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tones " The main thing is, the McKinney men
nl the Horton men are disappointed, and rather
than aee Montgomery, the man who was fairly
nominated, elected, they would aacriflce Capt, John
McKinney, divide the Dcmociatic party, and elect
Gen. II. Fiick. All those Who are friendly Id D.
R. Porter, should considsr the consequence before
they leap. A 8NUFFT0WN DEMOCRAT.
A writer who signa himself "A Republican" is
pouring forth most piteous lamentations through
the columns of the "Ledger," and the "Garotte," a
bout the nomination of David D. Montgomery for
the Legislature. He charges the candidate with
treachery, and the convention with a dark and wick
ed plot to secure his nomination ! ! Let us inquire
briefly into the truth of these ridiculous charges, and
the object in thus magnifying so small an uflVir in
to one of serious importance. There were four
candidates before the convention, neither of them
having a majority when the convention met, but a
large majority of the delegates came to Sunbury with
a firm determination that Jesse C. Horton should
not be nominated, and willing to yield their prefer
ences for their particular candidate, in order to se
cure this object. In this one purpose there was a
perfect union of sentiment. Among the mojority,
however, they differed as to the person who should
be finally uoininutcd. With thia understanding the
ballotting commenced, and the friends of Gearhart
and McKinney, finding after six unefTectual ballots
that the majority would not unite on either of these
gentlemen, cast their votes for Mr. Montgomery, and
thus effected hrs nomination. Is there any thing in
this that deserves the name of "a dark and wicked
Jilot 1" Was it not done in tlie presence of a crow J
of lookers on, and has not (be same thing been done
over and over again by our county conventions!
Was not Gov. rotter nominated in 1S38 by the
friends of some twenty other candidates uniting up
on him ! Who thought of culling that transaction
a dark and wicked plot 1 The man who applies
uch language to the proceedings of the late county
convention, either does not understand the meaning
of terms, or deserves to be treated aft a simpleton.
But, says the writer, Mr. Montgomery had ex
pressed himself in favor of Mr. McKinney. So he
had, and so he did at the convention, but the dele
gates did not choose to niominate him. Were they
on that account to be prevented from uniting on
Montgomery 1 McKinney, however, told the Tur
but delegates just before the ballotting began, that
he would as leaf aee Montgomery nominated as
himself, an J if they could not get him nominated,
they should go for Montgomery, and to go for any
body rather than have Hurton nominated. They
did do just as he wished, and yet these newborn and
pretended friends of McKinney cry, "oh, the horrid
treachery of Montgomery !" What ridiculous non
sense this is. The real object of all this outcry is
to divide the party and elect Gen. Frick, and comes
from the very persona who opposed McKinney, and
endeavored to cajole the people, and bribe the dele
gates to nominate Horton. I told the people
Jast fall that the object of Horton in getting him
self elected, was to vote money into his own and
the pockets of active friends, who were chiefly con
tractors, to launch the State into the further expen
diture of millions, and thus afford them the oppor
tunity for more plunder; that to secure this object,
he would -vote for giving the banks more time, or
any other project. My predictions have been veri
fied by his acts. These same men wished to elect
Horton again for the same purpose, ond failing in
thut, they turn their eyes upon Gen. Frick as a fit
person to accomplish their object. But to elect him
they must contrive to distract and divide the demo
cratic parly. Hence all this talk about treachery
,a Montgomery and fraud in the delegates. They
Lave imposed upon McKinney, who is a simple
hearted, honest uld man, and a few of his neighbors.
Further than this, their endeavoring to elect Frick
hiiJ their treachery to the p trty, ha not. and will
not have any effect. PLAIN TRUTH.
In accordance with public notice, a meeting of
the Democratic party of Shamokin township, waa
held at the house of Felix Lerch, Esq., in SnufftowB,
on Saturday, the 4th of September, inst., for the
purpose of expressing the opinion of the democrats
uf said township, en tlte approaching election.
The meeting wassailed to order by H. II, Teals,
Esq., when tho following gentlemen wore appointed
officers, viz : GEORGE MIIXER, President, Jons
Smith, Pitsr Suoll, snr., Aiihaham Klaki, and
Pkteii cuvrtu, Vice Presidents, P. Schwzrlz,
Secretary, MatJliia ltwis ud Alexander Wults,
The object of the meeting being stated by the
FfesiJant, when, on motion, the following gculle
nieo were appointed a committee to draft resolu
tions for the cousideralion of the meeting, viz: II.
