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VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
TOR 84rE.Publlc wr Private.
f I'tHE'stib'scriber will expos to public Mile
' fif riot before disposed or privately) on
Tuesday, 26th Dec. next, r
at" itfra'ctock,- A.M., the premises now oc
cupied by him. on north Fourth street , one
square from (he Miin street, marked on the
Town Plot as HALF LOT No. 192 on
which is a two-storey Frame
House, 34 feet front by 28 d.p. ffj7
pu or pki a nsro hit a autip
and will rait for an kind of CIlTice or
bop.;"sUo a lares Mtabla. a Woodshed, Hog
Stable, ami iirtnnrr outbuilding.,, with a
naver-railing Wall of good water, and a Pump in
Iba bark building and a finer n and Kumin the1
yard. All indisputable title. Slid poaawssion given
00 the 1st of April, 19S0.
Also offered as above. LOT No. 277.
euimproved. lying irnntetlistely of iba fore
(oing, and fronting on Fifth street.
Persona wishing can view the properly at any
time. Term further specifitsl mi ih d ivof sale.
LawUborg. No. 1, 1019
For Sale Cbeap.
4 FtJLL lM. on North Fourth S'rec
J on which is a two storey
Frame House,, 16 by 33 lift, ffgj
with 'a good Celar under'i' a lilfi
FravT.e Suable. 16 by 20 an out
Kitchen, and other oui-buiidnits now
occupied by Gaoiter Fur an Inquire of
DAVID RI'.liER, Agent.
lwihurg, Oet. 31,1549
T"OR S I.K Thn subscriber tuTr-re Ins
V home in the Birougti of liaburg,
. , .- r a.'. . .1
situated at tne intersection oi o.. nwivmy
. J I?. ...iL .. 1 1 j i nmiii run it I
no ruvr.ii ancmo aia na. aa.on. ..-
7 iroin r. , . . . .-- e
I- a Dl:i.. :.. ... l'.a-:l.
mu crie. i rar aweiiing-nnurc m irgc
Two story frame, with a new frumc burn !
and other urceasary eu'bml.!ina The I
I mi! comprises 6 Acre and 60 perches, )
II in a high stale of cultivation. There
TV a variety of choice Fruit Trees on the
place also never-failing well of water,
it ia well situated for pof'e business of
any kind the lind will support n small j
ram.lv, or ran be laid out into village lots
Lewishurg, Oct. 6. 1840
m SALE-3 iWm,
SITUATE! in Kelly lowm-hip. I'nion
county, Pa., 41 miles from Lewisburg,
(the seat oi" the new University.) Tho farm
of which lfiO acre are cleared
and in argood slate olVultival ion. largr
proportion brt'.i.'ftestone land. AS respect
Jkaler and' meadow; rrer laroi has rare ad
vantage, there being on iraeverM never
lulling Pprines. and a stream running thru'
As eenti r affording facilities by which stock
ean be watered in every field. In good
trtons, 40 to 60 tons cm be cut from ihe
J..-I meadow iand. The House and
V X - r
TV.t. oirn are iranK., mr
uttS' r Utter nearly new, and
""well finished: TherP ia
Ho a Tenant House, and nil the
nuT- buildtng apwrtaining to a farm Uo
.an I'fcnaM wnn a variety oj gouu rnnu
The above Farm is oflered in whole or
In pmt'to EUfprfreffasrF, and a portion ot
the purchase rWrtfly may remain secured
ty the premises-
WW. H. 8II.-BV.
KODEKI HAVKH. ElwtM'
of the estate of Uriah SiLsnv, dec'J.
Klly, Union Co., Sepi. t. I89
fPHE subscribers huve associated under
J. tlie Firm of .
S. Ct J. WOLFE,
frjthe purpose of carrying on a
Wholesale Grocery and General
CoiimiisMoii and Forwarding
tt!wr. ,ibeil advai.ees will lie made
nr alfkiftd of Count rv Produce. Place
f business, new Warehouse on the Wharf
iiuiiie jAittHy below the It.idjje,
JM.N AIM N WOl.FE.
lwisb.ir!i. P- Aug. 7, 1819.
Stitwrior Cot king Siovt-s.
The subs i.liers have rtrt hand the Etna
Alr-Tight Cooking Stove, a
Wood or t 4al. Tlrese Stoves i
to aiivtliuiir of the kind ever off. red in the
couinrv, and iil be fold at reasnnab'e
pri. ev.' S. & J. WOLFU.
Lewi.burj:. S j,' 10. l19
300 .cks -rouud Alum Salt,
50 oV tine do
I (Ml llh. Sa4na do
For ante, wHolesaile or retail, lav
S. pt 10 S V J Wolte
Tiie sola-enUer have i'lst ree'd fresh
.itv ..i CObTEE. SUUA'R, MOL
JSiE& otc wliuh llrey will ell ut a
very small advnuce on cost.
A J Wolle
Tlse AtbaiitJ Jtrgu consider the Bran
dretk Piila wejl worthy il eont-ivmre i4
rhs- u:bic Tlwi the principle on which
tf.t1 tlli dusassi is the me aa that of
Lemy l Tan and 8di naux of tierma
nr. That all ihe variety of disease pro
t-ved from, or are nearly allied to dii-orders
f Ihe slomsich and oowt ls, and that by
4a.sjrrg vtiexe fv-ntedies which restore tn
jsjajftb llaeso imfoi1ant organs lite disease
awill vanndl. Tiie Braodieth medicu.i
prowls carry out ' inqs.rtant prin
!i,.!e. We he besrJ them sir.mgly re
coinrnenried. Tire gwiue p!l for sale b J. "-P
oX a-eut foi Lciburg. L?u '3
The Bank Flare-aa.
