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Somewhat Unpromising I
Tbo laet fiefs ion of lb Missouri Lrgis
lature witnessed some funnv speeches. One
Nr. White, of the House, bore testiraouy
against tbe proposed formation of Dew
cuuutj, amidst much laughter, as follows:
"I predicate my objections to tbis new
county on diffurcut greuuds, odo of tbe
main and most important of wbicb is, that
I am confident it would not be entitled to
a Representative in tbe next fifty years.
Mr. Speaker ! did yon ever visit tbe ter
ritory sought to be created into tbe coun
ty of Carter T Did yon ever have an op
portunity of beholding its multifarious
beauties, and of examining its boundless
resources ? Well, sir, I bave. I bave
been all over it, and all around it, and I
do say bere openly, and defiantly, that
there is not level ground enough within
its entire limits to build a pig-pen. Tbe
toil is so poor it would not grow pennyroy
al. Sir, you might mow tbe country with
a razor, and rake it with a fine tooth comb,
aud you wouldn't get enough fodder to
keep a sick grasshopper through tbe win
ter. Sir, they plant corn with crow-bars,
and hold their sheep by tbe hind legs
while they nibble tbe grass in the cracks
oftbocliffj. Sir, the ferae of tbat section
are principally ticks, and I must in jus
tice say, that varioty of insects attain a
splendid size in this new county of Carter,
tbe smallest that ever fell nnder my ob
servation being at least as big as saddle
bags. As to internal improvement in that
section, this House can form some idea,
when I assure it that tbe only thing re
sembling a road tbat I ever taw there, was
when one of the bare-footed natives drag
ged a wild boy seven miles through the
snow. With inch a country as this, Mr.
Speaker, they propose to make a new
county, and the reason given for so doing
is that tbs convenience of the inhabitants
will be promoted thereby 1 Sir, if it were
possible to bold their courts nnder a shade
cf post-oak and black-jack saplings, to
keep a clerk's office and the records of
the county in tbe recesses of a hollow syc
amore, and to make a jail out of some of
tbe dark and slimy caves beneath the
craggy bills of tbat rough country ; if it
were possible to establish tbe machinery
for doing business oat of such materials,
we might entertain the project as feasible
and plausible. But, alas ! even such ad
vantages as theso are denied by nature to
tbis county. It is true, there would be no
difficulty about the caverns for a jail, but
tbe necessary post-oak and black jack sap
lings, to supply with their foliage a canopy
for tbe august tribuLals of justice, could
not be found. Tbcy are not in tbe coun
try. As for a sycamore tree suitable for
a depository of the archives of tbe county,
it would be sought in vain : tbe winds even :
refuse to blow sycamore pods in tbat di
rection. And the idea of the people ever
being able to build houses in which to
transact business, is deeply, darkly, pro
digiously, and preposterously absurd !
An American traveler in the streets of
Paris, seeing tbe words "Wine baths giv
en here," exclaimed : "Well, these French
area luxurious people I" Then, with true
Yankee curiosity, and tbe feeling that be
could afford whatever any one else did,
walked in and demanded a "wine bath."
Feeling wonderfully refreshed after it, and
laving to pay but five francs, he asked, in
some astonishment, how a wine bath oould
be afforded so cheaply J ' His sable atten
dant, who had been a slave in Virginia,
and enjoyed a sly bit of humor, replied,
"Ob, masse, we jist pass it along into
another room, where we giba bath at four
francs." "Then you throw it away, I sup
pose ?" "Xo, massa ; den we send it low
er down and charge three francs a bath.
Par's plenty of people who ain't so berry
particular, who will bathe in it after this !
at two francs a bead. Den, massa, we
Jot's de common people bab it a frane
apiece." "Then, of course, you throw it
away?" exclaimed the traveler, who
thought this was going even beyond Yan
kee profit- "No, indeed, massa," was the
indignant reply, accompanied by a pro
found bow ; "no, indeed, massa, we are
aot so 'stravagaot as dat comes to ; we
jest bottles it sp dei, and sends it to
"M erica, for champagne !"
Fbati.no, ko Crime. An officer once
complained to Gen. Jackson, that some
soldiers were making a noise in their tent.
"What are they doing?" asked the
"Tbey are praying, mow, bat have been
tinging," was the reply.
"And is tbat a crime V tbe General
"The articles of war order puaVsbaent
for any unusual noise," was tbe reply.
"God forbid tbat praying should be an
anusual noise in ay camp," said Jackson,
with much feeling, and advised the officer
to join them.
A Ghastlt. "Buff." 'Squire Jack
was a cabinet-maker and undertaker,
known far and wide at a master workman.
One day, a couple came to bis office to get
married. The man's face was familiar to
tbe 'Squire, and be ordered bim off in
tbis wise : "Be gone, yon scoundrel !
You ianU faid me for your first wife't
Ike came home from school very much
agitated, because be could not understand
the principles of Allegation, as laid down
in Creeuleaf. "There, dear," said Mrs.
Partington, "don't fret about it ; you mast
tell the teacher tbat you aia't no alligator,
and I know be'U relinquish you." The
lad was toaiforted accordingly.
"Brevity is lie .! i f wit."
- Hit Wok's Patent Portable
KEYSTONE CIDER & WINE HILL.
r LEASE take particular notice that this is
an entirely new Mill. No expense has
been spared in its manufacture; the nuieriols
an tin ory lat. an aro onaparlna-ly. Tho
tadm an .InI twh tho lnirtb of the Ij".
(iotiuainc Iho tB c lioifc-r) mado o( Th rr"
two larhM in olam-Wr, vita a haavr V, V tfcroad cutoa
i. . i . . I . i. . inM lDtMtl OI WOOtl
' j, mi,de rtry Vary, and tho thread uf the ut eat foroor
I inrhoa through it. Ttl ""WOT " " "
iiu-roaaad.an.1 ran not be broken by any lair moans, luo
arranr-mont of the Tun, ana oiurr pa -ery
nerfert. Tbe hole, and hopper are all aWiouV
together; the journal, run in Ions """P.;
It. the workman.bip ah.ll not be excelled by any ma
chine of the kind hau--r-perfecl.oD brin tna aua,
bolh in the arranp-roenl aoj mechanical department.
