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. of them asleep, when the expiation took piece,
Thie part ofthu boat wee all demolished. ' Per. eons were blown up into Ihe air, eome of them falling overboard and other upon the forecastle. Two or three, who were in a forward state-room ' which was detached from the boat by the ex plosion, fell from there into the hold through the hatchway 1 The Rio Grand was still high in many pla ' ej up to and over its banks on the 31st ult,, and - ... rising. ' . Among the rumors in circulation at Matamo i Tas was one that Monterey had already fallen . into the hands of the Americans. To Col. Harney rumor cave the performance of this ex- , ploit. The 'American Flag'' of the 2Dlh puts no faith in it, but rather inclines to adopt the version of the story given by the Mexicans. ' They say that letters from Monterey assert that a body of Americans, who came down by the way of New Mexico, were joined near the I'resido by a number of Texti n adventurers, a nd llie combined force had entered the town with out any opposition. It was bcleived to be true hy the natives, says the Flag, and that psper is evidently prepared to hear a confirmatkmof the intelligence. Our correspondent mentions Col. Harney' movements in two of his letters, and In terms ol some severity. The army was cvi- A lently surprised by them, but they may not know what authority the Colonel had for his proceedings. t.aie New from Blester The Washington Union, contains the intelli gence from Mexico, recently received, which rial not been laid before the community throngfc any other source Files of Mexican pap"Ti to the 20th of August inclnsive, have been received at the Navy De- partmenl. They contain tittle of interest ex cept the address or manifesto of General Santa Anna to the people ef Mexico, dated the IGtU of August, the day of bis landing at Vera Crvii. K is a paper of aome length, aWy and carefully framed, and temperate in language and senti ment. He makes no direct or earnest profession of an intention to prosecute the war against the Uni ted States, and does not speak of this country in the usual terms of vilification. He concludes by disclaiming any desire or in tention to exercise dictatorial power, and there fore proposes that the Congress about to be as sembled sSatl be empowered to regulate all branches of the adm'nistration ofthe government, end that the provisioi.al exentivebe entirely un der its control. Ie also recommends that, until new constitution be proclaimed, the constitu tion of IS2-I be adopted for the internal adminis tration of the departments. A letter from Monterey, dated the 8th of July, says, that they expected General Taylor there about the 12th of August; and although their small army was prepared to make n good defence they expected a defeat, unless the first brigade of the army which left Mexico under the com mand of Garcia Conde should arrive seasons dly. Paredes was a prisoner in the city of Mexico, ut not in strict confinement, mid had asked for lis passports, which it is said wou'd be given to lim. Quiet prevailed in the city of Mexico, hut the ispers do not seem to indicate much enthusiasm n favor of Santa Anna. y ChH.I.S t FKVKR. Wrighft Indian Vrge. aide Pill are one of the best, if not the very test medicine in the world, for the cure of Inter mittent Fever, because they excel all others in idiling the body of those mnrhid humors which re the cause, not only of all kinds of fevers, but f every malady incident to man. Four or five I' said Indian Vegetable Pills, taken every night .i going to bed, will in a short time make a per--rt cure ofthe most obstinate case of chills and ever; at the same timethe digestive organs will e restored to a healthy tone, and the blood so ompletely purified that fever and ague, or dis ase in any form, will be absolutely impossible. Caution. It should be remembered that Mr. 