Sunbury American. (Sunbury, Pa.) 1848-1879, February 03, 1849, Image 3
SUNBURY AMERICAN-AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. COMMUNICATION. For mi Ammicah. Iieebythreportoftli orrfceedinga of the 8ente of tfentuy.Tania, that certain of bar Sonalort endeavoring td effect the repeal of the act Incorporating a company to tnake a rail toad from the town of Erie, on Lake Erie, westward into the elate of Ohio, under thealledged reason, that it will benefit the trade of Philadelphia. 1 am disposed to give thos Senators credit for sincerity of in fmrum bat I can go no further. I think they hare entirely mistaken the interest of the state at large, and of the city ol Philadel phia, in particular. Let ut see how the mat ter stands. By the valleys of the Schuylkill and West Branch of the Susquehanna, the distance to the Town of Erie, on Lake Erie Is about 400 miles, more or less. A Rail Road 'I the Reading and Pottsville,) extending about 100 miles of the distance is already made, and in profitable operation. From Pottsville to Sunbory is about 49 miles, 20 of which are made, and in operation. From Sunbury, at the confluence of the North and West Branch . es of the Susquehanna, to Willinmsport, in Lycoming county, on the West Branch of the Susquehanna is 42 miles. Here the Sunbury fc Erie rail road would meet the Williamsport and Elmira rail road; running northwardly in. to the State of New York From thence it would continue on its own route up the West Branch and the Sinnemahoning to pass the Summit level of the Allegany and onward to the town of Erie, before mentioned. A short distance above Lock Haven, about 70 miles west of Snnbury, commences the tim ber lands which are pretty well timbered almost to Lake Erie. These Lands abound with streams for water-powers with Iron ore and with bituminous coal, for 140 miles of the route. The whole line can bo made without an inclined plane See Miller's Re port on Sunbury & Erie Rail Road. and also without damages for land, that fruitful source of expense elsewhere. When the whole road shall have been made, the Pennsylvania and Ohio Rail Rond, is but a continuance of the same into the State of Ohio, in order to lead the trade of that State into the City of Phila delphia. Hove tlien tan that road injure its trade The people living in the country through which thi road will run, have at all times cheerfully paid their taxes to the State) for the purpose of making improvements elsewhere, without reaping any benefit them selves while there is no part of the State, whose yet undeveloped resources will more richly repay the expense of such an improve ment. Whatever trade can be brought fiom the West on to the valley of the Schuylkill, Philadelphia is sure of, which is not the case with any trade which is brought lower down the Susquehanua than Sunbury, which must always be shared with Baltimore. Can it be possible that our legislature will sacri fice the interest of the whole Northwest part of Pennsylvania, by thus repealing any part of a well considered . system of internal im provement. Yours, &c. W. M'C. NEW COUNTERFEITS. Counterfeit Ten Dollar Notes on the Far ;j oners' and Mechanics Bank of Rahway, N. J. are in circulation in Philadelphia. They are said to be so well executed that the imposi tion can hardly be detected. The word "ten'' is across the left hand end, and the head of Washington on the right. The vignette is a female figure, sheaf of wheat, sickle, &c, with a figure of a ship under sail between the names of President and Cashier. It bears the names of "Rawdon, Wright L Hatch," engravers. A new and dangerous counterfeit, says the Albany Atlas, has recently been pet into cir culation. It is of the denomination of 3s, upon the Freeman's Bank, Boston, Mass. Look out for counterfeit Ss on the Hudson River Bank. Look out for Is of the Courtland County Band, altered to Ss. They are so ingeniously xeouted that they are well calculated to de ceive, especially at night. OKEAT BATTLE IN YUCATAN THE AMERI CANS VICTORIOUS. New Orleans, Jan. 25, 1849. , By an arrival at this port we have intelli gence of a great battle fought in Yucatan in which the American volunteers principally fitted out in this city were completely suc cessful. There were eight thousand Indians and five hundred Americans engaged in the battle. The Indians were driven back with great loss. Forty-three Americans were killed. The Indian town of Tula was captured and burnt. The Americans then marched to wards Basalaa, where, it was anticipated, a decisive battle would be fought. LATE FROM MEXICO. Attemftbd RsvoLTTioN.-Tbe party known is the Puros in the city of Toluca made an ttterapt at revolution on the 2d inst., by uni jng with the insurgents of Temascaltepee. The plan was to declare for the dictatorship f Santa Anna, and, in the mean time, to in ital one of his partisans in power. The Go rernment got wind of the conspiracy and pre rented its execution. Troops were ordered rom the capital to Toluca, and Generals Al arex and Pinzon directed to co-operate with ha authorities of the State in preserving or (er. FatsiDENT Polk's Message. All that part f PresioW Polk's message which relates to he acquisition ef California and New Mexi o, whh their mineral treasures, is translated l the Mexican papers) and remarked upon l bo enviable frame -of mind. A fciWs Estimation or Hoasc and Mam. -I once heard George the II. say that he ould much rather forgive any body that had turdered a man, than any body that had cut wa one of his oaks, because an' eak was so tuch longer growing to a useful size than a tan, and consequently, one loss would be toner supplied ibau the other : and one even g; after a horse ran away and killed him .If against an iron pike, poor Lady Suffolk ying it was very lucky the man who was m him received no hurt, he said, ' "Yes 1 p lucky f 1 have lost good borse, and 1 have it' a booby ef agreom 0f ill to keep." Lord criwy's Mtmoirs." : There is a convict in the Indiana State Prison, who is now serving on his sixth sen fenced to this same prison. r The thermometer at Quebec, L. C, on the 18th inst., stood 20 below xero. Ex-Gov. Young, of New York, has been presented with a tea service of silver, by his friends in New York city, which cost $1,500. There are now 92 pupils in the deaf and dumb asylum of Indiana. , CAifNCL Coal is found at Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Mississippi boatmen have united to build a church in St. Louis, for their special use. . ' ' The State debt of Illinois is 16,000,000. XHIX..AEBt.rHXA XSA&XBT. TtrtsniY, Jan. 80, 1849. Wheat Red is worth 112 a 113 cents; white is held at 115 a 118c. Rte Pennsylvania is worth 68c. -Cors New rma. yellow is held at 6tc, while 58c, weiLat. OAT8--Southern is held at about 30 a 33c Whisket. Sales in hhds at 23c and in bbls at 25 cents. PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Master. Wheat. .... 