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Tli British mail steamship Canada,
Capt. Harrison, reached bar dock at Jer
sey city at o'clock on Saturday tnortiing,
wi h advices from Loadoaj to the evening
of the. 16th alt., and Liverpool to the 17th.
. : ThMaday,ika 1 5th Jult., was observed
throughout Great Britain aa a day of gen-
eral thanksgiving for the disappearance of
the pestilence which had devastated the
The atecution of the Mannings, for the
murder of O'Connor, ' occupies a large
apace in the eohunaa of the London jour
nala. It took place on the 13th, at florae
longer jail. Not leas than M.000 per
sons were prevent at the execution, and
scenes the moat diagraceful were enacted.
X female w killed by the pressure of the
crowd, and two oiheri severely injured.
Cokst aimftona, Nov. 1. The British
6eet la at preatM at anchor at Beeica Bay,
and will reaaain there till the arrival of the
courier from 8t. Petersburg with the reply
iT the Emperor t the ct:ntnuoicarinn of
Filed Eflcadi. the envoy ul the Sultan.
Frinuld the reply of the Cur be oi a hos
tile nature, the fleet will proceed to Cin
Ou the Ct'h ult.. General Aupiek had
also an inw-rvirw with Rewrhid Pasha, and
tbe Mmisler of Foreign Affairs, in which
lie assured them of the determination of
the French government to give an armed
support to Turkey in ease of a Rbssien in
vasion, and that the fleet under Admiral
Persevnl Descheoee would co-operate with
be force of the Sultan in case of emergen
Kesmtbiiiisued the following proclama
tion to the Hungarian refuse a on the 18 h
October. lie eigne himself Governor of
1 he.-eby make known the official dec
laration of his Eicelleecy the Pacha.
1. Tliat Ilia Majesty the Sultan, whom
my God grant a long life, haa determined
that he ill not give up to the enemy any
who wish to remain ; but that he will pro
ud us, and aflord us the rights of hospi
tality. - t. Those who wish to partake of these
rights of hospitality for the future, shall be
supplied not only with food as hitherto, but
also with articles of clothing ; nay, even
in regard to tlteir pay, they may expect
that indemnity which is compatible with
rlie glory and renown of his Mj-ty the
Sultan. The hope is also held out that the
4 fJieera may tetain thr:r rank, and without
being compelled to change their religion,
enter the Turkish service, and that it is
contemplated to secure, the destiny of all
ibe errngrants, either by the formation of a
oniony, or in some other swttable manner.
Mr. Rives, the American Minister, has
had an 4Scial interview with Bonaparte,
President ofJFrance, whose reception wa
apparently moat sincerely cordial, and
expressive of peace on both rides.
Mr. Clay in Baltimore.
IUltimobc, Nov. tO. 1 849.
lit a Henry Clay arrived in this city
yesterday, aad was warmly welcomed by
ithiuaanda ol hu friends.
Mr. (.lay addressed the people to-day
irmn flsrnum's Hotel.
tie said that he alwavs felt at home when
ii. Vary'and.ths Slate being the birtb-plac
.f l:i Utter hall, lie leu airatrj tnai ine
,r.ipei:at d hit return lotbt Public too"
j; of. the country, waa ever rated by bis
frterrdV He still felt bis old devotion to the
,t rviee of the-pwbbe, but. at the same time,
he felt the weight of time upon him, which
;jnfiis hirw-for the active service of his ear
I'b then alluded to the slavery question,
art! r d 'there waa uniteceseery aicitaiioo
ui-.n the: subject The nil touM nevir
.ixitl in Culifomim end Ntw Mrx'uo.
The cool climate, the business or lite coon
rv. the habits and pursuits of the people
He then-spoke of the importance of the
t'nioiu and aM tnat. eemrasieo wnn n.
W slavery quwho sank into nothing.
Under all rireumsiancea, he would stscd
hv tha Union. -
tp cnftuWrdthai no one question could
it- of M.fficient importance to cause a dts-
.lutuni.aiid let the storm cume from wht
u rur it may, should defend the Vn on,
relit or wrong.
f it should be dissolved.- fur rountry
..ul.) require m-bisturiam iler history
would be written fwaw that of Grreee.
