pump A Frick vs George Oyaler William Farrow vs Ahrahnm Klaze Charles A Towar vs George Eckert Light A Hoflmsn vs J A P Montague J & J K Trgo vs Win M'Clecry et 1 Hayes, Elliot, Lyon & A New Exi'erimrnt. The Hartford Asylum lias begun the experiment of testing the extent to which art culatim and the understanding of what is spoken to them, can be ta'ight to tke po fiils. The report of Mr. Weld, the principal, on this subject and the other topics connected with the late visit to Europe, will soon be laid before the public. Cri ei.t to a Slave A iost inhuman night presented itself to the residents of Chesuut street this morning. A negro boy was seen to issue from near the corner ol Third street, strip 'd to his waist, and his back cat and lacerated in a most shocking manner; he took straight line for the river, and plunged in, apparently with the intention f getting clear of some dreaded e vil at all hazards. He was, however, rescued by some of the crew of a steamboat lying at the wharf. St. Louis A'ew Era. The Jau at L'montown, Fayette county, was partially destroyed by fire last week, says the Phila. L"der. The fire was communica ted by an insane prisoner, named Vest, who was confined in a room iipar the roof, and who broke away the cejln ud net fire to the roof, by means oft lighted broom. This is the jail that Mies Dix describes as being dirty, ill kept and the only inmates being two madmen in chains. If it had been burned down entirely it would have been no Ws, aird might 1iave wrompted come ot the benevolent individuals of that coun ty to endeavor to procure a better acylum for the poor unfortunates whoiuhabit it. Sneaking of these two f rinoners, Miss Dix says: "One of these men is decidedly homicidal, nd, with the exception of a short interval, has tieen, I was informed, in prison filVeen years, tin one occasion, becoming violently excited at seeing an intoxicated man put into his room, nd possibly provoked by him, for no one knows how it was, he fell pon him and murdered him in the most shocking manner. When the keep. r came to visit his prisoner, horrible specta cle presented itself the murdetcd drunkard mangled ami lifeless: the mad man exulting in the deed, and covered with the blood of his vic tim 1 He also went at large and burned build ing. The otber man has been insane about se ven years Both are dangerous, and are sub ject to paroxyswis of rory. Every person must comprehend something of the difficulties of ta king care of the insane ; but all know, likewise, that humane efforts can spare them much de gradation and suffering, even in a prison." A Rtramgb Transformation. The Episco. pal Church in Wert Troy on the Albany Road has been purchased, says the Troy Whig, by Mr. Dunham, and will be converted into ho tel with a race-ground attached. It is also said that a cockpit will form a part of the new establishment. Wmsat, M Ria, 50 Cur, ...... 40 Oats, ...... 25 Pork, ...... 6 FtAXsrttu, ... - I12J Butter, ..... la Eons. .... .8 Beeswax, .... 25 Tallow, ... 10 Dmeii Arrir.s, - - 50 Do. Peaches, 1M Flax, ... .8 HECKLsn Flax, 10 The Unitkd Statem Baptist Boakd or Fokkio.m Missions, in reply to a circular from Alabama, say "We can never be a party to any arrangement which would imply approba tion of slavery." Missions in Greenland. From late English papers, it appears that on the ice bound coast of Greenland, 4 Moravian settlements are made, to which are attached 29 missionaries ; in a climate where the cold is often 50 degrees below the free sing point. These settlements now contain 1864 native converts to Christianity, who gain chiefly from an icy and stormy sea the needful support of their families. Broom Handles. Two thousand broom han dles were lately shipped from down east to London. Gosh George Leibrich Henry Manser Henry Hiichman George Eckert Mitchell for Kaber John A Hnusworth Burns A Eiely Elizabeth Wriizel George Eckert Divid M'Kn.ght D S Sparc Henry Master Jacob Seas G.ibin A Billing ton T A Billmgton l.iac Keitx Irwin A Cramer Wm D StoulTer Jamison Harvey fieo Oyter and wife Henry 8 Graham