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BY O. N. WORDEN AND J. E. CORNELIUS.
'THE UNION," establish! in lSUWIiale N- 2,700.
LEWISBORG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 18G1
At I.5 per Year, nlnays In Advance.
"CHRONICLE," estal.Mifl in IS 13 Whole So, 1,079.
u a Hr u
Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon.
ftgr-Judgo Woods arrived last uigbt.
News from Sherman and Thomas con
is reported Scc'y
Stanton calls for oUO.COO uiore men, to
11 (be plaets tf those whoso time is up.
JtjBartc!ifio!J, the Kloonkoo Indian
traveling wi;h Seth Iv in man. r.iil nn tlm
Sil inst. lit I'hilin ILKrrJn
1 " f . - . l . utvft
Valley. IIo was 10 yours old.
AppmiituHMit l-y the -ctvtnry of tlif Trt-oFtiry.
Charles 11. Miriucr ta be Collector of
the 11th Pifririct.
An uiutc:. Ltf ty l'rovoit Mnishni 1. cnrr.il Fry.
Copt. W'ni. II. l'iit (cron, Assistant
Provost Mart-bat, ll'h District.
tL. 1 j I f I 1 il 1... II i
Nhrinnr. vhn il.'f'irtpfi f!m (rirriiiitrnArit
Dr. I. 11. Waironsoller. Sun-eon .,f the.
Board, vico Dr. S T Charlton, resicned.
We understand that the new board of!
enrollment will inter upon their duties on
Monday next. The Collector will not -fume
bis office for a few wetks JJarris
lurrf Ttlrjnijih f tSiturihii Ltd.
t&rE litors often betray a low estimate
Tjf the character unJ iutelligencs of their
readers. For example, the first article in
last Friday's Suubury Dem tcrat reads as
"York city f re, va the work of men who
iesire to be poliueally revenged upon the
great Democratic uronholii."
The Aarousburg Ikrich'xr also asserted
that the attempted terrible fires in New
York city were the work of Abolitionists.
What are the firt? 1st, Kiehmoud
papers, both before an 1 after that event,
openly urged aud advocated tho burning
of the Union cities by private bauds. '21,
Through secret agents, See'y Seward had
Hews of the Xew Vork plot, of which he
warned the authorities, but tho Copper
bead Mayor sneered at it, while the l.'nioo j
policemen were on the alert, extinguished '
tho flames at their outbreak, anil saved
tbelivcs of unknown theusaudof innocent
men, women and children. 3d, Tho only
principal hotel nut firal was the Rebels'
and their vmnahi7,'ii, linaiT.niit.rtfra in
j , - .v
be ci,y- I
The Gaelic and the B rUht. r ara the ;
organs of the predominant party iu tbeir ;
respective counties, and seem to calculate !
largely and perhaps safely upon the
gnllibiMtyof such of tbeir party as can read .
UAy,,V,.,."JW..r0 tho clooiioo, j
thrrn unoemrcd in Now York littlo book !
peuly advocating the intermarriage of;
blacks with whites. Itepublican ppers ,
paid do more attention to it than to any j
Other "ecntatiou" book, but y Copperhds :
quoted it as a marvelous j)rof that Old
Abe advocated amalgamation ! Sinco tbe
election it bas leaked out that the work
teas written Ly tiro Democrat. Tho song
A 11 hail tliou flauntin? lii,"
also, was written by an Irish Demicrat !
Yet both these aro falsely paraded before
Ibe people as Republican doctrines ! Was
there ever a fouler party than one which
retorts to such mean forgeries to deceive
and mislead tho boncst masses 1
The Ltwit!ur!f Argun has "zone dead." It
died of higher isrs ri M, as n ha I mi roiieh
to cay about the colored race. Ultonaburg
Our neighbor should not make sport of
tbe misforlnncs of ibe Typos. ' Nigger
OD the brain" is a perfectly Democratic ;
disease, and bas been "constitutional"
with all tho Argus' engineers, at least
from Purdy's day down to Winegarden's.
The malady always raged so violently as ,
to induce "softening" of tbo afflicted
caputs. Hence the frequent but fruitless
ChtDgee in that Stockholders' Organ.
Sn, when a mlnc f,-rer burns
Frnio Fi'le to sj.l- tlie nutii'nt turns,
YetaTtir flndu it all in Tain
To ebang tha rLee but kp the FAI!.".
"The 32il nf 'Jet. was the 47r.ih day of 'he
Birge of Charleston. Daily for Charleston '."
If any one supposes tho above to have
been found in a Richmond or Charleston
paper, be is much mistaken. It is from
. wppernead journal supported in Central
renneylvania. When a man hurra tor
Charleston in such a contest, it is natural ue following table accompanied tho
lo suppose his heart is with the Rebels if , President's Message. It shows the g
kis legs are too cowardly to take to them ' fircEat0 Totcs in tu" States named at tbo
lis traitorous carcase. Yot theso aro iho i Presidential olections in 1SG0 and 18G4 :
chaps who whino about tbe ''freedom of'
Ibe press" being destroyed ! j
Scene oh IMarket St. Roys teazj a
torse until be breaks away and runs eff
with a cutter thill striking his hind legs j
efery jump be takes. i
Kctncdy : Tan such boys' hides so Ibat
Ibe? will always romcmbr it, then collect i
damages for horse, harness and vehicle, off
Ibe respected ancestors of the interesting
Joseph Richards, of Capt. Henry
K. Ritter's Company in IS lib P. V., bas
reached Annapolis. He 'says Klias C. i
Gembcrlinz, Samuel Nivcn. Joel Erdlv. :
Jaeob A. lionrer ll r!iin rion :
Of bis Comnanv. r,,u n.,i :
were among the Union prisoners starved
to death at Andersonvillo !
