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PenDSvlT&nia Financed, and the
North Branch Canal.
V - - TtttniT Department, f
Harrisburg, August 14', 1846. j
To Wm. Ft Johnston,
Governor of Pennsylvania :
Fir : In obedience to the requirements
of the 35th and 86th section of ibe Act or
the 10th of April last, the undersigned re
apecllu'ly submits to your Ex ellency the
following tihiblt ofthe finances of Penn
To amount of money received in
the Slate Trea-wry from the
10th of April to' the 14th of
August, 1849. 2,173,256
By amount of money paid out of
Treasury aince the lOtb of.
April, viz :
Paid loan made to meet
February interest f2fl 1,863
Paid the drafts of Canal
fork keepers' wages on
S ales works. 468,030
Paid damages on canals,
Paid Hospital for insane
Paid public institutions in
Paid August, interest on
Slate debt, and Tioga,
Pottsville and Danville
Paid expenses of Gov
ernn.ent, &c, Ax 75,82
. 9 1 ,668,91
Balance Jf 305,1 65
To estimate amount ol receipts at
State Treasury Irom the 14ih
of August, 1849, to the 1st of
February 1850, viz :
From the public works t729,00O
From outstanding taxes 304,000
From tavertf licenses 20,500
From tax on dividends
and bank' slocks 55,326
From money collected and
accounts ; now due in
hands of unfaithful and'
inefficient agents 91,000
From all other sources 504,876
By receipts in the sinking
fund, being the amount
of State debt paid off
this year - 9204,438
By payments to be made
at the State Treasury
from the 14th of Au
gust. 1849, to the 1st
of . February, 1850,
as per appropriation
By interest on Slate debt
to be paid February
1st, 1850 943,000 .
'bis balance of 146.226 13. being an
excess in the Treasury unappropriated,
can be applied under the 35;h section of
the Act approved on the 10h ol April.
1849to the completion of the NorthBranch
Respectfully submitted, G.J.BALL,
TutU Ezrelleney.Guo lVm.F. Johnston:
By the loregning statement I report a
Balance in the Treasury applicable to ihe
IWh Branch canal ol $164 26 13. The
Aoditor GY-nera! prepared and signed two
reorts to your Excellency on this subject,
the first one showing an unappropriated
esces" or Balance in the Treasury of
$2,726 13", and the reennd one an unap
propriated balance of $22,726 13. I could
not concur with that officer in either of
said reports,- therefore declined signing
r could not conscientiously, sign either
of them, for the reason that they A ll short
of ihe sum required, by the Act of Assem
bly, for the North Branch canal, by over
$127,000; while my estimates, which I
'tSave Carefully reVied,homed a sum more
ttian si-mterit lo authorize the commence
ment of lhat work.
Under the circumstances, I deem it lo
be my duty lo lay before you the forego
ing stntrment exhibiting the unnppmpria.
ted balance in the Treasurj , in order lhat
yo may take such action in the premises
as in your wisdom may be best for the in
terests of the State.
The estimated receipts in the Treasury
from ihe public works, outstanding laxes.
dif other sources of revenue mentioned,
are bawd upon a ra refill exau.inaiiuti of tin
income from those sources in previous
Jtai t, and it in confidently believed they
t$ Be relief c U, especially if collections
are pressed Willi tL.it energy, wf.icfi f am
ware it is your dsire to infuse into the
business oprratiens of all the departments
of (he Government. A considerable sum
e ea also be realised by pressing the col
lection of the large amount of accounts
now to the hands of various eollccling
The targe appropriation of overt 1 ,200,.
' 000 to the public works, by the la Gene,
ral Assembly, will discharge the State in
" eVbtrdnes .thereon, and Will free the Trea
sury iht coming year of lhat burthen. " ,1"
Cfnsrtjiieno", we may safely calculate thai
no nor than $300,tKiO wil be required.
. by the 8late work he ensuing year hi
lfciaiew of like urtct. there caw be iv
tsrwtancy in say'iug that the Stale 4M may
be reduced at least thrH hundred thottt
and dollart next year, and, at ihe same
time; give, urfdef the Act of the 1Mb of
April last, the sum of from $750,000 to
$900,000 towards the completion of the
North Branch canal.
It now remains with your Excellency to
decide what stall be done in the premises
the present season.
With high consideration. I have the ho'r.-'
or to be your obedient servant,
G. J BALL.
Treasury Department, I
Harrisburg, August 14, 1349. (
Wednesday Afternoon, Sept 5.
No Foreign News of importance.
Whig County Meeting, N. Berlin, Sept. 18
Democratic do do Sept. 19
The Democratic Slate Committee meet
at Philadelphia, 6th inst.
Hemit M. FtiLLKit, Esq., promises to
attend the Whig meeting at New Berlin.
VV understand ihe Directors of ihe Bo
rough Schools have determined to classify
ibe scholars, hereafter.
jC7The advertisement of ihe University
for next session commencing Oct, 11
came to band too Lite for this week.
