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I.UWISBIXRG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER
foil anft fftttnor.
Pronounce the laiiian name for Belfast,
which is Paaa-geaaawakeag if you auo
ceed, try the original for Webster, Mass.,
which is Chargoggagoggmanchoggagijig,
and "oothin shoTter." Cotioo Mather
suggested that come Indian name had been
growing ever since the Creation !
The Astoria (Oregou) Pioneer says "th
littie stream whicft skirts our town on the
east, is Occunneocegeecocoacheeacheecad
uujio. This name eigni6es laainess. We
suspect the laxy men Hi that tribe must
have had some tfbubfe to tell what was the
matter with him. Greeley.
The Hena Fable.
A famous heo'e ray story's theme.
Who na'sr ws known is lira
Of laving eggs, but then h'd scream'
80 loud o'er every egg, 'twould seem
Tbs bona mu4 ba oa fire.
A turkey cork, who ruled ibe walk,
(A wiser birj, and oUst .)
Coold besr t no more, so off did stalk
Right to lbs ben. ami told her
Madam, that scrasm. I apprehend,
Does nothing to the matter :
It sorely helps the egg no whit ;
Ttien lay joar egg, sod dona with it t
I ptj j 00. madam, as a friend,
Ceaaa that upetfluou clatter.
Yoa know n4 bow t guee throegh my bead ! "
Humph ! eery likely," Madam Mid,
Then, proudly patting torth a leg :
Uneducated barnyard lol !
Yoa know, no mure tuan any owl,
Tba nobis privilege and p-atae
Of uthorhip in ruoderu daya :
I'll tell y-u why I iio it :
Fitst, yon perceive. I lay my egg.
And then atviEW it!" i. Literary World.J
A Cmu's Notion. Our friend F. on
taking a long tour over the Stale, hd per
mitted his usually fine-looking,c!osc-sh.tven
face to be nastijied by a mustachio. On
arriving at the town of M., he called on a
lady friend, and was shown inio the par
lor. A bright little girl, the pride of the
family, slily opened the door and peeprd
in but oa seeing the f animal," she ran
frightened to her mnther.crying, "Ma! M
what's the man got hie mouth away vp in
hii hair for r
You may be sure F. speedily adjourned
himself to the barbei's !
A 'Cutis Answer. Buncombe county.
in the old North Stale, is doubtless one of
the healthiest spots on earth i and it wa
on that account that some "lower country'
gentlemen were one day surprised to see a
Buncombite making a deep opening in the
ground. One in-jtiired what he was all
"Digging a grave, sir."
Digging a grave! Why, I tho't people
did n't die often up here do they "
"fa nn cir 1 he never Jit but anre f"
w, , - J
He never asked ilie question "but once."
A Good Toast. At the Irtte autumnal
Anniversary Celebration of the University
of Pennsylvania (locnted in Philadelphia.)
numerous sentiment were) given, among
them the following :
Woman A Mistress of Arts, who rob
the Bachelor of his degree, and forces
htm to study Philosophy by means ot
The Greenfield Democrat says the fol
lowing note, verbatim tt literatim, was
cent lo the presiding judge of a court in that
county, recently :
to the Honorable eort
Sir your juris canter Ore.
Obscurity A MJnd Ethiopian in a
dark cellar at midnight, lookin,, for a black
cat." fireeley gives the idea thus: "Rev.
Samuel R. Ward- genuine Nigritian.
black as the ace of spades in a deep cellar
00 a rainy midnight."
I like the story of the bUcasuith, who
was urged to bring a suit for defamation of
his character. lie said he could go into
his shop and hammer out a better character
in six months than all the Courts in Chris
tendom could give him !
ti is rumored that the last and greatest
curiosity of the age has just been received
at Wood's Museum. It is the gun with
which the question is popped. Probably a
large supply will soon be made for the u.e
of bashful young men.
The editor of the Linn News says: "We
are nappy to announce that we receivid
twovotea for School Committee last Friday.
There were about fourteen hundred scatte
ring voles, however, which unfortunately
Fckht Definitions Paratvl. pro
tection Irom the sun uswl by ladus mad
of cotton and whalebone.
SfrmM An article worn trodor the
boots of gentlemen made of calfskin.
error, impresses knowledge, and oppresses
. The above is rrx good to be s&yipr-gsed.
and we therefore ut it in press.
Not auUtitMualThing A n unsuccessful
lover was aaked by what mean he lost his
divinity T "Alas !" said he, ! lai-red her
till she gm Ino proud to jeak to me."
H.trrnEpMhic B-er. Tie one hop to a
rat's tail, let the rat swim through a mill
pond, then bottle the contents of the pond
to b shaken before taken."
Which can "smsM a rat' the quickest -the
man who knotct lire most, or the man
who has the must note ?
India-rubber pies are aaid to gn further
tlnr anv kind in ow.
The Summer Session of the
WILL commence on Mosost the 39th ol
April. Instruction will be ien. aa for.
merly, in all braucbea necessary to a thorough
Academic course. Our endeavor hll not be
imply lo'cominunicaie knowledge, bat to excite
the youthful mind to act for itself. When this
fully attained, the pro res of the student
becomes at onee certain and rapid. The kind of
learning which niol of our joolhs in this country
teed, 1 that solid literature, wbicb, while II
nature tbeir minds, prepares lot m also tr the
L-ractical duties of lite.