Jloseerans, and others won tbe victories
fop whioh 31'Clellan became rmted. n,l
for Which he was advanced to take the
place of Scott. Vet it is remarkable that
10 all Western Virginia, only one small
county, in the ox'remo South iUast corner,
.M'ClUun a uijjirity.
f-R Tut MAB A Clll:.M. IK.
At.K XANHU1A, Va., Doc. 15, 1SG1.
Our Regiment is now uartercd in Al
rxundrii, where I think we will remain,
until pj ring, ut least. The companies are
divided iuta fipad.s, each Mjiad having a
different duty to perform. Some are ued
in guarding the trains which run out the
Orange .V Alexandria It. H. as far as Rull
Kun. The 202d are scattered a!on tLi.-t
Some aro used as patrols; some
as de'ectives, (who aro very annoying to
soldiers who happen to stray away from
their posts without a pass, or who may,
accidentally, get a little too much "bever
age." on ;) and the reinaiuder ara on the
rand Guard which encircles tbo city.
The f'iad that I am with is nn the Grand
Guard, a u J stationed on the bank of the
with the National Capitol in
We have a pretty good chance tf
ccin? wha' ' S"'"S on in this direction
u tuuday weei, there were fourteen
large steamers, heavily laden with troupe,
passed hero, down tho l'otomae. Last ;
night there wero ciIit m ire followed,
with the same kind of a burthen. Where '
they are bound for, I am unable to say. i
Tho soldiers about here are all in good
t-pirits, and teem to think that this Ho-;
Demon is anoui p.ayea out. It is realiv
surprising to see tho quantity of boxes!
that daily arrive here for Undo Sam's ;
boys. Ibeso boxes are generally filled I
;. ,, t ,, ,, , i
one is almost ltd to believe that Christmas
is already here.
We have been experiencing somo very
cold weather for the last week. Ou Sat
urday last, we had giod sleighing, but it
disappeared with the day. l),i Tii"S lay
morning last, the l'.itoiiuc was fnzeii
over, but by seven o'cl iek the steamers
had the channel open. The weather s'.il!
Our Captain ((). W. Fenn) is Judge
Advocate of a General Court Martini that
hrtS ht'PTl l.itrii,fr h rn f, p lltn )..ct .... fnili '
-h ...u .u. ' . i i".
Lieut. J. Henry lirowu, of tho '2U2d, is a
uiuiiiber on the same Court. W.F.U.
Supreme Court of the Union.
As head of the highest judicial tribunal
in the United S.ates,the Chief Jasticu has
a station second only to that of President
! in dL'nifc arid i in i,irfrinfi '
-- - - j (
The death of Chief Justice Taney, nud .
the al,p0intm,,nt of Simon P. Chase, has
rewoluMonizjd a vemrablo and too long
s,,cure rcf,;.. of tbe u,n,p-,j wrongs of
s,scry. tho A Jininisiratiou of
ir. Lincolu, live vacancies have occurred
iD ,bo Supreme Court, and have been
fi'leJ b tb' ""t'lo class called "Aboli-
tiouists" by the Dcmncrats, at the head of
whom now is tbe Chief Ju-tieo.
Since the adaption oT tho Constitution,
the present is the fifth Chief Justice :
John Jay of New York,
O- , .... . .
.iver hilsworth ot ('unnootiouf,
John Marshall of Virginia,
K ig'r liriokd Taaey of Miryl.ial,
Salmon PortlauJ Chase uf Ohio.
Jay and Liisworth were appoiutcd by
Washington, aud both resigned. Mar-
shall was appointed by John Adams, and
hold his station for thirty-four years, dying
at tho ago of eighty. Taucy was appoin
ted by Gen. Jackson, and held for almost
thirty years, dying at the ago of cighty
eeveu. Mr. Chase, ju.it appointed, is not
quite fifty-seven, of commanding figure,
aud most excellent health.
The salary of Chief Justico is six thou-
sand five hundred dailars, and that of tho
Associato Jasticcs sis thousaud dollars, i
Tbe Court as now con-1
each, per annum.
stitutcd is as follows
Salmon P. Chase of Ohio.
Nathan Clifford of Maine,
Samuel Nelson of New York,
Robert C. Gricr of Pennsylvania,
David M. Wayne of Goorgia,
David Davis of Illinois,
John Catron of Tennesseo,
Noah II. Swayno of Ohio,
Samuel F. Miller of Iowa,
Stephen J. Field of California.
Tbe Court meets on tho first Monday of
December, each year, at Washington. i
ATee Va tQ 'r,r, ani 18g, i
Tele V0le ln 1J"'J ana lool. j
730, till I
1 1 111)
55.8 1 1 j
The Lead Letter Office.
The 1'ostma.L.r General's report con-
tains some curious Matistics relating to
this branch of the Department.
The whole cumber of dead lettors
received during the year, wis over three
and a half iiiiilions, au iucreaso of nearly
a million over tho preceding year.