Imnrntrmrnla fur tV.K.-Tb. foliowlnj an awne if
the iiii i.roremenu ..t ied lhi year : Tbe frame, are pot
.nether joint bolt. A fly wheel !! h""'" -ameler,
inetead of IS inehea, baa been added. Tbo form
at the teeth ba been rbanicrd, no a to wiaka them
erinJ ea-ier and freer. Entirely new peannj baa been
I roi.truct. it, aud the upper cylinder baa Been ararea
' down, an that In connection wiih the teeth or cylinder It
: ahall ffrind much easier. With alltheea improeemenw,
! it a belieeed that there i no mill in tbe market that will
' prin4 an fast or with ao little power, nor ia there any ana
l tbat ia made in a better or more pel feet manner.
all .ho h... been oMieed to uae the oldfaah-
f ioned nut mill, are aware bow Ineoureuient it ia, andea
periallY thoae a ho hare not larire quautitiea of apples,
llr haeini thia mill on your plantation orfarm, you can,
at'any tiiue.in a few minutea, make a frw alb
a weet eider for prr.nt uae ; or you ran eery expeditKmw
Iv make up a few barrela. The Mechioe, well worked, la
capable of making to 12 barrela of cider a day, with
eaae. It la made to run by horaa, atram or hand-power,
and when the applea are around, a boy of fourteen jeara
ot ape can pre the pomace with all eaaa.
The followin" may be adduced as tbe deci
ded advantages of ibis Mill :
Firtt. It will mnka more rider than any other preaa,
with a ien quantity of applea ia a f ireo time, and
with much leaa labor and exene.
&.. It will make cleaner and aweetrr elder than
anr old atrle mill.
Third Von can make the elder a yow want it, and
wben you want it; aud in uuauliliea from one gallon t
FiaiVt With it yon can preaa your Currant, Cher
ries. Ilerrica. Cheeae, Buitrr. Lard, and Tallow.
iifV With ita tue you can at all tinea hare trwh
B;I sweet rider.
With all the adrantacea reanltlnc from the poaaeanoB.
and aae of euch a Machine at a price ao low that it ia
within the reach of all can it be that any intelligent
farmer would do without itf
The annfied JiLCOMVEXDATlON is a
specimen of the many scores received
During the paat winter, I had aeTeral boat load of ap
ple to make iulo cider, and procured one of lllciloas
1'oaT.ir.LK Cinra Mill," and found that, with two hand,
I rould make eiirht and nine barrel of rider adar
the men only working- by dayliiht In the ahort day,
ofwinter. The mill not only performed in taemoat per
fect and satisfactory manner, but worked with remarka
ble eaae and with aami.ll amount of power. I tried oth
er portable miila. but none that worked with half the
eaae or peed of nfl AVyrfone Wcr tr" and I
can safely recommend it in preference to all other.
Ilarriaburg, June IS, lr&. CUAKLKS TLN1S.
Mr. chaffe, of riroome county. New York, write that
he, wilh one hand, went from farm to farm with one of
three Mill, and made orer one tkuutanti barrels of cider
in the (all uf lse8.
a.i?'.More than on nrimcn Silver Medal
and Diplomas have been given to this Mill
within the last four vears.
The pioneer i'n ihe line, we claim that this
Machine is the ucsr one in ine Kiaraet u
the following points:
l.t. It will grind the calieft, fasteftanS In tbe moat
perfect manner. ,
M. The l're 1 tbe simplest and moat powerful, and
.. .. ...b.t I. .... i 11 1. la not haanncrrd UD With U num
ber of acrewa and coc-wheel. which create enough trie
tion to destroy iu utility. It is well made and sold at a
tThe Mill occupies abont two-and-a-half
by ihrce feet, four leet high, weigns jiv ids,
every way portable and conv-nirnt. Price
Address W. O. HICKOK, Agt,
7'Jm2 Eagle Works, Harrisbnrg, Pa
rilHK snbcriber having rtnttd the entire
Book Binding esiablihment of Worden
& Cornelius and added to it his own tools, is
now prepared to
BIND OR RE -BIND
Bool:, Magazines, Pamphlets, Music,
r-ithw Full or Half-Bound, in variuus kinds of
I.KTncn or of Mri.i,aiid liutd wilh Marble
Paper of different figures.
Old Bibles and other Books or Papers which
it is desired to preserve as memorials in a
family, can be made more secure by the Bin
fXj-Blank Books. Bibles, Hymn and Prayer
Books, Pocket Books, Albums. Diaries. Vc,
Lettrrrd with GoM
in le-ible and durable characters, to order.
MUSIC PORTFOLIOS, &c,made lo suit
ri-A good Bindery has long been desired
in this vicinity, and I therefore respectfully
solicit the public patronage, trusting that my
experience and atienlion to business will give
satisfaction. I intend lo chargemoderate and
uniform prices, on the Live and Let Live"
principle and hope to make it a permanent
IVrnfure 3d Store Gotxlt taken n rJjr.
HPRent and stock requiring money.I expect
PA Y VX DF.1.1 VEK Y of all work.
Bindery in Beaver's wooden blockjS.Third
street, fonr doors from Market sireet,near the
Chronic), office. CHA'S J. STAHL,
Lewisburg, April 1, 1859
OR, Outlines cf Character and Manners
by MISS LESLIE. One large 1 2 mo.
volume, clo.h. Price $1.35.
Thin hictil jr int?ratii.2 roTnm contain, trw bert ri
ofTlefer Iwued fjom tbe Auerioalt presa. It con
Mm. Wa.hio;toa Totta.
Tii- mirwf. a if trw or tbe
! InM Har with Vnglend.
Pettr J Oil era. A Sketch from
Th (Hil Farrn Tlotif.
Tbat iotlpmao; or, Penctl-
TbeS-t f Chiaa.
incn on lhipUar(U
of a Cent. NiCKvltW- i5itina.
The La lit1 Bait Country U-Jffinr".
The SernaflM. Cormtanre Allrloo ;ort The
The Krd It'll ; or, Fwalrt at AlitaUUiBG fiuiu.
the General )D. 1
ROMANCE If HISTORY,
AH exhibited in the Lives of Celebrated
WOMEN of all ages and countries
comprising remarkable examples of Female
iirase.diinUirtJirm(and arlf-mcrifire. By HKNKT
C. WATSON, uae Urre volume lmo.c.otb. $1.26.
To xet be fiir the Wunifli of Amrrira example frr Ini
sUti in tlw awt trj ioe cirmniiUncea, ia tae olct of
thin highly intrrrMinf bok. Let tbe rradinpt and ftwij
of nach a work become eommoai.aad oar wie.aoJh-TrV
muter ami dauf:htfra will Itt-omne auire rraowntid fcr
lfvolatinn. fortitude, and avlf Mrrifioe. than the arUn
trmilef were of old.