100 Kis. . .50 Con. . 60 Oats. - . 37 Better. - . -10 Egos. '- ... 12 Pork. - 5 Flaxseeo. .... 125 Tallow. -y.. 10 Beeswax. - - 25 Flax. ' 8 Heckled Flax. - 10 Dried Apples. - 75 Do. Peaches. - 200 Auditors' Aotice. THE undersigned appointed auditor by the Orphans' court of Northumberland county, in the matter of John Barrett and HughM'Elrath, administrators of the estate of James Barrett, dee'd., will attend to the duties of his appoint ment at his oflice in Sunbury on Saturday the 3d day of February next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. When and whore all persons interested can attend. CHARLES PLEASANTS, Auditor. Sunbury, Jan. 27, 1849 Estate or Samuel Smith, late of l'olnt township Northumber land county dee'd. IV OTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad- ' ministration on the above estate have been this day granted by the Register of Northumber land county, to the undersigned, living at Dan ville, Columbia county, all persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate pay ment, and those having claims to present the same properly authenticated. EDWARD H. BALDY. Sunbury Jan. 27th, 1849. 6t Notice. 'T'HE public are hereby notified that I have pur A chased at Constable's sale on the 11th of January inst., the following articles, sold as the property of Abraham Sarvis, which I have left with the said San-is until I shall see proper to re move them. 1 Wagon !j 1 Plough 1 do 1 Harrow 1 Cultivator 1 Cuttingbox 1 Cow 3 Calves 1 set of Harness 6 Pigs 1 Log Chain 1 Grubbing Hoe 1 Clock 15,00 1,75 2,00 3,50 2,50 15 7,50 5,00 2,37i 3,124 2,00 16 100 20 bushels Com more or less, at 43 cts. per bush. $8,60 12 bushel Oats 3,48 8 acres of Wheat in the ground at $2,50 per acre 20,00 20 acres of Rye and Wheat 34,12 1 set of Black smiths Tools 10,00 REUBEN FEGELY. Sunbury Jan. 20, 1849 St. ALMANACS! ALMANAC! ALMANACS! DOCTOR D. JAYNE would respectfully in form the public that he publishes annually for gra tuitous distribution, by himself and all his Agents, an Almanac, called Jaync's Medical Almanac, AND GUIDE TO HEALTH. The calculations for this Almanac are made with great care accuracy and for five different La titudes and Longitudes, so ss to make them equal ly useful as a Calendar in every part of the United States and British North America. They are printed on good paper, and with handsome new type, and are neatly bound, and besides being the neatest snd most accurate Calendar printed in the United States, they contain s large a mount of val uation information, suited to the wants of all, and of that kind too, which cannot he found in books. HIS CATALOGUE OF DISEASE, with re marks and directions for their removal is really invaluable, and make them welcome visiters in every house they enter- Every family should possess at least one of these Annuals. His Alma nacs for 1849 is now ready for distribution, of which he designs to publish at least TWO MILLIONS, and in order that they every family in the United states and 11 n tun America, may be furnished with a copy, he hereby invites MERCHANTS AND STOREKEEPERS to forward their orders to him as early as possible, aild tbey shall be supplied GRATUITOULY with as many copies as they may deem necessary to supply their various customers. They are also in vited at the same time, to send a copy of their "ULSIISESS UAKU, which will be printed and placed on the cover or Uie Almanacs sent them, also without charge. 1 bey are also requested to give all necessary directions how the Almanacs should be forwarded to them. By law they cannot be sent by mail un. less the postage is first paid on them here. Orders, (post paid,)'directed to DK. D. JAYNE, I'hiladelplua, will meet with pompt attention. I3T FAMILIES car. obtain these Almanacs Gratis of WM. H. THOMPSON, Sunbury. Agent for the sale of Dr. Jayne's Celebrated f amily Medicine. Sunbury, January 13, 1848 3t DADD'S celebrated Horse and Cattle Modi cine for sale by HENRY MASSER. Sunbury Jan. 27th, 1849 tf. WAY RUM. An excellent article for sale M by HENRY MASSER. Sunbury Jan. 27th, 1849 tf. WHEAT WANTED One dollar per bushel, cosh, will be paid for good wheat bv in t r n f n I'll L'vm ' inn 1 1 bwinw, 1 1 Hunbury Jan. 27th, 1849 tt W AR IRON of all kinds for sale low, at ths MW swre or C. 8. BOGAR. Hunbury Jan.tOtU, 1849t JJ LAUTER, a lot fur sale by CS-BOOAR. Sunbury Jam. tOth, I MIL -if. W YRUP MXASSESupariot rafiued Syrup ' -' I- 1- - UEVDV ' ' ocnV. " ' J n s (lASSdft. Hunbury, Dee. 8, 1848. t'tAPS Aa sasortment just received. Also. J .Ilk IT k TO -. o-noi i- i n w vJ sole oy fl. MANSER, euatuty, iv. ,ir. A1TD CATTLE MEDICINES. Why will you suffer your Horse to die, when he may be of timet cured for a trifle t A new era in Veterinary Science is about com moncing this is needed, for it is s most lamenta ble fact, that the science of Veterinary Surgery scarcely has existence in this country, while in Europe there is a greater Improvement in the knowledge and practice of the art, than has ever taken place inhuman medicine. The undersigned has spent much time in the study of this branch of science in "London and Edinboro'," and has witnessed the practice of sev eral eminent men in the treatment of diseases of Horses and Cattle. He also availed himself of the of the researches of Licbig, and other celebrated men, who have contributed so much towards a ju dicious and enlightened treatment ef the Hone. The object is, to treat the disease of Cattle on the same fundamental principles that guide the practi tioner in human medicine, and to make use of those therapeutical sgents only, that when given in small quantities, are capable of exciting and increasing the natural functions, with out diminishing or destroying their power. The undersigned will devote himself to the manufac ture of the following articles, yet every Medicine used in regular practice msy be obtained at short notice. 