As a great excitement was occasioned in
this place on Monday morning last by the
startling announcement that the Susque
nanna County Dank had stopped payment,
which excitement appears to be still pre
vailing throughout the country, it may be
expected tbat a paper published in the same
village should at lead register the occur
rence and give the public some information
concerning it. All we can say about it
this week however,' from mere hearsay
that a run having been made upon it in
Aw Vork the latter part or last wcck.aod
its redeeming funds having been'exhausted
in that city,'8orhe Brokers or their agents
hastened here and made such a demand as
to cause payment to be stopped hero also.
Whether this suspension is to be merely
temporary, and the notes of the Bank in
circulation are to be ultimately redeemed,
as the opinion is expressed by some of our
citizens, (and which we can not but hope
for the sake of a large portion'nf our com
munity who must otherwise suffer materi
ally,) or whether this is to bo a te-tola!
smash u; we are posi'.ively tho' lit;'e ac
quainted with ihV affairs of the Bank and
tho nature of its difficulties to snv at present.
No"? knowing, therefore, who,' if any
brtdy amctig-us is to hlamo for this occur-.-ance,
we forbear at present any attempt
to enlighten th public which might have a
JetiuWicy to cast undeserved censure upon
individuals, and muiit await future develop-
merits before we can sty any thing further
bout it. In the meantime we repeat the
nope expressed by othere who know more
! about it, tlisit.' it Will survive the present I
t ' '
nHn;,. Bs ha!l oll,.nMie rtorniPr tempests
a' rcasi so .-r as to redeem its liabilities and
hield the holders of ,tsn..: lro.il ultimate
. it :.,.. v.. i.,
I be Montrose Democrat says":
"TIk having .!riosi;s'in the B ink were
first !reurt-d by oMijjniimis or asels" ; and
we arc request d In Hate that there are Mil'
mse's enough in (lie limit, ns .ooiias t!ie
ran b: niado availnble.to l em every dul
lar of their circulation in ttii county, ami
tint ihey shH be r4iiouly approprisled
for ih-it purprwe in prelerenee to netl!in(f
i with any foreign creditor. And we are
'urther iequesed to caution all hill holders
in this cooniv agaimt parimg with its note.-,
at a sacrifice.
M- .-ilrose. Pa., Nov. 5. .
The Cashier of the Su-quchanna Hank
has been committed to ja.l in dtfuuit ol $ 10,
tltlO bail, on an alleged charge of defalea
lion. It is teiiorTtd that 'io.OOO of tne
;unds ol the Batik ate unaccounied for.
PhilaiVphia, Nov. 6.
The notes of the5u?quehanna County
Itank are purchas d by some of our brok
ers at from 60fU percenf Jisco"Br. S.uto
Bank of Morriotown not purchased at an
The Boston Post informs us that Frede
tic Sirieklaud. son of a Hiitish Baronet and
member of Parliament, perished on the
While Mountains in New Hamptihcre on
ihe 19th ins!. Though strongly urged to
the contiary. Mr.S. left Crawford's Notch
I louts to ascend Mt. Washington, in com
pany with a friend end the gu de. I'pou
reaching M . Pleasant, and finding snow, i
the other gentleman and guide returned,ta- j
king Strickland's hore, wlitfj in spile of
their eulreaties, resolved to pursue the jour- j
on f ot,ii d come do n the bridlepath and j
top at Fayban'a Mt. Washiitgton Ihiuse,
whither hud been sent.
The next morning Crawford went over
to Fey ban's, and finding the stranger had
not been there, they started in pursuit of
him. 1 hey found his track and followed
it till nit lit, but only picked up a portion of
his clothes. The next day he was found
dd. ft ems he had lost the track, and
probably became insane in his wandering,
as his pantaloorts and drawers were found
in a hole in AmiiiainSrtnork brook, and his
legs and body were badly bruised. The de
ceased was ab nit thirty years" old,' ind had
been traveling seveial months in this coun
try, with a younger brother, who returned!
to England from B iston a fortnight ago.
Ue had ! iters to B Etonians, and before go
ing to the White (litis had been stopping
at the Trein.Hit House in that city. Mr.
I lOrwcn a IB V aaaiaa aiwia aaiv tviwc uu 1 laa
' j . . .
a nrannt r as lo be dtsitiierred if his friends
1 1 l . i ,kA i....:j :
shalr reqteej it.
Kiditat ere The Huntingdon Globe says
hat two rrtfn- wve arrested in the neigh
borhood of STiadd !Riipf in that county .and
placed in prison' an- Friday night of last
we. k. Ctiargea nr. at.rmp. ... K.onnp.
coLwd boy in that neighborhood. One is
said to be a man named Jonathan Little.for-
a " . I . . . I ' J !
meriy ol Mimm conn y.
Tiie ei ei -ft for a Coiled Slates Senator
look place in the Illinois Legislature, on
Saturday last, and resulted as follows :
!. Shields,7i i Cyrus Kdwards, 2f. Tn
iheareviiius caucus Bnese ran Shields ve
ry cl . The loiter was nominated in cau
cus on the 21 sf ballot, by lour majority.