M n would arise ami pw tl"Pr ' "'P
and Alexander. Tiiere would lm foreign
a liaiL-es d no foreign and d mestie
wars, until eery trace of liberty be liHt in
H fs part of the world.
Mr. ('lav became quite animated, lit
an'ike" w ith feeling and powerful effect. He
id people for the affectionate
l;- thev had always shown him, and"!
thould ever remember it- j
He dosed aroi tremenaous no miera
The offi- iil rlurrs of tte ae election
in L.iuiina fn-m all ecep four rislies,
cives Walker, the Democrat candidate
ibr Governor 17.IM. 1-louw le.Taft
nnJ wHI It iie-reaee . 1 f
. )lP .1U i Ur. and w.ll amount i in the
L.,- in 56.000. aeatost Z3,6S last
Xlie s'a of panne in the Lcgiala
Bank of Danville. Peter Baldy.Wm H
Magill, G A Fnck.W Jennison.Wm Don
aldson, Lewia Valine, M C Grier,of Dan
ville ; lliomaa Hayes, ol Lewiaburg s Ja
cob Cook, of Huucy ; Won C Lawson, of
Milton ; J W Smith, of Selmegrove; John
Sharpies, ol Cattawisea, and J K Grotr,'
Bank of Northumberland- John Tag
aart. John Porter, Waa Formtbe, William
M'Kelvy. Abbot Green, George Schnure,
Ehenexer Walton, Daniel Bratigam, A E
Kapp, Lewia De wart .Samuel M'itsonJohn
Walla, and Samuel J Brov. n.
West IWanch Bank A Updcgrafr.'S fl
Loyd, A Woodward, Geo Tomb, Wm
MrKinney, J S Graffms, P Dicktnon, E
S Lowe, Jos S Willis ms.l'honas Dennftt,
C Gudy kunst,John H Cu d-n , I, A M .ickey .
At a meeting of the hoard, A. Updegraff,
wan wnagimouvty elected President, and
Thoa. W. Lloyd, Cushier.
The Carlisle Herald, in remarking upon
the selection of Prof. Wm. II. Allen, A.
M., M. f)., of Dickinson College, as Pre
sident of the Girnrd College, for Urphaus,
assuies us that the opinion expressed of
his abilities is well founded, and will be
fu'ly confirmed, adding that u Prof. Allen
ranks high as a man oi mind and thorough
education J and though we exceedingly
regret to htar of bis unexpected removal
from our community, we congMtola c
him on the distiruihrd mark ol public
favor which he has thus rrceivrd.n lie
will enter upon his Hu.n s on the lt ol
January next, lie is not an it i, u. tin
place in Dickenson ColleKe will probably
be Cited tetrp-rnly by Rev. C. P. Winr,
pastor of tlie rmt I resbyterian Chruca,
The average Whig vote on the entire
blare ticket in New lork, as counted hv
the canaer!, at Albany, on Wednecdwy,
in 202 102, and the average Democratic
vote '201,741. showing an average U hi
mnjoriiy of 361. The aggregate Whig
vote 1,615,16. and the aggregate Demo
cratic vote I. fl 1 3.92fl. showing a whig
majority ol 2,e"J8. The Vt hig average
ia less than General laylor s vote by 16,
501, and 'hi- Democratic averajre kns thin
Cass and Van Buren by i3,037 votes.
It is said that Capt. Lynch has ofTt-red
his service to our government, to lend an
expedition to go in search of Sir J. Frank
lin ; and Capt. L. promises that " in case
the government shall sanction his ffWu.
he will raise trom private sources.siilBrient
to charier, strengthen, and equip, a -.learner,
the government furnishing such ffn-ers
and men as choose to volunteer to go.
The ritixens of Bald 1-lagle Valley .Cen
tre county .are tu have a grand circularhnni
on the 7th inst., hepace embraced within
the cveral lines to be six miles tqu-ire.and
iheparliesloccntreat Shipley's Cove. The
country abounds in deer, wolves.foxes.Su:-,
and with full lines the hunt will prove
most successful as it will be impossible for
game to escape from the circle.