Thaddeus Stevens h is received the hon
orary degree of LL D. from Canotisburg
College, and Thomas U. Walter that ol
A.M. from Madison University.
' James Pollock is named in the Erie
Gazette as the nr xt Whig candidate for
Governor. Dr Luther Keily is suggested
by a Democratic paper for their party.
yThe Democrat of Susquehanna
county have uninitiated their Printer for
County Treasurer. 'I Ins is the third lime
within a few years they have thus donated
"The Good Samaritan" found it him
anticipated by our correspondent Unus,"
last week. And now, what thinks the G
S. of a pai-cr advocating Peace,aud with a
half dozen lawyer's advertisements in it!
f7We hrnr nothing further of the M I-
too new county matter, cor of the attempt
to annex Perns township to Northumber
land. The nomination of Mr. Slifer lays
those plans on the shelf for one year.
" "By permission of the Grand D. vision ol
Pennsylvania, a public processioo of theS.
of T. will t.ke place," Air.
Such is the notice of a meeting before
us. Would ii not be better to say, ' By
permission of D vine Providence," or is the
"Grand Division" higher authority 1
We learn by a "Star of the North Ex
tra," that the C.Iumbia County Democra
tic Convention met at Bloomsburg Monday
last, and nominali d
For AssemblyJohn M'tVvnold ; She
riff, Peter Billmyrr; Treasurer. Amandus
Levers; Commissioner, Joseph Yitter ;
Coroner,And. Freas; Auditor, H R rTline.
Poor Dorse But little has been said
in regard to the law, which requires the
people of this county to decide by ballot,
whether or not ihcy are in favor of a Poor
House. We understand that there is an
impression that the contemplated Poor
House is a joint work of this and Northum
berland county. This is not I lie case.
Each county is to provide for itself.
The Democratic Convention of North
umberland county nominated
Assembly J no 11 Packer.Esq.Sunbery
Reg & Ilea Ino P Pursel, Sunbtiry
Treasurer Geo B Ynnngman, Sunbury
' Commissioner VV'm Wilson, Lewis
Auditor Wm LCook, Northumber'and
Mr.Youngman is the Gazette printer.
Mr. Pursel was nominated to hia office
last fall, but defeated by Martin Irwin.since
deceased. He is again opposed by two In
dependent candidates John W. Miles, of
N .rth'd, Democrat, and by Mr. Rockefeller,
the Whig incumbent of the "dice.
Maj. Dewart appointed Senatorial, and
Wm. Fullmer, Representative, Delegates
to the next State Convention. -
'Evil communications corrupt good
manners,' is an axiom made evident by
ibe recent imitation by the 'Slar,' of the
style, and vocabulary erealiile so charac.
ttiistic of the "Timet." Considering how
early it is in the campaign, those papers
have got up their spirits prrlty ''high, if
calirng hard r.amts is any proof of lhat
1x7 Much obliged to the magnanimous
writer for ihe mammoth " Times' for his
gratuitous goodness in bringing our bumble
sheet More the world ; and in return for
his kindness, me would bint that if he again
runs down our Ui-iwcrat pressman, M j.
C. wont get bis wole. - .
Texas. The new dt leusiinn to Con
gress consists of David R Kaufman, re
ticted in Eas'ern District, and Vlne E.
Howard, ec!I in ibe Western. Both are
Democrata. Kou'min had do opposition
l.UWISBUICG CHRONICLE AND WEST
Lewisbnrg tMversity Examination.
CdtTeafKandeDce of the Cbronicls
Mr. Editor: At your request, 1 will
give you a few "first impress'ions,n of
your Univemitt. whose fame is so firmly
established, and is slowly but substantially
And first, I was disagreeably disappoin
ted in not finding some means of getting
across from the Canal to your Borough.
Have you not enterprise enough to get up
an omnibus cr Something eUe (if nothing
but a truck-wagon) to take over passen
gers and baggage ? If all find no Le ter
means than 1 did, summer visiters will
hardly trouble your duly delightful Bur
ough more than once.
A walk up the neat board-way through
of by the primitive grove which surrounds
the College plot, is indeed beautiful, and
reminds one strongly of the "academic
groves'' so oft the delight of classic wrilers
And if the Academic Department be so well
arranged and stately a building, what may
not be expected of the Collegiate ! I was
happy to see that the foundation for a
part of the Main Edifice was being laid
also that a living stream of pure water hue
been brought, running, to the top of the
hill from n spring below the road near the
river. This will be of great utility, and
may be rendered also ornamental.
I found the Examinations of different
(lasses, going on at the same time. As
far as I am competent to judge, I am sat
isfied that the Teachers are determined to
give thorough instruction, and that most
ofthe scholars are inclined to red ive it.
I must say lhat I am perfectly satisfied
that n institution in our State will turn
out better pupils than this, if subsequent
instruction be on a par with the present.
