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Fenmylvania Legislature 1850.
Ne w Members chirked wiiri'a V Whigs
Phitad. luhia City Benj Mathiat, Wm A
Philadelphia Countv Thoa S l-ernou,
Peleg B Savrry, Tho f 1 Forsyth
Montgomery Jo.hua Y Jone
Chester, Delaware Jne Brooke
Berks Uenrv A Muhlenberg-
Lancaster. Lebanon J Konigmachrr,
Monroe, Carbon, Schuylkill, Pike Cbas
Nonhamplon, Lehigh ronrad Shitner
8otqtiehanna, Wayne, Wyoming Ferris
Bradford, Tioga Jos W Gornsey
Lycoming, Clinton.Centre, Sullivan Wm
I.uierne, Columbia Valentine R-st
Northumberland, Dauphin Robt .V Frick
Cumberland, Perry R C Sierrett
Mifflin, Juniata. Uuinn J J Cunningham
Franklin, Adams If m B Sadler
Huntingdon, Bedford, Jl'err King
Armstrong, Indiana, Cambria, Clearfield
Wealmoreland, Somerset Uac ilugua
Fayette, Greene Maawell MVasItn
U'..k;nntnr limn V LoVTmtt
Allegheny, Butler Geo Dartie, Wm II
Beaver, Mercer Don'. Sankrtf
Cntwford, Venonc J Torter Braley
Erie John II Walker9
Warrert. Jefferson, Clarion, M'Kean.Elk
Borsc cr repiiesektatives.
Adams Danl M Smytrr
Allegheny Jonas R M'Clintock. Ilw
J?;rj, John Miller. R C Walker
Armstrong John S Rhey
BedfoH Jbn CWi.a. Sal Rolison
Beaver John Alitoii, Win Smith
Berks Danl Zerby, Wm ShafTuer. Aleir
S Feather. John'C Fn
Bradford Chan Stockwell, Jo C Pouell
Blair Cha E Kinkead
Butler' H B Brnteer
p.,. kit Hiram A WtUiatnt, San Flower
Crawford Pen; B David, Jin Innrd
Centre, Clear field John B Meek, Wm J
Cheater David J Bent, lohn .Icktr,
Join A Bower
Clunk! J; P Fnrtner
Cumberland Henry Church, Thorn C
Cambria Wm A Smith
Delewsre Jnme J Letri
Dauph'n Jo'in B Rutherford, Tho I rm-
E-ie James C Reid, hfrrt H-,rt
Franklin Wm liaktr. iohnM4sa
F.yelte Jas P Downer. Jo E Griffin
Greene Lewi Roberts
Huntingdon A nguiu K Comyn
Indiana William Evan
Jefferson, Clarion. Venango J.hn 8 M'
Calmoot. John Haattnits
Lebanon lohn W Killinger
Lehigh, Carbnn Robf Kloir, Saml Mar
Luzerne lohn A Conyngham, Andrew
UmuIm Andrew Wade, Lewi Hurf-
crd, Robt Baldwin, Jacob tA'ily, A
Lveoming, Clinton. Potter, Sullivan W m
Rrindle, Wm Dunn
Mfflin Alejander Gihhony
Montgomery David Evans. Wm T Mor
rison, Wm Henry
Mercer John lloge. Morris Leech
Northumberland John B Picker
Northampton. Monroe Ja M Porter, Mi
chael Myeit), John D Morris
Perry David Stewart
Philadelphia Citv Thai C Steele, Geo H
Hart. Cha O'Xeill, Jette R, Burden,
Philadelphia County Thos K Finletter.
Fayetle Pierson, Joe C Mollny, Wash
J Jackson, Richd Simpson, H Sou
der, Henry Huplet, Sylvester Cridland
Schuylkill Sichola Jones, W J Dobbins
Somerset Henry Little
8naquehanrta,Wyoming Siduey B Walls.
Tioga Jeremiah Black
Wellington Jonathan D Leet, Thomas
Wwrnwlind Harrison P Laird, Juhn F
M'CtiHoch. Joseph Guff v
Warren, M'Kean O VV Scnfi. ld
Wayee. Pike Thomas R Grior
Cnioo,Junistta-t Sliftrjohn M'Lattgh-
York Edmund Trone, J ictibS llaldeman.
AlaianJer C M'Curdy.
De-n. tnij, ua j.'.ut bailut,
Hovr to Preserve llealtb.
Medicine will never remedy bad habits.