A State Convention of Anti-Renter met
at Albany a lew days age, lo nominate a
separate ticket for State officers. They
were, however, unable to agree, and ail
journed without making any nominations.
Emancipation. M ij. Wiiod, late of Da.
rien. Georgia, at his death, freed all his
slaves, one Imodred and fifty in number,
and left $,l00 for ths purpose of paying
ibtir expense to Liberia.
1.EWISJ3UKG CHRONICliB; AND WEST BRANCH. FARMER
Dlacavcry la Teatllatloau
Dr. Chowne, we learn from the London
Literary Gazette, has enrolled a patent for
improvement in ventilating rooms and ap
artments, of the perfect efficacy of which,
we believe.there can not be a doubt.and on
a principle at once most simple and' unex
pected. Without going into details, we
may stale that the improvement are based
upon action in the syphon which has not
previously attracted the notice of any ex-
perimemer. vix: that if fixed with leg of
unequal length.the air rushes into the shor
ter leg, and circulates up and discharges
itself from the fongsr leg. i is easy to see
Sow readily this can be supplied in any
chamber, in order to purify its atmosphere.
Let the orifice of the shorter leg be dispo-
posed where it can reoe;Ve thecw'ient.aiid
lead it into that chimney or shaft into the
longest leg, and you have at once thi cir
culation complete. A similar air-syphon
can be employed in vessels ; and the low
est hold, where disease is gennialed in the
close berths of the crowded seamen, be
rendered as fresh ns the" Jppdr decks.
The rnrio:fT of this discovery is that
the air in a syphon reverses the action of
water, oro'-W liq iiil which enters and de
scends' or moves' down in the longer leg
and rises up in the shorter leg ! This is
now a demonstrable fact ; but bow is the
principle to be accounted for ? It puzzles
our philosophy. That air in the bent tube
is not to the surro-indinj as wnier, or any
heavier body, is evident ; and it must be
from this relation that (he up draft in the
longer leg is caused, and lha constant cir
culation aud with drawal of polluted gases
earricd on. Hut be this as it nviv, one
thing is certain, that a more uselul and im
portant discovery has never been made fur
the Comfort and hen III. of civilized man.
We see no end fo its application. Ther is
no sntaitarv measure sifgested to which it
may riot' form a mo.t bctv-fieia! ailj'inct.
There is' not a hovel, a cellar, a cryp'.or a
black', cli' M iIh Rnywheie, that it may
not cleanse and disinfect.
Southern Progress. Various gratifying
evidences have lately been giveu that tiie
Southern portion of our i-ouiitry Has en
:ered into manufactures. Georgia already
lias herS cotton factories, South Caroli
na her 45. Virginia 4ti, North Parolm-i
35, and Alabama W. The Squill h.i
Iso entered into the nilrond ystem.
These evtul seem of much national im
.orbtnee. They secure the advarve in
wealth and the prosperity "of the Soirli
and beget a common mteiest equalizing
.h4lh sections ot tho Union, so ns eventual
ly to do aw ay wiih' ull prejudice and jeal
ousy. The l6arr!'of Coiifinissioners' to fettle
he disputed boundaries of Pennsylvania,
Delaware and Murylam',' consis'ing o'
Joshua P. Eyre, of IVnn-, Ceo. Kead
Riddle, of Di I-, and' Iienry i. 8. Key, of
Mn ry land, held their first meeting in
Wilmington, I.M.. last Weilnesday. They
have asked the Secretary of War to de
tail a U. S. Engineer to diiect the survey
or field operations. They will meet ngain
in Wilmington on Saturday, the third of
Colored Professor. Mr. Charles I. Rea
son, an artist of New York, has been elec
ted professor in Central College, at Mc
(Jrnwrville, X. Y.J of which Rev. C. P.
tirosvennr, forroeily of this city, is Presi
dent. He is the first man of color who has
been elected to college professorship in this
country. A eoriteponuYni of the Christian j
Contributor speaks of his inaugural oration
as being 'ful of clear, comprehensive, phi
losophical thought, clothed in a neat and
classical dress Ulrica Gig.
Indian Slu1ents. o lads from ihe
Onondign tribe, have been received into
the preparatory department of the N Yolk
The State F.lect ions. The elections in
Louisiana and Mississippi for Members of
Congress, Governor.Staio Legislsiure.cVc,
took place on Monday. Yesterday New
York, New Jersey, Michigan and Wiscon
sin held their elections for State officers
and Slate Legislature. 8pectn!e'eclions,tu
.,, , , ,:,
fill vacancies in Congress, will take plafa
, 0 h,irsday next in the Wheeling distrtc
of Virginia and nn in the 4th district or
Massachusetts, (Mr. Palfrey's ) On Mon
day also the general election lakes place in
M 'ssachusetts for Governnrand other State
ofliocr.and for Members of the Legislature.
Strangers are pouring into the country
, by ,nf,osaD,j!t- v,vhjn ,hw ,,., mon,hl,t
njm ,rrived , Nt,w yrK Tto whoe
jmriligr,,iorl inW ,fw cu,ltry durinf, the
; present year,will amount to nearly 4011.000.
i It rs thus that the Old World is pouriug it
! population into the New. U hat rniohtv
f changes will not be affected by this course
of things, even in half a century .'
