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A Remarkable Ministry. Dr. Spring,
who ha just sailed for Eurotw, preached
his thiriy-nioth anniversary discourse to
hi congregation in New York ling the
oldest pastor in the coy on Sunday las'.
During these thirty-nine years," he re
marked, " the ministers and officers of the
churches who then welcomed the speaker
to itis field of labor, h:ive passed away.
There remains not a member of the Pres
byterian, not a minister of the gospel o'
any denomination in our City, who was ii
the ministry when I first commenced m
labors. Of the eldsrrs anil dene-ins ol this
church who at that limi were living, uot
Fortune's Changes. A few days since
young gentleman related to us the fol
lowing: He said thit his mother was
speaking in tiie evening at a social
home circle, of lor: Hue's changes acid
rcioaiLfd, that in htr giiihood, at a so
cial pany, where there was music and dan
cing, a young blue ejed, light haired boy
Baked her to dunce. Site refused, and
thought hi-n rather presuming, as he was
the sou of a bla"ksmi;h, aud she the da ligh
ter of Capt. a ul' hi a ctp'ain. There
was a difference in their social position
Thiil buy is the present Ouctnwr of Jlas
sachuaelt Samuel II. Itoihrrrnel has been nomina
ted by the Whigs of Philaii. 'jihia county
which is concurred in by the Xitives as
their candidate for Sheriff. .Mr. Roiher
mel is a native or Ilerfcs county, but was
brought up in L lt! M .h in y township,
in this ciun'y, where his b-o'h-Ts and rel
atives still reside. IJe ! ft ihis county not
many years since to eignjie in, the cos!
business first in Sch'nlKill coon'v, and
af.erwnrds in Philadelphia. His ease a'
(ords another illus'ration i w fiut can be
m-cotnplishrd by imhis'ry nnd pcrsever
enre. when accompana d by coo-1 clnrac
er. nnd nicVd by good natural abilities.
The Yckshurg (Miss.) Whig means to
be ahead next lime; Hear! Hear!
Doii'i Steal ci'ir Thunder H'r are in
f.vor of the re HniiCTVio!! of Culm to the
United Slates. No Oemoeratic pnper hi"
et taken this position. i is st.VIv and
inclusively ours. We iutend to fight for
it. Anl when the fruit is rendy to be
p-nherej we will either shake the tree or
ho'd the hat. If the "old nmn" should
aJoit the one term prine pie. Crittenden
rd Cuba" will he -ur rr.otto in 1852.
D'ye hear that, boys?-'
Peter Miller of Morgan county, Ohio,
the nephew and the only heir of the Ir.te
Peter Miller, a rich old bachelor, of North
hampton county. Pa., h iving contested his
will, has recovered the Cst.te of his late
uncle, valued at S 100,1 00, with exception
f a few trifling leescies. The fortunate
mm has heretofore ken a poor tenant with
t utlve children.
The National Convention of the friends
of Co:nmori School, which was to hive
s-emh!ed in Philndelphia, on the 2-J of
August last, but was postponed in conse
quen:'.e of the prevalence of the Cholera,
will meet in Philadelphia on the l?;h of
Heavy Ddmies. At 15 -rkshire. XI iss ,
last week, a verdict of S7000 was rendered
against the Berkshire liuilmad Companv
and in favor of 1) It. ( impb-! and w f-,
fr injuries suF'ained by them w hile cross
ing the mil mad track.
Tiie Governor of Illinois ha published
a proclamation convemug the Legislature
On the 22d October next, for the purpose
of filling a vacancy in the office of United
Stale Senator from ihe S ate of Illinois.
Under the revised code of Virginia, jusf
adopted by the Legislature, imprisonti.ent
fur debt is abolished in that State, except
in cases w here property has been concealed
or illegally disposed of.
The Gass Works at Harrisburg have
been commenced, and it is exacted they
will be finished aud gass introduced during
the coming winter.
Louis Napoleon has wrhten a letter to
the Emperor of Russia, congratulating him
on his success against the Hungarians.
At the present rate of increase, the po
pulation of the United States in 1900, w ill
be 101,481.763 persons.
The Hon. Mr. Dincroft. laic Minister to
England, and his family returned home in
the Europa, last week.
Id Northumberland, Wednesday, 19:h
insL, Rev. William R. Shitii, aged 55
years. Mr. Smith had been for many
yeart the much esteemed pastor of the
O. S. Presbyterian churches of Suubury
and Northumberland. His disease was a
bilious dysentery. ' The world's a loser
when a good man dies." Cut " the good
men do, lives after them."
In Northumberland, 4th insf., infant son
of Win Denner. Jxh iiist. a son of John
Adams, fun insi., Wr. Reich, aged 60
years, fth inst., Henry S. Thomas, aed
In Milton, Gih inst. J din IS. boii of A.J.
and Mary JJ wghoer.at.ed 0 months. 15th
inU, Miss Margaret S. Bartholomew, aged
lo Cbillisqoaque, 12th imrt., Mary, wife
f Jacob iUbtl, aged Z1.