Geo A Cramer v Miller A Frvmire vs Henry Masscr, Emj. vs Henry Folk vs George Ku'7. vs George. W Towar vs Jarcd liwine vs George Hcckcit et al vs Same vs D Levy ex'rs vs George W Towar vs It Richardson et al vs Henry Sii-uler vs Wm M'l'ariy et at vs It W A Jama Dunn vs George Hetkerl et al vs Same vs Gressingcr vs David. Watann vs Ha is A (iu'i vs John Shriner vs Am" Reed vs Joseph Bird vs David C Watson SHERIFF'S Levi Hot-art's assignee vs Alba C Barret Anthony atron et al v John M Hoiisel Cnr'ton it Farnum William Debar! Thus Vantatzeh Jexse Hensl Hmry Funk Uol.t I Fordsman Robl S Gum et ul Real Estate ON the fust Monday in April neit. at the Court Houe, In Sunburj, the subscribers will offer lor sale Tour Lota of Ground in said borough, Noa. 73, 74, 75, 76, hounded et hy River street, south hy BlarVl'f'ry ktrerl. east and north by a 20 feet alley, on which is erec ted a comfortable two story dwelling house and kitchen. ALSO Four other LOTS OF GROUND in said borough, Nos. 1 13, 114, 115, lit, hounded west by Deer S'reet, north ly Uc wherry street, esat hy lot No. 12 and sou'h hy s SO fret alio. The firt d' scri'.ied I its are 57 J feel ech, fiont, and 23 feet ihep. The others are 60 fc i t each, fr.-nt, and 230 d. ep. The terms of s4e will be made knoivn on the day of sale, by LEWIS UK W A RT, A. JORDN. EtrcutO'S of Daniel Levy, Eq ,dec'd. Sunlmry. March I5ih, 1845 4 1 WILL te rXioed to public sale on Toexdiy Ihf 25ih of March, at the late rei 'enee of John Li(hou, dee'd, in Point ti wnship, Nnrlhtnn lerland county, the toll T.ing personal property, to tt: llornrs, Cows and tShiep. H.iy ly the Ion, Wheat, Hye, t'orn and O.its ly the buslivl, tlow, Harrow, Harness a one horse Carriage, Wind Mill, Hives with Bee, Cox-r Slill. ulao li.oine hold and kitchen furniture, such ss Chair, Table, liureaus, Looking (il.ir-ne. Red, Uedi-teads kih! Bedding, Uo an eight day Clock and Case, with numerous other articles. Hue attendance will ! givn and terms made known on the day of tale, 17 JOHN' 13. UOYD, D. URAUriUAM. Point township. March 8. 1845. 3t Et'is. 1EECI1T5, rP.TJGS, DTESTTJ1TS, PAINTS, fllllE ulicrile keep conatwi'ly forfMlen the A most reasonable term, an assortment of Medi cines, Druga, Dyesluffa. Pain's, Oils, Vnrnwhr, Ac. Being largvly engagi d in grinding Mich amrles sa Gii ger, Mustard uiif Pepter, he ha- th m for sle nt a soperi.tr quality, below the market price. He would mention that he has s Patent M ichine worked hy Mean) power, which ritahlis him to sell Pi'TTr of the v.;ry h.t quality for 34 cents a lb, in lila. ld.ru, and 3 cents in Uulk. He c.infi l, ntly asertii that hi price are such a 10 give atifcUoa to those who in iv favor him with a rail. J. W. W. GORDON. No. 152 Wa t Pratt St, Unltimnre, nppoaite Ual- liniora ami Ohio Rail Itoad DeHit, N. 1). No ch irge made for delivering Good in any part of the city. March 8th, 1845 3m Notice. Instate of Col. John Jones, dee'd. A LL yerson ind bled to the estate ol Cid John JJ Jones, dc'd., la'e of fhamokin township, Noilhumberland county, are hrrehy notified to make payment to Wm. H. Muench, (one of the adroinistrators of saiJ dee'd,) between thi date and the tl of April next, without fail; and those having claims sgainst said estate will piesent them duly authenticated for settlement. After the 1st of April all the unaeltled sccounts will he pUred in the hand of pnr officer for collection, with out re.pect to person. WM. II Ml'ENCH, F.L1SHA KLINE. Shamokin tp. March I, 1845. 3t Adm'rs. vs J & W F Wst!gonsel1. r vs James 8herr s Margaret Lyon Ac V Uaniel A Zirtman vs Henry Steinnietz A wife vs Hmj imiti rorilsnun vs Willi.un Kenl SMUEI. D.JORDAN. Proihonotar's ofli. e, J'roth'y. Sunhury, March 1. If 45. i r.Nfate of John Ilurhrr, dee'd. 1MOTICE i herehv given to the hei'ssnd h-gal 1 reprenentxtives of John Bucher, late of the j Uorough of Sunhury, Nnrlliumherlsnd c urilv, ! dee'd., that by virtue of a Writ of I'artiii n or vn- I luation iued out of the Orphans' Cnuit of raid county, to me directed, an inquest will he he). I al the lite residence of siid deceased, (in the Horoogh tf Kunhury. on Thursday, the 27th d.iy of Marrh, at 10 o'clock, A. M , for the (lUtjiose of making partition of, or to vs'ue and appraise the re.il eatate of vaiil deceaiied, at which t.iad and place you my attend if you think roer. FELIX MAURER, AAerJf. 