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T'. .,,.. .f,rm. -The limn marina.
li.l.i in th- iv-n yM'in. ha the lariat and hat
eireulau.., of anv !
-nv N-w.paer in I'nion r-ronty.
Frwilom, nalinnsl: Slavery, sectional!
The Signs of ths Times. j
However unwilling sonic nin mav
lie to recognize an iiii!ca.ant fact,
no reasonalile, imellii'iit man, can
shut his eyes to tiie truth that Si.a- j
very is America win. demand tuiikb ;
MOKB CONCESSIONS IX THE l'liESIPEX-1
tial Election' op Ih;o. Since the
annexation of Texas, that dark power
lias been sloadily :ivtinciii, until
now it has every (lciar!tncnt of the
Government uinler il.s control Le-i
islative, Executive, tiu.l Judicial. It
FntsT. That the Foreign Slave
Trade lie put upon the same footing
as the I'oincstie slave-trade that the
importation of slaves into Georgia,
A-c, be allowed as well from Cuba
and from Africa as from Maryland
and Virginia and that the brand of; be estimated from the last previous Siate or
"piracy" ou that very lucrative and j National vote. This would give us, I sup
respectable business be taken off. The j p0e, a body of ftO, fit), or 75 men. Districts
test vote in Congress, at the late ses-1 p.dlin; Hit) or sou votes would then have
Kiou, OU that subject, sltowed more j what they are entitled to more votes than
men in favor of African free trade in those with half the vote. This is the system
slaves, than at first advocated the ex- Lancaster and other counties have adopted,
tension of the slave power by Stealing ' an1 everywhere they are coming into the
Texas. Slaves are constantly impor-' sa,ne rli,n- Such a convention would be
ted from Africa, ns proved" by the niUl"h 'arger, more enthusiastic, and more
"Echo" and the "Wanderer" trials ;! P"Pular- 11 woultl sP"r "P -ach township
and Southern Juries under oath and borough to get out its whole vote every
will not convict the undoubted viola-1 'ear anJ ,n ' order to keep or in-
tors of theblaiti law airainst them.
The Slave-l'owcr at Washington will
not agree to such a mutual right of
search for slavers as is required to re-1
deem our plighted faith to the world
to put down that infamous traflick. j
Large associations are formed in the
South, for the purpose of nullifying I
the law against the African Slave
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1 rade in form as it now is in fact.
They intend to secure men in power j
under whom that law will bo a dead
L'tfot. If if ij rtrxt rnrs.s-1 loll
Secon d. Thev will demand Con-
pressional intervention in favor oft fe tattaw.ssa Kailro.d, last week.
Slavery in the Territories. The de-. A fire in Pittsburg, Saturday last, de
lusion of "Potiular Sovreiirntv" hav-; stroyed ten steamboats, and it is feared
ing served one cud in the 'election of
Buchanan, but nanny; failed of the !
subjugation of Kansas as was likewise I The ISellcfonte papers record the rob- John Young, the oldet Merchant in
desired by the Dark Power, they now bcry of seven stores in Milesburg, and the Sunbury has sold out his home and store
turn about, and will be content with ; stealiug of two horses in Centre county, i r0uln t0 j. Weiser Uassler, for 53,850,
iioiiiing snori ui a pruiiiiiu tun ui any j
right in any lerritory to keep out or! lr" lue c"es-
toabolish Slavery. Having procured I Judge Vonilersmith, of Lancaster, was
from their Supreme Court, and from last week convicted for forging land war
their President, an endorsement of : rants to a large extent, some years since,
the dogma that "the Constitution of, H was setitenced to twenty year's impri
the U. S. CARRIES Slavery into the sonment, a fine of five thousand dollars,
Territories," they now take another! and make restitution to tb (internment
step, and declare that the same U. S. : tn the amount of thirty thousand dollars.
Constitution protects Slaverv there, ; lu is forty-six years old. It is a good
in spite of "Popular Sovreignty." 15u-! th,Dg ,0 see even one rich rascal punished,
chanan's new organ, The Coxstitc- j The Republicans of Bradford county
TIOX, occupies this ground distinctly. ; nominated Wm. C. Bngart, G. II. Wat
Its echoes, North and South, are pre- kins, and Jas. II. Webb, Delegates to the
paring the public mind for the same i State Convention, and denounced any at
dezradation by cautiously advocating tempt to make the State Convention sub-
a "kcbmission ot t lie whole oceptkix
to the SUPREME CoI'RT" that is, to !
the five slave holders, whose opinions , A. M. Coe is appointed Postmaster at
in favor of slavery no one doubts!' Lock Haven, vice T. M. Caller.
(We might as well '"submit the whole j The number of merchants and dealers
question 'of Temperance to live mve-, returned to the Treasurer of Chester
terate topers, as to "submit the whole j county this year, as subject to license, is
question of Slavery" to the five 'Dred j -4-ir,. The number last year was 396,
Scott" men sooner trust a pack of ! showing an iucrcase of 50.
Punishing dogs with our dinners !; j Tho corDer.s,,-infi of the new Ger Ruf.