1: is utterly I'j'ile to think of living in glut
i .py, intemperance, and every eccas, sod
k-ling the hody is health by ntrdiciite.
lt.Jjlgtn.-e of the appttiite, ud indicnmi
riitu diHinc nd drugging, have ruiii'd th
he d'h and deetmyed the lives of iimrc per
mix. tiwn (amine, aword and pe-lileiice. Il
you will take our advice, you will brcone
regular iwyour hnbi. eat and drink only
h 'tasime things, sleep on a mnttr-ss,snd
r.-tir. and rise very regularly. M.ike a free
use of water to-purKf the sftm.aittf hn
s,( L take counsel of the best hyiffiMvy..tr
know, and follow nature.
M jlaichly K"-maw sh'V f
:ka ago; viviled Gravi, a smwtl town
-..rrw ten mile south-wet of S:.L .ui-i.f-iUfid
tiier no Wise lhw twenty five i.,tHut b.i
4.J girl wbfsw pave hJ oVd of ch,W
ts They were all nathered iwo thr ie.
ling of benevolent gen'te". "aowrl
Si, ,.imiWrby whom they wsev (B-aerou..
Tbe intelligence by the Europa, ia one
meek later. The English papers are full
of rumors, tit rJmicm to the difficulty be
tween Russia and Turkey. The reply of
Nichulas had not reached Constantinople,
but was ei peeled by the 12ih of October.
A lhrge fleet of steamers was collecting in
the hsibor of the Golden Hon. Twelve
ships of the line fully equipped, were at an
chor in the neighborhood of Black Sea. A
Turkish army of a hundred thousand men
had been gathered around the Capital, and
diilU and reviews were in constant prog
ress. A letter states that before entering
the territory of the Sultan, Kossuth and his
cumpaniou were assured of a welcome,
with the liberty of proceeding to any part
of the world. A number of refugees had
been put on board American vessels and a
French steamer, destined, il id said, for
The report from Widden is, that Bern
and some of the other refugees had embra
ced Islamism, while Kossuth aud the other
leaders avowed that no inducement could
ins lie thetn arjostntize. Some of the Pa-
chalics on the borders of Turkey, had ma
nifested a disposition to take advantage of
troiiti with K.imta. ana revolt, me
li rli.h Riivernment had sent a note to its
Ambassador at St. Petersburg, cooched in
kindlv but firm lanuuiiL'e. announcing a
determination to sustain the Porte. Lord
Palmerston had sent like instructions to
the Brittish Minister at Const, n inpl- ,nd
placed the Mediterranean fleet at lilsaispo
sal. France, it is said, is acting with Eng
land in this matter.
The Pope will probably remain at Na
pies during a portion of the winter. Gar
ribaidi h .s re-en orf-n-d a tost in the Moo
teviden Navy, which he will proba!y v .
enpt. A Ibr.r.i lable conspiracy was lately
.t..-niiered at Piedmont. Tiie":renorted as
aina'iinof G-orgy is eonindicted. The
-urren Ii r ol I' unorn t conlirmen. i ne
Cholera was shniitii in England. Tw
London M uiey Market is still easy. The
Cotton nwrkeu excited wuh an a Nance of
prices. More firmness in the Grain m-ir-kets.
New York, Oct 2. 1849.
Yesterday afternoon the Mayor, on be-
h-ilt i f ilfCniiimon Ctuiiril. presented to
I the tenth reii:iieni of lie first division ot
he New York S nte militia, a new and
beautiful s'awl cf colors, which cost ahout
$400, one of which bore the Arms of the
ritv. and the other those of the State.
The Mtor M-nt in to the Common
'"ouni-il last evening a communication from
Mr. Vaitemitre, offering ano'her dona'ion
from the city of Paris of several valuable
works on science, commerce and the arts.
The communication was appropriately re
ferred. The entire force of the fire department at
present is eighteen hundred men, who have
charge of 29 engines, 42 h -so carts, and
7 hook and ladder trucks.
Messrs. Bradly, SiUby and Line, des
tined for the American Missionary Associ
ation's mission at B tokok, in the kingdom
of Stain, sailed to-day, with their wives and
cbildreu, in the brig Einaui.
Over a hundred Irich immigrants left
this port yesterday fur their native land.
They did not meet with the success they had
expected here.and after six months sojourn
bde adieu the R' ftibii' and went back to
R . Mr.Dore, of Ireland, sailed for home
yesterday, to return soon with large
number of his countrymen for whom
he has purchased twenty thousand acres
of land in Cattarauuus coutity in this
State. Two dollars per acre was paid lor
the tract, which will lie immediately occu
pied. Montreal, Oct. 29.