6hi riff's Office, 3 Sunhury, March I, 'S56 Txaj 'i? ix cm: nz IS herehy given, that I purchased at ronstsMr.' sale, -no the 2(t nf Fcbros-y last. 2 II. iv Mare. 12 head sheep, 2 Calves, t Rod HeihVr. t S.oited Cow, I Plow, 8 hog, selt Hurtle-, the uiidivi. drd hilf of 14 acres of Rye in tlve ginind. ie half of 13 acre of Wheat in the grotinj, 1) Ion. it hay, I two hor iigim. 1 gill day lltasa Clock, 6 Split Chair, I lot Circling, 1 Spinning Wheel Bml t Htrrsw.wUI slk the prnnrly of D iniel Sn. der of Point townsllip, which 1 h.ive leaned to sahl Siiydor du ing my pleasure. WILLIAM CALDWELL. March 1st, l45.3t Kulc ol'Courf. Peter Sliiey'i adm'rs. v. William Wrtlirr, N the Court of Common Plea of Northumber land cnuntv, January ttlh, 1815, on motion of A. Jordsn, Enq , tlie couit grant a Viile on the judg ment and lien credreoa of William Wt-lker, to sp. pear on the ful dy of April term nex:. and show cause why the money in couit should not be applied to the judgment in fivor of Peter Shili adm'is. SAMUEL D. J()ltDAN. Prothonotsry' Office, 3 i'mth'v Sunhury. Feh.'22, 1845 S tt Jacoh Shlve'N lta(f. T'OTICE is hereby given that letters of ad L) iniktrstron have hcen granted to the sulv M-riher. on the ealate of J-icoK Shtve, dee'd., lute of Auguta township, Nnrlhtini!e.aiid counlv. All l-ernons having t'rmand agaitiht s.iid slate sir re. quested to present them for t'Sniuifiution mid ,eitl nient, mid all person indebted ure liquefied to make iminediau payment. SA MI'I'L SHIVE, JOHN SI1IVE. Feh. 23J. 1845. Ct Adm'rs. Boot & Shoe MAKING. rilllE uhcriler, Inteof the firm of Deck A Uro M- iu'. wou'd respectfully inform hia old cutoin ir ami the pulilic generally, ihat he ha t..ken the shop f umerly occupied hy Has A l)iu kemi'ler ss s hntler shop, one door east of Wood's store, in Market rlreet, Hunhury, where he intends to csny on bis former luiaine of HOOT 6c SIIOK MAKINC, in stl its various t ranches. He wi I le prepireJ to ilo a: kinds of work in hi hue st the !ititrt no tice, end in the most dur.il le manner. He ix thai k ful for former putioiMge, and by Uriel attendance to I T 8 heieliy given that I have purchased, al consts A tie's sale, as the property of Daniel Snyder, of Point township, the following property, vit: One Grey Coil, a Brown Cows, I Urindle Cow, I 8led and Boi, 2 P0t. I Windmill, I Culling tioi, all of which I hava left jn the possesion of ssid Snyder during roy pleasure, of which ih pub lie will tsks notic. WM. H. WAPLE8. Msrch 1st, 1845 3i, KY virtue of certain writs of venditioni expo, nas issued out of the Court of Common l'les of Northumberland County to me directed, will he exposed to puMtc sale, at the Court House in ths Hornogh of Su'ibury, on Monday the 7th day of April next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., the follow, ing described property to wit! A certain tract of land situate in Coal township, Northumberland county, surveyed on a warrant granted to Michael Kroll, containing 250 acre more or less, adjoining Innd surveyed in the names, Freder'nk Osnn r, Mat'his Zimrnernan, Bernard Ituhlev and other; about 8 acres of which sre cleared". ALSO The equal undivided three-fourth part, (the whole into four equnl parts to he divided.) of three certain ront gunu traits of Innd, situate in Coal township aforesaid ! one ther- of surveyed on warrant granted to John Nich il.is Bailey ; one o ther thereof surveyed on a warrant to Petei Massi man, and the other thereof surieyrd on s w.irrnnt granted to I'eter Msurer, adjoining I ind surveyed in the names of B irnard lluhley, John t'owd.n. Ber jimin F, Vnung and others, containing in the whole 642 acre.i mure or less, about 50 acres of which are cleaied ; whereon arc rrrcted a I J s'orv log house, a log burn, an orchaid, Ac, now in the occupancy of Mich