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without a precedent ,'t.rcept in the practice if tics
rutic gtnvrtuncnh." There men have betrayed
cither a want of honesty, or want of intelligence,
or they would not thus attempt 1o IMPOSE upon
the understanding of their fellow. We leave
thrm to chooM either horn of the ili'oinnia.
From the Baltimore American.
WAHHino'ro.t, July 10, 1841.
UJUTKO STATES SENATE.
The Senate resume J the consideration of the
The question being on its passage
Mr. CALHOUN gave his reasons for voting a
gfiinst this Bill. He began with the defence of the
principle of withholding the supplies, whenever full
explanation of the necessity and of the objects was
not furnished. He contended that in this instance
there had not been that sufficient explanation. II. id
ihe same apiiit animated tho present Secretary
which animated the last, there ouRhl not now to
have been a deficit of one cent. The grant of live
Millions of Treasury notes at the close of the last
songrcss ought to have been adequate to the demand
if the Treasury. There is a ditfcrence between a
imc of war and a lime of peace, and if it be moral
r nearly actual treason to withhold supplies in time
if war, it connnt be denied that there has always
nKIcJ a strong repugnance in time of peace to give
my "vote tending to embarrass) the fiscal conJition
if the government.
Mr. Calhoun calculated that five millions were
ullicient to cover the deficit of the year, and to
eave a sufficient sum in the Treasury as a rtserve.
great pait of the money now demanded would
not be leqtiirrd until the next year, and there eould
be 110 great reason for urging this loin until the or
linary session, when there would be no inure lime
Mr. WOODBURY said he objected to the form of
he bill, prcferiing as he did, the Treasury Note
v stent; but he would not have voted against this
nil had that been his only objection. But exclu
ive of the loss to thi people in tho way of com
merce, there would be an actual loss to (he public
a million and a half of dollars from the change
fuinde. The new mode would throw the loan
litircly into the hand of bankers and capitalists,
vhile the Treasury Notes scived the purposes of
einitlance in the oraiinnft of all commercial men.
Mr. CLAY looked at the course of gentlemen as
1 sort of eulogy on a departed friend, and he was
herefore not disposed to attempt the strain of meU
ncholy which pervaded the tone of their rcmuiks.
iVc lud been solicited on Saturday ti adjourn for
die purposo of hearing a single siccch. Already
n e have had three speeches, and how many more,
'ions verrnns. He then stated that the whole debt
A Treasury notes out (ten millions) was a debt crea
rd by the lute Administration. This was not to
io contested. How was this to be paid ! The
eveuue will fall short of the estimate made by Ihe
ate Administration, by five millions, and how is
his to be supplied ! Since the tale Administration
:reuted this debt of ten million, and since there
a ill be a deficit of five millions, how is this to be
aid ! We propose to p.iy it in the old fashioned
.vay, by giving our bond, payable with interest at a
ertain time. What other way was Ihcro to pay
We now find, continued Mr. Clay, not only an
lppositiou lo the payment of their own debt, but
he avowal of a principle, which had not fallen on
lis ear since old Fejer.il times, which ho wished
o proclaim to the country and ihnt was a princi
ple proclaimed by a leader of the parly, that they
ieem it pinper to stop the progress of government by
icfusing supplies. What is tho consequence of
stopping the supplies 1 The stopping the wheels
(it govcrmcnt, and the dissolution of the govern
ment. He wished to let the country know tho
ground taken by gentlemen who now stand in oppo
sition to Ihe bill, which he hoped would nuw pass
without any Unnecessary delay.
Mr. CALHOUN explained his language, for the
puipote of showing that he had not taken the
ground so broadly as had been represented.
Mr. .WOODBURY said lire great issue of
Treasury notes was caused by large appropriation
made against the wishes of ihe Admmslialioii.
Mr. CLAY By whom 1
Mr. WOODBURY. By Congress.
Mr. CLAY. H a h !
Mi. WOODBURY said ihere was another cause
to be found in the drawbacks and judicial decisions.
He also adverted to other causes.
Mr. CLAY said that the extravagance of the
late A minis' ration has been admitted. But it
h. ems it was not ihe Adiniuistrilinn proper but
Congress had taken on itself to perform ita Cin
etitutional functions of apiunprialiug money, and
did not always choose lo lake the esiiinatva of a
department, and ols'y the edicis of an Executive.
He hud hoped that when the honorable gentleman
came from the other end of (he Pennsylvania Ave.
nue, he would have elevated himself to the level of
Legislature and would hold doctrines of another
Mr. C. rnnsideird that the late administration
ought to be ashamed of such skulking apology.
Did not Mr. Van Buren possess the veto power t
If Congress improjHSrly appropriated, eould he mil
have allied the veto power t Ought not his
friends to have advised il and not now to come
here, to lift up their hands and cry out "spare us,
it was Congress," and now lo make up for having
voted too much, the !cnatoi was duqost-d lo vote
nothing at all. He hoped that the bill would pass.