Quite a serious disturbance took place at
tbe Alteration Meeting held in Quebec on
Saturday. The meeting was.calltd at the
Parliament Buildings. When it became
evident tlvit the Anti-Annexationists would
attack the meeting, the aid of the Mayor
wasi nvnked, but he refused to attend.
The meeting subsequently adjourned to
the St. George s Hotel, when the assai
lants made an attack, but were driven off.
In the midst ni the excitement some persons
went to the house of Mr. Cauct on, M. P.
for M mtmorenci, and an Anti-Annexation-ist,
and after breaking the windows, re
tired. Tlie Hon. Mr. Gall, member ol Parlia
ment for Sherbrook, has declared in favor
of Annexation. The wealthiest and most
influential ci'izens in Qiebec have signed
the Annr mtion Minif'esto.
The excitement in M mrea! is on tho
increase, and is now intern.
Seizure at New Yoik. The Dry G jo's
Reporter states that suspicion have been
cn'ertsined lor some time that parties in
that city were defrauding the Government
bv fraudulent invoiecs.in tho entry of cloth.
Officers have been ferrettingout the rogue.
ry, an I during the week several invoices
have bern H.tuinel. and about 5,000
worth of t kith seized, which were invoiced
from forty :o ten per cent below their (air
We learn from the Mil er' Journal that
keveral extensive celeries in the Schuylkill
region were closed last week, the proprie
tors beinit unable to dispose nf their coal,
except at a fcna. 1'he total shipments by
railroad and canal this year, are 1,810.465
tons, being 116,078 tons less lhn last
year to The same date.
IJBWISBUltG CIIUONICL.K AND WEST BRANCH FAK3I
Yesterday, at X o'clock in the afternoon.
the missionaries nf the American Mission
ary Association, destined for Bangkok, in
tbe kingdom of Siam Messrs Bradley,
Silsby and Lane sailed with their wives
and children in the brig Ernani, from tho
foot of Warren street. Belore their de
parture, therr frieads, and the friends ol
missi ons, joined them in farewell religious
exercises on tbe uuarter deck. There was
a large number of ladies present, and some
clergymen, besides a crowd collected
around the vessel on the warf. The ser
vices were opened with a hymn, in which
the idea of bidding farewell to native land
and home, in far heathen lands to dwell,
was most pathetically expressed. KtV.
Dr. Lansing, of Brooklyn, then briefly ad
dressed the audience. He said the field
was described in scripture to be the world,
and the missionaries of the Christian church
were the laborers. The question was in
what part of the field the Lord of tha har
vest would be best served, no matter what
were the difficulties ia the way ; and he
was truly happy to address them on the
present occasion, when he saw men ready
to My themselves on the altar of God,
without reference to the hardness of liie
task. He feared they had fallen on times
when this spirit was rare, and there was
but little disposition among clergy or laity
to devote themselves to the conversion of
the heathen. But every Christian, h iving
consecrated soul and body to Go J, ought
to have no hesitation about the sacrifice nf
lesser things than these. A lady had
said to him a few minutes ago, that to
those who were embarking on so distant a
voyage in that small vessel, the dangers
were very great, aud that ibey were going
to a strange land. His reply was, that
everywhere was God's home, and that the
Christian was, therefore, always at home ;
being merely changed by distance and
clime, from one department of it to an
other ; udJ his Almighty arm was as able
to undcrgird that little bark as ii it was an
iron vessel ten times the size. He would
therefore say to those brothers aud sisters
who were taking their lives in their hands
and giving themselves up to God, ''Let not
your hearts be troubled ; in my Father's
house are many mansions; and if I go
away, " said Christ, " I will come to you
again." Jesus' would come for them all
in a little while, and the first time they
would have an idea f what reality was,
would be when they came to eternity, for
all was visionary here below. It was faith
only that enabled them to take hold of that
reality which they would fully enjoy here
after. He would, therfore, aay, in part
ing, to those brothers and sisters, " have
faith have faith 2" Rev. Henry Chee ver
then prayed for the success ol mission
that many souls migiil be saved from des
truction by it, and that the sailors on board
the vessel might be the first fruits of the
labors of their brethren. Another hymn,
suitable for the o-'casion, concluded the
service, when the Rev. Mr. Leavitt, editor
of the Independent, pronounced the bene
diction. The missionaries and their wives
then took a final leave of their friends, and
the scene was affecting. Religious enthu
siasm, however, appeared to nerve them to
every sacrifice. A considerable number
of persons watched the sailing of the brig,
as she ha the reputation of being the fast
est sailer in the world, and is a beautiful
craft. She won, sometime ago, a Inh
prize in the Mediterranean ; aud she would
have gone on the Cuban expedition, bad
not a premature explosion taken place.