The Woonaocket ( K I.) Patriot sayayhat
since Father Matthew's departure from that
place.several jrsageries have been closed ;
the proprietor in one instance emptying his
liquor into tbe streeu The keepers of sev
eral drain shops say that Father Matthew
has destroyed tlieir business.
7The Governor of Ohio has designa
ted the 29th d-vy of November aa a Day of
Tharksgiving tor that Slate. New York,
iViinKknniafind Ohio, with several other
States, will therefore anile together on the
same occasion, in this laudobie acanowl-
iedgement to Uivii.e Pto ideace
Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 7.
(KrAnother Town Property ia offered
for sale-.; .1:1,'" ' -.'',
The Drug Store advertised, ia an old
s'and, and one of the best above Lewis
burg. ' j .'
steading RoalkV. '
The loiig evenings are coming. There
are very many persons who would like to
haVea Reading Room in town. It would
cost but litile. VI ho will move in the mat
Our poetical correspondents are all
asleep. We hope this jo will inspire some
of them with a desire to indite more of
those original literafy articles which have
heretofore so' honored our journal.
jThe new officers of tho county
have entered upon their duties. Mr. John
D- Boger is Deputy Sheriff.and Mr. Chris
tian Breyman, Commissioners Clerk, in
place of Jas.S. Dubois,dib!ed by a shock
Birkneils Reporter of yesterday has the
lollowin summiry :
0ie wet'k'lxter Irom F.urojie.' Arrivsl
of lh llidernia'. .
Irvlii'iil. Flal coiilJlct between the Po
lire. end (Man'rv. I bree I ilicemen kil
led. Oianenieii prejiarnisi for a urand
liel.1 (!iv. Fear eiil -riaim d of 4 collision
with I Ik: Repealers.
Friince. t 'oi.fl.ct letwer-n M' C, fnr-iiu
and the Piocisn ur IJerieritl. M. '1 hiera'
repoit on th.r Kom m Q'lestiun. llisplras
ure ot iln; I'resiilent.
The Ti rco Russian Question still unset
tled. Rumor 'hat the Autncr.it will persist
in his di inand. Gens.Biin,Deinh;ski, and
others, in ihe Turkish Arinv The Hun
garian refugees still at Widden.
Au'ria and Hungary. lurumoiia ern
duct of Ha nan. Treaty between Austria
Cotton has an U wa d tendency. Gen
eral firmness in the Markets.
Tbe Samaritan's Defence
Orrupie sttit tour rnluaiM in bis psper of lb
SStli ull. We (li nk il cu be di'pueed of in a
From th-l ppr. and ! from ibe psper
f Mi . 1-t. e d' ml .'borve Ibal lbs Editor
in aiit tn drnr i J of the elleijslKiin of facts
hsvi- msi'e n.iii't hiiu.
AvoidiKg til ariginsl p iinl why JiJ tb Orgsn
of ell Trmj rrsnce vte fur a t-baracter wliii h he
bad re c,ilri)li'niiiin'red bs'C and unwonhj!
he lug. in Ibe g-atuitoue infurmstiiin ihel be
oied fr Mr. iairiMe " knowing lie wa s man
f g nxl moral i-hararier, a profeMiog Christian,
4nd a TrmH'iaure man, ana' Iteeuute" s re.l.in
"Mt" of W I'ke.D.rre had writlm him en anirle
.uniting M. fuller on ihe iemeranre arnre.
We h Mr. (iambi i all the Samaritan
rlaim bim lu Ih-. Proious In ibe elecii n. we
heard thai he aumelimea drank brandy and s!
tieated to g'i bie ii.'miiuihin. Hut curb unr.r
tain rha'g'-s. made at auth a time, we i'i 1 n4
jtiJ do not ruiKidi r fair and aulTi.-ieot evid. nre
lo pnj'idi. s an honeal. resei 'liable mm against
Mr UainMe. 1he ia'iiariiaii w-'Uhl nl ogarj
it. out anil ili ? againl Air. r Li ar nr myim
to take lr i,lil in publishing, ai d mb!iho n
ihing to refute ihem ! " I'lmu shall not lear
f.I.e inc.-," i- a Divine law which bis poliii
ral pri jn.lii ea or li-gal practice eiake him f rgct.
I hu Ilie variuus charges be make. agiiut Mr
Ku'lar aie effectually lefi.tcJ by Iwo eilicles re-
ptihjah d iu ihs Cbioi ie'e of Oct. 34, ami we
have rea.on t believe had been area By Uw in
one nr two aie s Br.ro at Ive publl.lnd auhalan
tialla Ibe sime rbsrgra ! After awing it yet he
wiihhol ' I, nrru hi res era ! If ibis be not
'oeartlig falrf witnea,' wh.t is !
And pray who is ibis "Mc" who writes all ihe
way from Wilkes Brs to New Uauliu In ahu
hi neighboi T W venture to guess be is nol
"lily a tioltnt, radical, ot p-ting party man. but
ala a'rival lawyer, and a perxonal enemy nf Mr
Fuller a di.intrrc.led witnees, truly ! If we are
eorreet, Mr "Mc" al-u was candidate for offi e
this fall, and while Mr Fuller' a f. l!ow ritiiens
se dim 173 inaj. iiiy.Mr Mc' fell 197 behiud
ai d we ventu e to gut further ibat Mr F
received many more Tempi rauce vote at borne
than hi vdhfler did. W be known Edw O
Mallery. M U l.i wia, Ueo H OiorT, H B Rohin
eon and G Uurrows as worthy snd leading tern
persuce men fir many ra while residing near
Wiiker-Uaiie, but never hrarj uf M'Carragher
a auch except through Ihe column of the Goad
Samaritan. We receive thrir evidence before
bis, arid Kuhinit ib point to candi 1 conaiduiaii.a.'