II. Teats, Esq., Jonathan Woolvertou, Jacob tlaas,
Michael Taylor, Felix lruh, Esq., D.N.Lake,
Emanuel Zimmerman, Jacob Scholl, Christian
Jiauschlag, Lewis 'Taylor, Conrad Yost, Reuben
Snyder, Charles E. Alexander, Jacob Miller, IsaUth
Miller, jr., John Hafcr, Jonathan Kershner anJ Mi
The committee, after an aWnce of half an hour,
relurned and reported the following resolutions,
which were read, separately, by the Secretary, and
unanimously concurred in by the meeting, vie :
Resolved, That we are now, aa heretofore, deep
ly impressed with the conviction, tint our well tried
Democracy, is the only safe-guard of American in
dependence. iu. wired, Thati it is the sincere belief of ihis
nttettng, that the election of David R. Porter, s
(iovrrflos of the Commonwealth, is indispensable
to the future welfare of the "Keystone State," and
thut we will support him with as much real satisfac
tion as some of us, and our foiefathers did the good
Rtsolved, That we, unhesitatingly , denounce the
McEwensvilie meeting as a ly, underhanded trick
yjf one or two disappointed politicians, to create a
division in the democratic ranks, for the dark pur
pose of securing the election of Ocn. Frick, the
Resolved, That last fall some of us did support
the McEwensvilie nominee, and he was elected;
but this fall a convention of delegates from every
township In the county met, were duly drgihlr.cd,
and formed a TICKET to be supported by the Do
modrailc party, which Was not the case last fall ;
for at that time the convention adjourned without
making nomination for member of Assembly.
Resolved, That we view with feelings of sincere
regret, the move made to divide the Democratic par
ty. That the meeting at McEwensvilie was un
uu'sc, unjust and impolitic ; and that it meets with
our unqualified disapprobation.
Resolved, That we will use our utmost exertions
to secure tho re-election of Got. Poiitkr; because
he hns firmly adhered to the piinciples of Democra
cy ; and because we believe the liberty of the peo
ple would not be sufe in the hands of Hanks, Ste
ven,, Burrow:, Fenn and others, heroes of the
Resolved, That we believe it to be the duty of
all true and genuine democrats, to support the no
minations of the party ! And any attempt to dis
organize and divide the party, is the business of fe
deralists only, with a view to the election of one of
their men ; which 'lurking serpent" ought not to
be even thought of in the staunch democratic coun
ty of Northumberland.
liemlved, That the Democrats of good old Sua
mokii will stand firm and united in the support of
David B. Montgomery, the domocratic candidate for
Assembly, against the candidate of the federalists
and the volunteer candidate of a few canal officers
end contractors; Bunk-suipciision and Shinplaiter
Resolved. That the effort to let a federalist into
the Legislature from this county, by means of run
ning a volunteer candidate, will end in nothing but
the defeat and mortification of tho volunteer and
Resolved, That the delegates who pledge them
selves to support the nominations, and then My the
handle, are not to tie trusted !
Resolved, That we cannot, nor will we, counte
nance any measure, which may in any manner
whatever, have a tendency to disturb the harmony
of the Democratic party.
Therefore, firmly Resolvcit, That we will sup
port the ticket, the whole ticket, and nothing
but the TICKET.
And further Resolved, That JOHN TYLER,
President of the United States, deserves the thanks
and plaudits of this independent nation, for his vkto
on CLAY'S "Fitful Agent."
Restdved, That the proceedings of this meeting
be signed by the officers, and published in the ' Sun
bury American," "Sunbury Gazette," and "Dan
GEORGE MILLER, Piesident.
Peteh Scroll, snr., I n . , .
, v ' ' V. Presidents.
Abraham Klasr, f
Peteh Sciiwerk, J
'. P. Schwurtz, Secretary.
.Matthias Lrwit, "..,. .
Alexander Watts" Secretaries.
Office tf the Baltimohk Amkricax, Sept. 6.
FLOUR. A aalo of 400 bid. City Milla was
made to-day at $7.
Holders of Howard street are generally asking
$7, but buyer want it at a fraction less, and are
Salea of Susquehanna Flour to-day at f 7, by the
GRAIN. Sales of good to prime Md. red
wheats have been made today at f 1,'tS a 1.4fi per
bushel. There are no Pennsylvania wheals in
Corn has declined a shade wo qHote Md, while
to-day at 6 a 67 cents, and yellow at 78 a f'J cts.
No sale of Rye. Sales of Oats at 43 a 4" cents.
WHISKEY. We quote hlids, al 2:U a 24 cts.
and bbls. at 14 J a 25 cents (mm stores.
Sept. 7. 1811.
For some days past business has been languid,
the principal stir bring in the Grain and Flour mar
kets, which have been materially affected by the
last news from England a to ihe probable failure
of the Corn crop. Flour is sternly at f 7 per bbl
Rye 3,62. Corn Meal is without change since
our last report.
Grain Wheat is worth fiom 150 a 1.15c per bu
shel. Southern yellow Corn 70 a 71c which is a
if In IHm l.-i u mm im bgg
Coal T i-a tl c .
Amount of Coal carried on the Danville and
Pottsvillc Rail Road to Sunbury for shipping, du
ring the two weok ending on Sept. 2, 1 142 Tons.
J'er lust report, 10.5S3
Amount of Iron Ore ti unspoiled, 1,344
JOHN BUDD, w. .