On Saturday last, the tffiee of the
Stale Bank at Camden, No. 'l Church
alley, waseutvrud by false keys, and rob
bed of f 6243, principally ol the notes ol
the Camden Bank, during the temporary
absence of the agent in making his usual
morning .exchanges with Philadelphia
banks. Three or lour of the notes stolen
are of the denomination of 300, printed
on blue uA.
A Qfirren Tiie Jury, in the case of
the United States vs. James McM;iMtrs.
tried at Pi'tsburg, for harboring a fugitive
alave, returned a verdict of acquittal, the
prosecutor tq. pay costs amounting to abui
$1210. Among the jurors were (n il. Jo
seph Markle, Mr. Johnston, (miliar of the
Governor,) and Hon. Jasper E. UruJy.
Fatal Affray ! We learn tha! an un
IbrtUBAtC affray occurred at Plymouth,
Lnieroe county, cn Monday evening a',
between loel K. Gabrial, and A. W.
Young, in which Mr. Young was killed.
The parties hnd been drinking, which led
to the quarrel. Horrible '.Bloomtbvrg
The editor of the Delaware Gazette,
having enjoyed an -'extended conversation''
with Mr. Walker, during his late detention
in Wilmington, authoritatively denies anv
chsnge of b'S vies in reference tu
the tariff or the cd valorem system ol
Nim Oiltan, Nov. 28.
The captain and first engineer of the ill
fated LntiUiana have both been discharged
from custody. There is no evidence to
implicate them in the least. The second
engineer is supposed to have been Ihe cause
of the disaster, and is nowhere to be found.
The jury in the case of John S. Bassler,
publisher of Ihe t-ayelte vnig. on trie in
Pittsburg for robbing the mail, on Satur
day returned a verdict of acquittial. The
jury on a former trial had been unable to
The mail w hich waa made up at the
Post Office ie Oswego, on the 3d int., and
which should have reached New York on
ih K:k hna not bten heard from. It con
tained drafts and checka to the amount of
12,000 or $15,000.
We recret to lero that the barn of Mr.
Caleb Apyleman.of Valley township.about
two miles from Danville, wa consumed
by fire early on Fvidwy evening, but, with
all its contents-- ,
It err-" ! ,He: urreM r Hr- W-Seei
retary Walker, in fk hiware, wa upon an
accommudaiion note fnrf 3,740,drawn nine
years since in Mississippi, aud upon which
lie was the third endorser.
Miss Cnrin-lia Scott, dr.ughter of Gen
eral Scott, was married in New York, on
ihe 28ih iusl ,t Major II- L. Scott, aid.
de-camp to the commnnd"r-in-chirf.
Hon Simon Camerwn.will please accept
iMirtSanka for a copy "f be Report ol
ho Sectary .f the Treaury on the I
Mai housing Svkm, fcr 1819. I
; j . .aBWawjBWa
Wedindaj Afternoonj" Dec 5.
tfV- is of the first importance to. the
heattb of every one especially during wef
weather to keep the feet warm and
dry, COItStailtlj for no one thing tends
more to the preservation- of health.'' The
evil effects of damp feet may not be imme
diate, but they are not the less .certain. Ip
a wet season, the shoemaker is a greater
friend of health than the tailor or hatter.
Keep I be feet warm and dry, ihe head
cool, and the bowels open," was the grand
recipe of a distinguished physician.
WRITING ACADEMY. The num
ber of pupils under Mr. Shelp'a instruction
is so large, and their improvement ja so
decided, that he is induced lo commence a
SECOND TERM an Monday next.
Parents and guardian who wish those
under their care to improve in penmanship
can decide, for themselves by examining
the specimens at the writing rooms, late
Dr. L'idwig's brick office ) '
"Some harden d villain robbed iht Mis
sionary box of Ike Leuintiurn Sunday
The foregoing is diluted from the state
ment that rtro of the boxes of the tix Sun
day schools in LewisAur were robbed
hut the altered statement of the (acts are
bus given in a "City paper." Generally
however, such news enlarge by traveling.