Mr. WOODBURY said he had not changed his
opinions from his change of position. He did not
icgard Congress as sj Very wic a to be beyond
Ihe reach of error.
Mr. CLAY asked if the gentleman really
ib-night that Congre. had any right lo iuke an
! itiiiuitkrti Uyond an estimate.
Mr. WOODELUY repitd lhat ccitainly they had.
0,11 when Ihey IcgiUcd awsy money 10 the etiioubl
, 1 hit.v m.l!i.'i., '"! ' p""'! ''"'J ,ive
lions to meet it, they acted unjus'ly and impropeily
towards their public functional ii.
Mr. BENTON went into an elaborate rt view of
tho promises anJ arts of the new administration,
and an examination nf ihe new hooka which had
been opened at the Department. He declared that
if the Democratic administration had continued, the
paymunts of the government would have gone on
regularly without calling on Congress for a sin
gle dollar. It was promised that tho government
should tie carried on for thirteen millions; and he
wished to show the farmers of the country how
ibis pledge had been redeemed.
The question was then taken on the passage of
the bill and decided in the atTiimaiivc, yeas 'i'J,
So the Bill was passed.
EXTRACT OP AN ADDKKSS
Of thk DtinrnTic Ckhtrai. Co m m ittkk to
THl FkOPLR (IK Pa Jl JISTI.VARIA.
The facts connected with the Chester County
Prison, are briefly these : The act for ihe manage
ment and regulation of tho prison, passed on the
1st of Februaiy, 18:19'; and, in cor.scquence of the
prison being unfinished, did not go into operation
until April, 1810. Before sufficient lime had elap
sed lo give the system a fair tri.il, although not a
shadow of dissatisfaction existed, or hud been ex
pressed, so fir as the operations of the law had been
tested, a change was sought. By whom 1 ihe
people! no! for a vast majority of all parlies were
opposed lo any further legislation on the subject.
By ihe visitors of Ihe prison, consisting of tho De
puty Attorney General, the Judges nf Ihe Courts,
ihe Grand Jurors, and tho Commissioner ! Not by
them. On tho contrary, Ihe (irand Jury in their
report at the last February term, deflated unani
mously their satisfaction with the institution under
existing regulations. In addition to this, in May
last, since the Governor's veto was placed in the
hands of, and read by every erson inAcrcsted in Ihe
affairs of the prison, within the county of Chester,
a grand jury composed of men of all parties, have
reported to the court their entire salUfatlinti, with
the regulation and management, and with the offi
cers of the prison. By whom was the repeal of Un
original aet sought ! Why, by some one, two, or
three persons, whose insatiable tiiirsl f n office,
let it be ever so small a one, contemplated the
change and pio-ttaion of a system of prison discip
line proved by experience, in tho Mayamensiug
prison, lo be not only wholesome, tut the most e
conomic.il and stable, yet devised. Those fc.cn ap
pealed to their political associates in the legislature
lo aid them in their designs ; and they, regardless
of the public welf.110, lent a willing hand. The o
riginal act gave to the court the appointment nf
three, and the commissioner of the county two of
the Board of Inspectors. The acl vetoed by the
Governor, reversed the matter. The court was lo
appoint two mid the commissioners three. For
what reason ! Why the Judges of the Court are
democrats, and the Commissioners are federalists,
and therefore a majority being appointed by the lat
ter, ihe keeper, a democrat, would have been forth
with removed. This was the governing, and only
motive for change. Tne public good hud nothing
to do with the matter.
When the original act pm-cd, Judge Darlington
was on the bench. He had been re-appointed by
Governor Ritner, under peculiar circumstances, in
Teceinber, 183S. He died, ond Judge Hell, a
democrat, succeeded him. While Bell and his as
sociates remained on the bench, there was no hope
nf a change of keeper. He bad discharged the du
ties of his nllice to the satisfaction of the official
visitors, and having a walk and couversa'ion void
of offence, he could only lie reached by a reckless
federal legislature. He was saved from immola
tion by the Executive, who shrunk from the heart
less task of consigning him and his family to des
truction, when not a blemish or the so.nbl .rice of
a fault attached to him, officially or olherwi-e.
For a further illustration of this honest, upright,
and patriotic exercise of the veto power, we r. fer
the leader to the message itself, to be found on the
Journal of the house, page 720. Il is only neces
sary to give a perusal, to be convinced ol its unan
swerable character. Out of the county of Chester,
no man has a reasonable light to complain of the
course of iho Executive, in this particular matter.
Within the county of Chester, public opinion com
mends and approves of the fearless and lion- st veto
which saved a piison and its management fiom be
ing hurled into Ihe vortex of politics, 10 gratify ihe
aspirations of a few hungry office huuteis.
