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, Terewel! drink; to titgh anil handyy . , i rrwM rum, gio tod brand?,)' .. reTewrtl hut that tro'll weather, : frwwell beds that have nojeatnere, . .TVeweil wayathat I'r forfaUfi,'., . farewell tubs that bar no bare, Farewell vmirtr bote and kettles." i . Farewell cnpboirds. without vitals' , Farewell face as. red as crimson, , . Far- ell Sita that bare nd rime, onw rT . Farewell coate, mora boles than atieheV , FareWvll rsvfed veets aM breeches, " " : Farewell broken chalra knJ tabies,' ' ? .' ". " ' Tarewell dwelling! worn than stable. ... . Farewall drunken long'and rrel,v, - . i .Frwi-ll friends tbat love the barrel, t j Farewell drinking lade and laies, . Farewell twihdovre within! glaMes; ' ; ' Farewell floors tbat need a awab file, , Farewell yard that bava no wood pile . . Farewell bondt tbat I have broken, Farewell oathe that I have tpeken, ' Farewell landlord and bartenders, Farewell all blue devil sender. .. . . . . ' F.sccsAiLB. Whilst a regiment of volun teers were marching through Camerjfo, a cap fun, (a strict di.-ciplinarmrl.) observing tbat one .. f Ihe drums did not beat, ordered a lieutenant t inquire the reason. Tho leWow, on being intrrrofrcd, whispered to the lieutenant, "I have tweilueliaanda turkey in my drum, Ind thn turkey is for the captain." Tbia being whie pered lo tin captain, he exclaimed, "Why ill i'nt the drummer my he was lam! ' I do tirrt wa tt men Ij do their duty when they are not able." A remarkable inatsnce of Yankee enrioeity is r' latcd of a wull dtesneiJ man in New Haven, w'to lost something mi the aide-walk, knocked i' nilitor and obtained a light to look after hit missing properly. Several persona, one after waotlicr, aa they came alonp, oHVred to assist bin in his search, and asked him what he was l.mkinj for? . lie evaded a reply, ami conjectu ring that it was something valuab'e, the people ioitercd round to tea it found. After an hour' ' arch, tho man exclaimed tbat be had gnf it t "What ia it!" cried several in a breath. , "It's a cent," mid the man, a little ashamed ; "1 didn't' cp re any thin? about it, but I wanltiilo lee tecre the dorntd thing went to - HOW TO A All i rY. TETDtlt. Tnt Egyptians adopt a curious method of making a turkey tender. Half an Jioor before the bird a killed, a gJaee of brandy is poured down Us t brent, which produces complete intoxication, and the flesh of the tipsy turkey acquires a ten demote superior to that which is proc'ueed by even lonj keeping. One of the best "tricks" that we have heard of lor a long time is the following. It is worth trying: Legirdemoin Or low to jret a whole suit of clothWinto a jutils bottle ! Every iirae you feel like taking a "horn," drop the pricVof a "nlnptt into ihe bottle, and take a plan of pure ru'J wuttr. Repeat this until the bottle ia full. . i. t i. I L i iii-ti nrva u carry win cuuicni i'j u cmxj tiil.ir; and vi ilhiqa month you will find your self encased in a new mil uf clothes without any trouble orcxpenae to yourself. " .The same can be done with hat, boots, &c. We hftVe known .esrt load of ood snd a barrel of fluur to be fiansmo;ried io a ainailar oianrer. Wou"e Wit. Dt. Franklin was dining with a tory preacher, just, before the reeoiu'ion, . gov e as a toast, "The King."- - Tbo doctor, and others ot hie way of thinking, drank ft. By and by hia turn camo, and he gave, "The Dyil7 This created some cohiuaioo, but Ibe elergy man's iady understanding the drift, said, "Pray gem'.cmea, drink tho toast,' Dr. Frankliq Ibaa drank to our friend, lei ua drink to lit." An honest son of Uibcrnia waa ssked the o'ber day bow many children he had. Faith," saya he, "I have three sons, sod each of them has a sister." Quere How many davghter$ has be J AV Y. Sun. One, to be aure, The prevent scarcity of money," eaiJ a deli berative wiseacre to his wif 'ismfiug to 'You oi a right, my honey it is because there is ro much owing to and so littlo paying to." 