JTiMiJ. liideticn:.. nt r mai-
loll Ol i.iuuieers a u
are hereby comma n:.'cd to meet
in ihe IJuroiih of L-iwilmr on
Saturday, Oct. G, at 10 o'clock,
A M., for the purpose of or.m-iz-ng
H Biliulion and electing
Field O dicers. Tiie Dry Val
ley Rifle Company is respect
fully solicited to joiu in the
F. A. DON.VNY, Mijor.
NTevr York Fall and Winter FA
SHIONS -fl 2 a 69
JUSP received at the Fashionable Tuilo
Imin" establishment, next door lo the
1'ostOiTi-e. JOHN' U MILLER.
L"isbiir-j, Sept 20, 1841)
Ns---s.-,T- -7:-.: WV X-B.:. f, . r -:1
THE FLEDSEJEKEWED !
HAVING rendered entire satisfaction to
his lormer patrons by fully sustaining
lilt pledge to sell floods below the custom
ary prices of the plnce.the subscriber again
iuviies tiie community if they desire to
have ( 'heap (5ood to call at his S'ore,
opposite K'nie's hotel, where they can find
a fie.-li stock now opening of
Shoes and most
descriptions of M -r.-hi.iid.z $ adapted to
their wn', for the was mi, at lb very
i.mest prices. V.iery exeriion iim.i lo
please thoe who mav favor us wild a rail.
Ali kinds ol" IV 'du e taken in exch inye '-us
well as Cash" in oavment for (on-..
EAK'L S. BARTCIX
Iewinrir. Se.pt 7, Ibi'J
Dr. Kase's Kciicisea
The subscriber havui he n appointed
sole aent f.r Ir. li.ise'o Medicine, for
("iiion coun'v, r.flers them to ihe puhlii:
with ure.it confidence as to their fli "icy
and certainty of ii'ecting cures in till cises
lor which they are iles'eoed. A sinie lest
only is required to esiabli'li Ihe f ict.
BY virtue of an order from the Orphans'
Court of I'uion county, the subscriber
will expose lo Public Sale, on the premis
Monday the 1 5th of October
next, at 1 o'clock. I. M., the
Lot of CroitiKl
late of IIunkv Mot nil, deceased, situa'e
u the wel si. If of Fourth s'reel, in the
I!.. rough o Lewtslitirg. bet ceil St. Cjth
arine and George Mmts, numbered
SStJ, meai-uring 0f5 feet in front and about
15 feel in d.-pih, h ivin thereon eiecied a
Oi;e ainl-u-half stttrey House,
ami other improvements.
Terms made known on the djv of sale.
JOHN MOYKU, Xd.o'r.
J. ll.vi s, Jr., Cleik O. C.
Sept. , lt-i'J.
r 'IllS-uhscriberswoulJ respectfullj inform
X the public tlinl they tiave ibis day en
teied into a Copartnership for the purpose
of .Merehanihzm'j. under the firm ol J.
11 YES Sc ( U." As we calculate upon
keeping an extensive assortment of Goods
of all descriptions, and to sell iheu. at the
very lowest rates for cash or country pro
duce, we hope to merit a conlinuaiit'e of
public f..vor. JAMES HVYE--,
THO'S M L' It RAY, M.D.
JOHN H. ItOJDMAN.
Lewishurg, Sept 17, 1S49
I'nl for the nasi paironaue
of his friends, would res
cifiilly r quest ali those havin.' ui s.'tiled
iicceunts to call and make settlement with
out further delay. J. HAYF.S.
superior TOW YARN
J '"or sale bv
Septal) J. HAYKSiCO.
OKPlIANiS' COUIIT SALE.
BY order of the Orphans' Court of Un
ion counlv, the siibscrilit-r will expose
the following U-al Cslate, lafe of K v'd
Tito's Hoo:, di-c'd, to Public Sale, at the
house of Mr. Chtnles D. Kline, in the Lo
rough of Lewishurg, on
Thursday the 1 1th day of Oclokr
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., via.
The "Mansion House," situate
in Kelly township, adjoining lands of Tl.os
Clincm, heirs of J..- Ltwson dt-u'd, heirs
of Thos Howard dee'd and others, eonlni.
uing 8H acres and 53 perches, neat rneas
ure ; having thereon erected a two-storey
frame l)ellin2-IIouse, double frame Barn
and o her improvements.
Also the "Limestone Lot," ad
joining lands of James Dale, Lsip Michael
Dennis and others, containing one acre.
Also, two tracts of Woodland,
siiuale in W hite Ileer township, adjoining
Iteichley Ac lianu, O.xen Foti!k, Reuben
Haines and others one tract containing
about 232 acres, and the other about 310
Terms maJe known on the day of sale.
Surviving Adm'r with the Wiil annexed
of Rev. Thouwa Hood, dee'd.