She has now gone nn a very different mis
sion. AT. Y. Paper.
Emancipation in Kentucky. The Lou
isville Examiner has an article in relation
to the strength of emancipation in Ken
tucky. A careful examination of the re
turns ol tbe late election in that Stale,
shows that in twenty-four counties, eman
cipation candidates for the convention
were run, and they received in the aggre
gate 10,192 votes, averaging 347 to the
county, after excluding Louisville. Upon
this date, there are now in Kentucky over
35,000 emancipationists. The Examiner
closes its article by saying that " in view
ol such evidences of the strength of emnn
cipation sentiments in the State, the Con
vention wi'i hardly venture to extend the
tenure of Slavery.
They talk of consolidating the city and
county of Philadelphia. Sectional jealou
sies lead to a lukeward performance of
duty on the part of the police'authorities.
Several serious riots have taken place, and
the offenders have not been brought to
justice, because the city police and district
police are engaged in discussing a question
of juiisdiction. They want somebody to
' I'll lake the responsibility."
Father Matthew finished his labors at
New Haven on Friday, and after perform
ance of the Mass, delivered an address, di
rected particularly to Irishmen, which was
marked by the customary sound sense and
hearty truthfulness of the Temperance
Apos'le. He neat visits Worcester and
Jacob S. Gnllahnr was appointed Third
Auditor of the Treasury, in place of Peter
I Wrier, removed.
Wednesday Afternoon, Oct. 31.
.Another Town Property for sale
a Poetical Mercantile advertisement and
Dr. Swayne's celebrated Medicines, re
duly set before the public in this paper.
New counterfeit $5 on the Harrisburg
Rank have appeared in Philad. They are
bsdly executed, marked letter " A," dated
Mifh 1, 1819
The Delaware City Bank has been run,
but sustains itself thus far.
The Phila. Agent of the Snsq. Co. Bank
refused, Saturday last, to redeem its notes.
We will take Susq. money on new sub
scriptions for one week to come, anyhow.
fc-Battalion-day at New Berlin.Friday
last, was rather a pleasant show, consider
ing that Militia Trainings are no longer
required. Nearly 200 members of various
Uniformed Companies paraded, and were
drilled by Brig. lusp. Simootou, Colonels
MiHdleswarth and Kmmit, Maj. Mtddles-
wsrth. and others. The new "Guards" of
Lewisburg. attracted much attention, and
with the Lewisburg Infantry and the New
Berlin Company were decidedly on the No
I list, in every respect desirable. Ginger
bread suffered ss usualsome become dis
gracefully, bru'ally iiiehria'.ed and in
most respects i' was as much of a battal
ion" as if Ihe "bulwark" itself had turned
out and the Organ's crony had been there
with his "sixpence" to treat. And by the
way, (shaking of "treat inn") p bad al-
mo6t forgotten the modern S unstitati's last
four column reply, !it will endeavor to do
it justice next week, in shorter metre.
CO"The Democratic party has no abler
or more energetic advocate and defender,
than the Journal whose Terms we copy-
below. As n Literary, Business and News
organ also. The Pennsylvanian stands in
the first rank of American pipers. From
its party it certainly earns a 'tirogrcssiven
Is puhlished by flstn.T"N, Fornky &
Co. at No. 97, Chesnut St. Philadelphia.
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Advertisements inserted on the usual
From an Occasional Correspondent.
During the rearrangement ol the Judicial
Districts of the State, last winter, I recol
lect one of " the City papers' the papers
to furnish newt to the country,' grave
ly stated that the Judicial District over
which Hon. Horace Wjllmtoo presides,was
" the lightett' in the State. W hile pass
ing thro a part of this trifling little ter
ritory, I am tempted to take some notice
of it. It is composed, ia brief, of four
counties Bradford, Tioga, Potter, and
M'Kean counties which embrace a sec
tion of country abont two hundred mile
in length by thirty in breadth, and filled by
a population as litigious as any other in
the State. Not that ihry are quarrelsome,
but, as the country is comparatively new,
land titlea are unsettled, the population
(a heterogeneus mass, but principally
Yankees; h ve not as well learned to give
" credit to whom credit'' belongs as in
more established communities, and the pre
vailing and precarious business of lumber
ing renders monetary affairs subject to
many fluctuations. Most, if not all these
counties, therefore, in addition to their re
gular Quarter Sessions business, have
many and curious suits appealed from the
Justices decision ; and in Bradford, the
County Courts are usually two to three
weeks in session, exclusiwof extras. Sow
compare this large Dt J with that of
the single, settled, weHKbrdered District
composed of the city and county of Lan
caster or Berks or York and Adams
or Union and Mifflin, and you will see that
instead of the light til, this is probably the
heavitit Judicial District in ihe Slate. ,.