1 omptvition and Declamation will restive tbeir
full share of attention particular! the former,
1 be Primary Department .hall have our special
care, r lorn the disposition manifested to sustain
the Institution, the subscriber feci stimulated to
The 8ecion will conairt of two Terms of 11
weeks each a short vacation interveninc Tui
tion $6 for the common branches, $8 for the
higher English, and $10 for Languages, per
Set.i n per Term, one half.
March S7, 1850. Principal.
FOR past favor, the subscriber returns
his grateful thanks, and hereby makes
known that he carries on the business of
Tanning and Currying,
at the Oid Stand. Determined not to be
nut lone in the manufacture or finish of his
work, he is hound to have the best work
men and materials, and to treat those who
have so liberally patronized (as well as
those alo who shall be pleased to patronize
him) with that attention which be hopes to
insure him a full share of public patronage.
ll kinds nf Produce taken in exchange.
Hides'and B.irk not refused, for which the
highest market price will be paid in cash
or in exchange for leather.
March 25. A D. 1850
WIN FIELD WOOLEN
Xcar llarllelon, Union Co., To.
rPHE subscriber, thankful for the liberal
l patronage bestowed on his old estab
lishment, bfs leave to inform his friends
and the pul.lic in general, that he has now
removed his Machinery into his New Mill,
ttto milrt abite. tlartleton.uvnr the Turn
pike.) which lias l.een built and fitted upon
the most improved plan, and will have on
by the middle of April an entire new sell of
JENKS' latest IMPKOVED MACHINERY,
in addition to his already good sett, which
will mtlte it the largest and best fitied-up
establishment within 100 miles of it; and
with the advantage of one of the best .ver
poAers, he leels safe in saying that hi
establishment is not and shall not be sur
passed by any in ihis part of the country,
lie has ertp;i;ed a goi'd sett of workmen,
and is now prepared for manufacturing
Broai and Narrow CLOTHS,
Cassi meres, Tweeds, Sutinetts,
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c.
in the best amnner, on the shortest notice,
at reduced prices. sr7Fr the accommo
dation of customers, Wool may be left at
the follow ins
New Betlin : E Wilson's Store
Selin-gioe : tais & Schnute do
do J.rhn Hsrtman Jr do
Freehurg : ( & F O Moyer do
Adamslmrg: Henry K Smi h do
PennsV alley Narrows : Mra MnaM do
Miflliiitirg : Henry Gat do
East Boflalo : Sam'wl Relier'a Tavern
BufT'oX R.ial: J M Creighi's Store
Leulug : J Have c Co do
do Reber & Iddings do
Webl Milfn : John Diteman do
Milton: Masteller 8enk do
do Sweeney & Haag do
Liberty P O : Wm Dale's Hnuae
I.imentiine : Weidenhamer'a 8lore
Potugrove : James Reed do
A good nssortmenl of Cloths, Satinetls,
Cassimerrs Tweeds, Jeano, Flannels.ltlan
kets. Stockinsr Yarn, &c always For Sale
or Exchange for Wool or country Produce
at the. New I otr,ry.
CARD1SG and FULLING as usual.
WinfiMd Mills. March 1, 1850
GOLD and SHYER
Vyf cnltf t'n Cuiifornia, but aho in Lewisburg.'
A good assot tment of
Watches, Silverware and Jeirclry
of fine quality and at City price.
Hatfield b Thompson
Rerpeetriilly inform the citieen of Lewisburg and
vieinitv. 'hat iher hae entered into Partnership
at the OLU STAND on Market St-, opote J
Haves & Oo' Store, nieusred lo execute every
kind of work in their line, in the best manner.
They carefully selected of the best English and
French materials. Meinsprina.Cylinders.Ecape-
wherU. and a variety of Watch Jewels, and flatter
themselves that ibeir knowledge and skill in Ibe
hunes will enable ihem to give sstiafaction to
all who may favor tlirin uh (latrouaae.
t'l.XE WATCHES, such as Duplex. Ei
caneinent. Lepinra, Anchar. DetacbHl.
P.tent Leters. Repeaters, and Muaical Watches,
Ac nesilv ret-aired and warranleil
Abo fr ale, a variety of Gold and Silver
Watches. Paleiit Levera, An hara. Detached. Le-
pines, jiiar1ier9. an.l English Watches, Gold
Chains. Urra-l pna. Finger and Ear ring. Gold
and Silver Brit Hides, Bracelet. Gold and Silver
eA-S-s, Peoeil and Pena. do Spectacles,
Ac Ac. in rbnrt. a little of everything, and
anything ele. not mentioning knick-knacks.
alavi on hand or rit to order
A vaiietv if Uraa Clocks for 3 and upward
at wholesale and retail
Pernor)! deeiring to get things rigbt, would do
well by giving the subscribers a call
Eiperi.-nce lei 'a ua that the Credit 8yem ran
not an.ir.l a living. Therefore, in order lo "pufh
along and keep moving," the Caah 8ylem must
necesaarily be enforced. Feb 23. 1 359
A I. HATFIELD.
WM H THOMPSON.
iinvriiri WAfitiMi mixtirk.
407. Spt Ammonia. 16 ox 8pta Turfetitir.e, 4
ox Spt Camphor; mix in bottle. Take 6
10 tahloofiful above mixture : 1 J pint nn
nan tn an ordinary tab of hot water; mix thor-
oaehly together, then put the dot he in the lab,
and let them remain fifteen minntea before wah-
ine them out; then rinse them thmnih two or
three waters, banc P snd dry. This Washing i
vJti'ura lor - 7. w. WCIIATri.K.