Sept 26, 1841)
I.KWISBUKG Ci2IiOXICL.Ii AND WKT
To 'iVlLLIAM CaMKUOM, KsJ.
SIR: We in hehnlf of the "Union Cam
eron Guard' wish to express our lie
lings of dep regard an J sincere respect
(which we feel but can not exprc-s: thai
we reg'ird the IiIxtjI dunjti.ms whieh you
in your patriotic benevolcii -e. h iv been
pleased to coaler upuii us as a youiii mil
itary Coinpauv. Sjch me ins of assistance,
coming as lliey do, wheu liiey d 1, and from
whom lliev do, cm n it tint arouse I In:
warmest feelings of lh: heart in au us-o
si ilion of Ci iz."ns, an I p irncul'irly of
Citizen Soldiers : aud he!iee us Sir, toe
company that we have the honor ol com
manding would consider themselves as
Citizen Soldiers (bearing th honorable
and distinguished name they d") 'censura
ble of ingratitude that would be unpardo
nable in the extreme did they not avail
themselves of some means of nuking
known unto you their feel ns of resf.ect
and thankfuli.ess. Ojr iribrts shall eer
reflect credit and honor upon the name we
huve astiuied, "fd by a course of paii
olic and honorable conduct, we hope to lie
accounted worthy 'f the distiou'jil.ed fa
vors so kindly conferred upon u. Our ob
ject in uniting as we have is to seem d
efforts that are making throohout toe
length and breadth of our country to pro
tect and advance the rising glory of this
We have as Soldiers selected the motto,
our country first, our cnuirry last, and
our country foiever ;" nd we are eiicom
aed in this, when we consider that we are
reoiriled with such marked resiiect. par
ticularly by vou, Hii.1 we feel ll.ai we
shall be jealous of the mine " I'nion Cum
eron Guards," whether it he by our peaci -ful
firesides, or amid the ir. n h i I nnd
cnfirion's thunder on the fiei.l of leil !
Our company's ension shal'. if the sacred
rights of oar country should demand it,
like Mjmi's white plume be seen to wave
in 'It'" honest of the battle.
Permit us. Sir, in conclusion lo lender
you our thanks, and a'so our b-'st w -jsbes
ihat you may enj-y a long, peacefu', an 1
a happy life.
I!v order of the Company :
F. A- Donaciiv, t'il. tain.
I!krv Fchhav, 1st Lieut.
F. A. D..NLII..VI ! K, 2J
I-wi,btirg, Sept. If, ll!i.
C- fl. ! 11 1., 11
ri'IIE suliscrihcr has jut received his
J :ock of
FALL AND W INTER.
Hoods ruibra-itig the isual variety
All of which are offered cheap for Cash or
I. G. L1Y7SEH
Lwi.biirg. Sept. IS, ie lit
tMHtFlSII Fie&h M ickeiel Cleev
) for sale bv I H LiKshe
Kl'.lifi .N.ols ami Spikes,
Just ri c'd and for sale bv
Sp! IS S&JH u!:e
"r.U:KlSUEL N fs -Z and 3,
all. J!'st ree'd and lor sale.
Sept 19 S& J Wolfe
The suhscrilwrs haveiust rei-'d n freh
sunpiv of CO I-FEE. SUGAR, 310 L-AS-iES,
Am., which th'-y scil at a
very small advance on cost.
Sept 10 S & J W. lfe
CQt'lTlCLi: Lire lAM'llt.VCi:,
AtMiiiity and Trust Cusupauy.
Office. 74, U'uhirit Strut, Philadelphia.
.,'apital, $250,000 Cnarler IVipeiunl.
rj'UK Cnrnjijiiy are now pri'iiarrd In Irminari
fl busineaa upon llie in.wt fi'.irral and advanta
geous terms. They are auiliaoi. J by ihtir chan. r
(s.ec. 3) "to n.ke nil :nid fwry insurance apiMr
tainine to life rinks of whatever kind oi nature, uu.l
to receive and enu'Ule trusts, umku t nifowrnenu,
and to grant and purchase annuities." Tiie t'oiu
paiiy sell annuities and enjow menu, and act as
trustees for minora and heiia.
Table f Pnmiums required for the. Aurance
oj 100 Jur the u-twle term cj UJr.
Aie. Pre in
31 2 0
4b $3 36
The premiums are Ion than any other roniiny
ami the polici. s alTi.rd greater advantages. Mar
ried worn, a and female children can insure the
live of either a husband or wcnl frits from the
claims ol creditor. Tables of half yearly and
quarterly premiums, hif credit rates of premium,
short term, joint lives. urioi.hiis, endow
ment and forms of aepUcaliou are to be bad at
the Oihce or of the A sent.
Rates f ir Suturing 100 on a .tingle L'fe.
Aee. For 1 year. For 7 veara. Fur I. no.
