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i.EWISBURG -CURONlCLB--ANIKWJaST..BKAXCH .Viil'S;U
For ihe Care r
CHXTI3, CROUP, ASTH
' Tba uniform su'cess which has attended the
Ut of Itiw preparation its titulary (fleet i a
power to relieve and eure biTretiona of the Lunge,
ban gained for it a celebrity equ did by no O'het
medicine. We offer it to tlie afflicted with entire
confidence ia ita virtue, and lha full belief that
ti Will subdue end remove tha st'vereet attack of
vJiaeesea upon the thtOil and lunge. As thcaa
Taaulta become public, they naturally attract the
attention opmedical men and philanthropists
everywhere. What ia their opinion . of Cherry
Perioral, may b eaen below.
VALENTINE MOTT. M D, Prof. Surgery
Medical Cortege, New York, aava :
It irivee zae Setst pleasure to certify the value and effl
tacy orAver'CiJ.rrY Pectoral ,wl:iih t consider peculiarly
adapted, tu cure diseases of the Throat aud l.ui.gs.
' Tha Rt Re Lord Bishop FIELD write in a
letter to hia friend, who wae faat sinking under
kn ttT.ction of the Lung
Try the CLerry pectoral, and if any medicine can giTe
you rehri, with tine bltr-ping of tfoti that mil.
Chief Justice UiSI 'I'.'E. of Lnuisuna.wrttee:
That a ynuai; UKgrtter of hie was Tared of several
sevtrc muk ul CliOlP, by the Cherry Pectoral.
ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS The Cans
diati Journal of Medical Science stale.
That Afctbina aud Sroachj'tia, so prevalent in thia
Inclcio lit .liaiate, ban yielded with surprising rapidity
to Av.-r Ch--rry l'ertonitxtd we can not too strongly
r- conimtua im saiiim j-'reftarauoa to uur jroioeiczt aiui
Let the relieved tulle rer apeak for himself:
IIiRTrraa, Jan. 6, 1W7.
Tr. J. C. Aycr Pear Sir : Having leu rescued from a
painful and Janeerons disease, rratitudi! proata Be to
srba you Jut ai'iuowicoKun, nut " j wju ju
!,.!. the mform.litn of ethers in like saictit.
A slight cola upon the lun-o, ncrl-eled at first, became
,3 r-serr that spiti'Dj of t lood, a violent cough, and pro
fuse Tiitfbi IWiuU lol low C :.Ba ISirn"M un nw. . urtaui ;
etuscliud, ittuil hm ki,was dcrvsid by mycouirh.
and a pain anrnigh Bay cu-rt, and in snort u an ia?
aiarmui; tj-mpiO'M I (,uick coiuuiniuoa. Xo medicine
m -J at all to r.-ach my case, until 1 providentially
. trud your Oberry factorial, urh eoon reUtteii aiid now
haa curW ma.
Your with rrect, h A. Ta1 AST.
From 'alter d.irj
Aiiiar. n. T.. April 17, If 48.
Br. Aycr, Lcweil EcartJ: I wSal!iR'tl by Aethnta
jn i! a avrvt fwaj, w that I hare btn ot'lig.d to flevp in
roe chair fcr a lar-el part cf the lilac, being iraabl to
trt-ailjr on loy V 1. 1 hsA iri-d a gr u. many mediruK
to no purj'Ot'e, until my phjiuciut pr-mof-d. as an expe
riment vourCbcrryi cciorai. At trr.tit set mud to nilce
m- worf, but :r l.ar thnn a wrr-k 1 b an eapTieur
thf Dt KntUi'yina leiicf Irt m it n-; and no, iu fuur
mrkf. ibv difl4-ae is nt.rt'ly irtuotrd. 1 can el-rp on
tt.y bd with oc-Bitort, ai,d eify rtst ef c-.Oilh wMtb 1
lad nevr uxpertrl to enjy. OfcO. t. AUKANT
frrpartl buJ .C.Ai.rr,Chevtist,Lou:cU,&Ix.
roraale hy C V tSl'HAKFLC, Lewiaburg ;
J II ("a.l.iw, Mii .in; Iaac tie. hart, balitiagroer,
and is I'ir.ji'.i irenciatly
MIC jiirinr rstiip bt:n ihe subscribrrs
in tl.o Ltery business, wnt (his cay
dtcsolved bv Hiuttinl consent. All tierson'
'nt!c!it( d to the firm, will settle with C. F.
Qese ; crcditora w.ll r'su look to him fur
pay ment. JOHN f . HESS.
CHAR1.E-J F. HES8.
Leiturt April 0, lb50
The undersiirrfd will
coi.tinun thf UVElilC
EUS1.YESS at '.i f id
StHtid, titid respi'ttfuliy solicits the jivrnri.
ge cl Lis friends and the public centra !y.
C11AULE3 F. IltloS.
April 0. 1850 fl
THE Burgas nnd Town Council of the
Hiiou(h of Lewisburg,,-hereby Rte
notice that ihey will rreeive propos!s Irom
this date until the 1st day ol May orx'
For quarrying stonp (nl ii.e qu.irry of
W in lm!T(iii,r,;ij.) in feparalf lots ot one
hundred perch each, to Macridamixe par:
of Market atreet ;
Alo protK.sB!3 for hauling and uViiverinf;
i.tf.ne 'ju Market street, in lots of one bund
red perch each ;
Also proposals for brenking the said
tone (in lots of rue hundred perch each)
to such fist as will pass through a two and
.inch ring, and
Also propr.salt for the delivery on Mar
ktt ptreel of four hundred perch of paving
tstone.in separate lots of one hundred perch
each, of the tollowing site, dimensions and
quality, to wit : the t,tur,e to Lc not less
than en nor more than eight inches Ion;:,
and the length to exceed the thickness by
at least one third, and to be of permanent
and durable quality, suitable for street
All the above work to be done under'the
supctin'.endencc and direction of the Street
Commissioners, and to be completed on or
before the lul day of October next.