Diplomatic Appoint incuts.
The Bait. Patriot of Saturday, says the f .How-
ing nomination had been made to ihe Senate :
Hon. Enw'ARit Ev erett, AI ini:ei to Engl.iud.
Col. (!. S. Ton, Minister to Russia.
Hoii.Dami.l Jemflb, Miuister lo Austria.
11 4 L ci mo h I., July 13, 184 I.
No sales of City Mills Flour. Olfeis are uiaje
lo sell at f fi for new wheut.
Hales of fresh ground Su quvhanua at f . ,.r)7.
GU A IN. Sales of several pitcels of new Ma-
rvland and Virginia Wheats, of good quality, at
117 a 119 cts. S des of Pennsylvania old, to
day at 118 a lv:0 cts.
A sale of Pennsylvania Rye In day at CO cts.
We note sales of yellow M l. ('0111 to-day al (ii
a Gi ct. and of white al f7 a 6S cts. A In of
Pennsylvania yellow was alo sold lo-dayal 64 cts.
A sale of Pennsy vania rye al tiO cts.
No change in the price nf Oats. Kales of Mary
laud to-day at 46 a 4? vis. and of Penns) Ivuuu ai
PROVISIONS. Tho transaction In Provi
sions are confined entirely to Bacon wh ch contin
ues with only fair demand at lust weik's prices,
viz : prime weslelrn assoiled at 5j lo cenu ;
Hauls al 6 to cents; Sides al cents; ShouV
tiers at 4 lo 4 J cent and Jules at 2 J lo 3 cenu.
Parcels of hifnioi quality aie selling ai rales U low
these prices uceoidmg to the condition ol Ihe article.
WHISKEY. We continue lu quote hhJ. l
cut. and I l ls, al 2d cu. with a Ultei dunmid
and liimiHMi III the Inaikil. 'J he a.'iiu J .ltti o'
b'.'U. i 2" cts. (cluste i4 the barnl.
Amount of Coal carried oil the Danville and
Pottsville Rail Road to Sunbury for shipping, du
ring two wetks eliding on July 0, 1277 Tons.
Per lust report, 6.3&0
JOHN BUDD, w. m.
8i:sdiiiHN! Coal Traiiis.
TiiIhI amount shipped from Wyoming Valley, to
June SI si, Tons, 7,1 16
Seiicr i.kill Coal Tuanr.
To July 13, Tons, 153,474
Little Sciiii lkill Coal Traiie.
To July 15, Tons, 10,470
Delaware Sc Hiiisou Coal Tiiaiik.
To July 6, Tons, 43,690
Pike Ghovk Coal Traiir,
To Juno 1, Tons, 6,177
Mount Cahhor Kail Ruin.
Amount transported lo July In, Tons, 25,953
Mijif Hill ft cuvtlkill Haves Rail Road.
Amount transported lo July IS, Tons 72 703
Mill Cklkk Rail Road.
Amount transported to July I, Tons 11,011
Ncm ti.KiLi. Yallkt Rail Roaii.
Amount transported to July 15, Tons 21,871
Corrcctid weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer.
Dhikii Apples, -
imi'okta .st moor.
Of the tjjicucy if Or. Ilurlich'a Cthbratcd Midi
cities. The following certificate was sent by Mr. E. B.
Hiiiiiinii, spent et Cincinnatti, Ohio. There can be
110 misthke'in'it, as the paitics are well known.
Mr. E.ekiel R gdon, of Anderson township,
H million county, Ohio, was seveial davs troubled
with bill, us adi'dions, acidity of the stomach, at
tended with the usual symptoms of ilvspepsis, and
having niade trial of various medicine without
finding relief, was cured by the above medicines.
ON the Centre Turnpike, near the borough of
Sunbury, an Umbrella and a Parasol tied to
gelhei both of silk. The fierson finding the same,
upin leaving Ihem at this ollice, will be su'tablv re
IMatc ol M illiam Deunrt.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the subset iU-r
has been appointed agent for the collection
and setlemenl of ihe books, accounts, &c.'of Wm.
Dewart, dee'd., and that tie will attend at tbe store
of said deceased, for one month, for that purpose,
utter which lime nil unclilcd accounts wall In) put
into Ihe hands of a magistrate for collection.
July 24. 181 L H. S. OOBIN.
IE I'TERS of administration on ihe estate of
J William Clyde, of Norihumbciland, havK
been grallteii lo llie subscriber, who is prepaied to
discharge any just claims againsl the estate. Pcr
s. n indcbled to said estate will pleas call and
in..ke pamenl. JOHN PORTER.
Northumberland. July 24, lttl. Ad' in.
IHILIP WEISE1!, ol Auusla,al the silicita
liuns of his fi lends, has ngriTil 10 become a
caiididiile for the office of County Commissioner,
lie is a firm I and mechanic, of unexceptionable
characicr, and eveiy way (Udlitied to fill llie office.
