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Our thank. Pennsylvanian are due to the elitor of the New Orleani Picayune, for the fol lowing defence of the TemuyWonia Regiment, engaged in the battle of Sierra Gorda : "We learn from the American Stnr, published at Xalapa, that a part of the Firtt, and the whole of the Second Eegimenta of Pennsylvania Vo lunteer will remaiaat Xalapa, and with the 3d Artillery, form the garrison of that town nnder Lieut. Col. Child. We have read with pain to day in the Charleston Courier, a letter contai ning gross imputationa upon the courage evinced by the Penneylvaniana in the action of Sierra 4orda. It ia the firtt whisper of such a charge that hat reached u, and opposed by all that we have before heard of the battle. We applied at one to a gallant field officer who watin the tame alivitien with the Pennsylvanians, and himself in the thickest of the fight. He unhesitatingly dis countenanced the report. Ho represented the Pennsylvanians, officers and men, as eager fur the fray. Such will prove to be the truth in re gard to the Pennsylvanians, we firmly believe, when the true history of the division to which tbejr were attached comes to be written. Penn sylvania doea not pour forth regiments of young men who cannot 'be brought to the tcratclt' to use the words of the writer of the letter. We hope be will learn the facts of the case with more accuracy, and ba the first to Make amends to the Pennsylvanians." WoitTfi Moag THAU ins Wiioht in Golb. We have frequently heard of an individval being worth his weight in gold, but General Tom Thumb eiceeda thia valuation, and ia several times worth his weight in (old, as bia recent visits to this city proves. We are assured by the best authority that the nett profile of hit levees for twenty-two and a half daye in Philadelphia exceed $14,000. Counting sixteen dollars in sil ver to the pound avoirdupoia, he faaa made in thia abort period fifty-eight times hia own weight in silver ; counting filty-five half eagle to the pound avoirdupois, he makes three and a half timea his own weight in gold. The General opent in Bol ton on Monday morning next. Habbiaok is High Life. The Boston Transcript says that Tom Thumb, following o thrr illustrious examples, has "wooed a little maid," who baa agreed to "wed, wed, wed," and in a short time they are to be married, She ia in her 16ih year, weighs 19$ pound, and ia thirty inches high. The united weight of the couple ia fifty pounds ! RtM abkaiilg Phenomenon. The Cincinnati Signal records the following sinpular phenome non ia possession of Dr. Chapman, of that city: It consist of two young pig, having the hradt ef elephants. The pruboecis, mouth teeth, ear, eyrs, and ao far as we have been a ble to judge, from a superficial examination, the bead perfectly formed of an elephant. In one case, the proboscis is thrown over and back of the head in the position we sometime see the elcphaotbold it. In the other, it hangs over the month. The eyes of one are in the usual place tor the elephant's, whilst in the other, they are equaled near the centre of the fore head, not unlike the hippotamua. The akin ul one of these prodigies has hair like a bog; the other precisely (ikcaoelepcant. Saxta. AsNA'aGaNt Cocks. In the pursuit ot the eoemy, when he was flying from Cerro Gordo, several of Santa Anna's game cocks, with their tegs tied, were picked up by one of our people. The men were fur carrying them oil as trophies, but Gen. Tw iggs being near by, and prompted no doubt by a spirit of humanity, although some have insinuated he wanted to test Stnta Anna's judgment in (a me fowl, or iered them to be unloosed. The cock, when liberated, much, we suppose, to the disappoint menl of the general, instead of following the sample of their illustrious owner and flying the field, went right into battle and used their pure with as much fierceness as he must have leea plying his on his mule about the eatne ime. Gen. Twiggs, admiring the true game liaplayed, ejaculated something that was not ex ictly a bleaaing upon the Mexicans for not showing as anuch phxh as heif cocks and hold ing their position a little longer. We are not positive that there was any betting, nor have we consulted Paley on the practice, for we know Hie general was right ia the wain. S. O. Picayune. rHILAOELrlftA SSAXIXBT. Ti'isoat, June 8. Flow a and Mcal, There ia a decline of price ind, as a consequence, more activity in the Flour TurUel to-day. Wa entree aalea of about 