By order of the Courcil :
A. H. BLAIR, Burgess.
A ileal: John UuigiituJi, Clerk.
Lewisburg, April 10, 1650
WHE Burgess and Tcwn Council of the
1 Borough of Lew Uburg met, April 1,
1850, (or the purpose of adopting measures
for the be'.ter regulation of the streets, pave
ments, and alleys therein, and after mature
deliberation the following resolutions and
iurdiitances wero unanimously adopted, to
w it :
1. Resolved, that as the pavements : nd
side-walks were intended for public as well
as private accommoduiion, we deem it im
portant and necessary, and hereby ordain,
lliat el! obstructions ou the same shall be
removed. We therefore authorize and re
quire the street Commissioner to remove,
or cnuKC to be retnuved, all obstructions
on the streets, pavements, and side-walks,
so far as practicable, without refpect to
persons, giving due notice to all persons
who shall have in any way obstructed the
streets, alleys pavements, or water-courses,
to remove i lie samr, allowing them rea
sonable and sufficient time for said remo
al, and in etise any person shail neglect
or refuse to comply with this ordinance,
the street Commissioners shall proceed
forthwith to remove such obstruction, and
leturo the said person or persons, with a
bill of the costs of sm-h removal, to the
Burcts, who shall auihorizc and require
Ihe High Con-table to collect a fine of 6ve
dollars, together with the bill of costs o(
aid rainovul, from ea 'i aud etery person
so returned : and if said person or persons
hall refuse to pay the said fine and bill of
XV', iti H.gh Coiib!e shall proceed im
mediately to levy Upon the goods and chat
ties ol every such person or persuus, i
the full amount of said claim, and sell Hit
same accordiug to law : and the money
thus collected shall be paid tuto the Bor
g. Resolved, thai it shall be the duty
herealier of the street Commissioners, to
furnish all persons within the Borough who
may npply to them, the proper grade ai.d
width of pavements aud trees ; also, . the
building hue of thu street, and in case such
persons con form to the directions giveu,
they shall tut hereafter be subjected to the
expense of ailer alterations; but should it
ulierwards be tound necessary to alter, the
expense sbali be paid out d ihe Boiough
treasury, unless it shall be lound to have
bci'ii the result of manifest carelessness on
the part or the strict Commissioners, in
which case, he or they shall bo' held re
sponsible for iho same.
3. KesolveJ, that the strtet Commis
sioners shall hereafter iece:ve pay lor all
time spent in the discharge ol the duties
4- Kesolved, that as there are several
pumps, so situated within the pavements
on Market street as to form serious vb
atruelions while in their present position.
but which, if moved to the curb, might be
of important service in case of lire, we
therefore authorize aud instruct the street
Commissioners to adopt some plan to have
said pumps removed to the curb as soon
as practicable, the expenses of w hich shall
be paid out of the Borough treasury.
5. llesolved, that Murket strtet, between
F rout and Second.and also bitweeu Fourth
and Fifth streets, shall be properly graded
and MvAilainieed or paved riuitng the pies
enl'year, and that the Clerk is hereby au
thorized to receive proposals separately,
tor quarrying, breaking, and hauling stone,
in separate lots of one hundred perch each.
lur ma. purpose, ana also 10 receive pro
I osals (or the delivery of four hundred
perch of paving stone, of such sice and
quality as may be deemed suitable by the
street Commissioners for the said work.
6. Resulted, that the owners, and hold
ers of property cn each side of Market st.
(wi.liin the limits to be AlcAdamzed or
paved,) are hereby required to pave thu
gutters and set the curb stone in front ol
their lots, at such time, and according to
such directions, as may be given them by
the Street Commissioners, and if any per
son or (lersons shall neglect or refuse to
comply with ihe said requisition, after hav
ing received due notice thereof, the street
Commissioners shall proceed to do the said
work, keeping a correct account of the ex
pense Ihereoft and each person, so neg
lecting or refusing, shall forfeit and pay a
fine equal to the full amount of the cost ol
ihe said work, together with the costs of
collecting the same, which shall bo paid
into the Borough treasury.
7. Resolved, that the foregoing Ordi
nances and Resolutions be published in the
By order of the Council :
A. H. BLAIR, Burgess.
Attest: John Houghton, Clerk.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1850.
ACCOUNTS OF LEWISBURG B0R0'
for the year 1849.