'dward Cole, of Philadelphia ; Mr. John Dixon. t'F.aston, Pa., and Messrs. Browning Sc Brothers, f Philadelphia, are not agents of ours, and as .ey purchase no Whright's Indian Vegetable ill at our office, cannot guaranty ut genu le any mtdieinr. thry may hare ft ale, f5" Agent f.n the sle of W light's Indian Vegeta le Pill in Suiihuiy, Hewbt Masstb. Fur other (3ercieee advertisenii nt in anolhrt column. a am i ss mil ii i im i i n 1 1 n si is i i i: i , In Northumberland on the 8th inst. TETF.R J '.BLEW, a Revolutionary Soldier, aged OS ears. 'In M'Ewensville, on the 6th inst., a daughter the Rev. Wm. Boyer, aged about 9 years. In Milton, on the 5th inst., Mrs. SOPHIA IKARKK wife of Mr. Leonard R. Shearer, aged wt 21 yeais. Jn Delaware township, on the 9th inst., Mr. VCOB HITTLE, aged about 27 year. In Delaware township, on the 7th inst., Mr. M1N HITTLE, aged about 65 yeare. In Delaware township, on the 4th inst., Mr. ANIEL MOORE, aged about 40 years. In Delaware township on the 7th inst , Mr. HARLESC. VINCENT, aged about 20 years. In Delaware township, on the 8th inst., Mrs. NEBACH, wife of Daniel Lincbacb. In Turbut township, on the 0th inst., Mra. K NGHART, at an ad vanced age. PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Hetty Matter. WlMT, 80 61 So 5 1 12 J 16 0 0 10 10 10 . 75 160 Hi, Lloaa, ")T, , PoBK, Pianase, floTTsa, . Eaas, ... ttsaawav, . r ALLOW, LAI, Isckibb Flax, Jbibu Arena, Do, Pa ica as, DALTinORB MAniCKT, Office of Iht Baitimobs Ataici,Scpt. 14 GRAIN. The supplies of wheat at market to day are very smalt, and are far from equal to the demand. The few salea of Md reds which have taken place have been effected at an advance of four or Ave cents a bushel beyond last Friday's prices. A crop of 1500 bushels very good red wss sold at 01 cents, and a smaller parcel of prime red at 00 cents. Good Pehna. reda are wanted, and if here would now command 05 cents per bushel. The Corn market is rather unsettled, under the upward movement of prices. Sales of good parcels for shipping, both white and yellow, have been made to-day at CO cents, which may be con sidered the fair quotation. . Several lot, of both colors, very prime and heavy, were taken at 63 cents. A sale of Mil. Rve to-day at 63 cent. We quote Oats at 29a 1 1 cents. A ITATTJPwAL REMEDT Suited to the Unman Conntitutian, and canal to tie cure of erery curable Dneatr, tv li be jnuna in WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE FILLS, or THE JVortli American College orilcnlth. r"T"4HE8E extraordinary Pills sre compod of JL plants which grow spontaneously on our own nil. and are, thcref.ue, better sdipted to our Con stilutinn than Medicines enncocti d from foreign dings, however well they may be compounded ; and as WnmiiT's IsniAn VrnsTiat.a Pills ate founded upon Ihfl principle thnt the human hndy is in truih SUBJECT TO BUT ONE DISEASE, namely, corrupt humors, and that said Medicine cures this license on Nati-hai P mucin.., by chanting and purifying the bmly, it will be mun ifert lh.it, if the constitution be not entirely ci hauf'cJ, a perseverance in their use, according to iliroctinns, i absolutely certain to drive disease of everv Dime from the body. , When we wish to remote a swamp or morass to fertility, we drs:n it of (he siipctahundanl water. In like manner, if w wish to res'nre the body to health, we must elemve it of impuriiv. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE TILLS will 1 found me if the best, if rot the very brut medf ine in the wmld for carrying out this Gatsn Ptjatrvixe. Pmsciris, because ihry xel from the body alt morbid and corrupt hum r, the cause nf the disease, in an easy snd Natural Manner ; and while ihey every day oivr ttss tun nu'Cni, di ense if every name is rapidly diiven from the body. The fotl wing highly rcsp ctable storekeepers have been duly appointed agent for the sale of yVrighfe Indian Vcgetalk t'ilt; in Norihumbcr hmd county 5 Henry Massor, Sunhury. . E. & J. KaulTman, Augusta township, rarriurl Herb, Lilile Mh(ti(iy. William I)cpen, J.irksm. Beoeil e Hidithue, I'ppcr Muhonoy. John ii. Renn, Upj er Mnhouoy. P'amuel John, Slinmoktniom n. For-ijihe, Wil-on& Co.. Noifhuoibetland. E. L. Piper, Walsonlmrg. Irland ct Hays, McEwen-vi'de. . James Peed. Pott'gmve. Wm. G Scott, Rushville. Ilanmsn Kncrb'e, E!yhurg P. O. , Am a T-Deissel, Turbutsville. taidaon Shade), Upper Mahonoy. Rhole dt Farrow, Snydltnwn. Jn'in King, Farmernvdle. , Si'as C. Co. k. Martin's Cre k. J. De Young Hicksvi le. Abraham Shrn r Ri hmom. Samuel Taylor, Slita for.l. John II. Vincent, lhilisqnniiie. Wm. Heineu & Umther. Milton,' fjj OlTice devned rtrlusivety to the r-ale of WKKiHT'8 INDIAN VEGETA IlLE PILLS. of the North Ami r can College of tl elth. No 288 Greenwich Street, Ni w York ; No. t08 Tr fhont Street. Boston; and PRINCIPAL OFFICE No fi!) Rcr Stbkkt, Philadelphia. 