Several hundred volumus in the Library
iinong them many choice and elegant
works give as murh and varied reading
as the s'udint need desire now. I was
glad lo learn that the Library is constantly
enlarging, and that the I'hiloeopliical Ap
paratus (of which they were disappointed
this session wi'l be forthcoming at the
But the close of the Session the fore
runner of the Commencements' yet :o
be held--came at last, and with it ninny
spectator, amng them many of ihe pupils
who had passed single sessions here. Tbe
singing, by Prof. Loomis' choir.w as indeed
beau ifut.partieularly the numerous female
voices, which fascinated my attention. It
those bachelor tutors can long leach such
a lovely choir and so many of Ihein
wi'hout being laught our lesson in return,
I give them up as confirmed old barb's.
Teaching vocul Music is indeed a good
feature of your Institution, but 1 would
pripose a greater variety in the public
s per . nens.
The Composi'ions. Several of these,
read by young gentlemen, were decidedly
good, and worthy of public attention, but
unfortunately the room was an large and
full lhat I could licit hear several of ihem
at all. The young ladies' compositions acre
read by ihe junior teacher and better under
stood as a wholo. It is no' my opinion alone
Wriea I say, that as a class the ladies' com
positions wete decidely the bst. There
were some beautiful productions gems of
thought, from purest hearla worthy of
publication in any paper or magazine in
our land. (If you could, Mr. Editor, you
would do well to insert one or two a week
in your Colu nnsuf original matter ) There
was a sameness about them, which if ex
changed lor more variety and vivacity,
would pnhably make them more accept
able as a whole to audienc s.
The Declamation exercise received its
own praise in the attention paid to it. The
calm dignity of the firt, and the native
oratorical powers lo the last speaker, 1
particularly recall. Demosthenes is ev
idenly uot so nui h their pattern as Cicero
but hen the young men gel out of Latin
and further in the Greek, I bey will I hope
think more of him whose three rules in
speakimt were, 'action ! action ! action !"
You have, indeed, a uoble literary en
terprise under way one which will re
dound to the credit of its originators, and
be useful lo the advancing cau-ie of educa
tion. Lewisburg may well be proud of
her University. 1 wih it the utmost sue
toss ' eso ptrptlun."
in niuoh ha.Me, Tours truly.
S pt. I, 1849.
Hoaxed the man lhat came to Lewis
burg (o coax her citizens to vole against
their own candidate ! Also Ihe man who
tried lo persuade the members of nur Uni
formed Corps to vote up the old M litia
Law!! Suinc men ire not ino proud lo
drink at candidates' expense, a ho will put
in a vote of another color!
Seven men blou n up The Huntingdon
papera state that seven men were blown up
on Thursday week ui the Tunnel about ten
miles from that place. A man named Mi
chael Hart died shortly alter, and was bu
ried on Saturday two others were not ex
pected lo recover the rest were not dan- .
1 While pn:4ng the rafters on a building,
in B'ark Hole Valtty,rn Friday a week,
Mr. Rrtiben Bute fe.l from lie lop to
ihe Vtliar, and was almost inslanlly killed.
He leaves a lare family to mourn b s toss.
The parish of Assumption, in Louisiana, was
ones represented by a 6iy Creole, who an bav.
iftt a joks thrown al bis eawstitariits arose sad
drclaied, -(ttr, 1 rvpnMol Assaoiplkm upon lb
auor Yss, Hir, AssaaipUuM is asy boias ml
while I tsn.l here 1 ami Assaatptinn are oT a
pieee." Vas, and Ihe grtalat puet ofaitump
tion ever wiuteusd," ssid a wag, sotio Voee
We think there was a match (or hiui in
the man who electioneered in the street on
Friday last, in a way thai challenged and
allows of public notice. The burden of his
song was the election of .Mr. Cuinmings
viz. himself to the Legislature ; and the
Hnn. ihwMl,r atprA divf.r. In ihe first
i place, he wa9 no party candid ite--nut a
bit he was just nominated by an exclus
ive party caucus, which wa called for that
expres purpose, and "did n't do anything
else hut he wa no party man O no ! !
he was the people' man the very one to
go to Harrisburg anJ purify ihe obnoxious
relics of ihe last Legislature. Tne worst,
most tyrannical, auti-republican, and hea-ven-dsring
act of last session was lo to
dispense wiih semi funtavic "trainings,"
and to encourage regular Uniform Compa
nies ! Uu this point ho was profusely and
pathetically auumptioue thus :
Assumption 1 the new law uncomlitu.
lional. The Constitution directs all "able
bodied freemen" to be "organized, discip
lined and trained" (""according in the
discipline prescribed by Congress." Very
well : now, was the annual mullein-stalk
farce, '-arming, training, disciplining,' ac
occording to U.S. discipline ? A moment's
reflection wil! satisfy any one thai militia
trainings never fulfilled this injunction of
the constitution, and that Uniformed Coin
pni(ies,really"ariuea," realiy "organized,''
really trained," v ealt ulated to fulfil
the constitutional demand. M ist militia
are undoubtedly good so'diers, when rnlli d
into service our Country's History abun
dantly proves tbat, and no one doubt ii
but trainings never qualify them for such
; service, the new law lorbi-Js oone lrm
"keeping and bearing arms," white under
the old law not half our able bodii-d men
either trained" or kept arms. Besides,
the new law does uot prohibit ' training"
and if Maj. Cnmmings and ihe Times
man are so really concerned for ihe liberty
of .the country, ibey ma) each shoulder
their ram-rods and walk all day, Virginia-fence-fashion,
after a feather with a man
behind it and i ill Johuston and " young
Slifer" shan't hurl them, so they shan't !