Brad lord is destined to be one ol the
most important counties in Pennsylvania,
if its fast progresses size and locationind
the energy of its inhabitants are fair crite
rions to judge by. Its position is peculiar
ly commanding. It contain an aiea 1170
square miles. There are three counties in
the State, only, which contain more terri
tory ; those have but a few square miles
over, and are much more moutainous.
Lying on both sides the North Branch,
with its numerous tributaries, the Wyalu
sing, Wysaukingr Wappasening, Durell,
Towanda, South, Bent ley S, Sugar, and
other smaller creeks, it ia exceedingly well
watered. ' The surface of th county is
rolling, there being no mountains worth
naming, (but some remarkable tall hills U
and neatly the whole area is fit for pasture
or tillage. The soil is said 10 be mostly ol
saudstrone origin.with occasional slate and
shale tracts, and small quantities of lime
stone. Good crops can be raised with pro
per cultivation. As lumbering decreases,
Agriculture advances. Biluniious coal, iron
ore,nd fire-brick ctay, are found among
its valuable minerals.
In .population, Bradford has increased
very rapidly, as will oe seen by reference
to facts. It was organized, with a sparse
population, in 1810, not forty years ago.
lis populaiiou numbered
. 18 JO (.MliinaUd) 2WMMJ I
tuJ4 from mUtl 41.646
- v ' ,
Ckn..,,., an mwraun increase ol about
ONE THOUSAND PEK YEAR fir
thinv vears naat. Bradford poUed nearly
7000 votes, last fall, and this season was
the firt county to pay her quota ol oiatc
The completion of the North Branch
Canal through th centre, the Wysauking
dt Wappasening Plank Koad in the east,
aud Williamsport il t-Jmira isau n.ouu iu
the west ofBradlord, will give il additional
starts in the race of improvement. In times
. - r- . i . .
past, elorts tor a division oi me county,
have been made without effect.
The county seat is central, upon the ri
ver, and the erection of a $20,000 Court
Heuie will probably fix the county business
at Towanda for many years. This Court
House appears rather more imposing' than
any in Northern or Central Pennsylvania.
It is ol brick, the first story comprising the
Jail.the second the Couoty Oflices,nd the
third the Court-Room, a lofty apartment,
with a gallery opposite the Judges' bench.
It was not quite finished when we passed
through, aud its j;enetal effect and utility
had not been tetted,
C. L- Ward E-q., hn recently erected
a lare Public House on the site of the
old " Eagle," which in its anpearai.ee, and
ln m the taste, the ability, and tbe enter
prise of its Proprietor, 1 venture to perdirt
will le the firgt tavern at.ind in N inherit
Pm.H. ii is called the " Ward llou-e,'
and kepi by P. C. Ward ii B-ildwin-There
are other elegant brick ed;fics j-it
erected and altogether, Towanda i
worthy of its station us the ccnteral influ
ence of Bradford.
The largest Son of Temperance in the
World, is Hubert Hales the American Gi
tint, uow exhibiting at Barnum's M iseum.
I'hila. He was initiated into Chrystul Fount
Diviaion,Phil.,about two weeks ago. IIes
On Monday last Penn. State 5's rose to
; in consequence, it is said, owing to
the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund
having lately made fuither purchases. Gitd
'o hear such good news.
: Judge Hart, of Cincinnatti, lately caused
the crin inal box" to be taken out of the
Court, on the ground t!:at no man need be
disgraced before he is found guilty of crime
Truly a wi'-e leei-ion.
The National Intelligencer of Friday
learns officially that Walter Forward.Esq-,
of I'crinvySvnnia, has heea appointed Solic
of the Treasury in the place of R. H. Gil
Corrected this day
Flaxseed . . . .
t'loveiseed . . .
Tullow . .
On the 18th iust., by Rev. J. G. Anspacb,
CaaisTiAa Mossca, senior editor of the "Demo
crat," New Berlin, and Miss Am ilia Dobutsv
Clotilda, daughter of Dr. A. G. Dornberg, of
On the 1 lib inat., by Rev. J. Edminster, Wis.
liam Swisaia and Miss Elizabeth Lobsk;
anJ on tbe S7th, bv the same, Naac Wbippls
and Miss Mabsabet Jss Hitches all of
In Belleville, Mifflin county, on Sunday,
October 14th, Mrs. Agnes BtxL.in the fid
year of her age. She was born February
4, 1778, at or near Derrstown, (now Lew
isburg,) Union county, where Iter father
had been one of the first settlers. She
made a profession of religion in early lite,
and was for at least fifty years a commun
icant in the Presbyterian church. . Of her
t lev en children ten survive, of whom sev
en were gathered around her dying bed.
