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I.EWISKUKG CilKOMCLE AM) WEST BRANCH FAItHIKU"
And incidentally of Egypt.
' w::i Ic-tura on litis subject
in (he hisctct:t fif the Ctplist eh.,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVKN1NGS, OCT. 12 and 13
Leclure to commence at 7 o'clock Admission 1 2 1-2 cts. .2
These Lectures embrace many
ted wit'i s:icreJ and prot.ine
are illustrated with a numerous collection of
SPLENDID illuminated PAINTINGS.
Eihibi-.ing BUIVKON ia its fil.()!t aud in its ItUIN'S !
Each more th'n 20 f.ct In irrunf-rcnre. 50 of whirl) will be used In the illusirr.ti in o
eih L-eiure, and inlr.slwrJ i:i the fuliuwi'ig order: A Map nf Egypt. Arabia Pel sa, IVestine
anj Persia llie TeTtpl9 anil broken M .tuc of M'ttin.n at Thebes: another vi-w of the 8. me.
I gcther with the Tem;d of Luxir P-rsmiJs; the Ni'r, and Ves-ele sailing on its amooih
waters, i h a group ( raba in t'te fore ground a view of the Nile lv Mo irilitht ; I lie Ruin
if Alcsaudri U i OVIisks ; Ruin nf Tyre Palmyra; the Tadiuor of Sol .n,nn, in the nudat
1 a Dc-ert rersejiolis View nf the p..t hit nicmoiah c aa the location of ancient Babylon
periiner of Persian Soulpiuie, ink. n torn the Ruins a I'lan of the City (lie Walla,
Towers, Gale, S-trcets, a til In'crnsl Scenery the river Euphrates passing through the city
lie Ouirr sicu-iu the Old Pali.re (tie New Pslsce, Neburlisdrnzisr sitting upn hi
Throne jj-lgiiig t'ie three Hebrews Tunn. 1 under the Did of the River the Temple of
R 'ua ami Tower "f Babel Gild.-n Idols an J G.d.ltii Table the Hanging Garden, a splendid
rsintinf ad-n'red lay l Dtiiit-I m the D.-n of the Li-.-is B Isharzor's Feast, with 70 figures
aa !ar-e aa u !e ttic .iri.u -.ai ..ki,c.?ii rnii.'s square. xcavaio cj ii:c nanu ui man uie i crsi n
Armv eaicriu; the ' -it lb Ktuc siaiu at tim Gate of Lis Palace Dcpa.ture uf the Children
f I-rel Specimen of Ntual Histo-y.
gSach a large number rf very superior Paintings, beautifully
liliis'rs'inj; n subject in itself nf the highest order is se!i.m to ! lound A siphl of
lhes alone, it has lev-it mid, rub y rcpaxs, and the L-eture u;r.in this grave aulj-cl
doc, not (ail to give errire satis'ii-tiun lo llie m'M intelligent mind.
Tlmt ihe.-e Lprtnri' are iircres'in.', iniruciivp. nniJ of prni-in al utility (o nil, is
nic-'(l li V num'TOUS K'l'crs 'roin inn icrin
:Pr-iv men of ilillrron! S;a' s, m ho stronu'v rocummend llf.-in lo public lavor.
( Fint f,fl,w
f IMIC puWir ar n-apf-'ully itifirtneJ ihat JOHN FORSTRft lias received, and
.L '' 'fiWs Inr sale a vrry
SSlarc stock of Fall and Winter goods,
rn.iiniiiig nil artirl s krpi p'-neraily in the oilwr slores, iih llie adJilicn of muny
fi.if r kinds of 'f lis not u-unl!v lirouht i ihi; country. An -x;irniiia:i ju of the slock
i, r.ttH;tfu ly iuvited Anions my slock is a lurge variety oi
T(r-cir(p Cis-invro, Satinolls, Veslinas Twed ('lo'hi for Sacks and Overcoats,
KenliK'kv Jean;', Tickings, Canton and other FmnneU, TnWc Diaper. Muslins, 5(10
riiti-e Oalicofg, C.itn;lrinn. M nw d--. Liinos. Cashri'Ores. M- riimes, Alparras, Silks,
Linen, Cambric, Silk and Co:tin Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Trimmings, &c.
Ladies shoes, i Ten's and Boys' boot, etc.
CLOTH .1XD GL.1ZKD CJPS.
(Urpfi.0 the in-st and most
TO WIIOLKSALM buyers,
it u liberal abatcuit m u ill b' aind.
Ieishur, Ociober 2. 1M9
THE PLEDGEJENEWED !