'I under!),' eaid a deacon to one of bis neighbor, 'ilint you have become a hard dr in ker.' 'That's a slandir." replied the otighbor, for no man drinks ouster.' A Proverb saitb, 'Ubor while the dsy lasts, for the night eometh when no man can s.ork. There weru no PKiMrcaa when tbat was writ ten. - ; Tbe Jews have a proverb that ha m-bo breed not op his son to some occupation, reakea him a thief,'! anil tho Arnhime say that "an idle person is the devil's p'ayfrllrw." You can do -anything if you will enly Ur ratience. Water nuy be carried in a sieve if yea wait till it freezes, , , . , ... "lt Ttfivz. He that eeibarke on Via voyage of IU will always- wieb to advance rather by Ibe eiraple ImpuWe of the wind than the strokes of Ue, ear j ao4 many feeder in the passage. ... - Jakaeefa. ' tUN R' lOTB tl Te re . r-3e Mlewtnr bat stowl sb tfcrfsM aTef bl) ..Veaeylrania 9ankJMc:iTbe aM(linpliail rs LaMS may b proe4 iV Hi every Mrk rrfully compoed wlib and eorreeted from Uick 'oell'e Rnperter j r-i- , f'- 't -i.-.V.-u ' j n 7 y.- UnnKJ ta VbtlUdelphlflL ! i ' " juml .. !,"UcaTio., ?2S" HdnlVNorth nwrea; ' , Bank bfths Northern tai)rties . , "Commercial Hunk of PennV . ' , . . Fartreis and Mecbanice' Bank " . , . ffrtiemtlori Bank . ' , . . ' Philadelphia Bank v" . . ehbylkfll Bank " . . 8Aothwark Bar.k i : . Weatern Bank-i - MeebankM? Bank . . . MenufaetmW & Mechanics' Bank Dank of Psnn Township -i , -Oirard Beki t . ' - " Bank of Commerce, lte MoyaRKitaing Bank of Peimaylvania - . V ""' Conntfr BftnU." Bank of T fieter Coonly Wratcbrstpr Bank of Delaware Conwy Cbssfw Bnk'of Oermsntown , . Oermantowu .Bank of Montgomery Co. Norriaiown Doylestown Bank , .Dnyleatown Caaton Bank , Ciaton Parracre pank of Bock o Bristol pr par prtr pr par pet pnr par fnr par par pir par par par par par pr par par Bank of JVorlbomberUnJ -rthumlcfland our Cofumhia Bank dt Bridire co. Columbia ir r armenr tinna oi l.anrmtei" Lncitt rar Lancaeter Connt Bank Lancaster ir Lancaster Bank , Farmers Bank of Reading Office of Bank of Petm'a. Office do do Office dj . do OlSee do do Laneiater pit R-adinf par Harriiburg"- Thcae Lancaster I offices Reding J Jo not E an ton . J issue n. NOTES AT DISCOUNT. Hank of the United Steles Philadelphia 23 i M i Miner' Uank of rottevilie Bank of Iwittown Bank of Middlotown Carliale Bank Exchange Bank Do do branch ef Tterrifbutf Bank Lelxmon Bank Merchant' Sc Mannf. Bank 8nk nf Pittiburg Wrat Branch Unk Wyoming Bank Northampton Bank Berks County Bank Office of Bank of U. 8. Do i'o ilo Do do do Potiti!le Lewitowo Middletown Carlisle Pittshure HollidaVfburg Harriaburg Lohaoun Piitaburc ritta'jutg Williamspon Wilkeiharra Allnnlown it Ri-ading Pitieburg failed Erie do New Briahton do Bank of Chambemborg -Bank of Gettysburg Bank of Susquehanna Co. Erie Bank Farmer' 4e Dtorara Bank Pranklin Bank -Honeedals Bank - , Monongahela Bank of B. fork Bank Chambemburg Uettyaburg - Montrose - 1 1 Erie at i WeyiM-ehiirg n Wesbiiistoa I J HoncmJ.le , . It Brownsville ti York Ikl K. B. 1 he notes of those hanka on which we omit quotations, and substitute dash ( ) are not purchased by the Philadelphia broker, wiib the exception of those which have a letter of reference, '-BROKEN' BANKS. PbiIadelpbia6aV.ini.' PiiHadbia fatted Philadelphia Loan Co. 1 do Mlcd Schuvlkill 8av. Ins. ' do fuloil Reuungleu Bav.Ius. A . r , .-- - do Peon Township 8v. Ina. ' - do Manual Lahor Bank (T- W; Dyott, prup.) failed I'owanda Bank Towanda Alleghany Bank of Pa. , Bank of Beaver 1 ' Bank of Swatara f . . Bank of Washington Centre Bank , , , City Bank ' ' ' Farmer' & Mech'ce Bank Farmers' & Mech'es' Bank ' Parmera' l Merh'ca' Bank Hannony Institute Huntingdon Bank ' : Juniata Bank Lumbermen's Tlink Northern Bank of Pa. New Hope De l. Bridgs Co. Norihnmti'd Union Col. Bk. North Western Bank of Pa. Office of 8chuvlkill Bank Pa. Arr. & Mnuf. Bank Silver Lake Bank , ' Union Bank of Penn'e. ; Velmoreland Bank ' ' Bedford no ale Beivrr closed Harriaburg cloned Washington - failed BeUffmia clutcd Pitthurg no ale Pjnahurg ' failtij Fayette ca. ' failed Greenraatle ' failed Harmony uo sale If unlinjJon no rata Leariilona nola Warren ' failed DundaflT Co nrle !Sev Hone rloet Milton no ! Meadrills " ' ' clowj Port Carbon ' CarlUle failed ' Montrose rioted Uniontown failed 1 firrenstturg rlnaed WilkemUnr Bridge Co - Wilkeenarre neaaU "fTAII note pttrporthig fo'be on any J'enn-vl vania imhk am giveo so uts arv u.t, may be et Jown a frauds. , .KEaY JCRSKW. . -Bank of New Biuoawick Brua.wlck . failed Befvidere Bsnk" 1 Belvkl.tre J Uurlington Co. Bsnk : . Medford r y,tr Sommete'iaJ Bank , f,- . Perth Aroboy r . J Cumberland Bauk : ; ( ' ltrlgioo . ; i'per Parmera Sank ) . i Mount Holly par rarmrr and Mechanical Bk Bahsrsy - FaTnwrs'enal Mechanics Bk N Brunswick (ailed Farmer and Merrhante' Bk Midd.eto n Pc i Franklin Bank of Ni. Jwey City failed failed failed failed failed i failed i par Hoboken Bkg dc Giaung Co Hobofcfcn lersey City Bank Jereey City Mecbenica' Bank Patieisoo Manufacturer' Bank Belleville Morria County Bank Morrutown Monmoutb Bk of N. J. Freehold Mechauiea' Bank . .. iewatk Mechanic' and Manuf. Bk Trenton Morria Canal and Bkg Co ''Jersey City Post Notes eo aale Nswsrk Bkg & Ins Co Newsik New Hope Del Bridge Co Lsmbcrtavills N. J. Msnofae. and Bkt Co Hoboken i failed failed f.ilJ i par N J Proiecton dc Lombard bk Jersey City Orange Bank Orange Peterson Bank Patorson PeopW Bank do Princeton Bank Princeton Saieoa Banking Co . SaJen , Stale Bank Newark State Bank Elixabetblevi StaU Bank Caadeu Stale Bank of Morria Morrittown Bute Bank Trenton Salem and Philad Manuf Co Salem Suaaez Bank Newton Trenton Banking Co Trenton Union Bank . Dover Waabingtun Banking Co. Ilarkenaack urxAWAnr- Bk of Wilm eV Braudywiue Wilmington Bank af Dataware Wilmingtoa Bank of Smyrna Smyrna Do branch Miliord .' Farmers' Bk of Bute of Del Dover Do branch Wilmington ' ' - besnck ' Georgetown Do fcne. Nswesetle Unio Bank Wilmington err Cadet a'. par t par i failed failed i pv failed T i P' PI psr par par par par par 2 CT On aU keaiks aaaiksd tbos () tbese era si. taw eeejeterfsites akwaae nets e) ibe vanoDe d PMuesuoDS, p drvulatton. . To'ttke lTo. of O. P,"V j. j xry ei ta it. is t o k ! s :t Mnndacrur6t't' rtf TremMi Odd FH 1), 1 , '.. 'oW,UtVSrmfft .;. j . Jfi. W4 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA; -, , , ..Firs Oloibiag Siora bele 6tu 8irrt. ' tf., , - i. ? '. ;-. .! J f, fTlltE suleribevs havinf taken tbe prem4em at . X. Franklin Inetiiuie, at the last ethihltien, for the het Regalia thsv invite tbe attention tf tha order to theif eatabKuhmentt wbetetbey Will dad a splendid f etertireot of P. U. and CncaMpment R sli They aUomake U onW for lodges anJ Encampment. RegaKa, fh. .Cevtama and R. bi-a, epd furninh etary thine; requisite for the convenience of new Lodgea or CncampmenMi , ' i . ': a J. W. STOKES, , E- D.STOKBS. Phila Mpbia, Dee. 19, 1816. ty '..- : fetcam Umbrella MANUPAC TORV. . MO. 10 MABKBT 8T2USBT. rillLADELPllU. ... AVM. II. RiCHAUDSOX. . IN Addition tf vaiioue other lnpforeineniS, ha vine nt.pl ed BTtax rowan to ih mannfnrtiire of UMl)i:i:i.LAS. iseitalil-ntoeall them ai very low rc, . ,.. , . - (ty M.'rc! an are Invited to call and see hie Works, snd examine the rtment. i'hila.leluhie, Nov.SI, l4C 3tn Kew .F irm. f.nHE ltnder;ftiel hereby ves notice, thnt he A hn neiarft with himself, as a partner in hi- mfrintite tuine, in tie store iljoln'ni .Wsiver's Tavarn, to Huiiliury, John Haas, snd that the said tnre will hereafter be conduced on d- r h firm of t'lcmrnt & Haas. The tote at the South WralcoincTof Maikrt l?qure will b conducte.l as hereiofore, by th ulicib r liimeelf, to which be needfully iiititt hi cuaWmei snJ fnrntls. i He s'so n..tifie all boe indebted to him, to call beiwren ihia and the lt of January next, and set tle th ir acconni. - All kind of produce will be token on account, at eh price. Hereafter no longer than four montb credit will befiven. IK