It is generally admitted that according lo ihe est.i
blibhc.l deiiiot'iatic ua g, Augusta township is eu
lithd lo Ihe noniina'ion. We therefore nfom
nulid Ml. Wciser as a staunch democrat, and a fit
nun for llie office.
Maxi in Shamokis aid Al'UVSTA.
July 19, 1811.
";ood IVill l lie C'onipaiiy.'
rPHE niemliers of the "G.-od Will Fire Com-
r i.itiv' nrrt fponnstt'il lo nml At lb Cntllt
Honse, on Monday Evening, August 2 J, at 7 n'.
cloik precisely, Puuelual attendance is required.
July 21. i. H. ZIMMERMAN. Stc.
LIST OF LETTERS,
I ) EM Al.MNG in the post office in Shamokin,
J v n the 1st day of July, 1841.
Joseph Philips, lleni 1111111 Hummel Charles It.
Waters, Thomas Curran, Hariirt Jones, Wm. P.
Irlalid, J. S. tiearbeait, Philip Miller, Henry Got
slull. David Nice, John Sliipe John Fidler.
I WILLIAM FEU ELY, r. m.
rPIIE subscriber, residing in the tow n of ?hamo
km, oilers for rent his Blacksmith Shop and
Tools. Any h isoii wishing to rent the same, can
have pnsscEsinii at any lime between tbis and the
fust of 81 ptfiuher next. Tbe shop is a good one,
and located in the een'.re of the town.
Jnly IT. tf J 0.' E PI I Z E K N
s eu -v -: - c3- -v s v -.. s- -
ON the river bank al Sunbury, oil Saturday the (
I0ji of July Nil, by my son Washington
Maip. a large SILVER WATCH, which was tefi
al the office ol George Wciser, Esq., where the'
a ime can be had by piovine property, paving char
ges, ftc. JONATHAN ilAKP.
July 17, 3t
PIHE Subscrilier resicifully informa his fellow
L eitiiens, that he Will le a candidate for the of
fice of County Commissioner, al tbe ensuing eh-c-"
. FREDERICK HAAS.
AuaSta, July 17ih 1841.
Uslule ol Villiaiu linaDlt', ilci'il.
"IJO I'ICE is heieby given, ihnt the Rrpisler ol
Northumberlainl county has granted letter
testamentary upon ihe estate of William Knnble,
late of Slisuiokin township, dee'd., to the subscil.
her, residing in said lowusbip. All pel sons hating
any demands against said estate, are ie(ucbleil lo
pitsoul llieiii, ami tho.e nulilud to insku p..Miieul
to the suti.iiil'ci
A GOOD OFronTUNITY
"linsiIINU to retire from business, Ihe slibscii.
V lii'V is tV'illiiii I.. .ticrti.iaA nf ihf l,Vlit Will Kill!
Furniture nf the long establish! d, well known Ta
vern Stand hovV in his occupancy, in Sunbury.
This stand is located in the centre of iho lown, op.
posilo the court house, anil is well calculated for
Inisiness. Persons desirous of going into the above
business, would do well to make application to Ihe
subsi riber, soon, who will iliinse of his Furniture,
on fpitSKiinhle terms. Possession Will be given on
the fir.t day of October next.
July Hi, 18 1 1. -if. HIRAM PRICE.
LIST V C.il'SKS,
I7VR t'ial in the Court of Common Pleas, of
; Northumberland Coiinlv, Bt August Term,
IM4I, commenting ihe first Monday, being (he SJ.
Commissioners of Not- '
Peter Filbert's ad'in.
Commonwealth of Pa.
Badger fur Badger
John llagenturn el ol.
William A. I.loyd
Henry II. Burr
Anthony M Douoimh
Walter C. Livingston
Ch.iilcs W. Richards
Alex. W. Johnson
John D. Cdwden
vs J. Bloom, laic Treas r.
vs Martin A. Nmck,
vs Jiihn FillH-rt,
vs Martin Weaver et al.
vs Hugh Bellas,
xt Lewis Dewsil,
vs Daniel Frnnire rt al.
vs Alexander Elslen el id,
a John Yoongman,
vs John B. Boyd,
vs John Fitp itrii k et al.
vs John Metklcy,
vs George Oyster,
vs John I). Cowdcn,
vs Guslavus Ross et al.
vs Richnid I'cnshaw et al.
vs David Nice,
vs (iuss iV Hileman
vs William Hans,
vs Richards cV Kitchen,
vs Patrick Hampsey,
vs lhmli M Fall,
Overseers of Jackson Ip. vs Chnstian K.iulile,
SHrah Eekeil vs Eekeil .V Donnel,
11,111 irl Diell'eiibsehvr vs I'hiislhin Robinson,
Janus elel vs Solomon Dunklebi rgrr,
Abraham HolIo Ctcr vs Anthony W ilhelin,
Elijah t'rawfotd vs Jes.-e Paiker,
Jacob Lillcy's ex'rs. vs Kobert M'Ker,
(eoige Troxetl's sdin'is. vs Jacob Holfman,
Duncan N. Heiinen' vs W i ham A. Lloyd,
John A.Lloyd s Wi'lism M'Coy,
Com'lh of Pa for B Say re vs John Fiick,
Heniy Friek vs Stephen Wi'son,
Jobn Hunter vs Jebn Hunter,
Jacob 1 In ips vs James 1) tleiitacber.