il l Kcrslelter. ALSO I he equ il undiviileit one-finrth part, (the whole into four equal parts to he divided,) of a certain trai t or piece of l.md. situate in Coal town fhip aforesaid, condoning 200 acre or there ihout, (heing part nf a I rger rraet surveyed in the na'ne of Daniel Rees, ralhd SprinEneld ") almut 40 a ere of which sre cleared ; whereon are eree ed a two story log house, a log barn, sn orchard, Ac., now in the occupancy of David Thompson. ALSO The iqtisl undivided one-fourth part nf a reitain tract of land, eltoate in C township a f.iresaid, enntxining 200 acres or therrahnnl, ing part of a larger tract surveyed in the name of Daniel Ree, called "Springfield.") nlwut 40 acre of which sre cleared; whereon sre erected a two tory log house a log ham, an oreha'd, Ac., now in the occupancy of David Thompson, su'ject to a mortgage to John C. Bowl. ALSO The eqnil undi ided one-f'Ur'h part. of a certrtiu tract ot land, aiiiiite in t'o.,1 tp. afore ssid, called "Stone Henge," surveyr d in the nan of William Tomlinann, containing 245 sere, or thereabouts, sIhiiiI fiO sere of which are cleared; whsreon are t ie led a two story log houe, a l- g ham, a spring hou-eand a l uge n'rhard, now in the occupancy of John Thompson, Scnr. ALSO The equal undivided "one.fourlh part, of a certain Intel of land, situate in Co il township aforesaid, railed '.tone litoge,' surveyed in the name of William Tninlinsn, containing 245 acre or thereabout, iiUiut till acr s of whir h sre Hear ed ; whereon sre erected s two story log home, s spring b'su-e and a large orchard, now in the oc cupuicv of John Thom, eon, sr subject ro s mort gage to John C. Uoyd. ALSO A certain tract nf land, situate in Coal lot' n-hip sforeaaid, slj'iiimg I iik1 now, or late of lliiUlle, Company A nih rs, containing Kva fi eri moie or letn, shout 12 ocie of which sre cleared; wher. on sreeiccied a I wo story log hou-e ai d a h g stal'le, subjict to certain mortgage-i. A I.St 1 A certain tract or piece ot I mil, situate in Coal township sforesaid, adjoining land of the AsvlumCo., Bid. lie A Co., Sirah Ri-ea A others, containing 1 0 12 sens, 43 percrnsaud aTow Hire, nfre or lew, (being part of three cont'guoua Irncta ol lantl, surveyed in the names ol iiliam I'm rt srd, tieoige Cold r 4ii A Aiflrew Shuler.) about one acre of which i (b und ; whereon arc erecied a log house and an excellent s.iw-mill, on the main branch of Shaimikiii creek, which pas-v through said land. ALSO Two certain tr tct of Imid, sima'e in ) C-oat toMn-hip sfoirsaid, adjoining Urd of Tom I Uncoil, Varnall, Mervine, Melchoir Smith A othei ! c.intaitiing together l'i7 acre, 5G perches nn.l si low nice, more or leaa, being the same trart of land which wa surveyeil in pursuance of two warrants, granted to IM-r Tleigenfuos, datel the i 10th and "Itl day of December, 1829, iepectie. ily. ALSO A certain tract of land, situate in Coal township aforesaid, a joining land nf Melchoir I Smith A others, containing twenty one acres, 134 pi relic and slUmaisrc, more or less. ALSO The rqvnl undivided four-twelfth pat. 1 (the whole into 12 cquM (.arm In he div ided ) of 31 continuous Unci of lain), ninaie in l.iltle Maho noy A Coal tow iihis afore-std ; one tln-reof ur vejed on a wsirnut, granted to William Cook, ronls'tiiog 417 screr, 140 erctn more or h -, ad joining land stiiveyed in the name of Jerendah Jackson, Wd iom (iray A others ; one other there, of. surveyed on a warrant grunted to William Wilson, containing 3!I3 acre. lOt perchea more or less, adjoining land surveyed in the n allies of Jacob Sharli II, John Cook Aoiher; one otter I hereof, surveyed on s warrant granted to Thomas Hamilton, containing 412 acres 45 perchca arid al lowance, nn 're or le-, stjining hind surveyeil in the name of Samuel Scott. Jeremiah Jackson and other; one other thereof, sor vexed in puru me--of s warrant to Thomas t tratit, contain ng 418 a ere, SO pcrche and allowance, ailjoinh g laid smveved in the name nfThoma R. e-e Tlionu Hainihoii A other ; one other thereof, surveyed on a warrant to Thorn i Reese, containing 