A T. CLEMENT. Siinbtiry. Nev. la. lUtfi tf. ' CLE1LE1TT iirTEAAS, "RESPECTFULLY inf-rm tbe public, ih'jl on the 9lh inil., they rnteied into arli,er.hip, in the mercantile buxine, at the ators rcccn'lv ccupieJ by La T. Clemrnt. adj lining Wrvet'a Tavern, in Sunbury. They have lately received a new etnek of eootle, which thry will dispose of at (Its lowr( price. ' i Atl kinds of produce will be tuken in exchange for if 'o,t. , tiit lunker than four month credit will he t'en. I It X T. CLEMENT, ....; JOHN HAA8. Sunlmrv. Na. 14, 1M. tf. . . Cheaper Tlian Ever I JOHN H. PURDY. hi just received, at hi New ftore, in Market Kquaie, s freah supply if Sei(.nMe Goods, such as Cloths. Cimer, 8uinetti, Kentucky Jsam, Conl,- Diillliifia, Alpsccss, Gitighmns, Print, Muilins, Horiery. nios.Ac, Al O! Queenrware snd Groceries, which i1 1 cold very low. Purchaer are invi ted Ui cll and emmine hi stork before porchacing elscnheie. The hihet pr'ce paid for Produce. Sui.hury. Octolw r 17th, 1846. if. ' PETEPt. & AGITE. pEXS OF THOUSANDS of unhappy being A in the "Axne Sylian" i f our cuuntiy are n.iw tuTiucn'ed with that hated complaint' KE VF.K & AGUE, 'on "BILIOUS INTERMIT TENT FEVER, or Chilis hp Favaa. as it it verfooely called. - The univera-l vr icv of thi en lire commuuiiy 'fiono Maine to fienrgia'' and from the AtUntic to the R.icky -Moanieine, dec Urea ROWAND'S IMPROVED TOXIC MIXTURE to be the great and only toft, sure and radiral Cure, when piopcily uard. Thin cannot bo con trovetird. It restore the natural fulirgt ami e latilttttj of the eonUiluliun in a manner tbat no thing tlse will. , Eatraet of a letter. lted - Lawiarowji, P.Oet lO.IRt?. , Every bnttla of ih lmcoved Tonic Mixture cn( h been aold. and I do not know of one. in tnnre that it did ml affect a cure. . F(.ur bottle ruled five raw of tbe won! kinj of Fecr snd A cue in e ctae we my'lt After tryinr. Quinine and all ether cure h"ght f tj'mjr PhyS;ran. Bndinc no re'it f.I OoaJty sent for ins n..ttte nfyour Tonic Mixture, and w rr)ieed, in. fct eijreJ in 34 haute. - Plesse send on e fresh supply, as thcrs is none left." YoU's, trulv, hi 8AMLBL HOPrnS, ' Soi l, on Agenry in Suubury, by H. M and oihe, and all lbs Stotrk-eera in the adjoin ina Counties. ' ' : 1 ' October 17. 1818. EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY! DHATWrESS CAN BB OTJKBB 1 1 COOPER'S ETERIAL OIL A prompt snd lting remsily fur Div, alee for pains snd dirrhsrge of matlsr from the Ear. Hundred of cures in ce deemed utterly hope leu have firmly e-labtiahed it auperiority over eve. y firmer Medical discovery. Tbi valuable Acoustic Medicine ia a compound of four different Oil, one of which, the active and principal ineiedient. io oHiined from Ibe bark nf a certain specii a of WtOT, a new end effectual agent in tbe euro of Dsafue. Person who had been d.af for 10, IS snd sven 90 year, hew been permanently cured by usins: this oil. : In fact, o numsroua and eo rmphdie bava rn the teiimoniale in ila favor, that the ia. ventor claims for il tbe dieiinrtion of an Infsllible Remedy, in all casee, wben the Eat ia psrfcei in it fumtiti n. i . ,...-, Foi further paniculsrs, and avidenes of ita great value, see printed sheala, in the bands nf Agsnta. For sale io Sunbury, by J. W. PK1LINO. September 19,h. 145 ly Keller fc Crtenougli, . AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, . wAsnzzroTOxr, d. c. "PTKelA WINGS and Papers for the Patent f iLVee will bs prepared by them, al their office. opposite) the Ps'sni Offc. , , Juiy,ejiiiM6V I V viiii'l v ..ivJvmmiI i 1 UNKIVALLHD AND UNEQUALLED m lit ! ruling' Colds,' Cough, Athms,' lofluentt, (Whooplng-Cougb, snd'stl Diseases of tbe ' ' bieat and lung, leading to Cousump " tiorr I coroprtoed of tbe concentrated virtues of the herbs Horehound, f' Bonesett, Blood root, and , i : 'A: .