3000 ibla. at $S a $8 56. A aaleof 600 00O Ible. vat made early in the day at 18. f Floar ia nactive at $7 a 1)62 . Sales of 2000 bft. of Cora Steal ar? reported at 5. Sales of 3000 bushels whir JVheat at J2l7T (2 10 ; 2000 busbela lair xJfl f 3 10 a (3 00. Sales ef, 4800 busbela Corn at tl 20 a 91 13 for Peaoa. yelktw; Sye it 32 a tl 85; rvts ecc. WaitatT. In hogtheada at 38c. BatflMUUB MAIIKKJ). trADAi.TtnoB AiikaiciVflay T. GRAIN No aalea of Marylaud Wheat. A nareel of Penna. red was sold to day at $1.10 per bushel, and another of Penna. white, tea shipper, t f2.16a2.18. At the opening of the market thia morning, her were aalea of whits Corn at U3all5 cents, jut later in the day tht-re waa a more active de. nand, and some 1500 buthela sold at 120 cents. Wor two parcels of yellow sold at J 10118 cts. We quota Oats at 56a60 eta. WHISKEY. There is little or no demand to ay Holderi ask 30 cents for bbU. aH 37 da. for Dnowiiatsa, Swimming of the Head, a rotting noise in the rata, h adache, palpitation of ih heart, etc. Wright's Indian VegetaM Pilla area certain cure for the above unpleasant complaints because they purge from the body those atagnant and cor rupt humor which, when floating in the general mm of circulation, are the cauae of a determina tion or rush in the blood to the head, giddiness loss of memory, dimness of sight, drowsiness, pain of the head, and many other y mptoms i'f a loaded and corrupt stats of the blond. Wright's Indian Vegclil'1 Tilts are also one of the very lst medicines in t!;o world for il.e cuie of indigestion, and therefore w ill not only remove nil the above unpleasant symptoms and rniiiely prevent any evil consequences resulting from a ruth of blood to the he", but will moil assuredly restore the body to a slate of sound health. Beware of counterfeit of all kind 1 Some are coated with sugar ; othora are made to rewmtde in outward appearance the original medicine. The eufuRl course is, to purchase from the regular agent only, one or more of whom may' be found in every village and town in the State. QjTAgenl for the sale of Wright's Indian Vegeta ble 1'iIIk inSuutiury, llamar M.ssek. For other agencies tee advertisement in another column. , TncsTTO Ubariiriltii' Pills take them o to produce a brisk effect, ai.il your sickness will he the affair of a day or two, while those who at too wise to follow this common-sense advice, will be aiek for month. Let the sick enquire i.f the agent for Brandrelh' Pill whether thrwo thing are ao or not. Let them enquire among their fiicnds and ask the same question. Verily if ci dene ia wanted it shall I e procured. To the tick let me ay, ue the DaAxnatT Fill is the best advice mortal man can give you. Xj Purchase of H. Maier, Sunbnry. or of the agent published in another part of thia paper. u 1 1; u, In thia place, on Thursday evening last, Mr. CHARLES I). WHARTON."eed about 50 year. On the 25th ult , at his residence in Wellshoio, Tioga county, Pa., Hon. SAMUEL MORRIS, father of the Itev. B. W. Morris, of this pluce. I'UICU CUUUENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Muster. Wsjkat, . 200 Rtb, . . . 100 Cob, .... 100 Oats. . . . 45 BcJTTin, ..... 16 Knoa, .... .8 Pub, . . . R Flaxsbbii, ... . 112 Bbkbwax, 15 Tallow, ... 10 Pl, - - . .10 HANCE'S BAHSAPARILLA VEGETABLE OR BLOOD PILLS. FOR PURIFVI.NO THE BLOOD! Baltimore, July 29, 1843. This it to certify, that I waa sfflicteJ with a vi olent pain m the breast and right arm, which I suppose proceeded from the impure mate of my bWd. I w recommended to take Hunec'i Sar $aparWa vr Dluod nils, and after t iking one box, the pain was entirety removed fiom my breast snd arm. I found them extremely gentle in their ope ration, and rould recommend them to every per son in want of a mild purgative. Patbick Rocnr, No. 22 Conway at., between Howard and Eutaw. Is reacMAsme varus riLL. lei me add CO-OM-: WORD OF CAVTIOX.jrj) Always aek for HANCE'S PILLS, and purchase of none but thoe advertiiiedBn agents and if con venient, call and see the proprietor himm lf. CO-PRICE 25 Cta per Box. of FIFTY PILLS EAt'H, for Hanee' Genuine Pills, or 5 for f I. For rale by SETH S. HANCE, I0 Baltimore St, and corner of Charle ft Pratt Bait more, and by GEORGE BRIGHT. Smibury, D. BRALTIGAM, Northumberland. June 12. 