1 Lere wcrfl returned to toe respective
owners, "25,75- money letters, continuing
Sl-il.fill. The number of letters contain-
in; papers of value, suob as checks, druf's,
bills of exchange, was 12, 10, and
tho va'ua of tho enclosures was $1,-
()15,(k)1. Tho a-mouut of money annually
sent as:ray is surprising.
LetterscontaiiiinB photoersnlis, jewelry,
Slc, numbered 43,380. lu May last, a
large number of packages, containing mis
cellaneous articles, which had been accu-
; njulatiug fof ,ovcn, werfl classiIicd
i and sold at public ntiotiou, tho proceeds
amnuuting to S 1,175.-7.
Tho Lumber of what might be called
letter-writers' blunder? that is, letters
misdirected, or without postage stamps
was 115, iil'l. Tho misdirections alone,
which were so bad that tho letters could
not bo delivered, wero GS,0G3. A lurge
number of this last class were without any
address whatever, and in many instances
contained incisures of value.
T, A.yr l .. u j .
Tbero wero 4,'2o0 letters addressed to
fietiliou.s persnus or firms, evidently for
the purpose f conducting some fraudulent
Lusiucss, many of them containing remit
ta:;eos. There wen 11,010 dead letters written
in foreign lancuagcs. Tho Postmaster
tleiieral remaik", that during the first
year of the UeLillion, tho number of let
ters which passed between tho United
States and European countries decreased,
whiie at the same time the ratio uf letters
increased. Kach eubsefiuent
rure.'peLdrnco Las been in-
wi.ile the ratio of dead letters
e i 1.11. me, n inn, 4. mnu ui uiun ivnti J
retired to Lumpa has decreased.
Tho gross revenuo derived from the
dead po-tug'! cellictcd on the letters sent
cut and delivered, amounted to 823.GG3.-
nut nf u 'I,!..!, ttr.i nu!,l ttiA nlartcrnn.
plryed in directinj them.
AIUi:-;' ami ChiUm.'.- nat?.
I.T. -I ev!. :.t ( II I;l,M UAKVUUll i bO.Ni.
.uu:iutfi.o.l II, tel. ri,i!i,.ll t,:a
Pi.EAsiNti Incident. llev. Dr. Korj
Jull, who recently returned from a visit
to Califirui a, communicates the following :
'A nonr lirilo hov t,ronht lo thn l'air
ilCjj a, MarVsvilie a whilo chicken, which
' was all ho bad to offer, raying it miht
maku some broth for a poor siek soldier,
,Ij uai1 decked this little offering with a
j ! of red' whU0 a"'1 bluc bUt,b0
i iiuu uii Lliouey iu i;,iv ua tuuuuLJ fci ,
I o.i.i a-1 a rrinitncf nl lhA rl.inr A. I , n
parsed down tho street, a gentleman,
seeing his distress, listened to his story,
gave him a ticket and sent him in. The
simplicity of the child and the beauty of
the elTerin attracted attention, and the
' chicken was put up and sold for four hun-
dred dollars in gold for the Sanitary Com
AfIK.S' Fb'IIS. PurcliiisrTs mnv
rlv lie'-n u-tt:nir III' 1-i.r Furs at CI1AKI.KS
UAKFoUO v ei.iiiiuriitul lluti-1, rLiiadcii'lua
Dr.Itolcrt K. Heed, Washington county,
Pa., formerly Member of Congress, aged
5G years. II:; was a momber of tho last
Legislature, and was re-elected for tho !
next, (in the H. of 11.)
M"- li" W. Farnham, authoress and
I philanthropist, ngod 49 years.
Wm. M. Kerr, President of Harrisburg
uank, aged 4'J years.
Henry R. Schoolcraft, at asbington,
! 11th inst., aged 72 yrs. Ho wrote much
respecting tho Indians in the N. W.
ADIKS' and ChiMrcn's Tfat?.
Uti .t -t v-l-
ut CIUIIt.ES OAKtUllU fiONM,
One of the teachers at Middleburg, Sny
der county, whilo whipping a boy, acciden
tally knocked an eve out of another. Thai
rod was broken, and tbo end of it struck
l ho unfortunato lad in tho eye, with tbo
I APIE.5' FUlW.-Porchars mar
t i,,f.lliB, , ,,t Fu ,t haui.es
UAIit'OiUI i. SONS, Cuutiu. utal Hot. I, l'jlluJi.l,Lm
llrig. Gen. Thomas Egan, wonnded
near Petersburg, has been appointed Rro
vet Major General, for gallant service on
the Geld of battle.
Gen. Egan is tho one who forwarded
U0U10 Capt. Elmondi' Company Election
,lU..t f(fl(,, , tuMrtl.KS (iAKf0l;D4 SONS,
l'Utineiit.il II. ,1.1. 1'liilu,trl.iia
'o'-.i . ; graduates of Lewishurg University, have
- ' taken chargo of Madison Academy, at
I'..',',,' ! Uavcrly, Luzerne Co., Pa.
42,534! T A DIES' FITRS. T!10 lrrrc?t ns-
90,0110 J J n.rlment r fll.Mil.lS OAKFOliU SONS, Cun
GO 1 I 1 l""u1"' I' I'liilaJ :'I;.liia
128.so! A littlo child of Mr. David Fox, of
Royertown, in Horks county, accidentally
poisoned itself by eating arsenic which had
been mixed up in molasses and placed on
the sill for tho purposo of destroying flies.
f 1 EXTLEM EX'S II ATS. All the
VI lat.-t at ITURI.KS OAKrOKU SONS,
Uiiitilu'i.tal 11, .tel, l'l,lla,jrl; bia
The Northumberland County Rank, at
Shamokin. is now a national institution.