1 amplilcts, describing the dillcrent di scascs, msy be-had gratis. G. H. DADD, M. D. A Llat of Horse and Cnttle Medicines. Physic Balls Tonic Pow ders, Alterative Bnll, Fever Fowders, Powders, for hesves, Diuretic, or Urine Pow ders, Cordial, or Colic drink, Chlorine Solution, for foul ulcers. Liquid Blister, Ointment, for promiting toe growth ofhair, Wash, for inflamed eyes, Healing Balsam, for saddle galls, wounds and bruises, Ointment, for mange, scratches and old sores, Embrocation, for sore throat, catarrh, stran gles, and common cold, Hoof Ointment, for sank crack, brittle dr. contracted hoof, Horse Liniment, Distemper Powder, Worm Powders. Sold by GREEN & FLETCIIER,No.26South SIXTH Street, Philadelphia, and by bis - ' Agist Henry Master, Sunbury, SELLING OFF I ! ! nnrgnina fo be had! 'T'HE subscriber having purchased the stork of GOODS, formerly owned by John oognr, in tends selling them olTatCity prices and under, for cash or country produce. Persons in want of Goods will do well to give him a call, as he is de termined to sell. C. S. BOGAR. Sunbury, Jan'y 13, 1849Mf EXECUTOR'S SALTS. WILL be sold on the premises, on Saturday the tenth day of February next, all that Farm containing 150 acres, more or lcs, situated in Lower Augusta township, Northumberland Coun ty, about five miles from Sunbury, near the Centre Turnpike road. About one half of which is clear ed and on wlnrh is erected a good Biurtu HOUSE, a large LOG BARN, anextensive Tan HOUSE, and out building, belonging to the estate of Catharine Ross, dee'd. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock of said day, at which time terms will be made known by JAMES TAUUAK T, 1 p,, JOSEPH R. PRIESTLY. J r,xcc ln" Northumberland, Jan. 6, 1849 U Assignees' Sale OF THE PAXINOS FURNACE. THE subscribers assignees' of Dcngler, Haas, & Co., will expose to sale by public vendue, on Thursday the 8th day of February, 1849, on the premises, ' THE CuWOJtl FURNACE, known as the Paxikos Fcbsaci, situate on Sba mokin Creek about 11 miles east of Sunbury and within one fourth of a mile of the Danville & Potts ville Rail Road, together with coal house, two dwelling houses, saw-mill and other improvements, and with all the necessary implements, necessary to work said r urnace. 1 here are also, cut and in rank, two thousand cords of Wood, which will be sold at the same time. The location is a fine one, and the country is well surrounded with good timber. The Furnace is built on a perpetual lease at a rent of $300 per annum for three years from April next, after which time, the rent may be raised to $400, per annum. The Furnace will be kept ill blast until the middle of Jan'y next. Any persons wishing to view the same can do so by calling on the premises. For further particulars apply to the subscribers. W. Sc. R. FEGELY. Sunbury, Nov. 25, 1848. ty The Philadelphia Bulletin and Harrisburg Keystone, will please publish the above, once a week, till sale, and send their bills to this office. COLUMBIAN SERIES OF SiittimctCcB. The Pupil's friend and Teacher's comfort. 'I HE COLUMBIAN CALCULATOR. This work is already introduced into some of the best Acadamies and a large number of 8chools, wiiere its use has given decided and universal sa tisfaction, both to teacher and pupil. It is purely American in its character, based upon our own beautiful decimal tyttem of eurretiey. It contains more, the arrangements are better, and it is the easiest and cheapest work of the kind now in use; and it is so considerej by hundreds of the most competent teachers and men of science in the Uni on, who have recommended it It is the book, particularly and exprcsoly prepared for our Ame riean Srholart : Bv Mmon Ticlnor. Ths Youth's Colum biavCalcclatos. This volume contains 91 psges, with about 900 exam' pies for solution on the slate. It embraces the Fundamental Rules, Compound Rules, Simple and Compound Reduction, Single Rule of Three, Proportion, &C. 7 ickrob's Arithmeticil Tablt.s. is destined for the use of younger classes in ths Schools of the United States. A beautiful little book and pleas ing to children, and the only one of the kind of any value. There are Keys to both Arithmetics bound sin gle or double, for the convenience of teachers, in which the solutions of the questions are given with much extra matter for the black board. These Keys are the most complete works of the kind ever published, and contain, in addition, about two hundred examples in Mensuration, Ac, for the use of the Teacher. All that is wanted is to have .i. i i i . . uid ouue dwu exsmtneu, ana no teacner wno is acquainted with the science of Arithmetic, will hesitate to pronounce them the best works that have ever been published in this or any other country. Although issued but a lew months, they have already been introduced info the Night Public Schools of New York City in all the Schools public and private, except two, in the City of Reading. Also, in about twenty Acadamies in the State of Pennsylvania in a larro oortion of the Schools in the City of Wilmingtoa, in the City of iiancuier, ana ill uio aorougns or llamsburg, York, Chambersburg, Lebanon, Doylestown, Potts ville, Orwigsburg, &c, &c For sale by Hisbt Masssb, Sunbury, Agent r,. .i 1 i i ... Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848. LfAlsINS, currants, citron, cheese, pepper sauce, otc. for sale by J. W. rKILINU Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848. pLA8TER, Salt and Fish, j ust received snd for W. FRILING. Dunburr, Dec S, 164S. 11 LANK BOOKS. An assortment of Blsnk - Books, Just received snd sale by . . H. MASSER. Sunbory, Dec. 8, 1848. AXES of a vary superior quality fat sals by. H. MA8ER. 8 anbury, psr. 1, Hit. DIAMOND P0V7DER FOR ' ' RAZOR STROPS. , T THIS Powder Is warranted far superior to any thing in use for imparting a keen, smoothedge to Bator; Surgical instruments, and all kinds of fine Ccti.sri it may be applied to any kind of strop. Also superior Rntor, Knives, snd Perfu mery, wholesale snd retail, by ALFRED BENNETT, Agent Depot of Fine Razors, Strops, Brashes, and Cheap Fancy Goods, No. 18 8outh Fifth street s bove Chestnut Philadelphia. TESTIMONIALS. " Pntnr.xi.HitA, Feb. 15th, 1848. This may certify that I hare used one ef the Strops prepared with HAYNE8' MAGIC DIA MOND POWDER, and can attest in the roost unequivocal manner, that there is nothing can be found that will produce the same effect in my opin ion, and must say to others, try it, and you will find it superior to any hejclotbre in use. I can truly say that I never knew whut a sharp razor was before. JOHN SCOTT, Iron Safe Maker,. 