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tt Amrin scaffold, and forcing my un
happy companions to abjure their region,
or accept the same alternative.
No rriends to the Turkikh Ooveroment
would spring up from my blood ahed by
her broken faith but many deadly foes.
My lord, our heart a till I am sure excuse
my having railed your attention to our un
happy (ate, aince it has now assumed po
luical importance. Abaadoned in ihia un
social hind by the whole world, even the
first dutiea of humanity (live us no pro
mise of protection, unless my lord, you and
your generous nation come forward to pro
What steps it would be expedient that
yoo ahodld take, what we have a right to
eipcct from the well known generosity ol
England, it would be hardly fitting for me
to enter on. I place my own and my com
paniona' fate in your handa, my lord, and
in the name of humanity throw myself
under the protection of F.ngluiid.
Tim3 presses our doon miy in a lew
rlays be reeled. Allow me to make an
humble ersonal request. I am a man,
my lord, prepared 10 face th worst ; and
I can die with a free look nt Heaven, at 1
lava Jiv.d. :ut I hm also, my lord ! a
husband, son, and father; my poor, true
hearted wife, my children, and my nubte
"Id mother. are wandering about Hungary.
7 hey will probably toon fall into the hands
f those AuMrianc who delight in torturing
ven feeble women, and with whom the in
nocence of childhood ie oo protection agaiust
persecutions. I conjure your Excellency,
in the name of the Moat High.to put a atop
to these crtieitiea by your powerful medita
tions, and es-ccially to accord to my wile
and children t-r. asylum n the soil of the
generous English people.
An to my poor ;?iy believed and noble
country musf al.r, too, perish forever ?
fthall ahe, unaided, abandoned to her fate,
and unavenged, be ib.oim.d to annihilation
by her tyrants ! Will Kngland once her
hope, not become her connotation ?
I be political interestaof civilized Europe,
so many weighty consideration respecting
England herself, and chiefly the mainten
ance of l lie Ottoman Km pi re, are too ini
maiely bound tip wilh theexiatrnteof llun
gary for me to lose all hope. My lord, inn y
God the Almighty for many years shield
you, that you may long protect the unfurl
una le, and live to be the guardian of the
rights of freedom and humanity. I sub
scribe myself with the most perfect pespect
and esteem. Signed L. Kossuth.
flMiE subscribers are now publishing au
J elegant engraving of the
Deathfof the Rev. John Wesley,
v. l. .t.jk:-i. -. L. r .1.. i.. k. 1
JOHN kWaU. E-q . after lb. ctlcb- ' i
rami I'tii bill of Marshall ('Is Hon
Among the many good meu who have
spent iheir lives in the services ot their Di
vine Master, tew ever exerttd a greater in
fluence for good than did John VA'esllt.
With high powers of intellect he united a
gentleness of disposition w hich enabled him,
al the same time that he touched the tend
ci chords of the human heart, to convince
the understanding of the truth and in port -aiice
of the holv precepts of the Guti el
which he prornu'gattd. And when we take
into e nsideration that his man fold labors
of usefulness extended to w period of more
than ball a reniuiy that duiitig the whole
of (his long period an unerring course ol
rectitude was manifested in his walk and
eonverj-atioti we ceae to wonder at the
ery high degree of estimation with which
Ins memory is cherished, not only by the
members ol the denomination, the upbuil
ding of which his untinag energy and ex
(inplary pity so much contributed, but by
tl.e tru'y pious of every sect.
The death of Wesle. was perfectly con
sonant with the eveo rectitude or his pro
tracted life, and adda another to the many
proof ihal "the end ol the good man is
-1 vnce.'' The closing scene of the lile of
rbia venerable man is the one Mr. Claxlon
has so happily ch en as tne subjtct ol his
Uauti'ul painting a faithful copy of which,
tnfrtit ed in an efrgnnt manner, we have
tbougbt would be a memento which thous
ands would wish to have framed and hung
a in their parlor. In order to enable sueh
a desire to do this to gratify their desires,
Mr. Sartain, who stands at tne head of his
prolession io lire United Stales, has been
engaged to engrave this elcgsni picture in
hw lst style, and, relying upon ail exien
s is patr o.iKfl. the price have U e.n put ao
low that none w ho desire it neid be without
ii. The Liigravirg is of a large sise suit
able Ice triti.ii '. will be prittle d on the
ierfpa:ny ol i-e-vy plate paper, in a ve
ry vi rivr n i.i.i.er, r i.eh inipnsion pres
f.ling all Ut Ueut.es ol nfirtl clutit proof,
and will be furnislied at tne following unu
aval'v low prUis : 1 eopv. r2.54); 3op
es, $5,t0 ; 7 c pie. 52 ' 5 3 cop.
t2.ltl ; iO c for thirty dollar!