1817. H" ANCE'8 COMPOPNIT i RYRI7POF HOKE-HOUND-. FOR THE CLUE fF Cousht, Coltlt, Corttttinplin, Spitting of' Woorf, in Ih Side and ttrranl. HrvuehUit, Croup, Atlhrnn. and ull ditratet art tine from a disordered conditio ff the Iwgt or neglected enld. Cj" The following aonnrt wa adlreed to the proprietor by a Young Lady who wa cured of Consumption : Ho! ye who pant with failing breath, And pine awev and die ; Hancb ahall "put away" your death, kAod light, anew, your eve. How tweet it melt upon the tongue, How grateful lo the Invent A glorious theme lor poet' King, Soothing hia cuogh to feat. Haucs! favored of rh Gods, act thou! A bleesinc to thy race. Let Hotels iSoarish on thy btow, And wealth, those laurel grace. When heroes are forgotten ; kings Defunct; or, ceaxed to rein ; Glry, for thee, shall flap her wings; TbuU conqueror of pain. Pike 50 Cent per bottle or ix bnttfes for f 2 AO. Prepared and sold by feE I II S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore t, arid corner of Charles ft Pratt st(. and by GEORGE BRlGH I'.Sunt ury, D. BRAUTIGAM, Northumberland. Jane It. 1847. fcolson. WE think a man who wilt make and palm upon an nntuapectirrg rann, a ''Sugar Coated Pill," not having on the box Dr.G. Benin Smith's signature, would not heaitat te x-ll poirete, regardlea of all conaequence. No "Wlab Coa tab JatL" can ba relied upon, unleta Dr. ttiuiih'a ignarnfa ia on the bos, and Cjf" all other are either imiiaiton or counterfeit, and of eocrae daugeroua lo use. CAUTION, A a miserable imitation haa beau made, by Iba name of "Sugar Coated Pills" it i necessary to ba aurs that Da. G. Oca j-fLtra'a signature ia on every bnx. Price 25 cent Pimcinal Office. 17 Greenwich at. New York, Bold by JOHN W. F RILING. Sunburtf. WM. FOR8YTHE; orAii'ct June 12, 1647. " PUBLIC SAL22 ON Saturday, the 3d of July nexLat 10 o'clock, A. M will te aold by public fjua. at the Cuurt House in Sunbuy, all the cweii, right, ti tle and Intereal of lb uudemigned in one hundieJ and kitty -one sharea of NoithumbcrUud Sank Stock. Tbb MaacrACTcaias' &. MttalaiCk' Bank, &c, I'hiltdelj.hia County. 5 By her Attorney, JI. BELLAS, bflbur, Jt, 1817. t nn. hwaxnv. is tiik soitii. flHH foUuwina let er jutt come to hand, and .1 will he read with intercut. The patient Buffer ed intolerably, and enuld find no relief until he used Dr. Swahi'i Com rem n Sraur or Wild Cm sb a r. It ia c Mainly tha moat wendurful cure on ricoid ! Read It, Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 12th, 1617. Da. SWAiax Dear Kir I Having been almost mirneiilouhly COr(d by your valuable medicine, I think It not more than common gratitude in me to make one addition to the long liat nf certificate which yon have received of remarkable cure by your in. ilirine. During the two year prereding Inst August. I wnsvery much ditreed by a eiy bad cold and racking cough, and during the latter p-ift of the time it cntinuel to grow worse, and ii.de. d, in July my fib nd gsve me over, having tried all kinda of medicine, asid to be good for such diseases, without the leaot good fleet. I wa re duced stm.Ntt to a perf.cl corpse, nnd had scarcely any fleh nKn my bmly, and for a king time ne. ver thought to tUe fiom my bed again. A friend one d.iy akcd me if I hid tried Dr. NwTir.' t 'ompoiind Srup of VVit.it t'arMav, and advised ine to do ao at once, a be beard that it had wmked a great many wondeiful cures. I tok hi advice, and after Uiing up several bo'ttea of il, I grew en much better th.it I wss enabled tu loave my hrd, and afterwards ti walk alvout the house, and l-o nut into the street. w is encouraged I'V this, and continurd tlie use of your medicine, and now, by meuna of it wondeiful curative power. I am tier t'.ctly well, and enjoy the use if a'l my f.ruliie', jual pa much a if I h.id never U'en alllieti d in the way 1 d. scrihed to you. I hive written tin n it tbiiiktng that it w II at all interest ynu, ut hutnl ly hoping that it will have its mite of influence in cau sing your valuable medicine to I n spread am ng mankind, ami in assisting In raise you to tint sta tion which you rielily ile-mve, f.ir your ievering effort for the p-iMui uood. Kesptcifully your friend and admirer. JAMES It. MAINLAND. Comment on such rvidenre a the ab ve ia iin. necessnry. A single trial will place Dr. HtvTx'a Cow rous n Srat'P ir Wim Chihii lvond the reach of compel. lion in the estimation of eveit pa tient. Bat it healing viituo will be it beat re. commendation. Beware of Impirtition Aitemp'a have often beau made I'V uiiprinc pled ilidiv dual to imMise U(Hin the community a siur..u article. Stealing nearlv the whole of the name of sir preparation. To fully guard auaint such base and palpal.le im-io-ition, the j uhlie should shon all pteparaii m puipnrting to contain Wild Cherry, except that heating the signature f Da. H. Swarac an e .cli b.'ltle. The name of Dr. Swaths, in e .nneetion with the tmpouid Syrup of Wild Cherry, haa never )et be. n connterfei e.l. So if perona would hear in mnd the name of Da. Swatmk, they may he. sure of obtaining the o.iginul unJ genuine arti cle. Beware of the wor'lite-a 'Bal-Mms,' 'Bitter.' 