41 3. Third st. FeiiArELfinA, October, 1848. - A very hard beard and tender face has compel led me to seek and lest many contrivances design ed to make shaving easy and pleasant, but with indifferent success, until I made use of the Magic DIAMOND POWDER, sold by Alfred Bennett, and Roussel's Shaving Cream. Their united pow er act like majjic, and impart a power to the Razor to remove the most stubborn beard, mthottt irri tating the skin or temper of their owner. J. COX, 49 South Fifth Street For sale at this oflice Price 85 cts. per Box. November 25, 1848 Cm. "iTE V" CHEAP GOODS.' The largest assortment In Town, John W. Friling, W ESPECT FULLY informs hisfriendsand customers, that he has received the largest and best assortment of goods ever of fered in Sunbury. Consisting of DRY GOODS, Groceries, Ihrdware, Queens ware, Liquors, Drugs, Paints and a great variety of other articles. The public are respectfully renuested to call ami examine his slock before purchasing elsewliere. Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848. . ANDREWS,? DEATH TO PAIN Rkmep to Tin Sick!- Hclth It the Weak ! ! A BLM il found fnff the Whole Hummn VmC iu An 4 Hrenrtt PAIS KILLER. Thin w an entirely vegeta ble r tmpomtd, c inpniit'tl of Twenty-Five different ingre dients, nnd ia an internal and Kxtenml Remndy lor the va rious itis that human flcah ia heir U aunt t, Cnitfflis, Colrta, Faiiift. Nerrnu nnd Sick TTfdnclie. Rheuiiiatimn, Cut, ft .mil is, Ppiiml AflWtiniift, Summer ComplniutH, Cholera Morbus, Toothache, Kruptions, Corns Piles, Frozen Farts, Burns, Senilis, Apue iu the Face and Hrcast, Painters1 C 4lie, Bruises, old S ires, I turn of appe tite, Genera! Debility, Asthma, kc. Put up in bottles for 1, 9 or 4 shillings per bottle. For further particulars sms Pamphlets tohe had of every agent gratis, containing a hriel history of the origin, discovery mid gixxl effects of Andrews Pain Killer, Certificates of Cures, directions. Ac LOOK OUT VOn FRAUD. The triumphant success of Andrews Pain Killer in re moving the rouses that produce dwith. the nntiuiely death of minimis of our race, mis induced s m men of whem it may be truly and, their villainous orcnpations manliest their villainy, to attempt to put in circulation spurious and counterfeit articles colled "Pain Kilter," usiiijr, fictitious names for the pretended author, forged reriincalea, &?. gome have appeared, and others no doubt wiil appear. Let all remember that Andrews Genuine Pain Killer has the written signature of I. Andrews on the label of each bottle in black ink. Dmi't simply ask for Pain Killer, but ask for Andrews' Pain Killer, and have no other. 9 -Id by M . A. McCay, Hole Agent, Nonhumberrsnd ; J. W, Fnliug, Sunburv ; John H. Baser, Milton : John R. Myyer, BI'KHnflhurg ; wm. a. Jtlnrray Uo, Danville f Davenpnri A Smith, Plym mlh ; Andrew Yohr, Wilkes Imrre : Hays & McCormick, McKweusville ; 8c baffle fc Chnmfterlatn, Iwisburfr ; George McAlpin, Jersey Shore; J. M. Judd, Willinmsnoil. tjfdera atMreasen to i. Andrews, inventor ana only pro prietor at Itheca Tompkins eouuty, N. Y. Will receive prompt attention EKpcemoer ju, itno. ly NEW GOODS, CHEAPER THAN EVER. Henry Mas see, XT AS just received at his store, in Sunbury, an assortment of the cheapest Goods, that ever came to the place, consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ire. French black Cloths, Cassinetls, (to. Cali coes, of excellent quality and colors, price 6 to 10 cts. Good Muslins, a yard wide, at 61 cents. These are not the low priced trash articles usually sold. Muslin de Laines, of fine qual ity and patterns 181. Handsome Terkeri and other Shawls and various other articles. The public are requested to call and judge for themselves. Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848. OARFORD'S UNRIVALLED STYLE OF "HATS FOR GENTLEMEN. CHARLES OAKFORD, . No. 104 CHESTNUT STREET Philadelphia. Wrulti respectfully invite Mention lo his superior style of his for sutumn, 1846, which will he foun J the must fi ferl ercr brfre ofll-rrj In the cmmiimiy. lis prruilsr l.irmt render, it thp more disirsM ss il combines sll the exsulisls of Jure liiliiy sndneslnms, requisite in thst srticle of ilreas wliills his ineressrd facilities in in mmufscturing wl h sll lbs mooVru improvements. rnsblts hi in To Can. uses tbs Wobld to pruduc a better Hit. Cuiidsss's Fiwcr Hits sas Cirs or tss Latest Moos. Theae goods hs Uren selected with greet er, and will hs found moat beautiful anil chus's in their styles. Limit r Itimse Hits aid Csrs or Ertibs iv aiw Psttkuss. Grsat rare bs I. n bestow ed in constiurtu g these sitieles. ih.it tbey msy Gi peifrctly esy snd form s graceful appear ncs. CHARLES OAKFORD, 104 Chestnut st. s few dour tos Ti.iid. . Philadelphia. September 30, 1848.CD June 21, 18t8 ly AGENTS mo CANVASS FOR 80MB NEW AND JL POPULAR WORK, in esry COUNTY throughout ths United Bistre. To Agents, ths most liberal rnrnuisgement is offered with s small capital of 15 to f 1 00 A chance is offered, whereby an sgenl esn snsks from 910 to 35 per week, For further pellicula's, sddieaa (rxwlpaid) WM. A. LCAKl, No. 168 North 8ECOND Street. Philadelphia, Sept. 9, 184s. 6m. t J. GREEXTOTJGE. l (Late Heller Js Ureenougli.) PAJENT ATTORNEY. AXT17 MECHANIC AX SNOIIfSEB, vVashlugton, D.C. DRAWINGS aud papers for the Patent Ottice, prepared aud all the necessary bu siness, in relation io securing patents, trans acted, aud promptly attended to, at their of fice opposite the Patent OlHce. October 38, 1848. rEA8, from the New York Canton and Pekin JL 1 ca Company. For sale by i. W. FRILING. Sunbury, Dec t, 1848. lraATENT Trusses of all kinds. Harrison's U writing and uvkllibk ink, Cotton yarn and laps, lust receivsa snd lor sets by . J. 