Every Lady in the land ahould bar a eofl of toil
highly inure Us f lieK.
j. S. COTTON & CO. PnWishem,
No. 409, t hesnot St. Philadelphia
The Pablishers will send either of the above
opalar Books by mail, free of postage, to any
part of the United Stales, upon receipt of Ihe
publication price 799w4
riHK tabscribers havr for sale
1 (in lots to suit purchasers)
a larcr slock of
VISE BOARDS Panel Sluff.,
Plank, ice. AlsoS.OOO ritE KAILS.
26 inch Sawed Shingles superior quality.
Also Square Timber for Baildiags t
Which are offered low for cash, at oar Mills
on South Branch of the White Deer Creek in
Hartley township or delivered on Ihe Brnsh
Valley Narrows road at the ead of uur fioad.
IV A Diploma fet a swpermr sample of
Flanks, and a Premium for Rails and Shing
les, were awarded us al Ihe last Union Co.Ag,
Fair. JOHN M'CALL A BRO'S.
Iy773 Forest Hill P O, Union Co, Pa
larliM an4 roeaaakalM obm la lewMnrs;,
F.A.Donetawtr having beeq appointed
sole Auctioneer for Lewisbcrg, is prepared lo
attend tw all calls ia hi line in lowa aaa
In April neit, I intend to pea ea Markf
street a Room for the reception, and the sale
at stated times, of all kinds of Goods at Auc
tion. Any one wishing to dispose of any arti
cle can deposit it wilh me and I will sell it at
the best advantage I caa and charge a per
erntafe for ih 3 a roe
Feb. Sfi, li?4 F A DONF.HOW ER
UNION COUNTY STAR
OF Danville. Milton, Muney.M'Ewenaville
New Berlin, Mifflinburg. Uarlleton, and scores
in Leniborg. have boutbl ihrir H ATS and
CAPS at GliMon'a Emporinm of Fashion
within the past year, and are urRing their
friends to do likewise. Always a fine assort
ment of latest styles on hand, very cheap, at
HAT MANUFACTORY, LEWISBCRG.
Just opened, opposite tbe Riviere
House, in the Room lately
occupied by A. Singer.
A FULL and complete assortment of
FALL V WINTER CLOTH-
ING.snch as Overcoats, Dress Coats, Busi
ness Coats, and Coats of every style an?, pat
tern; and Pantaloons and Vests to suit. Also,
a large variety of Under Clothing, such as
Drawers, Shirt, Ac. Also, a fine assortment
of Boys' Clothing of the latest stvles. Also,
HATS and CAPS equal to any offered in this
country. In fact, I have everything nrcessary
in the shape of Clothing, which 1 offer at a
very small advance for cash.
PHILIP GOODMAN. Ag't.
IT?"A1I kinds of Country Produce taken in
exchange for Goods. Lewisburg, Oct. 22.
(near the State Capitol Steam Flour Hills,)
A full assortment of Ware constantly on
hand. Ware made to order. For Price Lists
address the Proprietor. EF"Orders by Mail
promptly attended to 6m784
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS.
VTm.Rrovirn Jr. & Cba. C. Dunkle,
Having formed a Partnership, at the old
stand of Wm. & J. H. Brown, Market 8uabove
ARE offering a large assortment of
Sprint- and Summer Goods
oousisting uf Ready Made Clothing, Cloths,
Casimeres, Coatings. Vesting, Carpetings,
Bleached and Brown Linens, Drillings, Shir
Also a large variety of LADIES' DKESS
GOODS, such as Ualicoes.unaines, i.awns
Delains, Barapes, Silks, Ginghams,Snawls.oie
Also all kinds of Motions, uroceries, Hard
ware, Cedarware, Queens and Glassware,
Pish. Sail. Tobacco.
Also all kind of Ilrlck for building pur
Call and examine for yourselves. Produce
of all kinds taken in exchange Tor Uonds.
BROWN & DU.NKLE.
Lewisburg, April 20, 1859.
Arrangement! for the Year.
JACOB G. BROWN, having supplied the
Lewisburg Market for the pastsix months,
has made the following arrangements for the
The best of Beef. Mutton, Veal and Pork
can be had on Wednesday and Saturday mor-
ninrrs of each week, al Ihe Market House, on
Market street, between Schaffle's and Wolfe's,
His motto is f Quick Sales for Cash, and
Small Fronts. Examine his meat.
Ap. 15, '59. - I. 8. STERNER, Agent.
VFTER one year's trial, we are satisfied
tbat a Hal Manufactory can be snstained
in Lewisburg, we are now prepared wilh the
largest and best selection of Spring Styles of
HATS and CAI S ever brought lo this market,
sneh as fine Mole, Silk, Dress Hals, Drab,
Heaver, Otter, High and Low Crown, Soft
Hats and Caps, and Summer Hals of latest
styles for Spring and Summer wear, all of
which will be sold at City Prices, for Casn.
Our motto shall be, "Quick Sales and Small
Profits,"of whirhthe publicshall be the judges.
Hais made in order at short nonce.
April 15, 16.") 9. JOS. GIBSON, Hatter.
New Hotel In lllifflinlrarg. -
MTHE subscriber would respectfully in
form the Traveling Public everywhere,
that he has taken and filled op the premises
of George Schoch, in the centre of
MAIN ST. MIFFLINBURG,
where he is prepared to accommodate strang
ers and travelers men and beasts in the
best maimer, wilh Board and Lodging.
Please give me a call.
Ap.l,'5 CHARLES CROTZER.
.HARRISBURG STONE -WARE.
rilHIS Ware is clear of all poisonous mal
I ter. The glazing is made ol enmmon tall
and clay. Apple Butter or anything else may
be kept in it with perjtet tnjtly. 1 nere is no
TOIIN in it aa there ia in ee-mmon red Earthen-Ware.
Milk, and Butter keep murb betlt-r in thia material than
in Kartlien-tVare. It ia burnt to a flint bode, will not
elurb any fart of what nay be pat iuto it, and ia not
liable to break orcrark In UKing.
ett-Pold hr rHore-keepera in LKWISBUBQ and cene
rally throughout Ihe Plate.
anulartarj rutiert 5 1, near tne Meam Ficnr nilli
Barrial nri. WM. MOV ER,
Spring 1859 !