SAMUEL D. JORDAN.
Piothonolnrv's Office.? Froth' y.
Sunbury, July 10, 1 R 11. i
"atSCLCTIOI R I.LATI V E TO THE AMrSPMAST Ol
TH h STATE COHSTITUTIOM.
"liesoli ed b the Senate und lluune of Jieprt"
scnutivrs in Central Asuntbly ?, That the
Constitution of this Ccmnionwrallh lie smended in
the thud section of the second aiticle, so that it
shall lead as follows :
"That the Governor shall hold his office during
three years, from the third Tuesday if January,
next ensuing bis election, and shall not be capable
of holding it longer than a single tci m ff three
yean, in any tetin of nine vears."
WM. A. CRABB,
Speaker of the. 11 we of lie-prefenhitive.i.
JNO. H. KW1NG.
Upealier of the Senate.
Pennsylvania, m.v i
Sachetahi's Office. 5 I do hrreby cer
tify that the forego
ing is a true copy of a Resolution proposing an
amendmenl of the Constitution, which was agietd
to al ihe lust session of the Leetslaluie, by a ma
jority of the members t-h cted to eaih boiiM-, the
original of which remains filed in this office ; and
in compliance with the tenth ariicle of the Consti
tution of the Commonwealth, I do hereby cause
the same to be published, us ilneeled by the said
11 r t it to.
1 TN TESTIMONY whereof, I
.have bircunto sl my hand and
I al i f said olfice at Harnshuig, this
Mill day of June. 1841.
I KS. H. SHUNK,
Sicrrtary if the Comiiimiivtath.
July 3. lliii.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Biihiness attended to in the Counties of Not
thuuileilaiid, Union, Lycoming and Columbia.
Thomas Haht & Co.,
1 1 a a t Ci'MMiaca & Hart, ;-7i.7ni.
11 Ji: Co. J
Sptmxo, 'Joint ft Co.
HEMOrRATlC HI-LEGATE Sll'dMS.
HE Demociatic clectois of Norihumbciland
county, are icquested t.i hold ihc ir BoroUuh
and Township meetings, on Sar-urday, Ihe 7th day
of August next, to elect ihe Usual number o Dele
gules, to meet in county convention, in the Borough
of Sunbuiy, on Monday ll, e ftth day of ihe same
month, for the purpose nf forming a Democra ic
County ticket. It is expected that iveiy lovvnsb'p
and borough will lie fully represented. By order
of the . STANDING COM.MI 11 Ell.
r,t', E Subscriber will le a candidate Vor ti e o.Ti.e
of Treasurer of Northuriibeilaud county. Ho
piomises, if elected, faithfully lo discharge iho du
ties appertaining to said iPV?.
July 3, 1841. GEO. FEIL
'PIIK Snbscriler re.(s.ctfully oilers himself lo the
-- ciliren voter, of ll.is county, as a candidate for
tbe ollice of Comity Treasurer. Should he be c
lected, he premises laitbfully In discharu the unties
of said othce, GEORGE C. WEI.KEK.
Sunbury, June 26, 1811.
llaU ol' James C'aiuilH-ll, U' il.
1 OTICE is hereby given, that letters of admin
istrution have been gianled lo the subccrileis,
resid.ng iu Shaiiiokin township. Nuilhumla'rland
county, upon the estate of James Campbell, late of
the said lowH-lnp, dec'tl. All peisotis having ui y
demands against the said estate, are requested lo
piesi nl Ihem properly au hcntithled, and ihose who
are indebted, lo pay to tbe subscitl'frs wiiboul de
lay. WILLIAM PERS1NG,
June 2(5, 181 1 tiiv.
A(lli aiidiiKCii aV Mililli.
WlIOLFSAtB SHOI1, OAF,
Hnnnet und fuliu l.e.if tint UarrAou.vf,
No. Iti 7 Marrxt Strikt, arotx 4ia Sraisr,
COUNTRY WrchauU are iesC'fully lequested
lo Call nd xamiue tin ir 1 xlensivf oitincnt,
ulinb Ibty will .ell on llie 1111 ft lesienal li teims.
Mv ,'", 1-11. -Ji.