The country may thus ba saved, without
repealing that horrid law !
Assump'ion 2 the law ia vnpitpular.
Dispensing with the holidays is doubtless a
serious regret to many the bovs particu
larly" but not to the majority of people,
who prefer other public pastimes. As the
law was not published in time.soriie trained
under the old law and weie fined this is
clesrly unjust, and all such fines should be
remitted by the Commissioners or Legisla
ture. But ihne are transient evils, and
the people will be satisfied with ihe woik
ings ofthe system, or 9 out of 10 of all we
have conversed with are mistaken. We
do not remember one of our exchanges
(the Times of course excepted) w ho do not
wish the new system a fair trial. On ibe
contrary, we can quote Democratic autho
rity, and military also, for tlie law. The
Bronkville " Jeffersonian," by Evans U.
Rradv, (a Brigade Inspector,) said :
' So far as we are able to judge we be
lieve the law to be a uholesotne one, and
will iustil new life into our volunteers, hile
the annual training ofthe militia is dispen
sed with. Volunteer companies who have
a good substantial uniform, fit for service,
and which numbers not less than 30 rank
and file are entitled lo receive $50 annual
ly ; and those numbering not less than 50,
rank and file, $75 annually, to be applied to
ihe payment ol music, armoriea" 6ic.
The " Columbia Democrat,'' whose Ed
itor ranked Colonel in lite militia, spoke
of the change thus :
Attention ! Soldiers, Cnmpnnies,Bai
talliona. Right ! Dress. The repeal of
the Militia Liw, and the establishment of
the Volunteer System, in its stead by the
last Legislature, forma an important epoch
in the annals of the Military code.and will
ultimately redound to the interest of our
citizens and the honor of Pennsylvania.
The credit of the age required the former,
and ihe juuert or improvement warrants
the formation of a better system. The new
law is a visible improvement over the old
one, in most tespects, and will at once in
suie the belter discipline of its citizen sol.
dierr and (he comequeut strengthening of
ihe National defence.
Such, we venture to say, ia Democracy
out of Union county. And why should
not the new mode be popular ! The fine
for refusing to train, founerly was One
dollar per year now it is Fjr eenlt
only a saving of ha f. No man unless
able-bodied was required to train : such
men can earn al least 50 ets per day on an
averag e, and do spend SO cts more, thus
losing pr year in all if they train. Really
they sieve $1,50 each per year by the ntw
law no small such lo honest poor men.
The old system cost the State 20 or 830,
000 per year : it is thought by some the
new system will add something to the sink
ing fund of the Stale, and not be au ex.
pense to her. Yet, all who wish to train,
can do so by enrolling and arming ac
cording to the discipline prescribed by
Congress," and thus escape ihe ' Poll Tax"
and belong to the ' Standing Army !
. Assumption 3 the Whigs passed ihe
law. Any law oo our statute bocks must
have passed both Houses. The Senate waaj
Whig. The Assembly had SO Democrats
who could prevenl any act from passing- j
42 Whig, and 8 Natives. Thrre "f J1 !
Natives wtre originally Democrats, and .
vo ed with them, so that the Democrats j
had every officer of ibe House, and it was j
really controlled by thai partv." A large
majority of .hose who actually passed the!
lull, bpeaker Packer among them, were
Democrats. The measure, thefeforc. w as !
as much Democratic a Whig, anil neither 1
party cun claim it or disown it. j
Assumption 4-Col. S.ifer is in favor :
of l bene law. I his assertion is made
without any au.hontv. Mr. S if eleded
will vie with regard to the law just as he
thinks ihejieop'e be represents wish him 10
do. Is not thai, Denu.cri.tic 1
Assumption 8 Vote for M ij Cum-
, 3 ,. ,, ,
mmgs, and he il be elected, and he il make
uvf Asseniniy men voie mr retrni, una i.v o
make 17 Senators vote for repeal.uarf he'll
make Bill Johnston sign ibe bill ! Un
doubtedly, and " when ihe ky falls he'll
ITo be Continued
We learn tbat Gov. Johnston reached
Pittsburg on Tuesday evening from Erie,
where he left Gen. Taylor on Monday. It
appears thai when about 12 miles beyond
Meadville, the President was attacked with
sudden illness attended with vomiting. He
was at once placed in a se pa rule carriage
and attended by Dr. Wood, was driven to
Erie as s Jon as possible, arriviug there on
Saturday afternoon, and being in a burn
ing fever was al once put to bed. He con
tinued dangerously ill until Sunday even
Vfli!. when he obtained sleep. When Guv.