The Samaritan goee on to cay
"We KNEW that Camming ueated.and Sli
fer we were tuld did tbe aaane.:'
"Col. Mifer, we were assured, treated men to
get thrir rule; not by lasaTimea" only, which
of course Ihe editor nodL. Vregard a good au
thority on Ibis point, but n WHOSK V.
HACITY WE HAVi aU REASON TO
DOUBT." iOrt.ll. b
Under thee c:.cum-Unc,how did lha Organ
vote for or againal men who he bad drnouueed
in auch unii:ceured terma ? Hear him !
"We voted so that neither would be the gainer
by our vole: we voted for BOTH. We ae
no I hot our beat fours would bav been sot
to vote . st sti. al hough the result of the
election between 'he two candidates would havvs
been lbs same il is."
Admiral le logic ! Two men ore to be elected
lo the Legislature tbe e are four cand dates
turn of ibese men ibe Oigan believee to be vile,
hypoeiitiral. dangerous men. unworthy the vote
of eny decent, much hvs of any lessyerance man
-and tie he baa not even hinted he knew any
thing againre everyway reputaMe men. Two
of ihcse ore lu be electa d. , Which two does ihe
Organ aid 1 Due be vote againtt BOTH the
meu he KNEW ta be wr-ingf JJoa owl FOU.
tbem both ! aa) (for aught bo knew) hi ingb
vote might have elecrsa) characters he repiobete,.
and defeated repulal l men ! ! ! In other word
he voted for ssi ra so as to help neither .'said
sr. the or.ly Tiavperant a Organ ! And-now
i ; i l ! . i l ii
even. mitral cooraaj as uiiiverscny cvwaaeiBiacca,
hi only regtet is fbe.1 be tota-d at sJl. We think I
a aensihle sr.d corslsteut Cuut woulJ hv been
to' do his duty by making bie vote Tilt In unineti
wHh bis luBiLssoutbea) and eiclosive profenioa,
by voting isaisst lbs treating" characters.
But this u not the wist of it. Mr.M'lugh
lia, am of the candidate la the Asesaibly, is a
moral man. a member of Ibe asme church a ibe
aaiarilao and Mr tumble, and a Ivtotullar : Ihe
Organist kntw Ihit, yet voted fr Cumminga ! '
Tbe If-aaine reiama he adduces for voting foe
Democrst, are inaufficienl lo gain bia vote fur
a Wbig. Any evidence, howevei doubtful, or if
even refuted, is sofiVient to juetify bis hostility
lo Mr Fuller, a VVh-g- but poitiv, per saal,
.ndoubied knowledge of .Mr Uumm.nga. a i"m-
. . i .. 1. . . i.. I... him anil aller-
i i i . . .
ward eulogizing and extolling him in a paper
davutrd to temperance end vi.lue! W wi.n
not to be um haiit ihlc ; we do not assume Ihe
prerogative of the lufsdible Judge lu declare ibe
motives of men; but looking at th vhole Irana
action it must be pronounced a indicative of a
waul of common sense or of common honesty.
Having been called upon. t'ie Saraatiun re
troth its charge againal Col Mi far with all ibe
fairness he a- ems to he capable of, (uoiwiilislan
ding such host of proof from such honorable
mm '.y and gently insinuates that tbe coutae be
pursued lendnl to help Col. 8iifer. Heaven save
hioj from auch frieuda !
Bui i lie Samaritan complacently (and rather
Pba'i-airally) confute i lav IF with the assumption
thai our MpOMire of its iaconsialent if not hypo
critical couiae, U caused
"no doobt, from tbe txjmtura we found il neces
sary to naks on lormer occasions of tbe manner
hath they have prostituted their prtv. to
of the rum power and oilier
TIVT., . . i ,
(referring lo ilie l-hionicle and ihe tni"n Mar )
Tbie ia urciuVlly rich! Ibe Temperance
Organ who did alt ho cuutd to elect John Cum-j
ining. to ihe l.eialataic. is constrained torn a t
aense of duty to ssarrl the black falsehood that
ih C; ronie'e is - r.i.tiiui,.l to ibe rum power ! "
Believe i, w,o . I he i,r, e-linen, .tuck, of
H' amtrtteii lisve lu-rHff.ir b- ra leni 6cii In
: . L - . t I atfJiti I
j in a niimi' p.-na of tvw ltd w'?ucur'
clai-hchJrJ irrnH'.aiiT mrii ah know otir
courM) tiavi- as mui b c nliuViiC.' in our U uipvr
auce inlegiity aa iu niaiiv a.? u who ni.k ' Inuile:
p'ofeasioi.a. Dot what ia the . k. g immor
ality" uiii wliicb .e Cu.d t.iinrii.ii w i:,
nw alaiiitei ? ' Why, we pili's!l lavnn ti-rue
urtire hi eiimpli.nre tai.h l..w parsed i Ihe
rt quert uf tVniierani e inn ! If iru-u.h- r
- t:.c heal auo foul f ou off-ndrii btb thi.
ellfut no more." I'.oiulil) Una ! f ieno
of Jl-h:i Cumming- hm.e f aidel in pr Turing
ihe very Trru;rante Law he now al,ia. a u. f o
carrving out ie' lha prosecuiia of our lawful
cslang ! Aud he dVinu-ely aaja, - we ba.e bad
d'unka.'de and iuin-M'1'C.a for our cliema V ail
ight, f r he is the T. ma eranre Organ; but it ia
all vri. nj for s roiiuii m la mp r.nrs printer lo
puhliah s legal temrnc nonce!