Mrs. Bell was a kind mother, an obliging
neighbor, and a cheerful christian. Lew
istovn Gazette. ,
In Pittsburg, 25th inst. Rev. John Black,
D D., in his 82d year. He was the lather
of ihe gallant t'ol. Saml W. Black, and his
memory will be revered by thousands.
In Bellefonte, on the I9ih inst., Mrs.
Elizabeth Mpsser, wife of Wm. L Mus
ser. Sheriff ( Centre Co., aged 2f years.
At York, Pa-, on the 1 0th inst.,Rev.Dr.
CaTHCAiT, aged 90 years and 1 1 months.
IT1RBSI1 Corn-Meal for sale by
; , Oct 31 ." IGL
Appointment by' the governor Geo
Frysinger, F., EditorV the Leistown
Gazette, t be iNotary rooiic, vice n. j-
W alters, Esq.. E litor of lb Trua) Demo-
crat. ' - '
HEAR, HI A!l, HEAR!
11HE Summer is over, anJ sn is the Election,
Our Crops have lo-.a btfuneJ in the greaat
" periectton, i ' I ; 1 "1 ' f "
OM Winter ieeoniinc wfh it f!ii eh
Let's sing snd be merry, W:'s tauijh and grow fat. j
Taking all things into consideration, lhi is a
ureal count'V. snd rroitir.c. We hae been to
the City ai.J made our FALL AXD WINTER
SELECTIONS OF GOODS, with gr.t care
both as to quality and price and are ready with
A bow to kind patrnna a smile for you alt,
While shoulder to shoulder we puah on the ba'l ;
We fling oat our banner, and raife the war-cry.
For Kevllia it Rcber will never eay dir.
Our stork is the large! and aetection the bet
Of Goods now ofleied Norlb,South,Eait or West,
And cheaper by fur as you II certainly Cud
If you'll gi ua a call and make up your mind.
Yes life's spicy odor (vaaiirt) sleeps
In oar cellar well filled and on counters in heaps ;
We n fine Clot ha, and Vesting, and Caskimeres
Of every pattern and atyle nice ami new, too.
W e have goods Iimu liiu Indies, trout Unions ami
And our own noble Nation to close op tba raiika.
While all ihe tt eeterat t' aJorn Woman-kind
In our DRY GOODS a eonmeDt you're likely
lo find; -
Bol if it be GROCERIES you ardently wind.
We have Sugar, Tea, Cotfee, Melaaaen and Fih,
Tiibacco, &p, Candles, Cloves, (finger, AUpice,
Saltpeter, ground Alum. Black le r aud Kiev.
We've Qt'EENS and HARDWARE we can't
say what mora.
But everything neeoed is found at our Store.
In exchange for all thtwe, as sure as yoo'es bora
We'll uke Cah or W heat, Oats, Iron, or Corn ;
No doubt we Can auit ynu, we aurely will try.
See our goods snd our price", yuu'll certainly buy.
Highly gratifi 'd wi'h the patronage heret.frr
extrmtrtl, we ahall ei.d-avr lo merit its continu
ance. NEVU S & REBER.
Lraiabnra:, Oct. M, 1849
For Sale Cheap.
FULL Lot. on North Fourth S-reet,
JIL on which is a two storey
....... - - - . v j 'v.. i , n w . T
with a good Cellar under i a asgs
Frame biable. 16 bv '10 an out
Kitchen, end o'her out buildings now
occupied by Gbohob Fkcai. Inquire of
DAVID REBER, Agent.
Iywishorg, O -t. 31,
Dr. Sir ay ne's CclrUated Family MeJi-
ctiRK i-oi tows eras !
Mre Prow's c'- the Effaey of
rofP'.r! Tner oe
The Original mid (Genuine Yrtparatlon !
Cmigha. CuMs. ."lhini. Itnnchitin, Liver Com
plaint. -fitting ttio Hi.thiticully ol Breathing,
piiin in tlie Miile ami Itres'. palettsti is
os ttie Hrarl, Influrnza.Croup.bro
ken t'ootiluttn.sore Throit,
Kcivous I'chilitv.anJ all
disease of Throat.
the mtk-t elT.e.