433 a rre. 42 ta?rchea and allowance, more or le, ad- j ining land suiveyed in the names of Thmn ia Hamilton,!' Grant A. other ; nneo'her the.iof, surveyed on a w i rant to Jeremiah Jaiksi'u, con ta ntng 345 acres, 50 perches and altow'.uce. ino e or lc, ailjoiuiug I niil last aforesaid, to wil : Thomas Reese, Thomas-Grant sp, other; one other thereof, iitveye.l on a we rant lo Ah tandar Hunter, containing 420 acres, 25 peicbrs, more or less, adjoining lands surveyed in the naunt of T. Grant, Christopher Dim'.litH rger and olbera ; one other thereof, suiveyed on a warrant to John Cow. den, Ci'Utaining 403 acie. 137 perches more or lewi, adj lining lam's purveyed in the nainrs of W ill sni C. Duukleheigci and others; one oilier thereof, surv. ed nn a warrant to N illiain Giay, ront ain mg 3'J acres, 2 1 perchi a more orb-as, adj. lining land.auivcved in the nanus of Jrtcmiah Jack son. Jr.mi Cow di n and other one other their.. f, nr bu-inesa and reasonable charges, will endeavor to t Vv.Ta on w.nrm to Thomas Grain, containing uc cive a coniinuancu i it. JOSEPH BECK. Sunhury, Feb. 22 I, 1845, 6m OIXZ3AP rOR CASH. Umbrella and Varasol IManufactory. Ao. 37 North Tkitd street, two rfoors Mow the CITY HOWL. Philadelphia. A LWAYS on hand, a large slock of I'M X BR ELLAS and PARASOLS, including the Isle! new style of Pinked Edged Psrs-ols of the best woikmanship and material, al prices that will insks i'. an object to Country Merchant and other to call and examine bis stock belore purchasing elsewhere. VeK 22, 1845. I y 1 HO UAGS8.ll, 1VAJ 100 Barrels do., at $1 75 rash, for sale by B. HENDRICKS, fcunbury, Oct. 19th, 1844. 449 acres, 37 perches moie or hs, adjoining lauds survey id in the name of one other lh' reof, smv ed una wan. lit to Samu el Scott, controlling 326 ai res 5 ervlus and allow ance, dj-lining laud aurveyed in the naines of Wslbam Hamilton, Thom s Roeee A othe't one other ihcreof, suiveyed on a warrant to Jacob Bright, containing 188 am a 69 perches more or less, ad joining lands uiveyed III the nanus of Ehrr Cramer, Godfrey Wateia and other ; one o.hei iheicof, surverd on a warrant lo William t'. Black, conisiniug liil acre 68 erchea and sll.iwai.ee, adjoining land suiveyed in the namea of Kield, Huu'er, Mrlin and other; one o'.her thereuf, sur veyed in the name ol John Buyer, containing US acre. 144 eiche nvre or lesa, adjoining l.ndui veyed in the name of John B. Price, Michael Kroll and oihei ; one other thereof, surveyed in the name of Charles Deting, conisiniug 85 sere 97 perches more or less, sdj uning lands surveyed in the name of Hunter, W siei. Kiehl slid other; one other thereof, surveyed in the nuns of Ale lan der J.tidsu, couisinmg 124 acres 150 perches more or le-, adjoining lands surveyed lis the names of Gisnt, Msrtin, Sharull A others; one other there. nf surveyed in the nsms of Qsorgs W. Kiehl, con taining 1 13 aerea 137 perches note or less, adjoin, ing Isnds surveyed In the nsms of Hunter, Blsrk A other ; one other thereof, surveyed in the name of John G. Martin, containing 100 acres more or less, adjoining lands surveyed in the nsmesof Grsnt Bogar A Kiehl ; one other thereof, surveyed in the name of John G. Msrtin, containing 174 acres 142 perchea more or less, adjoining lands suiveyed in the names of Himmelreich, Yoxtheimer A others i one other thereof, surveyed in the name nf George Prince, containing 117 acres HO perches mors or l, adjoining lands surveyed in the names of Zei gler, Grsnt, Cowden A Badey ; one other thereof, aurveyed in the nsme of John B. Price, containing 1 18 srre 34 perches nvre or les. sdjoining Innd surveyed in thn names nf Bogar, Grsnt snd other; one other llioreof, surveyed in the nimr of John B. Price, containing 24 acre 4 1 pe ches more or less, adj .ining land surveyed in thn names of Yoxthei mer, Shiler snd others ; one other thereof, sur veyed in the name of Godfrey Waters, containing 120 acres more or !e. adjoining lands surveyed in the names of B'ight, Hunter snd other ; one other thereof, surveyed in the name of Henry Yoiiheimer, containing 