8 pt. I9ih. 84fl. ly. EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY! COOPER'S ETEKIAL OIL A prompt and la-ting remmly f.w D , also fir pains and discharge of matter from the Era Hundreds of run in cae deemed ut'erly hope leshtve fi'mlv e lablished iU superiority over eve ty former Mrdic d di overy. This vslusblw Acoustic Medicine is a compound of four dilTdrtnl Oil, one of hi4k, the active and principal iiigitJient, i o tuned fora the bark of crrin eiecisi.f Waict, a new and cfl". ctuil agent in the care of Defi e. Persons who had been deaf for 10, 15 and even 20 year, have heii peimanently cured by using this oil. In fael, en numerous and so emphatic have been the Wtlimnqisls in u favor, th.it the in. ventor claim for it the dicinrtinn of an Infallible Remedy, in all ease, when the Ear i perlt-ct in it formati' n. F01 further pari'cular, and evidrnc of it great value, we pfinlej shetl. in ihe hand of Agent. , ForideinSui.l ury.by J. W. FK1LING. SeptemWr 19, h, 1840 ly BISWI VfBP asHMMMBMBT 1 SI U UNR1VALI.KD AND UNEQUAUD In curing Colds Cough, Athma, IiiAuena i, Whooping-Cwugh, and all Dieasr of the biet and lungs, leading to Couaunip- , tion ; coniied of the concentriled vir ue of ihe herb llorchound, Il- neett, Ulondront, and several other vege a LIh aub-lanccs. Warranted PURE FROM ANY MINERAL WHATEVER. nHIS invaluable Medicine i tha mo-t e.ly and CMtsia remedy ever discovered f if ihe bov compla'nia, a thousand who have used it ill lemify. For sale, in Bunbury, by J. W. FRIL1NO. and in Northumberland, hy D. URAUT1GAM, and at wholesale, u Philadelphia, by F. KLETT St Co, Comer of Second and Callowbill alrert. September 10th. 1840. ly The EvanTliTulIiema Synod, , O ET PsaTLVAIA, YHJ1LL meet at Milton, NoribnmbeiUnd ooun- ly, an the last Thuiaday evening of Septem ber ini., od the following days. J. P. BHINDEL, Sept. 6lh, 1846. Piesidnt. asai3gta,'i 1 ! immiiiiit tiwMiMiw mm& Polaon. sllttf E Iblnk a man who will make and palm WW t'Pn an unupecting person, a a,Sugsr Coated Pill," not having on Ihe boi Dr. G. Denj'n Smith's signature, would not hesitate la sell poison, regardless of all consequences. No "8rAn Co Ttn Pills" can be relied upon, unlet Dr. Smith's signature is on the bo x, and fry all others are either imitation or counterfeit, and of course dangerous to use. 1 (CJ CAUTION A a miserable imitation has been made, by the name of "Sugar Coaled Pill," it is necessary to be sore that Dr. G Run. Smith's signature is on every hot. Price 28 cent. Principal Office, 170 Greenwich et New York. Sold by JOHN W. Fit I LI NO. Sunburv. WM. FORSYTIIE. .V.WAumV. Sept 19, 1MB. FROM the premise of the eub-crilier, in Au-giii-ta township, Northumberland county, a bout the first of June lat, . ' .- , A SMALL RED DULL, one year old last spring, with slraicht horns, a white bi lly, arid a white streak along his hark. Any person reluming laid Hull to the aub-cri-ler, or giving informati n where he m.v be found. will be suilal ly rewarded. - - WILLIAM M. MILLER. Augusta, Sept. 19th. 1840. 3t An-tuxiSTit iToars salt:. VALUABLE FARM FOR 8LE. WgY VIRTUE of the power vested In me. by HB the will of the lute Thuma litinr, ileiM.. will be sold at public le on Wednesday, llie 3()ih day of Rip.ember next, at the Mnn-ion House. upon the premises ofthe Msnnion Ferin ofthe lite I humas tlruit, dee d, in Aususta townshin. Northumleriind county. Pa., situate on Ihe eit side ofthe River Susquehanna, rquidistai:!. anil about s mile fiom the Boroughs of Sunluiry nd rvirmumnerlanil, all that valuaMe calate. late the Mnn-ii n Farm of said Thorns Orsnt, dec'.l., ad- joining the fmn of Samuel Hunter on the sooth. land of Thnmns Rollins on the casl. other land nf the late Thomas Cirant on the n. rth, and the Su quehanna River oh