HAVING rendered entire satis'action to
hi lormrr piirons by lully sustaining
!ns d".le to sell fJoods l!ov ihe custom
ary price of the place, the snliscriber apain
im ite the oimmunity if ihey desire m
tiive (."iieap (Joods to cull t h s Store,
oppostte Kline h.jtel, t here they can find
a lre-h !ock how opening pf
IOCS and most
nVscriptinns of M rilmndiz adapted !
thif w in's, for the seasnn, at the very
I mpst prices. Every exer'ion m.idn to
pliuxe those who may favor us with a call.
All UUids of Produce taken in exchange "as
well as Cash" in payment for Goods.
SAMX S. BARTON.
1-ewUWp. Sept 27, 1819
Dr. Rose's Kedlcices.
The subscriber liavin" Ikhii appointed
le R'-nt for Dr. Itosfc' Medicines, lor
I nion cnun'y, ofler thf ni to ihe public
ith treat confidence as to their iflljacy
and certainty of effecting cures in all cases
lor which they are drypned. A single tfsl
ulv is" required to estaWish the dpt. . .
SrPt 27 S S BARTON
New York Fall and Winter FA-
UST received M the Fashionable Tailo.
l.iiin estab'ishmenl, nex,t diwr to ihe
J'.KtOffi JOHN R MILLER.
Lisuarg, Sept 20, 1S13
200 sicks ground Alum Salt,
50 do fine do
100 Ubls. Salina do
For 'sale, m holesale or retail, bv
Sent 10 S & J Wolfe'
deeply interesting facts connec
History, oriental Travels, &c , and
On.n tliM ( 'liTi'vin,'!! K htnr. Ti'nrliHrrt. nrolesioital Hti
im 11. i. uni, i rni nrrs, iiniit-innai nu
varied assortment and also
gre;t inducements are offered,
JO i 3.1 F9RSTKEt
'cv cfic.i j cash Store.
Fall and winler
fJHK subscriber has just received his
JL block of
FALL AND WINTER
Good emb:aciiiij Ihe usuu! vuriety
Al! of hi -h ore ofTered cheap for Cash or
L G. LAWSEE.
Loivisburp, Sept 18, 181'J
OODFISH Fresh M ickerel Cheese
(:r sale bv 1 G La she
flMIE subscribers hav asciutea unoer
J the Firm of
S. & J. W8LF,
fir the purpose of carrying on a
Wholesale Grocery and Generai
Commission arid Forwarding
business- Libeial advances will be made
on all kinds of Country Produce. Place
of business, l.ew Warehouse on the Wharf
immediately below the Bridge,
Lewisburp, Pa. Aug. 7, 1849.
Superior Cooking Sieves.
The subsflibers have on hand theJEtna
Air-Tlj;tt Cfiokinp Stove, arraDed for
Wood or Coal. These Stoves are superior
to apy thing of the kind ever offered in (be
ciunt-Vi sod will be sold" ot reasonable
prices S. As J.WOLFE.
Leuislurg;, Sept 10,1849
1 ALT Fine Sa:l. Ground Alum, and
Salina, on hanv1 an ,or M,a y '.
1 G Lawnhe.
TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS, &
DR. J N. KEEI.ER & DIUJ. most res
pectfully solicit aiteiiiioii lo their Iresh
stock of Eiiglith, Frnuh, German, mul
.i merit on Drills, Mrdicim-s, I'am's, Che
micals. Oils, lve-tuil.s, ulasswiire, l i rdi
mery, Patent M.-dicines, Var,ii s, iVr.
Having openeI a new aturr, .i "(J1, M-jrt;-i ut,
with a lull aupply of ftexh lltii:!- i,d Mulitiiiea.
we respectfully Milicit rounliy tlraerA lo ev.im-
me our atnok U-fore pu'elia-iiji elst-wherp, pfoin
ising one and all who may te. I ?i pod to ex
teuj to their patronage, to m-EI ihem gonuuie
Diug and Meilic nea. on as libeml terms as any
other Iioupc in the City.and to fti'hlulty cxeeov
. ail nnleia entrusted to ua ("m;.tiy and with i!e
One of the proprietor! being a n-eular ptiy.i
cian. att'orJa ample gmrun'ee of the genuine
quihty of ail ar.u lej aM at their eitaHihineiit.
We etpecia!ly in'iie dni:yii-u and rouniiy
mrrchanta, who may wish to berome wet A for
Dr. KeelrrM Celthrattd Family Medicines,
(slaniiar.l aud popular remetliea.) lulorard their
ISulichiiig the patronage of denlrra, e renjiect
J. N. KELLER A BRO , Wh .eale rMi(rsiia,
1 18 1 No. 2U4, Market St., I'itiL-d.
gm&O RNA MENTAL
SC . 7SEES.
The subscrilu-rolfers fr snle Ornrtmcn-
tal Trees of ev. ry oescription, partieu'.irlv
ihe European Lio-je, and i;uu'o:ii.i I'npi-
ri.i.is, a splendid shade tree I11I1 iv introdn
ced from Japan, remarkahle lor its enor
mous leaves (sometimes two feet in diam
eter,) and larpe clusters of rose colored
flowers, spotted and striped within, emitting
a fr.iorance similar to the Lihc.