I:s title is "Northumberland County j
AIMES FUItS. Tho larircst as-!
Ii vitin. in al CIIAl.l.ls oAB,tyKl sOt,t.ou. i
t.u.ulj llU-l. 1'h.lau.lj.Ll. 1
"Give us back our Old Commander !"
The Vitulunj Cwtte baa the annexed :
etatomcnt of the Pennsylvania Army vote j
j by Counties. I will be seen that only 3 '
0f tho worst CoDorhod .nn,.i;. ,.. :
! trifling majority of Soldiers' votes for him
onoa the pride of tbo Potomao Army :
aksit vum" run m JORrrii vrn
Lini'uln. M'(lllall. Lln-uln. MX'I.
ioO 130 120
2,(i'J2 82U l,?G'i
SGI 202 159
SS-2 107 215
230 100 133
4G5 100 275
513 337 17
205 103 102
411 124 27
j j r Ic 3
051 74 577
' Huntingdon 450
, r i . n.ta
, vorthlln.bM 2-29
! Susquehanna 357
27,000 13,131 11,439
TUB WHOLE VOTE.
Home Vote Lincoln, 2GS,7S9 6,010
Army Vote Lincoln,
Lincoln has a majority of both Home j gus(a papeH of tha ylh init f from wLicIl (f an. tht.refore a ppr,on inil.,lPi, , sai)
and Army votes. Most of M'Clollan's j it would appear that Sherman's forces , etaie are requested to make iminntiaie pav
aroiy vote was from drafted men, while i were then widely scattered, a part of them : n,ei". an'' ,h,1'e havini jum rlaim ?eaini
the veterans and the volunteers generally I Savannah, while another was in the ; lr:rrl'1r,rCCDnhL'm Mi'U aMMr'1
wont for Lincoln. (Dou't the three little
majorities for "our old commander" look
Tho following, though writton many
years ago, is so applicable that one would
aImost upp80 il written for tho present
, times :
"And is it the duty of every man (to
pray) for bis oirn country? God, nature.
j common sense, and self interest say 1 La I
And what must wo think of tbo wrotohes
who not only do Dot thus pray, but labor
lo destroy the publio peace, to subvert tbo
government of tbeir country, to raise se
ditions, and to destroy all its civil and
religious institutions t Think of them f
Why, that hemp would be tlimjmceil by
hanging them." Dr. Adorn Vlark'i Com
mentaries on Psalm 122, 6.
An amusing fact occurred in New York,
on tho visit of Gen. Grant to that city on
Monday. Ho took a hack to conduct bim
to his hotel. Tbe driver, after depositing
the General, gave bis friends the following
toast : "Hero's to mcself, Dennis Con
nelly, the biggest man in Ameriky but
one. I've driven tbe Lieutenant General
of the United States, and it's more than
Bobby Lee ever did." The listeners ap
preciated tbe force of this sentiment and
applauded tbe uttercr.
Lieut. II. W. Sewall, of the U. S. rove
nue service, bas boon tried by oourt-mar-tial,
in Baltimore, upon tho ohargo of
making false returns of payments, thereby
defrauding tho government out of about
$100,000. He was found guilty, and
sentenced to imprisonment for life in tbo
Clinton penitentiary, New York. The
sentence has been approved, and tbo pris
oner removed to the prison.
Coal Dust. There is a company or
ganized in Philadel. to manufacture fuel
out of the dust of coal. Thoy have dis
covered a process by which tbe dust is
formed and kept in a solid compact mass,
and their experiments provo it to be a
very valuable fael. It burns freely and
thoroughly, and gives out as much heat as
"Out of tbe mouth of babes and suck
lings" is truo now as in the day of the
Psalmist. Do readers remember Rebecca, 1
tho littlo white slave girl from the South?
There was a whole ooluino of argument
In hue in.apr. ahdn abi maa nabdil if al.A
()u!. vote for M Clelun I "if I were.
i, , i ii f
tWOCI I W0U1U .
Uco. ltl. 2oM ir. New York, 212.
Second Day's Fiht lefuro NahviIIe!
The attack upon and dufcat nf tho Uebel
invading force, Wednesday, 15th inst., is
given in our last paper. 1 be following
account is of the
day ful.owioff ThumJav. ItSth inst
,1 Omtrti-ri. II. nartmrnt i,f lh. ('ifinlrlanj. I
n' It'iM avtxlile, 1 la. II, P.M. f
To the JVesithiit of the L'. V., it'-c..-
I have the honor to report that tbe i
enemy Las been pressed at all points to-1
i day, on his line of retreat to the Brent-
wood Hills. I bavo ordered tho pursuit
to be continued in tho
morning at day- j
lirht Allhoogh the froops are much fa.
tigucd, the utmost enthusiasm prevails.
Although I have no report of tho num
ber of prisoners captured, I know the
number is largo.
The woods, fields and entrenchments
are strewn with the enemy's small arms,
abandoned in the retreat.
Our loss does not exceed 2,000, and
, ..... . , .am
very lew tiilou. i.eo. w t hum as,
M-ij. Gen. Commanding.