the west, contnining. to. get her, two hundred nd twenty sif scie and eventy perches, more or les. of which a! out two hundred and fifteen acre nre ctenred and a'mut one hundred and fifteen acre are fiM late Riv,r bottom Innd. The improvements consist of a two siorv double farm houe, 40 feet front by 110 feet in depih. w ill) Ir.ime b.icx. buiblliig and Irame klicbrn, and stone milk house and ov, n attached, and a pump and well ef excellent water in ihe kitchen, a ktone smoke house, a large bank barn, 1st story stone, 2d do. frame, 80 fori long by HG feet in depih. a 2 story wagon hnue, with granary above and corn crib atlftched, a frme carriage house and gr inarv, nnd a Urge log barn and a'able, with a new and improved cider pre, with hing'ed roof over the same. And ALSO t A two stoiy brick dwelling hou c, con taining in front '!6 feet and in depth 27 feel. 10 nche, and brick twostorv k.c hen. 20 feet in ftonl 'V 14 feet, 6 inches in depth.. There are upon the ptemiaes two apple orrharda in excellent order, ofthe mwt valuable fruit, one containing about eight and the other about nine acre. This Farm is one of ihe mo: va'uable and pro ductive in tl e Sia e, U in the highest Mate of fail tivatiwn, and located in the heart nf a diatiirt, which, for salubrity of climate and picturesque ceneiy, is unsurpaxivd. Ii is silo ite on the pool nf the Shamokint dam at the eastern termination of the Northuiiibeilwnd Biiilge. Its iroxiinily to the thriving boroughs of Sunbuy and Northumberland, and ihe probability that the hill contain valuable bodies of Iron Ore, and it admirable location in the heart of the Iron and Coal region of PennsyWsni , to which there is a heavy and increaning emigra tion, gives this p'operly an sddliionnl value, ami render it well worthy of the attention ofcapi:a' ls. - (Tj Titms ms le known on the dsv rf si'e. KENDF.RTON' SMITH. Adm'r., Ac., of Thomas Cram, dee'd. Sunlury. Aug. l. I8IB. 4t FALL XftXLLIN&RY JCH1T STC1TE h, S01TS, Dnilois in Silks, Ribbons and Milli nery (iOOtls, A'o. 45 South SernnJ ttrett, PHILADELPHIA. nAVR now in Store a large, assortment nf nic-h Millinery f.ood, Adapted to Fall S te, such a n.Hinet Silka and Satins-flgun d and plain. Fancy Ribbons, of entirely tu watyb . PUin Mantua and Satin Ribbons, of all width. Hl,ck and C.do.e.1 Silk Velvet. French Fanrv Featbera and Flowers. Fancy Cap Nela and Lace. Uurkiam. Willow, Crown Linings, Ae. Ac Many of the above article ling of iheir own imp.irtation, they are enabled to olfer them at the lowest price Philadelphia. 8ept 5'h, 1810 1m To Teachers. TEN Teacher will he wanted for the ronii. g fall and winter cliool, in Lower Augu.ta dis trict, Northumbrrl md county. Persons wishing lobe employed as Mich, will please mc I ihe bonril of ditifctius, at John Packer's office in Sunbtiry, on S.iturdsy, the 31th day of Oct. .ler next, for elimi nation at cording to law. Persons apply ing, net peitonally known to Ihe biwud, be rxecied t produce lepers of recniun nd iti. n touching g. od moral cbaiaclcr. II) o il. rof the bo: r,l. THOMAS SNYDER, Abbham Sahvis, Sec'y. I'ie't. L. Augura !)... Sept. 6, 1816 7t riHE onderignd Audit r. appointed by the B Oipban' I'ouil of NorthuiiilH-ilmd county, to make distribution of the balance of ihe ratiieof (EOKOE WATT; remaining in ihe banda of Frederirk L- zarus. his sdminivlralor, to an.l sinong those leg lly rn'itleil to receive the sainn, will al lend In the duties of his appointment, at his oflire, in Sonbnry, on the IU day of Sejitenilei, 1846. All persona intriealed aie requested In attend. WM. J. MARTIN, Aug. 29. 184 6. 4t Auditor. C I IK A 1K ST IN TU K Vv( I U,1 )1 ilcum lleiineti SiiRtir CuiKliea, 12 cists rsa pocan, WHoLtiasa. J J. RICHARDSON. No. 43 M.iket Street. s PaiLAncLrniA, take pleasur in informing lb public, that he atitl continuea to sell hi very Su perior Steam Refined Candy at tha low price of $13 60 per 100 pound, and the quslity is equl to any manufactured in Ihe United States. He alo offer all kind of good in the Cenfee tionery and Fruit line st corresponding low price, ss quirk sale and small piofit are the order of the day. Call or end your orders, and you cannot fd to be aatifled. Don't forget Ihe number. 