For instance, a gentleman here who had a
back kitchen burned down last winter, was
much enlightened on going to New Berlin
a few days alter by learning from a "City
paper" that he had been burnt out of house
and home !
BsJ. S. GiLMoae, of the Blnomsburg
Star," has been elected by 29 majority
as MAJOR ol the 1st Brigade 9:h Division
Penii'a Volunteers. Let it no more be said
that ' Republics are ungrateful!"
f7The official canvasa of the election
for the eiybt State Officers lately chrven.
in New York, shows an average Whig
maj of 1 52 only. Close work, that !
Allotments on the North Branch
On Saturdt) the Boa'd of Cams! C ,n
missioners made the following allotment.
of the work in the North Brunch I'nuei :
Srrion--l I. Jacob Seiber e. Co.;
I J. Dykeiis & Wendel ; 21. John Mc-
Curd ; 27. Patrick Burke ; 67. Patrick
Burke; 69. Sturdivant Ac Ltttle; 75.
J'icob SS-iber Si Co. ; 98. J. & J. Lamon ;
111. John Snndgrass; 112. John Snod-
t;ras; 113. Mead 6i larrtgan; it 4.
Francis Blair At U. ; 134. Jackson M
Fiidden ; 159. John Sturdivant ; 1C2.
Geort Liebrick ; 173- Cochrane ot Mc-
line;l4. John McMahon ; 182. Ko-
dy McUee&C'o. ; 183. Edward Kerns
& Cu. ; 184. m. Phelan 6t Uo.
Boston. Dee. I.
Last evening the mutilated remains of a
body .supposed to be those of Dr.Parkmm,
were found under the Medical College,
where he was last si en a'ive. At 1 1 o'clock
Professor Webster, of the College, was ar-
ested upon suj icion of having committed
the murder, end was lodged in j iil. When
arrested he displayed the greatest agitation.
I he whole affair about to undergo a rigid
investigation. I he evidence is believed to
be wholly of a circumstantial character.
A subsequent despatch says that Dr.
Parkmaifs remains are reported to have
been found in the Medical College, in Dr-
Webster's private room, mostly burned.
Dr. W. is now coufiued in the L veiett
Later reporta bear etrongly against Dr
C7Charles M.(eafhar,of Ruh town
ship, Northumberland county, has been ar
rested in Mount Vernon, Ohio, on a charge
of having stolen money to the amount of
about $1000 trom different letters mailed
and received at the Poat Office in thia Bo
rough where be had lately been employed
P. S Since the above waa in type, a
letter has been received from Mr. Garret
son, staling that the aum of $3664 in cash
and checka had been found in the posses
sion of young Gesrhari, aud placed in the
hands of the Sheriff of Mount Vernon for
safe keeping. It will probably take some
time before Mr. Garretson can return.
Mr. A. C. Goel, agent of Prof. Morse,
visited Danville last week, and ia n w en
gaged in making arranpements for building
the Susquehanna river and North and West
Branch Telegraph line; he ia soliciting
stock for this important enterprise. By
ibis line it la proposed to connect all the
pssacwal towna on the Susquehanna and
the branches, with Ilsrrisburg. Baltimore,
The Cegi:4aiore ol Alabama have elec
ted Wm. Ui King and Jeremiah Clemms,
as Senators of the United States from that
State. Mr. &g 's prenl a member
of thrSanate,Ai8-lerm expiring in.l$5S(
Mr. Clemens, wh"b a-Taylor democrat,
is chosen in place- ol &sj Fitzpatrigk,
whose termrajerwitt-leV'5 ,
c Thittj-lint Congress. (
-. The first session commenced at Wash
ington on Monday last. Tha Senate was
organized with 40 Members, but nothing
of interest occurred. )
. .-V. v -;-- Horai.
Tbe House oi lUpresentatiecalled
to order ai It o'elockj oy Tba.J.Cmpbell,
former Clerk. - ' '
The roll being called, all the returned
members answered except Shepherd of N
C.-Kinc nf Ga.rAbmn ofAIarid Oemrv
fof Tenn. 4 VVhips also Brown of Miss
and Hubbard f f AI, 2 Democrats and
Julian of lod, Free Soiler.