Gov. isc of a., has lately written j cIlurchi sbove lilUcinJi wiU be Iaid on
a twenty-eight column letter, in which j sutJday, 15th of May.
he conies to the honest conclusion 1 , , ... .
that ",opular soreigntv" is a humbug, j . A MM T alley town-
j J ., ,, ship, Montour county, by Peter k. Sny-
and that tho V i mot 1 rov.so is right U' A,fred u
m priiic.p.e .or e u.j: . ,? urn. v,.,.,-.
nr0 c-hsts.U inlni-rnrfl" tn tDIni?T :
of Slavery in the Territories, lhe;
wholcSouth Administration and Up-
position il running a race iu t-' ,t was snot by Mr. Snyder. It fell to the
which can sustain this doctrine most1 ground completely stunned, but, after re
plausibly and forcibly. Iouglus ; covering, whipped two Iar?e dogs. This
himself, it is believed by many, while j is the second wild cat, kiiled in Valley
retaining his own views, will soon : township this spring,
announce his willingness to surrender, : PaTid ManDi one of the 0,jMt citjMni
unreservedly, on the pretext of sub-j at i;ejrord, died a few days ago. lie
mission to the Supreme Court I , w Auditor General of the State under
Third. The annexation of Cuba I Gov. Siicltz, and filled other important
will be made a greater "necessity" public stations, and was considered one of
than ever, since the failure of Ducha-! the most prominent and talented men of
nan to obtain Thirty Millions of Pol- that day.
lars, to be used by him secretly for j Funeral Pbocessiox On Monday
that object. Cuba is much nearer last, we witnessed a large and solemn fu
ours, now, than Texas was at the first j ncral procession, pass our office, bearing
effort. The cunning Southern mani-; to its last resting place, tbe remains of the
pulators of the Democratic wires are ' wife of Edward Crompton, pastor of tbe
actively arranging all their plans, . Primitive Methodist Church. The pro
and having the Convention inCharles-j cession was headed by tbe Church Choir,
ton, the hot-bed of Fro-Slavery Xulli-; chanting the solemn announcement, that
fication, are prepared and determined be deceased bad departed to "that bourn
to mould and knead the Dough-faced ' from "bence no traveler has e'er jet re
party into exactly the shape they de I turned." Danville intelligencer.
pi re satisfied that, now, there is no- Charles Gass was removed from the
thing too mean or wicked for the county jail to the residence of his father
word "Democracy" to commend to j in Sunbury, by a hnUas corpus. Kccog
the votes of "their white'slavcs at the , nizance was entered into for 810,000 for
North!" " his appearance at next ConrL On account
The Republicans of the Union of ,0 injuries under which he is suffering
will oppose each of these schemes. ! from th drunken spree in which a knife
They will be the only power to thwart j uged 11 wai thought proper to remove
these "rule or ruin" politicians with j ",m-
whom Human Oppression is the one ' . Special Election. On account of
r,A nf r.TiBt.noe. A rnnn.l nnrt nf , tie vote between Peter Hanselman, Mar-
theso flags the whole nation must j
rally. Uod or Mammon Kiglit or
Wrontr Anti or Pro-Slavery there
is no middle ground. The Cowboy
plea of "submission to the Supreme
Court" will not avail, for that is mere
ly a branch of tho Slave Power, and
th People make Presidents and Su
preme Courts. Jt will be for the
voters directly to decide whether
Slavery shall advance, or shall ret
bourape. "Trust in God and keep
your powder dry," is our advice for
The Packer paper at Ilarrisburg, states
that Forney and his friends all aided tbe j
Democrats in the recent election in !
Pbilad.. and significant!, .st, if .1,. .,,'.
ltd DMMoracy can not carry Philad., how
awful mart be their defeat when d'mukd ?
-Jasl so !"
FOR THI T CU1CU.
Afl Improvement proposed.
The object of all conventions is to get as
. . -ti.L : - 1 .. t . L f ,
j ncar s posstuie me minus 01 u,c uic mi
! " tney act, uut who can no. an asseiomc
J inyeihrr. As an inevitable conseuuence. the
t . .
- nu inner 01 ueieeates acting snouiu oe uisiri-
baled iu a equal a proportion as
aiming those for whom they act
Uut it has Ion; appeared to many that our
county nominating conventions are not found
ed upon this jut and equitable principle. In
our State and National Conventions, counties
or states are represented in proportion to
theii constituents, and why should it not be
so aiming us T
Our conventions, comprising only two 1x0m
every township whether large or small, are
little bodies, without much interest or influ
ence, and their lewdness in number gives more
chance for bargain, intrigue, or corruption,
'.... .1... n..tn Ih.ra r. In h unarate.l
, unull , ., bc ,,. and lhns lhe
people are often thwaned in their desires. I (Jen. Jn0- Potter, formerly of Lewis
Foi these reatous, allow me to urge upon town, has been elected Mayor of l''on du
our Mantling committee the propriety ox call
ing our nett convention upon the basis of two
delegates from every district, and then giving
one additional delegate to each forevery frac
tion of twenty-five or fifty voters over fifty, to
crease ,ne,r Power '" counlv conventions.
At the same time, the smaller districts would
as they always do-be able to take good
care of themselves. The plan is certainly
just and honest, and let us try it one year.
Xrujs items from (Ptljcr Counties.
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...-"TP ' ('.hatreh; " J
Hhoile Island, but a leading member of
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d)ei ast week rf wddcnlj Id New York
city, in the prime of life.
Several families of Mormons parsed over
lUt '!,e steward and two hoys perished on
- - ..m di-v-iu kv uo ciivauiug uui ;
"'"""y ' any -auouai voovenuon or
fcet jn ,en th nd ,w0 feet in faei The
Aril. nil viaa firt A i c n tj j mil n on t iha Karn
pf j H M and being closely pursued
by , dn(Ji took refugc np on a (ree when
tin K''nr and Wm.R. Punham, at Nor-
tbumberland, for Councilman, a special
election was held on tbe 2nd inst., at
which Peter Hanselman and Wm. R.