42 MAR KET STREET, PHILADELPHIA. v , , J.J.RICHARDSON. - August 29th, 1846. 6m W. H. THOMPSON, w a. l a 7 jtsiiiuiiiiuic BOOT AND SHOE MAKKlt, MRKam Strut, Strnauat, "lHANKFUL for past favors, begs leave to n- JL form his friends and Ihe public generally, that he has jut returned from the city with new and fashionable lists, and s full assortment of Light cnbired, Dronr.e, Illsck Kid, and all other kind of Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladies snd Children's werj snd he assures sll who may favor him with their custom, that they nny rely upon having their woik done in the most substantial and fashionable manner, snd at very low ft ices. He al,i has a full assortment nf low priced wotk, selected by himself which ha will acll lower than ever offered in this place, via t Men's Shoe. as low a $1,00 Ex ra Stout flout, 2 00 Oooil Lace fl.iti'B for Women, ,n) Women's Slip, 60 Children' Shoe, 05 S-de Lraiber, Morocco. ,Vc., fur sale low, August 22.1, 1840. aplHtf . , I3STABLISHIVIENT. 11 AN IK I DRUCKKMII.I.KIl. At las Did Ettiibli.shmcnt, in Murki t Street, Sunbmy, (opPOSITIi TUB HE III. IOS HOTEL. 1 J E TURNS hi ibanks for pisl f.ivors, and re H pcc;fully informs his fiiends and the lull. lie Generally, innl He coulinue 10 manuljctuie to ol der, in Ihe neatest and latest style, , ciii:ap II4IOTS AM riior. w.irrauled of the lesi material, and made by the most expeibnced workmen, . He also keen on hand a general assortment of fushionalilu Hoots for genib men, together with a larue st.M k of fishion- nble gentb nH-n', boys', la liea and childteu's Shoes, all or which hiiva b n mmla under h s own imme diate insierlion, and are nf the best material and winktnniship, which he will sell low for cash. In a billion to the alcove, he ha just received from Philadelphia a laren and extensive supply of lion's, fehore. etc. ol all inscriptions, which he al-n Ifo: f ir t ah. cheaper than ever before off red in this place. - He respectfully invites hi old custo mers, and other, lo call and examine for theni s. Iv,n. Kepiiring done with ncslnesa and despatch, Sunburv, Amnst I5ih, I81G. x n o lks a l i : BCCT & SHOE STOKE. CHEAP FOR CASH. Ai). 35 South Third Strerl, atxn e Chctnul, nilLADELPQIA. KASTtRV ARB CITV 1 A M I r Tf M S 11 ROOT A!l SltOVS. rilllE Snhscrilier has taken the liberty ot nddres 1 sing the public, sili-fied that ihey will find it to their tmrresl to csll anil eram;ne bi stm k of Bom and Shoe, nnd acquaint themselves with his price. Selling exclusive! for te Ca-h, he is enabled nnd determined to sell lower than any other rega l.ir house in the ri'y. Persons will plesso exsm'ne the mirket tbo. rotighly, nd, bifo e purchasing, call at ihe store of Tims. L. EVANS. No. 35 South Third, above Chcsnut St Pbilade'phi. Aug. IB. 1816. ' To Trnclirrw. ELEVEN priocipal teachers and one as-i-tant, ' will be wanted fiHr the coining f ,11 and winter school, in Shamnkin dictricl, Northumberland coun ty. Person wishing lo l employed as such, will p'ease met the bnanl of directors, at the lioue nf Felix lierch, to SnufTiown, on Smurdsy the 19h lav of September next, for examination aee.r.tinn inlaw." Person applying not pero rtl'v kn.iw n to the board, will be rxpec'ed to produce letter of recommend it on touching good moril rhirneier. fXj" I he boanl wi 1 m el nt H oVIoik, A. M. Rv or 'er I" the bns-d. . " FELIX I.EIiClI. Attrat. Pies't D S. D. Shim D1 Enn Jon v, Sec'y. Shamokiti Dist., Angu-t 8 h. 1846. TO TUR KLKCT Ills" "o i XoTtWlUM DHULANI) COUNTY. IELLOW CII IZE.NS: t the solo itation of a number of p, rsons, in ililTerent parts nf the county, I have coiientid to le a cndidt for the office i f COTJITTV COMMISSIONER. I can only pioiii'e, tkonld lleilrelnl, to make every ifl" ft to diechaigr the dutie of the othce In j our entire ntialarli m. HUG II Mi FALL. D l.iware township. Aiig.Hih, 1816. . TO 'the "electors OF yORTIl VMRERLA XI) COI XTY. IEI.LOW CITIZENS: Through the enenu raement of try frienil. I h -ve been induct d lo olTer myself as a rsndidnte f t ihe office i f Count)' CotumlaNloiicr. Should you see proper lo elect me, I will nuke rve ty cft'oil to reudi r general