Orlmr renorts Rao Hint l.nn .TaiVdon
. f ' . '
wttn m pieces oi artillery, and -,)w
liebcls were captured, besides many wag-
OnS. bv Gen.' Smith. at.d that Others of'
1 ,, .r .....J j
oners, so that the triumph teems lo bavo
been great, and Hood's army in danger of
cntiru loss. The gunboats in the river
aided in the various actions. "Kvcrybody,
black and white, behaved splendidly,"
says Sec'y Stanton, in publishing the
Hood's communication with Mobile is
severed, and a Union cavalry expedition
towards Mubilo is creating great fear in
Wasiiixoto.v, Dee. 17.
Tho Provost Marshall of Nashvillu re
ports 5,000 prisoners, and 49 ptoses of ar-
tillcry as being already secured, from last
i nurauay s comcsi.
A dispatch from Lexington, this eve -
ning, states that Burhridge had a fi,;bt, at
hingspnrt, lenn., with nasi. luke s bri -
(lade, (formerly John Morgan'.) and rou-
ted them with a loss to tbe enemy of 150 i
killed, wounded and prisoners. Dick
Morgan, a brother of Johu's, was captured. '
Tbo Rebels acknowledge that at Frank-'
lin tbey bad five Generals killed, five '
wounded, and one captured a trrrib'e
hiss of th tfn General in une buttle.
Our cavalry recently swept into
,,. mirnll, ..r-nt inin S W.
Yirgiuia, greatly damaging the Rebels
Slicruian's Grand March !
uii 1 i.r
Rebel papers say Sherman had taken a
fort on tho river which enabled bim to
communicate with the Union fleet. '
Returned prisoners say Sherman had
, , , ' , ' ,
done great damage and was eausmg much
alarm. They think be will take not only
Savannah, but Charleston also.
Washington. Dec. 17. A letter from
'City Point, dated yesterday, 6ayg Ibe
I Richmond papers report nothing official
fr,m TU u-i,; pt.:
" ? t , I K, V i T i :
i irom ueorgia.
i " T. v""
Some of tho Rebel papers aro of the opin
ion that a iunction between Sherman, and i
the forces under Foster and Duhlgreen,
Will bo attempted.
To Maj. Gen. Dix : Dispatches have
, , " , .
been received to-day from Gen. Foster,
who had a personal interview, on the 14th
. ... i,
msr., witn ucn. Sherman, at Jort .l Al- :
lister, Which had been taken by assault on !
the precoding day. Savannah was closely
besieged, and an engagement with tho Reb
el forces there was confidently expected
was to be surrounded in two days, and, if
not surrendered, Sherman would open bis
batteries upon it.
Foster reports that Sherman's army is
in splendid condition, having lived on its
march on tho turkeys, chickens, sweet
potatoes, and other luxuries of the oiti
cens, and that bis march met with but
E M. Stantos, Sec. nf War.
The Rebel raiders from Canada into'
Vermont wero discharged by a Canadiaa ,
Judge on the plea of want of jurisdiction. '
Gen. Dix immediately issued orders for!
the Union forces hereafter to pursue and j
punish such marauders wherever found.
!,. ... ,. ,
Sinoe then, Ihe superior Canadian rulers
have issued orders for tho re-arrest of the ,
outlaws, and the tide of popular opinion '
IhurA lu llimlniv nnainall thoA Annrantl n 1
s -6-."- !
mgrates who are seeking to bring their
mvvu liau.u.. I
Panama, there to tako Dassatro in a U. S.
H.o.,n, K n. ..;..! ib. ir, i
. r.. .e . t .. a . ...
riso, latte luu vessel, auu luru pirates.
Our Government got wind of the game,
let tho "chivalry" como on board, and
then made ihcm prisoners.
On Saturday last two thousand hesd of
cattle, the fruits of Gen. Merritt's expedi
tion to Loudoun Valley, Va, passed tbro' :
Frederick, Md., on tbo way to Pennsylvania !
Corrected Semi- Weekly ly Wall. 0 Smith.
Rye 1 GO
Oats, 32 lb. 80
Rags r.fTr III
Ciiuutry Soap JO
Hotter, prime 8 50
do common 40
Pihid App'o.lV It)
The town of ham kiu baa been incur
iiivii' -l in n,
Hi i.h liinn or nrf
linn a l'oi'ii-fi viii
oh JS'.. iil'i rn .'oi or
at his resi !e:r.ri. mi
..rsaur.iav, !. it
, 1 1 hri -i in,i
RltT. H. A li.ilt. l"t nil Mli C I.IM V, rirnl)
Tr. aul Miah K'hAN W Lf.-.-:. n.Ii-;-l. 1'iii-n C.
I II. K- !! J ilin. 1 in.!. J MIX srtUI. I' rn .
; NorthJ Co, ul !l''l.;'lU1t XKKS. Wl..t I' r I v
. Mi.. in,.n. i,u, k , io..i.i -- tv.
A t T'lrl, tn.,n pi-min i
F I I.AKA 10 1. U ,.l U
Wi.li u,,.T.,,rt. I'. tTll
,.irtit-t , l.w, II i; fr
: dva. ; ,,.,u
I. - .1 II . 1.1
lull. nj"l IT vr. I. ii...
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1 m ;
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! L lly J1 AUiVa 1 :Ma.
mi Tim imt:iM!WKTs. I
I'liu' SI Oct I'.ni :ii iiisrM. !
rw .Iane ar'd i r Srrlrs btsia Janr.ary. !..