Dunham were candidates. Th former
received 114 votes and the latter 40.
Mrs. Bagiola, the mother of Mrs. Sick
les, was formerly a resident of Sunbury.
She was born at Croton Falls, West Ches
ter county, N. Y., her maiden name b
ing Cooke. At tbe age of fourteen sb
was adupted into the family of Alooza
Deponte, in New York, an Italian cele
brated for his literary and musical acquire
ments. Mr. Deponte came from New
York to Sunbury, where he resided for
'everal years, in tbe bouse at the corner
of 5Iket td Deer streets, now occupied
DJ r.awara Uass, at wbich time Mum
Cooke resided with him. Upon the re.
turn of lb Deponte to New York, Mis
Cooke married an Italian oiusi teacher
i by the name of Bagiola.
UNION COUNTY STAR
Re. D. J. Wallek, Pastor of tbe first
Presb) teriau Church of Hlooinsburg met
with a serious acciduut ou last Sabbath
week, at Oraiigevillt-. Iu assisting to uu
hitch the horses from his carriage, at the
Church, whither he had gone to preach,
be was severely kicked on the side by one
of tbe horse. We are gratified to learn,
that bit injuries were not internal, tod
that be il recovering from bis wounds.
Damages. The suit between Benja
min Hendricks and the Northern Central
Itailroad Company, for damages done to
the property of tbe farmer by tbe con
struction of tbe road of tbe latter, was re
moved from Northumberland county to
tbe Court of Common I'leas of Schuylkill
county. The case was tried before a jury
J at Sunbury, and damages of $0000 awar-
; ded. The case wag then removed to
Schuylkill county by the Company, and
. iliA Jam.n.. tnonrrn.l IB OTA rfi(IUCtd tfl
The Steamboat has run ashore opposite
Sunbury, and causes much inconvenience.
A novel proceeding says the Lancaster
(I'a.) Espre novel at Ica9t in this
State took place iu the Court of Com
mon I'leas, ou Saturday. Catharine Zel
lers, a German woman, made formal ap
plication, and was sworn and admitted as
a citizen of the United Slates. Some
think she is one of the "strong-minded,"
and is getting ready to vote in "tbe good
time coming;" but tbe more probable
supposition is tbat she wants to sell "red
eye," and has taken this preliminary step
towards applyiug for a license.
Pr. Pesbler, assisted by Prs. Smith and
Ilillibish, amputed the leg of Miss Kliza
belb Mover (of Millheim) spraining
BboTe tl,e Bnklu aout 17 Juars "6. nd
then again about 7 years ago, made ampu
tation necessary. Tbe patient was put un
der tbe influence of chloroform, and when
awakened, would not at first believe that
amputation had been performed. Dr. D.
performed the operation in less than 2
The dry weather, last of April and first
of May, caused many fires in the woods,
which darkened the atmosphere, and in
some cases destroyed a large amount of val
uable lumber and other property.
A horse, stolen from Michael Shcadlo.
j of Nippenose Valley, was bitched to the
roadside for some purpose, when be broke
oose BI)J returned home' dra
him a lan;e post.
au(j retires trom business.
Gov. Packer has signed tho bill passed
by the late Legislature, authorizing tbe
Courts of Common Pleas to change the
names of persons. It is a great pity that
some court on earth could not be invested
with power to change the nature, of indi
viduals. Thr would b work for such
The real eetafe of et-Gov. David II.
Porter at Ilarrisburg, consisting of tbe
large furnace, bis dwelling bouse on Mar
ket street, and other valuable property,
was advertised to be sold last week by the
Sheriff. The sale was stayed. The per
sonal property was sold.
A police officer named Cunningham shot
a man named M'Crory, a tobaconist in 7th
street, below Lombard, Philadelphia, on
Friday, fur refusing to go with him ; the
policemau having a warrant for his arrest
on the complaint of his wife. The unfor
tunate man drew a knife with which he
cut bis tobacco, and threatened the officer,
when the latter drew his revolver and shot
him dead. The officer was committed.
lioDY Found. The body of an un
known man was recently discovered lodg
ed at the head of Coyer's Island in tbe
Susquehanna river below Sunbury. The
deceased bad no marks of violence about
his person. There was nothing about
him by which he eould be .identified ; be
was apparently from 25 to 35 years of age,
about 5 feet 8 inches high, of ordinary
build, black hair, and a fine set of teeth,
several scars were on bis left arm ; had on
a pair of dark pants, vest, roundabout and
a pair of boots; on bis person was found
a silver lepine watch, CO cent in silver,
and two lock keys.
J-Dr. D. II. B. Brower, of the late
American, having returned from Danville
to Butler eounty, was complimented with
the publie presentation of a gold watch
from his personal friends.
Sensible. The Governor of Louisiana
has refused to appoint any Delegate to
that annual sectional farce, tbe "Southern
Convention," and the Governor of Geor
gia it is believed will do the same. These
conventions would be pronounced "trea
sonable'' at the North, and will now prob
ably die of self-disgust at the South,
which is really not afraid of the North,
DOT don it ntl (oc daro to diaaolva the
B&.Last accounts from Pike's Peak em
igrants generally represent great suffering
from starvation, and desperate prospects
ahead. Others, however, still encourge
the movement, probably intending to or
ganize tbe disappointed and reckless gold
seekers into marauding bands for the in
vasion of adjacent parts of Mexico.
Another. The people of Connetticnt
having defeated Wm. D. Bishop in his
hope of re-election for Congress, James
Buchanan has made him his Commission
er of Patents 1 Thus, for the people to
condemn is for the President to honor.