j Johnston left he was out of danger, but
would not leave l'.ne until ho whs ennrely
recovered, probably not before ihe 5 h or
tiih of Sep einoer. Thousauds of people
had r.u.Kr. g .te.1 ul Eric lore -eive bun and
.eurn d.pi.o.ntmeut was Ml in conw- . elUn(Jill, , lh. u(hl ..w; DWn inlh, blK.k
quence ol bis ll.ues Gov. Johnston was j ,,t ihe brsJ srd alvvo the eve.eccontpanied
in fine health, lie left Pittsburg on Wed- j bj wrekiesw. loee of sppeiiie, and almost c-.n-r.eday
evening t Kilianiu, from w hence stanily rontinrj 10 brr UJ. Mu.ce August he
he anu .1 rr. (,( It, 1 1 .rr.L.T.. I,
1 - o - 1
The Cuba Expedition. Tbn Repubtir
of yesterday has information lhat Lieut
Tolien. of iht doted Sieamei WaterVViu-h.
l:as notified the oflicers and men ci.llec'ed
at Round Island, near Pascaoula, It di,
per.se immediately, or lhat nil llieir sup
plies would be cut off. Every outlet was
watched, su lhat any hos.iie luotemeul was
un mis b e.
In this Brough, lit inst. aged 35 years,
Lril.sot, wife of E. Reese.
lo M.iton, 31 inst , Hamlkt A. Kkkb.
primer, aged years.
In New Berlin. 25:h ult. aged 72 ears,
'il'Ji, widow of the late Isaae M.-nx.
In New Berlin, 26th clt. aged 07 years,
Rev. CaTEB Hksvkb.
HRCU'OSALS will be received bv the
J Beard of Dueclors of the Lewisburg
.School District, until Monday next, lOib
irst., for Three Male and Two Female
I Teachers, to supply the several Districts
Ihe coining season.
JONATHAN WOl.rE. tUe.
Sept. 4. 1849.
SUBSCRIBERS 10 the University at
lewisburg" who have not paid their
First Insiulmen', (due Inst Januar,) are
respectfully requested to pay the same
without further notice, to
BAVTI. T. WALKER. Taste.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
Lewisburg, Sept. I, 1849.
FOR SALE 3 ifcinw,
SITUATED in Kelly township, Union
county, Pa., 4i miles from Lewisburg.
(the seat ofthe new University.) The farm
of which 160 acres are cleared,
anl in a good state of cultivation. A large
proportion is Limestone hind. As respects
water and meadow, the farm hns rare ad
vantages, there being on it several never
failing springs, and a stream running thro
ils ceuter affording facilities by which stock
can be watered in every field. In good
seasons, 40 lo 50 Ions can be cut from the
Jbsi meadow-land. - The House and
JjajMrBarn are frame, ihe
at latter nearly new, and
well finished : There is 4,-J
also a Tenant House, and all ihe
out buildings appertaining to farm also
an Orchard with a variety of good Fruit.
The above Farm is offered in whole or
in part to suit purchasers, and a portion of
the purchase money may remain secured
by ihe premises.
WM. H. Sfl.sBV, i
ROBERT HAYE", V""
of ihe estate of Ubur Silsbt, dee'd.
Kelly, Union Co., Sept. 2, 8)9
ItXVSVjg) tit 049
W hat you ii); man wants lo wear a wij; !
We all know the value of a good head of
hair. A young man with a bald head, is a
sort of walking cniicature of his species.
Hence the many various attempts tn reme
dy or conceal ihe deficiency. Hundreds
of ihe young men of this country, after try
ing me tnousand and one chemical prepa
rations and nostrums for restoring he hair.
are driven ihe necessity of Wearing a wijj !
a practice aa little conducive to cleanliness.
as it is dangerous lo health ! Now, we hap
pen in know from practical expeiH-nce.ihat
Trask'a Magnetic Ointment will restore the
hair on a hald head, when all other reme
dies have failed.' - .
Sold in Lewisbure.wholesaV and retail
by Thornton & Baker. Price 2 and 60
cints per boitle. v t
ft is said that I he Hon. Henry Clay
passed through New York cily, from Sa
to Newport on Friday last, so quiet -
, w klMmn ,;, m. d,v.
' BtJiorjf p.f Auji.31, by Rev.Wm.
j,,, j . MAaa.merchanl.nnd
Kuzsnwii, only daughter of J II
Hieknk, dee'd, lorim-ily of ibis place,
n East Bulla lo, Union Co., 4th iust. by
R p B. Marrt V,LtIiot A. White, of
'"'nv.lle, Clinton Co., an! Mis. Eliza-
bicth Ash, daughter of RoU II Laird.Esq.
' OjThs East Bufhlo printers' fee we 6nJ lo
; two noble rakes emtdem. of Ihe faftility of
oa nJ lb ,e h" dnf-,'
i Msy we live lo be reiDemiiered a thousand Uuiee
. lhU ftobioll,llj hippy Hlr oulli ;
DYSPEPSI A CURED -by ihe use ofDr
M'Lane's Liver Pills No disease.