Si'su:khamna Coal Thame.
Total amount shipped from Wyoming Vallev, to
June 21st, Tons, 7,1 IG
Kern, r lk i ll Coal Traps.
To Sept. 2, Tons, 311,170
Little Siuivlkill Coal Trade,
To Sept. 2, Tons, 21,217
Delaware 6l Hi-usor Coal Trade.
To Aug. 2ti, Tons, 118,830
Pise Grove Coal Traps,
To Aug. 5, Tons,13,0t)0
Moi'RT Carkom Ratl Road.
Amount translated to Sept. 3, Tons, ft 1 ,57 1
Mix Hill A Soil' t lk ill Havem Rail Road.
Amount transported to Aug 2(1, Tuns 1311,22?
Mill Creek Rail Road.
Amount transported to Sept, 2, Tons 32,001
SrHiriKiLi Valley Rail Roar.
Amount transported to Aug 20, Tons 42,335
Leuium Coal Trade.
I'o Sept. 2, Tons, 26,10
Corrected weekly by lhnry Yuxtieimcr.
Dm eii Apples,
Of Ihe efficacy of Dr. Harlich's Celebrated Medi
cines. Tho following certificate was sent by Mr. F. B.
Hinman, agent at Cincinnatli, Ohio, There can be
no mistake in it, as the patties are well known.
Mr. Ezekiel Kigdon, of Anderson township,
Hamilton county, Ohio, was several days troubled
with bilbus affections, acidity nf the stomach, at
tended with the usual symptoms of dyspepsia, and
having made trial of various medicine without
finding relief, was cured by the abovo medicines.
Cincinnati, June 30lh, 1640.
YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washington
county, writes as follows Dear Sir Dr. llurlu h's
pills arc performing some of tho most wonderful
cures in lh;s vicinity ever heard of. They were
introduced here about six months ago, by one of
my neighbors, who bought a half dn7.cn packages
from tho Pittsbung office. I oin aware of four eaes
in this place where complete cures have been per
formed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia,
and one of a most shecking and aggravated ner
vous complaint, of ten or twelve ypara standing. I
send you enclosed five dollars; pleare to forward
pills for that amount by the bearer, William Word,
Attest JOHN VANCE.
July 27, 1810.
N. B. The above certificates, compared with the
very many already received, certainly must con
vince ihoxe similarly afflicted, that they can yet be
relieved by the use of these invaluable medicines.
Prinripal office. No. 19, North Eighth atreet
Philadelphia. For sain by
V1 r- jrrrf
SI1FSC1T & FP.T,
"MESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Sun
t)Ury up, vicinity, lliat they hove taki n the
Shop lad ly occupied by Wm. Duist, where they
will carry on the
in all its vauous branches. By sliiet altintion and
reasonable chaigea, they expect to merit a share of
Sunbury, Sept. 4th, 1811.
Aolicc to Creditors.
rPHE Creditors of Hiism Price, of the Borough
of Sunbury, are hereby notified that be has
made an assignment of his property and i fleets to
the undersigned, in trust for the benefit of such of
Ins creditors as shall execute a release of their re
speclivc claims, within sixty days from the date of
the a nd assignment, viz : the 13th of Augu-t 1811.
A release is now ready at the office of C. W. He
gins, for the signature of cieditors desiring to avail
themst Ivos of the benefit of the assignment.
GEORGE !. VVELKER,
C. W. HEGINS,
Sunbury, Sept. 4, 1841. Ct Assigvces.
i:Mat of Joint ('lierrs.
TTOTICK is hereby given, that the Register of
ISoithunilieriand county has granted letters
lestamentary upon the estato of John Cherry,
lale of Augusta township, dee'd., to the subscii
bT, residing in said township. All persons bating
any demands against said estate, are requested to
present them, and those indebted to inAu payment
to the subscriber.
Sept. 4. w. PETER SNYDER, Adm.
LIST OF BOOKS
toil sale ir
A NTIION'S Classical Dictionary; Lemprier's
do.; Anisworth's do; Cobb's do English and
German do.; Ambon's Ciesar; Ambon's (.rammer;
Amheii's Oiccio; Mail's 1-aiin Reader, Ogilhy'sdo.;
Anibew's Latin Lessons; Doiimgan's Lexicon;
Fisk's Grei k Exerc'ses; Davies's Lerendei; Graeca
Majura; Adams's Romun Antiquities; Piriuoek's
Goldsmith's England; do. Greece; Lycll's Elements
of Geology; Mrs. Lincoln' Botany; Elements of
Rirtany; Bridge's Algebra; Porter's Rhetorical Rea
ders EmiTson'a Geography and ilUiory; Olney'a
do; Parley's do.; Smiili' Graminer; Kiikhuin's do.;
Kav's Readers; Cobb's do.; Cobb' Arilhmeiick;
Pike's do.; Emerson's do.; Col h's Spelling Books;
Town's do.; Cobb's Table Books; Evangelical Fa
mily Library; Cottage Bibles; Faintly do ; Cullaler
uUlo Small Bibles and Tesl.unenu; Parkei'k Ex
crciscs on Composition; Fruit of ihe Spirit; Mallei's
S lint's Rest; American Revolution; Marryatt'a No
vels; Mrs. Phelps on Chemistry; Iliad; Catechism
of American Laws; Lett, rson Natural Magic; Che
mistry lor Beginners; English Exercises adapted o
Murray's Grammer; Sequel to Comlev'a Spelling
Book; Amirican Class Book; Daholl's Schoolmas
ter's Assistant; A ereat variety of Blank Books, Ace.
