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OHZTXS, CROUP, ASTH
MA, WHOOPING -COUGH
The uniform success which has allrmloJ (lie
Ilia of Ibii preparation its saluliry licet its
power to relieve and cure ufiVc'inna of the Lungs
hue gaiueJ for it a celebrily equ iled bv no other
medicine. We offer it to the allliried with entire
confidence in its virtues, and the full bcli-.f that
it will subdue and remove the severest attack of
diseases upon the throat arid lungs. As these
results become public, tbev naturally attract the
attention of medical rain and philanthropists
everywhere. What i their opinion of Cherry
Pectoral, mar be aeen below.
VALENTINE MOTT, M D, Prof. Surgery
Medical College, New Vork. says:
It firm me jrriMt t'-a.-ure to r.-rtify the value and effi
escyuf A yerV Cherry IM-t.ir1,wliirh 1 rmt"il-r lK-i-uliarly
adapted to cure digeadt'S of tlie Throat and l.uniri'.
The Rt Kev Lord Diliop FIELD n rites in a
letter to his friend, who fast finking under
an affection of the Lung
Try the Cherry IVeirJ. arid if any miMiJ-'ire can five
jott relief, with the Lli-nsilii; otlMnl ttiat HlU.
Chief Justice El'S I'lCE, of Louiei ina,writc
That a younz dauiilitfr of his sag run J i.t st'Tcnt
severe stlju-as uf CKol I by the thfrry lv-tir.il.
ASTHMA and BRONCHI MS The Cana
dian JnU'nal of Medical Science state.
That Asthma nnJ Itrun'-iiiUri, ro pri-vali'st in fifc
clrmnt rliniate, t:Te yit'Mi-ii witi frurr r;!ii r:i;hiity
fit Aver i lii'iTV rertnntl. ani we nn nor t etn.n:rlv
rrfumiueiii this skilful i;rvi.arlkn to the Jrufiion aiid
Let the relieved sufferer speak fcr I. i in self :
Hastf :. J.-,n. 117.
Ir. J. C. Aver Ik-ar .: Hariri? twu rs fv-ut-d frum a
paiorul an. Munrou. u.mn jrui u-r .n- mo to ,
lut ftr the infitnuation of oth i in lil aliiirt
A slifiht Ktld uptn th" lun-'P. ut firt, booimc
o srvtre that ittintc f 11"1, a violoiit ucti, nn-J ro
fus niulit Wlat follwM a!iJ f:utnncj on mo. 1 Us-anie
mriai"ii, oulj nut plf-p, km di--tr"sr' -1 y my .utrii,
and a imio tltmtirh nty -ht, anj in .lrt had ail tJw
alanniox nTfnpuint f juirt rtrnfuinpli n. No m-u:riii?
ii-tn'ii at all t roa h uiy r:i5-, until ! f.rovidt ntiaily
tried your Cherry iVcloriaJ, vLich soon n.tvv.-l abd now
La cun-d nn
Voun with ro-pcft, t A aTtWAKT.
From letter djlej
Ain.v-, N. V., April 17,
Pr. Aver. Let'woll iVar Mr: 1 v.n aifli.-tt-.! I.y Atbma
In the witrtit fi.rm. fr. that I Itav. l.t-n .Ili.'l ti hi'p in
xny chair for a larf -r part f the tim-. Win unaMe t.
troatheon my twl. I had tri.Hi a pp-at i-.aii nisli( in-'s
t no purpff. until mr phy-irian pn -r.Uii. ux an exit
rimrDt, yuurChorry i')rtT.t!. ftr-t it .-f-intd v mak
me wor-, hut in hi than ft 4-k 1 h-yn t oxpcrionci
itae muit (n":i!ifitp rvIUf fr m ii Ufi ; now, in fmjr
vet-ks, th tiifoa it iitir-ly r mjvtl. I ran lM-p t-n
ny bt-d ith O'nif rt, ami uujoy a tt f.i ln a!th n h'vh I
lad ne-,. r oxpot-l-d to enjoy. 4.KO. KAKKANT.
Preparedly J C.Aycr tit mis' J jnri I I, Ms.
For Mle by C W SHIIAFFLE, I-mUfiurg ;
J H (Jtslow. Milton ; I-aac Ucilurt, iSelingrovc,
od by brupgifty generally
On the 18 h tilt., bv U. v. II. Wocniz,
TCTER Sit .1'HllX to Miss Mjiiv Dusalii
os, all of While Dc-rr, Ljc. Cj.
In Silver Creek, III., 10 h ulw, I!iam
Height, Esq., of Frecpori. t: Miss Cauo
Iink Atbiss, of Silver Creek.
la Lewishurg on Friday April 2(5, John
SmoitTo.f, son of Peter and Ciizn Beaver,
(ted 7 months and 20 daye.
"Yea ! thou art gone, ere guilt had power
To stain thy cherub soul and form ;
Closed is the short lived 8 rarer,
That never filt a storm."
In Lowisburp, 24th ins;. , IBcniamin
Donachv. aged 24 years.
In Stephenson Co., M., in April l ist, i
I iiilip Keitzill. a native ol lljrnsbur
Pa., a;ed 51 years.
A meeting of (he Son? of Temprrince,
No. 53, West Branch 1). vision, ii called
at the Town Il.tll on Siturdjy evening.
4th May, at 7 o'clock, 1 M
All that have any interest in
accounts, will please attoul.
MAWS, or T,
Lewisbur,:, April 29, 1S50.
A meetinp of the Corporators of tlie
Lcwisburg Cemclcry, will Le lielj al l!;e
ofTice of the President, on Saturday tlic
11th or Miy inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M It
is hoped tht the members will nil attend,
as matters of importance will be Uid before
:he Bonrd. WM. WILSON, Sec'y
.Lewisburg, May 1, 1850.
flLL be exposcj to Public Sale at the
Saturday the 11th of May
next, commencing nt 10 o'clock, A. M..
12 acres of Lam),
situated within J of n mile of Lewisburg.
adjoining lands of W'm.W'iUon and others.