JUST received a large assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
DcPaines, Cliallies, TJereges, Crosso
ver Mohairs, Berege Angelais.Silk Foulard,
Satin Challies, Tamarlines, 8-4 while and
black Berege, Berege Robes and Organ
dies, very handsome French Brilliants prin
ted, Percals also a great variety of square
and round cornered STELLA SHAWLS,
varying in price from $2.60 to 14, Broche
borders, black lace, pointed and square
SHAWLS, lace Mamies, black silk Netting,
black demi Veils, real Matiese Collars, very
pretty sett of Collars and Sleeves from $3
to $5. Cambric Edging, Lace Skirling,
French Dimity, Dimity Bands, Handker
chiefs from fi els. to $1 each, embroidered
Mitts from 50 els. tc $3 per pair, besides a
great variety of Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, &c. &c. tie.,
all of which will be sold very cheap. Call
BEAVER. KREMER & M'CLURE.
Lewisburg. April 29, 1859.
HAVING purchased the right to use Rita
aia's process for Printing with Dry
Colors, for Union Co. Fa., we are prepared to
execute orders for
CARDS, Show-Bills, See.
tw JM, Srem. Blue, Brmen, StTrer, Piamrmd, or (Hi
colors, in good style, FT'at the Office of the
Star dt Chronicle," Lewisbarg.
Jnrev 1SS8 WOBDEN COKNKLiVS.
Notice to Creditors.
THE snrtersigned. Sequestrator it the8tate
Fire 4t Insurance Company of Pennsyl
vania, will meet at bis office in Harrisburg
n Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the
17th, 18th and 19ih days of October next, the
several creditors of the said Insurance Com
pany, to receive proof of ineir claims against
said Company. Those failing to present and
prove their claims will not be entitled to any
share in ihe aets.
Iiarrisbarg, Sept. IS, IBStt UC4.
& LEWISBURG CHRONICLE-NOV. 4, 1859.
SA.SII and DOORS,
Blind3 and Shutters,
For aala at the Drag Store of
Lewiabarg, Oct 26
j2j The undersigned have as-
socinieu incmstiira i.iw
Snership for the purpose of carry
ing on Ihe Lumbering, Planing,
and Carpentering business in all theirvarious
branches, at the
Ccnrisburg Gleam planing illills,
where they inlend to keep a slock of Pine,
Hemlock, Walnut, Cherry, Poplar, Ash, Ma
ple, and all kinds of Lumber, Flooring Shel
ving, Siding, Shingles, Lath, Joists, Studding,
Fencing, Pickets, Door and Window Frames,
Doors, Shutters, Blinds, Sash, Mouldings,
Brackets, &c. Planing, Slitting, Scroll Saw
ing, &c, done at short notice and all work
warranted to give satisfaction, bolh in I rice
J. D. DIEFFENDERFER,
Lewl.bnrK rianins Villa, April 1,
$3,000 Wanted !
IN pursuance of an act of the last Legisla
ture of Pennsylvania, Ihe Commissioners
of I'nion county desire to Borrow money
to the above amount, in sums not less than
$100, the interest to be paid annually, and lb
principal within three years. Inquire of
H. J. rJtiEI.LEIf, Treasurer.
Lewisburg, Pa, May 86, 1858.
ATTORNEY at Law.Collections
promptly attended to. Office on Market
street, opposite the Presbyterian chuich.
en. I'U'ivuiru? u
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
and riotoering flwis.
The subscriber has on hand a splendid
collection of bolh Fruit and Ornamental
TREES, &c. eke. embracing tbe very best
varieties of Apples. Pears, Peaches, Plums,
Cherries, Apricots, Neciarines,Grapes,Goose
berries, Raspberries, Currants, Strawberries,
Large Horse Chestnut, European Monntain
Ash, American Mountain Ash, Sugar Maple
for street planting. Ever-blooming Rose, and
a splendid collection of Bulbous and other
f lowering Plants.
tyNursery Grounds on ihe farm of Ja's
F. Linn Esq. on the Turnpike, within half a
mile of Lewisburg. All orders will receive
strict attention. I tT Termi inrariubly CA &H.
WILSON I. LINN.
Lewisburg, July 7, 1858.
New Arrangements New Goods!
JOSEPH L. IIAWN having taken the
J well known SP YKER HA T STOKE, has
refitted it, and filled in an extensive variety ol
Jlatt, t'apt, Gentlemen's CUlhivgt Ac.
Also a larse and splendid slock of CLOTHS
CASSIMERES, Ac, which he will make up to
order, if he still continues the tailoring Busi
ness. He is prepared to execute all work
entrusted lo his care, to the satisfaction of the
N. B. Culling and Repairing! done to
order. (Lewisburg, A pril 10, 1857
THE subscriber is engaged in the manuf
acture of ihe
Latest Improved .
HUNSECKER Clover Hallers.which he offers
at very reasonable rates. There have been a
large number t-f these Hollers sold in this
neighborhood and county, and they give good
satisfaction as the very best- Any person
wishing to purchase a good maehine.will call
or apply by letter to C.P.EMERY,
!9.r3 Laurelton P O, Union Co, Pa
CABINET WARE BOOM
NORTH 4th Street. The subscriber
most respectfully informs the citizens ol
Lewisburg and vicinity, that he has on hand
and for sale a cheap kit of Fl RKITL Kt,
for the Spring trade, comprising
Dressing and Common Bureaus, Sec
retaries and Book Cases, Center,
Card and Pier Tables, Dining and
Breakfast Tables, Cupboards, Cot
tage and other Bedsteads, Stands,
tolas, and Chairs
of all kinds. C O F F I N S ma(le ,0 or Jer or
The public are cordially invited to examine
his work, as he is sure that they will be aalis-
fied with his slock of Ware, and prices.
Lewisburg, Sept. 15, 18.06
James F. Linn. J. Merrill Linn.
T F. & J. M. LINN,
J Allornejrs at Law,
674 Union County, Pena'a.
J. MEKRI1L LI?C!I Cohmissiosu for tae Ftate uf Iowa,
villi power to Uke Df ponitioDP, arknowlpa Pcrtla,4ie.
Broom Handles and Curtain Rollers,
Hlckok's Patent Machinery.
WE bave completed arrangements
for makinr Broom HaodlM aad Curtain Knllrra
in a manner awl jwrltotlan hithftto unattainable in the
nKnnlaetnreof Ibts arUcle, ana are Itivptirm to "apply
Brooai- Maker. Window Shade Manufacturer and Mvr
cbanta with any quantity of them at nhort notice.