20 5-0 tl 91 i f.O
30 0 99 1 30 2 0 1
40 1 29 1 64 2 70
50 I HA S 07 3 91
59 3 48 3 97 6 03
Kxamptr: A pernn aped 30 years lieil birth
day by paying the Company 99 cu would aeruie
10 his family or heirs $100 ahuuM he die in one
year, or for 9 90 he secures to Itiem (1000, or for
1 3 00 annually for seven years he secures to Ihem
tltaiO nt. iuld be die in seven years, or for 20 40
paid eat!y during life he secures $ 1000 to be paid
when he .lies the insurer securing hi own bono
by the difference in amount of pieoiium from ihose
charged bv other office. For 19 50 ihe beiis would
receive !:5010 hnulil be die in one year.
PISTE R CL'LLEN, President.
F. W. ItAWLB, Sec'y and T.ea.
For further putiemVs npty t-
hi:nky cj. hiokok.
Agent fur Uninn and adjoining enmities.
Consulting Physician W. Havi., M. 1).
Lewisburf, Union Co. Pa. July 2 1, 1619.
TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS. &
DU. J N. KEF.LEK & BIIO. most res
prt:trn!ly solicit attention to their fresh
stuck of EiiHxh, French. German, nnd
.'hnerirnn brug..'Miri".'3!,, ,'a" nt
mica Is. O.U. 1 ive-tolTs, Gi'sware, Perfu
mery, Patent M'vlieines, Vmni-hes, 6iC.
flAvinz ojiiMie.l a n ne, 24, Market ,
i;l full sui.ly ol fnh Diup, nl Mi-di-ii.
e rej;i cilully solicit rountty Jeal.-rs to exam
ine our sl s-k Iwfore furclia iiik t-Uewhere, irom
ifi.ni one an J ll ! ""y ti (ostd to rx-ti-nJ
to u- llieir pttr.itiKse. to sell llinu genuine
U U411 anil lwlic lies. ll linerai - ."y
I,....-.. ... ilw (M. -.d iofai lilu!l e.ecu'e
all ooleia 1 ntrurfi'd to u promptly mid with ue
One of the proprietor brint a regular physi
cian, alririls am ile giiraiiiie ol me genuine
ju.ility ol ali am. Ie 'ii at lli. ir eslaililnneiit.
We especially iniic iliucisU an.l rounliy
nii-rclioits. who imv wih 10 lif.-nni anHiita lur
Dr. Krekra CtLLrattd family .".idichu.
(sn-ular t anil popular rcintdu's.) tofurwerd tliir
Sjlitiiiiis the pationage of Jeiilef, we respect
J. N. KEELKH A; !ti: , Wh.ileib T)mi;eitg.
lyiSI Ku 'jy4, Maikrt Si., I'liilud.
1 he subscriber otleis l"r sole Oniamcn-
tal Trees of en ry dcscrip'ion, particularly
the Kurope.iii L-eden, and I a.eonm Impi
rialis, a splendid shade tree lately inlroiju
eed from J ip.tu, remarkable for iis unr-
111011s leaves (-omei iines two feel in diim.-j
eter ) and iar-e clusters "f r ise col. 'red .
flowers, p..tt-d and s'riped will.io, emitliiig
a fr.T'ran. e seni ar to the Lilac
Also Fruit In eol every ileserip'ion.such
as "rafied Apple tries from 7 to 'J H high,
at T to 15 eis each or $10 to rz.5' per
bundled ; lieii iila'e I Pencil trees, l ij cts
each, or $iil per hundred ; Pear, Cherry,
Plum. N'-cfarme, an I Apricd trees nt reu
sooaliie pin-ej, i.li the varieties warranted
eentiiiie ; ul-o II it-house nnd Green house
i.lants, emljrU'Mi lie.irnc Orange and Le
mon trues.io.o tin rw'lha variety of Flutter
seeds, all of which h" wi'l sell ns low as
ihevcan be puichised in Piiil.ielfh:n.
II i:. NOLL.
L-?wisburg, Sept 12, 1919
rilHE T!M"TKrs of the I'niversil al I.ew
I i-IiU'ir w.itil.l ieserltully inf rm lis I'olion
ami Fib nd. Iii.it. In tins .Selm.il uuilur their care,
(at Lewi-burj) ilu l..r.i.iu aie iha I lapses, Sub
jects of Siu.iy and Cxurci.-es lor the curieutyear.
0. pmtni. iits ami Studies.
till MA 11 Y DEPA R Til EXT.
Six ;iases Exercised in Spelling, Reading.
Definitinii. En3hr.f1 (Vr.uuiiHr, Aullwiietic. Gcog
taphy, HUtuiy L" S. A., Peiimau.-bip, and L'ora
.c. . Hem.
EXULlsl DEI'AHTMEXTvft'ie Academy.
The aaiue atu Jiea a in the Primary l. p .rtineul
c ntiuued in the ue of largei Uxt books; and to
lll. -e are added Geurrnl ililoiy, Uavica' Algebia,
l.egendre aud Survejing.
CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT of the Academy
Jan. Academic Via. Enalih Language,
Cuograpty, History 1. S. A., Latin Grammar
and Keadtr, Greek Grammar and Reader coin
menred, Arithineiic completed.