John Doherry, a Dem. member of the
State Senate, from New Ytrk city, died at
Albany tf Wednesday the 20tb inst, the
day after the Legislature adjourned. lie
was a man of intemperate habit.
Enlisting roa Cuba. W observe
by Southern papers that recruiting agents
are traveling through tbe South endeav
oring to enlist men for expedition against
Cuba and in many instance with con
Two Irishmen, M N'amee and Finn,
were hung on FriJjy last, in Chicago for
& LEWISBURG CHRONICLE-MAY R JS-jl).
The Cuban tirvoiuMcmlsl Kmiunira.
A few weeks ao, a j.mrnal in New
York announced, with a great fl.iuri.ili,
tbat a "band of patriots had started Ir.mi
had started irnin
this couutry for Cuba, and that the tint
news would show that the island was iu a
lews wuuiu ouuw
state of insurrection. Tbe public have
waited patiently for the news of this re-
, . r , . , r n
volution, but every arrival from Havana
showed a most provoking fUictude in pun-
tical affairs. Yesterday, however, a toe
graph despatch brought intelligence of the
revolutionists, and the result of their pa- :
triotic enterprise. A filibuster schooner ;
arrived at one of the ports and attempted
I to land thirty-five men, but fortuLe did
not favor tbe brave. Tbe boat was swamp
ed and the heroes returned with wet jack
ets. The schooner then sailed for Ilayti,
the ezDeditiouists not meeting with that
sympathy from the inhabitants which they
. , . t. . i
expected, and the f-pan.sh s'eameri , of
war bet tit? nuick in permit. l!y the last
accouuts, the "patriots" were in a desti
tute condition at llajti, the American
Consul having refused them any assistance.
We can scarcely imagine any more stupid
adventure than such enterprises a. , hi,
A well-appointed army would probably
find some difficulty in taking Cuba, guatd-
ed as it is bv sea and land. For a hand
ful of men to make such a venture seems
like the highest of foolhardy daring or
madness. It is probable, however, that
(he individuals engaged in it have been I
deceived by tbe falsehoods of the Cuban
Junta, a band of heroes, who, from their
safe and comfortable refuge iu New York, !
are continually putting forth false mani
festoes of the progress of the revolutionary
feeling in Cuba, and persuading heedless :
young men, and persons of desperate for
tunes or love of adventure, to embark in .
such crazy undertakings. The unfortu-
nate ending of all these fiilibustor expeJi-
tions ought to teach a lesson of wisdom
and put an end to the folly and crime in-,
volved in tbe undertaking. 1'Uil.Leiljer. j
Kentucky. The campaign was open- I
ed in Kentucky, lat week, at Lebanon, 1
where the two candidates for Governor :
met aud addressed the people. Bell, 1
Opposition candidate, took the m ist ultra
pro-slavery ground. He took up these i
two questions: 1st, Has Congress the
constitutional power to protect slavery iu
tbe Territories ? 2d, Ought Congress to
interfere to protect Southern prnperty in
slaves in tho Territories 1 and answered
both squarely in the njjirmotler, asserting
tbat it was tbe bounden duty of Congress .
to protect, not only against any actual '
probibitiom, but against any "unfriendly
legislation" on the part of a Territorial !
Legislature. He, and ihuao who support .
bim, are tbe men who ask us to give up -tbe
Republican organization and unite ,
with them in electing a President of their j
own kidney in I860 '. rittJiinj Gazette.
Letcher and Gogpin, tho two candid- '
atcs for Governor of Yirginia,are also both !
trying to see wbich can be the hottest in
defence of Slavery and Goggin's friends
talk about fooling Republicans into a "Un- j
ion" in a Presidential Convention !
fttTAnd Netherlaod, the Opp. nominee
for Governor of Tennessee, "out-IIerods
Herod" in bragging up Slavery and abuse
against its disbelievers. Ho is tbe brute
that created that great excitement in tbe
Presbyterian church by his barbarous
whipping of his slaves behind tho meeting
house. He deserves a Xethcr-laml vote !
Killing, no Murder. The Sickles
trial has resulted in tbe acquittal of tbe
prisoner, and be is congratulated in the
most extravagant terms by counsel, jurors j
and witnesses, as if he bad dono a very
commendable act. Tbe fact gnes to show
how little human life is regarded in this
fast age. Whether society will be im
proved by this departure from the strict
principles of law and justice, remains to
be seen. If every injured husband and
wife should, by this sort of encourage
ment, be induced to take tbe law into
their own bands, there is a fair prospect
..1 i a -.- hiicic fiic ii i mi aic if lipoma n, Jacr.
tbat the population of oar large cities ; Slraw Braid anJ IrfhlrD B(XXKXSi also'
will in a short time be considerably rc-1 a larKe stock of HATS and FLATS of vari
duced. ! uus sizes and shapes.
Sinee Ilcrbert and Sickles, each of
whom shot down and killed a man in
broad day and before several witnesses, in
Washington, have been found "not guil
ty" of tbe crime of murder, some have in
ferred that the right to kill any obnoxious j
ind iviiltiaiT to tmnnd tliA fr I ir I tier a nn
fe.rl h, .ha, Ponalifntinn nn )etoeee !
J - " " .
Members of Congress. Whether the
sam rule would apply
same ruts woum appiy in a itepuoucan
i i 7 r .
Congressman, is not so well settled, such
a ....a. ant ..a .-J
A V ashineton correspondent of tbe .
Tribune, sneakine of the acnuittal of Sic- i
It may now be reearded as
settled that while Mr. Crawford is Judge,
no member of Congress can be convicted
of a criminal offence."