1 " ill be oflered in lots of four acres each
to suit purchasers. Terms made know n by
April 26, 1830. II. K NOLL.
FOR sale, at our Yard on Third street,
near P. Ilursh's house
Dry Pine Common ami Pannel B.iarjs,
do Joists and Studding,
Hemlocl JoiJs and ScEntiinjt.
White Pine Plaolt I .shingles
Square Timber VealherliuarJs
ell I'ine Flooring Hoards.
Roofing and Plastering Lath, &c
All or which we ofTr-r cheap for cash or short
cred.l. lUJRSH & AM HON.
Lewisburg, April 20, 1850
Cameron Guards You are
hereby commanded to meet at
the house of A. II. Blair, Satur
day May 4th, fully equipped lor
drill. Hv order of the Captain:
N. B. Al which tin and place an
Election will be held for one Firrt
CarT.. F. A POJfACHT.
Latest Arrival !
J II .1'ES & CO. take pleasure in announ
. cing to the public that vie are now receiving
from the city one of the Urgent, cheapest anil let
selected stock of Goods ever offered to the public.
No labor has been epnred to render their stork
complete, and to obtain articles of good qu ility. so
that it can be relied upon that nlia'eer thev shall
otter for sa'e will be just what it is represented.
They have an excellent assortment of
i ... ,.. (
cnmpii:Mg nearly every article usually enumera
ted under this head, among which are Hroi.l-
cloths, I'lain and Fancy Ciissimere?, Saiiiietn.
Tweed--, Cahmirtltes, Prapctte. t 'luliingtniis,
Plaid Linens, Tickm;. Drillings, Bagging, C it
ton and llernp Carpet Chain.
Plain and fancy Goods,
selected with particular reference to the taste and
convenience of the Ladi.'S e u-h as I 'hsngeaM.',
Plaid. CrenaJinr, and Foul.irJ Silks, Kind nml
l'lai'r Limartinr1 i)e.-laines, Ciape finished, FiiJ
ami Plain Linen Lustre, lioreze Desl.iine j, prin
trd French Lawns, Silk Illusion. Pink 1 a IT.
Illue, and l.'rimo i Tarlelnns, Plain and I igd
lilue i.nj Pink (doted) Svtirs. Linen, ('aniline.
and l.awn HilLr. Cbive anil Hosiery.
lionnc-t, r ans f arasols, rarasolettes, also
Fine Moleskin, l.rghorn. Ciiina Peail nnd i'aim
l.eif HATS, at lo.ver prices than ever oltvrcd to
a choice irhc'ion.
Glass, Qtioens, Stone, and
To those n hi wish to pn-cure am thing in
il9 eilht.r far utiitv or orn imPll thoir BMOflmchl
piriicuUily recuinmcnij iuclf.
Oa-s and (,'orn Sryth?s, Axes, Shovels. Ppides,
Stra v Knivee, M mur and II iv Forks (of supe
rior quality.) Do.'r triioiiiing.Glas, Putlv, Tv'ails,
Iron, Steel, fee.
CA ltl'ETSBA SKKTS
Floor an 1 Stair Carpels, Oil Cloth, Window
Shadis, Lidies' Satchels, Travelins nnd Work
HjskcU, iiNo Market, C'otljes and C rn Ilaskt,
Ctdancare, Unit, $ c. f,-c
In Conclusion, they would say (hit their good
have been bou-lit at very low prices, and will be
disposed of on the most reasonab'e terms for C'ah
or country Produce and to sii.-!y the public (as
to piece) just ca.l at Uie Cheap Store of
J. HAYES & CO.
Lwi-l.urg, My 2, 1830
OCKK, IkntUt. mav be founJ at his
Hirno in l.eirlurg, the present and the
two following wcixs. April 23
Illack Walnut Wanted.
Ql'ANTITY of Black Walnut, either in
logs or sawed to order also. Walnut
Crotches the whole to be delivered on the Pa.
Canal, at or near Lcnisburg. For further par
ticulars, ennnire of
April 23 II. C. HiCKOK, Lewisl.urg
ITOR SALE a superior Washing Miiture,
which removes all dirt and stains of various
kinds in a few minutes, without injuring the
texture of the cloth. Persons wishing to avail
themselves ol this valuable mixture, with full
directions for its use, had better call at the new
Drug and Chemical Store kept bv
D THORNTON k BAKER, I.ewUburg
Splendid Illustrated History
Mcxlrnn lVar and lis Warriors !
lil'l:I.X!C fnll acr.itint i,f the rerenl
War with Mexico, with the Lives of the
principal OiHcers on the American side, and over
40 Kngravings. By J. Fiiost, I.I. I). i
The work to contafn upwards of .300 paces,!
larije size l2mo., handsomely and durably bound I
in embossed cloth, lettered and ornamented in !
gilt. Prick, $1 "5 per copy.
sr'The suWril-er hivini; secured the ngency
of the ahove work for Ui'inn county, will solicit
the patronage of the peoplv for it.
Lenisburg, April 2S 3npd
Latest News from California !
I50RE 418 C0L3!
" 4 LL the world and the rest of mankind"
arc riFiioctfully informed that we have
opent-d an unusually choice asso.tmenl of
SPKIXft AND SUMMER
comprising a splendid variety LADIES' DF.ES3 (
COOIJS of the newest styles Calicoes, Del jius, I
Oingbams, Baragcs, bilks. Parasols, and F ancy
UooJs, and for Gentlemen's wear a large stock of i
C lof lis, CasilmerH,
Summer lSlutr-:, estin.-s, Summer Hats.&.i.
Salt, Fish, Nails,
Queensware, Hardware, Groceries,
All of which we olTer for sale at our proverbially
low prices, fur CASH or VKOVVCE.
REBER & IDD1NGS.
Lewi.hurg, April 22, 1850
"IIJ'ORIIS wok.hs ! Various theories
V have been started rlauve to the origin
of intestinal worms, and jet the question is
vexed one among medical authorities. Of
one fact, however, all are informed, and in
w hich all agree the fatal nature of the
influence they exert on children. As this
season of the year is one at which attarks
of worms are most frequent as well as most
dangcrous.we take grtut pleasure in direct,
ing the attention of parenis to Dr.M'Lane's
Vermifuge. It is one of the most extraor
dinary medicines ever introduced, and has
never f.ti'cd of success when tried.