WIlOZ.XSAI.il SHOE, BONNET, !
Cup and Falin laf Hat Store,
No. IOSovth 4ni Strkbt, PHILADELPHtA,
11 THERE an extensive assortment of the aboc
' articles are constantly krpl on band, for sate
al the most reasonable tcitns.
May SO, 1811. ly.
HAYS, ELLIOT, Z.V ON & GOSH.
In Foreign, Uritinh and Am'tricnn Dry flmulf,
No, 13 North Tin an Stnckt, Philahllpiiia.
C COUNTRY Merchants can be supplied nl all
' limes with on extensive assortment of Ihe above
Goods, on the most reasonable and tatisluclory terms.
May 29, 184 I. ly.
FJ1HE Undersigned lake pleasure in siiloiiitiina
I lo the pub ic Ihe fo nw ir.g Ri co 1 mi ndatious
of Pratt's Ciisl Lon Smut Mill ai d Grain Duller lo
all dealers in (.rain nnd manufactors of Flour, be
lieving il to be superior lo any thing of Ihe kind
ever oil' red lo the public. All nideia addressed to
Col. J. M'Faddcn, Lcwishurjr, Union county Penn
sylvania. LBEIN EEZER H(iUlUE,
JACKSON M FADDLN.
Mmitz's Mill, Centre Co., March 30, 1841.
J. M'Faihiis Sir: I chieifully testify lo the
routine's nd diirability of Pratt's (last Iron Smut
Mill ai il Grain Duller, as being h far suit-rior aril
cle for the cleaning of smut and all other impurities
that I h.ive ever seen, and I have I cen ( liagcd in
the manufacture of Flour for a greil many years,
and have always tried lo have ihc.best apparatus for
manufacturing thai could be got, and do say that the
above machine is the best apparatus I lelievc now
in use. John Moatz.
lilmmwbarg, Dec. SO, IS JO.
Cm.. J. M'Fauiiin Sib: In reply to your favor,
reci ived a few days since, I have only lo say, that the
fact nf my having introduced into each of ihe foul
mills that I am concerned in, one of Pratt's Casl
Iron Smut Mills, is the best evidence I can give you
of their utility, Yours truly, V'm. M'Kklvt.
Milt'in, March 17, lA4t.
J. M'Fnnm Sin : 1 do hcieby errtil'y without
any hes'laliun, tbal Prsll'a Smut Mill and Grain
Holler is tbe most petted machine to cleanse grain
of smut and oil other imperfections, thai I have ever
seen, and I brheve I have seen all the kinds that arc
now used in Pennsylvania, and I must say that there
is i.othiiig of the kind ever been invented that will
c ine in competition with it. Glu. ElkluY.
Col. J. M-FAPti?r Sia : Dur'nc the past 24
years I have been constantly engaged in manufac
turing flour, and during the last 12 ) ears have Wen
the owner of a prist and doming mill, and among
all the contrivances to remove impurities from gram
I am decidedly of the opinion that Pratt's iron ma
chine is superior to any with which I am scnu iiiit-
ed, baviiig used one in my mill about eighteen
months. F 11 ID tint K. Haas.
Yorkshire Mills, Dee., 1940.
I want in my flouting mi. I as good an apparatus
to piep.re grain for doming, as the bc.t. and I want
no better tliiu Pruti'a Cast Iron Smul Mill. It will
remove smut entirely no mistake.
Sunbury. December 22, 1840.
Col. J. M'Faihii.i Si r ! I have in my mill one
of Prntt's cssl ond Wrought iron spiral Smut Mills
and Gram Hulb-r, ami am confident tbal in regard
to simplicity of construction, und durability of ruatu.
rial, it to supeiior to any I urn acquainted with,
Hear G,rp Mills. Dec. 2J, 1610.
Col. J. M'Faiiiiix Sir: I hae in my flouring
mill one of Pratt's Cast lion Spiral Smut Mills,
and I am decidedly of the opinion tint j. is the bert
mscliine lo prepare giain for fiouiing that I am ac
quainted with, mid as such eheclfully recommend it
lo all iv ho aic engaged iti the uunuf.icluro ol flour.
Aurrne'iurg, March 23, lslt.
Col. J. M Fa n in . Sir ; 1 tBke pleasure 111 say
ing thai Piatt's Cast Iron Su'Ut ft! ill is one of the
best improvements for the cleaning of Brain of all
fcinds, lloilViUs yet conn. uniUr iny observation, ar.d
thai I U Reveii I r supeiioi to any thing ol the kind
ever invi ntid. iju may lite my name in any way
you think piopr. ' O. P. Di.vca.n.
I'm'wl Mill, Jan. 11, 1S41.