'fr. FRILITO. Cuntmry, Dee. t, 1848. DR. TOWNSESD'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF , SAiiSAPAIlILLAV"' THIS Extract Is pat p In quart bottles. It S sis limes cheaper, pteeaaiiter, and warranted superior to any 4d. 11 cores dinaiia without vomiting, purging, sick neaa, or debilitating tha psUeiit, Slid is parllcuarly adapted FALL AND BPIUNff MEDICINE. Ths great beamy and superiority of this Sarwnarllls orer uiner remeniea ia, wmisi it eradicates aisaaae, tl Inrigneatea tha body. . Conaamptlon eared. Cleanee and Strengthen. Oonsnmpttan eon be enred. Bronchitis, Consumption, Lirer Complaint, Colds, Coughs, Catarrh, Aethma, Bpiltinf of Blond, Boreneaa In the Cheat, Hectic Flush, Night Swenta, Diffi cult and Profnae Etpcctoratlon, and Pain in the Side, - tie., he., have and can be cured. Probably there never was a remedy that hw been en sue eeeaf nl in deaperate cnses of consumption as this It rleun aea and arretiKthena the system, and appeara to boil the ul cer on the luiita, snd patienta gradually regain their uaual health and strength. CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. There is euaiwly s day pemea but there are a number of caeca uf citiaumpiion reported as cured by the use ot' Dr Towneen'e gempaiilra. The fill-whig was recently re ceived : Dr. Towio Dear Sir! For the hst three yenra I have been alftleted with renernl debility, and nervoua con aumniirm 'f the bit "tae;, end did not expoct to ever gain my health at nil. After gning through a eourne of medicine under the rare of some of the in t diatinffuiflhed regular physicians and member of the H"-ird of Health in New York and elsewhere, eml spending the m r1 of my enminsa ill attempting to regain my hcnllh, and after reading in a ime paper uf y.m, Saraemrillfl I Irs 'Ivcd to try it. After using aix bottles I f mod it d ne me qrorit g'md, nnd called to aee ynn at your oflice ; with ymir advice 1 kept on, and do inoet heartily thniik yon for your advice. I pcreevere-in taking; the Snrafipnrilh, end hflve been ohle ti attend to my nsiml bilxira f it the Inpit four m ntha, end I hope by the blessings nf Q"d end your Pnrsapnrilla to enitimic my health. It helped mo beyond the expectntinns nf ell who knew my etiso. CHARMS Ql'IMBY Orange, Kssexei. N. J.. Aug. 8, 1H7. Staletef New Jersey, Ksscx county, vs. Chnrlra Quim by being duly stvarn aconling to luw, on his oath sailh, tint the fnrrg ting statement is true according to the best of hHknowlclge and belief. ril.HM;S Qt.'IMHY. Sworn and Subscribed to before me at Orange, the 2d August, 1H47. CYlltS BALDWIN. Justice of the Peace. SPITTING BLOOD, Read the Mowing, and say Hint consumption is in incu rable if you can : New York, April 93, 1M7. Dr. Tow3kd: I eerily believe that your rVirsnparillo haa been tbe menus, through Providence, of saving my life 1 have for aeveral years had a bud cough. It became worse and worse. At last I raised large quantities of blood, had night sweats and wns greatly debilitated end reduced, and did not expect to live. I have only used your Saranparilla but a abort time, ami Uirre hua a wonderful chnnge been wrought in me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city. I raiae uj blood, and my e.nigch hna left me. You can wi'll imagine that I am thankful ir these results. Your obedi ent servant. WM. rt( SSF.1,1,, Gi Catharine at. LOST HMH SPKKCH. The annexed certificate tells a aimple and truthful story of suffering and relief. Thcro are thousands of similar ca aea in thie city nnd Brooklyn, and yet there arc thmsnnds of parents let their children die for fear of being humbugged or to save a few shillings. Brooklyn, Sept. 13, 1 17. Dr. TewssKxo : 1 take pleasure in suiting, fin- the bene fit of thnee whom it may concern, that my daughter, two years and aix moutha old, was afflicted with general de bility ar.d anja of speech. She waa given up as past je eovery by our family physician but fortunately 1 waa re commented by a friend to try your Saranpnri'lla. Before havi s,aed one bottle she recovered her apcerh nnd was enabled to walk oli.ie1 to the aeloniahmrut of all who were ocunainted with tbe circumstances. She ia now Quite well. anu lz much better health than she haa been for lb months uoat. JGTkI,H TAYLOR. IS York at., Bnioklyu. Verv few families imteui in fact w have o H heard of one that used Dr. Townsend's eUrwrnrilla in time, lost any children the post Summer, while those that did nut, sickened and died. The cerciheate we publish beit.W la cmcmsive evidence hi us value, anu ia only another uistance of ita snvuig the lives of children : ut. lowNsKNO Uenr rir : I had two children cured by your Sarsanarilla of the summer cnnt)l:iitit nnd dvseutarv; one wnsimly 15 month old and tha other 3 years. They were very inucli reiluceil, and we exeeted they woultt die they were given up by twi respectable phy icinna. When the doctor informed us I hat we must loselliein, we resol ved to try your Sjreunarilla we hud heard an much of, but had little confidence, there lieing s i much stud' advertised that is worthless: but we are tliunkfitl that we did, for it undoubtedly saved the lives of b ith. I write this that oth ers muy be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully. JUM.X WI1JSU.N, Jr. Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. IS, ls7. TO THE LADIKS. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr.Towssfxd'sSarsaparilla is n sovereign and speedy cure f.ir iiK'ipieut consumption, and fur the general prostra tion ol the system no nrati'.T whether tne result ol inhe rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, illness or uc cideut: Nothing enn be mire aurrirising than ita nrignratine ef- fecta on the human frame. Persons all weakness ami las situde, from taking it at once become robust and full of energy under its influence. Il immediately counteracts the uerveleaaueas uf Uie female frame, which ia the great cause barrenneM. It will not lie expected of ns, in cases of so delicate a na ture, to exhibit ceriiticatce of cures performed, but we con assure the afflicted tliut hundreds of cases have been repor ted vi ua. Da. Towxsexv : Mr wife being greatly distressed bv weakness and general debility, and Buffering conliiuuilly by pain and with other difficulties, nud having known eases wnere your meoicine nns enecteu great cures ; ana auv) hearing it recommended for such cnses as I have deacribed. I outlined s bottle of your Extract of Sarannarilla and fol lowed the directions you gave me. ln a short ueri.id it removed her eomttUunta and restored her to heuhh. Being greatful f.a the benefits she received, 1 take pleasure in thus acknowledging tt, and recommending it to the public. m. u. .nuuKb, Albany, Aug. 17, '41. cor. Grand as Lydia sis. DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicina haa ever been discovered which so nearly reoerablea the gastric juice or saliva in decomposing fond and strengthening the organs nf digestion as tins pre paration of Snrmparilla. It positively cures every caae of dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. units uopartmeni, Aiuonr, may iu, ima. Dr. Townaend Sir : 1 have been afflicted for aeveral years with dyspepsia in its worst form, attended with a iur oeaa of atomach, loaa of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aversion to sll kinds of food, aud fur weeks, (what I eould eat) I osvs been unable to retain bat a small portion en my atomach. I tried lb a sual remedies, but they had bat little or no effect in removing the complaint. I waa in duced, about two mouths since, to try your Extract of Sor aaparilla, and I must aay with little confidence ; but after uaing nemny iwu wines, louna ray appeuiv restored ana tha heartburn entirely removed ; and I would earnestly re commend the use of it to those who have been afflicted as I have been. Yours, c W. W. VAN KANDT. Agent for Suulairv JOITN W. FRIMNU : Nor- fhnmherlaiid, MARY A. McCAY : Danville, WM. A. MURRAY Co., A pill l, IMS. ly 24G and, 413 MARKET STREET. ruiLanrirnu. THE CHEAPEST and LARGEST ASSORTMENTS OP Gold and Silver Watches IN PIIILADEDAHIA. Gold Levers, full jewelled, 18 carol caaa D0 and over Silver Levers, full jewelled $16 snd over J.epines HI and orer " Qusitirs, $ 6 la CtU Gold Pencils, I 61 Silver Tea Spoons, rqu i lo coin, 4 60 Gold Pei.s, silver holder and pencil. 1 00 With s tplr-udid sssormrnt of all kind' of Watches, both rold and silver s Hi. h Jeweliv. Stc. Slc, (Jul I Chsm of the bet mennf ictuics, snd in fart cveiy thing in ttie Watch and Jewelry line at much less p ieee than rsn ba b tight io this city or else here. Plessa sive rhia sdtTrnsme it, and rail at ei ther LEWIS L DO MUa. - No 413 MARKET s rre, aleve E'eventh, norib side, nr at J AC'O'J LADOMU3, 84 MAHEET st. fir.t store below Eigh', south side. fTj" We have Gold snd Silver Levi rs still chea per ibun the above pr es. a IiIm iuI dincuaot made la the trade. Hepiembet H, 1B18 6m FURS. RICH FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR CHARLES OAKFORD, Furrier. X: 104. Chestnut Street, A few doors abovi Third, Philadelphia, sroukl insit ths ladies l.i call and eismins kis snpeiinr stork of Mufls, Doss, Tippets. cVe. of sery eaiiet, ronsi.iinf of It rh Russia S.ble, Hudson's bay Martin, Norsrsy M "tin, Mink 8s his, Bsum Msnin, Kinne Msnin, Ermine, Filch I.yns. Ac, 4.C. These skins hses ben scl teil with rial caie, -nil are m ids tr the liest workmen in IbseiHintiy. I.iilie m y r-at aseareil that no article will I s offered for sale in this e-tsblishm-nl that is rot prrlrcl in eei tevnerl. CH BI.KS OAKFORD, ' ' Kb 191, Ckemut street, belwetn Third n4 fturth streets Philadelphia Septemhar 80, IMS orrr - Cotton Yarn, Cotton Carpet Chain, Cotton Laps and' Wadjin(, Cotton Outlines, Heady mad Pantaloons, Pnody snails Vests, Congress knives, Porcelairi lined preserving kettle, just received for sals Wy H.MAS8EK. Bunbury, Dec t, 1848. . dpi CM SItdfiS for GoQtlowsr. sjwj Ladiaajus. 4JT mervsi us. st se ! tl. I.BBXK. BuBBury, I. t, 1848. s i Tf EiTEiui hew York. COLLEGE OF HEALTH, S07 Main street, Buffalo, jV. Y. DR. 0. C. VAUGHN'S frgetible Llthtatrlptic MtxttUT. TILS) celebrated remedy is eomlontly incrssaing It fame by tlie many curee it is making ALL OVER THE WORLD. It has sow become the only medicine for family use, snd is particularly recommended for DROPSY: all stages of this complaint immediately relieved, no matter oi now long snuiuing. see rnampniet lor testimony. and all ditessea of the srinarv omrat : for these distress ing complaints it sunns alone I no other article can relieve von ; ana tne cures testified to willemvlneethe most skep tical scs pamphlet. I.iver Complsint, Billi iua diseases, FEVER & AGUE. To the Oreat West especially, nnd wherever these com plaints prevail this medicine is offered. NO MINERAL AGENT, no deleterinus e mnvrond is s nart of this miitnre. it cures these diseases with certainty and celerity, and doea m, me njKcin torpia. re irampniei. PILES. a complaint of a most painful character, is IMMEDIATELY RELIEVED, and a cure follows by a few days use of this article ; it 11 far Iwfore any other preparation for tins disease, or for any other disense originating from impure blood. See pam phlet. DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM, weak back, weakness of the Kidneys, Ac, or inflamma lion ol same, is immediately relieved by a few daya uae this medicine, and a cure is slvraya s result of its use. It stanas ns A CERTAIN REMEDY; for such complaints, snd slao fof derangements of the fc. male frame. IRREGULARITIES, SUPPRESSIONS, painful menstruations. No article has ever been offered except this which would touch this kind of derangements. It may be relied upon aa a sure snd elTectire remedy, and u.u n bvi n?i,,.,ii,, , u., Di , ,-',UIU KIVC A THOUSAND NAMES, ns proof of cures in this disrrcssins class of eomolai.ii. fee pamphlet. All broken down, debilitated cmstitutions fnen the effect of mercury, will find the bracing power of j T i. pots asms mineral ERUPTIVE DISEASES will find the alterative properties of ths article PURIFY THE BLOOD. and driven such diseases from the sVKtem. See namt,tet for testimony of cures in all diseases, which the limits of an advertisement will not neimit to be rnmnl here A reus give tliein away j they contain 32 pages of certificates of uign cuaracicr, bihi n srronger ARRAY OF PROOF of the virtues of a medicine, never appeared, tt is one of Ilie peculiar icaiures ui Ml article Hull It never tails to benefit ill any ease, and if bone and muscle are lell to build upon lei the emaciated and linccrine invalid HOPE ON ami kevp takiitjr the medicine dm Img as tlicra ia an im CAUTION THE PUBLIC ntminst a number of articles which come out under the head of SARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS, &C, as cures f 'r Dropsy, Gravel, Ac.! They are good for n ' thine, mid concocted to flriill Ihe uiiwarv l AVI.V.J1 i UL..U Their invent -rs never thought of curing such diseases till this article had d aie it. A particular study of the pam phlet is earnestly s iltcited. Ageis aim an wno sen tne nrtieie are GLAD TO CIRCULATE enitnit'tiulv. Pur un in 30 nz. IxUtU', ut f2 ; 12 oz. do a 1 eat'h the larger httkliug 6 az. in re limn twi ainall lt-H-tlt. Itk cut and get imposed up'n. Kvery lllle hoa "Vnittrrlnra VeiretiiUo Lith Mitriptir Mixtnrf,"'blt)wn upon (lie iiIiiim, (lie whiten flip nature i !