S thst .liemUr 0f congregations aud oth
er bv uiiiong lOgf ther and lorimng clubs
tan oliaiii tins most impftie piclura at
Out d.llvr und a fil roy.V-' '.'
Surroor d fig ibe Ud ol the eling patn
arf h are nineteen figures, iCrCstntiiig the
f..:'rtjting persona (of many ol vLom accu
rate portraits are given uo.n or.gtu'ts ot
t. lor ihe sale of this fine w
rt a?e wanted in everv par' ol the UiuUd
States, for farther r"1"" . lfes
CLADDING tt HIOOlN.
Tublisliers. Meth. Jist Book Sto.
No. 40 Nonb F.-unh Street. I hila.-tlph-B.
C7This elepnt Engraving will he lur
w;wlH w RolesrW and letail, bv the Meiho
,!; ftiok K.taWishn.rt.iO Mulbt rrv bi
New York, and by their- Agents ihruigi.
.iit ihe 1'i.ited States.
The purchasers ol this bnravng will
..bwse W ar ... mind that thi pla-e haw bee.,
sngravedhy Mr .Sarta.O expressly or tha.
are .aim from r.,nd l.ad EnfMh
Kovember 3. 1B4.
New York, No. 1 18 P. M.
The steamer Cambria, Capt.Leitch.with
about 80 passengers, bringing Paris dates
to the 25th and Liverpool datea to 27th,
arrived at Halifax at five o'clock, P. M.
England. The Hon. Abbot Lawrence,
the American Minister, had an audience of
her Majesty at W indsor Casile,on Saturday
lost, to deliver bis credentials.
The general tone of business affairs du
ring the past week have been ol a healthy
The European Times saya that the fears
which were entettained that a general war
would spring out of the demand which the
Czar made upon the Sultan relative to the
extradition.or rather giving up the refugees
aiWidd n,have been quieted by intelligence
which has come to band. The altitude as
sumed by ihia country and France placed
the Emperor on the horns of a dilemma.
He had no alternative but to lower his tone
or Laie his sabre. He must either fight the
English bull dog and Gallic coek, or he
must cease to bully the Tujlt- lie hus pre
ferred the the more pacific course.
In land. Nothing of intereat transpir
ed iu ihia distracted and downtrodden coun
try. The difficulties between land lorda and
tenants, wiih murders aud assassinations,
France. In the National Assembly ,thi
leading leatures ol the week's debate, was,
the adjourned discuss on national credit,
connected with the cost of the Human in
tervention, which had been adjourned over.
In the couise of the remarks made by
de Tocqueville, he expressed the hope that
the amnesty would be granted. He said
be believed that Piua,the great Pontiff who
had given the signal of every liberty, and
the leader of all liberal ideaa, had been re
paid by violence and murder. These Inst
expressions called forth denials, and M.Tu
lelun rose up and cried aloud "a lie," and
amid great commotion the Assembly ad
journed. The difficulty was allewa-ds set
lied, and t lie sittings resumed,
Seventoen ol the June m.urgen's have
been tried a: Versailles, and have utou ac
quitted. f!hf.!era hna Milirv erAsnd.
Ueporte from Paris received on the 25-b j
slate, that the French Ambassador at M
o.-l...... I,.. f... .,.'..,! A,,l.. ... 1...
government indicating a change in the hos
tile determination of Russia in its di.-agree- I
mcnt with Turkev, unrn the subject ol the
extradition of the Hungaiian refugees. So ;
far from pushing mailers to extremities
Kussia expresses itsslf noxious to settle
ditficulies quietly provided no wailike inter
ference w as thieatin-d ua the part of Eng
land. The same rumor as pievalent at
Vienna on the Jlst.
Turkey .-A letter from Malta states that
there is no doubt hut that the English fleet
htlS I' ll the Adriatic lor tne flardrinni llcs.
The Aj"tfin fleet is tinder sail for inc.