-i aeveral other vegett. ' ' ' 1 Ms subttsneea. m il .. i '.. ' Warranted ' ' PURE FROM ANY MINERAL WHATEVER. THW Invitluabla Medicine i the mot S.ely and eertnin remSiW evbr itlaenverni r.r thm bove eompla nia, thousand v.ho have Ued il will testify. ' For sale, in Sunbury. bv " ' ' v - J. W. FRtLlNO. ! and In Northumberland, by D. BRAUT1GAM, and at wholesale, in Pbiladi Iphia, by " " F. KLETT & Co, - ' Comer of HeconJ and Callowbill atrett. September 19th, 1840. ly ' , : CilEA PKST IN Til E WORLlFl StCHm netlned Sutrnr Cnndlets, ' casT era rorun, wii ti .' 5. J. RICIIAK L)SON, No. 43 M.ket Street, 0 Pan mi. run, lake plea-tire in ntnitnin li, e public, that he lii Cni.ilntir to evil hi very'&u erior 8ieam Rrftned Candy al ths I w ptics of $12 60 per 100 pounds, ami the quality I cipri t j any manufclured in the Uni'ed e)ttea. : Ha ilro otfers nil kind of fooii in ih Cm fit t'ontrj snd Frutf line at corretpondiiift low p'k.e. ss q'lrtk ssles snd small pioCia ate ibe order of tlie day. . ('all or vet id your orders, snd you cannot ftp to be satiafied. Dm'l Impel the iiumtH-r, 42 MAR KE r STREET, PHILADELPHIA. J. J. LICHARDON. August S9th. 18 Ifi. -6m V II OLE8 A L K BCCT fee DMOE STCPaE. CHEP FOR CAmH. . A'o. 85 South Third Strtet. nbavr Chtmut, PHILADELPHIA. sastkb. 4k o cirt man vricrcaaii boot imi snots. ! f F'llE Suhcrilir hstaitsn the liberty ot adilrr v X aing the public, mh.d thai they il timl it Io their ititrreai lo call snd examine liiaeloik of Duo: and riixx n, and acoaint tl.euiaelve with hi prices. Celling eaclrsivelv for Ibe Ca.h, he i enshleil and determined to sell lower than any other regu l.ir houis in the city. Person will plea rxsmine Ihe market tho roughly, and, bifoie purchaine, call al the store of TIIOS. L. EVAN?. No. S3 South Thitd, above Chcsnul St. Philade'phia. Aua. 15, 1046. DENTJSTltYT JACOB HSLLEPa, THANKFUL for the liUral encuranemeni which he ha receivnt, wnul I reapectrullv infirm hi friends and, the citizens of Ntliunitrr Isnd county in general, that he ha irrprrd hiin elf with the best Incorruptible Teeth, Gold Plata, Gnl.l Foil, dec, thai csn be bad in the city of Phi ladelphia ; snd that he will emir tor, t j ihe utintiM ol hi st'ility, lo remler full alii.f.iction to all who my Ihink piojier lo engage hi ervic. He will be lo Sunbury at the Augu.t cnurt, where b i will be prepared, at hi reridence, to ioaert Te4-th on (told Plata, or on Pivot, on the Lieut and mo.t ap proved plm, and attend In all ihe tranche belong ing io DENTAL SURGERY. Ladit a' will he wailed ou at their places of resi dence, If deaired. , His charges will be rcaionabls, and bis work warranted. . He will viait diffi-rent parte of the county, about ence in three m.inth. 8unburv, July IMh. IMG 6m E. KIMBER, JR., So. 21 Aorf h Fourth Street, under the .Vcr chants lintel, Ph 1 1 ia d c I p h I a , ' ' "aii axons ne rai J ' ' KEEPS conatent'y en hand an eiter.ive as sortment of sit kinds of Silk, Pur and Bea ver Hat, which he nffore for la on the mnrt rea sonable term. Hi H sre mad up of the hett easier iala, and in the most spproved style. Per sona vieiiing lbs city mi fin, it t, their intereat to e!l. July llth, 1846. ly - SILVEU MEDAL, awaansn at Tee saaaaLia isstitcti, 1845. Citj Dugnrmotype Eilnbllshintdl. ' (Lara 8imos dc Cetuas.) ' No. 100 CAemuf f., niot- Third, South tide,' gniLADEUHIA. M INtATURES taken equally ss w.ll in clou dy a in cletr wetner. A dark silk diets for s lady, and e black suit (or a gentleman, sre prrfursble in silting for e pictuie. No extra cbsrge is msde for coloring, snd pet feet likenesses sre gmrsntied.. . . July 4th. 1846 ly FOUNTAIN HOTEL, . . Light Street, ; THE Houae has undergone a thorough repair. Tbe proprietors aolicil its former pairotnge. Terms fl 55 per dsy. v - WM. W. T)IX " ' ARTHUR L. FOGG, July 4, 1846. ly Proprietor. C0LTJM3IA EO-UTSE, canaxfiXT sthcut, P H I L A D K L l1 II J A . THIS large snd commodious Hotel bss recently been filled op with entire new furniture. Ths subscribers therefore solicit ths pstronage of lbs public, snd trust ibat thai experience in the busir.e will snshle them to givs entire satisfac