Ai.EL.rni, Boss Cc, fitiio, Feb 1818
Messrs J Kidd tc Co : We wih to inform you
that we have sold all your Worm Siieciiic left
with u. W o wish you to send us some more as
soon as possible, as it baa given general satisfac
tion here. We have many calls for it since we
are out of the article. It has succeeded all other
preparations in this county, and for this reason
we wish to keep a supplv on hand.
K &. M A PATTERSON.
The above is one of hundreds of similar
communications which the proprietors ol
this rhadicinc arc daily receiving.' Where it
has been introduced, it has become the most
popular remedy in use.
AGENT3C W ScHiFFti, Lewisburg; II
J Shafer and J H Itastr, Milton ; I Gerhart, Su
linsgrove; J W Friling, Sunburv ; Mrs M'Cay,
1 Notthnroberlind ; M t" Orier, J Mooie, Danville
ijuWlSBUUG CiUKOXICL.14 AND WEST
Large Sales $ I-w Prices!
THE "MAMMOTH" WIDE AWAKE
and filli'ig vp again brim all
with a stock of ponds I.ARUHR.'iKTTER
unJ CIIEAPF.lt than evtr!
"IITE have juu received and arn'nnw opening
y a Urge and splendid assoitnent of
e I'b-aring everything adapted to the varied wants
and lales of the community, and at piicea that
can not fail to sive universal satisfaction.
The I.ADIUS are assured that we have a better
assortment nf IrO faOUIi than has ever
bien presented in this market. We have every
quality and description of
Cai!hmtii aul Jiws' Dress Gootlt, '
Cassiineres, Vestiri-'s, Summer e-tulT, Fancy
f rivals. Ac. A splendid lot of HATS, CAPd
and UO.NNE ' S. of the latest styles K.bbons,
Flowers, Silks, Culicocs, Iiiwus, U.nghatns, &c.
lltrdware Qui ( tiswaro Class ware,
of all kinds also a la-gc. stock of
Plaster, S'alt.nitd Fish,
t vry low prices for CASH or COK.NTRY
l'KOLU Ci: of all kinds at M i ket pices.
J. dc J. AVALLS.
Lewis!, urp, April 23, lS.'rO
IIRCI'I.AR for the Aeadimical Year c.)m
COURSE OF STUDIES.
ExrrciecJ in. Sjullin, Kcb!;i:. Definition,
English (.rammir, Arilhmelir, (Seuraphy. 1 1 i
lory l.'.S.A.v Penmanship anJ Compositian.
English Department cf the Academy.
TLe tame studies as in the Primary iKp.-irtm't
rontinoeJ in the use of hrer text l ooks ; and tt
iIiopo are addi'd flnner.! llt!tory,Algt'bra, Legen
dre, and Elements of urveyit:g.
Classical Department cf the Academy.
Ttrm Junior Aratlttuir class.
I. Frslisl. (irr.ntmnr. litinliniDiciur, AriihiULticitwo
livisif.n-.i t.-v'-'t; lijr.
N. Tl.. f.nw -tti'lttM u in I. T'-rm. nnd !'n man ship.
Hi. l.i)i--It-li ;r:iuiln;tr. M-ar. Ariihim-lif mitiDiflfil Iiv
1ft tlivUinn.vtrcfk .r:tmm;ir, History l'j.A, ivii-
tSertiftr Acadtvilc eta s.
T. (Vnr. (irw-k Kndcr. Alp Tra i Kle-m-T-t-.)
HI. ii" c r. rnr-l. t-tl, J.-ne-
ri Ilintnry, Kbfrli.h Lfin:n;!c Cbmj-itKu.
I. Knj-'Ii-h hnv1' nI C'injittonf Algebra, L:vy,
IF. Manr iJ.fn-trT, lArv. Anam.
III. i'iarm, .lid and fyuVricaJ Geometry WtmjtkteJ, Li
I. llnraee, fMysrVv. I'laticanl Spln-riml Trisnmnnnlry.
II- ' Uo 1i.'nMuratinii.SurTfinT.NaTi'.FntMn.
III. do Cf.mi.lft.-d, sN-lfft 4rntu.nMf iKmostlwu.-ji,
Khetorie, Analytical .;-oimtry.
I. IVtnnMthrn' on t)i t'mwn. Oirero dc OfBcii,
chanics, llydntatTP, and Hydraulicr,
II. Irt m.tlM m-.i cn th- Cr-iwn. Cicro dr offl.-iii' ccun-
I'li'tt-d. iTH'iimatirs, Acoustics, Khctricity, Magiio
tini, nud Optir.
HI. Orvt k Tragi-dy, Taritnit, Astronomy.
for Armlfmiral -nr cr.rnm nrinp: Oct. 10, IR-TV
I. liOiric, Natural Thtv!r-;y, ln(tHw tnal Philrxiojdiy.
II. ir-t'k. folitiral l-iMi'iny. iinJ I'liilwtnphy.
HI. Jtnil, r AnulHrO-. Or-titution A U. Ch miatry,
J-t cturcs, (it-nt-ral Kcvlens.
TVo cliiss in the Kt pul.ir C'ntirse has less than
thro du.;Iy recitations. Every Saturday forenoon U
devoted e rclusiively to Vocal Music, Declamation,
and readme select nnd original Compositions.
The Biud.nttt are required to attend, rrgul.it ly.
come relijjourf nteetinpf. Minors ore expectrd to
attend fucIi rmelings as are rec-immcnucd to ihem
by their pare.it-' or Guardians.
There are in the
borouah no Ies. than six places of public worshtii.
of as many dilTfc rent Christian denominations.
KngHth for ring, n.. ,vtoeriVij. The nil !,., p.-rters
l;li- t"ri; al K vl. r, v,revrt. r' .r Wi t.st. r s li:. tK.i:.ry.