I he aubscriber offers for sale a large
assortment of choice Fruit Tree such as
Apple trees, 7 to 10 feet high, 40 varieties,
all warranted genuine Peach trees, 20
varieties; Tartarian Cherry, Nectarine,
Prune and Pear trees, together with some
6 or 8 varieties of Grape Vines of the best
native and exotic varieties. Ornamental
Trees, such as the Paujonia. Linden, die.
The above trees can be seen by the 1st of
April, on the premise of the subscriber,
one square (above Christ &J M'Faddin's
N. B. Persons wishing to procure a
quantity of the Fruit trees, are requested lo
i- .- . l 1
make unmeuiate application 10 iiicbuukii
ber, in order lo procure the varieties and
size wanted. H. K.
Lewisburg, March 4, 1850.
rtfTR3rRirtF.R3 m thn " TTniveraitv at
2 Lewisburg are respectfully requested
to pay their Second Instalment, now due,
to the Treasurer. And those who have not
raid the 1st Instal't are respectfully notified
that all such delinquents will be charged
Interest on their Instalments from the time
they become due.
KAM I. T. WALKER, Texas.
Lewisburg, Feb. 25, 1850.
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T A H THORNTON J08IAH B KfiR
HENRY C. HICKOK,
A TTORXEY A T LA II",
Lewisburg, Union County, Penn'a.
Practices in Union and adjoining counties also
attend the courts of Perry county.
OFFICE on Second St., lately occupieu
by L. B. Christ, Esq.
Brandreth's Pills are sold at 25
eta per bos (with full direction")
BY J. HAYES & CO., Lewisburg, and
by 0M.Y one Agent in every town in
the Union. Each Agent has a Certihcate
of Agency. Examine the box o' pills always
and compare it with the fse-aimile label on the
Certifri le of A gency . As there i a coontei felt
of the mw label out. thie i of much impoctance.
Iberi i decided dtfTerenca between tne
aDDesrnee- ot the true labels and those 01 tne
mum.) fcit. 'The counterfeit done on stone
the e luine are done oa rteel. 1 he appearance
t it f nriniine nn ttm counterfeit I raggeo ana
blurr : the genome label i the very pins or
neatnea. both in pirating, psper, and general
Be very careful ami gto the Agent.wnen you
want Brandreth's Pill : then you are ure of the
genuine article. When yoa purchaae otherwise.
inquire of the eller whetner ne anowa me puis
h. ITn ran are the eeruine Brandieth a? Ev
erv man know whether the amcle be oners is
true or falae. Beware of cheats !
rjlHE subscriliers offer the public, at their
J new Brick Foundry, the following new
and valuable Stoves :
Iron Witch Air-Tight Cooking Stove, with
a Brick Oven.
I .,! Waahineton Parlor Stove.
Cart Iron ir-Tighl Parlor Stove, for Wood
3 aixea. .
Coal Burner for Parlors I aixe, 18 men cjl
Loui Air-Tight Caal Iron rarior otove
Shield Air-Tight Parlor Stove for Wood
Egg 8tove the very best in oae for Stores,
Office. Barroom, and chops.
The celebrated Genesee Air Tight Cook Stove.
The Complete Cook 3 fixes.
Also, all kinds of Wood and Coal Stoves
Ploughs Castinss. &c. Otc.
CHRIST dt M'FADDIN.
. Lewisburg, Dec. 12, 1849.
AFRESH supply received at the Lewi
burg Cheap Bookstore :
Fiske's Manual of Classical Literature
navies' Analytical Geometry
Blair's Rhetoric. (University edition)
The Complete Farmer, I vol. 62 cts
The New American Gardener,.! vol.tl
The Book that will Suit You, or a Word
I can furnish the above works, with a
great variety of others, at very low prices.
May 30 8 F I.YNDALL
A lot of 8x10 Window Sash, from the
cheap Manufactory of Sprout & Burrows,
on hand, and all sizes got to order on
May, 1849 I G Lawshe
i NEW B8GG2Y for sale, cheap. For
further particular, enquire at this
ffioe. , Iiewihurg, Nor. 7, 1849
TOTES Promissory;, Judgment, and
Wm VesulanVs) at tbisefRea. '
Dr. Swayne'M Celebrated Family Medi
evftfc rotidwa fctlii!
More Proofs of the Efficacy of
Dr. SW AYNE'S
cearocaa svaea at '
The Original and Genuine Preparation I
Cough. Colds, Asthma, Broochius, Liver Com
plaint. apttung HloodVJiiuculty of Breathing,
pain in the Side and Breast, palpitation
f lb Heart, Inflaeasa,Croup,bro
ken ConaUtnuoaora Throat,
Karvoaa Debility jut all
disease of Throat,
tha moat eOec
tbal and speedy car
known for any of the
above diseases ia
Dr. Swayne's compound Sjrup
of wm Utorry.
John Milton Earle, editor of the Worcester
Snv. Maaa.. waa attacked with a severe inflame'
tion of the lungs, accompanied with a distressing
cough 1 after using varices other remediea with
little or no bene6t, by the ttss of on bottle ot Dr
Swayne' Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, be
was restored to settee health.
Wm. Monteha. a reapectaW merchant of 8t
Clair, Schuylkill county, writes. Jan 30, 1849:
-Enclosed I wad yoa a eerlincat of Wm. Beau
anont, a citixen of our town. Hia ease of Cona
ompuon i well known herend of long sUnding;
he atuibolea his car entirely to your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cbeiry.
Be not deceived by tbs many spurioua aod
worthies prepsrations of Wild Cherry, ushered
into notice by ignorant pretenders, bat see that
the signature of Dr.8wsyn is opon each bottle,
which ia the only guarantee against iaspoaitioo.