tion. Teraas nsedetsw). ' BAGLET, McKENZIE dc Co. July dtb, 1848, ly CLOTEI1TG,' WlIOLCSALB AND RETAIIm THE nbaraihere are constantly manufacturing flora the best French, English snd American msnofaclored Cloth snd Cssaimers, CLOTHING in vers euperior style,' cut end workmanship. Persons buying to Sell again will find one ef the largaat and moat fashionable etock of goods to select from in the city, snd st nnprscedented .w price, - J, W. A E. D.STOKES, IM MsrkM st. Philad. N. B. A large swart meet ef Odd Fellows' Re galia eanalemly on band, and al eiler from Mga or ksdividnsb renclual'y slleeded le, en sne sat liberal teraas. , J. W. dr E. p. R ' PWJsdsJsbia, Jee7tb, IM4. ly , , , pnnmuiiirscAi.i3i3s Dele's Celebrated Rail RoimI Scales, do Jii Co end Hay r j ' " t u I".. do da ' iron MsnufscV do do do , , Purtabl Plslorm do ' 40 different wize, Doimutor I'krnr do . . . .5 diLlDt sizes, , Cvunter do "ltditTsreutsiaea. Tbe' above Ssale are made either aiagla ot Jrtifhtit twam. anJ are decidedly tbe moat duiable, accurate and conretii Sot fcuKa ever ina i.d. We alio have Plaif rm and Courier Scale, Patent Balances and every kind of Weighing Machinea in one for sale, whole ale snd retail, st low prices. All Scales sold by U to go out of tbe city, are boxed free of charge, and narreiiird to ejve latinfaction t the rurchmer in swr, partlctU. GRAY Sc BROTHER. Manufacturer and Dealers, No. 34 Walnut dreet, , June 27. 1846. ly Philadelphia. HORSE SHOES. BurdehV Patent florte Shoe, for le at uianufactuai' ' p- ice, by ' ' ' ' f. i. : UUAV & DKOTHSR. June 87. 1346. ly - 34 Wamul !. Phtl .-l. SALT. New Yoik SaU in I srreUand Ut, for ile at manufacturer' price. y GRAY &. BROTHER, June 27. 184.6. I y 34 vlut at. Phil id. i"it i o n f i n7s? TO ALL COUNTRY 220USEIIEEFERS. . lUU may be sure or oltiin-nir, at all lime! pure and highly flvvrd By the aingl pound or Isrger quni tiiy, ut Hie I't-fcln Ti'aCompnnj'M fVareliouc, 3U SiAith Sicimd ttrett, trUfci Market andChw nut tlreelt, rmx.ACLrxixA. ilrreii.fore il bs been very duTicult, indre ', st inort impoible. alwaya lo obtain good Gram anl Hl.ick Ten. Uul now you bava only lo vimt the I'tkiu Tea Cor:ipsuy's Store, to obtain s dliciu n J frai(ranl Tea sa you could wiali for. A il tale csn hers l-a uitcd. with lbs advantage of gelling a pure art ir lo at a low price. Juno 7'h. 1840. . - - Have you heard the IVews ? NO! V7HAT IS IT? bv, nv st iov stmri triT 'MARTIN - IRWIN, I hi ?hp, in Murhet ttrtet, adjoining the three s'ory linck Joiue, -7 AS just rccivci from Ptnlsdelphia the large!, 11 lianjmimeel and brat axortmenl of HOOTS AND SHOES of avety description, that bss ever been brought to this pluce. And what is st.ll better, thy y he sell o cheap, thai you csn buy two saia fir the mme money that jnu uixd to pay for cue pair. He Ui'vsroa Caum snd Sail. mi Cu, snd that is the lejsun that he can u fiord to sell ihem much chraier. If you ilon't want to buy, jtil call anJ see hi s'nek. He is slwuys glal Io see hi cutooier; and il is no trouble to him to show hi goods. Jont lo give you an idea how rhea,i ha does sell, ths following ia a list of prices of a psrt of his i-tnck : Msn's Thick Pools, . do I ins Grain do do Calf do Pots' Thick do Youths' . - - do M.'ii's Thick Drogan. Women'e Morocco Wells worth 4 00 at $2 75 M 4 60 st 3 00 .". 5 00 at " . t 50 al " S 00 at " 1 87 st 3 00 I 75 1 25 1 00 snd Kbl Sprir.g. "1 50 st I 00 Women' best City msde Kid Slipper, "I 63 st I 12 Lmlie' 4 Gaiter and Gai ter Boot. I " 8 00 at 1 37 A'o. every variety of Ladiet', Dot' snJ chil dren' shoe. l price lower than ever before offer ed. Come and See. . Sunbury. June 1 3th, 1846. 