Gosnncnca Sabacripr uus with Xttw Vulaine.
rplIK KCI Ki Tie; M .;.y..fc ormrn-n in 1SU. 1
and li. b n pyii-.-fuOy f.i.0.tit lr.l for liiu lm.1 ,
twunty Tfarn. tr in lli i! er.ie tf tli r--rir.
An Cln V Ol I ?; 1, 1 1 1'l 1 ' . mil i : j,rlii t an t it I
lninnHibl f'ir t.f ; a! lls.-r tu iutt 'y lak k.iuih s
fruai th rumiD'tiic. bi'-l.t. it 1 ;, ,!'-. I. wall tl;-J.r.il-
' y "wt.
t'i',i i A-"- .'i-.. i i.lil .V..- '.'..,
'. ail tht '. ai i: I -.'a - f u.r n or, iri.7 i f-
tltt"l. il'W'fl', ,' 1 . '- .' M-V it l,.'vtX
Vilt wni to Otf arlntr ,,ti U- .. , 4 r t-i.r i. fi'tt w.-r'.-.
N' ta itln-tkiflm,; il.i- r,-iii nn r- n-.-1 -t -,l pu'.li-li-Inj
the pkiee will r:Li. i.rwi:i Ti,t .',yi. ;n. I t:n-r
nur rnen.l. ai. l patr.nn iii .1 I u 1.1 n, rviiu .,ur
cirrauti.4 ! in i-ir. th-ir (ruuit t !. ote
" '"' ""'
Th. finr,'nt of Tef F.-neTii. nra rnrr-fuvr iM.Tfvtrl
.a,-h ni'iitli Irrm rh-ntiriir4Ui 1 I', n-liEuyarl.-rlips,
thii. s nn,! IVrt'jiilrj!,
It aim" ! (TiTi- tin- '-,,;r.-"t art!,-Ii's fmm tn- rn tf
tn nn).-t cunuvul t.'rule.'u wntrrs ou to,i-m.f "n.-rl
llir i,rraf (fafNlliitis tf ihr Oiv. r,,u I nr lir rs- ;
l.irn, M-irtiN. s:, n.. I uilt,-, . ..i. 1 rr. :ir-tl.r"U-h
!) h,,.! ahly iliw.i.m4 1, tit. u.,-1 timlisiit an j ii.-:.u- '
i-lifl f t,-it irrf
The K.iiens r Ihr ipnit Nnlahlr !uhllratl.io.
aliu-'i f.- in ti::e- t" l,.i,- ,-. ,..b l vii,i,-n nr X
t.'iiJM an, I ri.in:,ri-hii-iv.- a.j" thw r",l' r 'In
toit i-3i'-,r!H aii-l a afiii ri i-I i t tl, wholo urk. '
f, riu n, twi,r:f. f-uri:r - f tf, i.T 'i -hti n.
Many :l:i articli- in ll," l ,r- 'i i;- .a f.
toil,!. etc rutir, lv i- 'Ml. :it..l it .n :i.ai: ii l il. kaiorti
i 'iri-:uil .-, 1, ct t n'.y 11, . i-I ilii. r. i tu tli Am, ri- au
r. l. r. , ,
The Jllrrll.inr llrnartmcnr. vnta!nlnc i.r! f Ht:-
ri-uiJ ol I ' Ii in i.': 1 A,,:. i i -,.i. I lit. il all -n-.
ti,,DAef nrrv. m j -rtir'H- aua art iti-ma, i n.a,. w.ti
pr.'atrnrt. trxlil i xl n.li-r .r.trrti una lurid I-adili(.
an I a Mh nitl'-h ti. rl Taoi. ' ftlie w-rk. '
frla- h numlyr I rrni'!,i-li -1 ,:th on. ir tnr T".n
tlv i f :tuj nrti.'.t ,i.I,.irl . .. :'.. ;
I Th" ''- nth! Nn.i.'-. r uia.- tnr. inlnim
ftr Jtr jth UJ , fr Uiuan.i. j
! ThJTrlifwilr.i.T riuhn,.r!M .
. iaorabi wrma. Ajir,
Mi. II. wow ni.
9 Brrkmtin Mrtel. rw turk.
The f'-ltcllc M wazirK and Star , Chrnnielf
will he sent for one year for rji.V.O - Cash
in advance al this olTiee
Dissolution of Partnership.
HE Partnership in the pnictire i'f Medi
cine, hererntore existip? between Ine
nndersien-.i. is in, aav aiRso.ven nv mmtmi
I consent. 1 he Hooks will be lefi in lh- nan
j of J)r. Bur? lor imine, li.ne soiilemeni. Any
aeeounis not arllleil unr.l rlie lirl rlsv t t
February next, will be placed in the hands of
Lewis E. Kessler Esn. f. r rol lee-hen.
1 iHi;its n,sn.y,
Pec. 1, iset MMo. W. liUiiti
; TVU s W. Itl'R will mntinnp the !
J ' P"' of Me,lx,ne and can b.-r,,,,-i
suited at the mriee (oroierlv ejcnpied bv ,
Wi,M,n & Bllre Ntr ..rlill.,.a. ire solici..
a liberal share of public pair.mae
! Estate of Charles Gross. Sr., dee'd. :
xI'e,uer'i ,"f A,,'n'
i arle. Cross. Se
DMIMSTRATORS NOTICE. Whereas.
inintsiraiien on the estate
Senior, late of Bulfaloe
' TwP- hlve bccn e''"-'1 ,he -'enber
cilARf.Es omss, jr, Adm'r
BulUloe Tp, Nov. art. s.;i
j Executors' Notice.