(.. ('. Vnuhn'' on The dirTUny and "G. C. Yuuglm, UmT:d atninpi-d on the e trk. None tlmr ore Bi-nuiitp. I'reianml ly Dr. O. C. Vanchn, ami aild at the Prineiptd Oflice, 207 Ainin atreet. BuirIi, ut whnlfsnle nml retnil. No ntlenti n iriven to lel- tera unlesa p'-at puid ordt-ra from reffulnrly conalitutcd Aftenia rxrrptt'ii ; post nam leiterfl, or v-ni conmiimica ti'infl h rticitins: odviee, promptlv nlteiHtrii tu gratis. OrTieca devttf(l exrluBively t-.i the Kile of this art id'! N'nsmu W. New Yorkritv: l!o5 ErGnA W.nlem Masa.: and Itv the prinriiml Druggists In. )UgliouUlie L mtcd Suites mnu i.annna, as Agnus. Li tit of Agents. Storra h co.. AVhflra1e Agnt Philadel phia J. W. Kritinp, Punbury Isxiitc Uturlmrt, 8elintcrove C. A. Wyctb, Iewiabtirg H. I. Slienfrr, Milton Hayea V McCohnick, McEwemvill--Mias McCoy, Nurll.Umber laml. AprU 1, 134f y 523 1S?IS'i3?3ra5b,tX2!;G?8 Patent A tr-Tislit SUMMER AND WINTER C00KIN0 STOVES. TUG abire Store, which is equally well adapted lo Wood or Cteil, haa received silver medala at the faira of the American Institute, New York ; of the Mechauica' Inati tut., Boston; of tlie Krnuklin Institute, Philadelphia; and of tlie Mechauica' Institute, Wilmington, Delaware. ll la carmine, ll properly uaeu, in doing more work, witn less fuel, tlian any other ttove yet onered to the public i in winter it will warm the lamest kitchen, while hi summer. with the summer dreaa attached, it throws out no more heat than a charcoal furnace ; and for boiling-, broiling, ba king, or roasting, it cannot be surpassed by any other Stove, opeu fire, or brick oven. CiBTrriCATZ or Tire Jcdois or ths Mscnastcs' IntTi Tt rs, Boston. We, the Bubscribera. beiint chosen Judeea hv the Massa chusetts Charitable Mechanics' Association In Boston, on stoves, furnaces, ranges, Ac. would inform the public, that after testing all ths cooking stoves that wars put into ths Fair for exhibition, snd letting each man manage his own stove with the same kind of coal, ln order to aacertaiu which would do the same work with the least fuel in the same time, snd do it best, we End that Stewsrt's Patent Summer and Winter Air-Tight Cooking Stove, mnuafnetur- eu oy ine patentee, oi i roy, . r ., io oe lite neat, es II took but 13 minutes to boil two gallons of water snd bake biscuit io the same time, snd broil beef steuk, and all dune in the best manner with seven pounds of coal, in thirty minnlea from the time Ihe fire wae put into ihe stove. t wliich we awnrded the silver medal. JAMKS GOl LD, WALTER CORNELL, THOMAS MOULTON, A. 1). WLUBLU, and j a mls pace, Jidok. The mliscriliers respectfully invite the ettention of eiun try dealers, to one of the tamm aod beat selected stock of stoves, ever otTcred iu this city, smiug which are t he lot Inving : Bates. Screen Cy lenders. Oven Stoves. Washington Air-Tight I'ooki, - Vulcsn Ho rlo Kurekas do dn Larj. Oven do do Albany do do Willis do ' do . McGregor Mammoth do Premiums Cook S ovrs. National Air-Tight Cunks, Pallor Stoves. 100 Louis Air-Tight Parlor Slovea. ISO Chsrlrs the 1st AifTight do ' SOOLaJy Washington, Air-Tight Parlor. 130 Washington Air-Tight do 300 McGregor's three days Parlor Air-Tight Cost Stoves, burning three days without atten tion. . For fa's wholesale and retail by North, Harri son Sc Co. No. 390 Market street, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, July 18th, 1818 LINN. SMITH & CO. WHOLE 3 2131 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA. Duress ircDici.vrs, Paists, Oils, Glsss, rrs-BTi rrs, Yabsishss. Ac. &c. ALSO Pstenl Medicines, Medicine Chests, furgiral ai J Ohsli trical Instruments, Chemical To-hs, See. fl Orders from M. rchsnts i r Physicians, by letter or otherwise promptly sttenil J to. Augus'. 9, 1848. 6m GOLD PENS, PEN HOLDERS k PENCILS. G. & E. MisiVIITH, (LaU uf the arm of A. O. Uugley ft Co.) MascvseTcnias or Ooin Piss, l's ttuiDtas ssb Psscils, lo. 10 Maiden Lauf, ."tew-York. WE. the Bo! scrihers ff.r to ! trade, snd the public generally. . ur tliOiirenl style, of Ould Pens, which sre wsrrentrd sainst all im prfienoiis hjr fsir usage, and enw tube supeiioi in every respect to sny others made. Having io. creased facilities f r manufjctunng. ws are deter, mined thai oo pen shall be tleliseied fmoource. tsbli.hmsnt unless it ia peifrct Wo sUo keep eonitsntly an band our superior Ould Pencils, snd Pencils with Ten. which s are ahlsd to ffer at lbs low set istes. All ordeis sdilisseed to the Hub. sciibers, will ke carefully snd promptly slteaded O. E. M. SMITH, NV. Ill isUs Uu N, T. Ock r, IMS tvr TESTED BY THOUSANDS AKli . I'XASIMOVSLY AprncYEAt w o 55 d Lvsry day Is this celebrated medicine satenjing da sphere of Its uacfulners, snd every year adding ts ths Ijug catalngns cf Its trlnmpl s. . .