tisfjeiio). WILLIAM WILSON. Lewi towiifhip. Aug 8.1816.. Valuable Real Estate A LL th it certain Tavetn Slmd and Va'unl.le 'IV Faun, situile in Shamokm lown.h p, Noi-ihuiul-eilaiid county, on CYi.tre Turnpike, nl-out 8 mile fiom Sunbury, th coun'y town, adjoin-ng fain' of Peg-ly ' Mi Annnni r-tnoii Jt;il o thers, eoiitaining 150 acres more or less, 20 acre of which being in g.HKl meadow, s mal cie. k lUiiiiing through iho niioe, and about SOscr. a then of being wi ll timbered, tlie r. sidu being in high slit , f fiil'ivaiion under excellent fences, on which h hii oct hard of choice fru t ten; the bull dui Consist of a two story l"lio dwelling houae, well 8.!;ipleJ I r a Tavetn Slaud, which was k p' as siuh fr upwards of T.3 yens, a hrr.n conveni. eut bai k b un. with abui.dauce of g hh sheds and othar out bui'dmc. . ALSO A notlu r mill tract of land adjoining the above and l uids of Dautil J. Role and other, loiituiiiing kboiil 18 teres in good aiule of cult va tion ; the buildings theie n constat of a two almy frame dwi Urns h, ue tud frame bank barn, with other out building water apiiriging at the door of this dwelling and ihe t.ivrrn stand, by means of fountain pumps tiling lite tbo real estate of Mar tiu Weaver, dee'd., and will be nil t private sale by the suhcrihrr, being aulhoiiud by ih heir of aaid dicra(d. Indiaputable lilies wt tM given. DANIEL J. ROTE, "r. r ih use of tha licit of said deceasaJ. Shamokin township, August . '846. if , TTk E'XTE RtSS PlKI rs'o FIsiTA P, for ex D trading Grease. Dry Painta, Varnish, Tar, Ac from clothing of any description, war ranted not to injure the cloth or the mod delicate color. Thia liquid ha alas been used with great success in esses ot Hums, Scalds, Trtt. r. Pimples on the face, Chapped hands, Sore lip, Rheums, tism, Hard . aofl Corua, Ac ay Price, 39 cts. per bottle. For sal at the atoia of July 18, 1810. II. MASSER. DENTISTRY. ' JACOB HELLER, ' . THANKFUL for the liberal encouragement which he haa received, woul I respectfully inform hi friend and the citizen at NnNhnnh.,. land county in general, that he haa prepared him self with the best Inrurruptible Teeth, Uold Plate, "i.i r on, e , mat can be had in the city of Phi ladelphia ; and that he will endeavor, to the utmost of his ability, lo render full satisfaction to all who may think proper to engage his services. He will be Ih Sunbury at the August court, whore hn will be piepsred, nt his residence, to insert Teeth on Ool I Plnte, or on Pivot, on ihe latest and most ap proved pirns, snd attend to all Ihe branches belong ing lo DENTAL SURGERY. I.ndi s will he wailed on at their places of resi dence, if desired. His hnrges will be reasonable, and his work wsrrnnled. . He wdl visit different pails ofthe county, about nnre in tluee in tiKis. Sunbury, July Iftth, 1846 flm E. KIPrlBER, JR., A'o. 31 Xorth Fourth Street, under the Mer. cirt' Hotel, 1 h 1 1 ti d c I p li l a , A Lt .Hons OK FARI. ' KEEPS rnnstanlly on band an extensive as or l merit of all kinds of Silk, Fur and Res v, i Hats, which he fTer for sate on the most tea snnable term. Hi Hats are nude; up of the best mateiials, and in the most approved style. Per. sunt visiting the ci'y will find it to their interest lo es". July 11th, 1840. ly SILVEK MEDAL, AWAROSII RV THX VRAVKLI ISSTITCTt, 1845. f ily Daguerreotype Establishment. (Lstk Simons A. Colliks.) A'o. 100 Ctmnul nt., itLn-c Third, South tide, Pmi.ABSr.PHZA. ATCKES tnkcn equally as wi ll in clou- for a lady, and a blnek suit lor a gentleman, are ) ri f.rtsble in sitting f,r a pictu e. No extra charge ' made for coloring, and pe'lect likenesses are guarantied. July 4th, 1848 ly FOUNTAIN HOTEL, I.Ulit street, flHE House haa undergone a thorough repair. 1 The proprietors solicit its former patronage. I ertn fi "a per il ty. WM W. DIX. AKTHUR L. FOfJO. Proprietor. Ju'y 4. IS 10. ly ' CO HOTTSE, CHESNTJT STIIEST, P U 1 L A I) K Is 1 If I A. TIliS lurpe and rommndinu Hotel haa recently been fine I up wi h entire new furniture. 