, with perhaps the sing!e exception of Con
sumption, is so much dread.-d in the Liu
ted Slates as Dvspepsia. Originating in a
diseased state of the liver, it is often con
founded with Consumption itself by the un
happy sufferer, who pines away until
death releases bun Irom puin ; yet rein
J edy is wiihin the reach of all. which will
relieve all cases or the tind, and work a
speedy and effectual cure.
Dr. O iver Morgan, a distinguished phy-
aician of Virginia with a very extensive
practi.-e, has used ihese pills in all cases of
Dy pepsin, and in all rases with complete
success. Certihcates in abundance are in
the hands of the proprietors of ibis invalu
able medicine, (J. Kidd & Co. Wood-st.
corner of Fourth, Pittsburg ) Tne follow
ing, however, from Ohio, will speak vol.
umes to those suflering under any ol those
j diseases which arise from a diseased liver.
t "RithmonJ, JrtT. Co. Ohio.
I "Meeer. S. KiJil & t'o. This is lo certify
i ,h' mJ m," hV "" afflictrdlw eeveral veers
' """' psm. si perio.1. oreorie
1... :.. .t. 1 sV. k. i.a .L
! " iniea n..sse or WW l.st Laser I'lUa.
aiitl 1 have nw U Into thai by thv ar ol ihvse
piila, lir ba birn hru, filed iu no onlinerji tie-go-e.
I'ntifr the prnvidnre of G id he now en.
g.Jal,rslib, and is eble to atleoj lo the d'v
weaiic cuueerue of roy familv.
JAM La STEWART."
AGENT- C VV ft. bawls. I.w.ahr; H
J Mir .far. Milton ; I GrrharL, t linrove : J VV
Fnli.is. Sunl'ury ; Mrs MVay.Xufibunit-eilanil;
M 1: l.rtrr. Moure & ( an-k,lon. Usntillr.
eptembcr i ourf .
Sheriff's Proclamation and Jury
List, on 1 1st page.
The aUaiifT A Li.iuu muur, agvoriiawe lU.i
be will sell al ibe Cuuil House iu Nw Bvliu
I uu K..uJ.y Ibe I7:b t!sy t j.1. ii.eL
!A Irarl ol t.nii In I'uiuu Tp xtj iinitig lain,
f Jacob an.tjKia.lk M aji.r, I'aiine creek. ai
Audiew ed .Vlit bari U.i.fri, tonutuiiig UU st re.
J of wLitb 7A are tbjaiela ami wu which 11 a log
j deliius huuae. ,pfin( bu.e, lfu 60 by 46, a
spriug near ibe bouse, suit su evcbanl aoiil ae
ibe prueriy -f l Aut Mnwier.
Tsa Iota iu Bwliu-g'uve v.tulaiiui.1 b-ul halt
an acre, wheiann are a lj h u., stable end
Klbrt out-bui'iiii'ira, a.lj iuii'jf VVu Bytie nrih;
elao 5 acres oo the t-Jr of 4.e, etkeratin see
aew-tuill. dij-.t-K'k sod biel-eiil. a U'ge an.
h' use and sluie-buuae, alibiing, and ber out
builiiiiige ; s'llir,s lulscniaiuii.g three fjuilu.
of en scie, bumlwrrj 6, 9, and IU, stljiuiug I'
Kicbiai'e ou ibe aoutb aud ibe Pann e I'aual oa
the aa.l ; e!a I Mo 4, eonlamiug aKaut iie
fuurlb of an acie. a j-'iuiug Peune creak oi ite
weal aud tbe F.no a Canal en ihe eeat ail alJ
as iba ytuprAi of li.ofga (laudruia.
A piste uf ground in I'uioo Tp inina.
landa of Mais. DuMm. and Penue e.eek, eualsi
ning two arrra ckarnt, oha.eon aia a l"g b iue.
clover will, aew-niill atable Ac as tbe property
of Wm r nhr.
Another tract in L'uioo Tp adjoining huids of
OibVona, Srhrveben, Drown, Haiue, aud wtkere,
containing 8U acee. 30 rlea'ad with i log bou
ses, a log alahle. end ea apla orchard ae Iks
pripety of Juerph tarran.
A lot in ChaiuMtowii containing one-eighth of
an acie, aJj iuing Jubit Hailman and Uaoiel
Adams, whereou ere a frame house and frame
elabte se the properly of Michael Ewig.
A tract of land in Hartley Tp a!j.ii.ing Penr.a
creek, heirs of Merrill, so l P and H Krieier.
containing 123 acres, 80 aciee cleereJ, wbrreoo
are a log huose, tenant hiNiae, lag barn, orrharj,
it lb irprrty of Peter Duiman.
. LoU Ho. 24 and 25 in Ceolrevilla, eonlaiuing
ooe-balf an acie, ailjuiuing Daniel shower; ale
four lota, containing one acta ailjoiuing (Hiue, 1
Bilger, High street, andReicblay ae ihe prop
ertyjof Joseph Weidinsn.