Also Fruit trees ol every descrin'ion.such
as grafted Apple trees from 7 to 9 It h h,
at 12 to 15 cts each, or 10 to 12.5i per
hundred ; Inoculated Peach trees. Hi cts
each, or J0 per hundred ; Pear, Cherry,
Plum. Nectarine, and Apricot trees at rea
sonahle prices all the varieties warranted
penmrie; also Hot-house and Green house
plants, embracing bearing Oran- and Le
mon trees.topether u Ith a variety of Flower
seeds, all .of w hich h will sell as low as
they can be purchased in Philndclrdra.
II. R. NOLL.
Ivswisburg, Sept 12, 1819
Tril iiTnnS of the t'niversitv at Lew.
ithuiir, woulj rrpfiecl'ully int--rm iia 1'ulrona
ai.d Friends that, in the School unJer their rare,
(at Lewi-burg) the folio in: aie the I lae, Sub
jects of Sluily end Eiercisea (or the curreut year.
IK'parttiient and ftudfen.
PRIMA RY DE PA K THE XT.
Sii t'laxsea Exercised in Spelling. Reading.
Definition, English (ira-Dtu ir, Arithmetic (ieng
raihy, History L" S. A., tVtiauu-hip, and Coiu
fiosilion. EXGUSII DEPA R 'I'M EXT of ihe Academy.
The tame stuJiea as in the I'rinarv I. pnrtine.il
continued in the use of larger text books ; and to
lliert are added General History, Lavn.a' Algebra,
Legendie and (Surveying.
CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT of the Academy
Jan. Academic Clam. Eujiliah Language.
Geugrapl.y, History l . S. A , Latin ttrainmar
and Iteader, Greek Grammar and Kra Icr coiu
inenred. Arithmetic completed.
Hen. Academic Class. English Language,
General History, Csair, Virgil, Greek Header,
COLLEGIA TE DEPA R TMEXT.
Freihmun Cluis. Liy.Auabaii,Memorabilia,
Davie.' Legeudre, Triguii metry eonituenred.
Suphomure Class. Horace. iMyaoy. Seleit
Oiations of Deinoith :liea. L. gen.ire completed,
llavies' Surveying and Navigation. Analytical
Geometry, lilsir'a Lectures.
Juniur Class. Demosthfnea on the Crowu.
Greek Tragedy, Cicero i'e Olheiia, Tacitus. Naf
utal Philosophy, Astronomy, Logic.
fluJcnta in the Engli.h D-paiimeiit recite
with those pursuing the same aiudiea in the
No class in the Regular course, baa lea than
three daily recitations. All the members of t';e
school, (in three diviaione,) are eieirued eery
Saturday in Reading. Declamation, Luglifh Cum
positiou, and Vocal Music.
All the students are required to attend, regu
larly, some rejigiuus meeting. Minors are exj-ec-ted
lo attend such meetings at are recommended
to them by their parents or guardians. There are
in the Borough no le.- than ix .lares of public
wort hip, occupied every Lord's Day by aa many
dilTrrent Christian denominations.
Number of Students.
The number of students during ihe past year
111 the various department. v.a Wii- "
number that have entered the classes in til..' Reg
ular Course for the current year (exoluiv pf
those in the English aud Primary departments.)
is as follows :
CoLLxas- Junior class 6
Sophomore cl -as - 13
Freshman class - - 11
AriDisf. Senior clae . 12
Junior class - - 28 -71
STEPHEN W. TAYLOR. A. M., Professor of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophv ;
GEORGE R. BI.ISS. A. M., Professor of Greek
Language and Literature ;
GEORGE W. ANDERSON, A.M., Professor
of Latin Language and Literature :
ISAAC N. LOOM1S, A. M, Principal of the
ALFRED TAYLOR, A. M., Teacher in the
In order to meet the demands of the Institu
tion, the Board have taken m.a.utet to supply
the necessary Apparatus for the department of
Mechanical Philosophy, and lo increase the Li
brary, befoie the commencement of the winter
session. During the year, the building now iu
.-rogrcsa will be completed, engirding stmlv rooms
wnu dormitories for 70 college students. Another
rn 'esst:.' hs been sd-led lo the Faculty, and
' .rijed to euable students in the classes
mean t ... i; ,t.A
specified ai prosecu .ueir a.uu.-.
i..it:,.Ti ;nd Hoard.
T1TITIOX in ihe ,He.-iate Department 3,
. i en in..,. v ! 3-cer year.
BOARD, including iodgtr.g.
wa.'Uing, luei anu
.1 iu Mcinity at
Ight, can 1 had in the village si.
various price, from $1.37 J la P"
Session, Vacations, &c.