'Syrups' Ac- aa they contain none of the virtue of the original preparation. The (oiifr.in.il and only) g nnlne article is pre pared by DR. SWAYNE, corner of Eighth and Kace atre.ts UJiilaih lph a. and for site hy agents in nil p rl uf the L'lJleJ Stale, and aome parts tf Lurope. Only Agent in Sunbury. is HENRY MA8SF.lt. Dr. J. A. Moore, Danville ; T. S. Mack y & Son, Mdion; M. D. &. i. Wel'a. Mvji.cv; O. A. Wyatl, Lewiahurg; Davis iV Schnuie, Stdiiugruve; John I'. Renn, Liue Mountain P. O. I'bilad. Iphia. 3sl2tm.f8 lv Mupervi-tors' Account. Joan Liaiiiu and Eli aa Bkhsiii, late Supnri sort nf the Huron gh of Sunbnry, in aeeminl with laid biirouxh, ft the year enminenemg in May, 1840, and ending in May, 1847. Dr. To whole amount of DuplicHte, f463 IS To balance due on se ttlement of Super- av visors' account of '45 and 'G 121 f4G4 30 Cr. By this amount paid, consisting of tun dry borouuh oidiirs, f 73 06 By sundry rxpenditorea f labor in re pairing ma.U and highway within said hoiouuh, a per r.'Ceiis 189 01 J By thi amount paid John Bogar, for padlock, us per receipt. If By thia amount paid John W. Fri ling, for nail and spike, a per nceijit, 1 SfiJ By thia amount paid J. H. Znn-n-ermaii, for biackaiiiilhing, p. r leei ipt, I 36 By I hia amount paid Snni'i Manta, for lumlier, a pew receipt. 1 73 By thi amount paid I. V. Clement, for tuinbrr, aa per receipt. . 9 36 By thia amount paid O o. Bright, f t lb. p ki', a per receipt, 1 1 By thia amount f iid I). RoekeM iow, for onri j mg borough road, ' a ttr rccsiut,. 1 M 15 07 By this amount paid Ilnitr Oreen- ough, on account of hi demand v. aid borough, a per rccet I, By thi ainouiil paid Lewia llewart, on account of hia demand vs. said burougti, aa ier receipt, By ri.iiirratioiis of uncollectible lax, By p. (eeutage nn f443. By ieisonal set ices including auditors' le.s, 26 91 2S 20 , I5J 15 42 fiNj ftIG 65 Balance due from saiJ Supervisors, 40 71 fll Sfl The uirtlor.igneil. Borough Auditor, having examined the Receipt and l'lipvnJiluiet of John Laudau and E'isa Biosinua, Isle Sup-rioia of aid lorough, aa ct loith in the preeeediug stale ment, exhtlH'ina a b.tlanc due from them to asid la. rough, of Forty ix dulLtn end ticenty-one rent; do a'.low and p the same. In lektimony of which, we have hereunto ct our bund, the 30th Miy. A. D. IH47. E. G. MARKLEV, MAR I'lN IRWIN, June 12. FREDERICK LAZtRUS. FKOIVI MEXICO! -Hist 91 411 Y A. .lit CAY, of tha borough of ftoilbuintrlaiid, auc- cesaoi lo Daniel Biautigain, reopectfully i iuforma the public, that although lien. Scon' army haa taken Jalaps f ua lor ila pro. duction of Jalap, ahe still haa enough or the arnchi to aupply Iba wauu of her custnraeie, besidea every other vaiietv of drugs and medicines usually found in an apothecary etiop. Having purcharrd the stock of Mr. Braulicam. abe haa one nel a new e- labliahmenl. almost opposite bia old atan.1, and Irusia, by atrict attebtion lo business, to merit Iba lialruuag of III vu'inlly ami pulilic. She will c.mrtamlv keen on band every variety of Drugs, PaiuU, Spicea, Patent Medicine, dc tht ia usually fouud ill a ding store, which abe will ui. po of at reaaji.alile praf. I'hysaitiiw and jtleia, fiom a distance, aupplicd at whi.leMila piicea. .Njilfcurcteiland, My 23, 1817: 2m. OPINION'S ot? the Pimss, av.nTtva TU TOCUT'S 1SD1AN VEGETABLE TILLS, . From the Cam den Democrat, TymCHT'S funu VtoarABLB l'iiis..Thee v celebrated Pills, ao universally uaed and ad mired, have become to he coiisidored almost a ne-ce-saiy in familiea'as water or fuel, lo fct. the principle upon which tbia madicino ha established its reputation purgation is now pieliy generally acknowledged to -e the only due one, bv which health may be preserved, or restored when impairid. Wright' Pill are now a universal favorite. Fmm the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Poft. WmaaT' lanian VtntTAai.a Puis, aro at taining great Celebritv in New England, a w, as other pail of the United Stale. Tho atiempt of person to Hi fraud the public by the ante of spurioti articles meet with general reprobation. Dr. Wright is an ind. faiiirable husineas nian, and show an array of cure hv the meilerine which wtrrant roufideiica in the virtue of hi Indian Vegelal le Pill-. Fmm the Philadelphia Sp'rit of lite. 