Itardnnne'tli . i
AtSrbitlozol ffiere was a Kussinn fiii '
..i OA l-aclaI- iii.ln fnnr tkniir :iit iVrtin li. I
" V ' i
mou.h ol the Rosphorus. The 1 urknh n l j
was ar.thorrd ncrets the Bosphorus at the
narrowest parts to delend the p.i5t-aj:e. ! tions, ol" ibe usual character i f such prn
The Tuiki-h 4imy at Waliaclua had ! .j,,,',, '1'he only point up n which it
lietn ord r d buck to ('i.nslHiitinopli-. wBUinoMrd a controversy would are
The French flee!, consisting of six ve. j f nhvery p-wd without
e'a of the line, two friga'cs, and steamers, A,e. und unanivwiitly, mtcily prolib-
witli 8,000 men and 0V0 guns, is under-
Wn " ."L. , 1
Coi.siautiiioi.le to the 8;h int announcing ;
ttie arnvol iu tne Buspnorus, oi me iriuii .
fleet of observation.
. A a ute of 20 guns wa.fi reil by " j
Koine. A letter Iron, l.oine ou eo on
ihe 14h. says that much excitemml pre
vnils in the city. Seie.al young men wen
arrested (or singing th Marseilles hymn in
the street, anJ instead ol inging th ople
now mdulge in proe recitations.
Piarnnis wi h enormous letters, with
-Dtath to in:amois Priesis" -Death to!
the red Triumvirates," cover ttie walls ot
Several attempts on the lives of French
officers huve be a made.
A letter from V lenna to the 7'h, says tha'
Venice will not become a free port again.
The capital of the kingdom will hence for
ward be at Verona.
Nples and Sicily. A Naples and Si
cily the violence of the Government conti
nued. It was reported mat a reg.cine as-
socia'lon had iK-en rt'cvered,in wt.icli are
imtilicated about 20 000 persona.
A copv of Lord Palmerton's dispatch oa
Sicilian question, has been sent to the Em
peror of Russia, w ho sent a courier to Na
ples, recommending the king not to give
way, assuring him that Russia and Austria
would support him under any circumstan
ce. The Government pa-wr were filled
with abuse of England and against Lord
Hungary and Austria The Emperor
has granted ihe t.fS -ers ol the garrison of
Peterwarden. who surrendered unconditio
nally, the same rivilcve which tha Empe
ror of Russia accorded tha garrison of Co
morn. A courier arrived at Pesth.from Vienna,
with orJers to stop the butcheries in that
The organisation of the Austrian army
is going on with gra( activiry.
Gen. Dembinskra st-ier ana Drotner-io-
law were arrested at Cracow on the 17lh. '
The had never ioterlered in politics,
It is said that General Haynau has re
signed his post in consequeuce of the Em
oeror havine ordered him to erase his bloo-
dy work. He complained bitterly of his au
thority being Oiaregara oy mosc wno pro-.umr-J
to shoot Cunt Bathyany, it having
been hi fx press orders that he should be
The latest aceounts from Pestn state
that arrests were atill the orders of the day.
It is mid bv tlw Washington corres
pemdent of the New York Herald that the
Cabinet has resolved to resist the preten
tion ol England to the Mjsqui'o e eonnty,
even to the extent of war. The letter
wiiurs know nothing about the iuteutions
or tha Cabinet oneway or another. f
TlKre were six inches of snow en Tuea
dsv. rvn the mouuta ns between Wheeling
LEWISBURQ CIIKONICL.K AND WEST BRANCH FARMER
Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 14
0"See New Advertisements.
The County Advertisements take up ao
much room that wacan give them but one
or two insertions until we get smaller type.
We are requested to call a meeting of
all persona who wish to have established a
Reading-Rnom in Lewisburg, at the room
under Dr. Stewart' office, en Thubsday
evening, Nov. 15. We second this effort
for the public good, and hope enough may
assemble to devise a feaaible plan. It
will require but a small sum when divided
among many, and its convenience, econo
my, and beneficial tendi ncy on the com
munity and especially upon' the young, we
believs can be established by trial. Those
interrstrd, will not forget to attend.
Taking advantage of the high water in
the river yesterday, TEN of those large
class boats just finished by Messrs. FaiCK
fa Slifbk of this place, were started for
New York, amid the hearty cheers of the
laborers w ho had so long toiled to create
those excellent specimens of workmanship.
We wish them a safe und speedy urrivrl
at their distal' port of destination, dud a
like return of the proceeds.
Businfks-Meii's Almanac for 1S50
Is issued by V. R. Pai.mkb fromlhe Trib
une Buildings, New Y-jik. at 12, ct.-. $1
per d.., 7 per hundiod. It is emphati
cally a Rusirns. M Hi's work. We know
not where the same amount of information
" te opined in stimuli a compass.