They are Bade of the ht Panel 8tnff, anal in a fn pa
ri or manner, on new machinery nervr before naed.
We alao maka, on Aewiy raieBtea nacmneryt ine Deat
Wooden Bench and Hand AkreM
tnat have erer been before the public
.U-tirweri nromiriiy miea. -iarem
W. O. HICK OK,
nttusftna, Pa. Cm.&8 Agmt of tba Eagle Worka.
ABR'n E. BOWER,
second door above Third,
on Market sireet
Would respeclfully inform the public that he
has on hand a fine assortment of tiold and
Silver Lever and Lepine Watches a good
stock of Gold, Cameo and Masonic Breastpins
of the latest style Gold and CaneoEarrings
Ac, which he intends to sell very cheap also
a splendid assortment of Eight-bay and Thiny
HourCLUCA'&'and Time pieces. Every article
warranted to be what it is sold for.
The greatest care will be taken in Repai
rlfaaj and Cleaning of Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, and everything warranted to give
satisfaction. Please make him a call, an)
give him some tronble ta show his Watches
and Jewelry. -July at, mos
ea, and Jewelry,
nn aoor west ot Bank,
Also, particular attention paid lo RE
PAIKimj of all kinds.
I have also the agency for the sale of
the celebrated -Coal Oil aUalupa,
which will recommend th"Bselves to
ever one. Call and see.
Sep. 9, ICS A I'SNORMAMJIE
West Branrh laaiiranre roatpany.'l
LOCK II At K.N, fa. J
HON. C.C. HARVEY, PraUent,
J. W. CHAPM AN, Secretary.
1 his company, on entering upon the fifth
year of their business, submit the following
statement of their assets and business to the
I Whole amount of Risks $3,800,000
Anhc I a.
Honda and nvrtgasel avcured bj Irat lien $100,000
Caeh ..n baud '.Z.
In haude by A-enr ,"
Ikolee rereired k" Preminma oa long trrau
a.J u, fc.ro. no.on,
I.aree r.e! dnrlne laat year
i'aid uirideoile audcuuiuiia.ionfl. 8,VJ
This Company continues to insure every
description of properly, such as buildings,
goods, merchandize, &c, asainst loss or dam
age of Fire, and for any time limited or per
petual. We would call the particular attention o
owners of valuable slock, 10 the department
of Lite Sloek Insurance. Horses, Caitle and
Mules Insured against loss by death, from
either natural or accidental causes. Also
Insurance on the Health of Indtriduab for
the term of one year, at modearte rales.
JAMES 11. HAMLIN, Agent.
Lewisburg, Oct SO, 1859.
TUE CIHARH Lin lSSI KASCF.,ASXrlTTASD
Till ST OMfAXV, JIIILAHKLI-UIA,
TllOS. RlIXiWAT, freaiJent. JXO. V.JAMW, Actuary,
tapllal !si. ) wo,(MIO-karler Krfrlital.
CONTINUE lo make INSURANCE ON
L,IVM oa ihw anoat reasonable terms.
The capital being paid up and invested to
gether with a large and constantly increasing
reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the
The premiums must be paid yearly, half
yearly, or quarterly.
The following are a few examples from the
A. 0 Sum H"rmnr lUmusinhtinertasrd
JtJi'-jf. Insured. A'lilttiims. e etnre gtiditymt.
jit. e I ts io f :.:a2 M
Y:.i wajo n;r, 3,y;5 00
1 1' :iifi to l,:rii so
I t-iXt 1600 fi.Sial 00
UtTThe undersigned is Agent for ihe Com
pany in I'nion county. Pa., through whom ap
plications for Insurance can be made. To
mechanics and business men generally, desi
ring 10 ellect Insurance on their lives, it of
fers inducements not equalled by any other
company in the Lnited Mates.
Tao. II. Wiunw. M.D.. Examining Physician
S. H.OKWIU, Agent, Lewisburg, Pa
IBAItTKHLD CAPITAL, e-TOO.OOO.
frill E subscriber is appointed agent for
I this well established Company, which
insures Buildings and other property against
loss or damage by tire, perils of inland navi
gaiion, transportalion, &c,on most favorable
JVenVrenl re. amtX CA JfFSOX.
lice frs.htyj. J'JAAi.
Zttrtla,) X. S. CAKhlKU. . rWeVnea.
J. B. M I.AI GHI.I.N, Agent.
Lewisburg, Feb. 1, 1859 m6
American Life Insurance & Trust Co.,
v (Capital Stock $5(10,000) 1
COMPANY'S Buildin-s.Walnul street, 8 E
J corner of r ounh 'AiarVrAia.
UF Lives insured al ihe nsnal Mutual rales
or at Joint Stuck rales about SO per cent, less
or al Tolal Abstinence rates ihe lowest in the
world. A. WH1LLL11N, President
Jus C. Siva, Sec.
747 CEO. F. MILLER, Agent, Lewisburg
AT A UAHGA1N!
The subscriber has on hand for
sale ino IVCW ltlleTsiCK, which he
oiler at a bargain fort'ah or will Exchange
for a good HUKt-E. Call soon or you will
miss 1U B. r'. HI RSH,
at Ifnrah A llee.luana ltnre,
or if absent, inquire of W. H.Rilier, at Wm.
Brown, Jr.'s slore. Lewisburg, Feb. 15
TO the Citizens of Lewisburg and vicinity
K. I.. Iline has removed his Barber
Shop from ihe Kiriere House to Market street,
basement of Widow Amons building, one
door above ihe Post Office. Thankful for all
p ast favors, he hopes to merit a continuance
of the public patronage.
To alt who tarry hr till thtnr brant pnw letif
To rrt a plramtnt vhavf!, rood a bartxr ever rmTtv
J ant rail oa II inks at bin Saloon, tany airirB.cveoraoo
Tuwtlj rleaD, razors obarp and actMors kreo.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1859. . L. HINES,
rriIE subscriber con-
i unues to carry on me
I.lvrrr BuHineHN at
the Old Stand on South
Third sireet, near Market, and respectful!)
solicits the patronage of his friends and tut
public generally. CHARLES F.HESS.
Lewisburg, May 22, 1850
C. W. SCHAFFIE'S
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Drug and Chemical Emporium
M.irket Street - - - Lewisburg, Pa.