99 acre 70 perches more or less, ad joining lands surveyed in the nsme nf Grant, Yox tbettner snd others ; one o'her thereof, surveyed in the name of Henry Yoxtheimer, containing 173 seres 5(1 perches more or less, adjoining lauds stir vexed in the name of Reed, Mariin, Cowden snd others ; one other thereof surveyed in the nsme of Isaac Z egler, containing I25ace 51 perches more or leu, sdjoining land suiveyed in the names of Grant, Price snd Bailey ; one other thereof, survey ed in the name of Jacob Heller, containing ?13 a eies 108 perches more or leas, sdjoining Boyd, Kramer, M iurer snd Himmeheich ; one oihei thereof, surveyed in the nsme of Henry Himmel reich, containing 458 seres 40 ierckes more or less, adjoining Boyd, Wils,n, Msurer snd others ; one other thereof, surveyed in the nsme of Henry Shies l r, containing 150 seres more or less, sdjoining Jordan, Reed, Yoxtheimer end others ; one other thereof, surveyeil in the name nf John Boyd, con-l-iinirig 44 I seres 12 Riches more or le, adjoin ing hinds surveyed in Ihe name of Frederick Cra mer, Peti-r Maurer and other; snd the other there, of, patented lo Joseph Walli. containing 123 acre m're or le, adjoining land aurveyed in the name of Himmilrcirh. Yoxihiemer and others. ALSO A certain tract of land, situate in Cost t-iwnal.ip alorrsaid, surveyed in pursuance of s wsrranl granted to J .cob ei, jr , dated the 3d dsy of Sepleiidier, 1828 containing 5 acre more or less, .lj .tiling land sajiveyeil in the name ot t-d-ward (,. Markley snd other. ALSO So much n i situated in Cosl town ship. Northumberland county, of eleven contiguous tract of land ; one thi roof, surv.-ved in the nsme nf William Boyd, containing 440 acres 94 peiches m-.re nrle.; one oilier tin n of surveyed in the naoe of John R Stout, containing 430 seres more or le; one oinr thereof surveyed in the nsme of John C. Boyd, containing 372 acres 110 perche more or les ; one other thereof surveyed in the nam of John C Boyd, containing 390 acres more or le- ; one other thereof, surveyed in the n ime of Samuel Morgan, containing 415 acres H5perche mors or le ; one other thereof surveyed in the nsme of John C Boyd, containing 443 seres 64 perches more or les ; one other thereof surveyed in the name of Hester Scott, containing 421 acres 79 perche more or lesa; one other thereof surveyed in the name of H'tinah M Boyd, containing 427 acres 140 x rein a moie or les; one other thereof smveyid in ihe name of William Boyd, containing 458 cre 157 perches in-ne or Irs ; one other thereof surveyed rn ihe nsme of Eliza S. Bovd. con taining 443 seres I perch moie or !es, snd the o- thtr thereof surveyed in the name of William Boyd, eonlaiiiing I57 acres 128 perches more or le. ALSO So much a isotuated in Coal township Northumberland county, nf the equal undivided one fourth part of 1 55 part of 2"6 part of thirteen c ititiguous tract of land, surveyed on watran's for 400 sue each, dated the 10th day of May, 1793, g'an'cd lo William Elliot. George Aat.ton, Caleb Lowne John Y. ung, John Wt.iteman, Joseph Jordan. Richard Tuni, loon Warner, Dan:el Rce. William Poller, Wil iam MiII t, Peter Dehav. o ai d William I'owel; which said tracts of land are by the n!hiul return- of survey computed to con tain 5:146 acres 120 perches and allowance. S. ij.e.t, taken in execution, and to be sold as the proH-rty of Burd Patterson. AI.sil Two certain contiguous lots nf ground situate in the town nf Sham. .Win, ill Coal township, Northumberland coin ty. in lhat part of aaid town laid out by Alexander lordan, Esq., and others, ami marked in the general plan thereof Nos, 441 d, 442, hounded on Ihe west by lot No, 413, on the tun ill bv a public roid, snd on the east hy land nf W m. M t arty and other, and on the south hy ihr. sooih line ol said Iota; each of said lots containing 40 leet in front and feet in length ; whereon are erected a two siory brick dwelling house and store loom, and a part of a log house. Seized, taken ill execution, and to lav sold ss the prnpei ly of Aim Woolvertoli. ALSO So much of two certain contiguous