" PTHr.K "liw in
Ami now is th
time to improve it by getting T7eirery
thing ready for the mud and cold to come,
Fee Soil unanimously ordained
in California !
The AItt Californian of the 1st of Oct.
gives the following acconnt of the proceed
ings of the convention, in session at M n
terev. for the formation of s State con.ti'u
lion and bill of rigbta.
This ln.dy, up to our latest dates, had
l)H,.n m session a lillle over three week
M jst of the provisiors of ibe proposed Con-
-tnu'.on bad been Rcted aud pSMu d upon
i n M.mrtifA nf fi.i, ubtil.
TilC ,i, of rTpim. . ,d..,.tcd in com
of the wl.olc, embraces twenty sec
itipg .i(,v(,ry. tfun.e few were iu law.r of
'' r "-7. "ZrjZ:Z. I
T.i.'.n, .Vow ofa r nuosiK. nnd w.
V(lej down ainiost ui animousiy .
The sufTra(.e question was ti c oure ol
c,.n.ideiJlWr s but was finally c'i
all male citizens ot
Sl1M -, uin,h, rt..,J. ce in
u,- inn u - - - -
falifornia, and twentv-one years oi age.
(Indians. Africans, and llm descendants of
Africans excepted, to the piivilrges of elec
tors. . .
The Constitution as far as adopted con-
foims veiy closely to those last adopted in
the several States. Il piohibits banking
and lotteries, and all membera of general
corporations are to lie individually liable
for iheir deht. The introduction of free
negroes or of slaves lor emancipation, is
N. Yoik. Nov. II, 9 o'clock P.M.
The steamer Empire City, arrived hers
. fc whh in,ei.0ce from Fan
' . . . . .
Francisco to September the 1st, being thir
ty days later (but the same as those ricei
ved by Ihe Falcon at New Orleans.) 6he
brings the mails and half million dollars
worth of gold dust.
She brings Ihe interesting and important
intelligence for Baltimore city of tha arri
val of no less than six vessels from that
tort at San Francisco.
Tho Detroit Daily Advertiser of the 4lh
instaot.states.that thesteamboat Nile.on ber
late trip up the lake, lost seventeen of her
passengers by cholera. Tha disease was
still prevailing in Mackinaw, and a few
deaths were occurring daily.
The Supreme Court of New Jersey has
' decided thai engineers on railroads are not
reponsib:e for the loas or injury ol cattle.
thai may come in contact with the locomo
tive, aa it is the duty of the owners to lake
care of their properly.
Steam on theSusquhanna. The steam
boat Tunkhannock is making daily tris
between Tunkhannock and Pittston, and
the enterprise is proving highly successful.
An effort is making for the secession to
Maryland of that portion of the District of
Columbia w hich formerly belonged to her
Pine Anpfea have been successfully cul
tivated the present season, in Attakapas
Michael Dime has beeu appointed Trea
surer of the Mint at New Ocleans. vice
Mr. Btal decl.ced.
fThe State Offices in New York are
probably divided between the Whigs and
Democrats by the vote of the Anti-Reoters
who voted lor some on both tickets.
New York City went Whig by ,0d0.
OCrBarry, Dem., is elected Governor of
Michigan by 3 or 4,000 majority. Senate
Democratic House uncertain.
Mississirri. Gen. J. A.Quitman.Dem
is elected Governor by a large maj., and
the Democrats gain a Congressman in the
room of Patrick Tompkins.
New Orleans, Nov. 12.
Gen. George Walker, the Democratic
candidate for Governor of this Slate, has
been elected. It is believed that the Con
gresaional delegation will atand as before.
The election parsed off quietly.
Wheeling. Va N..V.12.
Col. T. S. Haywood, W'hig, has been
elected to Congress from this district. This
is a Whig gain.
The Louisville Journal of Monday states
that Hugh Smith has been elected delegate
to Congress from New Mexico.
Ruth branches of the new Legislature
are Whig, though the Whigs lost several
Members of each by the Anti-Moaopoly
and other local iaus. There is. we be
lieve, an Anti.Monopoly'majority chosen,
and a charter (lr a uew Railroad arnse
the Stale w ill be nunted - subject, of
course, to tiie judgment of the Courts as
) to its legaTy.
U s'on, Nov. 13.