August 2S, 1X41.
M A 111 lor ale. Enquno at Ibis ollice.
Bj August SI, 1841.
)ERSO.S, indebted to 11. B. Mssser cV Co.
are oncu more notified inat their accounts, it
iiol settled in a lew weiks, will positively be placed
in the hands of a magistrate for collectioiK
Almost 14, 1841.
MTDlTrRA-TN i:. Tislqualiiy AfJTe7a
Wine, for silo low by
Sept. 1, 1841. H. B. MARSER,
roTRTH PROOF BRANDY . A gi u uuio
article always on hand and for sale by
Sept. 1,1841. II. B. MASSER.
HOLLAND G I NV-l)7TholKuliTityliTay a
on band ami for sale by
Sept. I, 1841 II. IL MASSER.
LOAF AN D Ll MPbLGAU. Always on
hand and for sale by
Sept. 1,1841. H. B. MASSER.
"new organs si gar hoTemo-
LAi;s.tl the best quality always on hand
ai.d for salo by
Sept. 1, 1841. H. B. MASSER,
BROWN SUGAR. Of aiirquality, iir sale
low by Sept. 1, 1841. 1L BMASfER.
" GREEN AND BLACK"TEA. of the lest
quality always on hand and for sale by
Sept. 1, 1S4I. H. B. MASSER.
COFF1.E. Java, Rio and Laguna CotlVe, con
stantly on hand and for sale lv
Sept. 1, 1H4 I. li. B. MASSEIL
SPERM OIL. W niter "aiid SuniRiir strained
Sperm Oil, ol the lcsl quality, always on hand and
for sale by
r-cjt. I, 1811. II. B, MA EK.
Fur pubhuhing a weekly paper in tltt town nf
Ixwisburg, Union Ciiunti, Pit. entitled the
"LFAVIsniBC INDEPENDENT TRESS."
KE1NG convinced that a paper published In
this place, suited to the exigencies, and adap
ted to the interests of the community; embracing tho
various topics that generally elicit public regard,
would meet their apptobation and support; it is
therefore proposed, (confiding in their lilieralily as
intelligent citizens.) to publinh a periodical in the
lloroiigli of Ia iMlmi jr, I iilon Co.,
It will bo the object, as well as design of the pub
lishers, to make the '1'resi' nut only the vehicle
fur ihe dessemination of useful knowledge, but also
tho instrument t protect and defend the rights of
all classes from Ihe grasp of the usurper.
The Iron ami Coal regions of which Pennsylva
nia can so fieelv boast, and on which her future
prosperity primarily depends, shall receive strict at
tention. The earliest Foieipn and Domestic News, Agri
cultural information, eve. fee, with all other matter
that shall ho deemed of impoitauce toils readers,
shall be inserted.
L-i politics, we shall be the unflinching advocatca
and supporters of Democratic Whig Principles.
Havii'g procured the Mid of several talented Gen
tlemen, we feel assured that tho "Press" will com
mend ilsell to the netice and patronai-e of the public.
Terms. The " Lewisrciio lnnrrr.5tiii.RT
Press" will be issued every Thursday mortiinc, on
sn imperial sheet, new type, cVc, at f'i jier annum,
payable half yearly in advance.
S. K. SVVEETMAN &. Co.
Lewisbtirir. Aue. 11, 1811.
j . s i i i: v joi;s,
"P KtjUEsTS the attention of his country friends
-t-' who are in want, to his very large stock of
CarpMings, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Bindings,
Slair Rods, .Sic, &c, that bo has just openal, at
his wareh ouses, No. IH North 2d street, and No. 2
Church Alley, next door to Christ Church, I'hila
dc'phis. " Julv 31, 1 SI 1. ly.
IET I I. KS ol administration mi the estale of
William Clyde, of Northumbiiland, have
been granted to the subscriber, who is prt paied lo
discharge any just claims against the estate. Per
sons indebted to said estate will please rail and
make payment. JOHN PORTER.
Norihiimlcrland, July 21, K-41. Ad' in.
ifslaltTtTf illiaiii IK t ai l.
O I'K.'E is beieliy given, that the subscriber
has been appointed agent for Ihe collection
and settlement of Ihe books, account, &c. of Wm.