' Number present, 223 absent, 7 one
vacancy in Talfrey's utMtrici, Mnss.
On motion of Mr. Boyd, the house pro
ceeded to the election viva voci for Spea
ker. ' .
Meosrs. Duer, of N. Y. ; Miller, of Ohio;
Hilh'ird, ot Ala., and Strong, of Pa., were
The (louse having proceeded to ballot,
the following was the result, via :
Howell Cobb of Ga, Deal 103
Robe C Wioihrop of Maw. Whig 6
DiviJ Wilmot of Pa, Fres Soil a
Merrdith P Gentry of Teoo. Whie 6
Horace Manu of Mass F. S. Whig t
. i J as Thompson of Pa, Dem , 1
C F Cleveland of Ct, Ucrn 1
J A S. da n of Vs. Dsn 1
Jos I. Orr or 8 C. Den 1
1 David T Dimes of O. Dt-m I
in. M Root 0f O, F. 8. Whig 1
eessary to a choice 111.
Cobb and Winthrop did not vole.
There being no election, the House pro
ceeded to a second ballot. The vote re
sulted m follows, viz : Cobb ol Georgia.
103; Winthrop 97; Wilmot 8 ; Muun2;
Cleveland I ; Durkue 1 ; Stunton, oi
Tenn. 1 ; Gentrr, f ; Wom'wnrd, of
Houth Ciroluia. 1 ; Dsney,oi Ohio, I ;
Jdmes Thompson, 1 ; St-'tUfii, of Viri;iui,
1. 221 votes. There w,nj no election,
A third ballot was had.when it appeared
that Mr. Cobb received 10-'; Wimhroi ,
j 96 . W,inot. 7 ; Gentry, 8 ; Mann. S i
Clevf-lnndf2; and scatter tig t 221 voles.
I here being no election.
Mr. Holmes moved that the House ad
journ ; and on motion the question waa ta
ken by teller Messrs. Cabell, of Florida,
and Boyd, of Kentucky, acting as suub.
The House refused to adjourn bv a vole of
97 in the affirmative aud log in the
The House then pinceeded to a fourth
ballot. It resulted as follows, viz : Cobb,
l(t-2 ; Winthrop, 90 ; Sedden, 2 ; Gentry.
6 ; Cleveland, 2 ; Mann, 2 ; Jas. Thomp
son, I ; Stanton, ol Tenn., 1 ; Booth, 1 ;
Wilmot, 7 ; Potter, 1 total 221. There
being no choice and r.o prospect of one.
On motion of Mr. Levin, ihe Hou-e
agreed on a conn! hv tellers. lo adjourn till
to-morrow wornm at 12 o'clock. There
'HMPjj 121 for the niljurnnieut, no couni
was taken oi ihe negative. '
It is qniie doubtful when the House
will be orHn;zcd, and also aa to who
i he Speaker will Le.
Postmaster General's Report.
Thia document appears In 'yesterday's
Baltimore Sun. It speaks well for thai
Officer and for the Low Postage System.
Judge Collamer estimates an excess of
revenue in the Department at the end of
the present fiscal )ear of One Million of
recommends a unif irm rate of letter
postage at five cents per half ounce.
' The cost of transportation iu every mode
except by rail road has been reduced.
K. A Ku zner, van e'ertril ou ihe 3d
ill., Brigade Inspector of the Norhun.ber
lnd county Brigade, in place of Mnj. V.
H. Kae, elected Mnj. General of the Di
vision. Solomon Gudykunst, formerly of Mil
ton, has been appointed Postmaster at Jer
The next meeting of the Lewisburg To
tal Abstinence Society will be held in the
Lutheran Chureh, Tuesday evening next.
Dee. 11. Addresses may he expected.
SAM'L GEDDES, Pies.
C. E. ReRHv, Sec.
Corrected this day
Cloveiseed . . .
Tallow . .
In East BjIThIo, the 29ih ult.. by John
Gundy, Esq., Sami kl Mbck, of East Buf-
falo, and Mis SttsANNAM Stbtlbk, of
Union J p. ..