The ciiv of Rnston has given about 2VU0
majority for the Whigs. The returns in
dicate that George N. Rrigiis, the Whig
candidate for Governor, is elected by the
pcop'e. The coalition party have pmbn
bly electfd iheir Senntora in Middlesex,
Worcester, and Plymouth. In Norfolk
and E-sex iho contest is doubtful.
The House is largely Wh'g. In the
fourth Congresaional District Hon. John
(. Palfrey i riafeated by a larger majority
than before. The vote for Philips (coelition)
wilt be 10 000 less than last ytar. Bout
well's vote has hren increased.
New York, Nov. It
The prospects for the Whigs in this
State is this morning decidedly Letter. I'
is now eowedi d on all hands that the Sen
uteis Whig.ihe only question being wheth
r the majority is four or two. The As
sembly, too, is probably W big. though
here is a probability tha' it may be equal
ly divided between llie ln rii-a
Tho news from California faa created
quite a stir, and will add largely to il
stream of emigration Iran all our principal
cities. A br ut fifty young men bound to
California, came to this city by tho Eastern
boat-), on Saturday niuht. The ftearner
Einife CiJ a()J ohio Bf b(Jh , ,t..ve
lrt to rrow .f.eroo, a. 3 o'clock.
Intelligrnce from Oregon, received by
the E npire City, stales that the overUnd
emigrants report 1500 deaths on ihe route
Irom Cholera, and thai 800 wagons have
been left. The Oregon Spectator is to lie
Fears are entertained that the French
disagreement at Washington is not ended
The Snaquvhunna County Dank.
We learn Irom Montrose that the failuie
( 0f ,lf. i:uqU,.hBniiB County Bank has
j CBUSH(j tie ut atest excitement in that com
riiunitv. I he committee oi vireciors ap
pointed to investigate the aff.iirs of the lo
siiiuiion. report that the Bank has at least
$-100,000 r.fi at, of which probably $150
000 has recently been put in circulation at
the West, through a certain agent in Cin
cinnati, who was in Montrose but a week
before the institution exploded. The
Cashier. T. P. St. John, has been arres
ted in default of tO 000 bail. He had
assured the directors that there were but
$49,000 in circulation, and that every
dollar could be redeemed. So infuriated
were the citizens that they attempted to do
violence to bis person, and after his incar
ceration, they took the signs from the
bank, and placed them with an effigy over
the jail door.
The Grand Master of the Orangeman
at By town has come out wilh an address
to the members of all British North Amer
ican, peremptorily denouncing annexation
as utterlly disloyal and revolutionary,
threatening disaster and danger to the
country, and menancing the peace and
safety of the people. It is said that Que
hec is scarcely behind Mon'real in press
ing the question of annexation to ihe Uni
ted States. A manifesto in favor of the
project ia now in circulationin Quebec,
with 700 names attached, of men mostly
in high standing in thai city, of both Eng
lish and French origin.
Quiney, (III.) Nov. .
. Last night aboul filly negroes.nf all ages
and sext-s, with lea ns, stampeded Irom the
Missouri side of Ihe river. The slave were
owned by Misa Miller.Mr.McKinn and Mr.
McCutceon,of Sugar Creek, and Mr.Ellis,
of Monticillo, Lewis county. The slaves
were overhauled on Saturday morning.aod
after a desperate resistance and the loss of
their leader.they wera captured. The slave
who was killed belonged to Misa Miller;
Phiiadulphia, Thursday, Nov. 8.
Hon. Henry Clay arrived in this city
thia afternoon at 3 n'clnck.from Baltimore,
and was heartily welcomed by his many
friends and admirers. Col. Swift, Albert
R. Schofield. Esq. and Henry White.Esq.
met the Baltimore cars at Gray's Ferry,
and brought Mr. C. to Mr. Richard Bay
ard's private residence in Walnut-st. below
Eleventh, where he is now staying. Mr.
Clay haa made this visit to our city in or
der to attend the wedding of Mr. Bayard's
daughter which lakes pldcu this evening.
Henry Petriken, Esq., of Harrisburg,
died this morning at the Merchants' Hotel
in this city, aged 52 years. Mr. Petriken
had been for many years an active politi
Corrected litis day
Cloveiseed . .
Egl!S .... .
Tallow . .
, .... 50
In Xorihumbcrlcind, 1st ins', by Rev. :
Alliinn, Joskth R. Litwi;, of Will in m
port, and Mis Maris, dulitr of the late
Aibu C. Bnrrctt, lii'j., r,i Northumberland.