Bui we maet .lo.e. aad d u with ib
earned hoje lbt the mis of Ti iueraire may
Ol be mule lo at-ff. r from the rroia of ita at'vo-
for "lo err ia human.' If the fam-rilan
will rrmove 11 e
e n from i s oian m, and Oo j
longer assume to il-lf an arrt-gani dielsiorainp i
over lbs cva-ee f aim a. bui.e-t and cnnaistei t '
ae biinarlf, t will fin l il Iv lr for Hist catsc
aad mora plreaai I f. r liilii If. I
rrj Since putting l!ic l.ove in lype. we bav
been .hovrn ai. ail.eiiiaeiun.l of O b' rn.i ! A
(.'lUCK l'l(tS -,i4i,eil by A. winefnrd. an,
...,M..h..l in Ih. .-arua.i an ! Well, nbal
of II ! Wh. we hing wrong aho.,1 it-
hut .f it had .I...-..J in .1.. M-r . C'fcr ic
it wonl4 he been lb i'l f rmiui al b-aat
rolupin b ng iu Ih 0oJ .-am-man.
One ihing n,ur.-v.e Is-en ia.,,i,.d of
hv the noli. ..f Ibe la-t I..wi.burg Ten.,.-
sine ?'ori v wa. d ! pnhliahel in the Chronica
white it aioea el tn a IN- Uaruia Panel ?
iaave nev. r eli.r-d for auch nnli-es always
i.iiMttfli-.l lli.m u lirn liauiltJ in and Mimer iinaa.
isken p litis lo prorof them. Mr Saud taeiialea,
he is.Ki I. d I'ra.ideut f tb !ociely. slate Ibat j
tb oini i"n was wiih uil hi kit 'Weli;. It i. I
ni suppMa: iitf .null trick of a much smaller i
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af a rcrieurv.
Wc have Icn lo!d by ftne of the candi'
dales in ihe rectnl tlcctronieri'ig campaign
in this county, that there is not very little
oi treating done for i fll ;e, even in the
worst purls ot ilie county. We are glad
to hear it. It is one sign of that wlent
progress which ihe temperance reform is
making against "old established usages."
Very true, Mr.Samaritnn but the man
who did more treating than all ihe rest for
years past, and made more drunkenness
than all the tavernkecperg would in a eai,
you voted for. Tell it not in Giih ! If
all temperance men had made their votes
tell against such an undeninble case, that
mnn would have been the lust of his make
that either party would ever dare present.
Washington, Nov. 6.
John W. Farrelly, of Pennsylvania is
appointed Sixth Auditor of the Treasury
vice Peter G. Washington, removed.
IlJtaraw ajiiiiui, an I
bi luinled by our gover
Mr. S. is well qi
auties of tbe statu:
Horace Smith, L.q.. of I'ubsville, has
mou nt Consul
qualified to dis-
I . . ) illnlier, q., of Virginia, has
aw ,poinuBd Third Auditor of the Trea
sury, in ppue ot teier uagner, who nas
hl I the office for more than half a cen
tury. Col. C. M. Straub (Mem ) formerly of
Sulinseroe, is elected SherilTof Schuy Ikill
county, by 107 niaj. over James Nsgle, a
gallant Captain in the Mexican War.
Appointment by the Governor. David
Taggart, Esq., of Northumberland, to be
Notary Public, in Ihe room of Henry S.
Thomas deceased. ' '
Jemmy O'Neill, tbe well known door
keeper of the Presidential Mansion, ander
Gen. Jackson, died at Washington city on
Upwards of 12,000 persons in New
York eny, have paid ihe mHilia fine of 75
cents each. ' ' t
One-fowrth of the Towanda Bridge was
destroyer Ky fire on Wednesday of last
week. "'" i- "'.
Tire Jt-BerxHi ftar is the fitle of a new
Whig pope' otaned, BrookviHe, Pu. '
Oil are reported
cent si piee in
A young lady,' of the vicinity of Ship
pensburg, named M'Clay, eommitted ni
cide on Saturday week. : She had been in
tbe town,and this sad occurrence took place
on her way home. Her body was found
suspeuded somewhere on the farm of David
Mahon, Esq. She was missed several days
before found. No certain cause is assign
ed, but it is supposed to be the result ofde
rangement of miad caused by disappointed
affections.' She is said to have been a beau
, iulerestlng and accomplished young
' Indy, and her melanrholy death has exci
i t - i
ted a deep and general sympathy iu thai
Mid:ime Bod i sco publishes a card in the
Washington papers, in which she altogeth
er denies the statement set forth by the
Washington correspondent of the N. York
Courier and Enquirer relative to :he ban
ishment of her husband to Siberia by the
Emperor ol Russia. She says that she re
ceived letters by the last steamer, from her
husband, staling that he had left Russia on
his return to America, and would arrive
about the first of Jnnuarv-
Paring for the Fun It appears by a
' reP0,t !o lh' "un'y Board, thlt
i nearly a quarter of a million ol dollars
i22S 230) has been raid out of the Phil.,
1 y ' '
j delphin County Treasury since l"3r for
the suppress or! of riots.
j hl Saturday tvtlllug last a gentleman
, had his p .cket picked of about IV!0, while
hj, tj(., , ,,. eUrk'rfTlc:o of the
" ft i i ri i k' v
1 PiWI'st IICIIUfH a I1UU.III. At 1CW I Urn
by some rascal wh bus thus fur eluded j
Voik el.vli..o look place on
Correctetl this tiay
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Clovers ed . . .