"ATTHEKEAS, Letter Tesramenlarv upon
' ,J 'm rJn ''y'
, decease.!, late of East Biill.iloe I -ii, I nnm
clh,v. haye boen , ,he M1,srntirr(
1 bv the Keister of said couniv, in due f..nn ,
.11 . , , i
an persons imienien to sao'c-iai are r.-.in
e'' ' '" pav...e,t, and ,h.e havine claim,
asainw the same will
present tneiu uuiy
authenticated fur settlement. In
.1. A. til NOV,
East RulT.iloe, Nov. 30. I-f.l
Iff t'irl fr ft s ut f I jiritc I
TTORSE Si:s. -Thev are now sell- ;
.1 L MR l to cents pi r p.. nud less than
Ilorse Mine Iron at the t heap Har.lware More have been srant. .1 i il.e subscribers, all pcr
of liEO W PRllCTER i sor.s io 'ebre l ro ihe s.ii t evLUe are r.-iueted
Lcwishurt;. Oct I I, lf.i ! i,. make immed are payment, an I tlioe hav-
I ins cla ms or demands azain-l ihe csiarc of
(rffa ihe sai.l decedent will make known the sumo
fi KATES! a tine assemnent of Ladies'
t j and Gentlemen's Spates tor sal at ihe
Cheap Hardware siore of
:eo W Procter
n,. , . ,, , , , " , , , ,
i he Lewishursr Bank declared a diviJen 1
()f 4 pcr cent- clear p, aI, Xaxffs Me ,u
the Stockholders on demand.
Nov.s.istii. DAMP KEBER. Cash'r
u) l)f 5 ; U) t)C
T OFFER my servires a?ain to the pnblir
in I he way ol ('r)illa; I an !
hav" appiip.1 tor a License lor Hie
W'11 rn.leavor I,.
ive saiisfaclioii in ail u-h
or ine with patronm-e.
DANIEL V. KENNEK
RufTaloe Tp. Nov. I. ll
Executor's Notice. j
TETTER Tesinmrniary on the estate of
t HEIJM X YOST. dee d. Lite of Lewia
buri; horo. t'oion touiuy, h ue been granted
subsrrihir in doe form .if law All I
persons indebted to s?i. riarr are notiiir-,) to
nitike4tiiiueiliaie payment, an.! ihoe having ;
claims against Ihe same mil present ihem i
properly auihentieaieo I, r .Mlemeni i.i
IrtJrt HA1 IP ii Elicit. Exe.-ui..r
CONTINI E lo rem the ni l. well known
township, on the River read between Milli.n
and Lewisburg, and t.lfer ihe test ailit le uf
9 cents per bushel, or S when soi l lv
the thouuutl liiislicl. ir imi'.
JOHN RIi HALT
K!!y,"Nov. !it p.l
:j0() K.utc.s Apples,
Irom w Tor Stair.
JO.IN II. BEAI.E-.
i ' itt;Mi;;:, lovc; &. co.h
?mi vio ly ot descnpiiuns and prie
a:! sff. May 6)
l.s'l" rerrive l a fine asaorlment LadHM
ln i- ;ooN, Emlin.iilery, Veila.
i;;i y-s, ; riioiiiuiK-.. Ac. Ac. auilnolr li' ib
. a ,,ri- a'o a n;.-- (.1 of limrkti at
Jo ,- jo KUEMEN. Ln.NG A CO S
"Illtl'irl'S j"at r'f',1 (Jnnr SIT) bv
I , Mi EM EH. LONG & V
h for sole by
It. l,OMi & CO
(i!lNI) Jl'KOIiS, Dee. T. 18G4.
Vr'lhi'rgJ.-bn U.l ler
;- ii Menrv oon
, .;, i' ,i- -Sh- in rsi!e iiivr
.. ii-.'. Th s:r ;o..ri, ; I' Senge!, A! Streak.
I'fii-'it -II -Te Si-!iir
11....' Il i'f t ''Y V H irrson, David Tlaoelr.
li iji'di" !ie,l Krrass
A' .', ."-n:el Kao'iaao, Uaac Rodearmel
Hrthi if John U.itrer
l.intr'ton' J -rin M,!rh-1 Jr
lAU'uowif A IV J s W Shriner. Ju JCtjbart.
I.nri'f.itra S U' Ji-e I." r-irliiia
llJ.,i And I Kuhel, Wm llanck, Wm W
thrtli y Ji.ho SJrniih, W in flalfpfniiy
,i.: 7fcr Airi-n W .nuth, Wm Bron
While l,-tr Ja K Kinney. Win L Rittar.EH-
jari ir,i,rr,e,J oiamao Waters. Jonaihaa
iiieilen .lert'. r, lioiliiey llietfenderfer
f.iue'u' -V IV l.e.irai- Dielfeoiterfer. olo-
m.-n !i-.?-'t-rf.T," Di.j Y Harsh. Oli f
Shi. 'v. J W Hotrhison. Wm C r'ainter.