Remember ! Ibe genoin preparation of Wild
Cherry ia prepared only by Dr 8wxx, N W
corner of Eighth and Race streets, Philed a
Swayne'i colebrated Vermifhge,
-A Safe and Efleetnal Remedy lor Worms. Dye
pepaia. Cholera M 01 bus, sickly or dyspeptic
Children or Adulu,nd the moat useful Family
Medicine ever offered to the public."
This remedy ia one that ha proved successful
for a long time, and ia universally acknowledged
by all who have tried it to be far superior (being
o very pleasant to th taste, at the amo time
effectual) to any other medicine aver employed in
diseases lor which it ia recommended. It not
only destroy worm, but it invigorate the whole
,y.em. It i harmles in it efleeund the health
of the patient i alway improved by it ue, even
1 .mm ar discovered.
rfetMu of Mittaket. Remember Dr 8's
Vermifuge i now put up in aotwre bottles (ha,
ing recently been changed) covered by a beautiful
wrapper, steel engraving, with the portrait of Dr
Swayne thereon engraved. Bear this in mind,
and be not deceived.
DR SW A YNE'8 SUGAR COATED 8AR8A
PAKILLA AND EXTRACT OFTAR PILLS.
The virtues of these pills can be appreciated
only by those who hvo used them. They are
adapted to aail nator in carrying off morbid
mauer, obstruction, imparity of th blood. Ac
They are a gentle and effective purgative, correct
all the function of the liver, and a an alterative
in .nueal affection thev are very valuable and
should be in every family. They have an outside
coating of pore White Sogar.wbereby everything
disag'eeaole to taste or tnell 1 entirely remove.!
without in the least affecting the excellent quali
im nf 1 ha medkinei Remember ! they are now
put op in boxes turned oat of the solid wood,
covered with a red label bearing tha aignatur ot
Dr Swayne: none other genuine.
The above valuable Medicines are pre
pared only by Dr. 8WAVNE, N W comer ol
Eighth and Race street, Philadelphia.
Agent tar Union County, Pa.
C W Scbaffle, aod Thornton dt Bak-,Lewiaborg
J Seroold snd
B Mench, Milwrsborg
L. & TaykM-.Mifflinburg
Wilt Jt Eilert, Hartleton
Moa Specht, Beavertown
D J Uoyer, Centerville
Semi Haupt do
Youngman k waiter.
D Smith,Moaer'e Valley
B A Summer a.Freebur-
KeubKelleriavy I aland
and by Storekeepers generally ly390
PURE FRESH COD
THIS new and valuable Medicine, now
used by the medical profession with
such astonishing efficacy in the cure o(
Pulmonaru Consumption. Serofula, Chronic
Hheumatism, Gout, general Debility,
Complaints of the Kidneys,
dec. Sic, is prepared from the liver of the
t.UU-FISIi for medicinal use, expressly
(or our sales.
Extract from the London Medical Journal.
C. t. B-.Wn.tiaM. M. D- F.RA, Professor of
Medicine in Univershv College, London, consul
lino nhvaician to tn Hospital lor Consumption,
Ac , nays ; I have prescribed the Oil in above
four hundred eases of tefcetenlou disease of the
Lungs, in different tafss.Which have been undVr
my care tne last two year ana a nan. in. we
large number of cases, WO out of 334, its ase wa
followed by marked, unequivocal improvement,
varying in degree ia different eases, from a tem
porary retardation ol tne progress 01 tne aueare
snd a mitigation of diMreeemg symptoms, np lo
a more or less complete restoration to apparent
"The e fleet of the Cod Liver Oil in niovf sf
these caaes waa very remarkable. Bven in a few
dav the conch was. mi ti rated, the expccioration
diminished in quantity and opacity, the night
aweata ceased, the puis became dower, snd of
better volume, and the appetite, flesh end atiength
were gradually improved.
u In coneloaion I repeat that the par fresh Oil
from the Liver of the Cod ie more beneficial in
tba treatment of Pulmonary Cooaumptioa than
any agent, medicinel, dietetic or regimenal, that
baa yet been employed."
As we have made arrangements lo pro
cure the Cod Liver Oil fresh from bead
quarters, it can now be bad chemically
pure, by the single bottle or in boxes of
one dozen each.
Its wonderful efficacy has induced num
erous tpunota tmttattop. Aa Us success
depends entirely on its parity, loo much
care can not be used in procuring it obsd-
irb. Every bottle havinp: on it our writteo
signature, may be depended on aa genuine.
Pamphlets containing an analysis or the
Oil, with notices of ft from the Medical
Journals, will be sent to those who address
us free of postage.
JOHNU. BAKER $ UU.,
Wholesale Drogirists and Chemist.
ALL KINDS OF
KX1TLT ft IXFRiTI.RlT
AT THE "CIKOHICIE" CfflCF.
TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS. &
DR. J. N. KEELER Ac BRU. most res
pectfully aolkii attention to their fresh
stock ol EnglUh, French, German, and
American Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Che
micals, Oils, Lestufls,uiaaaware, reriu-
mery, Patent Medicioea, varnisnea, o&
Having opened s new atom, No S94, Market at,
with a fall supply ol fresh Dtilgs and Medictnes,
w respectfully solicit country dealers to exam
ine our stock before purchasing eUewbr, prom
ising on end all who any feel disposed to ex
tend to us their patronage, to sail than genuine
n,n.. end Medicine, on aa liberal term aa any
other hoeee ia the City .and to faiibfully execute
all ofdera entrusted to u promptly sad with de-
One of the proprietors being a regular pbyai
cian. afford ample guarantee of the genuine
quality ot all articles add at their esubliabmenl.