.S. Aaitiuiik Clan. Engli-h Language,
tieiieial Hisniry, Caisar, Virgil, Greek Header,
COLLEGIA TE DEPARTMEXT.
F mli man C;j. l.ivy.Aiiabasir.Memniabilia,
Davie I.egendii", Tiiijoii anetiy cmiiiienritl.
StijlivMiire Ci'usii. Hoince. Oiiyaey. elerl
Oiu'.ions of Deu.Oaih. nea, Legend coni lete.l,
lia.iee b'ursrving and Navigation, Analytical
tie.im.lry. lti;iir's Lrrrurra.
J ' niiur Cla n. Demoslhenea on the Crown,
f irerk Tr..gedy, t 'i.ern .'.e ttil'ieiis, Taciius, Aal
ural Plnluaophy, Airoiion.y. Lugtc.
Students in the English l)e,inlmeiit recite
with those pursuing the same studies in the
fto i Us in ihe Regular course, has less than
three dully recitations. All the membeia of the
M'iiiml, (in three ditiMous.) are exerriM-d every
tSiiurdav iu Rending, Declamation, Euglifh Com
j oMlion, and Vocal Music.
All the students are requited to attend, recti
lariy, some religious meeting. Minors are expec
ted lo alien. 1 f u. Il Hirelings as aie recommended
10 ihem by (heir par"nts or uuariiiqns- 1'here nre
in the K.tr.nigli 1.0 less than six places of public
w-oiliip, iireu-ied every l.ords D-iy by aa many
d:m-rrnl C'hriiiuti denoniinalitins.
Knxaacr of Stulents.
The number of students during Ihe past year
in ihe van. tin deparlaients, was 16 1- The
number that hive entered Ihe classes in the Reg
ul:ir t ourse tor ihe cu-renl year ('xcluive of
llio-e in the Eii);Iua and Primary depirtiueuts.)
ia as follow :
College. Junior clas 6
M.i.homore cl iaa - 13
Fieshinan class -12
Acinnr. Senior cl 12
Junior cla-s - 28 -tl
STEPHEN W. TAYLOR. A. M., Profesyor of
Msibeinaticsai.il 3ntur.il I'hiloKnphv ;
GEOIitiE R. BI.I.SS. A. M., Proleor of Greek
1. anctlstre ail'l l.iler.ittire ;
GEOIItiE W. ANDEUSO.V. A.M. Professor
of Latin Lnncusge and Literature:
ISAAC N. LOO.M1S, A. M., Principal of the
ALFRED TAYLOR, A. M., Tischcr in the
In order to meet the demands of the Institu
tion, the Lfoar.l have t ikeu m. asures to supply
ihe neceslrv Apparatus for the department of
Meci'ouictl Phil 'ophy, and to increase the Li
brary, bef.ee the coinn.enienieiit of the w.uler
sessi.iii. loirntg Ilia jear. Ill luinmig now mi
procre-3 will be r anipleti tl. sfl irtling study rooms
and dnrniil.iiies tor 70 c tltrge nadeiila. Another
I'roiessor has bivn ad ird lo the Faculty, ami
means pi.tvide.l 1.1 en!le stu lent in Ihe classes
specified above to prosecute their studies with the
Titillon and Hoard.
TUITION in ihe Colleaiaie Department 1 30,
Academic ?20, Hnmaiy 12 per year.
EOARP, including lodging, washing, fuel and
liiht, ran lie had in the village and its vicinity at
various prices, hum $1,3, J to $2,50 per week.
Session, Vacations, &c.
Two Session 111 a year the former enmmeu
cea on the second Tuesday in October, end con
tinues 27 weeks; the latur continues 15 week.
Spring Vacation, 4 weeks ; Autumnal, 6. Next
session begin 1 1th October.
The Board are happy to add that Lewishurg
is at present, a it ever baa been, exceedingly
lly order and in behall ol the Hoard r
THOMAS WATTSON, Pres't.
' GEORGE F.IMILLER, See'y.
Lewishurg, Unioa Cot-Pas-Sept. L. 1 849.
Canal Commissioner Jons A. Gamble,
Canal Commissioner II nnv M. Fi ller,
Union County Whi,' ticket
Assembly Col. SLi..of Lewisb
John M'Lr:iii.i. 'u,l,i
SherilT Arciiibali Thomas, of Union
Treasurer DaXIKL IIoRLAciM H .-IIerlm
, , 1.
1 Coroner Jacob Makm, ol 1 rry
Auditor Hhnky 11 I!i.AiR,oflwish irg
Watson, Samuel Suizi-r, John Kluie,
Assembly John CrsmiNus, of Penns.
JOIIX IIIMH, LJUUI.11..J
-I.-- 2 ------
V Inl young limn wools 10 wear a wig I
We all know the value of a good head of
hair. A joung man with a bald head, is a
sort of walking caticature of his species.