Jot. Glatt 4 Sol Hitter, Overseers of Poor. DR.
i o arttouut 01 implicate tor lsty a'Jl.tJo
By ami expanded Hannah Derat $97.38
da Mrs Conner 49,56
do John Meloy 11,74
do tiaoeieot pauper 99
do Lurinda Reaae 61,43
do Harriet M'Colnm 42,99
do Sarah Kuigan 44.83
do Rebecca Bond 30.3? J
do Sarah Mscbamar 13,50
do Marie Hi lea 8.48
do Tbomas Harris 5,00
Books for dapiicaie eke SO
Overeeen.' W ages 40,00
Percentage fur collecting duplicate 39,59
Exoneraiiona on duplicate ' S1.05
Balance due lioroogti 145,09
To Balance due Borough $145.09
Exonerations Poor Tax, 1849
Andi-r?ou W in
Lane James X
Laeey l X
I N Lokeas JC
Myers liaeid Mt
M Neil Curtis si
N'ewman Jobn Jr .
fross Kii hard
Kaudolph John E
Shuck Andrew E
Tustin A K
W alters Cathriaa
W Usoa A a B
Yost Harm an
lanieroB Wat X
bull Joa O
iigbt-it John Jr
r oKU-r Ira E
Irkkinson Fetager 1
Uotchall John K
House! Jacob Jr
Hunter II f
Johnson ilenry X
Jot. Glau Ctlkcler oj Bori Tax for 1849,
1850 March ZS To amt ol duplicate $13U,U
(JR. By cash paid Treasurer $836,30
1850, Feb 28, By 0oro' scrip
taken in payment ol Usee 38,35
Interest on aame 7,36
March 1 1, By Borough Scrip 8,00
Interest ou same 78
Work done on Streets 456 82
Percentage on duplicate 65,59
Eionetations on duplicate 60,61
Balance due Borough 63 27 J
Exonerations Road Tax 1349.
Am moos Sanaa,
bull Joseph C
bindore Isaw? -Flick
tiotchall John U E
Hauler II P
Huiid SU-bben , .
Carotbers W illiam
Johnson Henry E
Kennedy UewtU S
b Laoey B
Miller John T
Morison Munsoa "
M Neil Curtis E
tibas k Andrew X
Tusua A E
W allass Nancy
Wileon 8 A B
JLme James B
.1 I urr jonauutn
Mjwi baTtd -.at
Newman John jri
Peters J0m .
ktaadolpb John E
bands OstkI .
White Ibos f E .
hursd tbsfsjgt EVskt.
John Houghton, Treasurer, DR.
1819, Much 2C, To balance due Boro' on
settlement ' -. , $la7,19J
Juno I, Cash reel of J P Rom for J V
Hhiiner, Colt er lor the year 1818
Aug 6, from Joa (jhu, Coli'er for 18t9
11 Hanrelman's reel for bill for ue
of bouse Ac lo hold bom' election
Mar 1849, reed of J tilaas. Coll 4,00
33, from Jos (ilsss, Coll'r lor 1849 40.00
1850, Jan 6 do d 70,00
do do bO.OO
Fei 7. from J P Rom for J W Curioer 4 10,00
14, Irom Joa till a, Coll'r for 1S49 116 00
28, do ilo 25 00
March 11, do do 1C.22
26, do in full coll. dup. '47 8,36
do 8 Rilier, do poor lax '48 25
J Claas.taken for UeeTownflail 9,10
do line itnjHised on certain
peraoua for disorderly couduct 6,00
lloro'Scrip Milh int. taken by ,
J CUss.coll.tor tasca.F'ti.28,'5u 35.61
Scrip ot do do Mar.11,'50 3.78
Aug G, 1849. By cash pd.A Winrgarden in pari
tor breaking a. one to MacAdauiiu .Market
atreet. per receipt $15,00
7 Wn Dtiiy, hauling stone for do 25,00
11 Thos Waters, quairvLig do 6 00
18 A Winrgarden " do 35.00
20 Wm llitty do 40.00
Sept 6 Thoa Waters do 6.00
7 Win Billy do 3u 00
10 A Winegarden do 31.00
17 JVBuskirk iti part fur lime for Boro'12.42
31 Thoa Waters, quarrying atone 10,00
Netiu& Ruber ,prord.lor JuWenael 3ii.0U
33 do do I h Waters 14 00
24 do do W in Billy 11,93
Oct 29 Wm Ditty 20,00
o 3 A W'inegsrden 31,00
10 J Cla-a lor Hanaelman, use of boose 4,00
13 A Wtnegardeu 60,09
22 S lues, aereg notices on Bora Offi 1,40
Dec 1 J V Bu.kiik, in foil for lime 33,13
Jan 1,1850 Cash pd H W Fries by ord
ol Council for Borough Scrip 52 12$
6 Wm Ditty SO.oo
t IU Shelter pr ord for Wm Ditty 47.62
12 Wm Dilty M',10
A Wint garden. 6.00
16 NeviUi'&KrbrrprOTdforAWineg'n 13.54
Feb 14 JGIase.rret pd WCameron for stuue 44,30
do for John Wensel in full 58
Thomas Watere do 1.58
W illiam Ditty d !6 9l
MarS ALHa:&.ld,partforkaepng TCIork 10,00
26 G Donachv.arrv. as High Constable S,"'.'
P Hanfelman.use bouse Mar I5,'50 4,00
II Miller, Const, aerving notice of
election on Boro offlcera for '50 1,60
ON Wordrn, publisbg sundry noti
ce and Ihe present Statement 13,25
JAMertz, Esq. qualifying Borough
officers for 1819 and 1850 9,00
Wm Roshong, late Pro'.b'y Union
Co, bill of costs allowed him by
Auditors, for certioraria in suite
brou'l by Price against Boro'
for iaauing Scrip in 1843 15,00
Auditors, settling Boro' account 3,00
Clerk, Disking out duplicates for
Boro' and Poor Taiea for 1849 6 00
Clerkdt Trees' salary kerpng accte 25,00
Boro' Scrip and int. reed by JGlasa
Feb 28,'50,cancelled by Auditors 35.61
do JUIass Mar II, '50 do 3.78
do Tifua. 'ce last eeltle't do 43,89
Balance due ihe Borough 135.8".$
We the undersigned, Auditors of I ho Borough
of Lewieburg, do certify thai we base examined
the foregoing accounts, snd 6nd ihe same to he
ccrrect. Witness our hands, the 2 Sib day of
Match, A. D. 1850.