James B. Hamlin,
A TTORNEY at LAW,
lL CtTOlFice on Second St. west side ,2nd
door south of Market, LewlHburar,
6mSaj I'niea Co. Pa.
Aear llarllelOB, Union Co Pa.
THE subscriber, thankful
for past patronage, would inform
his friends and the public in gene
ral, that be continues to manufac
ture all kinds of Welcn C.ood, such as
Cloths, Cassimeres. Tweeus, Sattiaetts, Jeans,
Blankets and Flannels ; also. Carpet and
Slocking Yarns. His machinery being of the
best kind in use, and having employed the
best of workmen, he feels sate in saying
that his work shall not be surpassed by
any establishment in Ihe country. A good sop
ply of the above goods kept constantly on hand
for sale or to exchange for wool, at prices
that can not fail to please. WOOL will be
Carded in the best manner and on the shortest
notice. Terms for carding, cash on the de
livery of ihe rolls. MARK HAI.FPEKNY.
W'infield Mills, March 30, 1857.
THOMAS G. GRIER,
(aaccvaaor to J.L.Yoan)
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Located two doora .art of Ih. ataixl rrcnttj occupied dj
Mr. Todcr LtWIMtl;U, Pa.
Clocks, Watches, Ac, repaired on shott
notice and warranted to give satisfaction.
C7" An excellent assortment of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry cn hand Cheap fur Cash.
: GILT FRAMES of all sizes made to ordea
Lewisburg, April 29, 1853
J. SCHBEYER tt SON
ARE opening, direct from M'Callnm A
Co.'s Carpet Manufactory, Glen-Echo
ills, Germaniown, Pa., one of the prettiest
and best assortments of Carpels ever ttro't
to Lewisburg, such as
Three lly, Hemp Venitian,
Sup. Ingrain; Manilla Matt,
Union do., Cocoa do.,
i-4TicilMrenitian,i-4 Oil Cloth,
3-4 do. do., 8-4 do. do.,
rim do Carjul Binding, del
X DUNWOODT It BRO.
I70RWARDING and COMMISSION
; MERCHANTS for the sale of
Flwar, firala, Seras aid I" radar generally.
fsT Warehouse, Central Block, No. 142 Broad
St. below Race Philadelphia Ocl.Sm
Goods shinned from Philadelphia
Kc. by WA LLO WEH S Line are NOT -re-shipped
at Harri.-burg," (as would appear by
Me Peinher's advertisement) but go ihrousth
I without delay to their destinaiion on the Sus-
: nrlhe West ltrancb.
July 20, 1859 C. U. FKICK, Agent
WALLOW Elt'S LINE
TO and from Philadelphia.
Reduction of Bales.
1st Class 45 els. per 100 pounds
2 40 " - "
3 33 " "
4 u 27 mum
Special. 22 "
Goods left at Ihe Depot in Philadelphia be
fore 4 o'clock, P. M., will be forwarded same
evening. Apply to
Peaeork.XeU Jr Hinehman, Ash-,
fctIS AMI) Market St., I'hilad.
C. G. FKICK, Agl. Lewisburg
Lewisburg, July 1, 1W59.
at i:idrldpe's Cheap store.
BEING in a bye-street, where the slore ex
penses are very light, tbe subscriber is
enabled to sell at the Very Lowest Prices.
Persons visiting Philadelphia, and wishing lo
buy Carpels, Oil Cloths, Mattings, etc., will
do well to examine the large assortment of
Tapestry Brussels, 1
Imperial 3-ply, CARPETS.
Ingrain and Venitian,
and Oil Cloths of all widths in great variety.
Also, Canton and Cotton Mailings of all
kinds, with a large assortment of low-priced
Ingrain Carpels, and Entry and SiairCarpris,
Rugs. Mais, Uruggets.Siair Rods.Kag Carpets,
Cotton Carpels, Ac, Ac.
H. H. EI.DRIDGE,
No. 43 Strawberry st, 2d door ab. Chestnut,
rfStrawberry is the first sireet wet of
8econd.,4j hUJmJ .
The Wonder of the Age !
BOHB 4 BATIV EXl'EL&IUBi WASHING HArMSE
IS guaranteed to do any ordinary washing
in one hour's time and wilh 50 per cent,
less injury lo clothes lhan by the old method.
County rights for sale in Ihe Stale of Penn
sylvania, and also Machines lor sale Whole
sale and Retail bv Messrs.
7i)4m3 15 So. Third St. Philadelphia
O A -M FROM , PHILADELPHIA.
lat CI aaa rent pet luv pnaads.
24 du 40 do do
d do S3 da do
4th dw r. do do
iwcial tl do do
w heat, Ryo and Con, 14 ccata pr baahtLa
Pbilad. Depot wilh
Freed, Ward 4 Freed, 811 Market St.
Thankful for the liberal patronage given as
we hope by strict attention to business l
merit a coniinuance of the same.
For further information apply lo
Iy795 C R M'GIN'LY,.4;ri, Lewisbnrg
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
PERSONS shipping Goods lo Philad. will
-please be particular and
Hark them in care of Peipher Line ;
otherwise, they will be re-shipped at Harris
burg, which will be attended with tielav.
May 6, 1859. THOS. PEIPHER.
SPICES! SPICES! SPICES!
PL RE and No. 1 Ground Pepper.
Ginger, Cinnamon, Allapiee, Cloves.
American and English Mustard.
Cayenne Pepper, Nutmegs. Maee.
Pup. Carb. Soda; Sallpelre, Saleralas.
Caraway and Coriander Seed.
Sal Hoda, Indigo.
Ashion Dairy and Gronnd Pall, Ac.,
For Sale at the Eagle Mills No. 24 land
216 North Front sireet, corner of New, Phil
adelphia. HOWARD WORRELL.
t?"Pnrchaers will find it greatly to their
interest both in quality and price to boy these
goods, which are warranted as represenled,or
forfeited. A trial is solicited. 779y 1
IV. S. LAWRENCE'S
Paper, Prlnlc ra' Card, and Eat-
No. 405, Commcree St., riiiladclphia.
tyCash bnyers will find it for their ialerest
to call. Philad, Jan 1, lf y
CO .4 1. COAL COAL.
f I THE subscriber keeps eonstanilr on hand
I a larse assonmeni of the rrrr hri Sha. 1
Uokin and Wilkes-Barre COAL, for lime and
stove purposes, which he will sell at ihe ery
JoweM prices for Cash or Connirv Prodoce.