W eapecially invito druggiaU and coaatry
iMrehants. oho miv wiah to becomssgenU for
Dr. Keeler's Celebrated Family Meduints,
(tandard aud popular remedies,) to forward their
Soliciting the patronage of dealers, wa respect
fully remain, . . .
J.N. KEELER A BRO., Wholesale Droggiats,
No. 394, Market SL, Philad.
THANKFUL for liberal patronage heretofore
received, reaoeet fully iniorma his old friend
and the public generally that he haa removed hia
10 the Basement of hie Brick dwelling on Market
street, next door above C. Fenny' saddlery (late
he office of H C Hicftok. Esq) where he hope to
suit all who may give him their custom, as
he does all work in his line in the best and
newest style and on short notice. He has
the fashions regularly, employs none but
good hands, and is determined to keep u
with the times and merit a good aharec.
patronage. CUTTING dode to order.
Charges reasonable, and Produce taken in
exchange for work
lewisburg. June, 1849 lya?0,7
Myers' Liquid Cure!
TS a nositive and never-failing Remedy
X for PILE Si whether Ioternal, Ex
ternal, Blind or Bleeding Scrolula.wnite
Swelling. Ulcers, ulcerated Sore Throat,
Canker Sore Mouth, Rheumatism, Cutan
eous Diseases, Mercurial Affectumtq-c.
also for Scalds, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Brui
ses, dec. &C.
We feel justified in proclaiming the Fact lo
the World, that of all medicine ever bro't before
the public, none hve ever been more benencial
m afflicted humanitv than Myers' Liquid Cure.
We know this i ying a great deal, but if we
were to write volume we could not ay loo much
in praise of this ,
Hundreds, nav thonsanda bless the heppy horn
when first they were made acquainted with it
transeendant virtue; and our present purpose is
to inform other thousands, bow and where, tnoy
may obtain that relief wbicb ihey perhapa have
long sought for in vain.
The auperior excellence of this preparation
over all other medicines, for the speedy and per-
manent cure of PILES, ia well known lo all who
have tested it. ft haa been proved in thousand
nf instances, and ha aiviB raiLKB to core the
aaotf obstinate eases, nd we are confident it will
never fail if used a proper length of tune accord
in lo direction. Aa a proof of our entire eonfi
denes in it efficacy, we assure all purrhaeers thai
if. afier a proper trial, it prove ineffectual, the
Money paid for it will be returned.
The Liquid Cure i an effectual remedy for
Ringworms. Bile, Pimple. Barber Itch, Frosted
Limb. Chilblains. 8all Rheum. Muaquito Bites,
tings of poiaonoo Insect aod Cutaneouadisease
of every description.
It is both safe and eftectttal for KaxuasTtsM
giving immediate snd permanent relief.
It effect a a real Pain Killer, are magical,
ivxav raajitt ta vat isbd
ebould provide themaalve with tht Invaluable
rreparauon. tne eneapnea 01 wmcu pia
within the reach of all.
Full Direction accompany each Bottle
Famnbleta. containing copies of certificate
from those who have tested the Liquid Cure, may
be had gratis ot our authorized agent
Muers' Liouid Cure is, prepared only by
JEROME CO. 31 Spruce 8uNew York
Agent : C W Scbaffle, Lewisburg ; J H Baser,
TOY THE IIE17 mr.i!
WTK0FF & H0USEL
YITOULD inform the public, that they
V V have opened a shop on fourth streel
lower story of S. W. WykofPa old aland,
opposite Hunter Pardee's shop, where they
keep on nana or maae to oruer
Fancy and Common Chairs,
Boston Rocking Chairs also
Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads,
of various kinds,.
Settees, &c. &c.
All work in our line warranted to be well
made, and on the most reasonable terms.
House and Sign PAINTING
attended to by the subscribers on the shor
test notice and in the best style.
Country Produce and Lumber taken in
payment and Cash not refused, but rather
The subscribers intend to be strict in the
fulfilment of all their promises as regards
work and so doing, nope to receive a
liberal share of public patronage.
JOSEPH M. HOU8EL.
Lewisburg. Nov. 1849'
OLD DR. akd S. P. TOWNSEND'S
compound syrup of Sarsaparilla.
JUST ree'd from the old Dr. a large and
fresh supply of his celebrated medicine
from the principal Depot in New York.
Persons wishing to procure Sarsaparilla
can have either the old or young Dr s, gen
nine and fresh, by calling on the Ajreni,
Lewisburg, June 38 C W SCHAFFLE
Dr. Rose'i Cedlcioes.
The subscriber having been appointed
sole agent for Dr. Rose's Medicines, for
Union county, offers them lo the public
with great confidence aa to their efficacy
and certainty of effecting cures in all eases
for which they are aesigned. A single test
only is required to establish the fact.
Sept 27 S S BARTON
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's
OARSAPARILLA also 3. P. Town-
ij end's Sarsaparilla (or sale by
Dr. Thornton As Baker.
EQVITABIdB LIFE MgURASCE,
Arnault! atatd TraC Cwmpaay. ,
Office, 74, Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
rCariTAi., 50,000 Charter Psrpetusl.l
THE Company ar now prepared to uanaacl
Business upon lb most liberal and advanta
geous term. rny ar auinoroca oy weir cnaner
Igsjg. 5) to mace ail ana every laaursncv epyvr
tainine to lift risks of whatever kind or n stare, and
to receive and execute trusts, make endowments,
and to grant and purchase annuities." 1 be lonv
pany aell annuities and endowment, and act aa
trustees for minors and heirs.