; iuiiif,nn r.n'.j: itmilirnar. J vwrs ni:nsiYi' r.x
in Knt;tili I '"nijnt.itin, I'ari.'cr'ii Ai.tH, Iiluir I-cturitt
Jsttin Isinijwtp.. ItullHin'iit.'rainjiinr. Itullinn'o RradtT,
I-eviTftl's l,vxiron. Hullion's Cipher, ti Iimitz and Zunipt'i
Vinril. I.inri.ln's l.lvy, AnUion'n iu-rr.ee, CicTw J- ittticiifi,
Tvli-rN Tacitus' tlcrniania et Acriro.i.
(rrrrl Itimungt.. HulUon.Ur:imm.''r BullionN Rerulir,
l.i'Mi'l! k sicitt'fi L"xi'on. Own's X"D 'ptmn Anal-a.-i!i,
iiwt'H'n llomcr'n OlyR.'', Cl.auit'lin'H Dua"stiienc, Fk'n
M'tlhwiina. Paxit rt" Arithm tic fr.T Arad. micfl. J-'It:
rntiiry Alu-.-l-ra. Itonrlnn. lvi-n'IrH. Surviina ami ,nvi
tritti''li..AniilyliraltifonHtry.olintiil's"atur.ill,hJv.s(IJ' iftTiiityln-J, 01xuUh1's A.srrniiomy.
umber of Stiidcnls.
The nunilicr of otudcntd during the past vear
in the various Departments, was Mil, 'J'lie
numher that have cnte'tJ the classes in the lie.
gu!:ir Course fir the enrrent year (eiclusive of
those in the Kngli-h and P:imary departments,)
is as follows :
CoixzuE. Junior clarw - - a
fviphorniim rla - 14
In-shman rta.s - - 30
AcanuiT. S-uior cla - - a.
Junior duns - 0.. OT
KPIIKX W. TAVIaiK, A. M- l'rof. of Jluthenat'j-s
nt Xatural Philiwnpliy.
' ', ? j,".,,,,,..
iiki.HCI V)'. AXI'LKSOX, A M , Prof, of Latin Laoini'gt'
nml I t..atiire.
1SIAC '. UlOMIf, A.M
ALFIIKD rAVLOK, A.M
, Prilicifial the Afml.'my.
, Tutor in the nglih Lan-
ruaire anJ Ktoe.'iion.
Buildings, Library anl Apparaliw.
The Academic tJifice now occupied by the
members of the Unive'v, '' been erected, 8t
an eipeniw of S,0ii0, ami it artatl ti arcnrnmnlatF
iM jtu.lenrj.. Anoth.-reditire ha.; ti" .wmenil.v(hieh
is to be finished witiiin the rnunw o. the pr"nt Aewli rnie
inr. nJ Ui contain stuily rixms an..' dunnifones fr the
eenmandaHon or 7l stucii nUi in the Coi'.'epate .Vpartm t.
. 5Te l.il.n.ry contain a number of eeliM-t voluiu-a, ana
ii eimsrantly inen'itinir. ,
f'lumi.al ApiTntus has been ontem! anelent f
sui'pty h. iniiniHliiit4 ilrmnnii. ITie Apparatus f,r aue
illujlration of Mechanical Philosophy, is now compu te.
Tiiillon nnd Itoard.
Tuition in the Collegiate Department $30,
Academic 20, Primary $12 per year.
Board, including lodging, washing, fuel, and
light, can be had in the village and its vicinity at
various prices, from J 1, 37 to (2,50 per week.
Sessions and Vacations.
Two Sessions in the year the former com
mences on the 2nd Thursday in October, and
continues 27 weeks; the latter commences on
the lAtb May, and continues 15 weeks. ,
Spring Vacation, 4 weeks ; Autumnal, C.
By order and in behalf of the Board :
THOMAS WATTSOX. Prca'l.
CEORCE F. MILLER. Sec'y.
Lewisburg. Union Co. Pa. April 14. 1850
A Card, to the Ladies.
OF Philadelphia, bega leave to announce to the
Ladies that he marie to order f3j
Ladies' Boots and Shoes, of every -
description, at reduced pricea lias aaa
also on band double aolrd Kid Buskin Shoes for
!fl,l2i, Ihin aoled Slippers for 75 cent, and
variety of Children's Shoes cheap for Cash.
The aubacrilier devotes himself entirely to 6nc
work hi bia line, and believing be can give aa'ia
faction, aoliciu a abare of public patronage. 8hop
on N. Third St. Sd door aouth of School-house.
Leiaburg, Ap-il 16. C. MILLER.
T7 QTTnever refused al the office
The subscribers respect
fu'ly inlorni the citizens
of Lcwisburg and vicimtv
that lh'j have comi-nred
the above business, at M.
I Lite's old shop on Second
St. one square south of M trktt.wherethey
are prepared to Iron liuggies f r Waggons,
and make all articles in their business in
the most workmanlike manner, at prices
which they hope will induce those wishing
anytbina done in their line to call and
judije themselves before going elsewhere.
Impairing done on the Mmrtest notice
an I on reasonable terms u!o Shoeing,
which is a very important mat
ter to those that Imve valuable
horse, nnd should be entrusted
..!.. . ...... i i. ... .i ;tl et&MSii
We fl.it;er ourscUcs tai e arc able to
compete wi'h any person in the country in
Shoeing llores t ws as!t only a trial, and
let the work show Inr : itself. . , .
All work warranted. , Iron and all kinds
of country Trotljce taken in exchange.
We hope by strict n'tention i business,
and a determination to suit nil, both in
work and price, to receive a liberal 6hare
of public patronage.
HATH & FURRAY.
Lewuslurg, May 22, 18iJ
You are hereby commanded to
nect at the notice of A II. Blair, on
Saturjuy ihe 4th of May next, at 10
o'clock, A.M., in full uniform, each
Tnemlier to be provided with 10 rnda
of I'biik cartriilge. An Elrction for
First Sergeant will be held at the
same lime and place. By order of
the Captain. J. A- KtlOADS, OS.