I l ia is lo rertily thai 1 have had Piatt's Cast and
wrought iron Smut Machine atul Giaiu Hullrr in
use lor better than 12 inonlbn, and find it l answer
Vvery purpose ibat il was intended for. Smlil can
lie taken out of wheut 1 believe eveiy patllcle of
it can bo taken out without btcsklug the grain of
tho wheat. J Otis Plamk..
A.iion.-hwg, Match 2'!, 1S41.
Col. M'!'a3lisi Sue 1 have been engaged in
nianuf ict tiring Supeiline Flourfor many jears, and
havii si this tune one ol Pratt's Smut Mills in each
of my mills, and I il) licit by rciouiinciid them as tbe
inobt vuluuble improvi meul for cleaning w hunt of
smut and all uiIili impuiittts, that I am acquainted
w .tli. James Dl'M'am.
Coi . M I'lMit Sin: I have been engaged in
tbe uiiuiulactuiing ol flour for 28 yens, and most
clui rluily recommend the above machihe, as liein
liy fir ll.e lust np arutus for claalising grain that I
have ever used or seen. I consider 11 an iiidi.4u
sible urttilc lui any mill that pretends lo do any bu-
silKSs. Jotl 1'lbllLK.
.ljutduet Milh. D.C. 21, lslt).
Col. J. M-Faiipin Sir: Pratt's Cusl Iron
Smut Mill was introduced into my mill about three
years since, and I believe it is the l est srin le of that
kind hciV in use. Il will not only remove smut
(Merely, but is a most valuable appaiatus to clean
wheal and lye of any character, and prepare il lor
flouilllg. DfcMAMIV Boos.
Ituisburg, Dec. 22, 1S40
CoL. J. M'Faiuh Sir: After a caieful and
candid examination and trial of the machine, iu re
gaid lo construction, neatness and despatch in exe
cution, economy 111 puce, and power to set in te
lalioit. 1 Bin fully Convinced and suli.-fii J, that llie
maihine ubove ulludvj to, is second to no one in
use. J. Mohrow,
Mill r and I'loui Manufacturer.
Caltau'iu, Dec. inbi r 2S, 18 10.
Cm.. J. M'I'mi Sir: Piatt's Ca and
Wii. light Iron Spirul Smul Mill and Grain Duller,
1 cou.iiler to be the lust liiaihiiic to 11 move smut
I'liJ.uhir impuiilies lo Inch (;iain is subject, thai
I have used, or Villi which I kin ai quaintcd, in re
gsitl lo ilur.it'ilny ol m.ili rial, simplu 1 v (. eoii.irur
ttou, neatness and despuh 111 t xeciiiion.
N. B. Ti e ahiKe machines arc tnanufs. nm d at
the Lewikburc Foundry, Ui ion i..uiity and t the
hloom.buig foul, by, Colunil 11 roiiiitv , Pa.
1 rtklu', lui:t 1 lll.
IHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs 11,0'
public, that be has removed liom 1 lie town nf
CulliiU'ifU lo Uanvilie, and that lie has puiclutud
in that place, the Large and Vommudiuue
nttlC K 11 O V K ,
AT TIIS Clllisril Or .VIIIL AND MARKXT STUr.ITK,
C Orputiri the Court-ILostn )
f - N Inch he has fitted up bv Ihe rrertiori
itk,$ of ADDITIONAL BUiLDINUS, and
;;"exlcnsive STA BUNG, for the Enter
i. Alf&dtninnient of Truvcllctg end Vititors.
He is now prepaied to accommodate all who msy
favor him with a call, nd he would state that no
thing in his power shall be left 1 ndone, lo render his
customers comfortable nnd happy while under hi
care. His accommodations are ample, and his rooms
furulkhrd in modern aiyle, hlid the proprietor is de
termined Dial Ins establishment si, all sustain and
keep up with the rrowing reputation arid impoilonce
of the lown in w hich it is loo.li d.
His Table will beupplied with every luxury of
the season, and the hest ond thoiefst variety the
niark-t can nJJ'urd. His Bar will be stored njth
all the lies! art icen that can be furninhed by our
citiit, and the whole will be such as to give satis
faction to every one.
Well knowing ihnl nn enlightened public wifl
alwsjs judge for themclvc8, ho feels Confident that
Ihey will favor him with thnr nitron?.
bAMULL A. BRADY.
Danville, Jan. 30.
TY. subscriber has icceived an assortment of
New Ooods, which he will sell on the lowest
terms. June lO. H. B. MASSE R.