Table of Premiums required for the Assurance
of 1100 for tMc ivHou term oj Lije.
46 3 36
31 $3 09
The premiums are leu than any other company
and the policies afford greater advantages. Mar
ried women and female children can inaure the
Uvea of either a husband or parent free from the
claim ot creditors. Tablee of hair yearly and
quarterly premium, half credit raise of premipm,
abort term, joint live, aurvivorahipa, endow
ment and forma of application are lo Ee had at
the Office or of the Agent.
Rates fur insuring 100 oa a single Life.
For 1 year, ror 1 year. 1 or i.iie.
$0 81 91 1 60
0 99 1 30 3 04
1 39 1 64 3 70
1 86 3 07 3 94
9 48 3 97 6 03
A person aged 30 year next birth
day by paying the Company 99 eta would aecuie
to hia family or heir $100 should he die in one
year, or for 9 90 b securee to them 1 000, or for
13 00 annually lor seven yeara ne secures 10 mem
11000 ahonld he die inaevea year, or for 30 40
Paid vearly during life be secure $1000 to be paid
when he die the insurer securing bl owa bono
by the difference in amount of piemium from those
charged by other office. For 49 50 tbs beir would
receive $5000 ahonld be die in one year.
PETER CULLEN, Preiident.
F. W. RAWLE, Sec'y and Treaa.
For further particular! apply to
HENRY C. HICKOK,
Agent for Union aid adjoining counties.
Consulting Pbywcian W n. Harts, M. V,
Lewiaburg, Union Co. Pa. July 31, 1849
LE VL EUnGFOUHDHY
rpHE subscribers, thankful for past patro-
J nage,ould inform the public that they
continue to manufacture all kinds of
One and Two Horse
We invite particular attention to a new
article Wilrd'i Pittnt MSG FLOTGIK, for
IftdllS II CraiB. Farmers by this pVouyl.
can seed in as much grain, in one day, a
in three days with common ploughs.
Cafltf itjfl anD Curnfnrj,
and Fitting the same. HOLLOW WARE.
Kettles snd Pota of various sizes Smooth
ing Irons and Stands cast Tea Kettles tc
suit conking stove.
the most approved patterns now in use, for
wood or coat.
Fancy.Parlor, Wood.Coal Stores.
AIR TIGHT STOVES,
Race's Seir-repulatlns; Air-tight
Parlor Wood Stove, (a new article.)
Threshing Machines and other article
of machinery repaired in the best manner
and on the shortest notice. Castings war'
ranted to be of the best material, and at
prices that can not fail to please.
GEDPKS & MARSH.
Lewisburg, March 25, 1848 ly209
TIIE underaipied continue to furnish to order
on the most reasonable term. Pianos, from
tne roanulactory of Conrad Meyer, Phila.,rhot
instrument are too well known to need anv nan-
egyric, having nniformlv received the commend-
atione of the mot eminent profeaaor and compo
aer of Muaic, and the award of the premium in
new I ork,rnil(dclDnia and Boaton. For aua itie
of tone, touch, and keeping In tone up lo concert
pucn, iney can not ne aurpaased by eber Amer
ican or European Pianos.
Instruction civen on the Piano, a heretofore.
Reference may be made to any of those parent
or guardiana who have Dunil committed ta hia
charge. He may he seen at hia residence at Mr
Maize a. Market street, Lewiaburg, where term
ana particular will be made known.
The most popular and favorite Airs snd Muaic
of different kind received a it is iaraed irom the
different muaical elablihmente in the Cities.
May IS CHARLES KAL1SCH
The New Foundry
IS now carried on as usual, at the upper
end of Market street, where everV des-
criplion of fiAfiTIMfiC i'i
nana or maae to order--sucb as
The Complete, or
for either Coal or
Wood and all
other kinds of
alitfi "Oi" fasTf ru2 r a;ct
I,- i y r r, ,. . i
enl kinOS Corn Ploughs, Bult PtotlBris.
av il w m I WW '1 UlllCi I
uu luej i
J i w .
- , . r , w .
new article, and whicn Carr not be hear I
D i . . . "'I
J -aH ana see aad iUfW
A ..l-u ' e I
CHRIST Ar MiPtnmv I
laewishurg. Sept. 22, 1849
70R sale by
RRBER ft I0D ING.
Lswishurj. Jt'-ie, tim
"An ounce of Prevention worth
a pound of Cure," in
that awful ditaie,
DR. FITCH'S Lectures on ibe Preven
tion and Core of Consumption.
This popular work for sale in Lewisburg
by S. F. Lyndall J. Hooghton aod at
thta office. Price. 15 cents.
tricks or aTJACexs.
tn CvSBTaoDT Ssaa T a ia f ' 4 asrvu. v.-TW. ,
taiparilla for sals in ifea diSsrsM uwaa called S. P.
TiwS!f' Saraapanlla. k rfTtT'4.',.lh
AL, GENriNE. aud U tsat. TtuaTnwnstna ;oor
2 mm waa; but wa faraaerly a
Iskhaaa the lias-vat ha asm uw -U sf Dociar lor ifca
ptSoaa of sa-uin, eiwtrt far what ha ,la sot. He ya - ha
SimaSeiiwo ioWal ecboola. and praciiewl far tlias
iZn'' NewUtnnhia,Bs .ever praaiee snaiaiia
Sivia hie Ufa! Such 5l, '"Wvstawi.a
tookebadiotiwraeteraiKlvvrsntyof Mwsmii. J Jial
Mstaiacanlr, i"" taowwawswasi af tan
atUorerma. Wbto wiU men leara to ba ' and trw
fit) ia all ibair dealings and miereourse with ilieir ttiku
hbI IU applied to aoe aoalClappwawwi aim mar.
bdOTinf hia miittrrv. aiaun ih large aoma as wr.nl I
make. a aa mdseamant lo embark m lh tMMoaaa. Tbm a
mea iava been maulun and bbflliag ma ia aU Bosr,U
Hrma!ui order to impma tbs paMK nk th balMf ilxt
the Oid Doctors Seraapanll waa not lb. .'