Lewisburg. April 13, lSc-0.
'Vii the lion. Court of fleneral QuartiT Sessions of tlie
I'i'aee in an l f..r Ihe County of I uion, at the May
TVrm t.r IsSu.
The petition t.f Wm. L. Bitter, of White IWr township,
in tlie rouoty of t nion, rvsiiertfully viiowlh, that your
Mtitioner ij di'sir'.us of km-pinir a puTilie houu in the
h mse kept by Wm. 1- RitU r last yar, ami hiTe be
f .nnerly kpt a public house for a numiier of years, ami
is proviiteit with every niTessary convenience so to lo : he
Itu-n-for.' pmys Ue Court to frrant biln license to keep a
tavern or house of public entertainment tr the aceoru
nioilation of travelers and stmnirers, anil such a house is
ueee'arily wajiteil, anil he vill pray. Ae.
WM. U RITTKU.
We the suhseriheni. cltiaens of WbKe lsr township, ilo
c-TIIfy that the fchoTe applieiict is of punt ri-pute for
honesty and t ns rauee, and is wll pniviili-U with hou
risim anil convenience fi -r the loilinnp and areomiU'-tNtion
of travrlers and str-iirrs. an-1 sueh a tavern is neees.'ar
iiy wanted in New C'oiuuitiia. Mtui:ss OUT hands, this
1,-t day of April. ISM.
Abrikbam lvr.diam, Jaeob liittin. Abr. Ane-ney. Israel
flu.er. Holey .M't'urley. Jacob Meek by, Joel Kanrk, Cnml
OenilsTlin, fjewis P-rshnm. Wm. P. llateiman, Paul
iiixtlar.der, Jacob Trovel, t lmrlin Kline.
TPHC pTrlnership between the subscribers
I in the Livery business, was this day
dissolved by mutual consent. All persons
indebted to the firm, will settle with C. F.
Hess ; creditors will also look to him for
payment. JOHN M. HES.
CHARLES F. HESS.
Lewisburg, April 6, 1850
Hie undersigned win
continue the LIVERY
ni'SLYESS at the U,d
Stand, and respectfully solicits the patron
age ol his friends and the public cenerally.
CllAKLliS F. I1KSS.
April 0, 1830 6w
fjMIE Burgess nnd Town Council of the
JL Ilorough of Lewisburg, hereby give
notice that they will n ceive proposals from
this date until llic 1st day ol May next
For quarrying stone (nt the quarry f f
Vin.C:inieroti,Ksq.) in separate lots of one
hundred perch i nch, to M JCndainize part
of M.irktt street ;
Also proposals for haul.ng nnd delivering
stuns on Market street, in lots of one hund
red perch each ;
Also proposals for breaking tlie aid
stone (in lots of one hundred perch each)
to such sir.c as will pass through a two and
j inch ring, and
Also proposals for t!v delivery on Mar
ket street of lour hundred perch of paving
.stone, in separate IdIs of one hundred perch
each, of the lollowing size, dimensions and
quality, to wit : the stone to Le not less
than six nor more than riubt inches long,
ano ihe length to exceed the thickness by
at le.ist one third, and to h(! of permanent
and durable quality, tuitallo for street
All the above work to lie done under'the
superintendence and direction of the Street
Commissioners, and to be completed on or
before the 1st day of Octo'cr next,
fiy order of the Council :
A. H. BLAlrl, Burgess.
Attest: John IIoruiiTox, Clerk.
Lewisburg, April 10, 1S50
BOROCOH OltDINA XCES
fPHE Burgess nnd Town CBuncil of the
JL Uorough ol Lew isnurg met, April i,
1850, lor the purpose of adopting measures
. . I L'..iin. .niilniiin rif ilia ct roold na
mPnrs nn!l nllevs therein, andalier mature
J..ia....i;nn fa,n r,ll.u-iniT rncrilufn-ina nnrl
Cliuvl anvil ,vii-.i..q " "
oruinances were ttninimously adopted, to
wit : - ..
J. Resolved, that as the pavcrr.ento and
side-w a"59 wf;re inlenJed r"r nuo,ic as we"
as privatb accommodation, ws deem it im
portant and :mJ. tlnd ,,ereb7 rfin,
that all obsiruc..'- on the 8ame ""'l be
rem ved. We ihe.-ore authorize and rs
quire the street CommWi" to remove,
or cause to be removed, a" obstrulions
on the streets, pavements, nnJ side-walks,
so far as practicable, without ,-espect to
npr.niia. i.ivinff due no-ice to al! niV'iWS ,
lit ghall have in any way owirucica uie
sireets, alleys, pnvements. or water-cours
es, to remove the samc.anowing inem rea
sonable and sufficient time for said remo
val, and in case any person f hull neglect
or refuse to comply with this ordinance,
the street Commissioners shall proceed
forthwith to remove such obstruction, and
teturn the said person or persons, with a
bill of the costs of such removal, to the
Burgess, Jio shall oulhorire and require
Ihe High ConsUiblc to. collect a 6ncof five
dollars" together with the bill of costs of
said removal, from each and every person
so returned ; and if said person or persons
shall refuse to pay the said line and bill of
eosts. the High Constable shall proceed im-
mediately to levy upon the goods and chat
ties of every such iiersoii or persons, to
the full amount of said claim, and sell the
same according to lew : and the money
thus collected shall be paid into Ihe Bor
2. Kesolved, that it shall be the duty
herealter oi the street Commissioners, to
furnish all persons within the Borough who
may apply to them, the proper grade ar.d
width of pavements and trees; also, the
building line of the street, and in case such
persons conform to. the directions given,
they shall not herealter be subjected to the
expense ol alter alterations;, but should it
afterwards be found necessary to alter, the
expense shall be paid out of the Borough
treasury, unb-ss it shall be found t ) have
been the result of manifest carelessness on
the part of the street Commissioners, in
w hich case, he or they shall be held re
sponsible for the fame.
a. Kesolved, that the street Commis
sioners sh'ill hereafier receive pay for all
lime spent in the discharge of the duties
4-. Resolved, that as there are several
pumps, so situated within the pavements
on Market street as to form serious ob
struetioiis while in their present position,
but which, if moved to the curb, might be
of important service in case of fire, we
therefore authorize and instruct the street
Commissioners to adopt some plun to have
said pumps removed to Ihe curb as soon
as practicable, the expenses of which shall
be puid out of the Borough treasury.