tract of land, cool ning together 425 sere or there .bout, Wiundc', by land nf Hannah Boyd. Jacob Reed, Kenr,rdv Shuhze and others, snd the No tli Brsnch ot the River Susquehanna, ssi si tuated in Itus'i towiihi, Northumberland county, lo wit : tha yuii of ssid tracts situate in Rush townvbip, N.jrlhumlicrl.ind county, is supposed to contain U'Jil aces or thereabout, a Soul 380 acn a of whicl, are cleared, whereon are rtected two large two Sio.y frame dwelling hou, one pointed while mi J the mlicr red, lo large frame barns and seve ral out building, two pumps of wsler, two orchsrds, Ac. Ac. ALSO Thecsjtial undivided one third of a cer tain tract nf land situate in Coal townshis Nor thumberland county, adjoining lands of HenTy Maascr, Purdy A Jiiidnn, MVsriv, Dvi, Wsrner A J r. Ian. land fortneilv tlnnging to Lttdwig Goss sod ethers, containing 142 acira more or less, upon whn-h are erecle.l s fiame dwelling hous-B wiih a basement s'ory, two donbl.i miner's house, two single miner's hou tea, s frame stable, Ac. Several coal mines are opened snd wirtked Upon ssid tract, also whines, screens snd rsil roatl tiaias nsve uecn put up sfld Isid down Upon si'd tract. Seit d, tak- n in rXriuion, and lo be sold as the properly of John C Boyd. ALSO A certain tract oi piete of land situate in Rush township. Northumberland county, adjoin ing land of Peler Camphe l, Isaac Woolverlon and others, containing 42 acre more or less, about Stl acre of which sre cband, whereon are reeled a liatne dwtiting houe, a IVaute hop and t frame hrn. Al.SO AlMhedefer,.lBni, interest, supposed to he the equal undivided one ihhd p irl nf another tract or pu re of land a.tuate in Kuh township a fort ssi I, sdjoining Ihe above tract, land of Godfrey Rockefeller, Solomon llouwwoilh sod others, con isiniug 15 acres mote or less, all of which i clea red. rVired, taken in execution, and lo be sold as the pmH?rty of Isaac Ssvidge. ALSO A ce tsiu tiscl or piece of land siluste in Augusta township, NorihuinU rlaiid county, ad joining lands of Samuel Culp, Benjamin Kaieunan, Isaac Vansickls and others, coissining 15 acres mors or Uei, almut 10 arrea of which are cleared, on winch are riecied a two story log house and a well of water. Seised, taken in execution, nd to be sold ss the proeity of Jonathan Famswoith. ALSO A certain tract or piece of Und situsle in Augusta town.bip, Norlhomlwilsnd couriiy. a l joining land of George Pyees, fetei Born, Djnil Hullabarh and others, rontsining thrs hait&sil arrea more or le s, whereon ere erecle 4 iv fj bouses, one saw mill snd one carding nvsenine. 8eixd, I . ken in execution, ami lo he sold sths property of Henty Conrad. ALSO A cerain tract or piece of land situ' in Augusts township, Northuroleilsnd county, ad joining lands of Jscob Renn, Jacob Sesaholts, Ja cob Snyder and E ixjbeth Wsrx, rontaining 1& seres more or lesa, shout 13 acres of which are clea red, whereon are erectrd a two story log house, a spring house and a log stable. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold aa thn property of Abraham Lee-er. ALSO A rertain lot of ground ailuate in thn borough of Northumberland, in Northumberland county, and marked in the general plan of said (own No. 76, bounded northeastwardly by Queen street, southeast wstdly by lot No. 75, southwe-t-wsrdly by Duke street, snd northwestwardly by Front slrcit, containing 60 feet in front on Queen and Duke streets and 290 fiet in depth, wberenn are erert-il a two story dwelling house (part brick and part fame) snd s black-mlth shop. Se x d, taken in execution, and to la) sold ss the property of Alexander Colt. FELIX MAURER, Sheriff. Sheriff's OlKce, 8unhury, Feb. 15th, 1845. 