'Vimrt. Wmour' lama! Vhitabl Pill. Peo ple aie pietty well sati-nVd by tbia time thai r ilo inel. and the other thoiiaaud and one mineral pre paration of the Mtopa, are Infer adapted, a a pen eral rule. In kill rather than cure the patient ; aa a m.it'er of nour-e, vegetahle medicine are therefore in great request. There ire m inv humbugs how ever, among the latter, and wo woiil.l a.lvi-e all Ibnse who have the lenl regard fur their be.ilih, lo try Wright'n Jmlinn Vrgrlnhk Pitln of the Sorth Amrrirni Cutfrge nf Health, aa they are the pre paration of one intimately acquainted i II the healing art. From the Butun D.i'i VYmrn. Walnut's linttK VsuRTtBi.K Pll.ia. Of all be puhlie. advertised medicines of the day. we know of ii.me that we can more snfe.lv recommend for the -il's that lleah is heir to." than the PiUa tliat are sold at iho depot of ihe Noith Am 'iii'ri C.. lege nf Health. No. I9et TreniHit si reel, Huston. Several instanrea we know of m here, they aie u-ed in fnmdiea with the highest tn.ti.f .eiuni : amino I 'iiger ago than yealei.lay, we h'-atd an ernim lit phys'niaii of this city lecninmct.d them in high term. The foil wi"g highlv lespidahle soiekeers have leen duly ain.omled agi'in for the nl of Wrighi't Indian Vegetable I'M; in Nurthuniber I .ml countv : Henry Maaaer, Sunbnry. E. fc J. Kmiffnsn. Augusta township. Samuel lleib, Litde Mahonoy. William Depo, J M-ksnn. Benevilla llolahue, Uier Mahonoy. John ti. Renn, I'pier Mahonoy. Samuel John, Shmnokininwn. Forsythe, Wilson A Co., Notlliumbetlaud. E. I- Piper, Watsoutuirg. Irlsiid ti Haynea. McE Acnivitle. Jamea Peed. Pttgrove. Wm. tl Sett, ItushviHa. Hartmin Kmrhle, Eiy.burg P. t). Am T BetsMel, Turl uisvitUr. (iid mi Sha.lel, l'pr Mahonov. Kholea & Farrow, Snvdsrttown. John King, Farmersvdle. Sitae C Co. k, Maitiu'a Cie.k. J. Do Yoong. Hicksvi In. Ahraham Slierer. Ruhinniid. Samuel Taylor, St.ilefor.l. John H. Vincent, t'tiilisquaque- Wm. Heineudt Burther, Milton. Bkwabb or Cera raaraiT. The puhlie are rauiionrd against the many spurious ine.lieines, which in order to deceive, are c illej bv namea si milar to Writihi Indian Vegi4ble Pilla. The s.ifest course i to puicliase uf Ihe reguhir agrnta only, who are gemleiiieii that uuy be ro bed on. rr OtTiees ilevo'a.l cxchisive!y to the snte of WKIUIirs INDIAN VEOE I'AHI.E PILLS, of the North Arriericsn College of llelih. No. 288 tJreenwieh Street, New York ; No. Tr-monl Street. Boston; and PRINCIPAL OFFICE. No. Ifi'J Rce Stmkit, Pliila.lelphia. June 18th. IH47. al'.ty. A 8 my wife Ilstrra ha left my le.l mkI hoard without any jusi cause, I ciution any ison against liuaiiui? hei auything on my account, as I will pay nolhi' g of h-r contracting. JONATHAN FA RNS WORTH. Shamokin, June 1, 1847. 3t IXulf of Juliu l'lilliM, U' d. NOI'lCE ia hrrchy given, that litters ol ad ministration have Im-i ii grantad lo tlx suh fcrilx-Ts, on thct-sitte ol John Phillips, late of ilo Uiiough of Northumlierlaiol, iSotlh'd cHiniy, .l.v'.l All in mars iixt. tile.1 lo said -late. ur bavins claims against ihe same, are r.qn. ste.1 ' rail and ,euke. CHRISTIAN PHILLIPS, PHILIP VOCN, Nnrth'd, May C2d, 1H47. Ct A.lmi. Vivsi ri'4-uiitmi Wi-ilin-; Ink. IN'o. S7 itirtli Third Sticcl, rillLADCLl'MIA. I7"ROM Dr. Hre, the eelehrated Pr..h eor id ' Chemistry ill the Univeiaity 01 Penu'a. fllllail Ipliu, tret, tt, ten. "Dear Sir Having tried our Ink, I will lhai.k you to send mo another bottle, aa I And it lo he excellent. I am yours, truly. Roar. Ha at." From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguished fr hi iiuiiier.ioa acieniilic researches. -.Medical College of Olim, CinrinnaU, Januiry 17, twit. Having used Mr. Hov.Va Writing Ink, I am salistie.l that it ia the Uti wbiih has ever r.nme lo my knowlcdiie. and esiceiaily it iaere-7i tor the use i.f AVer Vtnn, and u ilt Hot eorrvdc them, even in lung ue. Joaa l.m ti. I'ror. of t hennsiry. HOVER'S ADAMANTINE CEMENT. Fiom a well known scientific gentleman. Philadelphia, FeK 57. I84. Mr. Joi.-nh E. Hover Sii : A nee of your C. - nuni, and ru piailieal lttl of it supciloiity, baa induced me to leeo iin end it lo others a an invi.luahle article lor mendniR China, tilats, ur (J.hintl Wurc. CixeaiLL Moarir, AuaUtic l.heiiiii.i " For sal at ihe M anufaclorv. Wholeatht and Re tail, No. 67 Nobtb Tbibd braatr, oppoaite tnerry street, rnttaucipnia, nv JOSEPH K. HOVER, Msv S2. 