.There hat been no karder-rcorked :
man in public life these many years, than I
Wm. H. Seward. A journey to Europe, I
as hit only chance for relaxation from '
crushing personal, political and profes-1
sional cares, has been long hoped for by
bim, and last Saturday bo entered ship at
New York for that purpose. He was i
honored with an immense and enthusiastic
eacort who called him out in a SDeech in !
escort, who called bim out n a speech, in
which he Btated that while be should seek '
for a time to forget all anxieties, his love I
for the great cause of tbe good of man-j
kind, at home and abroad, was undimin-1
ished, but that he Uft it. defence and ad- j
vance, nere, in good bands. Ho antici
pate! returning in the fall, and we trust
will come with plenty of healthful vigor
for twenty yean more of official labors.
A Western writer says the number of
persons going to Pike's I'cak is "getting
to be a serious matter."
! STATE CONVENTION,
! T!ie citizens "f Philadelphia and the sever
al e. unities of tins Coinmoiitt'eailh ail;i.-i--d to
' ,1... Pennte's oarle. anil all others who are ip-
.,.,,, ., .,,,. anA ,x,ra. ,,g..t me n-
ores of the National Administration, aie re-
"' ' uVlegaie-.. lal "' number to
teir representation in the t.ener.il Assembly,
, a .invention t. be hel,! at H.kkisbi m.
Wn.v.sn.r th: Hm Ji .u. is.v.i, to nmni-
nate randidates for Auditor tSeneral and Sur-
, ,( b v,Pll for aI lhe (ieneral
j Eleciion in next (letuher.
IIK.XUV M. FI LLER, Chairman.
B. Msn, St-eretttrtf.
I The Standing Com ni itlee of I. Tnion coun
ty are invited u meet at the Rullaloe House,
l.eivisbursj, at 1 o'clock, I'. M.. on Tuesday
of May Court. (I71li.) Intake sin-li action as
may be deemed necessary relative to lele
gales In the State Convention at Ilarrisburg.
ami also to con-ider the railing of the usual
County Nominating Convention. The Com
Messrs. O. N. Worden, Ceo. P. Miller, Ar
chibald Thomas, Ahram Fridenck. Michael
kleckner. II. K. Sanders. Stieni Spieelmver.
Samuel Swenjle, J, is. I. Forev. Conrad shec-
klrr, J;imes lrlun m. P. Uuugal, James
a MPTTIM: nf tt. KYce.itive Commiltep
l f'lh'e ( ((,((J r,y .ricultuml .wiry
be held at the office cd J. A. Mkbti. in
; r,.slunt. J. A. M Kit I Z. ser'y.
i The Committee are the following persons : ;
I u I.. 'I'l.... u.k.. SI..I Ivitler. J:iroh
(i. Rrown, F. Wilson. David Watson, W illiam
Naile. John M'Call. Isaac Ever, Wm. Rule, I
J. A. Mertz. J. M. Linn, R- H. Laird, V. I. j
Linn, It. V. B. Liucoln, A. Frederick.
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An appeal will he heM at the rfTlce of lhe
Treasurer in Lewisburg on Saturday the 4th
day of June next, between lhe hours of tea
and two o'clock. JOSEPH CRKKN.
Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes for 1859
Lewisburg, May 6, IS.VJ
M I L L I N E II Y ,
A LUMKV KAMI STOKK.
VMWIM L. Zl BER respectfully
informs the citizens of Lewishnr and
vicinity, that she has opened an extensive
Millinery and Fancy Store in Porter's Hlock,
on Xorth 2d St.. near the Riviere House,
L. l. r i x- ...
DKEsS TRIMMINGS of every color, and
tbe n..wet fftylen, alio Drew SlrTe BwuiueK. Birtha, or
Mantle Pattern, at her utore. A1m a variety of KM
IIKiltllKI'.Y. urh a Collar, sweeten. I'lxum-tnir. Infant
b.al.ll.-e. Inserting and Kdgea all of wliich will tie wU
Havin? made my purchases in both New
York and 1'blla.l.lphia. I Salter myself that ihnw deal-1
feml In thu pltww.
' m. ,SO V"V"i to do all kinds of
Hl.KALillMl pueh Near-eliran. Hr.nl and Straw
Bonuen.witiiOent" Bojrs'iiati,an.ictiiKiren'i Boneu
ir,T,nit mem a new
ir,inir them a neana of a,.pear.Dr never before at-
xari br milliner, in mi .euUD uf country.
Dresses MADE UP at the shortest notice
aa,iOu.-tion u anjr peraoD favoring
ana la tfa. nmt approved ntj la warranted to ffive full
e aim Ueir patro-
"l1. 1!,at. I hiy rylhins; nsually
eallelt for in a Ladie' l-'anea Brora, .n.l th. I . . I
f-.re burchajtine elaawh.M
Lewisburp, April 20, 1859.
A New Business in Central Fenn.
To the public in general 'J) Milliners in particular.
jj-'ji, The undersigned would respectfully
Winform the dwellers in Lewisburg and
ICva'snrrounding country, that they have
Straw flat . Itonnct Itlcachiug
and TRESSING establishment in this town,
where we are prepared to execute all work
entrusted to our care. Having had 14 years'
City, and being acquainted with the most ,
cousiaui experience in ine nns, iipss in fit, a. i
al'l,rov1 process of Bleaching, we are confi-
,h 5U't ,hSe h, R'Ve US !
heir custom. By devoting time and attention :
' r business, performing work neatly and
. 7 """'"l"'" p" "r.c"11' I
.. c ami. iiniur
r i vrB , a ave-j-miw and ,
, "r work" s done in City style and at the
will find it to their advantaze to deal with
We intend to make it a rale to finish and
deliver all work during the week it is received,
provided we gel it ou or before Tuesday
JOHN H. M DANIEL & CO,
St Jntin St hetween tth and Un, near .1. W. Shriner's.