Dcnart, dee'd., and tlmt he wi.l attend at the store
of said deceased, for one month, for that purpose,
after wbieh lime nil un.-clilcl accounts will be put
into Ihe bands of a magistrate for collection.
July 24, 1811. II. S. GOL'l.V
Jltll.ll' l.iM-.K, ol Augusta, al the solicita
tions ol Ins tin litis, has annul to l ecolue
candidal!! for ihe ull'ice of Coui.lv Commissioner.
He is a farm, r and mechanic, i l unexceptionable
character, and eveiy way qualified to fill the office.
It is generally admitted that according lo the esta
blished deuiociatic usage, Augusta township is en
titlid to ihe noiiiinn'ion. We therefore n com
mend Mr. Wrisi r as a staunch democrat, and a fit
nisii for the ollice.
Mart in Shamokis inn Aioi-sta.
Julv 19. 1841.
"pHL subscriber, residing in the town of Shamo--1-
kin, oilers for rent his Blacksmith Shop and
Tools. Any eison wishing to lent ihe same, can
have possession at any time between this and the
fust of September next. The sh p is a good one,
and located in tho centre of the tow n.
July lj.-tf JOEPH ZERN.
r..... COUNTY TREASURER.
rPHL Sat'si'iihrr vw ,11 la-- it tuiululaie tor tbe office
A of Treasurer of Northumberland county. He
pionii.M H, if elected, faithfully to disehargo ihe du
ties appeitaiiiing to said illicc.
July 3, 1S4I. (iEO. r.ISEI?.
"RLSCLUTIOM HltlTIVE TO THE AME!knMANT OF
THE STATE CO.MSTITITIOV.
"Resolved by the Ornate and louse o f re pre
sentatives in Central Assembly met, That the
Constitution of this Commonwealth I amended in
the thiid section of the second article, so that it
shall H ad as follows :
"That the Governor shall hold his office during
ihreo years, from the thud Tuisday f Januarv,
next ensuing bis election, and shall not be capable
i'f holding it longer than tinislc In in if three
yar, in any trim of nine vears."
' M. A. CRABIl.
Sjitaktr of the House if Keprrsrnfatins.
JNO. II. EW INC.
Sjicaktr of the Senate.
Pennsylvania, M.' 2
Slciietaiit's Oi ri E. 5 ' do brnbv cer
tify that the forego
ing is a true copy of a Resolution proposing an
amendment of the Constitution, which was agreed
to at ihe last session i f tl,e I.c-i.-lature, by a ma
jotity of the members elected to each house, the
original of wt.ich reinuins filed in this ollice; and
in eomplianco. with the tenth article ol the Coiisti
tution of the Commonwealth, I do hereby cause
the same to l e publibbed, as ilircUtd by the ta:d
r IN TESTIMONY whereof, 1
I.. W. J. have hireuuto set my hand and
( J seal of said olfice al liar rial. mg, tins
v- 14lhday i. f Join', IHII.
FRs. If. SHI NK.
Secretary of the Cummomctchh.
Julv 3. 3 m.
rin itsw c-ccrs.
'PHE sul'ftcritier has leeeivt'ti un soitment of
New Gootls, whiih he will (ill on the lowest
terms. June 19. 11. B. MASER.
C umiiilloii and I'orurUnu;
I ESPECTFI LLY informs his friends and the
Merchants generally, that he c. iniinns ii,i
l'ommiioir and Forwarding linsiniss. at l i-wai-hoiisre,
hiot of W illow at. Raihoad, DclawaiC ai.d
Merchants having goods to be sh;pped, will find
it much lo their advantage, as to lime slid prices
of fifight, lo send their merchandise to the Depot,
corner of Front and W illow strict Railroad, as liny
can then be sent either mule by the Tide W uter
Canal, or Schuylkill ami I'nion Canal-, as bo.ts
will arrive and depart d nly lor the Junrala and
Susquehanna Coinds by Tide-water in tow t f steam,
or via Schuylkill and I'uiou (.'anal. Iiom Fun mount
Merchants will please bo particular to send all
gootls destined for either route, lo the large Depot,
corns r of Front and Willow street Railroad, with
directions accompanying them, which route thry
wish them lo be shipped,
I'oarae ami tine Sail and Plaster at wholesale
prices, on ihe Delawaie or Schuvlkill.
Philadtlphia, June lell. ly.
AN unparrllelrd remedy for common Colds,
Coughs, Asthma. Influenza. Whooping Conch,
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the Breast and Lungs,
leading lo consumption; computed of the concen
trated virtues of Hon hound, Bonset, Blood Root,
Liverwort and several other vegetable substances.
Prepared only by J. M. Wijislow, Rochester, New
The innocence and universally admitted pectoral
viilues of tho Herbs from which the li.ihum of
llorehoiinit is made, are too generolly known to re
quire recommendation ; it is therefore only necrssa
ry to observe that this Medicine contains the whole
of their Medicinal properties, highly concentrated,
and so happily combined with several other vrge
table subs'ances, as to render it the most speedy,
mild and certain remedy, now in u-e, f r the com
plaints above mentioned.