' tual and sjieedy euro
knonn fur any of the
above diseaM'S is
Dr. Swavne's compound Syrup
of Wild Cherrj.
John Milion Earle, editor of ihe Worcester
Spy, Mm, was attacked with a severe inftcna
lion of tbejui'gi, accompanied viih a diftrewing
enugh : at'ter using various other remedies with
little s? no henr6t, by the use of one bottle ot Dr
Hwayne's Compound 8yrop of Wild Cherry, he
was restored t perteet health.
Wm. Montetius. a respecuble merchant of 8t
Clair, Schuylkill county, writes, Jan 30, 1849 :
-Enclosed I send you a certificate of Wm. Beau
mont, a citizen nf our town. Hie ease of Cons
umption i well known herejnd or long standing;
he attributes his cure entirely to your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cherry."
Be not deceived by the many apurioos and
worthless preparations of Wild Cherrv, nshrred
iuto notice by ignorant pretenders, bat sea that
the signature of Dr. Saayns is upon each bottle,
which ia the only guarantee against imposition.
Remember f the genuine preparation of Wild
Cherry ie prepared only by Dr Swavss, N W
corner of Eighth and Race streets, Philad'a
Swayne's celebrated Vermifuge,
"A Safe and Effectual Remedy for Worms, Dys.
pefsia. Cholera Morbus, sickly or dyspeptic
Children or Adults,and Ihe mcxt useful' Family
Medicine aver offered to the public'
This remedy ia one thai has proved successful
for a long lime, and is universally acknowledged
bv all who have tried it to be far luptriur (bring
so very prPanant to the lane, at Ihe Sanaa lime
effectual) to any other medicine ever employed in
diseases lor which it is reeommenJed. It nm
only destroys worms, but it invigorates the whole
system. Il ia harmleaa ia its enectsMd the health
of tbe pstirnt b always improved by iu uae.avea
when no worrae are discovered.
Zj-Beware nf 3tUtaket. Remember Dr S'
Vermifuge is now pui up in souore lutllet (hav.
ing recently been changed) covered by a beautiful
wrapper, steel engraving, with the portrait of Dr
8ayn thereon engraved. Bear this in mind,
and be not deceived.
DR. SW AYAE'8 SOAB COATED BARS V
PARILLA AN D EXTRACT Of TAR PILL
Tha TirttlMI tit lhM It i I Id Aaan Ka r.s.u:.ia-J
a- X r v
only by I hose who have oasd theas. They are
ua-u iu Bwiat aaturv in carrying on mortau
maltv. nlMlni.tiAii. Smm.mtw n .1. 1 I . I
....... , V. iw UP.V. UC
They are a gsntls and elfactive purgatl.. correct
alt tba functions of the liver, and as an alterative
ia dropaical affections ihey are very valuable and
ehould be in every family. They have an oulaide
enlina nf imim WIaIim Ku ah.Ml.. .
-- 1 -- - .j ..njimai
disagreeable to tavte or smell is entirely removed
withotrt in tbe least afTorting the eicrllent quali
ties of ihe medicine. Remember f they are now
pal op in botes turned out of the solid wood,
covered with a red label bearing ihe signature of
Dr wayne: none other is genuine.
The above valuable Medicine are pre
pared only by Dr. S WAYNE, N W corner of
Eighth and Race elreets, Philadelphia,
Agents for Union G unty, Pa.
C W SehafhV, and Thornton & Baker,Leihurg
J SeebnU and N -..IB Mcncb. .Mil!er,burg
Mos8pechl. Beavertowni Will A Etlert. Uanletun
D J Bover. Cmumitlo
aml llaupt do
D rtchnure JSelinagr'vr
D Smith Ma-nt'. V.IU.
- It V.t
aud l-y Bloieksept'is generally 1S30
DR. M'LANE'S LIVER PILLS !.'
This great remedy for disrate of'iha
Liver, is of much older date than its intro
duction to the public Its discoverer, oe
ol the first physicians in this country, used
it for vears in his practice, before be ever
announced it to the worlJ. The esu'.encs
nf so many quack remedies, heraldrd as
p isscssing the most marvelous qualities rur
heal nit a I disesses. disgusted an accom
plished and well educated physician, ht
naturally fell some dread of being confoun
ded with the crowd of pretenders to the
medical art, whose'ijpstrums were paraded
in every newspaper a sovrein rvmed.se
for all the ills that fbjxh is heir to. The
representation: of those to whom hs pills
had given relief, however, and tho urgent
solicitations by physicians with whom he
had associated in his practice.and who hid
witnessed the wonderful cures effected be
his remedy, at length induced him to make
it public. For sale at the
AGENTS--C WScBAFfll. Lfoiel.urv; n
J Pheafer, Mihon ; I Gihari, 8olin.;roTr; J Ur
Friling, Bunburv ; Mrs M'Cay, Piortbna'wrUad
M C Grim. J Moore, Danville
The Lewisburg Eating-House,
UNDER the management of J.M'Fsdd.a
is removed into the baeiu d: ci
the large brick house on the cornpr from
Gen.Green's, Market St. Lewisburg, htt
the public cau be acc wiiHoJjteJ with Ilia
Fried, Slewed, R tasted, or io the She!!