Hence the many various attempts to reme-
,jv or C()1)Ceal the deficiency. Hundreds
i ,,f t. young men of thiscoun'ry, alier try
jl;J tJ,e thousand and one chemical prepa-
raij(,j and nostrums for restoring the hair.
are driven the necessity of wearing a wig!
a practice as liille conducive to cleanliness,
as 11 is dangerous to health ! Now, we hap
pen 10 know frotii practical e:rieiice.tliat
'('Man's Magnetic Ointment will re-ioie the
hair on a bald head, when all otticr reme
dies have failed.
Sold in Lew islnirtr.wholesnle and retail,
by Thornton B iker. Price 'i- and 50
cents per bollio.
rctcr aud Ague.
1 iTIJAT is the mode ol treatment hest
V adai.ted to the cure of revcr and
A "lie? It has usually been treated ny
on dical men as a disease of ilsell. Strict
ly speaking it is not a disease, but a symp
tom of disease. It is the result of a d.-lan-emenl
of the lirrr. Here lies the
dillicoltv, and here is the disease. Il i
therefore the liver to which the remedy
should lie directed. Here the cau-e exists,
nnd it is the cause which is lo be removed,
or a permanent cure w ill not be effected
15 y addressing remedies to the symptoms
we leave the cause untouched, ready lo
produce a return of ihe chill- and fever, on
the first over exertion ol" mind or bod v.
The success of Dr. 0g.id's India Ciiola
cooiie ineff. cling fitrinunenl cures of such
aliections is explained by its well know de
obstruent edict upon the biliary oignns.
Imitations are abroad! lie particular
to enquire for "Dr. Osgood's INDIAN
For sale by the sole agent, J- Sr.h'tijtT,
For Nervous Diseases, Dr. TiaskV
M ignefc Ointment is of immense value,
and in 'J'J cases out of 1U0 :t will iill'orii
entire relief to the worst cases of Nervou
(Itfiidache in 30 minutes.
For sale, whole-ale and retail, by Pr
Thornton & Biker. Lewisi.urg sold also
by J. II K.iser, Milton, and bv one agen'
in every village in the Slate. Price 25 and
3cJ cts per bottle.
tlkiillliiSu'.J U a
fpiIE St'MMKR Srssio.N tf this Institution
L will commence on Monday, the 30th
of April next.
Instruction will be given in all the branches
which are usually Is'uht in similar Institutions.
Si oct a leniioii will be paid to ibe Piiinary Ue
puiinieiit, ami exercises in C imposition and Dec
Linaiinii will he n-Eubirly required. CompeU-iil
aid will lie secured, if necessary, in the Classical
TEUVS. For languages, ten dollars; for the
hiuher Knli.-h.njjhl dollais; and for llie common
Enahsh branches, six dollars per session ul five
.1. RANDOLPH, Principal.
Matrh S5, IS 19
fPHK subscriber continues to keepa (o.d
X stock of lumber, consisting of 21'O.OOU
li-el of sawed lumber as follows: White
pine boards 1 inch, plank 1J inch and 2
inch, weather boards, joist & scanlhng.pop.
lar boards, plank, and scantling, cherry
plank, and boards, sawed ceiling lath.pine
and hemlock rails, shingling lath, and pa
ling. Also lap and joint shingles, square
timber, nails, salt, and coal. All ol which
ho will sell at fair prices.
Lewishurg, July 11, 1849.
ITOR the difficult respiration mid debility
' attending diseases of the Lungs, or
Throat and Breast. Thomson's Compound
Syrup vf Tar and Hood X apt ha has
been louud an invaluable remedy. Itcsides
its power aj an 'Expectorant lo relieve the
lungs from the accumulate.! matter which
results from the relaaed state of the system
, not wea.tier. u tso ... - .re. ...
balm to the ulcerated parts and a strength-
ener to me svsiem.
So saluiarv i3 tha action of the Syrup
in this respect, that many of our most
respectable Physicians empioy it in their
practice, and we lusve d:iily evidence of
cures effected in pulmonary diseases
where skill has utterly failed.
Prepared only by Angney & Dickson, N
R corner Fifth and Sprue Sis. Philad.
Sold by C. If. bchnjjlr, Lewishurj;.
ALL pern indebted to the late firm
of Wolfe Lawshe, will please
make payment to either of the subscribers,
on or before the first of Oct. next, alier
which time no further indulgence will be
given gAJi'i Wolfe,
June 30, 1849 I. G. Lawshe.
r. PUBLIC NOTICK.
WfJ have this day bought at I'rivaie
Sale of A.DKEW Kkshi 4i yds
of carpet, ,' tables, I setter, I bureau and
b sikcas", U chairs, I eight-da V clock. 1
coal stove, 1 )ookin'-gh'f. "t'd hoy, and
that we have luaned the same during our
pleasure to the lid Kennedy, of which
the public may lake nonce
, J. &. J. V. ALLS. 1
Lcwisburg. Sept. 18 II)
UTORU testimony in fvr of Dr.