6m DANVILLE 3 TOT SE3 .SX-ZO-BC WOOLEN FACTORY. DAimLLB, COLUMBIA COUNTY, Pennnylvaiula. - THE Danville Steam IVoalem Faetory. former, ly ownsdand occupied by Dr. Pstbius, b a recently been purchaaed by the sulwcribers, who respectfully announce lo their friend and the pub lic general y, that Ibey aie now piepwed lo do all kind of wjik in their line of business, si tbs shor test notice, according 14 order, snd in the best com parative nurnnor.; .Having gone to eouaidrralile eioeoee in re nairina Ibetr mechinerv snd srsrstus. and being very panimlar, In aeeuring the cervice of rxpenenceJ mechanic, they feel corfidajil . itat they are capsble of executing til kind of work in a style superior to ai.y other ecablishrcent in Ihe country, ai the old etittomry prirr. CLOTHS. HATINETTS. FLANNELS ah BLANKETS contn ly on hand, and for At at reduced prices, for Case, or Barter. CAUDIXC A1VU Fl'LdLlXO will be drnie hi the best manner, el lbs uaiial pri crs. rAII kinds of country produce taken in pay mini fol woik, at Danville market prices. For the accommodation of l hone who live at di'tance, Wool, and Clotb will be taken In at, and, wben finished, relumed to ths following pis. ces. Plain written direction must accompany eseh parcel; Columbia County.'-Roup A Man's store, Wa hingUnville; R. Fruit's store, J.rocytown ; Yrs ger'a inn, Roaring Creek ; Sharpli aa atore, t'alta- iaa; C. F. Manu' atore, Mifflniviile ; Milter' lore, Berwick J. Cline'a Mill; Rickrl atore, Orangevilla Derr'a store. White Hall. Jitrthutuberlatui Count v Michael Reader'ainn, Turbutvillei Ireland 6c. Hv' store, McEwene ville; E. L. Pipei's slots, WslMMislownt S L Comly dc Co' .tore, Millon ; Gilon's inn, Chil lisquaqus . Forsvth's sto:s, Northumberland Young's store. Sunbury. , . Luttrnt County Reynold's store, . Kingston Gildeialeeve'a store. Wilkeabsrrs Gtylord's store, Plyemmib ; Sij!- store, Nsnlteoke;- Jodg Mark's Mill, Huntington. " - f - Lycoming Coeay. IX Clapp'e store, Meuey Shoemaker's store. Hmiib'e Mill. , GEARHAKT da KOWNOVER. Danville, May 9, 1846. - -' - t-'o TrbkEXlER'S SPIRITS OF AP, for eg. tl V trading Grease, Dry Paints, Varnish, Tar, Was, Ac. from clothing of any daaraipiiua, wait ranted not lo injure ibe cloth es Ibe gaot delica'e colore. , This liquid baa also been need wwb greet succeaa in cases ol Burns, Scalds, Teller, P ina pie en the face, Cbsppsd band. Bore bps, Kbeoeaa tim, Hsrd or soft Corns, Ac.' y Piice, S6 eta, par bo I la. Fos sale at tbe ateig of v ' t ! Jolyl 8.1846. '. . H. J4ASSEB.., (MjhGtU&S JA'JL Blws end Block CW W lek, ef e aoperior qoahty. for aeav ctwjaax a gr at tbe saassef HENRY MAS6F.R ' Jury 4'k. !M8 do U 47 ATTORNEY AT LAW, - BtMVBTJBY. PA Businese sttended to In the Coonllee ef Ne tbumUriand, Unios. Lycoming and Colombia. Refer toi , ' .' P. &'A. KevocBT, "t Lowt & Baanev, " t i ' . . ,. Soesas & 8oobiss, - ., ypkilai RtraoLB, McFaBLAsadcCo. . .i Baaaibe.Gobe de Co., J ' PENNSYLVANIA, HOUSE, : DAKVXZO.TJ TJU THE suhMiiUer, Isle of ths Union Hot, !, Mui cy, Ps , respectfully Informs the olj snd m nrerous codomrr nf ths . . , PriiUMvlvunla. House. and the public generally, tbat he has leased tl Tsvt rn Stand of John Rhode, in Danville, whe he is now prepared lo entertain traveller, and pe una vMtiusihe town, in the very beat style. Tl accommodation will be eui-h a a well conduct public h')U-e nhoulJ afT.ir.', and no rffut will spared to rendet itlfifrtiin, in every reapect, to i who n.ay curl. The til ten-i of Lycoming eoa.i ate ir vited ip put up with the uudvrigi ed win they vimi I)4iiil!e. HENRY WEAVER. Dunri le. Msv 8. 13-iC. , , . sslfrisTRTe V K T K II n. RECENTLY FHOM MASSER, PHILADELTHIA, RESPECTFULLY informs ths citizens Sunhor snd vicinilv, that he ha opened olBre st Ihe rciilerice of Henry Mser, in Mailt stnrt, where he i prepared lo eseeute sll kinds I)r.TAi vnnsav, Plite Work, die., on the lnt onil mO't iprovptl phns. Hvin, had roine rvperienee and instrnet'ro 0 ruler ine of it, a moi eminent and auccevaful De lis s in l'bilaiMihii, ha believes that hs will b!e to give ti.l'jciion to triors who msy wsnt I services Lsdie will be watted on st their places of re, deuce. His chsrgea will be modsiaia, and t work warrooted. Sunbury, Murch tSih, 1S46. Z:?SaW.lT HOTEL Ka:K SlKf tr, I'lllLAPFLrHIA. RV J. PiriT.RS. rpHIS