0. Uesolved, that Market street, between
Front and iSecond,and also between Fourth
and Fifth streets, shall be properly graJed
and McAdumized or paved during the pres
ent year, and that the Clerk is hereby au
thorized to receive proposals separately,
for quarrying, breaking, and hauling stone,
in separate lots of one hundred perch each,
for that purpose, and also to receive pro
posals for the delivery of four hundred
perch ol paving stone, of such size and
quality as may be deemed suitable by the
street Commissioners (or the said work.
C. KesoNed, that the owners, and hold
ers of property on each side of Market st.
(wilhin the limits to be McAdamized or
paved,) are hereby required to pave the
gutters and set the curb stone in front of
their lots, at such lime, and according to
such direciions, as may be given them by
the Street Commissioners, and if any per
son or pi rsons shall neglect or refuse to
nomply with the said requisition, after hav
ing received due notice thereof, ihe street
Commissioners shall proceed to do the said
work, keeping a correct account of the ex
pense thereof; and each person, so neg
lecting or refusing, shall forfeit and pay a
tine equal to the full amount of the cost ol
the said work, together with the costs of
collecting the same, which shall be paid
into the Borough treasury.
7. Resolved, that the foregoing Ordi
nances and Resolutions be published in the
Lewisburg Chronic's. ,
By order of the Council :
A. II. BLAIR, Burgee's.
Attest : Jons Houghton, Clerk.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1850.
i.RESII TF.AS. Another lot of
superior Black and Green Teas .
just reed from the Canton Tea Com V,
panv, nnd for sale at New York retail
prices by J. IIAY'KS & CO.
Lewisburg, April 16. Agents.
M OTICK. To th n.irmraM the Jn..jrf. of ihe Cunt of
Uirti.r SMyi..n. At' 1 1.. !... iH I ... .1.. i"
- - ' rmjB us auu 1VI Uir VVUUIJ
of Triia-n, nt May Term. lK.r0.
The etitinn of Ihirii. I It Itelx-r.of IMiiVr tiwnthip
in Kiii muuty. rvfipoct fully thow(lli that he i tlvtnnm of
Ktfpmz a puniic ituiw at the Fort-?t Iron Workt, on the
Tiiriii'ike )t a.iinjr frn White Ihr Millii t Center county
Itiroujh Sukui Valley. He th.Ti fnrf fimv the Honor
Me (urt Ui rant him a lioniHf fr keeping a public iao
or laTcra, anil he as in duty bouml wil fray, r
PANIKL B KEHm
We the tin1Tst(me1 HtixeTtr of White Iieer township In
the county of Union, do hereby certify tlut we are well
ariinaintrij with Daniel B. Kelwr. thf above appHrrnt fr
a tavern lieenn. nJ know him to be a man of poml
repute for honesty aiul t mpprauce ; that he is well pro-tith-il
with houM-rooui and other conrenienees lir the
aeeommnt:ition and lotUrinji of ntninffcru and travel.Tfi ;
and ttiat a public houw in nerertKiry there to accommodate
ititf puhh amiftranpTw and travelers : we therefore be
! are to rucomniend biin for a licease agreeable to uii
Wm. L. I. it ter. Geo. Inderwood, Charlen Kline. Ifenry
Kn-teutler, Jiu-ob UieffenJerfcr, Jacob Trurki'nmilh-r,
Jhn Iricffi nderfv-r. Aaron mith. Jwb Troxel, Abrahan:
Antponey, Wm. P Ihu?rnan, Jik Kinrfi j
A PI'I.ICATIOX KOH LICENCE. To the Hon. the Court
of Quarter J-nont of the IVoce in and fcr th
eonnty of l'nin, at May Term, 1W0.
The petition of the rtuhftrriber humbly prayeth your
honors to grant him further lireue for keeping public
houMt of entertainment In the large and commoiltnud
houxe which he now OKcupie fir that purpose in the
Korouzh of Lewiftbur in naid county. He therefore
prays the Hod. Court to trrattt him the' license asked fur,
taa in duty bound b will ever pray, Ac.
A. J. WKTDEXSAfL.
We the undiTsined cititen of Lewirtburc in the county
of Vnion, buiiiK personally anjuainted with Adam J.
Weitlemtaul. the aboTC namod petitioner, and also having
knowbsli of the house Ibr whieh the Ucbum ia prayed,
do certify that nurh a houte 1 nrceJKary to accommoitate
the public and entertain fftrangera and traTelers.and that
be if a per n of good repute for honesty and temperance,
nnd that he in well provided with the neceraary conrenn
ftio-s for the acroipmodution and comfort of travelcrn.
We therefore pray your honom to grant him a licence
agreeable to hi petition. Iwinburg. April 4, IHoO
Henry W Friea, Jamen Blair, 9 IStnirhton, Kamdrw
Fnrrr, .lames (Ywwell, Mathlan I lite, Henry Neuer, A L
Hattteld, aSaml Wolf.-, William Cameron, 1 Whitlock. J
Spring & Summer
TLST reived, nnd now open.ng at
FORSTER'S NEW STORE.
second door east of K iue's Hotel, a new
Splendid Assortment of Goods,
suitable for this and the approaching sea
son, consisting of
CLOTHS, CASSf HERS, VESTIXGS,
Ladles' Drang Goods
of every stj le and variety new style
Barages, Lawcs, Armure Delaines, Ging
A great variety of st)Ies Chints, Cali
coes, fiiC- ...
a dprumiui assonmcni i.aaies' raraso!.
Mo.-occo and Kid SHOES and GAITERS
(or Ladies and Children
Also a choice selection of
ctc.&s., all of which are o.Tered remarkable
low for Cash or Country Produce, by ihe
Lewisburg, April 3. 1650
To Jmtlcea of tbe Peace.