Ii: tSr.t. Blank Leaves for Landlord '
j and Tenant,for sale at Ihef 'hruniclt office
I KE.Nf II HI Kit
ifr'vY Tf.r uii'lrrtiL'nri kpys ron
j' f sintiliy on han.r trtnrft tturrt or
"ttrrrvjiJ ill s'es, and Ittrnisben every ar-
restored bv the intltiti' Ira.le.
Complete 'sallslaction guaranteed lor every
articie sold. MMli-rs who prefer the solid
Hurr, I.yuivin4 to 0 mouths' notice, can
have their i-r-ler.s execuied at the quarries in
France. A i.lirss W M. II. KEFNKK.
Ajiril I, If.'iDmfi llurribur '... I'a
New Hotel ia Mifflinburg.
tB 'I'll E subscriber wotiM lespectfully in
j.' ' l- rin the Traveling Public every" here,
that be has laken and hue. I up tbe premise!
of (Seore Schorh, in the centre of
MAIN STREET. MIFFLINBURG.
where he is prepared to accommodate stran?
ers ami travelers men and beasts in the
best manner, with Board and Lodging.
Please e;ive me a call.
Ap.1,'59 CHARLES CROTZKR.
p panrille. Milt n, Muncv. M'l
I sunhnrv X..n!iumlerland s
w "I U n
in Le ihui" have b. ui'lit iheir II VI 'S and
CATS at .il soli's Emporium i f Fahn.n
ttiihin the fasi year, and are urzmj their
Iriends to do likewise. Always a line assort
ment of latest styles on hntid, very cheap, at
HAT MAX! FACriiKV, I.EWISRCKti.
A I Ml X I S T I A T O K "S SALK OF
T N pursuance of an alias order of the Or.
X phans Coiiitol .Northuinbenan i county.
me undersigned w ill expose to I'ubiic Salr.on
MiltllKlay, May 'i. 1S!. "n 'he prem
- ise, all that certain TKACT OF I.A.XU late
lhe estate of Lt nwin Frti-inou, dt-e'd, situa
in ChillismiaMtie township, about two and
half miles horn Lewist.ur?, and the same
' distance Irom Milton, adjoiinns lands of John
j liest, Thomas Allen, John (iucktr and others,
i ill AGUES,
more or less, about .r" a. res of which are
cleared and under a eood state of cuitiv.-cn-n.
-The Lnproveiiii-nts consist of a tiOOjf
xi Ithlt'K lliiL'si: lately erected Jmviii?
t a i.ever-i.ii!m...U e;l near the door wnh a Cuinp
! in il, a Itiink llill ll. -il o new, n rh other
Ouibiiildinxs. Also a TENANT IIOI'SE and
I Sprnii of -M.-d Water near it. 'I here isjJj
an OIM'IIAKD of bearing Apple Trees-C
u Use Farm.
j Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A Sf of said
dav, when terms w-i:l be nin.le kn.-wn bv.
! jo.-lth m. N'.:i:rr.
Mac 'J, lia Administrator
! IhUaalUc arm fur clc!
M-. ti :.(i;i ,!:m. Hic lib it" Juno
: next, a 'J'i.m'I i I I.A.NiJ Miuale hi Kr.i 1 1,
. L ii iuti "o., cfiiitamtn
! v-y acuks.
i or !hf-reahuuis, on winch are erectei! two J
, L.'L- DW KI.I.1.(. Ho!'Lfatnl a Ham
SprniL' H -ue am iher buiMing. anil two
; U t-ii of Waif r in ih Farm
j Alfiit hup hunJrecl arrts if lhe said
j ZL trart are cleareii an. I under a Rood state
; ut cultivation. The balance of the tiact is
j Tins f.anj is situate,, in a zood neihhor
hi.od aiwl is attout hall" a mile north ol th
I pnl-Iu: rtad leadn in 'in Milton tn llrusii Val
i Icy and 'J rrnni Lt-msliurir.and adjuins IjipN
l f John IJtTinase, Laird Huuard, lanicl ,
I Kautinan aud JJavid Kelly. )
1 faid Laud wU be sold as lhe property of
I Ai.kaiifh M I.KSTKR. tlereard. Terms of,
; sale made Ulowu on dav nf sale hy 1
Af-ministrater w ith the V:!1 ain.eied
KHly Tp, .May ', IS.VJ '
loi: salt:. !
t I)i:slKAl;l.K ICiiililiiiu I.ol.":l feel :
feet Iroiit by tttep. Kmpure of j
Leaver, Krerner & M'Clure. '
FOR SALE OR RENT !
' r ' T
TWODorULE FRAME HOI"
and Lots-, each stiiialde forjLLi
two lamihes one on ZWih Fourth street am!
w . , . e . 11 ia v
one on M. John Mreet, for sle. Hallot each
of the above Houses are fur Rent.
t'Also, for sale, f.-ur Huildim? LoN on
North K.f.h Mreet. JOHN IIOLUHTO.N.
LewusburPJan. 20. 19. A.t nt
- - -
flHE well known Till crii Sf ami f"-
at the rat end of the l.ewi.sburci.Li
nridge, in i hillisquaque lowntiip, .v.rtti it
Co. It will be sold on reasonable terms.