JONATH N WOLFE,
kl OTICE. To the Honorahle the Judges of the Onnrt of
Quarter Sessions ef the Peace ia aud tor liie County
of Pnkm, at May Term, 1H&0.
Ihe petitKin or fame! is. itecer, or n rnte i-er townf nip
la said county, reepcftfiilly showetli that he w desiron( of
lie houw at the Forest Iron Works, on the
Turnpike leadinK f-rm W hitc beer Mills to Center county
through Suirar Valley. He. therefore prays the !i"wnr
ble Court to irrant him a license ft.r keeping a pnblie inn
or tarern, and he as ui duty bouud ill pray, Ac.
HAV1KI. II KI.'ltKR.
We the undenigned citizens of W hite beer tuwnnhip in
the county cf t'bion, do hereby certify that we arc. well
aeu,u.iintcd with baniel B. ftericr, the above applicant for
a tavern license, aud know him to I a man of pood
repute for honepty and temperance; Ulat he is well pro
Tided with houee-r:tm sud other conveniences for the
aeconimodati'iu and lodginx or stranirers and travelers ;
and that a public houxe. is n'-ccpnary there to aeeinumoilate
tbe public and stranirers and travelers : we therefore, beg
leave to recommend bun for a license agreeable to Lis
Wm. L. Ritter, Gen. rnderwood, Charles Kline, Henry
Kustenbader. Jacob bieflenderfcr. Jacob Truek'-nmiller,
John bielTenderfer. Aaron Smilti, Jatub Troxel, Abraham
Auguney, w ru- r. Ihktennsn, Jo-l Kanea
a PPLICATIOV FOR LICENSE-To tlie Hon. the Court
oT Ojuarter Hesxions of the Peace in and for the
county of Lnion. ui May Term, IS.).
The petition or the subscriber bumbty praycth yonr
honors to grant him further license lor keeping a public
house of entertainment in the lanre and rmmilmn
house which he now occupies fur that purpose in the
Boroueh of U-wisburg In said county. He therefore
prays the Hon. Court to grant him the license asked tor,
and in duty bound he will ever pray.
We trie undersigned citizens of Lewisburg in Oie county
of I'nion, ouiiig personally acquainted with Adam J.
Weidcnsaul, the aliove named petitioner, and also having
knowledge of the boose for which the license is prayed,
do certify that such a house is necessary to smmmodate
the public and entertain strangers and trareters,and that
be is a person of good repuu- for honesty and temperance,
and Uiat he is well provided with the necessary conveni
ences for the accommodation and comfort of fravelers.
W'e therefore pray your honors to grant him a "cense
agreeable to his petition. Lewisburg. April 4, ItoO
Henry W Fries, James Blair, F Stoughton. Kanslow
Furry, James Criswell, Mathias Hate, Ilenry Nener, A 1
HatrK ld, Kami Wolfe, W Uliam Cameron, 1 Whitlock, J
Boring & Summer
JUST received, and now opening at
FORSTER'S NEW STORE,
second door east of Kline's Hotel, a new
Splendid Assortment of Goods,
suitable for this and the approaching sea.
son, consisting of
CLOTnS, CASSIMERS, TE9TISGS,
Ladles' Dress Gttada
of every stylo and variety new style
Parages, Lawns, Armure Delaines, Ging
hams, &C. r
A great variety of sty lea Chints, Cali
A beautiful assortment Ladies Parasols,
Morocco and Kid SHOES and G.1ITERS
for Ladies and Children.
Also a choice selection of
&C.&J., all of which are offered remarkable
low for Cash or Country Produce, by the
Lewisburg, April 3. 1S50
11 HE subecribera have receivej a lol of Can
delabras of varioua patterns also Pine Oil
and Fluid Lamps of different sisea, all of which
thet oner at Philadelphia price.
' THORNTON & BAKES.
dV'ew a Store,
; ' ; . : AND ' . '
nARTOX.CiEDOES & stinsii
HAVING formed a Copartnership in the
Mercantile business, and enlarged the
JSioreroom lately occupied by S.S. Barton
opposite Kline's Hotel are now opening a
well selected and extensive stock of Mer
chandize, consisting of
Brrj (&00H5. G,E!r
Carpenters' Tools, Queensware,
Furniture Mounting, Glassware,
Window GLASS a general assortment,
Bar, Rod, and Hoop Iron, Nails,
Tinware, Sheet Iron and Sletul
i'.uis, and a more gi'neral assortment than
is usually found in country stores whit h
they pledge themselves tu sell at ttrv
Persons at a distance will find it to their
advantage to buy (or Cash or we will
take in Exchange for Goods, Wheat, Ry,
Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, Timothy and C!o
ver Seeds, Butter, Eggs.Tallow.Hard Snap,
Beeswax, Feathers, and all kinds of trude
or country produce.
The patronage of the public is respect
fully solicited, and every assurance divert
that nothing shall be wanting to render
8AM'L S. BARTON.
JAMES a. MARSH.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1850.
rsi . n
wr s uiirjt.