Lru-i-li'tr" S I'.' .la A Owfns. Lar I'rou.Uoo
1'r.o.s. Jn A .Meriz. It E Burian
Ihrtl-y W in I'.irM.-y. John Mmwalter
fwi''i -Nt.ic Eyer Ji,s.iail t.uistr. Juba Tan
H,i:.rk'. I .ii' !.iili-y
V: ;?r 1 '.t Thi m tlaie.im
Liiit-tom Jari t Klosp
i.'aj Unfit-it -Beuj -Null, liideon Biabl, Ota
Ltu-n Lo an Kaihenr.an, John Reih. Jacob
Levi Pawfinr. I-n I Moypr, ItarrisoB
r. lv ! H-n 'v. 1'aul finldea
Knff :-.. I. LWr, Th,. S Black
tir,,inJ hn Ta!P. Paul Fisher
ttttt Hut! ile-in M llarbesen, Danl FIslW,
I 1 11 1 S;e tu. Elias Kaup
A' io ls,rlin fhr'n Winrer, MiehM Kleckoer.
llurtUtvn Jar. h Smith, Wm Y Wilson
List for Sept. 19.
1 John Hilger vs Danl Reber
2 Samps'l .V St. rlcer vs Levi 8 UerroM
3 W N Kreeian I A Bro vs E J Hall
4 J Hi. V Mairrer v M Wacner with not
5 f'herioite Lon; vs Jere Klerkncr (I al
6 I'hriitr tiein -i r ing v David Htnniig
7 B Fetter vs WVirick, Will el al
Peter ' Hummi-I for nse vs J Hartmaa
9 Hank of Nor h M for J Bower vs WLKltitr
I 10 Kluarv h Mc.iz vs A Ammon
1 1 Coiiwe'lth Pa vs Wm Brown Jr
12 J W , lehtnian v Jacob Drckard
3 W P Tblineer A fo vs Al Ammoa'
II Joseph KVekner vs Jacob Peel
1:" David IferSvt vs James A ISesbit
IH Saiiiuel Berk vs Joeph Long
17 PaviJ T Davis vs IJeihles Marsh A t'o
11 Henry Lupoid v J. hn M Call A Bro
19 Mensrh's Ex"rs vs Ynuncman A Walt
20 Div,.l Bv hman vs Henrv Ke!er
21 P H K uu nan Ac va PHKeberAo
22 J- f Marh A Co vs W m Hoosel
2H Ueddes A Mar.h A Donrhower
21 f Stiu-w Ac vs P Meriz Ac
25 Coiiiiiy of 1'iiion v Aaron Wetzel.
now to d"sti:ov
ROACHES, RATS, HICE,
ltr-il (!uss. tnto i.c.
il'se hurt's Vermin Exterminator.'!
IT is IN'FAl.I litLE-IS INFALLIBLE!
I Is pui up iii Lore- Boies for 35 els. Is
aii re,l.- b-r use, without mixtn; with ciiher
amelrs. Dues nut spml. sel dry or worthies
1, k' .-i-tii. UI,.- hi. 1 iii r r r.',jr:tti os. Vrrnnn ara
rVr.iii.-.in:S f r'lrit. I: it an I Ml--.- .Ii. ent -f thalr
. i "y ?l.?ZT$S
throinrhout . I'ni... i ,.... I'm t. f u tun. n4
ask : r r.ll.l 's iH;VI I lllli. m l.rju with
r.,.l I.I. I. I -i"iJ bv tt' I n i.ri. l. r. Ih-fot X.ja
S, tub T.-ntb trM.t hIh'T. Wwinnt. Mannfertnrr
1 ." .1 -i r.-ti ..; str. t. yl - it Wiuliut, bvtawa Tt-nih al
l;i...,i.:h. I. oi ii.Lirnu
S.O I ii l..wi.'ur-. I-T PFWFTT PRO S. Vlmknla
ami K.-t ..il-aV. I.t UAKfcU " -C.W cCIIAfFLK
aul IV II I'.KAVKj; 4ml.-.s,,ia
Tli'IOE. Where,!-. Inters testamentary
to ihe esiatt- of Ji.snvn Sti trvKii, Ule of
Bmla oe I; vi u!i:;i. I'nien county, deceased.
i wimoui aeiav. ro
HWT sniFFrR Koratrtx.
s I. iM-. n SIIAFFKH, lixm-ulor.
,e. I.r 1... 1-.-4.
Pu T J. T p.
The l.cw.sbnre Deposit Bank has this day
declare.! a divi lenj f f,.ur pr cut. for lha
last six months, free from the liovcrnment
lax payable t lh ft ekhol ! rs nn demand.
Nov. 3. H P.SHEI.LERTrea.
o..vio, rch SI,
Has a l.ire stock of
sniin sn.vnn ware,
Superior Plated TE SHI'TS. SPODN8,
FnKKS, Ac Pel. 1, lf.J 4:il
rilllKEE Srh. ...I Tearhers vinled for tha
I 'limn township s. hurl ititnrt.
Address I., bin 'hi:. I'ie"t.
r JlHN lul .MiU N. See
Winn. I. p. (). loV.S.
LL per..ri; aie her bv I'-.rbii'.ft n trnstinf;
nu wile. I,YII A. tVII..iX.
arcvmii. a I will not pav tr be responsible,
lor aiMihui!! she mar do or obtain.
Kellv Tp. Nor. 1, s.. p.llw
JOHiM H A YV j
tiLduii .!.' ;''i.twt,;