Inquire of WILLIAM FRICK.
I.ewisbursr, Pec. 17, lS.'iS.
I TIHE residence of the subscriber, on trwV
I Market street in the Borough oljLai
: Lewisbnr?. The htnse is of BKIUK, ell
j finished in every respect.
Terms One half to be paid between this
and the first day of April net; the balance
j to be paid in two, three or 6ve years, as may
suit the buver. Possession siven any time.
A RESIDENCE on North Third street,
it be i n i a Half Lot of lironnd, aei.h-a" I
a comfortable Two-Storey Brick House, fiaine
aMr. d Well -f Water, and a vane.y of
Inquire of J. B. M LAl'UHLIN, Agent.
Lewi.hur. ,k-toWr is. is:.s. tf
rMIE subscriber offers for sale that large,'
new, modern built, double brick house, '
nearly opposite the new Presbyterian church,
adjoining the residence of Dr. Hayes. The
house is butlt in the best style, rat-proof, and
well guarded against fire. A good Well of
Water, and Cistern of never-tailing water. '
Terms made easy, and will be known on an-
plication lo JONATHAN NESB1T.
Lewishurg, Ang.6, 18.S8.
miin THO KiMHIi. nccunie,) at nee.
j sent oy nasningron nutchinson as a
Saloon. They are suitable for IOl'S.
For Terms apply to
Jan. 87. I8f8, JOHN B. LINN.
... . - .. '
BRICK FOUNDRY FOR SALE.
The suhscriheroflcrs toseil lhe
-jl.i a- , .l
Llfesajend of Market street, mcludin".
fri-'-ithe Wareroom, oilice. and the
Nahi"ery atlached-also a larSe amount of
palttrs for Patent Richts for Asncultural
Ma, h.uery.Stoves. Ac. It is regarded as one
f the best locanons for a g-od.saie business.
The Proprietor's time is wholly engrossed in
j another employment, which is the reason he
desires to dispose of this Foundry, fcrany
luriher particulars, address i
WILLIAM FKICK. Lewisbnrg, '
Feb. 1S58 I nion Co. Pa
F O li S A L E .
tV. Half Lot on Market ft., opposite
S. Hitter's residence, wilh a good Well of Wa
ter and new Stable : verv desirable for a busi-
ness stand, or residence, (or both combined.)
-4lM," other Lots, some with and some
without Buddings. JOHN LOCKE.
Lewisbnrg, Oct. t, IB 7.
FREEBURGER & BRO.'S
t.vi . it I.IMI i s;vr
1 1 AS liecn removed to Beam's Brit
1 1 lilock, on North Third sneet.
Ir.on Market, hrre they are prepared u, 4
ail kinds of woik in Iheir line on it.e shor,
Orders and innirifs from n'iglit'jr
tow ns promptly attended to. ' 3
1'leae call and examine our lar?. asrn.
meni of Futures of the rao:l ap; no.ej 4). ,
All work warranted. Also Strain -.
I in?; done to order. I.ewisbuis, April 1. 53
TIO the Citizens of LewMhorr and rirjnj
1 i:. I.. ISim-N has remove.! h,. liarr.',
Shop Jrom the Kivtere ll,n-e 10 Market st,,..
basement of Widow Anions' buiiiliny, (,rJ
door above the Tost Olfire. Thankful lor,'
pat lavors, he h-pei to merit a eori'.n,ualtt
of the puuiic patronage.
all wfio Tarry hew till th-tr ' arl rrw Ir rtw
-nt nttnf-, i hh! mm l-arln r -r
1 1.11 ii.Mfl , hi- r,u tn. r t-t-(jJ.
t-i- n, rzor? rrirp mi tM-iBin-r fc.on,
Je Wilbur?, -April 1, IK.'j'i.
Auttiua an4 I uniiaiNiua Hons? m LrsNbBrx
'..LlluilS-Iloairr havinpleen ar-piur.tr j
sole Auctioneer tor l.ewisl.i.r?, is preparp.1 -(,
attend lo all calls in his line in oa at.J
In April nrji. I intend to(p.n r-n Market
Mreet a R om for the rccepu. n. ai. l the
at slated limes, of all kind, of ti. ...s at Auc
tion. Any one wishing todispo.e of anv arti
cle can deposit it u iih me and 1 wilt sell -t u
the best a lvantace I can and charge a m
for the same
:, 1-.VJ F A Uri.NEIIO'.l Elt
V'-'TH'K is LtTt-ltt siveil.tliat Letters
1 v of A-lministration on the L-!a:e f
il.l.l.. 1A1L, lateol Martler t..u., Pf
Lnion county, decM. have teen Brat.te.l t,, tj,t
under-ttjned bv the liegister ot I nn-n c-ur.'?
in due lonn ot law ; therefore, all person :n'.
debted lo said estate are requested to rt:ai,
immediate pa wnent.and those havti:? any "j-t
claims are aNo requested to present uroi.e.
gaily authenl.cated lor settlement.
SAM I LL I'. TATE.
Hartley. March 14.
.s a mi ii. ii.
tftoiiicy al law.
OFFICK cm S. .nth Sc-m', near MaiketN.
All I rr!V'Hi...a. Uuii.e rn trusted to
his rare will be fau.ila!!v anJ yn uipily an--
m:ri rarnr, ir
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tirui.ie duM--es. do oL h.-.irnle u, ri-. n-m.ud it j a
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The alitor . f tl.e i -m' 7 -V .,. h - ln th.
trii.-. 1 ti ltt ,-r i l J.i,iuai i-t, l.Si. rtinrrr:
ih h;rii l-t nr. hl U ( ur tl tiitlt til Kri t i-;
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l'l.t!:i.it-!( l ta. An-nC,TS'.r
Tn ?;.rtmrv. 1. wy dau hi.-r. tlifU in h r tiTrK-t.