184T (30 ly Manufaciurer . ZsclYDSlT & COALS, fioitr, Product, and Gcncrut Commit' sum Jfercliants, No. UOSmitb'b Waaar, BALTIMORE, OFFER their ecrvirea to tha Merchanta and Fanners of tb Suqurhsnna Valley, for the aale of Flour, Grain and Produce generally, in the Baltimore market, and from their rxiciiie ac quaintance aiming purchaser and ahippera, can safely wsTianl satisfactory aalea. Correspondents will be constantly kept advised of the state of the mtike.a, eVe. ltt.fer to Meaaia. Win. Wilson Av S..na, l-aac Reynold At Hon, I , DavuUiu & Saundei. u"no' Key mil Ja cV Suiith, J ami Mcer. Tiui:ley, Caldwell A; Enftliab, Phils May tilh, lSn.-Vm. -1 . " Indian Vcgclable Panacea. HEREDITARY TETTEn. C""iaTa, It ) now ait month aince ny H youngeat child, a daughter, had a eulaneou affection, which made it appearsnoe over Ila en lire body. It wa a case of Hereditary Teller, and ao virulent waa tha disease, that we wished, in ease it could not be speedily relieved, that II mieht be on laid in ila grave. A I tl.ia tgo of the dis ease my sisier-in-t.iw called upon you in advise . tj the bot-t preparation of Harsapnrilla that could be procured, aa an nlterra'ivet whn you recom nieiiilid !he use of Dr. Culteu's Indian Vegetable Panacea, and I am pleased to say that the good effects of the medicine were percplihle when il had taken hill a tew doars ) nnd by the time we bad uaed one single bottle, Ihe disease hid entirely ilisappeaied, and from ih it tune there ha been no le-nppemance. I really f. el Ihnukful to you fur having recommended the I'uincea ii Oil esse, fr I feel confident that hid not the di-iaa been ar retted, my child would, eie this, h.ivo tu-vn Ihe tenant of the cold and silent tnni'.. Re.jM-cilully vonis, RowAsn A Wai.Toa, JOHN P. 1SF.ES. Phil. Dec. 9, 1845. 85 N. Suvenlh St. WHITE SWELLINO. Mr. J.T Rowavk, Phil. I), e 10.1845 Dear Sir, Al your rrq.iest I cheerfullv give you an i-eonnl ef the wonderful cine effected upon me I'V Dr. Cullrn'a Indian Vet;etahln Panacea. At ibeagenf 14 yea' I bad uon my right knee a White Swelling, which auff.-ned the joint, and caused some seventy ur more pirrea of thn bone pieces of tlie hone to cmna away in Ihe antes, and which ws.a temporarilv relieved bv the usual rente- di.'t, but not entirely cured At tin.es sores would ngsin hrenk nut, and hecouie so ibstrea-ing and p tin ful that I could get no iet night nor tiny. In thi wav it continued until la-t sitting, when, having wiitiess. il the extraordinary t ff. e s of your Pantcea is an aierntlire. upon a daughter of mine who was using it for a chrtuic ilisese, concluded to niitke a trial of it in my own esse; the, result has heeii an entire cure. I am now C7 yeara of ago. and hiv" suffered 53 lesia with the socea. I cheerful lv add inv lenin .rial to the many n hern I havei braid, of tbo curea piff otoed hy voor cel. brated Pauueva. THOM s WALTON. 400 N. 3J st., Abb rman 7 h Ward, N. L. 8CORFULA To whom il mtv e.incerii Tbia may certifv ih it o.v child, almost from both, was aflliried with Sc. ii fiila, which c.er. d mo.t of its Uly with ami s : and that for 18 months, though constantly uniler ntedtral irei.lniei I, no'hing nd'ded relief lilt I was imliwJ to make trial i.f Dr. t'ullen'a In lull Vcg' Utile Psnnci s. The atirmling phvsi- run, mi w tnrstung its go al rtlecia, tecom rieriiie.l its coiilinilance aeein-.tittg l. direcii.tna, and hy u- sing a ainglr bottle ot the Psnacra, the clnld was apparently nurd. 1 1 is now about 4 months, since Ihe ine.lieiite was discontinued, and 1 have no d oitti but the cure i complete. Vottrs ttulv. KnwAMi &. Wltov. M. MelH.EAS, I'bilad. Aug. 5, 1815. J80 Market at. BARBERS' ITCH. Mr. J.T. Row a an Sic S.nu. lime last sutiug I an i unfortunate aa to 'l tlm "Jackson, or Battier.' Itch." by ahaving afof some one all'vctej hy that ItoultWimme ami otiatmale dise-ai1 You cannot have forgotten the swollen end irri- t ted cn.lition of inv f u e at the time yoti rtni- intuited "Dr. Ciil.ru a Indian rc-etaule Panacea I have it w tlie pleasure to inform you, for the I wit. fit of all who are similarly allliclcd, thiit the use of a single boltlo i.f ihe Panacea cured me en litetv. Yon may well judne i f my gratification al surli a lentil I, as I had so nfini known the disease to continue for yeara under the osu il mercurial re- medieti. (Signed T. L.SANDERS. Pbila.1., Aug. 5, 1815. Ilcdgo Cflioc 8COKFILA. Mewns. uowAan iv wtiTON. i nave nee n tor Iwo vent or itkire . vcrclv afflicted w.th Ucorfula and afer bavin tiie.l tbrev eininctit .hyaiiisna walhiit any reliet, I haj come lo lite conclusion that I iiiual die. I bad fourteen open Tilcera on my face and hotly at the t-aore time. Wlnle in tbia eon.lnion, a friend t.riH'urcd me a lRle of your Dr. Culleu'a Indian Yr.g'elyhki Panacea. Thia was alxni two mwntha aince. 