B INNS' JUSTICE, new edition, can he had
al LyndaH'a Bookatore, in this place.
Lewitburg, April 10, 1 90.
B.4IlTOSI,EIES & M.4USII
HAVING formed a Copartnership in the
Mercantile business, anl enlarged ihe
Storeroom lately occupied by S S. Barton
opposite Kline Hotel are r.ow openin r
wi ll selected nnd extensive stock of JI- r
chandize, consisting of
Erji (BooHs, GRR,Elf
II All!) WAKE, (' UTLE.UV,
Carpenters' Tools, Queensware,
FurniUire Mounting, Glassware,
Window GLASS a gencrsl assortment.
Bar, Rod, and Hooj? Iron, Nails,
Tinware, Miect Iron and Metal
Itn:. and a more general essortmeat than
is usually lound iu country stores which
they pledge ihemielvcs to sell at very
Persons al a disWCC will f Hi' it to their
ndvantnee to buy lor CVh or we will
take in Exchango for Goods, Cheat, Hye,
Corn. Oats. Buckwheat, Timothv and v lo
ver Seeds, Butter, Fggs,Ta!l"w,Hard Soap,
Beeswax, Feathers, and a'l kinds of trade
or country produce.
The patronage of the public U respect
fully solicited, nnd every s-surance given
thai nothing shall be warning to render
sam i. s. barton.
kami i:l ;edl:.
j4me-s . marsh.
Lewisburg, April 1, 1850
Respectfully announces to bis friends and
the public generally, thnt he has removed
his residence to the hr u-it of his father,
(formerly occupied by Wm. Porter,) a few
doors north ol Kline's Hon '. Oilier, Col.
MTaddin's new brick but' ding, next door
above C. K. Bowes' Store.
Ijewisburg, April I, 183 I
TAILOR, has removed his Shop to the
building (one door above l.vndal.'s) lately
occupied by John, It. Miller, where he will
be happy to f.'. his customers both old and
Fashions for 1850,
Spring and Summer just received.
Lewiburi April 1, 1850
Dr. JOHN LOCKE,
Has removed his Office to his Dwelling
ihe Jirst door btloc I'line !!o:tl, rooms
over Forster's Store where he will wait
on all who may desire his services, accord
in; to previous arrangement.
LewHiburg, April 2, 195'l
JOIIX IJ. M1LLEU,
TAlI.Oll, respectfully informs his patrons
and the public that his Shop is now at his
house tlie new brick opposite Mr. James
P. Koss', on third St., where ho wid be
happy to wait on all who may honor him
wi'h their patronage.
Lewisburg, April 2, 1950
JOHN A. MERTi,'
Justice of the Peace,
Has removed his Office to Market St., in
the room recently used bv Dr. Locke, one
door below the Printing Olli e.
Lewisburg, April 3, 150
Philadelphia, Sunbury, N rthumberland,
Danville, . Milton, M mey, :
H'illiamsport, Lewisburg, Mifllinburg,
New Berlin, and Selinsgrove.
Leaves the City every Thursday Slorning.
Ojices in PhUuJelphla:
For Package, and Light Goods Al Livingston
& Co.'a Expresa, Depot 43 Sjinli Third St.;
And for Heavy Article, At Iteichrl &. Co.'a,
Uepol corner of Broad & Cherry.
Orders attended to if left at Itwuhurg with
Jfr Klin?. Mr Weidensaul. Mr I yndall, Mr
Forater, or Mr shelter January 1,1650
nnilE subscriber avails himself of the col-
JL urnos of the Chronicle in publishing to
the citizens cf Lewisbur;; an.' vicinity that
he has opened a B'J.VHDIXG. HOLT E 'in that
large anJ comfortably arranged hoa.v. f.Hmerly
kept as a Temperance Hotel by Jamea Kelly, two
doors east of the Franklin Hon-. Market etreet.
He ia prepared lo aay that hi Tabl.- hall have
Ihe beat the Market can aflord, and the Lojging
of Boardera aball be comfortable as ran be
desired. ' 1. 8. STERNER.
N. B. A team and carriage
will lie kept ta cenvey paaaengera 1 1 and from the
Packet Doata. Lewisburg. March 18, 1 ."().
WEL C. STEWART,
TATE cf Philadelphia, ia now located on
J Market street, Lewuburg, opposite Mr. J.
Scbreyer'a etore, where he attenda to operation
on tbe leeth at a reduction of hie former pricea.
Teeth and roots of teeth remove! with tbe aid of
improved Instrument, and in an ecay manner.
Filling leeth and setting on pivot or plate ctteni
ded to according to the lateal improvement in tha
profession. 1'loerated, epongy.and inflamed gums
eared. Thankful for past favor, ha solicit a
continuance of public patronage No impart
materials mod for filling in leelb. Iy88
Tan ii i rig anil t ' u rry i ng
IOE pa! favors ihe su?ncfi!jer re'orns
. his grateful ih mka, at.d hereby makes
known lltal he carries on the business of
Tnnnivz and Currying:,
at ths Oid Stand. IWrnineil not to le
outdone in ihe ianulacture or fiuish of h..
work, hs is bound to have the best work
men and mveria's, and to ffrjt th-se who
navo so lib-Tally patronized ,'as wli a
bse al-o w ho shall be pleased to patmniz"
tim) with that ttenti'n which he hiiprs to
insure him a full slnre ol . ibiic pafrotiag -.
ll kinds f Produce Inkrn in exchange.
Hides and Birk n t refused, f r whelf
highest market price will Le. paivl in vKH
or in exchange for Iw.thsr. -
March 2.;. A D. ISO
The Summer Session of the..