!l - no 1. .....nA l.u
, ,11 . , ' Pl,UIt Wo0:d be
I viu.c wiln rt.riificatea of
! theeicellence ( llns medicinn. n Here-
I ever it Ls h .d a trial it has ii.a'le 11 si 1
dreds of orders like the following :
N.V., I Vr.tO,
"Messrs' Kdd &. Co. Your lraeiiiny
agent left with me a short time since, a
niiantitv of M'f-ane's Liver Pills. The
I whole lot sold very rapidly, and give the
highest siisfac:..n. Iniieod it is consid
ered the best medicine m the kind ever of
fered for sale. Please send me another
supply as soon as possiple.
V II. A INS WORTH."
AGENTS- -C W Si-Birrtt, Lewisbarjr; H
J fheafer, Mihon ; I G -rh irt. SHliusirrove; J W
Krilin. Sunhnrv ; MrsM'Cay. MurthnwiierlaiMi;
M C Urier. Mjoie it CarnkaJoii, Danville.
Superior Cooking Stoves.
The subs:-lihers have on hand flieffilaa
Air-Tight Cookinn Stove, arranged lor
WKid or l-oal. 'I'I.ese Stoves nre superior
to anj thing of the kii.d ever off red in the
country, alid will be sold nt reasonable
prices. S. & J. WOLFli.
Levv isburg, Sept 10,9
20D sxeks jrroutid Alum Salt,
50 do line? do
100 bbl.s. Stilina do
For sale, wholesale or retail, bv
Sept 10 S & J Wolfe
The success of Dr. Tra-k's K ignrlic
Ointment iu curii.it -Sore hes, is proveib
ial. Those who are not iic.paiu-i d with
its use, will rind on each bottle a pamphlet,
containing loll direetiofs.
Aoenls in L"wisl.ur;, Thornton A: Baker
netic Ointment warrants a cure of this
troublesome complaint, in every instance,
if the directions nre s'rictlv followed.
. Forsule by Thornton A; llunei.Ltwisb'g
Foil "SALE-a isr;,
SITUATLH in Kelly township. Union
county. Pa., 4J miles Iron. Lisb'iri:,
(the seat of the new University ) The farm
of which 100 acres are chared,
in 1 in a tood state n cu'tivalion A large
.troportion is Limestone land. As rcsiiects
water and meadow, the lanu his rare ad
van'Hges, there liemg on it several never
ailicj springs, and t stream running thro'
ts c til' r ntr.irdini facilities by which shck
.:an be watered in every field. In good
-easons, 40 10 5) tons can lie i:ul from the
meadow land. The House and
Jjj'Xvl Birn are frame, the
(iJ'ter nearly new. aiid.if''
rTW wt. poshed : There is ij$
.dsn a Tenant House, nnd all the Jr...
tut bnildmos appertaining to a larin also
an Orchard with a variety of gnrd Fruit.
The above Farm is ntlered iu who'e or
in pait to su't puichasers, and a portion of
the purchase money may remain secured
by the premises.
tt'M. H. SIL-CV,
KOBEItr IIAYE. L,CC,'l,",
of the es'nte of (Jkiaii SiL?nr, dec'.l.
Kelly, Union Co., Sept. 2. IS 4 9
rjHE undersigned. Executor of the last
I will and testameiit ol Pktkr Siuxh,
late of East ButT.iloe township. Union C.,
deceased, w ill offer for sale, at public out
cry, on the premises, on
Friday, the 19th day of October
the following valuable Real Kta'c, to wit :
All that certain tract of Land,
situate in the township and county afore
said, idjoining lands of Abraham vVolle,
Jacob Mer'z, Adam Witman, and oriisrs,
coiituliung n bout
nil clear land, whereof atiotit E'ghteen
acres are excellent Meadow land, and al!
ArnrgjL 'n a g,md state ol cultivation.
fSvsTrvj The Improvements thereon eiec
sissf iMaiPted are a huge.
Stone Dwellinrj House,
a Slone Spring House, a Tenant House, a
Log Barn, a well wiih a Pump at the door,
and a good Spring ol Water about twenty
five perches Iroui the house, which could
easilv be brought to the house in a flowing
rumr- . . . . J3X
h ii i in k iri'ii.iiti -"
A 1 n a., si mL SsV JTi
with excelleut Fruit Trees, and
i l - - - . s
Said property is situated ft bout three
I intra tiui.i M-'. nu-ii i.i.
niles from Lewishurg, on the road leading
f ljDwifba ; New Brtr,jn dn(l
Tur,evi,,e RnJ ,he Wej,
Branch of the Susquehanna river.
Also a Lot of Timber Land,
almost adjoining the former, roiituimng
upwards of TlVEXTYACJtES,h:nnu
a Tenant House.
Ahoul Seven acres ure clear, and
the remainder well Timbered.
Sale to coairiK nce al 10 o'clock, A. M..
of said day. when due attendance will be
given, and terms of sale made known by
JOHN SUHKACK. Kxecutor.