1 have taken Mxdhotlle and am rompte'ely cured. My general wealth I bIm better thmi it has Iwtn f..r Virs. K W. M AX WElIry' Court. t'erltftealr i4" iitrra, ii pblet foini, may be gents. bal (ii.tn, at the isfW I'l is meila-iint ia red and wM by ihe pmiftors, Riiwatn A'ahon, No. 3.6 Market htierl, I hihitlelnla. - . f W W Daueidiower. No I Murray st. N Y J ;- j J W D snel.howttr. No I O F Halt, Ctn.O. f ii t T Jenkiii-, No 58 Canal at, N Orleans. tN N Roltinsttn, cor t.sv V Saratoga U, Bah. Agent : II. MASSE It, Suuhurv I f. Riser, Milton; J. S.-elmld, New Ber lin; Mr. Muaaer, Miliheiti; Shurpe D. Lewis, N ilkesharre. Sold also by DiaggUia throughout the United States. June 5. 1847. 2m. I6v riii.2 Goods. fllHK subscriber has juat reeitred hi New Spring f loesls, lo which he invites hia frienda and I'ushtutera to call and examine, for themselves, lllseiuck toiiM-ts in pait of the following: SiiK-iior t'hsjba, of ull cohaxs; t'aimer uf iliff.r- int pAtl.rin-; Satin an. I othei Vasllnga ; t.a lieos, Lawns, tiinghams, Cliecks, Tick ings, ami siiiinner wear of all kind and pi ice. ; sLo, l.' ghi.in and Palm lesf Hals, IlinhreHs and Par;ra ill, fr. ni 25 rents upwa dt ; ali.tirocintes, Queens Ware, Hardware, I'w.larwair, tt.l Pitiiiia. KUh K.lt Ae. Ar A.. and in t " t, rveiv ariule mually kept in a ivunlry ausre, whi. h will bo solJ very low. for rath in any kind-of Hade. JOHN EOUAR. Suol.ury. Mty 16th, 1617. uUy More New Goods ! THE rati eirWal i at Punty'a lloe. Market Square, where will be found a handsome aa soiimem of . SPRING AND SUMMER OOODS, of the latest and most approved si) Us, consul ,,j f Cloth, Caas'mris, Votings, Hummer Stuff., Mouk de lainey, Lavns, Oii.ghama, Ce'icoa, ' Musline. Jeans, &e., Ac, Ac; ale,, 4 ( aw.iinenl of tir.ureriea, all of which n'.Uoe aoJ lowvr bin ever offered in tl l marie t Call and exrp:.i'.a for youraelve. Suiihory. My 15 h, 1847. f A.'oU. Tha bigh'-st stianVut price paid fvr ry L. ... . t. r . . .1' Xtsatht, 1847. Jt U." CIIU.III. roi'in foTaaC by tlie do- aV"ajf1a. dossu Com if!? W V of 'nel, td i 5U wt ikiarn. by . Match 57, l'7. JOHN JJPCAP. AS Orphans' Court Sale. IN pttraviirtre ' n "ret t ,no Otphana' Court of Northumt eiraud county, will be aolJ at pub lie vendue, on Saturday the 17th day of Jwlv nex'. on Ih premiae. to wit , certain trad of land aituata in Shnmok n towuahip, in atid county, eon. timing 209 acrra and 113 perchea, strict meastir.t, ailj'Uritiig land of Ihe heirs of Msrttn Woaver, Johu linger, (Solomon Ft'gvly, and laiao Treihlu, when on ia erected a two story log house and sioi kitchen, a large f.siue bink t arn, atone aniokd li.Hiae and an excellent orchard of choice fiuu. Al-o, one other tract, situate in tha township u I c.'Uii'y aforeaaid, containing 35 acres and 58 per ches, ailioining the above tWscriheJ tract, Samuel Hale, G.i'ttge Ungor, and Isaac Treihley, whcio u aie erected a one and a half story frame hnuw, a Iramo atable, and a log shop, with n gooj well uf water el the house, and a thriving young orchui l of choice ftuit. Also, a erriain other Iraot of wood land situate in tha township aforeaaid, containing 81 acres and 61 perches, adjoining Cotuad Yei"', Joseph Chtinberlm, anil Aittfiisius Huey. Also, a certain oilier tract nf land in s-iJ to.tiiahip, con taining XI smti and 147 poichta, a rid meaMiro, uf which about nnu half ia ileaied, adjoining An gutui HU' y, Nathanipt Saxton, and ot!,r. At ho, certain other tract ai'u.ite tu said town-l ij , containing tt acta and 14 perches, strict inea-u-p, adjoining Kolonimi F'eg.ly, and others. Lula tho esiate of Cbneiiaii Fegely, decM. Sale to commence at 10 o clock, A. M. of m. I day, when the term of sale will be made known hy SOLOMON F BO ELY, By oidcr uf the court, Aiflt.n. F.iiwabii Ots run. tTk. O. C. Sunbii'y, April 21ih, t!7. tsl3t SOIVIETHING NEW!" ritllli Sulcriht;rs have the rxclnivd I ilil of X vending J. M. THATCH Lll iS Hot lllnst Hot Air rook Inn ill the rountie of N oitliunil.erlaii.t, Coluinlni m l Schuylkill; and from the rui'our.igemeul met wiia already, they expect lo t'o a larjo huaine8. Tins stove ia coriKtrucied on an