' In Buffalo Tp, Friday evening the 30th
ult., Johx Karn-vaw, Sen., in his 80th
year one of the oldest reside nU- in tbe
Valley. , ,.' - . : i ,t" '
J EWE LRY,
Eyer k Tboinpton,
WATLH-M KERS and JEWELERS,
respectfully inlormjtl.e citizens of
Lewisburg and vicmityj lint tbey hove
located on Market Si. bt-fwten 8danJ 4'n
sooth side, where they urc'prepaitd to ex
ecute all kinds of work in their line in the
best and mot wprknibo'il.e . .aiaoner.
Cloijitonrf Watilles 'ofi evf ry a!rtrHin
neailv n'tiaired. iind Warranted.
The subscnljers flat'er themselves that
they are well qua'ifst'd and prepareJ, (both
us it reirards their kiiowledije, skill, and
experience in toe nustneas, anu
having a pood assortmeul ol the best Eng
lish and French materials,) to give entire
satisfaction to ciMtomeis and particularly
FINE WATCHKd, such as Duplea Es
capements, Lepines, Anchar, Detached
and Patent Levers, R-ipeuters, Mu-ical
Watches,&c&.c will be cart fully repaired
and warrant'd to perform well. The work
will be executed as salely and equally as
well as ihe same could be done in Philadel
phia City or elsewhere.
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, and a
variety of goods too numerous to mention,
for sale at the lowest prices. All articles
warranted to be precisely what they are
N. 11. The golJen rule in our business
iscc and in order lojustTy our prices.
this will be required. GCTI'leas give us
a call, as we am determined to please both
in work and in prices.
J. L. EYER.
IwUbm-g. No. 28 149.
Maor. General's Orricu.
Rushtown, Northumberland county
O-tober atl, 1819
THE sirnpli -i:y and durability of the
Undress Uniform of the L'ni'ed Siirie
Army, accord with the spirit of our insti
tutions, and therefore the Field snd S'aff
Officers will adopt lh undress Frm-k Coai
and Forajjf Cap ol United Stat'-s Army.
Those Olficers who huve etfra ' procu
red the full uniform, nre not i:. !:,i!,-d in
this order. WM. H. K?K,
Nov 15, 1849. Maj Gen. 9th D!v P.V.
BARGAINS AT THE CHEAP STORE.
Latest Arrival !
ST r-ceiveii and now ofli-red for the
inspection of the public, our complete
of Merchandize ndapted to this Mrket
1 Foreign and Domestic
all of which i-.-.vi- btt-n nun-hased at rates
which enaLle us to sell (iood.s
rlieapest of any in town !
Tliaiiltfo! for pnt li'.'t ral patroimEe from n
discriminating public, we hope to nirrit nnd
receive its cnntiiuianre nnd extension.
Rt-ineiniier. the 0d Cheap Store is the
place for uaruains ! !
C. E. BOWES.
Lewisburg. Nov. 27. 1649
IS hereby given to James Harris. Mnrtha
Harris, Laird Howard, David Howard,
Thomas Howard, Harriett, intermarried
with Dr. Thomas V'anvntzh, Ann, inter
matr:ed with William Wilson, Jane, inter
married with Joseph Green, heirs and
legal representatives of Willi.. L- II vn
r:s, late of Union county, Pennsylvania,
deceased, that iu pursuance of a writ of
partition and valuation issued out ol the
Orphans Court of Mercer county, that an
Inquest wril he held on Donation L it ISo.
726, of 200 acres, in the 4th District of
Donation Land in Mercer county, nn Ihe
12h day ol Dccemlter neat, at which lime
jou may attend if you see proper.
JAMKS M Kit. AN, Sheriff.
Mercer. Pb., Nov. 12.1849.
Orphans9 Court Sale
T)Y virtue of an order of the Orphans'
XJ Court of Union county, will he exposed
to public sale on TnranAY the 12th Dec,
neiLthe undivided la-lwetfiha of a certain me
auaje and tract of Und situated in Waal Bulla lo
townabip. bounded by lands uf Pater Hlahl, Jr.