Two Session in year the former enoih.'en
era on Ihe second Tuesday in October, and con
tinues 27 week? the latter continues 15 weeks.
Spring Vacation, 4 week ; Autumnal, 6. Next
session begin 1 lib October.
JT,e Board are happy to sdd thst Lewiaburg
is st present, as ll ever has been, exceedingly
Byo'rder Jtnd in behalf of (he Board :
TFOMAS WATTSOX, Pres't,
GEORGE F.'MILLER, rc'y
Lswisburg, Urn's H?- P- ,8'
eqiitium: Lire ixsiuaxce,
.reaaaauatj HU I rilal l.OIUiaUy.
Office, ?4, ll'ahtul Street, J'hilaJephia.
I'ariTAi, j-,5n,0u0 Charter Perpetual.
rUIE Company are now prepared to transact
J busin.ua uion the nnwl liberal at.it advanta
eeoua term. Thev are authorimd by their charter
(-ec. 3) " to make all and every iii&urauce aiper.
tamiiin to hie ri-ka of whatever kind or nature, and
to receive and eterure tru.la. mnke eniion merits,
anu io gram and .urc!lae annuiliea." The Coiu
uany sell annuities and endowioti.U, and act aa
trustees for minora and hcira.
Tulle uf Premium reijuind for the Assurance
r-J 100 Jurlhe whole term of Life,
I J S
2 'J 2
3 i j
Til,- premiums arc less tlian any other rumpuny
and the policies afford greater advantage. Mar
ried women and female ehildren ran insure the
lives of either a husband or ps-ent free Irom the
claims ot creditors. Tabl.-s uf half vear-v and
quarterly p.emiumf, half credit rates of piririiuin,
nort terms, i.iitit lives, sur iv.ir.hii,-
ment aud forms of spplicatiuii are to be bad ut
I the Othce or of the Agrnt.
J Rales far insuring $1C0 mi a single Life.
Aee. For 1 year." Foi 7 tears. For Lite.
"0 50 81 tl I 60
30 0 99 1 30 2 04
40 1 29 1 64 2 70
50 I 86 2 07 3 94
89 3 48 3 97 6 03
Example: A ieriin seed 30 vears neat biith
day by paying the Company 99 rls vtnuM secu e
to his family or h.irs flliO should he tlie in one
year, or for 9 90 he secures to them 1 1000, or for
1 3 00 annually for seven years he secures lo them
51000 should h( die in seven y.ars. or for 20 40
paid j early during life he secures IOUOto be paid
when he dies the insurer teeming hi own bonus
by thediuVenre in amount of pirrnium from those
charged bv other oihvcs. For 49 50 ihe heirs would
receive $5000 should he die in one year.
PETER CLLLEN, President.
F.W. RAW'LE Sec'y and T eas.
For further particular apply to
HENRY C. IIICKOK.
Agent for Union and adjoining enmities,
Consulting Physician Wat. Haras, M. D.
Lev- j.burg. Union Co. Pa. July 21, 1849
HAVING entered into a partnership,
the subscribers would inform their old
patrons and the pu'nli.: iu iineral, 'hat we
may be found at D. Gmter's old stand on Fir.t
street near the Academy, whore we carry on the
above business in all its varieties.
Fancy and Common Chairs, Boston
Rocking Chairs Setttvs, various kinds
Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, &.c. ou hand
or made to order.
re.idy made or
We have also a suitable HEARSE in rea
diness for Funerals.
TgKA MA V.
We have a Turning Lathe propelled by
horse Hiwer,wiiich i nn tiles us to turn wood
of any size, and up to 'ii feet in length.
HOUSE AND SIGN
will also he attended to by the subscribers on the
ehort.nt notice and in the boat style.
T7" A II work in our line warranted to b well
made, ai.d on the most reasonable terms.
We would also announce that we have proper
Msehinery for removing Uuildings, uf any s.ze,
from Dan to ISeersLeba if necessary.
Country produce and Lumber
taken in, payment and Cask aud Gold Dut not
Thinkful for past favors, we respectfully ak
a con : in u mce of the same.
Lewisharg, May 1. 1849 6mS65
The New Foundry
S now carried on as usual, al the upper
end of Murket street. Here every des-
cnp'ion of CASTINGS kcPl 1 n
hdtid or nude lo order such as
The Complete, or
for fJlli'T Coal or
Wood 'tnd all
other kiud.4 of
ent kinds Corn I'louhs, Ui.'i lougus,
a new article, aud which can not be lieat
in Pennsylvania. Call and ee nod I'lilge
for yourselves. L. B. CIIRIS'l.
Lewisburg. Au). 14, 1H41
VV hot youuu man wauls to wear a wig ?
We ali krttrw the value of a good head of
hair. A young man wilh a bald head, is a
sort of walking caricature of his species.