Tallow . ,
R011 ltP..d0ll. ult., bEKev.l I.I lar- i
baugh. JoHN Rl HL, of Hartley, and .Mis
s... V. M...... r IT..,..
J , ,. , i . . r :
I InMrlton, on Ihiir diiv Inst.bv K'-v. H. i
n . i ai i , 1
'""tih. Mr. Joll.X.DtnE lo M.sS Rtl.EC j
' A t'lIsMSOttt.
i (Vt- 23d, by the Rev. George Rrlenmv I
rln, .nr. nan .mi;ti;i.i.;. in rtuuuioe
: 'wp., to Mrs.J t. CIIOIt,Wldow, ol l enus
! tWP. I
In LewishuM ll.is Th..es.l-V,
: ; it . t
Nv. f?, Mrs. FlizsBeth. vi:"e of Willia
Poeth, in her 34th year.
In Milton, on Tuesalav week.Mrs.CaTH.
SRINE MaXWCI L. wi!c of Wm. .M ixwell.
aged about 42 years.
I..- i:i... ' c- i . a.
... ...,. .i .-unny -er g, HENRV.son
f I homus Sirine, aged 13 months aud 18
days. ' ,
In Chilisq.iaque, on Saturday week.Mr.
iu..c-. HI. 1. I. j , - I
Sami-el McDahicl. aged about. 35 years.
In Chillsquaque, on Suturday week, M rs.
AtTF.t, wile of vVillmin M.Aulen, aged ab- !
nut 35 years.
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VNI'IV RTTrifiTV r i l o !
I.W BUGGEY for sale, .-heap. For
lurlher patliculars, enquire at this!
Lewistmrg. Nov. 7, I81B ' '
TT1Hr k -e-k -a--ww-v- a -w- a
' f,V'l:A IM;IVAT 1
' " -C- VJ.V L V IY1.J '
MEDfCIXES, &c . at the
f IVIANKFUL for (he Ittveral patronage
I L enjoyed the past season, I would res
pectfully invite old fueads and new to rail
and examine my large, new, and splendid
stock.e morticing almost everything desired
in my line oi tMsities,and cheap at that.
For particulars, enquite at Ilie old stana of
Schaflle & ChambeVlin. , '
C. W. SCH A FFLi:, Druggist."
Iwiaburg, Nov. IH49
F'RESH Corn McaWlbr sale hv
,To all whom'it inay conceriv
HAV.JNG learned thnt' persons ha,t
been trusted at, several places in t.j
Borough, with the expectation that I
pay the bill, I would giv- aotioe that
will pay no bills except those autliortssj
by mvself or some resionsible member ,f
my family. EUGENIO KlNC'AID.
Lewisburg, Nov. 7, 1849.
IN one of the most flourishing toon., b
the West Branch of the Smrjuedanrj,
a purchaser for a DRUQ STORE
now doing a first-rate business. Amount
of stock now on band, about $1000, abed
win be sold at cost for Cash, or if more
convenient small putt of it on short
For further particulars, enquire at this
ITear, hear, ifEAn f
THE Rummer rs over, and so is lha Eketion.
' Our Crops have been housed in the gteajeat
OA Winter i coming, mi h its fireside chat
Let's sing sod be merry, le.'s laugh and grow fat.
Tnk'ng all tilings into consideration, tiiia ia a
great country, and growicg. We have been to
he Cily and msus our FA I.I. AM) WINTER
SELECTIONS OF WOODS, with grea nr.
both as to quality snd price and are ready ait&
A how to kind patron a amile for you all.
While shoulder lo shoulder we posh on Ibe bsl ,
We fling out our banner, and raiss lha war-cry.
far Fievlue it Rebel will never say di.
Our alork is tbe largt and seleclioai lb beat
Of ('nods now oflered Morth,Mowihat or Wast,
And chespcr by far as you'll certainly find
If you'U give us a call aud make up your minJ.
Ye life'a spicy odor (vaaiari) sleep
In our cellar well filled and nn counters in heaps;
We've fine Cloths, and Vesting, aad Caaimcra
Of every p iltern and stv tr nice and new, ' teo.
We bae gouds froaa iba ludics, from Britons and
Anil mirAriiii mil Am Yalinn In rlna tin fit ... L .
' Wbile H the ct tttrrm t aJorn Womsri-kirut
In our DRV GOODS u-sortmenl you're likrlr
lo find ; . i ,
Bui if il be tiUOCEniKS you ardenUv sn.h.
We have Sugar. Tea, Cotfre, Me!ai-se ami FiJ
r.'h.iero, .Soap, '."aniUe.. I lovrs, Oinger. Al-picr,
Sallieirr. icroiiiid Alum. Black Peeper ail Kr.