Also, Blacksmiths' Coat, Plaster and Salt.
Wish it distinctly understood, that I will not
be undersold by any man. Having good
weign-sraies, lull weight will be airea.
Coal lard near neidensauls hotel.
lewisburg. May S7,'o9.
HILL STONE MANUFACTORY.
The Undersigned kaana rnm-
stantly on hand" French Bum of
.an sizes, ana iarnisnes every ar-
'ticle reaniraH bw ih. millin ...J.
ComDlete'saiisfactiOBi anaranf..rf tv,. .....
article sold. Millers who prefer the solid
Borr, by giving to 6 months' notice, can
have their orders executed at the qnarries in
France. Address WM. H. KEPER
April I, 1859m Harrisiurg P. ), pa
rriIEY ore the Best Calicoes jetof-
JL fcrtd to tba Public fcr tba ajonry.
DEFOBEST. AKMHTRONO A rn
6m783 Vew lark.
ARM landa rsal,SS aailra frvaa rkilaarlrala, lT
Kailroad. In th. St. t. af K.w Jm.. ai -
Wat for Agricultural parpoaca. a.lm a tned loam
aoil, with a clar boltoaa. Th. laaa ia a tarr. traat, 4V
into. anaii airana, awa auatira rrnaa all carta af
th. roudtry ara bow acttliac aaa haililiwa. Th. eropa
pmlwrrd ara largo and raa bo aroa arrowine. Tho alt
nata la drlhihUul, a ad aKnro frnat froata. Trrwa froaa
li to J2 a.a aero, payablo withia loar yoara h loaul
asniu. To aiait tho olato Uara Via. Mr Wharf at
r-hiladrlpbia at H.U .hy KaUroad for Itaaiwioatoa,
orad.lrraa R. J. Bvrnoa. by h-ttrr. lliaaiaKa raat 0
o, Atlanlic inuatj. Mow Joraoj. too fall awraalaw
Bcnt ia aaolhor ooluaaa.
VARIETY OF VARIETIES !
Alaroe and well stlrelr4 Mock of in
Uoods ia th Naiioa and Variety line,
has jost been received and opened at ike Poat
Office, and for sale cheap lor caa.
ARCHITECT and BUILDER,
i LBWISBVKfl, PA
tyOltct in the I'aiverany B-iiltling t3
Scroiiua, or xaufs laVil,
i a cmutittitional ditear, a eon-nption of tK
:1xk1, hr liiih thi fluid Iwmw vitiattft,
weak, mid poor- llun in the circi.latUrti, it
thtr w hole lodr, and mr buret atit
.n di.ui-c on nr part f it. 'o otnn n free
from it attacks nor i tlirccne itmh it uutj
.tut doiroy. Tlie M-rofukma taint U vurioutUy
caused ly mmtirial di-cwn-t k.w liriny. di.
urdurcJ or unheal. hr 1hk, impure air, tilth
and nlthy bahits the depreNtio T.cm, and,
above all, by the Y.-m-rral intt-ution. Vkat
ever he its origin, it it ht rt ditarr in ti e cdh--tiiu:i'n,
dc-4.-tftid'n fr.m pHmir-; til.ili.rtn
unto the third and tiHirth st iicrn.m ;" indrcd,
it Mm. t be the rod o' dim vh mv, I
will wt the iiii'iuitit iIj: ltU-ra upon
It.-. c.Tvti enmrnwe by d"rv:tiTn from the
lo d of cmtp! -r uh' r.a n..ittert rnhich. in
the lunu'S ViVL-i; and iutrnial orL'a:. U ttnard
t'lhrr'.!-.- ; in th." a;'K awcUiMir; aud on
the 8tirl..T, nipi'j Thi fnil er
ruptitji., which '-nrl'T1 in the Mjd, d.prr.v
the e:ier-U" uf l.f--. tlit tTiftil-'UJi cuiutitu
timis not only i-'iilV-r from rrfuhu9 rora
jluii.t. hut they har far le powr ti wiih
taud the atta lT f other d.-tr.v-ni: cinv
juptitly. Tat itiimhcra p.Tih by lirdir
vhu h. a'ith 'th not M-rof -.lm in their nature,
re till nid red frtu by this taint in the
-Titcm. Most of the rouvtrnption which do
omaet the hum in family h.i itorikjin directly
in this scrofulous eoiitamt:i.iti'n ; and many
itslr:,ctivedi-i a'Cr of tw 1itt. kidnpyy, brain,
ind, it-.dced, of all the otl. arc iroia or
arc ar aval I'd by the ?an- ra:iie.
Oiicqiiarnx of all our popi-arc wrnfuloua;
lluir p'.ivms are invadt-J by thid luikiu i
fft'tion, and llt halth ia undfrmined It it
!'. cleanw it from thesyst'-m wc miut rerovat
ihe bi'MKl by an alterative nriii-ir.e, and in
vigorate it by healthy fxi ziiA aau'c-e-aSuch
a luulicinc hc u; ly ia
Componnd Extract of Sarsapnrillii,
the most efTcrttial remedy whic h the medical
skill of our times ran devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the mt active remciUal tbat hav
been dusenvtred fur tha expurtrslion of ti.is foul
dia-rdcr from the blood, and the rescue of thtr
pr?tem fn m its dftn ic t : ve ennenenees
llei.ee it hould ie emph yed for the rure
not only scrofula, but al-o thrne other a"ec
tionn w hich arie from it. rub as Kurrnra
and 5ki?i 1iiskaeh, iSr. Athunv's Fr,
Kihe, or I.i.Tsipr.i.A. Pivn'n, FfTi-T
Hirrcnrs. Itr.AiN and nnT,-,Tt oRs.Tnrr
and ti.LT ll.ir.tM, iCiLij Hf.t, Iti.xow .km,
Uiiki'xat.mm. ISyphii mrand Mkbctbial 1u
e.es, liurT, Dthpemia, DiUiiuTr, a.".d,
:ndLcd, at.l CoMfLAixTs aki.-ig vrom Vitia
rti or luriKE liiAHJi. 'Ihe popular Lehvf
in impurity of the blood' L founded in truth,
for scrofula is a ih generation of the Mood, llw
particular purjn and virtue of this JMrnspa
rilla is to pur-ly and ri-penerate thisvital tTuid,
nithout whiih mmnd beuiih ia inipokAiLle ia
"s Cathartic Pills,
T3R ALL THE Flir.FOSES CF A F.'.KIU FHYSiG,
are so eomptMed tliat dL-eu wfrhin the ranr of
their action can r-rcl iil. taiid .r earie them
Their pent tratinj prr-prmrs r.irvh. rA clear.ea.
tnd invinrnte crry fxiiiu-n of ihe humaii orcau
eorrctintt it cie3-ri artiB, and iT4t.'rir.ip
is hcotH.iT itjlitic5. A a roiiwcnrnre of lhe
;iripertie. the iurnlid wbo l.wed down witti
ain or phTMcal df ! Jilt is atfr.ithcd to tnd hi
lcnlth or fi;enr n-tuirl tj a icaitdj at vcc to
imple and invnu p.