AarMMTtia, wl from lb (Mil Itoclvr m Ortgmml
Zit ThiaiT P. Towmend oay. 1 ham Id the an si t-y
nam lbr7 woe. I will gira kim if hm will j
dura one niiwle wliury prof of una. We amiamam Jf
ThompsonTsltillmao C, ar noihing but a umm ot
tnood. mmply made is difaivath pabne, and r
lb traUi down in rvsard to htj aosrrng', JarmgnHng n
bM Dr. JACOB Tovmamd'a Saraaiairilto. bavw on
YX nw liboern. IrM Mil Coa arms, and fed
Tnw m to camton in- pyww w r""" " - -
4 i im y
s. r ev. .
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend,
n naiciNAL DISCOVER ER OF TIIE
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
(ilil llr Towmend u now about 70 raar of ar. aM Km
SraiTaENUIKB ORIUISAL "TQWSSESO
BtHS.APAMLLA " Bin poor, be wa, comrl4ie
ot maiket, and the mJes cirrumaenhed to ibo-e only wta
bad proved ila worth, and known Ua vain. buaJieacM
U uii of manv, nevertbaa. as lh prnuav mho had
been healed of iore dueaaea, and aavad Irom Oua, pn.
aiauned ila wolTf-il
Thw GRAND AM I NKQl ALLEOl-KKPAEaTH lx
Bianafacturedonthe larger arate.and w caliel im turoa.
out tha lengih snd breadth of the land. cpraxj; aa u
found incapable of dreenrrauon or detenorwioa.
t'nlika youns a P. Tewnarnd'a, u imerovea m:h ara.
and never chaures bo for the better ; bfwu It t. prr;.-W
OH leientik prtmttpits by a trirmtiSe num. Tte kigbaa
knowlcthe ol Cbeniiatry. and the lateM diaco.cna M iae
art. have all bfrn bmusht into rquiithm in ike maita'sa.
lur- of the Old Or Saraapanlla. The Saniatni pwt,
k a well known to nwdical nin. cnnraina aiany madKian
properties, and mm pruprrtiea wliKh are nn r aiw
and olhera, which if retained in preparing it for twc. pro
duce fermenlatiim and arid, wl..r li w minrHua 10 the a7"
ton. Srnie of the pnivPiea ol Sarsaparllia are m 1 n tmm
that they vniirely evaporaie and are itm ui the prrpuauaa,
II (hey are not preaenvd by a tcieMfir pntr-xt, kttaon oa.
iy lo thoae ezenenred in ila manuActum. Murttna,
thea volatile principle, wbich H oil in vapor, or aa an n
halanon, unuer teau r t!w very fuwiti medico! pnp
trim ot the pmh. wliirb eive io it all it value
Anv neroun ran b.ll or ataw the root til! they get a frit
colored liquid, which ia more fiom the colon. ; mai-er ia
Uia root than trctn arv;ttinr eiae; th-ry can thru n;i ins
naipld or vapid lijni I. weetn vritn wr moia. v4
then call k -SARSAP.tltll.l.A ETTRACTor bVBlP. "
Rtit anch e not tr arurle known af :1
Thie i a preparcj that all the inert propertiee of iba
ffaivananlia mot are line rrmored. everythimT rapal' a
becoming arid or Irrmentaimn b extracted and rrjeclctl ;
then event panicle ol m. ileal virtue M aecurvd to a pa
and cooreViirared form ; and thus u rendered wcapaba)
of lontna any ol Ita valuahle and heailne propenieo. Pre.
pared lu thM way. it m ma.le the mt powertul ajrenf la (n
Care f iaaaairraUa Uiaesac.
Harw the reaoo why we bear omnlauuoaon svarv
aide m Ita Uvor by men, women, aud children. va nna
dome womlera in the cure of trrn.
VOSSVMPTIOS, UYSPHPSIA. aod fVC
COMPl.l.T.JnA .a MinSPMATlsM. SCR'ig
ULA. PILKS. 1'OSTJ r.'.VffV. i,'t"5
OU8 ERUPTinSS. PIMPLES, BLOTCUES.
- and all affection anaine. Irom
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
k pmmeeaea a marvelloo vctcv m all compUinta a-t
eine Irom Indit-eaton, from Jcuiily if Stomark. from
unciuai circulation, determination ol blood w th head.
i .. ... ....,ivi urv. bv wbiea mean, it oaj ocm mrw am
palpitation ol the heart, com feet ana name, cow wu
hot Sahea over thebodv. tt has not itaenual m CWda and
tWAa ; and promoira aaay eipactorauon and genua pin
piratton. relaxing auKtorea ol tha lungs, lunvu aud a ij
But'innothing ia ita evnHene awn inifeeUv aaea atai
acknow adeed ilian in all aims arm atazeo oi
a. 1.. m r,n a of Ymot 1ioh OT '
auh S ik. M'oiauV. fthslrmtltd. StamrreiL ot Pain.
u u. lmitnrH of tha fnaoatruai uertoda. an. I lha lite:
ami av effectual tn curing all the form, oi A'ulary Aiaraata.