T. nr. attjrk J Willi ll.t1..IIIat'rT H Dt:iID .4 1
h-r ji'llitsi Hr l.iU. ll -Hi.ll. U. aliil fbr Fllttr-Ifl tLr T- -I
j t-xcruvirfttn f.;n for t hrf nir-ntl. nr mre. 1 r. : ,0
1-lijflriau. bu ..iitinm-tt n aftrnd h-r witf j: ar
lilll r.i.t Ul tit. tu tting Biurh iliM rnrn-.,l I . , 1.. ii,lrJt
' t try ir i',t ii-iurrtn-. tli- tirt uw.r n ir-iu-
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' mliriDf to r ci mr tiru a til it atTrrtrd a xtrl-1 ut. tW
T, ni.i... utf ki, ..n-.ii.-ui ti L,r W.ti.
. t:r wt.tv. t-.t u.ara? 1 1 tw.. vmw.
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; uj.t:nt r.
, fi;ti:iiinti. lip U'-hial Iirtt:atM n. kr.. if m -u
! uHy tr. nt.d hj U.i us ft Or lri JVpurariTr i, 1-
, Ij-.ia- Tlirtiat ,i tiliotion. Kra,l th- ft. ll..
iiy ftr '""u rontimifd uivrnip :
1 r- Tl ... r, . J nf ?itrr .o juij i?iki.
, A.-at it-y.i.M. co I wm tt.krj with diM-rf
i tiirt-nt. h; h t-tn cn trr:.Uialiy. Yul m tin- h-
1 mu.J tl,rn..l Hit- i-riln ni ttuflrririi: wouiil N- Trrr
i tli-tri fif-. trroi am J wittt it n-. of toii-r- lo urh
vxtfiit tl.:t 1 rouW not yk mlr m hp-r Tt.- u
j ! ri'DtinufJ tfrttmif r. ntitwitlmtu-Jm 1
ur.dt r the m tlirI tr uttnt-nt of fur -lillrrcnt yhy i-fca
1 tWi mirt(f ftlarDird mt my rt'Bdilwi,. I roDctuiti't" if
rhtlaarlj l.la. Htiil rt t)s.utt ou. hirh yU rrr)llwt I J i
in tt,f wintvr of ih.'il, when you rrtt.ti.nirniJriJ tnv tu
T"Ur PffurntiTe: rd hy tli r of ft ur l-tt.?i' tf it. ;a
ronnfxinn with ycur throat nf-plirnti-n. I . rr.'irv'r
. run-d. and br r maiDftl t-H. It it now m.-re tlr
I ymr iui-e Ui cure hji tfHrtitl. K- tfni:. tr
frirnil, .VAIIUAKITTA t BK-H' C
i Ilt. IMVF3' ANTT H ROH l.nl !tlNTMl Ttil
TUKOAT Al'Fl.li'ATIt.N fWnld avrompaiiy thr ltnf
alivr -d crntva ul fcrotuluu I Itrrs i.U I lo-'r, ir . of ut
Call on the Apents, J.BAKEK A Cf..f
j tafwitbunr- r"('"' rirculvm rtmtaiiiini i-a
ja.ts of fTidrnr in fnvorof thr tnfdirin.
. J. BAKLK k CO. Ast tor I mou unly. i"'
, rVA "E ,1
1 appointed Agents for the s.t!e
j Boor, ItlintN & intluu ah
j of all sizes, made of the best matenal. All
work warranted. ty-.Made by L.U.."1'K0( J",
I Huahesville, Pa. and lor sale bv
, 6Js F 8 CALDWELL, J .e"":-
AT A HAltCAlN!
The subscriber has en hat"' 1
lt .fv ltueeirft. 'n
otter at a bargain
for Cash orwii! Exchai-
for a eunA HtlRsK rn ...,o ..r i,iu..l
! miss h. B. F. ti I KH.
j at nwh a ,;...in,an st re.
' or if absent, inquire of W. H. Kilter, at W in.
I Brown, Jr.'s store. Lrwisburg. Feb- '5
fc "17HV don't you seil cheaper! ' '!'
tf cheaper vet! hv. I am '
selling Ml t.llOKI (OIL lr j1 ;"
.15 per ton, according to quality but i-,'1 "Q
a year's credit : those are lhe prices for cas!
"r country produce. I will sell by the
load or by the ton, and deliver at anv pw
within the borough limits. Having: eii:n'
scales, lull weight will be given. A l'
l.luck'lmtht Oil,, and Wiiket-Hnrre Cent''
Foundry purposes. Yard on W ater :rtc:e
near eiifensaui's hotel.
Lewisj ?..Hy27. Srtyl O. HOI.sTElV
i j rLA.TKK and SALT che.ip for e-
bv OKO. HOLsTEIN
tltt. II A E.-An excellent ?:i
ver LENEK MATCH lor sa.e at "
bargain must o. Inquire ot
A E. DENORMANl'lE. Lew-sburi
W W i L'ULS. Family Extra White
1 V 7 V M heat 1'l.OC'R very cheif
article lor sale by
tn . 'tin- ci-iy1";:
T Of T. A black
Lace VEIL, a ir "r
n.rtf-s sine 'I'Ke fioHer is reCtie
it : the ( l.nn.J.t ct5ce. Much !