Tho Balsam removes all Imflnmmalinn and sme
nrs of the Longs, loosens tough visid phlegm, en
iibling the patient to expectorate with ease and free
dom, iiNFuaers cough, relieves nthinatic and dilli-
cult respiration, heals the injured parts, opens the
pore, and composes the disturbed nerves, and gives
strength lo the tendn lungs, and thus produces a
speedy and lasting cine.
I.toRATtTI'IIE IS THE H AS F.ST cn t M E I Mil.
We are not among that class of Editois who for a
few dollars will, (hI the expense of truth and ho
nesty) "crock up" an article and bring it into rapid
sale ; neither aie we willing to letnain silent, after
having tested the utility of on iwj rovctnent or dif
covery in science or art. Our readers will recollect
we told them we were usiwi II wiih a sore throat and
violvnt cold some few weeks sen. Well, we pur
chased two bottles of WINSLOW'S BALSAM
OF HOREHOL'ND, ond so sudden was the cure,
that we forgot we ever had a cold. Those who
arc afflicted, may try it upon our recommendation.
Levitton Telegraph. For sale by
HENRY YOXTHEIMER, Sunburn,
JACOB BRIGHT, Northumberland.
Also, by Druggists generally throughout the
country. Price, 50 rents per bottle.
August Utii, 1811. ly.
.MACHINE AGAINST TIIK
IMPORTANT TO F A H M E n S.
DAVENPORT'S Improved Patent Threshing
Machine and llor.-e Power, which threshis
hiiU cleans at the same lime an invention for
which Farmers have long looked in vain, and which
renders the above machine perfect and ps-t further
improvement. Those w ho have been waiting for
somi thing hi Iter Ihan heretofore olli red for sale,
w ill find this to be tl o article. Cumc sec it and
jinlco for yoursi lvc.
I lie snl'serilM rs travo purchased the neht of Ihe
above Machine rind Horse Power, (or t!e coun
ties of Noirnii ; bi tniMi, L eoii v, Clinton,
and 1'nion and o!o, the privileges ol vei.dinir
them in any other places for which the light has
not been incviiHi-ly sold.
The advantages which Ihis Machine has over
oil others invent. . I arc many and obvious. One
hoy and three men can i!n all the threshing anil
cleaning ol Hill bushels i.f wheat in one day and
this usually takes seven hands one day ami three
the next. For field threshing it takca the lead of
any thing in this world no grain is scattered or
Surh is the superiority r.f the Horse Power,
that three horses can thre.-h as inucli w ith it as
four can with any other.
The Machines and Hore Power w ill l e sold
tocethrr or scprrale, to suit purchasers. Made and
sold in Milton, bv the sul senders.
WM. II. POMP,
HEN KY FRICK.
Milton, April 17, 1841.
it ; rt7.TMi :. v;. t.v.
THRESHING & WINNOWING MACHINE.
Having had in use, one of D.ivi npori's Patent
Tbri shii g tiiu! W luuiiwirg Machines, stiilleiii;
r pi atv'iik called upon for our opinion in rcgani In
their value, durability and advantages, we make.
Iter to slate, lti.it they incii iI in our opinion, any
Thresh r-g .Mat lui e we i vi r bcfoie witnessed In
Use. 'I I. ev will ll.icsh and clean, fil lor Inaiket
2CU bushi Is of W l eal er day, nli.l tliii with I l.e
uid of line e hands l si, Us the duvrr. Tl.e Straw
is n.-nl iitV Iroin the plain un an incline plane, ex-
tending about 12 bittrom Ihe .Machine. Scarce-
ly a grain 16 lost. W liat is il some ni' oitame
; 1.1. d uiiatly so, is the l.icl that iio,'ui-t l a.-sis from
j the .M idline to the linn who feid' il. The Hor
iower sicnis in I-pirteelion itsell tliri-c liorscs
j ni.. woik it withe.oe ui d llie.i b.slikt gait med
.only be the oid.naiy l..ii(;h p-.,it. We mist
j theerluliy tc coruirii ml tl.e Machine lo Farmers
: tiny aie manufuctuad in Milton ly Messrs. Width
Pomp andFiitk. I 1111. M- lill.GEKT.
JtillN B HELLER
Chilirquaque tsl p., Noil'i'd cu, Mutch 20, 1841.
j DtWIM.i:. t'l.l 'MI! 1.1 Ol M V,
j fBHE SCBSCRIBER .cspcttfully informs the
Si public, that be has removed Iroiu tho lovvu of
l'attini'isa to Ihwville, and that he has purchased
I in that place, ihe Large and Cvnimi-tlicvs
II HI t It. HOI K,
. AT THE CORNER OK MILL AMI Mlllkt.T ST1IKETS,
C Opposite Ihe Cunrt-Hi'U.-.e,J
s r W bieh he has lined up by ihe erection
i C'sV-ft "f ADDITIONAL BlILDINGS. tt,
! J.extensivo STAB LI MS, for the Later-
I tystfainntcnl if Travelleis and V'uiturs.