5 Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of s writ of Levari Fariss, issued i ut of the Court of Common Pleas of Northum berland county, to ine directed, will he exposed to public ssle on the premises, nn Satindny the 15th dsy nf Msrch next, at I o'cl ark P. VI., the follow ing described property, to wit : A certain irsrt of land contsining 310 acres or thereabout, principally river bottom Isnd, siluste in Rush township, Northumberland county, adjoining lauds nf Hannah M. Boyd, Jacob Read's heirs, Ken. ncdy, the Co'umhia county line and Ihe River Sua quehanns, of which about 250 acres i cleared and in a good state of cultivation. There is nn the pie miaes two two story frame dwelling houses, two fr ame hams, one waggon shed and oihei out build ings, and two orchard. Seixed, taken in execution, and to lie sold aa tho prope ty of John C. Bovd. FELIX MAURER, Sheriff. Shrriff 'a Office, 7 Sonbury, Feb. 22. 1845. $ EvZlPETIlTGS. THE subscribers hive received, and are now oiening s splendid sssortment of the following g .od, Saxony, Wilton and Velvet Carpetinga'l Itrussels and Imperial 3 ply do t,A It- Extra eiirfine snd fine Ingrains do V PET Engliah shaded A Damask Venetian do INU American twilled ami lig'd do English Druggetts and Woolen Floor Cloths Siair and Passage Hocking Embossed Piano arid Table Covert London Cheuille ami Tufted Rug Door Matt of every description. ALSO A Urge and extensive rs?ortnien vjf Floor Oil Cloth, from one to eight yards Wid, cut to fit eve ry description of rooms or passsgrs. Also, low priced Ingram Csipelmgs from 31J lo 62 J cents per ysrd, logether With s Isrge snd exten sive sssoriment of g.rods usually kept H carpet merchants. The shove goods will bo sold w dole ale or retail nt the lowest market prices. Country merchants sad otlieis ere particularly invited to call and exa mine our lock before making theii selections. CLARKSON. RICH A MULLIUN. Succes'oisto Joseph Blackwood, No. Ill Cbesnul, corner of Franklin Place. Philadelphia. Feb 22.1, 1845. LIST OP JURORS OF Northumberland County, for April Term, A. D. 1815. 4ra ii tl Jiirori. Turbut. John M'Cormuk, David L. Ireland. Lewis W m. Stnzel. lleliivure. Jacob Brown. Milton. Jesse Dertickson, John Good lander, Heniy Strine. ChillitquniH. Jacob Brown. J'oint. Win. Lighou. .4teu.(i .lease Ba-tian, Henry Bloom. Shamokin. Samuel Giiger. Rituh. Jise Weaver. Vpper Mnhonnxj William Shadle. ljncer Mahnnni. Daniel Zctbe, jr., Nrcln.ls Broio, Chstles Broeius. Jackson. Jeremiah Longsdorf, Elias Eister, Michael Cris-iugei, Jacob Seller, Adam Campbell, Wm. Grob, John Wert. Travcrs .luror. Deluieare. Jacob Modeller, Franklin II. Car ver. Milton. Joseph Rhoads, Wm Hinan. Vhillixtfnaqite.-CUtriv Gabs Northumberland Joseph Vandyke, Davidi Dalge. J'oint. Lorenx House!. Sunliury. Charle Hrlcman, John P. Purser'. G.deon Market, Geotge Buchei, John Anis4ri. j4reuo Joseph Weitzet, Jacoh tw.whotii. Samuel KieflVr, John Zimmerman, WiHiam Fu man, Jacob G, snr., Adsm Neidig, Jowcph Ss vulge, J ic.ib Renn, Benjamin Krieghhaom, RoWrt t'smpbell. jr., Daniel Conrad, son ft John. Shaimkm Joseph ll.mver, Robert Fsrna woih. snr.. Abraham lSiady.Mo.-e Ritchie, J amis G ins, Isaiah Morgm. Hush. Georne Mo'chlrr, John Oherd.Mf. Cor DaviJ Thoipon. Joseph Biid. I pper Mahonoy David Claik, Sjmuel Riuk i, George Psiil, Jacob Ceis. Jjiwer Mahoimp Jacob Lenker, Solomon Heckert, John Ku hi, Jacoh Stepp, Wm. Shufl. t, John Lenker. Little MtJtmny. Jscob Miller. Jaiksun. Siinoel Malich, Jarob Peilcr, snr. Telit Jurortt. Letch. David Moyer, Samuel lrch, Mich. I Wagner, John Twee.f Delaware. Jme Oukes, Peter Kbcknei, Phil ip Preaaler. JWifrm. J. hn Munay, F. W. Pollock, Simon Ramlolph. ChHti'pwque. Daniel P. Caul, Samuel Betk beimer, Ne al Caul. Point Jainea Shriner. Sunbury Wm. Manx, Henry Weis, Waller Bell. Augusta. Joshua Folk, George Hile, Cshh Ely. Msrk SIsughi.Thomss Meodenhsll. Shniiwkin D miel H ass, jr. Ituih Abraham Hotrmaii. CoaJ. Joseph Snyder, Pembeiton Bird, Wm. Fegelv, George Armstrong, j'. Vpper Mnlionoy. Daniel Moyer, John Malich. David Rei'A. Ijowct Mahonay. Daniel Rolhermel, Peter Bo- Jackson. Michael Bohb, David Schwartz, John t'larkjr. tMiaiiiok.it Coal AT NORTHUMBERLAND. fplIE Subcrioer bss a boat load of excell t J. Shamokin Coal at NonhumbeilanJ, who ti he oilers lor sale st ihe lowest puces. Person wishing lo parch ase will call on the suhciiler al Sunhuiy, or E. P. Shannon, E-q. t NorihumWr Ud. H. B. MASSER. bunbury, Jan. 4th, 1545.