Commission tori lrvai-diug
UESPECTFILLY inf.irms his friends and tho
Metchaiits generally, tbal he continues tho
t'om'tnission and Foiwarding Business, at his wart
house, foot 'of Willow st. Railroad, Dc!avaic and
Merch.iuts having goods lo be 'shipped, will find
it Milch lo their advantage, as to nine ntid piitea
of freight, to send their merchandise to ll.e Depot,
corner of Front and Willow street Railroad, as ihey
can then be sent either route ly the Tide ater
Cannl, or Schuylkill and Union Cunals, as lo;.U
will arrive and depart daily lor tbe Juninti mi l
Susquehanna Canals by Tide-water in tow of tlesm,
or vra Schuylkill and Union Canuls from Fatrniuunt
Merehnnts will please be particular to bci d ull
goods destined for either route, to the large Dipot,
corner of Frotil and Willow street Railroad, with
directions accompany frig them, which route thry
wish them to be shiiped.
Coarse and fine Salt and Tlaster at nhulvuibi
prices, on til Delawaic or Schuv lkill.
Ihibidelihia, June 5. 1 811 I v.
r 1 REDITOKS TAKE NUTICF-, That we have
applied to the Court -.if Common Picas of Nor
thumberland County, for the benefit of the laws
made for the relief of the insolvent dtblois; ami
that The Judges of the said Court have appointtt)
the first Monday of Aupusl next to hear us and our
creditors ut the Court House in Sunbury, when
and where you may attend if you think proper.
JACOB SNYDER, of Hush.
June 's. 1341. ABRAHAM LONG.
- IT E W
C23 La 2D OLZ 21 vjf Q2 d
itoor aV siioi; sioiu;.
ALL kinds of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and a
variety of other oruclfs can be hud at ll.e most
reduced piicrs, at the stotc fmnierly kept ly John
llogar. Also, Susqiiehsnna Shut. No. 1, for salo
by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, Snr.
Sunbury. Msv 8, 1841. 3m.
TANNERS' OIL AND LEATHER
U. K 1 K K P A T II I C K SO X,
A'o. 21, fiurth Tiiird slntt.
'(DttWtlX XARKKT A5II CIIIsMT krIIUli,)
HAVE for sale a large and excellent Rfsottmcut
uipaniih Hide, Fatna Kip.i, Tuiitura' Oil,
JiC. at tbe lowest tnaiket prires, till er for cash, in
exchange for Leather, or upon credit.
Consignments of Leather irecivid for tule, cr
purchased bt the highest maiket prices.
Qj- I .vat her stoicd rite of chuige.
April 17. 1641. ly.
12 02. 55
SIIOULDEU MEA.SU Kt: SYSTEM
rPIIE Subsciibcr has lieen appointed Agent for
- the above SysteHi, for Nurlhuiuhrilaiid County,
which he oilers lor sale lo Tailors, who limy i!t
siie 10 possess the lest unJ latest imptovi mcnt in
Ihe ait of culiirig garments. The following two
certificates a o from a coiumillee of Merchant Tai
lors in Paris, who have examined the System, aui
highly ap( ru' e if the same.
Paris, Fib. 2Sih, lSltl.
We, the undersigned, inrmlvers of tbe committee
appointed by the members competing tbe "Philau
ihiophlc Society" ol Meichanl Tailors ol Palis, cer
tt!y that the System nf cut' m.', t.iuhl by Tbouiae
Oliver of N(v Yolk, United Stales, has been sub
mitted to our examination, w hith svsiem we recom
mend as tbe ('est thai has btrn biibmiltid to us, lit
faith of whith we have given him this certilii sle.
M. FKOGE. Piesidont,
M. LA FIT IE, V Presilenr.
I subjoin a certificate from Mr. Cutter of Pari.',
formerly of Boston, whoso reputation is well esla
blisbtd toih in Europe and iu America :
Mr. Oliver, DiarSir, tbe 11ccn11uer.il itlon you
have obtained fiom the Society of Master Tailors, ia
Ir. 111 the highest 111 Ibis city, una I fully agree ui
ihe opinion, ihul your system is the best that ha
tver U-cii puhlishtd. Yours tmlv,
The subscriber continues the busituss of TAN
LOKING at hia old stand, adjoining Rhawu's (lore,
in Sunbury, wheia he will iu commodate all whi
may call upon him in his line ol business.
He will icgut.irly receive ihe Fasbion from Mr.
Oliver of New Yolk, as soon as issind. '('!.
Spiiug Fashions have been ri reived, and are n..w
for sale. WILLIAM lUKST.
Sunbury, April 10, 1611 . 1 y
nsKUXilijun-u i.ou mi a c i; j
Bt Banjami N. I'nuwi.
rPIIE Snbscrilers having purchased tbe riLbl fi 1
vending and Using ihe ubovs valuable luveu.
lion, for Noithumheiland Conmy, ullei to Jispor
ol the same to s rsons wh, may desiie lo pt.r, base.
Tbe ahave invrntinn is now 111 omn.ii at thesatv
null ol .Mr. MVsity, near Suntiury, w lierv 11 cari
tc iii-i.t,d ly ow mi, of saw mills and all iliui
ii.i.i.. id. E. GOlilN,
Mir. I. -if. k.'AMUEL GOflN.