Robert Marker, I'hilip Ruhl and others, contain
ing Tl acres and V9 perch aa, about 'r"j
acres cleared, and on which ars erected 22L
rlog House anJ Barn, with a spring of water
si Jl the door, and other improvements.
Sjle to commence at. 10 o'clock. A. M., when
terms of sale will be made known hy
Guardian of Catharine and Priscilla Lets.
ALSO, at the sume time and po.ee. he
mlereal of the lemaming owners of tr. oe
iract of Und will b sold, and terms matt - kijo.vn
by aMCEL EWfiNG. '
Agent oi ihe Heirs of blixabelh t.uii, Ues d.
No. 10. ITS 19
CAMM into ihe enclosure of the
subscriber, several weeks since, a
RKD BULL CALF, supjiosed- lo be about
year old. The owner is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges,
and take it away. , ..
. WILLlAV.vriI.SOX. Jut.
' ffelley Tiv Nijv. 26, 1819.. 4
QAA HEMLOCK RAILS, S inches
O J yJ i itock and 12 liet long, Ibr
sale for Cash only. S.AKMON.
; Lewiaburg. Dec. 4 " -
fliew goods! new goods!
OF THE SEASONi .
And yet Cheaper than any ether
Goods in the market I
THE subscriber ia now receiving and
WINTER STOCK f FRESH GOODS.
from on bonrd canal-boats Emma Beuhlah
and Odd-Fellow, which he invites the citi
zens generally to call and examine, and
realize the (act that they can buv at ems'
ler profits thin at any other store in Lew
isburg and particularly Brown Sheetings,
Satinetts, Cloths, Shawls, Detains, Shoes,
Boots, and Caps.
Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oata. Buckwheat,
Potatoes, and Cash, at market value, ree'd
in payment for goods.
S. S. BARTON.
Nov. 2B, 1849
O HEKIFF 8Al.ES.-Ths Sheriff of Union
i3 i ouiiIv sell t thr Com I Hu in Nw
Urtin nn Monisv 17th De at .
A trvct uf UnJ in Chspmsn Tp. of about 290
or 1S6 rlea ed. on which sie a frame bousr
and ba-n t I. n nil h ux s sml slalil'a "
mill, spplr orchard, &r. mlj iliiin; ln I of Joh
Hrrchrisi, Th" Thui-hv Jhn SMivdi-r aud J"hn
)fUM-r uld a- the proprriy uf Eml Auckcr.
A I'd of pr.'in.d iu Mililinharf n.ir. a Iuilh
of ,n men bouixlril I t tlie Turnpike. Fouiidiy ul
Drir.hch A t'o hfirn if filx-iwinx', anJ an
alley, on ahich are a Iw aimey l-ri' It h mw a
wldlrr shop, a siatile. and wrll wiib a pump
as Ihe pr"Cij uf David Hit'.
A I I - f i'iir fourth f an sera in Near B-il i:
itjoiiiiug tanJ. if Itj.iJ filn.ee. " Mak't
Mi.et, an Alley.'a' d Iaac ftnker. whi-rt-on an-
a til .r liamr Imn.e bill b.ru, well HQ a
pump. nJ fruit Ore sld aa the p'ojwj of
Ah' two l.t of irrnrn.) in Slinarne. eontai
nifte aliol rne ba.f arre. bounded hv Hnd of
Mm liver. Main and Wairr strerta. and an
Aluy, heron ae a lo hiu-e. lo viable and
oilier oulbuibliii; ; -o a I "I on the l.le of (jue.
hoiifiilrd b- Lot 6, thf r- nn'a ttanal. Lot N"
H. and Penn- rirrk. wheieon is nec'i-J a fraia
narebousr anlii a the proerlv off faundiuni
AIo a tract of land in Henna township, cun
uining "5 arr adj . iiiing Inur- of Vi ler and Jn
llj ly. J hn Tmiii nj John Keaa. whereow tvr
a loc hon. Ii'g barn. I l.rWlilh abp. sprint;
htHisr- t nd a po ufrhanl-aold aa ibe properly of
The f.'l imii.E aer.wniia are to be presents I t"
the O'phm's V- nrt f I'lnuii c 'unlj oil Monila,
4ih Llee in-t f o r.-nfirmmon and allowanre.