He is now prepared to accommodate ull who may
favor him with a call, ami he would slate that no
thing in his power shall I left endnne, to render his
customers comfortable and happy while undci his
care. His accommodations are ample, and his room
iuruishfd in modern style, and the proprietor is de
termined thai his Vsliil.libhmrnt shall sustain and
keep up with the crowing lepulation and impoitauce
of the town in which it is loeuti d.
His Tahle will he supplied wilh every lovy of
ihe season, mid tl10 ft,'f and elmieett rar ely the
im r'-! r'.rd. His Bar will be t red wnh
i . t"ie I' ! articles that can be furnitktd by our
eiti3, and the whole will he mill us t g ve satis
faction to every one.
Well knowing that an en'ighifDed pubi c will
alw ays judge f . r ihcm-elves, he li els confident that
will favor bun With tbcir il innate.
SAMl EL A. BRADY.
Danville, Jan. 30. '
sinnAliJl'STlNG I-OG UUAUls
lit Benjamin N. Cisiiwa.
rMIE Subscribers having unha
A vi iiiling and using ihe ulmvt
ad tl e llt;bl for
g anil using Ihe ulmve vuluahle invin.
lion, lor Noiibuiubf ilaud County, oiler l.i Oisposi
of ihe same to pi rsons who muy jcsiie lo pi i, l,,.se.
'J'he above invention u now in op. ration al the saw
mill id" Mr. M'Caity, near Suubury, wlnri it isu
he iuspiited by oin r, of saw mil's and all other
i r.si.d.' E. GOBIN,
March if. SAMl tL GOBIN.
ATTUKNKY AT LAW,
BnsineM sllended to in the Counties of Nor
thuml crland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia.
ItctVr to I
I IIO.MAS 11 AIIT V IJo.,
I-OW FR cV BaRRO,
Hart, (,'rjiiis A. Hart, PhilitJ.
Rr.t.ioLns, McFari.arii 6l Co.
Sruujio, Go on cV Co.,
JCIIITS & CITllrilTGS
WHOLESALE EHOr, BONNET,
Cap and Palm Leaf lint Store,
No. 10 Sovui 4tii Street. I'll ILADELriH A ,
VTrHEREaii extensive asorlment of the abovo
arlicloa aie constantly kept on hand, fur sale
at Ihe most reasonable terms.
May 29. 1841. I y.
MAYS, ELLIOT, LYOW sTc OS2T. "
M iHslt salc 1 :tl'i i.
In Foreign, Hritinh and .liturican liry Goods,
No. 12 Noiim Thihu Stiikft, 1'hilahfi rtn .
''Ol.'NTRY Merchants can be supplied nt all
limes w ilh an extensive assortment of lbs ahovn
(iimds, on the most reasonable and tatisfuctory Urme.
May 20, 1811. 1 v.
AddicltM, ;iiiiiucii V Siiiill:.
WHOLESALE SHOE, CAP,
linnnet and I'aliu Ltnf Hut Warehouse,
No. Iti7 Market Street, above 4 ni Street,
f tOL'NTRY A.erehants are resiertfully requested
S to call arid exomine their extensive assortment,
which thi-v will sell on the most reasonable teims.
May 2l", 1841. 1 v.
TANNERS' OIL AND LEATHER.
I). K I K K V A T 11 1CK & SO N
No. 21, North Third street,
(nETwr.r.N .market AMininxfr streets,)
TTAVE for salea large and excellent assortment
-1 of Spanish Hides, Pat na Kips, Tanners' (Hi,
e., at the lowest market prices, rill cr for cash, iif
ciehange for LeathiT, or upon credit.
Ci'Dsigninenta of Leather irceivrj for Sale, n
ptireliased ul tho highest maiket prices,
fXJ- Leather stoied free of charge.
April 17. 184 1 . ly.
TO COUNTirV mEKCITANTs!
'PHE Subscriber, Agent ol Lyon & Harris, Hut
- Mnniifacturi'rs, for New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore ami other large cities, w lose Hats ore
highly commended f.ir good coLr tihd durability,
bason hand a first rule assortment of IIA'JS nr d
CATS, suitalde for Spring s .le-, wh'cb will be sold
vi ry low, for cash or approved credit, at the tiofui
cheap fforr. No. 40, North Third Micel, cq posite
the City Hot! I. Pbila .lelphia.
ttl.lVER N. THACHER, Agent.
N. B. Orders for Hsls in tlie r,.th. pion t!y
attendeil lo. Tho highest pr.ee in cu.vA or tra.io
piven for Fur kins.
Philadelphia, April 10. ,CV
.nt IIAN'I .. A.c.
S S. Vl..r .'.'It .'.t.