A tract of land in Washington Tp adjoining
?hntxbeig. r, l.euij. Ueiman, Ae. contsiniug 3)
acres ae ihe properly uf Juhn lnig, Jr .
He dill also aall al Fiieeurg. at 10, A. M. of
ibe I2ih in.L a lot of ground ouitaiuing one
f luith of au acie, atj imng wiiiuw Ililbiati. and
having Ibereon a l"g etabla. Ae.; also 8 acne 87
perchee. cleared, ia Washington Tp. ail joining
Moyer, Hwaits, B'jer, tbe highway. Houis. and
'there ae tbe property of Wm F 8cbns.
TRIAL LIST. 1
Hallowell A Co ve Wila- n. (iieen A Mitchell
Henry Mason va John Bridge and Ralph Only
Jacob liefer va Albert Wioeaardner
Mary Dubnie va Samuel and Jacob Dawerees
I'eler Ncviua ve Jere Meitel
Jos D M-redith ve Caaiuel German
do Jonaihan Hnellenhergev
. do John ebellaubcigev
James bailey ee Aklwl lireen
famu'l Hoover ve l.rael (iuttlios
Charles Cswley vs Peter Slesr
Pernod Maris va Frederirk Boleader
Moats A JJansei nLB Cb.iai A II S Gratiai
Grd.lea A Marrb va H Hnmmel
Jua Weakly vs Isaae (iiioVe
Root Chamhe a ve DatiJ Here
fW Billmyrr va Juo llanmaa A C'o.s MoHv
Wm Jidiusowva Wm Mt
la Meus ve J Lawabe A Rill never am)
la B Cniia. v. Jke.n M faliio
da rtsmo t-iie.i.lee
do' J hi e. A M.r-h
eiAStmCw AG'-en v. lirrn.VMi-Iiell and gar
Henry Lantz tuieu. Il..nrj r el
long iiwJ of J lii.r'-n liAG a e V ilo.n A
Michael Tecs M A iJi Kk
W illi Jlsnk s A Urrra iih a..wetis 3 4
JsOies tMiser ail Brrblwl 4t A OlrftMU
Gma Cbsppei Rlfb
Kiisan 11. e if Rib v H VV ntrr
Ze Jrrs A Kel rr s Samiwl ReVt
I .Die VI illismssei J-Bsi II C Ivry
PrU i;n pltl Bn.j Csw!
Wn RhH g fsinl Usui I
Spislemyvr's Es'm ve it Hii'ner. E, r.
VA bi,& Mirt irjr.lni! of E.Mi. 1 Bjfj .4 1 M).
Mm - sterkW ltJM 4 Cswa
Juastksn Zsllcrs S L berk
HvBrjr bsd-hr , llvhij Yul'briot J,
Wbj M Kruucdy A wi(es Jau UnlJ,,
Elisa Mcyeia isuk R. .r
Asa Mty.is i
B KuJj, gtisrd. of Datie Meyeis so '
sums Sarah Jlejsi e t
RbasJe for Centner Ws-nselr vs gn
U Bvnner ass of 8 Frank ve Ueo AJ.oi,
Christr Uogeuiife vs VV H 'I'huaipMia
Mewi Me. ear ve Meikk-.ttstigessftd Ctas
Jsc Reugler e Dsnl Keaglor
Wbitlork for (Jisb.m. ess Ji at A vs M.kle 4
Ca.ib of Pa a k-A Hyee ulia B.y,, ,1 ,
J 4i E 1'eee ve Jacob Biiigsauo
Kotl I) l.'aaiaiirige ve Cicv Bwa
AnJ M'Cleiubso ve Jac Leissr aait John B,ai
C'hrislisne Runifvll vs cuaaaiiuee of OewtivMia
Joliu SnjJi ve Moms fisher
Philip Z-irger s Joseph Charlra
j Uaupt Ji &. A J WshJtumu! vs JarrJ Inia
1 I bos KeeJ Jacob lm
Jk Cengler Ei'r Juu Keuler vs laol Rentier
t"inl Hud.ieuo ve U VV Csulwelt wua'uot.u Ji
"bu B vVsner ve ".Vm Cucbiaa
Kln' sham auJ Ckiw v. J.red Iivht
j asaa-aa Humiwl vs Thas Yvaiick
Peter Ge.maa ve VV F Wagensellev sure, pan
Usui aud Caroline Jar ret t ta E C Uartman at al
Johu Rigal ve Jarcb Hevdri
Jac Hjpher qe Jac fypher and EUts Keyhait
Jne iibert A Co ve W at J May A Reuben Kluea
Valenune Haas ve Henry fcpayd at el
Chile! Herman ve Html febreckeasaet
Jacob Wloaa va tit Ub-s A Uai.li
Eli K Prica va Wut TU
Tbe foLowiog aosouots are to be ftrewatej I
tbe Urpban'e C url . f l.'niou county uu Moonav
siib pi inat f-tr cm firminou aud aMoaancr .