I'srlinl arc" of John Si-hr'rlt. an Admr of D
Wbi H l.iidwis, lale uf I.ewilior; Boro
Atcl of Jonaa rasjmaii, Et( uf Wot Br'wn,
late of t'nion Tp
Arrl of John l!an. f.uantian ul Franklin
n Uuekt'k. of M'Quitmrj Uoro'!
Aid ol A and I. Ii'.diue-, Admra vf Tboqaa
IJ.ling-. li e "f UuflM e I p
Ari-t i f ( h'lv.nu I.'ii.giich. Adiur ui Samuel
Swaitz, lain of V.'ahn g'on Tp
A.ct of Nn Midd e-warth, AJinr of Henry
Knitlle. lt of lteer Tp
Issuo List, Term Dec 17, 1319.
U'tis n fur Siiner vs R u-e wiih a t to Z ma
Ms..ii v J J).id auil K Uiny
Jarob H.fi-r vs Albert Wii.egan'eri
Mary Dubois vs S oi J Bowerwi
Juiiie. l'vilry vs Abbot tinea
hand Hoover fs lararl Cuielius
Moalzand llarier vs Chrisl and Crahara
G ililcs & Mr..h ts lli-nry Huinmtl
Robt Chsinbe s vs Daaid Herr
Piter tlillmyrr vs Jno liariman tt Chs Vollv
I. Mans a J Law,h Js A iiillineyer snd T T
I. B Clir'na vs James 3 Mir-h
Michael Peters s M A ittrk
J.mea ftiver v Pml Ii. ihtcl & A Olcfiant
(o Chappel vs Ralpb Ditty
Kinsman uae of Riley v II W Snyi'rr
rimes Willian.son vs John M bwelvev
Wm R horg vsaml Uauj t
Whit. AVMt rine,tnd of E.ldi. k vs B.irigee& t'amp
same vs Markle Ii align it Cump
Jonathan Zellrra vs S I. Berk
H nry Hiad-hrr vs Hei.iy Voiiheime- Jr
W'm M Kennedy Jt wife s Jno ll- n & Jos Stock
Rbosds for ('antn r uve Vsj;naelr va (iundrum
ii B. nnr use of 8 Frank vs (ieo Adma
ChtMtr Bogennfs as W H Thompson
Maasrl f..f Men va Maikb , Barigea and Camp
Jac Renglrr va Danl Rentier , : .
Wbillork for Urabaaa. use M 4 A M.ikle dec
fmib of Pa t-t Kubt Huyes vs II 8 Dover ct al
Robl D Cumminga va Geo Bioww '
And M'Clenaban vs Jac I.eiaer and John Rank
Cbrialisna Rumfilt vs commutes of Uev UurJoiv
John Knjdu vs Moses Finher . , ,
Philip Znger vs Joseph Cbailrs
1 bos Reed vs Jacob Lewis
Jac Rengler Es'r Jno Renglrr vs Dsnl Rentier
Saml Hrudi is-n vs U W Caldwell with not. to R
John H Weber va "A m C.hraa
Ruhl for Utaham and fJhil va Jared livin
Pinion Hummel va Thus Vesri. k
John M Benfer Csnd Long
Peier GcimjD vs Vl K Wagensrllev aorv, pari
Dun! and Caroline Jail.lt va U L Mailiuap si al
John Rigel va Jaroti Herder .
Jac rWpher vs Jac ypber snd Elne Nejlian
Jno Uittirrl St Co vs Wm J May& Reutvu Klosa
Valentino Hsae vs Henry f pavd et al
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G W IjIwbslV va Riller & Kliue with not to G.G
D & Paterson ve d
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ilbert vs L wi Ritter do -.
Jt R Hayes vsRiurr &. Kline d
W F Wagena. lirr v H VV Snyder
Geo Fers vs (.'has .fluin- r
Plait Kni now ue 4 Collins-ve Jared livin
Jmo'j Milhr va Danl Keog'ef
Oto Hsin v Sri. moa St'S3ar i
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