'I be n!mm itn-rs tliifc fire solicit the patronage of toe i ublie, and Iiuhi thai their experience in the buHii'c.s will cnalilo them lo give entire atiafAC. tion. Terms moderate. II CLi:v, McKENZIE & Co. July 4lh, 1810. ly Itcllrr & (aa'criioiigji, PATE1TT ATTOR1TEYS, v innii i a-tii i t k-rA.TrTtri AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, V7ASXIIICGT01T, J. O. D' RA W IX fit ai d Papers for the Palenl Of. fice will be prrpnred by thctn, at their office, ipHisi:e the r.i'ent () II lie. July. 4th. IS4fi. ly IN l O It tHXT TO ALL COUNTRY" KOUSCKSEPERS, f&CZSs VOU may be sure of obt lining, at "I " ,'m,","l'ure nni' bighly flxvored Hy ihe single pound or larger quantity, st the Irkln Trn Coiupnny's Warehouse, 30 South SiCund ttrect, bft ween Market und Cher nut tt reels, rillXADELyiTIA. Ilereinfore it ha been very dilFicult, indeed, al mo- imiuvsible. alwaya to nbiain good Grmii anil RI rk Teas. Rut now veu have only to vUit the I kiii I ea t onipan a Stiire. lo obtain as delicious and fragrant Teacs y. n could wish for. All tatee can here l e suited, with the advantage of getting a pure article nt a low price. June 27ih, 1310. ay ibbi IBs 11,1,,'g i're rated Ril Road Scale. jTl 1 J t'o d Coul and Hay do nnaaBf d i do Iron ManufacV do 'o d d i do do do do do do do I'orlatile riutlormuo 20 diflerem ite, Pormut or Fbior do fl different sites. Counter do 12 different kites. The alxiVe Seale are mule either aing'e or double beam, and are decidedly the most du aMe, accurate and conveni ent c I. s ever iixe i-d. We al.o have Platf um nnd Count r Scides, Patent Ualancis and every kind ol Weighing Mnihineain use for aale.whole ale and retml, at low prim a. All Scale suittl by u o go oul of th city, nre boxed free of charge, anj waitauifd lo c've salixfactioti t the purrh iser in every parneub.r. C1RAV cV Ii ROTH Kit, Mauulactuieia snd IValers, No. 34 Walnut street, June 27. 181S. ly I'hiUidelphia. 0 HORSE KllOES.Uurdcn.' Patent Horse SIhn-s, for sale at manufacture!' puces, by GRAY & BROTHER, June 27. lelfl. ly 34 Walnut t. Phllad. fALT. New Votk Sail in barrel shd bsgs.for sale at mauufaclUrers' prhwa hv GRAY ft BROTHER. June 2T. I8IS. ly .14 Walnut st. Phila.1. Notice. NOTICE Is hereby given, that an application will be made to the pext legislature for s rhsitrr for a Bank with a capital of J60 000. and power to increase the capital thereof to 9 1 00,000, with banking end discounting privilege, to be cal led "The Rank of Shamokin." and to be located in Ihe borough of Sunbury, in Northumberland coun ty. Jun 27th, 1846. COSXJliESS JAX Ulu and Black Corigr Ink, of a auperior quality, for at cheap, at tha tore of HENRY MAtUtlER. July 4 lb, 1646. IIave you heard Ihe News? NO! WHAT IS IT? War, aiv'NT too axaan tbit MARTIN IRWIlV, At hinhop, in Market tlrtet, adjoining the three . : ,. ttory Brick Home, TT AS just received from Philadelphia the largest, handsomest and heal assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES of every description, that has ever been brought n th- place. And what ia still better, they aay he sella so cheap, that you can buy two eAttt for the tame money that you W f0 pay for one pair. He Uwts roa Cash nnd Suns roa Csj, snd thai U Ihe lesson that he can afford lo tell them i much chenr. If ynn don't waul to buy, just call and see bis stock. He is always eUd lo see hi customers and it is no trouble to bun lo show bis goods. Jn-t 10 give you an idea how cheap be does sell, the following is a list of price nf a pait of hi st. rk i Men' Thick Root., do Fine Grain d 1 do Cilf do Roy' Thick Ho Vouths' do Men' Thick Rrogans, Women'a Morocco Welle and Kid Springs, Women's beet City made Kid Slinpers, Laities' 4 Oaitirs and Gai ter Roots, orth H 00 utf.2 7! 4 50 at 3 00 3 00 1 7ft 1 2ft 1 (10 1 CO 1 12 1 37 a lii. f 00 at S 60 at S 00 at 1 87 at 1 60 at 1 62 at 2 00 at Also, every variety of Ladies', Boys' and Urens shoes, at price. lJWer than ever before oillr ed. Come and Sre Sunbury. June l.lih. 1840. Cm GLOTEI1TG, W1IOLES.4LJC AI RI.I A1L. 