Hence the many various attempts to re me
dy or conceal the deficiency. Hundreds
of the young men of this country, after Iryj
ins in thousand and one chemical prepa
rations and nostrums for restoring the hair,
are driven the necessity of wearing a wig!
a practice as little conducive to cleanliness,
as it is dangerous to health ! Now, we hap
pen to know from practical experience.lhat
Trask's" Magnetic Ointment will restore the
Wr on a Jwld headi'wben all other reme
dies fcave failed. . - '
Sold in Lewisborg.wholesale and retail,
by Thornloa & Baker, frice and 50
I cents per bottle.
A journeyman WatchCftaker
Fever and Ague.
71IAT is the mode ol trea'im'nt best
dupled to the cure of l ever aud
Ague? It has usually been Irea'til bv
mi dicril men as a dist ase of iise'l. Strict
ly seakiiii; it is not b d si-n-e. but a -'
lorn of disease. It is the result of a oi -ranyeiiicnt
of the .Dir. Here lie the
rlifliculry, nd here is the rl.s-aw. Ii i
.herefore the liver lo which the retnd
sttouij I- direct! d. Hi re llie caue exi-ts.
and it is the cause which is In be re.ii.-vec'.
or a K-rniHiiciil cure wilt not l.e tir.'ei. .1
Ry addressing remedies to ihe synipt'ims
we leave the caiie tinloueiied, temly ti
IT -ducca return of the chill- and lever. !
. the lirst over exer'ion ol n iml oi ioiiv.
1 he success of Dr. 0-;ood' India Clioli.
jjoue iii-Ciiiiti permanent cures uf such
affection is exjdained by its well ktmw de.
I'b-'rycM i llect opon the hill.irv oigrns.
ImilaKins are abroad! He
to eri.jtiire for " Dr. Onuod's
For sale by the w l-fagen', J S:h,eittt,
HENRY C. HICKOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE, on Second Sr., lately occupied
bv L. B. Christ, lvs.
April a, I?43
For Nervous Diseases, Dr. T'laskV
M tjiietic Ointment is nf immense value,
and in tit) cases out of 100 :t will alTorc
entire relief to the worst cases of Nervou
Headache in 3(1 minutes.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr
1 horntnn at Biker, Lewistiug:: sold it Is.
by J. II R iser, Milton, and lv i-n- noetr
in every vilfiiie iu the Slate. Price and
39 cts per b ilt'e.
Lumber ! Lumber! !
E subscriber continues lo keep a eu.d
ck of lumber, conisiiuo .f 2m).0(H)
feet of suwed lumber as follows : White
pine boards 1 inch, plank li inch and 'i
inch, weather boards, j-'ist ti. s''nntl:nc;,pop
lar hoards, plank, aud scau'ling, cherry
plank, and boards, sawed ceiling 1alh, pine
and hemlock rail", shini.liii luih, and pu
Ihuj. Also lap and joint slunyles, srju.ire
timber, nails, salt, and Coal. All ol which
he will sell at lair price.
Lewisburs. July II, 1849.
1?0R the difficult respiration aud iieb,l,t
a'.lendin diseases of the Lungs or
Throat and Breast, Tlinmtous Cump 'U'id
Sump of Tar and II ood Nupthu has
been found an invaluable remedy. Resides
its power as an Iv-r-toiaiit to relieve the
unr from the accumulated matter which
results from the relaxed state of the system
in hot weather, it also acts as a bialinj
balm to the ulcerated parts and a strengih-
ener to me s s:em.
So salu'arv is trie action of the Syrup
in this respect, tnat m.ii y m our most
respectable Physicians employ it in their
practice, and we have ditlv evidence il
cures efliTted in pultnonarv di-ens's
where skill has utterly failed.
Prepared only l.y Anuney & Dicksoti, IS
E corner Fifth and Spruce tsts. I'Kilad.
So,l by V. It . frhaff!e, Lew isburg.
NEW VuLl'ME Or TMB
SCI EN TI FIC3 A M E 111 CAN.
To Inventors, Mechanics, and Artizans.
''HE Publishers of the Scien'ific Anierican, in
returning their thanks to the community lor
the liberal support and encouragement which has
been exttnded lo them during the past four years,
would respectfully give notice that the lt num
ber of Volume 5. will be issued on the 2'Jd oi
September, affording a lavorable opportunity tor
all lo euhM-rit.e.wh. n.ay l-h to avail themselvea
of the valuable inforuiation always f-iund in its
columns. The ue volume will be commenced
with uew type, printed on extra tine paper, man
ula turn) expressly for thru publication, and em
bt liirbed wilh a chaste and elegant border. It
will be published as h.-ruiofore io quarto form,
lliuastT.il Juig at the end ol the year a beautiful
book of over 400 p:iges, containing hetwet u 5
and 600 original engravings of uew inventions,
described by b tiers uf rrlVrcnce, besides a great
amount uf leading mattct valuable to every man
in the country.