Respectfully announces to hi friends
the public generally, that ho has removed
his residence to Isaac S. Sierner's boarding
houe, 00 Market St., north side, 4 doors
east of Fourth St. Office, Col. M Faddin'a
new brick building, next door nbove C. E.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1650
TAILOR, has removed his Shop to the
building (one door above Lyndali's) lately
occupied by John B. Milltir, where he i'l
be happy to fit his customers both old and
Fashions for 1850,
Spring and Summer just received.
Lewisburg, April 1,1850
Dr. JOHN LOCKE.
Has removed his OfJioe to his Dnelliny
the firgl door below Kline's Hotel, rooms
over Forster's Store where he will wait
on all who may desire his services, accord
ing to previous arrangements.
Lewisburg, April 3, 1350
TAlLOlt, respectfully informs his patrons
and ihe public that his onop is now ni ma
house the new brick opposite wr James
Rn on Third St.. where he wf.l be
happy to wait on all who may honor him
wi'h their patronage.
Lewisburg, April 'Z,
JOHN A. MERTZ,
Justice of the Peace,
las removed his OfnVe to Market St., in
the room recently used by Dr. Locke, one
door below the Printing Office.
Lewisburg, April 8, 1950
Philadelphia, Sunbury, Northumberland,
Danville, Milton, Muncy,
New Berlin, and Selinsgrove.
Leaves the City e?ery Thursday Morning.
Officts in Philadelphia :
For Psckagea snd Li?&t Goods At Livingston
& Co.'a E press. Depot 43 South Third St.;
And fr Heavy Article At Beichel & Co.'a,
Depot corner of Broad dr. Cherry.
Orders attended to if left et Uwuburs ith
Mr Kline Mr Weidenaaol, Mr Lyndnll. Mr
Forrter, orMr Sheller January 1. 1850
TRY THE JEW FIRM!
WTK0FF & H0USEL
B.- a at
WOULD inform Ihe puo:ic, mat mey
have opened a shop on Fourth street
i..r atorv of S. W. WykofPs dd stand,
opposite Hunfer Pardoe's shop, where they
keep on nana or mane m oi uci
Fancy and Common Chairs,
Boston Rocking Chairs also
Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads,
IT1 " of various kinds,
I I Settees. 6ie. Axe
All work in our line warranted to be well
made, and on the most reasonable terms.
House and Sign PAINTING-
attended to by Ihe subscribers on the shor
test notice and in ihe best style.
Country Produce and Lumber taken in
payment and Cash not refused, but rather
The subscriber intend to be strict in the
fulfilment of all their promises as regards
work and so doing, hope to receive a
liberal share ol public patronage.
JOHN N. WVKOFF. .
JOSEPH M. HOUSE L.
tawi-burf. Kor 15
1 1 EMAIN1NG in l!w LK iSB'tTH
I I, Post (Mice. March 31. 1850-
B V '
j App Isaac. Abel Jacob i i:C ." .
Is.i-erJ.coti. Bair t;bar!e, Brn Cb
Bacbrban John.' Itehr Cait. Budd Joun, iisaon
3 7e: Beown
W P, Blovins John Esq B
Jacob, Bell I b S, I'eger Joa,
.i' l. rk ss:.
.aiuiiivr O'irau ae .vim
.!... r. .
Fox He r, - ' '
, ' .-.ia:-m.-
Ilartman John, Huler At'm, llommel llcnrj
Bnirrson L A Eq
Kincaid E Rev 3. Kincai I Cornelia Miss,
KeUey John W, Kelley Catliarine Miaa
lyil-ack Edwin '
Mover David 3, Mclseer H Esq, Marshall
Edward. Meixrl Harriet Miaa
Kll Wm Jr
'Pooney Jaa M D. Paarlintr John. Paxton C II
Ilhodee Jubr:; rlicBard tlien .Tiles, iioyar nil
lil. Rover David. Ruhl i'hilip
(th.iut Eiisslx'ih Mise, 8hader Ahrra 2. Stran
Wm. Sanders Geo, Mmith Jacob. Kluter John K
Smith DaviJ, 8pat Jed. Hnyder Sarah J Misa
Bcbrack Beneville 3 -
Wengcrt Henry, Walker Isaae, Wod0 W,
Willi ver Mary. Wolf Peter. Wnodling Jackson.
Weiael Daid, Witmer Peter, Whitaker Thos S,
Weikel Marie wid,.w. 71
Persons ir.aairtng for the shove letter
will please say they are advertised, other
wise they mav not gt them.
' A. KENNEDY, P. M.
VT a meeting of the Board of School
Direr'ors of the Borough of LewLs-
bur:. held March 23, 1850,tt was resolved
to commence Three Public Schouls on the
1st dy of May next, to continue Five
Months. ' No scholars will be admitted
into thre schools under five nor over njfie
years of ace. All scholars admitted du
ring the Summer Term, will be refused
admission into the Public Schools during
the next Winter Term.
Will be rereivfd by the Board, from this
d ue until ihe 10th day of April nest, for
Three Female Teachers to take charge of
the above-named Schools.
By order of ihe B ar! :
WM. WILSON, Prra'i.
Job- lloro'tTox, Sec'y.
March .8. 1850
THE Co-Parinership heretofore existing
between L. Sterner and I. Sanderson,
trading under the firm of firmer J San
derson, was this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The Books and Accounts are in
the h:rds of L. Sterner, to whom thuy
have been transferred.