Acci i.f Hi ury .i tir.haiu. i nr at ibe et'r. of
am, Uc d. lale -f Leaialiurg B n
Acct uf t'aaiw H.iifa, m 'tut ef Dr Jol,
Haines, la a ! l amia I'p
Act.1 of Uailtiew H l.airj juar lun of Ji
H. mi.. or t kilo of Jane Cleiuli.. . ,!ec'J
Acct ul Hnlip Mover, adin r uf Laia Caclt!
tei hue i f Cbspibiiu I
Acr ol V m l.ouileoal.ger sr.J Jacob Lou;,
ad.u'ia uf Henry U rn. ble nf I. m.a Tp
Aul f Jwhn ami Mm 'ial fttujer, eJ'(. '
John M. yar. late ol I'niot. Tp
A- ct uf liei j K. isu. at.d Jba --Meea a.liu'j, J
Paler Kcutt, Uu . f U'.t liotT.:. Tp
Actti.1 llau el Ho le tiur. mi l if P.i.i
KitLter. la: a ol Penue I'p
Ac. I of Frrtlwica Bo-ia. eiax'l i f i,bo'an
Baiiat, lale ol VJ.,l,i t. .-ei Ta
Ant el John A Vena, ajiu'r uf AUah.a.
K eiuer Ula ol 2.ewii u g
Acct of Els.ti.ib B j. a-'m'tiii of I'enirf
St.). er, tele uf V aL at a Tp
AcilofJ w f'ti- U m . si'r uf Aum4 Him,
Uu tf liartl'V Tp
A.cl ul n.ml T mi.letea. as'r of Uane-A
B: avail!, Ula of Vi.iou I p
Aict al Jbu la a- man etltu'i t f Janiea leV
taa, le-e . f V bite 1 er Tp
Act I of Hai.ty K Noll, sdut'f of Henry Null,
tale uf i'eufta I'p
Am of i'et fiusjnwl, aJut'r uf Cliii, us
HumnMl. lale of Li.l. a I p
Acrl uf J Uousetsurih ai.it P f'et'm, ei'rt af
Jacob HoUaiurlli, la'e ..f W. mgleo Tp
Aral fiVal of C Kay and Ner i i!T. war K.
sdiu'rs nf Abrahaia Kilay. lata uf Ueaer T
Ai-cl uf Joha Oui.J., adm r uf Th. a il F.il
lata of l uion Tp
Acct i.f t'h-rlea s i 1 Jatob Rt..sja ei'ra t
Frantie Klneils, leia uf I'em a Tp
Acei of J.'hn We eo.l Jr and t,erge Miilrr,
ei'ie wf Ueurge Weian I. late i-f Weal Bar Tp
Acct final uf teirge F Miller, ailing aj;a'f af
Jaasee 1) CaUwell. lata of I-cwUi'uig
Acrl of FrcJerick Ri h'e', auo of iba ei'ra af
Peter Richler. tela of Peune Tp
1""HE undersijioed, Eieeutor of tba la
. will ai.d lesiament ol Ptk Snri'M,
late of Cast I'ufl.iloe township, Union d-,
deceased, w il! oiler for sale, at public ou
cry, on the premisea. oo
Friday, tbe 19th day of October
the following valuable Real Estate, to ait:
. All that certain tract of Lanii,
situate in the township and county al'un.
said, adjoiuing lands of Abraham Wo!:',
Jacob Mem, Adam Yi;man, and uhti
all clear land, whereof about Eight
acres are excellent Meadow land, anc
f aV in a good atate ol cultiv!tn.tu
B;( T I he Improvements thereon etec"
Jm fled are a large
' 'Stone Dwelling Hoc.
a Stone Spring House, a Tenant II.u-e.
Log Barn, a well with a Pump at tfted 'Ot,
and a good Spring of Water about lwen'0'
five perches Irom the house, which cou
eaaily bo- brought to the house in a
An Apple Urctiard
with eacelltui Fruit Trees, and
Said property is nitusied about iHre
miles from LewislNirg, on ihe road fcsi'
from lewisburg to New Berlin, aad
two miles from Turt'eville and th
Branch of the Su-attH-h.inna river. .
Also a Lot of TimiK-r lx'
almost adjoining the fi.rnwr. rufrtsin.11
upwards of TU'&S'l YACEES,'.
a Tenant IIousp.
About Seven acres are cU.aSB,,
. ...u.l.uv I . t t -
fi.U In n.li.ioni.a al IA n'l-liirk. A- '"
of said day, when due attendance a1''
o'vena "1 'er,,ls M,t ,m,h: ro
J("N SL CK, EvJJ
East RutTdlne Tp., Aoi;. 23, IS
N. B. Persona wishinsf to see :t.a W
metitioned proper, will be aeconinv5,fl
l.v calling uu Jct.b Hertz, who re-;
adjoinisJC aatd property . sjd aiti "S1
gklr in (bowing, the savine.