Aa increased amount of care aud expense will
be bestowed upon this volume, to render il more
fully what il baa ben lermed. The best Me
chanical Paper in Ihe World." Its columns a
usual will be filled with the most reliable and
rorrect information in regard to the progress ol
Scientific and Mechanical improvements, Ctiem
istry. Architecture, Botany, Manufactures, Ran
Road intelligence, and the weekly List of Pat
rnts, prepared expressly for this Journal tt the
Patent Office in Washington.
As an evidence of the estimation ia which this
publication h held by the Scientific aud Mechan
ical portion ol 'he community, it is ouly neccs
sar; to state, that its circulation has increased
within the last three years lo upwards of lO tinO
copies, already exceeding the united circulation
of all Ihe Mechanical and Scientific publications
n this country, and the largest of soy single
one in th world.
Tsaxs : Two dollars a year in advance, oi
if desired one dollar in advance, and the remain
der in six months.
To Cli-hs : 5 copies, $8 ; 10 crtnts, $15 ;
20 copie. $23.
All letters must be post paid ami uirected io
ML'NN V CO.
Publishers of the Scientific American, IN. York.
fi. B. Patent secured and mechanical draw
ings executed on th most reasonable term at
the Scientific American omee.
OLD DR. aM & P. TOWNSEND'S
compouud syrup of Sarsaparilla
JUST ree'd from the old Dr. a large and
fresh supply of his celebrated medicine
' i r . . wr V I.
from the principal uepoi iu new ium.
Persons wishing to procure Sarsaparilla
cm have either the old or young Dr's, gen
uine and fresh, by calling on the Ai;ent,
Lewisburg. June 26 U W 8CHAFFLE
Paints, Oils, Glass.
TITST ree'd White Lead. Ven: Red. Span:
.1 Rro.n. Chrome. Graen sod Yellow, Prus:
Mine. Carmine. Vermillion Flaxseed. Fih and
Sperm Oil, Spte TorpntineGU fiom 7x9 lo
.Jna Tar. Rosin and Pilch, which ran I
had ebesperthsn vsr al C W Stumi'i Drag
and ChamKtl CmporiutD, iewuourg.i
ULiACKSMf Til J
The subscriU'rs re-rj
fuily itiiv.no tt.e c-t 7.. n
ol Iw.a:urj at. J vicimtv
that i hey have coiiieiiceil
the nb ve biisrtwa, at M
Hiit-'s old shop on Sk-cuiid
."l. ou- ro-iarc va h of M irkct, where they
ure prepind to Irrn Bii;t!i"S or W.ia:o,
and rr ake all ailic.es m thur b-ires In
'be mit workmanlilie rtitvnner, nl srn.s
which they ho.e is:e Ihvae wrsh.Cf
.iithin; dine in !her I me to call tuitt
juije llit ms';lvt bctuv-e sjeirf elsSwtiere.
Retiiritig done .u Ihe ah xlest tmticu
-ri.l en r-a .otiiii.ie lTiHs a'ao Hliue.Ty,
hich is a very unir;nl utt
tt r to those Umt have va'bb.e kS
horses, and sboul 1 be nin.sied fTi
orilv l.i ia.rt.ri i.t L ii... n dL ill sSv J.
We flitter ourselves tfut we are aLle I..
'impte wi'h any peraon iu tfce coUnUv in
hieini.r Horn's : we ask ouly a trial, and
let the work show lor itself.
Ail work warrar.ted. Iron and all kiucSs
'f cortnlrv Pr. djce taken in eschunte.
We hnie by strict aitenti'-n to btuineas,
and a di'terminatiun lo suit all, both in
woik And price, to receive a liberal aba re
of public patronage.
'HaTE v FCRRAY.
lewisburg, May 25. 1819
GLORIOUS Xensfroia ('AUITQliMA
Gold Dust is I'lrnly, mul Drugs dp
riiics are offered, at M'toUwU and
Retail, cheuper than tvtr, at
OR. THORNTON & BAKER'S
TTAVTXG houL'hi out the Drus Store o
J.JL Mr. C. A. lyi'TH, the subscriber
wuiall respecilully inform the cit i-us ol
Lewisburg and its vicinity that llvv wi
keep constantly ou hand a lare und well
selet:!ed assorlm'-nt of fresh
Drills, Medicines, I'aints, Oils,
Dypst iirTs,Ulieiitic;tl, Gl iss,
CO Fi:CT10!S LUY, VKH JI !
and a ireiieral a-sortmei.t of t'A TEN2'
MEDICINES also a vuriet) ol ar-i. les
Usually kept in Druir stores all of which
they are determined to sell unusually low.
Persons wishing lo procure Medicines, are
particularly invited to liive them a cali
before purchasiii-r i-lsew here. Particular
attention will t-e pail to putting up Physi
cum s prescripttmis.