Lewi.bur, Mitch 25, 1850
N. R. For past favors, the subscriber
returns his grateful thanks, and hereby
makes known that he still carries on the
Tannine and Currying,
at the Old Stand. Determined not tu be
outdone in the manufacture or finish of hii
work, he is bound to have the beat work
men snd materials, and lo treat thoe who
hnve so liberally patronised (aa well as
those also who shall be pleased to patronize
him) with that attention which he hop-j) to
insure him a full share of public patronage.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange..
I J ides and B.irk noi re'tised, for which the
highest market price will be paid in cash
Or in excherige for leather.
March 23. A.D. 1851
loX the UrlC(,t
THE subscriber avails himself of the col
umns of the Chronicle in publishing to
ihe citizens of Lewisburg and vicinity that
be baa opened BOARDING HOUSE in that
large and comfortably arrjngrd house, formerly
kept as a Temperance Hotel by James Kelly, two
doors east of Itie Franklin Hoase. Market street
He is prepared to ssy that hia Table shall have
Ihe best the Markets can afford, and the Lodging
of Hoardcre ahall be aa cmioitable ai can be
desired. I. S. STERNER.
"N. B. A team and carnage
will be kept to convey p.isenBrs t.i and from the
Packet B.iaia. Lewiabunr. March 18, 1S.V).
BOROlt.II OROI AC tS.
Ill IK Town Council of the' Borough ot
Lewisburg met M.reh 19, and
passed the following Ordinances, to ii :
Whereas, there are a number of Trees
upon the Pavements of said Boro' planted
at such dis'ence inside of the curbstone as
to form obstructions upon the said pavr
menls or sidewalks ; it is therefore ordained
by the Council aforessid.ihat all such trees
planted more than one foot from the ou'side
line ol the curbstone, shall be removed
within twenty days from the date of this
And further it is ordained by the autho
rity aforesaid. that all pavements extending
outside of the line of the width allowed by
the Bye Laws of said Borough, shall be
removed before the 1st dsy of June, A D.
The Street Commissioners ire hereby
authorised and directed to enforce and csr
ry into effect Ihe foregoing ordiusoces.
By ordef of the Council :
March 19. 1850 3 w Clerk.
THE Board or Trustees of the TJntTerstty
at Lewisburg, will offer for sale, on
Thursday the 18th day of April
nMi. number ol handsome BUlXDINCl
JjOYS pleasantly situated on the University
Farm, between the lmetery ana i.ewis
jUra aiso some Lots on the River Road.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
when conditions will be made known by
the Mid TRUSTEES.
IwiaburtT. Mareh 9. IBM-
ON the 15th April, 1848, 1 purchased at
Constable's Sale, as the properly of
AkBbbw Black, b span of horses, with
their collsrs, bridles, and gears, snd a
wagon. The public are hereby notifi-d
that I have again loaned them to said
Hlaek for one year from this date.
Diae,iorm , JOS. Y. DERR.
' The Summer Session of liid
"ITIl L eMnnierwe en Mosbas lha 29i!i of
iff April. Instruction will be given, aa for
ir;fy, in all branct: necessary to iborUih
csJeVile coarse Oitr endeavor ahsll rJt be
J .P'J .Mnfcw... knowlea hut . j
futly HltjiiieJ, Uie progrtoa of the aluJent
1 1-.. i ,.e certain and rspid. The kind of
1 j . - , - ,
I iu.e.we .t ,?. certain and rsptd.
1 i .I... ..i!.l ."-terrtBie. which, while tt
pructicaldclieiofh'e. " '".-,-.
Composition and Declamation will
full share of attention partictilsrly to lmfr.
I he Primary Department shall have our 'in
care. From the disposition manifested to euela 1
the Institution, the subaenber fccla aumulated to
'1 he 8eaaiun will consist ef two Terms, of 11
wwks each a ahort vacaiion intervening. Tui
tion $6 for the common btanrhe-, $S fur the
higher Eneji-h, aoJ $10 V Langusgee, par
SieMiou per Term, oue half.
March S7, 1850. Principal.
WIN FIELD WOOLEN
Wear Uartlelwn, rnloa Cm., Pa.
rrHS. subscriber, thankful for Ihe liberal.
J patrunags bestowed oo his old estsb
lishinent, begs lave to inform h.s friends
and the public in geoeral, that he has now
removed hia Machinery into his New Mill,
(rtro miletuhwe Hartleton,nir the Turn
pike,) which has been bui't and fitted up on
the most improved plan, snd will have co
hv the rr.idd: of April an entire new sett of
JENK1' lauat IMPROVED MACHINERY,
in addition to his already good sett, which
will make it the largest and best fit'ed-up
establishment within 100 mi'es of it; and
with I ho advantage of one of tha beat wa'.er
powers, be fee's safe in saying that his
establishment is not and stall not be sur
passed by any in thia part of the country,
lie hs epgtged a good sett of workmen,
and ia now prepared for manufacturing
Broad and Narrow CLOTHS,
Cassi meres, Tweeds, Satinetts,
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, ic.
in the best manner, on the shortest notice,
at reduced prices. lO"Ftr ,ne acenmmo
diition of customers, Wool may be left at
New Be.lin: E Wilson's 6lore
Selintgiote Davie dr. Schnare do
do John Hertman Jr do
Freeburg : G A F C Mover do
Aoamsburg: tiemy A t,ft h d
PennaValleyNarrowa : Mrs Moats do
Mifflinbnrg : Henry Gait do
East Buffalo : Sam'Jel Reber's Tavern
BiilCeoX R.iada: J M freight's 8tore
Leut'U'g : J Hayes Ac Co do
do Reber A Iddinge da
Wast Milton : John Dateeman da
Milton : Mssteller A Ssrenk it
do Sneeney A Hug do
Liberty P O : Wm Dale'e House
Li:neetone : Weidenhamers Store
Pottagrove : Jamea Reed do
A good asortmot of Cloths, Satinetts,
Casvwueres.Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels.Blan
ki'ts. Stocking Yarn, &c. always For Sale
or Exchange for Wool or country Produce
at the New Factory. ,
CA RD1HG ami FUL LING as untal.