We've til EKNs and H AKUW AKK-o, ',
,av hul mure,
Bui evt iyibiiij; nce.le.1 is found a! our S'ure.
n eirhange for all ihe-e, s snre as vou're liorn
W e'll lke Ca-b or Whal, Oat. Ir..n. ..r t.'jr,,;
doelil te rau suit yon, we su'dy vriC trv.
S""1' our I"'1', you'd c.ruinl,
Highly gral'lie.l iih the paironatie hre.f
exla Baled, vie hitll ei d.-avm to meiit it. ror.tiuu-
"nr- .NtVl! S i Kt'Bfclt.
Irf-i.burg. lid. !. ISIS
1 . .
J Dr. Sir tyne't Urlthratc l Fw.ithj Me it.
CI RK FOLLOWS tlH,'!
' More Pr.sils of tbe Kfli acy of
rruMi j, ataue or
The Original and Cenuim I'rtparatiun '
I t'"uh. CuU.4- Alh.iM Bionehilia, Li.er f-
plaliil. ajltllrig Blood,dllrkally ol Brfultuiij, .
io in tb Side and Uresv, lpiuiioo
ol Ilie Heart, li.ll if nia.l fup,bri.
dlM'ae ot Tbrojt,
- - lias uio-it rl c-
lual and Siee,ly curat
kuowu ti-r any of ihs'
alwvr disease is
Dr. Sway ne's cotnpuund Srup
' of WilJ Cherry.
' Rbliable Testimony.
Julia Mrtiou Esrle, editor of ihe W.ifftW
Spy, Mass., was attacked wilh a aevcre inflama
lion of Ihe luug', aceoanponied with a diatrrasii
congh : a It t -wag vauiou other remediei snm
i bule nr no benefit, by the use of one bottle at Ur
I S,nt y"i""" of WiM Cherry...
Wa a-rvttored lo perfect beajin.
! Wm. Monlelius, a re-peclable merchant
Clair. Schux Ikill county, writes, Jan 30.
1 . E I 1 1 I .If W lLm.
i. uv iumi jini ccaiaaavM mm aaa. wn-
i moat, a chum aaf our town. Hia eas of L'oor
i omptioa ia well knvn herejnd of long atanJi'
I he alliihuie. hia euie entirely to your Cnuipmti-
ojrup oi nnu t-neiry. -
Be mil dccei.ed by tbe many spurious m
worthless preparations of WiM Cherry, ktm
mto nolle by ignorant pragenaVra, be sr aba
.?'!' U'' Sm3a " "V.
which la Ihe only guarantee agaiuat imp.t
Ktmtmber . rnoin. pTepacuon of V
Cherry ie prepared aanly by DrSrvi.
eorB '" Eighth and Race streets, riulsu's
Swayne's celebrated Vermifuge,
"A Safe and Elo-ciusl Remedy ftar Worm. l
PP"a. Cholera Mot bus, sickly or ibapf"
JJuilurell , AliuUt lhe IWl.fu fur
Medicine ever offered to ihe public."
This nmedy is one thai has prosed soccei'''
'r a kmg lime, and ie universally scknoaW
by all vabo have tried it to be far tuprru
pleanl lo the taste, at tb ssnw ti
etfeclual) to any uther medicine ever ropi;eJ
diseases lor which it is recommeielVJ. It
only destroy s worms, but it invigoraie the
yatrm. Il is banuless, iu ii ruVcts.sad ths oral'
of Ihe patient is always improved by its '.''
when no woims are discovered.
n . .- . . rwsa
I yfOeirare nj Miuanet. Kememnvi
, Vermiluge is now pal up in nuart Imliu' I"
j ing recently b. en changed) eovend by
I wrapper, steel engraviug, wilh the psrtrsil
i iSwsyn thereon engraved. Bear ihts in
and be not deceived.
f DR. SWAYNE'S SltlAR COXTED 8.4RV
! PA Kl LL. AN I) EXTRACT OK TA B
j - The virtue of these pills can be sppnBlK
: only by those who bav need them. The
; adapted to assist rialur in carrying off sW'"
mailer, obslructioiirv impurity of the "''
Tbey are a gentle and elftxlive purgail.e.cue'
all tbe funciions of Ibe fiver, and s an ate'4-',
ia drnpsrcsl a (Tor lions they are very vslusi'la
should Iw in every familv. Tbev have an """
eoalin of nuia Whit 8atar.wherebv even
dissgreesMe to lasts or saseU is eniie b; iJ"
without iu tbe e-l sltsluig lhe evceliee' I
lies of lhe mejicine. Remember ! Ihey a
pel op in braie turned oal of lb a VJJ
covered with a real label bearing lb .!""
Dr Swayne ; nous other is genuine. '
The above valuable Medicine are P"
pared onfy by Dr. fjWATNE. tl Y corn
Etgbih ansi Bscs sin, l'hilsdelhia. .
JlgtnH for Union G unfa-
f xe n-k.m.. ... J sckA.anai av TfcaVf -.le0" '
J eebold and v t "afencb. r,
w--' 4 7&??it$
aio suecht. ueaveirown. n in ox --
D J Buyer, Ceoiervilla ilatl Hsupl
D ArVbflU.e.SelmHtr'velVoajPg u''
- is. .Ilsr'.
eubKeller.Navy IslaodjB A Summeia. i
'' shd v riHenBt geaersJly '
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