N.B. Medical advice civen at the Store
free of charge, by Dr. Tliointon.
Lewisburg, March 20, I81t.
P. S. Ut. Thornton cV B-iker would
itifortn those mre have so liberally patronized
idem since ihev have commenced business, that
they have REPLENISHED THEIK rTOCK
of pu.e unadulterated Drags and Medicine, im
mediately Irom Imporiers at nVuced p'ice in the
.New Ymk, Philadelphia and lialtimore markets.
whirh ihey are enabl-d to sell al prior lower
irian ever oOVred io this place, st Wbolesele and
Dr Th-irr.ton warrants all Drugs sod Medicines
purchased at their establishmeni Mia and synu
ine, and if they do not prove to be so the purcha
sers are at liberty to re' urn the article and their
mrn-y ahall be refunded to then,. a!? 1
?-'.. . - --s-a. i
HE undersigned continue to furnish to order
ou ihe most reasonable terms. Pianos, from
the manufactory of Conrad Mevsr, Phils.) . whose
instruments are too well known to need any pan
egyric, having uniformly received the ron.met.d
ations of the most eminent pro'esaors end c.wt po
ser of Mu-ic, and Ihe sward of the pr s.iums in
New York. Philadelphia and Hoston. For qualioes
of tone, touch, and ket-ping in tone up to concert
pitch, they ran not he surpa scd by either Amer
ican or Eurofaan Piarios.
Instructions given on the Piano, as heretofore
Reference may be niado to any of those parents
or guardians who base pupils committed to his
charge. He may be seen at his residence al Mrs
Maize's, Market street. Lea i burg, wbeia leiiua
and particulars will be made known.
The moit popular and favorite Airs and Music
of diriereut kinds received as it i issued tront the
different musical establishment in the I'ities.
May 15 CM ARI.Ks KAI.Ist H
I7MNE fresh Green and Black Teas.from
. 4'i cents a pound and upwards.irnpor
led by ihe Canton 9c Pckiti Tea Company
of New York, packed in pounds. halves am!
quarters, perfectly aii tight, just received
and lor sale by JAM Est HAVE.
May S Mole Agent f ir Lewisburg
Harrison's Columbian Inks,
Ijl.At'K, Japan, Copving, Marking. Blue. In-
d.-lible. Scarlet, Red, t 'arniine. These Inks
tijiv more freely from the inii, and give a al'ongei
aud more durable color lhau any other. For sale
in any quantity by
DR. THORNTON BAKER. Agent.
Lewiburg. in ion Co. Pa.
OUGH & Ready Shirtings at 3 cts pr
yard Ginghams at 10 cts and
Prints al 4 to 12l cts pr yard. Call and
see at C i'a. Howes .
11TANTED two tons
of KAliS, ia
1 V exebanse lor Merchandise.
I (t Lawshe.
II for Justice and Constable, on
lafldllll. hand for sale at ihi ofTice. or
printed according lo order.
AILS and IRON for sale by
Reber Ac Mdings.
ALT and FISH on hand by
Reber & Iddinit.
PR1NG STEEL on hand at
Reber & Iddinzs.
NOTES Promissory, Judgment, and
Joint Notes (blanks) at this office.
ZUtrt of Tiaxzxn
PE.MAJMNG in. ji..- LEvBCl:u
J L IW Oilne. Si . a . IM9
H-vof sr hur. I. .li at J bn, Prothwei'
t.'U-rsva, Bro hs!l 4 H. rtci San.tt-'l, b -oy
t ia. t'limme ga EkI Ui.. a, Clark. I'h W.
rve. rarb Lhait.s R. Dra.tw J'taa , ,;,, Vei.f
m Bsi.y A. Deet.Ur J.,'- Dji.can Kana i.
Kvelsnd D.Mel, Fciirr Uvi.j 4, Foteut UaviJ U,
Uoedman xa..i9rr,' tiaslui-iii Mr It. Grms. sf
George (iazlay r,orl. Kadis, Audrew. HiMJI.
V .. Jahn Mr K- lr.ple (.aitoine, l-ana J .tne-,
fK'w.g fsamt W, Mara S-amuel Mers (irorge t,
M C h.I tsml. Mar hll I aslla M .jei Jacob,
WAipm tiro. Mack J M In. N.,p.i,g E-q.
I'ok.r J bn, fri.e 6Vrjr Rnkent J.. Hins
:iiiauda M ynv4 J Ulir Kai k Uani.1, Ronisv,H
J.ikra. atubaas) kledaarl. SiiaUb John, s-l.it! r
WMaiivsa, Aask Win Sauiuer J N Tyrrman
Jjv. ' aitH.au J L q. Wesas t'ltab. Zouk YtMl
Per iwaj'Mf Ws; fif ihe above leneis
will pleasw say they are ad.Mlltd, oihei
wiae ihe-y anav asal sish litem. -
A. KK.N.M-DY, P. M
SIGS if the ISMAN!