W HOLESALE CRt '. I , . ; o
I'Hoi'i'e k covir.: n ; -.
No. 297, Miuht .'i., .iv (... -
OFFER for sale, at the low.st n. r !.. I prices, a,
geneial tis.'orlnicnl of 'It us, C'-fnf, Sugms,
Mu'lix-rs, Wines, Liquor, Spices, Tobacco, c.
CocNTiir PnonrcK ricelved und sold on commis
sion. Merchants, How l k.cpcis, and oiheis, w i I
find it to tluir advantage to call and examine oi.r
stoik, before purcha-ing ibiwhere. Mcnhaita
wishirg their goods c llccfi! in this city, by I. avu g
an order, will have ihem j romptly lorwarded, ly
the most expeditious lines.
EDWIN F. THICK, JOHN II. IRICK.
Feb. 0, Itjll. I y .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LOOK5EL-
LERs AND sTATItNERS
No. 125 Clicsi.nt Si rett, lc!ow
7 EEP constantly on Inml a general nf rt
i nient cl Books and toliotmrv ; comi'iisins
'Ideological, Law, Medical, Classical. Mi J,elae,e
ous and School Books, liny Burks, till sin s-, l.i.U
vers, do.. Family Bibles, Pocket B bVs, Wiitin
Pners, Wrapping Papi rs, Arc. -e.. which thev i f
ler at the b. s est p. ices to ( 'onu'i v Metchanl's 1'rc
litsioiial (slilleui! n, Ti aeben, and u!l ntderii thu'
may favor il.em with .! eir eu-i. m.
i'hilaili It. lua. Noinl..r7. Iltl. lv.
'J.J v-:s Jl LLj CO LU. ZZ3 t .
siiori.bii JiiiAsi iii; svsti:a
rj'HE Subs -liber has bfi ll a oin ted Aei,l f
-- Ihe above Sys'ein, for Noiil on l-e'l uol Coni tv
which be oilers lor sale lo T.i.l. rswl... in v i'r
sire to possess the leitand latest in p ovi n ei.i ii
the art of cutting part: cut . Tbo to lowing tv.
ci ititicali s a e friun a con ti,.i:if i.f Miicl i'i i 'J',.i
I rs in Pans, who have exaiiui vd t Lie tvs cm, si.
highly oiprove of the same.
Paris, Feb. 2S;h, f 10.
We, ihe undnrsigrrd, menibers of the coinmritt
appoiiilid by Ihe iiiciuImi cou osing the "Philun
thropdic Society" ul Men haul Tailor ol Palis, er r
tif'v that theysti'in ol eiiliiiic. tau.lit bv Thnnri
Olivirof New Yolk, I'lnled Slatis, has leen suli
mittitl to our examination, which svsum we nconi
meiid as the lest that It:. hi rn submittnl lo ti", i
lanh of which we have iiv . n him tins ceriilichti .
M. FROliE, Pi.-sid.nt,
M. I. API I I P.. V Piesi.lcn-
I subjoin a certificate fiom Mr. Cutler of I'a.i
formerly nf Boston, whose reputation is will csla
blished hoih in Europe und in America ;
Mr. Oliver, Dear Sir, ihe nti.inn.ci.d it'oti y. I
have obtained from the Sui ii ly of Master Tailors, i
from the higha&t in this city, and I fully agree n
the opinion, that your system in ihe best that liu
ever been published. Yours truly,
The subscriber continues tho business of TA I
LOh'ING al his old stand, adjoining Rhaw n's s'
in .Sunbury, wheie he will accommodiiic all v. i..
may call upu him in his line of business.
He will icgularly receive the Fashions from Mr
Oliver ot New Yoik, as soon aa iucd. Tl..
Spring 1'usl.ioiu have bci n rricivcj, ami are now
fors4le. WILLIAM DURST.
Sunbury, April 10, 1ML ly
C Ii v a "T i ii.iv ar e T
MANUFACI I'liED and sold by thesulsci:
her in Suubiny, ofilisla.l Tin, ami t!o
woili war ranted, which he oilers for sal at reduce,
cash prices, now as low at rolail a formerly s.dd h
wholesale. Good W'aiei.nj Pols formerly sold a
67, now sl 75 cents; Large Bucket', lormerlv so!
at 75 ami (12, nuw at ii'i and 5(1; Gat..ii Coll'.
Pots, fotioi ily sold at .''Us aud thiei' quart at 50, gov
ut 45 and 'JH cent", and other uM'cl. s of Tin-W a
in propoiiioii. Siovo pipe ai d notes mi.de ai..
kohl clse.ip tor C'.sh. A .
N. B. All pilo us iii.li I i.w ' " t-.h. i'e
ai d who w ih lo sve toUs. aie i.,,uc ,j to c
ami luaka sstislaction, w nhoul tlciay, either wu
cash oi by g'vinn then nolas.
suubury. Apail Id. HENRY M.USLR,