TRIPE done un in the hest xlvte Piu,'
Feel Bread. Pies, Cakes, Nuts, Candy,
The public mav'rest assurrd that the
eating-house shail he kept clean and ord
erly, and small tosau.i rowdies not ha
permitted to kI here. 1S strxt a tentum
to the wants of the public in our line, we
hope to receive a share of its palnnsje.
J. MTAWJJI.'M -il) & tM
N B. After the 1st f Nov., I t
can be supplied with ()y iters in :r-T ,-,c:
tv the hundred. tmW-hoiidn d,
Lewisburg, O !. l S : )
ENGLISH and G.-rtmn At.Mv.ir f,r
sale by ti La,';
Dr. John Locke,
SrRnEONiDENTIST, rertful!y inrrr,
his frirndi. andtlie ublic in K'liers!, thai
he haa concl-.ded t i nuke I J"wit u'n l.t rm
nerit place of reKlei:ce. Dr.BL thaa Vikrn rjT.
on Market Square, first diss? bel'iw tbe Pni.iir.i
UtTire, whirh he will have fitted up ti'nyrritU in
bv the 1st Nov. ii II. Re.'Jrucr un Th.rl Si
with Mr J-.bn Paul.
Dr. Lecke i a n-eu'ar gra.'ute of the Biti
more Cehea- of !ei.tat buigrrv. bes'des aht
qualifiratii n he lie bad the advantage ot i"
years eiperien'-e i t ihe practice f his profeM"'i
in Prnn-j Ivania. thie. Illmoia, WiivonMu, uJ
tbe city ol B.! tmore. Mil.
Dr. L. tale all the J lU'naU ef tt-.e day whi h
contain new and usetul infHiMst.in rn ihv ln
of his profeaeion ; and from bis arrangemrii
with the let manufacturer of Irrth. gM '.
ecc wi!la!wB)S krpon hand forthr arcumm..
dalinn of his culojifra Ihe very beat quality f
ell (he snalrriil a-od in hi burHus.
Peraons wishing Dental operations prrfarmnl.
will find i' to llieir advanuge to give tisi a call,
s he U determined not to be eurputrd n '
hrautv and duratilitv f hi' operations !.j tni ot.'.
LewislmrK. Oct. 17, 1819.
rIIE substri! rs gtve notice that tb
have entered into a Copartnership lur
carry ine o the
at the former stand of Christ & rioter, an
they intend to make an i keep on hand s
kinds of Castings, Stoves, Ploughs. 3i
reqtiired in this region. Orders fr w
executed with despntch.
LEVI B. CHRIST.
JAt KS). M,FADI:
Lewisburg. Sept. ti, 1849
WH. C. STEWART, jX
I ATE of Philadelphia, is now l.witel n
J Marki I ft reel, lwiabnrg. opposite Mr. J
Schreyer's store, where ho attenua to opfraimn
on lha teeth at a reduruvn of bis former p'k-o
Teeth and nuu ; teeth removed with ttie atJ f
improved Instrument, and in an easy mann
Filling leeth anil setting on pivots or plate atteo
ded lo according to ihe latest impr-xenenta is ta
profeaaion Ulceraled, spungy, and mrlamed go"
cured. Thanklul lor past lavois. be ivluuv
continuance of poblic patronage No lap'
materials used ft fillings in leeth. 1)
at the old stand.
HECER Q IDDiiIGS
VRE now rereiving at their old anJ '
known stand on Market s'reet a
aud welt selected assortment of
Fall and Winter
comprising the usual vatiet0'r
HARDWARE and QUEENSW
Salt, Fish. NaiK
Our Goods are warranted to be eb?
as ihe cheapest, and ood as the Hi"
new or old. Thankful for past strou
of friends, we ask for a continuant a
tl eir favors ; and new comers snJ t',0'
ers we respectfully invite to
Call and Sec!
tiEliEll & IDDINiA
L wist org. Ort. 10. 1049