Caarcf tittis Ever.
CflilC swaavnhi-r bae the pleasure to announce
J to I hear nisi caasomrra aud tke public iu gear,
eial Oael Mspy b iw opened a tare nd .ptradid
swsMaial U TOBACCO VC. t the old
shum) on Market staret f-acatcily occupied by Santl
Auiauou as a I uwr aaVifv
'1 iiesr aatrr stuck kas bswa selected with gnat
t ar, an) e.as.rsla of
C"ler Fiawtaoria, l.a Norma. Primavora;
Piuipsw, vV'erart'e M galia. Castello, Geoarai
l eylur, Mat I4aai.4, aasl Common.
('asetJMilkla Tssaaacs ss-Slahter' Black.
Fai, Congfe, Uioayoko. Braucb Sug, Plug, and
tsntoklatr. TbacC Cut and Dry,'
KautT ftvfP and Scoith.
Snull Bole. Ueiaaaat f-tisra, and a fancy aril
do ol Cigai casaa -all of whirh are offered at
ihe lowest rate. All kind of Produce taken in,
exchange, tail, aee, aad judge for yokisclve
beloie tut.di mi ing the articles.
A. J. PENNY,
Lewisburg, April 24, 1849
Ttrtf succese of Dr. Trask's Maeneiid
Ointment in curing Sore Eyes, is prove ib-
i-il. Ihnee who are not acquainted with
its use, will find on each bottle a pamphlet,'
Coii!aini:i; full d reciions.
A'-nls in Lew isburgi'hornton & Baker
NOTIO?. AND VARIETY STORE
n A VI N O tnki-n the new Drug Establishment
uf Schnffle Chambcrlin. I would res
pectfully announce t. say friend and the publis
that I have replenished my tock and will keep
constantly on hand a targe., fresh and weil selec
ted stock of pure Drags, Medicines dee. which I
offer at Wholesale sr.d Re ail. My stock being
entirely new and purchased for rash st low rates
n the Philad s market, I am enabled to sell at
loer price than ever oUered in this region
Druers, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Patent Med., Class,
Perfumery.Oils, Paints, Liquors,
Fancy Notions, Variety Goods,
Fruits, anil Confectionery,
with a large variety of other articles usually kept
in Drug eiMi.hnente. Thankful for past lib
eral patronage, I kope to merit it continuance. ,
Persons wishing to procure pure an J fresh
Me.ticii.es, are pattkalarly invited to give me a
call before purchasing elsewhere, as all Drug
are carefully inspected befisre offered for sale and.
all Medicine msnufaetureJ by myself are war
ranted good. Havicg a practical knowledge of
the baines from upwards of ten year experts
enre, I flatter mysell that I am a competent judge
of the same.
All order entrusted to me will be promptly
attended lo. and oiy friend may rely upon gel
ting everything ot ihe very best quality.
c. w . si lt rr uj, uiuggisi.
Lewis'urg. May 7. 1819
IlIiANKFt'L for liberal patronage heretofore
received, respectfully in.erm hi old friend
and the public generally that he has removed his
to the Basement of his Brick dwelling on Market
street, next door above C. Penny's saddlery (lale
he oiiice of H C Hickok, Esq) where he hope to
suit ail who may give him ihetr custom, as
he does all work in his line in the best and
newest style and on short notice. He his
the Fashions regularly, employs none but
good hands, and is determined to keep up'
with the times and merit a good share of
paronage. CUTTING? tfjne to order
Charges reasonable, and Produce taken iff
exchange for work
Ia-wislurg, Jjne, 1949 Iv270,7
Fane j Uood, Motions, .c.
T UST rece'd a large and spleodid assortment
nf Fancy Good each aa
Steel B.-ad Uld Pencils
Visaing Cud '
Clssp " Pena
- Chain 8ilver Pencil.
Bead Necklace Finger Ring
Ruff do Comb
- Case aatcbeU
Night fight Sruellng Bottles
Doll and Sleel Tweazeis
Doll heads Toy for
Card Cases Children
Port momee . Fancy Pipes)
Pocket Book Pen Knives
Fiddle Silk andTbread
Parlor Lamia. . Purses.
Together wilh a great variety of article not
mentioned in the above list, fur sale at t a new
Drug, Fancy and Variety store of
May 9 C W s-CH FFI C-
A lot (if 6x10 Window Sash, from I ha
cheap Manufactory of Sprout St Burrows,
on hand, and all sizes got to oider ou'
short notice. .
May, 1349 I G Lawshe'
THORNTON has reiHOTeT SiW
Medical Ollica to the Drug store of
Thornton Si Baker, next to WolKr Store.
FLOUR for sale by
IG Law she.
RYE Bra and Ship Stuff for sale by