Winheld Mills. March 1. 1959
rrniiADELFinA ttpe aito rnsixoTTPE
'PriE iabscrilcrs vTould call the at?ention
L "t iTmtcn iothe grestly reduced pn-
l-rtt Of their present list. 1 bey now otter
Detcrmmed an spare no ers-r.se ia saaaine their setae
blishm 'tit as pertet aa possible, ttiey ba-s got up
complete set or the justly a-lcsratcd Bonvea err Lrma,
from Diamoiul lo BaalaiB, ia whicn tsey psetica:arij
n.vinr latclv rasile nuraerotis add'tions to their stock
or Fancy Tvps. rV-r1rs. Ornam-nta. A'--, their seac-tment
is niw unr.vallnt in the United States, and th"ir inAf.rovee)
m,'thod. or ra'tin. and ot preparine metal, enable them
to tSimsb enters in a manner to in.iireatisfsction.
I'nntinj Press-. sees, .-'tauda. hases. ita:ieya, mo-
tins Ink. and ev-re article s-a in a onBUBit-oaiec,
ain'stvit'v on haul at tlie lowest rates.
S,-cmid hand Presses, an Type nare only la itsreetyp-
in. at reilne. petei-a
B.v,ks Pampniets. Mnsw, nan-ia, asa ss, ssersDEjpni
th correctness an l oVspatcb.
N. B. Specimen Bocks vrlil t s-n lo Printers who
well to make ..ntere. t.- JiHlN!N
January i, 1-JO. o e, Jtim csrsrs.
GOLD and SHYER
Hot only in Califurnitt, but aan in Lmvitbwgf
A gooJ saaoitmrnt of
V'atcbe, Silverware and Je weir jr
of fine quality and at City prices.
Hatfield k Thompson
Respectfolly Inform the cititen of Lewisburg an.l
vicinity, ihat Ihcv haee enierea into ranneranip
st Ihe OLD SI'AND on Market St.. opposite J
Haves tc Co'a Store, prepared lo eircute every
kind of work in their line, in the beat manner.
Thev carefullv selected of the best Lnghsh and
French materiala. Mainsprings.Cylinders.E'cape-
herbt. and a vsrietv of Watch Jewels, anil nailer
themwlvea that their kuowledge and skill in the
busine-e will enable them to give ealislaction lo
all who mav favor them with patronage..
FINE WATCHES, anch as Duplet. E:
cs Dements. Lepines, Anchara, Detached,
Patent Levers, Kepeatere, end Musical Watches,
die neatly repaired and warranted.
Also f'r sale, variety or Gold and Silver
Watches. Patent Levers, Anchara. Detached. Le
pines. tuantcr. ami bngiisn waicnes, limit
Chains, Breasl-pine. Finger and Ear rin. Gold
and Silver Brit Slides, Brarrlete, Oold snd Silver
eav Pencils and Pens, do Spectacree,
JSsJidtsilver Spoona, Sugar longs.t 'omba,
Ac Ac in abort, little of every thing, and
anything else, not mentioning Antct-AnarAt,
always on band or got lo order
A variety of 11 rasa Clocks Mr 3 and upwards
at whMeael and retail
Persons desiring to get things rtgU, would do
well by giving the subscribers a call
Ezperirnee tells oa that tne ureuti system can
not affird a living. Therefore, in order to puh
along and keep moving," the Cash System must
necessarily be enforced. Feb 29. 1650
A L JtAiritl.U.
WM H THOMPSON.
did Dr. Jacob Townsend's
QARSAPARILLA also S. P. Town
ij send's Sarsaparilla for sale by
Dr. Thornton & Baker.
K QTT never refused a! the ofTict?
I VOll of' IeWr-Khrv)rj4.
rTim L-fiiber-Y.v.1 an l OEi. , !s;i
projrf-rty of hiy.v.i ('aiihui i -'H e :.
ia Le-nrrshnrT, rm the corner Z:. iX
and Water s'rbtlj. It is a full 1,'i ii.i
ft? jilf Jrf Rf'.-W. ''Tr.ival.a.V
Lut will b; f-fi'rrffl'at t'-Sh'.iC 3n r; :s'i
tAT tht; Jffyi' A.IriT'rH-x', a: 5 V.-er.rtrr"
p. M.,?'' Hvi:tv,-T kaxuo?..
-March S3. IS53. . ." - " - "
' UXn'ERSITY "AT LEWliBfiRS 5
i MEETLVf; ojVti.Hird of Trus-.e.
J of aiid L'n:veri;y, will beUH at t e
Aen fettiir Batlojirtjr ifith B-'rougn of
i'rt, t'titfin eouri';. Pa., cn 'J vrsuiuj Lt
8 b of .pri ties', at 10 o'clock, A.M.
.-, ti. F. .MILLER. Stt'j.