TILL commence ci Mosnay Ihe 20ih i,t
April. Iriatrneticn wi'l bti given, a for
merly, in all brancliea mcrasary to rhoryuli
cadvmic course. Our endeavor shi!r ni 1
imply lo coin'i'iuiiica'e knowledge, tot to neil
ihe youthful ip'mi to act for ili-elf. When 'hui
ia fatty a.tak.cl, the picgriko of the
beccmas at onre ctriain and raiJ. The k ti- cf
learning crhirh mol of our youth, in lhi rhtwi'i
need, is that ao!U literature. vrhU-h Vr.ile it
oiaturci their min.U, (:ieparea thaia, aire fr I
practical duties of li'e.
CompoKilion and Declcrr iti'.n vr;!I ree-ive tLeir
full ahare of attention particularly the fi.ii.i'-.
The Primary Departn:.-nl .hall I ate our prc'u!
care. Fiom the .lispojiiion manifr!el to aulun
the Institution, the subscriber leela atinulatej to
re neiveJ.eif rlioi.8.
The .Seasi. n wi!i eon-i-t of two Tru.i of II
week earh a short vaea'ion in'etvrnins- Tui,
tion fff, for the common biaiiche, !jS fr ihe
higher Eng!i-h, ami 1 for Languay a..oe'
Sossi n iwr Term, one half. .
March 27, 1850. rrir.riji:.
WIN FIELD WOOLEN
Xr Uartlclon, W'ulou Co., Pa.
THE aiibjciiber, thhn!;Iul for the ii ral
pa'ronage bestowed cn h ? old etiiu-
l:hmcntt bes leave to inTorm bi iri-nils
and the public in general, ih-'t he has now
removed his Machinery into bis jNew Jli'i,
(luo miles abore lijtrlltlon,uenT the Turh-
pske,) w hich has been bui.t ana t.tted tip on
the most improved pl'-in, and will have on.
by the middle of April an entire new sett of
JENK la:e. I.MPP.OVED MACHINERY,
in addition to his already good sett, which
will make it the largest and best fit'ed-us
establishment within 100 miles of it; anl
with the advantage of one of the best wa'er
powers, he feels safe in saying that his
establishment U not and shall not be f.ir
pased by any in this part of the country.
has engiged a grxd sett of workmen,
and is now prepared for manufacturing
Broad and narrow CLOTHS, ; : ,
Cassimeres, Tveeds, Jfatinetts,
Jeans, Eannels. Blankets, &c.
in the best manner, on the shortest ootiee,
at reduced prices, ptji'r the uccommo
diition :( customers, V'oo! may be left a!
the folic ing
New Beilin : E V;iaoa's Store
SeKungrove : Davis A Schnore li
do John Hartntaa Jr da
Freeburg : (i 4 F U Mover do
Adanwhurg: Henry A Kmiih du
PenasValIevNrrocva : Mrs Moatz do
MilEinburg : Henry Gaal do
Eaat Uullalo: Samuel K. l.er'a Taverrj
HulT.loX RoaJa: J M'Creieht'a flora
I.enUliurg: J Have iV Co tio
do Reber & IJ.Lga do
West Milton John Daieaman do
Milton r Vaatelier & Senk da
do Sweeney A Haig do
Liberty P O: Wm Dtlu'a Itou-e
Limestone : Weiilenhamer'a 8to
Pottsgrove: Jjmes Ktd i
A good assortment of Cloths, Gatioeils,
Cassimcres.Tweeds, Jwos, Flanr.els.lllan
kets, Stocking Yarn, &r always For Salu
or Kschange for Wool orcoun'ry ProJuo
at the New Factory.
CA R DIXG and FULLT.rO as tiSnal.
WinfklJ Mills. March 1, 2950
GOLD and SILVER
Sot cr.lij in Calif rnia, but also in Leii'uTurg '
A good assoitmeat of
Watches, Silverware and Jewclr y
of fine quality and at City pike.
Hatfield & Thompson
Respectfully inform the citizen of Lewisburg an i
vicinity, lhal thev have entrrr-J iuto Part.ierahii.'
at Ihe OLD STAND on Market St , oppo-ite J.
Haye & Co'a Store, prepared to execute)' t iery
kind of work in their lire, in the beat manner.
They carefully selected of ihe best English and
Freneh materia!, Matn.'pr'ng rindeM.E--ape.
wherK en? a variety of Wtch Jewel, ami 0 titer
themwlve that their knowleje and skill iu tbe
biiine.- will enable tbem to give atiifctiort t.
i to kivs aauiaciior) ut
i with pati oni.
b a Prytr. rVf2i"
all wao may favor tarm
FINE WATCHES, aucb i
capeinenU, Lepinea, Anch
Patent Levers, Kepeatera, and Musical VV'aUbe.
Ac neatly repaired and warranted-
Also for eale, variety of Gold and S.'Nrr
Watche. Talent I evers, Anchara, Detached. Le
pines, (juartier. an l Lng'i-h Watrhe. Gold
Chain. Breasl-p'ii. Finger and T!ar ling. Gold
and Silver Uelt Mide. Bracelets, Gold and Silver''
jtff,r-. Pencila and Pen, do spectacles,
v Silver Spoons, Sugar Un.i cnilx, '
c Ac. in abort, a tittle of everything, and
anything ele. not rr.rntioning aiit'ci.Jrrtact.
alvav on band or got lo or ler
A variety of Brass Clock for 3 and upward"
al wholesale and retail
rVrxon Jeairing to get Ibirp right, would Jo
well by giving the subscriber a call
Eiperienee tells us that the C'eJii System can '
not afford a living. Therefore. In order to pu-h
along and keep moving," the ''Uilj System mut
necessarily be enforced. Feb 53.' I Sr)
A 1. HATFIELD. -WM
II TH ntP;ioN
It K C K I PT " ,k l-rM
40Z Spto Ammonia, 18 ox.Sfis Torp enli&e, 4
ol Spt Camphor; mix in bolt'e. Take &
to 8 Ublespoonfol above mixture: I j pint snnt '
nap to an ordinary tub of hot water; mix thor
oughly together, then put lb c'oihea w th lub.
and let them fem!ri Cfieew minutes be for wash
ing them out ; then tins them through two of.
three waters, bang op anrl ilrv, This Waahiaa;
Mixtur for al by C. W. PCHAFri-B,