t ninety new prir cit.l... and on the only principle that c m nmkn hoth a good WiKid and coal alove. The inventor hf ove. cotiui all the difficullie that so freipiently bo'ong t.i other stoet. He baa by his arrangement, eon atiucted a broiling fXT'Ovfll 111 1 roltt, wbero in broiling, roasting, fty'un ur baking may he dot in, and all the smelt thai arises therefrom into-t n.i into the combuHtil In ehanils-r, nnd i not ai all thrown out into the roorn .O) Besides thi, theio it an oven only two inches leas than the whole sizo of Ihu stove, wherein h .king or roasting may ho dune as well as it can be in the common brick men. This oven ia alwava fit lor ue when the a'ova is healed, aa the whole draught of hot air pa3ois u ruuud it constantly. Pul4c attention ia pnrticul.irly calle.l to ihia stove. It can be aeen at our Slore a'.il Tin ltah lishmei t in North Danville, al thd t'in of iho Do I u ml na Tin shop, and al the Foundry of Rohrl.tirh t Clement in Sunbury, wher iu particular quah-. tie will be fully shown and explained hi iny pcrson wishing lo examine it. The subscriber continue to have on hand ail kinds of purlot slovca, such na radiators, cylenders, fauey uud plain, suilatla for nil who may fiv.ir ui with a call; Uo common sheet and Rusaia Iron, which can be nude in any dtairable ahac; tog. titer with a geinnl asiortinent of tin and j ipjnim.l wsre, wholesale and retail. Colintiy nier. hant's are invited to call and examine our Block, aa our work cannot bo surpassed, and pi ices tnodoeraie. N . B. We can sately recommend lha above men tioned stovo lo persons who wish to embark in a good business. Tlie patentee will sell either coun ty or state rights. In suit purchasers, and on rea sonable tor tna. llu or his agent may he found i; Darwille, Pa. J. &. J, ARTER. The undersigned, having seen lo operation Ihe hot biN hoi T rooking stove, invented and pa tented hy " M. Thiiicber, certify that wo lelievt, fnai the manner of its con--true'i mi and njicra'ion, that it is ihe best one ev. r offered lo the public. Tin airaugeineiit is so complete and the construction s. judicious, that there ia a sating ol one hair the fin I and time, in do.ug any given amount of a.-mu. over other celebrated stoves. In fhort we reci.'ii nient ii in pteference to all oihers, for il.e .-.iiuplo reason that it embrace every brjiicl) of eoiiomy. Samuel (itrretl, John W Cuiott. Dvi, t:iul. field, V F Ktu h. n, John M t!iay, E Tlioinpi-on, Smith Thompson, .1 D Halm, John Ouke, II.'.. ki ah Bear, Lliaa F Cooih r, Una M l.'ith .it, Dunit I lliilViimn, Henry H Uisxcl, F II tativer, UjihuI Dr.i-bn. b, Ji.-s-ph Vaiikiik, T.trooks Eplev. Dnnville, March It, IH 17, y CHE AP BLIND S I S. 7HLLI.1C Z, Venetian Mind Jlanufuctnrcr, No 12 North liih st., ( t U.w il.iorH al.ove Maikct at.) PHILADELrniA, nAS now on band thv large.! and mont fnHhKin able ssorliueut of Narrow ?Sat and other Ve nelitu Blinds of any eMablii-huioiil in the l i.iu d States, which be will sell, Wholesale anJ llcta.l, at the lowest ptice. The t'itixeusi of Suubiiry and vicinity are reapet l. fully (olicitcd to call nn him bef.rru puri baaiii)re!e. where, u bo is conli.lotit giving tut ire satfje tion to all who may lint f.vot hmi with a call, OLD BLINDS Ropainicdi.ua Tiiiuiccd, SO 34 to lo..k oual lo new. Ordjr pnnctestly attended lo, e.nJ l!iO Blir. forwaidcd with dcepatch, U, J. WILLIAMS. March , 1847. Sm. P A JA rlHE subscriber oilers f..r sain a cheau Furitt, aitwale iu Shaun.kit) towriauio, Norihumber land county, about eiht miles Iru.n Suuhorv, ly. ing beiweeu ihe Centre rurnplkii a. id Iri-h Valley, containing 16? acres and nllcw jin-rs. Suidf.rm ia hi a go-si slate uf colli jt-..tn, with reaaoiiatily good huildiiiga ami rxce. ie.it water new thd door ; and all kiuda of iVuil r:e. :OIIN FARNSWORTI1. gaulary. TcL. -Q, I $47. Clctiiing Establishment .fgtPERATlNS in t'itwi a-m to bw th W V'der of the day, at lb Phil.uVlphia Wa.d Kobe, 105 Cloanut street, where every Arlu-le n Ihe Urta'is kept, and sold at a3toui4iing low prices, rm bracing l'ok, Bamjups. Over Saik Costs, Short H .tk Coals, Siimj Froitch Cloth Dtcsa Fiock, Coats, PsuUl.a'O of every giade and sly la. any of wblA w ill twaold uImh by Ui gaieaenl or dozeo, l pu ces thai will jaslify ihu meal economical in buying. We advise all who want good and cheap Cb thing, loesll at No. lUA Cheanut alivsl, Philadelphia. Feh 6th, 1817 Cm CDaR WAKE, tiutenswsre7Th'ow..e, Is'receitoa, Liijuoi, e,. for aals very low, hv Jan. 16, UI7, JOHN DOUAU.