Not only do tbcy rtre the CTerr-HaT eomrtjmt
of ererr boJ. ii.t atv ;ar.y ffnuidal.. and
dar.perous cW.ifes. Ihe arrnt bcli-w ramrd is
pirated to furnish rati: n;y Amrhcan Aim snap,
'ontaiiiiiiir -rtitii-a:" f their ntrr anri tijreciior
tor thfir in lh Mltmiim roaipiamta: t'wtttf
ir., llem-tttm, IttmtUiehe crutmjjwm dtfrilerrF
tomacht auxn, Ixtii potion, i'a.n tm at.d nrtid
InccUcn of tht tvtiar f-.atutVny, Lm3 of Apj
'te, Jau'i-itijct. i:d :lirr kintiifd mnipIsi.-:.
riinc from a luw utc o( liie tody or Ltruetiun
jf iu functkioa.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
rR thi kai-iu eras or
onsliv C'fd, Ia.flarata Iloarstfarsc.
( rnu. Pmnrhilis. Inrijient ConMimp
t. on. and far tht relief of Consumptive
Patients ia advanced stages f th
So wide t tit fitM itf if vsefutnec and an rn
nrror.a are the rnea of ha mrr, that ah; r t
tcry ncrttun f ftnintry ahout.fl in fren.ons
c knnnn. mho nar fceen reioTcd frnm alam.irc
.nd rn dcprntte di-rasrs of the ltiitr by ii
e. V item one tried, ir auperionty tr rTrry
hrr roctiicaia f it ir.A is too af parent tors.-ape
Si-frvaikm. aal where it tirrne are known, the
tit. lie no Uncr britate what antidote 10 rn;rVf
or the dims-itT and dsngrrrms aire rrina f the
hnon.trT onrms that are mrident to ur climate.
.Vhilc mni'T infrrir remccira thrust the
mmnnit hre failed and hetn disrand. th;
a cainei frimd by erery trial, enirrefl brnrtit
n tHe afflicted tliey ea never forift, and ?o
lured mrr too niuncroo and too rcnwrkAblf to
DC. J. Co AVER & CO.
r5So!d brCW 8cha ffle sad F $ Caldwell
I.ewibure'; C D Rovsh, New Berlin ; J D H
Gast, Mitflmburg; and all Druggists 7 I
R. DEPI RAT1VE, r
Compound Extract of J uglans Keia.
I nnprccvdrnttd for the ennof iVrcfala and all rttreatt
diravi; vittrp of tho Liver. Kidneja aat BladdfT
Jsiiiidiee, bmpfj. Broockitilhn.aieCah,Thi-UfcI,
VaittiBir ef hl'-nJ. Iuriiint CoattaBptmB. ftorift
thTfDaiMj latlunatory kbenaaa.tum, toU Hha,
f tr HraUlarh. l;!pM. Irizsiaeiw. Nrrvraa. AflrftrTBa.
rbl-Mie arralaui eoto Kyes aavd Kyrlldi..ChroBrrAlM
dnlsr enlarKenentiv bite wrl halt, eld aad olrii
tkrr. Mrrronai tlcmand tropuof fvHIiar
of tbe Honea, Lapan. Katin tilce af tb lare.
Lip, MlrD.tat Latiag Sleeaa af tho Mi ath. Trrw,
Tbroat aud Sort I'aiata, Tetter, barber lieb aod aJ) Pt
asuaca or tna train, and all diaeaaea ariinc frra
rcas stats vw tu auw, wawlbar ken-diiarj. aci,airraV
Tbe (treat popularity wairb thif i-flaaabn aW h
attaiard at owing, to ita intrinair aivriu art w larfaVifta
ttf iU pntprWtnr. it ip avd by all ela hk boo fh-Mwa
IbmnKboat tba ennntry. bavina; witnrd iu
JaLTfcHATl K AND l l BAT1 K aifrrt ia tie ?
ckrouk dikai. do aot heaitate to rrrwmtad itaffft
talvablb aa ax&uaLi aiatcrja.
Oflr, 412 ftaee tf trvat, oktn Vx. DaTLf ! tMB
lad oa aUdiaeaaas. . .
Call at tbe Depot and pforwre Cireal acatttaiBJ
large atua ol tba moot reaper labia eaiaeaat.
The editar af th Ai7y 3 rj fcnfW,"f
era. In tbat paper of Jasvary :'l-t. IMS, aaaeeraiBs
aV. iW Uq-nr, wax fe cared biai ot MrjufioB.
. "SAf 19 DEPURAT1T K We are iaJ
Of fraiBwndlnic to our reader (be ae of
ratiTaa, and Boetrnaaa. wbieb my bT,
aed ia avr roloama. Havinr. bawtter. aard yr. i
BiedieiB and fBBd it t bo really pa-ara-ed r"r"
eataliea qaalitlea ft Kryatpelaa. e k
in BByiaa: ao, and coa.ndiif tba DaiU
fhilad.il hia. Snrort.
la Jaaaary. J aPl'r. ,n
Trar, waa aturaa wiaa
h.r joiata 1
IBI.rOT.WMBa. tarmna; wwa w - - - rnHj9.
U iry Itr.lk.ru' ikowrotm: Ihe lira! I" '7,,,
rr a d,ri0wi .haa(. for th. hrClar. bo
wwatuiM anaia lia. and it anVctrd a ot""
haa rraiaiB.il moot KbtaKaluaa aa4 a.r aralia V
arar siaco, heuif apwaroa ol ,JJ5''!,'-TH0rS.
Va 11 II nirDlaWv-i -
Thla lara. rlaaa .1 Jimi, '''n '!r;Ja.
laaiatioaa. Brachial Irrilati.aa. a., la m i a
loll, ir. a-0 hy Ih. aa. ot Dr. lama' Dal a
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