lorstion is convenient for Burno mi I viiting the city. Lvery p iins is lakeu 1 1 i ure the coinfurt of traveller. March 7. IMP. ly MONTOUR HOUSE LATE MtMlY'S HOTEL, Oftporitr lie Court Ibnire, Daiiville, PBNN"A, THE Subrciibir, who iaed fur r vei I year in the mvnaeertieni of the hove Hotel. Ulely kept by Mr. S. A. Sr dy, b. B leave lo infirm the travellii puh'ic, that be baa tken the entabli.hment on I own nccoiint, on the first nf January, 1848. The Houe h, ol late, undergone many impr tant alteration, and the prevent conductor pronii. to leave nothing uod'Hie to muke it a comforta' and agreeable, a well aa a cheap and accommnd ling stopping place for etraneers who may 'Wit o fl iurithmg village. No paina nnreipense will spared to fill ihe table and the bar with the t-t tl mukela afT.inl, and with the d( termination to .1 vo'e hi entire per annul atlmt'On to the roinfort ihrMe who mav rrake his hnuit their temporary bode, and niiled by active, careful and obli;irp r vanta, he bope lo cive gem ral aalisfaclion, snd r ceive s lilrral hare of custom. fXj Lsrge ami commodious STABLES sre i txrheil In the ea'ahl ahinenl. which srs sltenJe.l I csreful and obliging ho ller.. GIDEON M. SHOO P. J.inosry Stth. 184B. if To"lurchaicr8 of DUIT GOODS. Ao. 121 Wsf., NEW yOKK. HAVING e,t .hli-bed s Branch si No. 144 h r ut l.. Philadelphia, i now opening, snd w be convantlv receiving Irom the New York At lion., an evtennv oineni of . FANCY A STAPLE DHT GOODS. which will be told al the lowest New iork pi cr al wholesale snd R.iail. Among h i atock will fouud s pood areortment of ibe follow i eg article Jaccomta, Plaid. Hiir Con), Lace, Stripe, U x Swi. and Tartaian Murlir . Bi.h p and Lim Lawn, Fancy Cap Nett, Fancy snd Ball tre Tbiead Lscmi, Application Dis, rich B ark Si Trimming Lace, lrih Linens, Linen Cambric Linen Csmbric liilkfu., Curtain Fringe, Cavhme J'Eco-e, Mouseline de I, nine. Silk end Colt. Warp Alpsrcae, QoWs - Cloth, GjIs Plaii Frncb Msrinoa. Black Silks, Gloves Si k Hot bh.wls, Ctavaie, RiMon, EmbioiOeriis. Ac, Ac Country Meichanta and oihera vi.iting I'hilacli phie or New Yoik to purchase, are rrspccttully i viied lo C iU and esamine Ihe atocka. . Nov. 1. lt.45. ly . DEM K V K AND LI V K THOMSON'S Compound Syrup of Tar & Woo JVnptlia. THE unprecedi-oted ucces of lhi medicine, . the restoration tf health, to iboes who, in de psir, had given up sll hopes, bss given it sn en ted reputation ahove all other remedies, fumUhir evidence of it intrinaic vslus snd power, ss the o ly sgeni which csn be relied upon for the cuie Pulmonary Consumption, Brotichittis, Aithm Pain in Ibe ride snd Breet, Spitting of Clau Whooping Cough, Croup, Ac. Attention is requested to ths following ASTO? ISIIING CURE. bv TbomoQt Compound Sju of Tar and Wood Npth ! ! Philadelphia, May 8f, 1844. MR. THOMSON Dear . Sir With emtcf feeling I inform you of Ihe astonishing eSSrcut your medicine, which ha literally taiad me fro a death-bed ! My dieae,' Pulmonary ConMim) linn, had reduced me so low that my phyaician pv nojnctd my case hopeless ! At tbi junction I bt gan o U'your m.dicine, and miiaculua aa u sua cem, it bss comph tel realorsd ma to baabh, fl everything alae bad failed. Re.pectfully ynur. ' .WASHINGTON MAt'K. Cbailolte street, above Geoige dree The oodrigned. being pereoaalr acquamU with Washington Mrk and hia euflrringa, bet witness lo tbs astonishing effect of Thomson Compound Syrup of Tar, and tbe truth ef tbs i bow elessment. - i o 4 . i . . . t t . ! JOS. WINNER, 818 North TbisdskMt. ; DAVID YICKER8,g Almond strsei. HUGH WGLNLET, 8. B. corner Tsmao ' 1 end Poena etreeuv ' l f ? ! .Pieperedoaly by 8. P. Tbomsen, & E. eerni of 6lh snd Sprues stmets, Pbilfdebia., j Agents. H. B. Mssrr, Sunbury ; D. Croe enJ Dr. Maepbsrsnn, Hrriborg J0a. G. BroWi jPsttsviile G. hUA, Reeding Ueoskosr A. y, an, Tewanda. Bradford ennnty, ft, , Price 69 ausl par bottk, er ft p r daaens (TlMsweeJi'wsiieerfssvu. " U Pni!ade!bia, June 181, IMI. ly. .- Sh