-. fn- A MILLION OF BOXES ars distributed annnalry whV out fully meeting the demand ! For s-ima time poet, ths sales have been limited slrVy f ir want cf f icililics nf nip ply. Truly tliis Is s universal remxly I VnhernM, these pills hnvo f.mnd their way Into the remotest corners '-f the Union, everywhere proving their title ss ths poor nan's fiend sk-k man's hope the marvel snd blessing of tbs sge. For s trifling sum, every iraliridusl and erery family miy have HEALTH INSURED tu them for an indtf.ni'.e ie riod ; and wliat is life without hailtli but s miscrsbls axil ter.ee ! It ia too prenlimsn boon to he tampered with, by trying all sorts of experiments upon it. The sick should use those medicines only which experience lias sliown to be the best. a physicianTtestimon. From Catskifi, Green County, New York. ,, Dr. W. Wright Dear Sir : I have found your Indian Vegetable Pills s valuable remedy in croies of General De bility of the system, and in sll Billioua disorder! I am alfr in the habit of recommending them to females in peculiar eases. I observo them t- eperate in the system without producing debility or pain, leaving it in s healthy condition. June im, 16t. Jons Pvs.it, M. . THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. From Norton Hill, Green County N. Y.J Dr. Wright : We have used snd sold your Indian Vageur' ble Pills for three years past, sndd) not hesitate to recom-' mend them to our friends and customers as the best Famity Medicine in use. N. ft L. RimaBnl,.' From MaTble Hut. Pa.J , TuDr.W. Wright Dear Sir : For the last two years I hare hud the agency for the sale of your Indian Vegetable Pills at this place, and have sold annually large quantities at retail. ' They have in every instance given entire aatitfae-. Hon. Mnny families in this section keep them, and considsr them invaluable as a family medicine. There is no medF l'iur s-.)d here that can lie so universally recommended as Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. Very truly yours, February 1, 161". W. M. Lrxrss. TESTIMC"Y OF ANOTHER PHYSICIAN. The following letter is in reply to s note from our sge-it atkiug Dr. Bouton's opinion of this medicine: TrxmiAXiocs, August 29, 1P4S. Mr. A. Durham Denr Sir : In reply to your note of yes. terilny, I would r.nte, Hint I have occnsionully f.iond it con. vcuii'l lo use the vari mi "Patent Pills" vended in the allocs . suJ While I am unwilling to say anything todepreciate the value nf othern, I am free to cmfess that 1 consider Wright' Indian VreUible Pills superior to all others with which I am acquainted. I hnvc used them f ir many yeara both ia my own family and in my practice generally, and they have uniformly proved mild, certain and sufe iiftlicir operations The cure and skill with which these pills have been hitherto manufactured are, in my opinion, a sufficient guarantee for likeg hhI results iu future. Very respectfully, B. A. Boutox, M. D. Mr. B is a practitioner of long experience, well known in snd even beyond the lines of Wyoming county. Ha is a graduate of Pennsylvania, and highly popular with the people among whom he resides. Uevrarc of Sugar Coated Counter feit . nemember that the original and only genuine Indies Vegetable Pills have the wiitten signature of Wrs. Wright OS ths top label of each box .' . . . ron Vt right's) Iudian Tegetable IMIH.' John W. F riling, Sunbury. Henry Msrser, Sunbury: Hays ft McCormick, McEw.nsviUa. F. KsutTinsn, Augusts tp. Jolm II. Vincent, Chiliaquaqus. Kase ft Bergstrcsser, Elysburg. W. Rothermel, Little Mahonoy. Heinen ft Brother, Milton. Forsyth, Wilson ft Co., NortharobsrlraeV Jas. Read, Pottagrove. W. ft R. Fcgely, Shsnwkintown, J. C. Morgan, Snyderstnwn. W.Dcppin, Mahonoy P. O. Bonneville Holshue, Up. Mahonoy. J. O. Reno, Line Mountain P. O. Ben. Heflner, Lower Mahoning P. O. Amos T. BHasell, Tnrbuttanlle. O. J. ft T. Piper, Wstsonville. E. A. Kutzuer, Boonsrills. H. H. Knsble, Elysburg. OrTices devoted exclusively to ths sals of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, Wholesale snd Retail, 1G9 Race St., Phila didphia, -2? Greenwich street, 7T-York, and 196 Trcmout, Boated. Dee. 9;h, I?49. ly. ' rquitiible IJfe Insurance, tnntilty nnd TriiNt Company. . OFriCF. :t WAI.NI T STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Capital P-?0,""J0. :iiiiTEn Put rer cal. rpIIE Coininy are n-iw pre;sired ts transact bueiues 1 up -ii the in st libend and advautacc'us terms. Thev are snlli-Tiled by their eharler (sect. S) "to m tke all and, every iiwiirenee appertaining to life risiis uf whatever kind or imlure. nud 1 1 receive and execute trusts, mtke endow ' nients, and to grnut nnd purelutse annuities." Tha CorS paiiy sell Hiuiniiii-s and cjul.iwnicnts, and act as Trustees for minors and heirs. Table of Premiums irquurd for the Assuruice of 8100 for the w hole lexui of Life. 7 M Mf H PILLS I I' Age. I Prem. I Age. Trem. age. Prem. t 1 90 31 O0 40 l' 3WI 17 1 S3 W s is 47 .1 4 18 158 SI t3il 48 3 (hi 1 I 89 34 i 7 4!) 3 77 DO 1 SO 13) SO 3 ftt it 1 63 3S 40 At 4 l.r, 2 160 37 47 S!l 4 3Ji S3 16' SU M S3 4 SI lit 174 9V , 03 54 4 71 85 , 1 70 40 SI 70 81 4 01 ' iw 41 a Rt so si it I b 43 8 Oi 7 S M W li4 43 SOI M (91 no l ii iu' ss s 7a 30 4 04 45 3 23 OH Id The premiums sre less than sny other company, and Us policies anord greater advantages. Tables oi huli'.yearly and qu-irierly preroiume, half credit rate. a premuim, short terms, joint lives, survivorships and endowiueuia; slat, tunu of Applicati.iu (f.c which there are blank aheeis1) sre tu he bad on applieatViu at the omce, or by letter to the Agent, J. U. Pl'KOY, Bunbury. Rats, sob uiscaixo 9100 on a sliajle Lus Age. JO uu 40 SO 0 Fur 1 year. SI F. 7 yeara 1,'iu 1,64 ,07 For Life 1.00 M I. an 1,(4 3,48 8.04 t,70 '.U3 3i7 Example A person aged 30 years next birth day, by paying the Company at cauls wuasl secure to bis laraily or heirs ftlOO shoukt he die S one year ; or for 8fl,g0 be ae cures to them feUOUU; nr fur 913 annually lor seven years he secures In them KIO00 srenild he die hi seven years; of for 8,40 paid annually during hie be secures giouO to htt naid whn he dies. Toe insurer securusf hiaowabsiss, by the duference in am ainlor premiums fntnthoae charged by other wficea. For all a, 30 the heirs would receive SiOOU should he die in one year. Fornu ot'applioatiou and all particular, may be hod at the oiuee. J. W. CLAGIIORN, rriueat. TBiiki crx FSiKcis W. RaWLi. H, a. Tuckeu, Secretary. CoNncxTiso I'ht.uiin pr. J R. Msaker, Hunbury. J. II. PiKBT, rJuuUiry, Agent ftirKnrth'tnibcrlsnd soua- ty. HuntHjry, July 8, 1IS JACOB KECK, WHOLESALI AND BETAIL . wixk Atvu laqt'on DKiLcn.' Ae S93 J.oref Street, Behw Eitfith, North aaV. .... . , I'niiifilcisHii. Keeps fonstantljr on band' all kind ef old Lr qnor, n': Superior old rye si hiskey superior' Brandy, Oin, Itc. Also wbits brandy fo. preset ing, V d t berry and DUckkerry brandy. I biladeljihia, June 3, 1818. ly JUSTICEVIJtANvK5v FOR PALE" AT THIS OFFICE.