'T'JIE fulsrsibers are cotistar.lv nianufjctnring from the liest French, Encili nrd AmeiH-ao manufdetured Cloth and Casstmeis, CLOTHIM) in s very suiierior stvle. cut and workmanship. Persons buying to sell again will find one of tho largest and most fashionable stork of goods to select from in the city, and at unpieredented I w price!.. J. W. ft E. U. STOKES, 1!I4 Mnrket st. Phtlnd. N. R. A large awortmerl of Odd Fell ws' Re. galia constantly on h.nnl, and all orders from loilues or indiiiluals punctually attended to. on the moirt hlieral term. J. W. ft E. I). S. Philadelphia, .tunc 27th. 1S40 ly J O II N. II. P U R I) V, 13 ESl'ECTFULLY inform his fiiends uii l customer, thai ho haa removed hi stork of goods to the Stone House, on Matket squire, form erly occupied by Mr. Wm. Dewart, where he will be happy to at rve hi old customer and the pub lic generally, on a good teiros, and at aa Lw pri ce can be h id e'sewbere. A large assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods, snd (Jueonsware, constantly on hand. June 27lb, 1816. tf. Tin antl Sheet-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. s&LXKsaaovs, fbnit'a. flHE aubcriler respectfully informs the pnblm JL that he hn commenced the msnuf4CtUie of Tin nnd Mirel-lron Mare, in all its various branches, at SeliliSgrove. Hi ware is not only made ofthe best materials, but i put together in s subs'anlial and wurkmaniike man -ner, differing in ibis respect fmm much of the wnte sold, which is made up in a hurry for that purpose. An eicellenl amort ment will be kepi on hand at all times, which will be ld on the meet rensonabld term. ANDREW j. W1NGERT. Selinsgrnve, May 10th, 186. tf. A N V I L L B WOOLEN FACTORY. DANVII,X., COLUMBIA COCNTY, Pennsylvania. THE Danrile Steam IVoolcn Factory, fumcr. ly owned and occupied by Dr. Pitbiriw, h recently been purchased by the subscriber, who ree.ectfully announv-e lo their friend and the pub lie general y, that thry sre now prepared to do all kind of w.rk in their line of business, at the shor test notice, according to order, and in the best com parative manner. Having gone to considerable expense in repairing their machinery and aparatus, and being very panicuhu in aecurii g the service of ei rienced mechanics, they feel confident that Ihey are capable of executing sll kind of work in a atyle auperior to any other e ablishment in the country, at the old custom 'y p-tees. CLOTHS, SATIN ETTS, FLANNELS tin BLANKETS cunstan ly on hand, and for sale at reduced price, for Cash or Bar'er. C'AItlIC AAD I"LLI.G will lie done in Ihe best manner, at the uaual pri c s. All kinds or Country produce taken in pay. ment for woik, at Danville market prices. For iho accommodation of those who live at di-lnnee, Wool snd Cloth will lie laken in at and, when finished, returned to the following pie ees, llatn Written direction must accompany" each parcel i Columbia Cmmiy. Roup ft Marr' etore, Va ihingti nville : R. Friiii' store, J rsevtown ; Ye ger'e inn. Roaring t 'reiki Sharptea' store, CattS wis'al C F. Mann's stole, Milllinville t Miller's store, Berwick J. Clinr's Mill; Rickei'a ston", Oisngeville; Derr's store. W htie Hall. Northumberland Connty Michael Reader's inn, Turbutvillet Ireland ft HVs etore, McEwens. ville; E. L. Piper's store, WatvOiatnwn; t. I, ('omly ft Co' tine. Mi'lon; (itiison'a inn, Cbil Imiuaque : Forsvtbk stoie, NorthumuerUnd Young's etote. S.inbU'V. Luierne Vxntntu. Reviinld'e store, Kingston s Gilderslerve's store. Wil.esbarre t Saylord' atnre, Plymouth ; S'vev store, Naiiticok Judge Mack' Mill, Huntington. Lycoming County. W Chipp's store, Mmtfy I Shoetnakei' store. Hmith'a Mill. (lEAKIIAKT ft KOWNOVER. Danville, May 9, 1840. Lime ! Lime ! ! .7 CHIT S. GHlPIrlAlTj REKPEUTFLLLY inlorm his Mend, that be ha commenced Ihe business of Lima Burning, eh thef.nm be now occupies. He h4 now on hand a quantity of Lime for sale, and wilt always endesvor to accommodate thoee who mi IAVOT Qirn will) lonr rusuini. Augusts April 1 1 th. 1840.--Cm ill tll.ASI.S I h liit ijuahty Suqar llou- I II Molasses, only Itl cents per quart; also, t supeibn article wl yellow Molasa- s for bsking, on ly IZJ cents per quart forsal st Ih store of JOne 13, 18411. 11E.K1 MvBKIli filllE I'stSBBATSB MtCASBIB HaIB Oil, h" X lust been received and ia for sal at the store of May SO,' I84B. HENRY MASSER. JlDE.N SEEDS. A fresh upply of K. ' Ilialay ft Go's Superior Garden !, just received and &4r eale at the etore o.. Mitcli SI, 1040, HENRY MASSER.