By removing oaaarnetiona. anrt nguiaunz urn .-
ayatem. a aivaa lone aua auangia m ina aour. M
Uiua cure all forma of
mm, a .ma uueam naMt aasaniiiy.
snd thus preveaia or relieve a great variety of other mei
ndie. aa Spinmi irritation, Seurmlfin. St. Vitus' Dana,
Atevaauayr. Eptlrptit Pits, CnarauWaja. 4.
It cleauae the blood, excitea the li.er to health action,
tones Ina etomach, and (ivaa rood digaation. rvlieo ta
bowate of torpor and coctatirpUon. allay inflammation, pa.
nfiea the kin. eaualltea tha circulation sf th blood, pt
naaa (entki warmth, equally ail over the body, sod ta
naensibla perspiration : relaxes atneturee and nchrnemta.
moves all obstruction, and invigorate the enure Dervooa
jnern. is not inn inen
Taa MeallelaM jrem wre-saalacwtlr aeeal t
But can anv of thaae ihinea be md of S. P. Townaeada
mterfor article t Thi ynvne rnan's Imuid ta not to be -
COMPARED WITH THE OLD PR'S.
berauwof one GRANn FACT, that th one ia INCAPA
BLE ol UETERIOR ATtOS, and
while the other DOES- ermrnur. ftrmrmiinr. and Uomns
th bottles eontaimng it into fraerneiil : the aour. acJ
uquid exploiline. and namasinc other eootl ' Mut not tha
arriWe compound he ponamotat s the avaretn T IP-or '
put arid into m omtlem airrady afraraW leiA arid T What
cameo Oyspepia but acid ? Do we not all know that when
food aonra in our atomactia. what mirhn-f a neorfnteaT
flatulence, heartburn, palpitation of ih heart, liter cots
plaint, diarrhtea. trvaenrerv. roltc. anl cirrnpfion of l
blood I W hat ia Srruiula but an arid humor in th hod
What pro. luce, all tha humor, whK-h brine oa Erumiomdl
the Skin, Scald Head, Salt Rhenm. Krvalpelaa, W'hita
Swelling. Fever Sore, ami all ulceration uuemal aad es
I or u
l It ta nothing rtmter heaven hm an arid obianr,
aour. and thus lnla all the Aiihla of tha bo.lv. mora
t What eauaea Rheuttiatiam hot a ir .n.1 ckl
fluid which itniiiaaiea itaelf between the jomta and elw
where, irritating atal Inftamine the dlicate ih-im .ro
which n arts I So of nervona diaeaaea. of impnflt, f tf.a
blood, of deranged eircnlataaa, and searly all the aiitatK
which afflict human natnr.
Now ta h not hombia to maka and aell, and tabor
erartn ne th IV
souring, FERMEvrrxfj. arm "cositocsd"
, S. P. TOWNSEND,
end vet be would Cam have it ndrr-utiod that Old Dr J
anb Townaend' Otnmint Original asiraaasi ifla, ta aa IX
ITATION of hia tniennr preparation '
Heaven forbid thai vra ahoukl deal ia aa article hK
teoald bear the moat distant reaemblance to S. P. T.'Q
We wish il vahlaratnotl. haeaiw It u -l. Wlanfea amrk
at 8. P. ToWTarend'a article Sod old Pr. JaciflTwrri'a
pa ontvm wttU opart, and mrniir'
are snlika in ever nonu-iilar. Ivltu! rl
an single thmg m common.
8. f Townsend ia no doctor, and never wa. " "
aheonat, no pharmaceuttvt know so more of mejinnr r
S'aaaaa than any other common, amcteaiinc. mrOTiess"'
man. what nvavv ran the public have thai tli'v ar re
ceiving a genuine scientific nMhrn.eontaii'iiar all the vir
tue of the arlK-le ami in preparing R. and which art l
capable of chancre which muhi render them the AGCVTS
)f Iriaeaaa instead of hearth 1
But what else should be evnaetefl from ana who It"
aothme eoniDarativalv as saitviii. mtr Aim .ar 1 rrqaliv
s parson ol some eximienre lo cook and serve apevra a
common decent meal. How much more important
that the persno who maaataetnre medicine .(eirtied t
WEAK STOMAt'HS AMI CNFF.Pltl.Elt SYsTKV-
should know well tha medical propertira af planta. lb
aiannar of securing and eoorenlraiing their bealme ,rV"
also an extensive knowledge of the v arrow diaeaar w""'
flee, the hwnaa system, and sow to adapt remediea
. . ... wi
wvaa uiscases :
at a to arreat iraatla upon the anrortnnate. m P' "
m vroundad haxty.wkindle aopa m the Wint
Bjooom. ua tM.H ki.h u.1 mam, mjt ieor ratv '
hi,-jfc 7. i.... k.iiil.DVa-
Jacob townskSo haa sotGHTaad FoiNii''
pvnanav biw vneana w onna at . .
waawsrsavi cieeiirtei Rem"r
within the reach, and lath knovtledea of all who "
uuu Ibey mav leara and know, bv .vful eitwrtence,
- - a i i - a. ii.L.
. y : .- r.if
. Aorirra lor tne a Dove Medicine."
Scheme, Lewisburg ; John II Raser, Mil'
ton ; Forsyth fc Priestly, lVorthllu'.8l;',
I ANE Bupgey and Sett of f.a mesa,
One Two Horse Wagon,
uoe i rues, wageny
I v ?
1 Per sale hy