East BolEiloe 1'p., Aug. 23, 1849
N. If. Person w ishing to see th above
mentioned properly, will he accommodated
by calling on Jacob Mciia, who resides
adjoining said property, and wilt takt plea
sure in showing the Mnie.
A journeyman Watoltmuker
J A.N I t-O in lwtoiiara, b
A. 1. H Tt'iEl I).
Tiie 46uV 'trgm con-idersir Hrnr..
dreth Pi. Is wed worifiy the c i.f; u-nr
the pi.'blic That the prir.ei.K ,,
they cure d:sase is the (ine as ii.ai
I'roy o Paris and Swrdemux t f litrrr,,.
ny. "'Chat ail ihtt variety t.l deiie fr,
ceed from, or are nearly alued l..tl.M,rjrrj
of the stomach and bo!s i.n.l it,Jt , v
using , those remedies whi. h r' .st iro : ,
healih these imtrtant orjana "he
will vanish. .'Ibe Ci.i'ideih iikJ..:
irofess o carry out this import-in- pnr
iple. have heard theiu ato'ii ,-
The genuine pill for sale l.v J HAYES,
mle agent for lcwisbur-!. 1 3.1.23
r'pilE partacrship existing in the rVund'?
business between L. B. Christ and ll.
5. Boger, is dissolved this day by umruai
consent. All persons knowing thnm.vrj
indebted to the firm of Christ &. B in
notes or boo!! account, are reque3;H l0
muke payment o L. B.Christ on or bef ,ri
ihe 1st day of Oct. next, as the hooks wi
notes are with me otherwise they will U
left wiih a proper officer for collection.
The New Foundry
TS now carried on as usual, at the uprr
nH f.r Market street, where everv ri -s.
cripfion of CASTINGS kppt i-3
hand or made lo orler sucri as
The Complete, of
'or eifher Loal or &?-in.
Wood and alt Tr-3;?1
other kinds of Cfp5 I
ent kinds Corn Ploughs, Bull Piuuli;,
a new article, and which curt r.o! Le Vat
in Pennsylvania. Call and see and
for vourselves. L. B. CHRIST.
Lewishurg, Aug. 14, 119
fPHE subscribers huve associated under
J the Firm of
S. & J. WOLFS,
for the purpose of carrying on a
Wholesale Grocery ai;d General
Commission and For warding
business I.ibeial advances will be ma 'n
on all kinis of Country Produce. Plaof
of business, new Warehouse on the H'baif
immediately below the Bridge,
Lewisburs, Pa. Aug. 7, 1849.
Sale of Kea! Estate.
117ILL b? exposed to PuVie Sale on the
V premises, on
Saturday, Gth of Oct next,
all that mes-uage and tract of land siiua'.t j
in Whi'e Deer township, lTnion coun'y,
now occupied by John Bachman, ndjoiuicg
hinds of William Speese, John Ilu imitl,
and others, containing about 1 00 aCITS
between 15 and 20 of which are cleared
and in a gooa statu ot 5vif,
cultivation, and on vvjt,
which are erected a TJ
.1 . . ! 1 i n it ti,i,a a n .1 n . Vi ST .
er buildings. 'Che balance of the tract i
x Sale u commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.i
when terms will be made known bv
a.ie known bv
VG?. ") Exec'o-s of
YES. L VVoi. Haves,
THtMA! II WES.
Lewishurg, Aug. la, 19"i!
New Copartnersltip !
HAVING entered into a- partnership,
the subscribers would inform their o.d
patrons and the public in general, that we
may he lounJ at I. Ointer'a old stand on Fir-4
street near the Academy, whore we carry on tba
above business in all its vaiiriies.
Fancy and Common Choirs, Bsicu
Risking Chairs Settees; various kinds
Bureaus, Tubies, Bedsteads, Ac. on hand
or made to order.
ready made or
U'e have also a suitable I1EAUSR iu rea
diness for Funerals.
TCIM I. U.
U'e have a Turning Lathe propelled D,T
horse power,w hich enables us to turn wood
of any size, and up to 24 feet in length.
HOUSE AXD SIGN
will also be aitrn.led to by the aunbera on th
shortest nonce and in the beat sty le.
0"AII work iu our line wairanted lo be
made, and on the most reasonable terms.
Wa would also aiiiiounre lliat we hate propr
Machinery fur remnsing Uuildings, of any ai.
from l).m to ileershtlia if neeessar.
Country prtnlucc ami Lttmler
taken in pajaienl and Cash auJ (iuld Btf
refused. f ,
Thankful for past favors, we repectfuUy
a coniinu mce of tna same.
A HAM BE.VVEK.
Lewi. burg. May h IMS 6mSC5
A. L. HATFIELD
HAS removed his Watch and Jewilr?
esiabiitihmeul to his house, opposite
Q ALT Fine Sack, Ground Alum, and
Salina, oo hand and for sale by
Ap 1 G Lawshe-