. lsewUUu-.it. 13,1?50
MEDICAL CARD '
DR3 HAYES Jb DAVIS bavin-nte..j
into par?r.ersh;p in the prajfftic r.f
Medicine, offer ihe-ir profmieaa! t'rvicea)
to the ibhabitsiits of Ltwisburj; sr.d vicini
ty. They rat) Le (oJLd al all times whea
not pruftsainr,.j;iy engage J, at Dr. Ha) as
oJice. Lewisburg, March I, 1650-
Wat.HAies, M U. C4 DAVIS, Ji B.
The subscriber ttTers fir saie a !args
s;aor?meni of ch'ticie ftiilTtue sueh a
Apple ire, 7 to 10 feet bisth, 40 varieiira,
ail wsrraated geuutne Peach trees, 21
varieties; Tartarian Cherry, Nectarir.s,
Pruue sod Pear trees, tocher wi'h s"ni?j
6 or 8 varietstt ol'Grepe Vines of the he'l
nttive snd exotic varieties. Ornamtutat
Trees, such as the Paulonia, Linden, ci,c.
The above trees can be seen by ihe lt f
April, t'ti the premi-es of the subvr.bcr.
one square above Christ Si MTuddia
N. B. Persona wishing to prrcure a
quantity of the Fruit tree, are requested lo
make immediate application tu the subscri
ber, in order to procure ths varcres anJ
a tc .anted. tl R. NOLL.
Lewisburg, March 4, IS50.
Rm Dr. jorm Locke,
SURGEON DENTIST, resrcctfslly inf rir
hia friends astd the public in general, that
be bss concluded to make Leniaburg Lis perma
nent place of residence. Dr. L. baa token rooms
on Market Square, firsi door below Ite Priotibg
Office, which he baa fitted up to operate in. Re
sidence at Kline's Hotel. tyThe third week
week in every month, be tcay be found at Eg
bert's II itel, in Milton.
Dr. L"eke is a rei'jltr grsduste of the Bait)
more Colleae of Dental Surgery, btaidea wbKh
qualification he bee had toe advantage o fite
yeara experience in ihepracth e cf mm ptoter.raii
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, iltinote, Wueon:u, ar. i'
the city vf Balumore, Md.
Dr. L. takee all ihe Journals cf the day whi h
contain new and uselrl information in the lines
of his profession : and frcm hia arraneemecw
with the te-t manufacturer of teeth, gold foil.
Ac. will aiwava keep on baud lor the eccemma
dattnn of hia customers the very beat quality of
ail tha materia'e u?ed in hit bo-inesa.
Persons wishing Dental operatione perfoimei?.
will find it lo their aJvatt,gB to give Lim calf
ae he ia determined not to be surpassed in tha
beimv end .iurability of hia opera' iona by any ore
fAaeama Persons for whom.J.K Jlorasl inserts.?
mfm Teeth, end nho may need rtpairir.K
done, are intormrd that I have the owitcls i.f
their mouths aa prepared by Mr.tlousel, arid con
fluently can i'o li.ir repairing et a lower rata
than it can be done lor eiaewba.e. as it savra tfa
trouble in many caaaa of making a new mx!.
Lt:aurg. Oct. ir, m,.
The sukaerihers teapert
i'u'ly iti form the citixtbe
of Lew isburs; ocil victmiv
that ihey have cortusi -ed
the ebc-ve buMiii'ss, W. ?'
Hale's old shop i c Cf :
St. one iwiuero south of Maiket, Iu rt sh' ;
are prepnred to Iron Hufgies or Wgor.s.
ard rrske all erticles in thrjr hii.-intss i.:
the m;;-t w.-irkmaniike n.aaner, st prces
which t!-ey hope wiil induce those wMiii.jr
anyihinj done in thi ir to ca" a; '
judiie the.rsfltes before g.tnc eerwh-i
Kei-airtrtg d..ae on trie shrtpt nr.-:c-;
and rm retivmble trrm also Shocir..-.
whtch ta a very important mst
fpp In i-iiiw that tiAvt vl!iRrne a
horses, and should be entrusted
only to perii'jns ot known skill.'
We natter ourselves that we are aM" '
compete wi'h any person in the country :t
Shoeing !l.r.-es : we ask only a trial, sric'
let the work show for it?f If.
All work warranted. IrS and a'A kin ;e
of country rritrliice takers in exch'ine. .
We hofe bv strirt attention to bus'tiesa
and a deteririmtion to suit all. both .":
work and price, to receive a hberf!
of public patrornje.
HATE A: FLT.n.".
leewisburg, M.ty 22, 18 19
PHE sti'rcriix r have hs3-.-'
X 'he Finn cf
s. & j. wet
for the purpose of enrryirg en a
Wholesale Grocery aid Geifral
Commission ami F rwarJiu
business. I.ibeiul edvntifcs will l.t n
on all kinls of C-onntry Produce. V
of business, new Warehouse on the W
immediately below the Bridge,
. ," JONATHAN WOi.l
Lewisburg, Pa. Ao. ?, 1319.
IOP. SALE by theso'iscrar.
. A tut of Frame Sttiif, aavriJ or tiatva.',
Joi.ta and Siuddir,r, ar. 3
500 I'oata of a go-.id (jiulite.
;' SAM L AMMON
Lewiaborg, Jan. 31. 1 5t
JUST receivej ft genuine a rtic'e r f (' ci
' Lirrr Oil for whpb'snle or refa ?.
Nov 13 Dr Thorntr n & Rtkr r
ikia aC .-s
fiad aeserdiag le aider.