On the fiih ins'., I.v J A. Mi r z F.-o.,
Pctcr S.ppt, of Mifllinl urn. Union .'
and Caroline Elizabeth Stiiti.ek.oI 'o:nt
Twp. Northunib'rlnnd Co.
In White lt.er. 6lh inst., by Rev Mr
Ruthrautf. Vm. li ilhvii nnd Al.o
Sam ah TavJtr, both of tlmi T.
III Eat Buff.lo, F'riday, Nov. 9. widow
f'BBisrisji STKB.'SFa, aged 56 years.
In Milton, Tuesday last. Tho's Hulihen,
aged aboul 53 years. Sump day an iiifan'
son of Wm. Pursel. Siiineday in Liberty
Tp. Mrs. K'len Gray, ovrr 9:1 yenrs old.
In Delaware To. I4 h u't , lr. Junie-
; Dunn, in his li5'h yenr.
In Sunbury, oil., Mrs Mruaret
! Black. aed ainm! 42 ear.
Dr. JoUM I.c KK is now- pri pa
red to r'p.-ta-e in nil ihe variolic
branches ef , profession, OP
Mxrket flrefl. adjoining the printing i (lice.
Lew Uhurg, Nnv 12
i Stkmikn Mikip, now leach
fK? ',nf 'n Milton, wishes to give
I BSI1"" toiintici that he designs op. niny
I a school in Leitishurp, rif which he will
j give fiirtlw-r no ic in next week's paper.
' Mr. S. ten r In s a rlain business l;ind, aur!
j believes ho cm ;ie siitixfacion ns regnrds
tjoih terms ami instruction.
TRY THE NEV FIRM!
WYKOFF k EOUEEL
JOULD inform the pub'ic, thit they
have opened a shop on Fourth street
lower slorv of S. W. Wy kofPs old stand,
opposite Hunter I ardoe s shop, w here they
, w nerc mey
keep on hand or make tn order
Fancy and Common Chairs,
Boston Rocking Chairs also
Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads,
T W of various kinds.g'
14 " Settees, dtc.
Alt work in our line warranted to be well
made, and on the moat reasonable terms.
House and Sign PAINTING
attended tn by the subscribers on the shor
test notice and in the best style.
Country Prod'icc 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
wOrkfi and o doi.io. hm. in irivfi .
CTI share of public patroiiBt-r.
Z JOHN N. WYKOFr.
j JOSEPH M. HOUSE1..
Lewisburg, Nov. 1649
FULL supply for "Wholesale or Re
Pure White Lead Sirm Oil
Linseed Oil Pine Oil
Spirits Turntine Burning Fluid
Spanish Brown Prussian Bltia
do Whiting Chrome Green
..Venitian Red do Yellow
Red Lead Lamb Black
Yellow Ochre ('opal Varnish
Black Lead Japan do
Litharge leather do '
Crackers by the bbl. Alcohol
, Sperm Candles Tar
Mould Tal'.ow do Snap
Dipped do do : Castor Oil
Looking Glass Plates Sweet do
And a variety of FANCY ARTICLES,
which we will sell at a small profit, aud
not "at cosi," aa some a v.
Da. THORNTON & BAKER
Lewisbure, Nov. 13, 1649
JUST received a jienuine article of Cod
Liver Oil (or wholesak or retail.
Nov 13 Or Thornt. n & Baker
ANEW BDG0ET Tor sale, cheap. For
further paiticulars, enquire al this
, Lewisburg, Nov. ?, 1810
BRANDttKTH '6 PILLS.
THE New York on aaysi "Brandreth's
Pills have bran used among many of
our frtends.and in our owe family we have
used them nearly four years, when we re
quired any medicine, la that period, no
Doctor save Dr. Brandreth haa crossed our
threshold, and no medicine beside the Dr'a
Pills used. Our belief is, Keep your
bowels and blood pure," and every kind of
disease will be prevented or cured. The
Brandreth Pills are eminently calculated to
do this "nd thereby much lessen the sum
of human misery."
The genuine pill for sale by J. HAYES,
sole agent for Lewisburg. 6m223
Itf ORE about M'Lane'a Vermifuge!
1VX Read the following testimonial as to
the value of this great medicine for worms:
This is to certify that I purchased one
vial of M'Lanu's Worm Specific some two
months since. 1 administered two spoons
ful to a son of mine about 7 years old, and
I have no doubt but that upwards of 1.000
worms passed from him, measuring from
a quarter of an inch to two inches in length
'Dee.27 1847. G.W. Hollodav."
AGENTS--C W Sratrrts. Lewisbarc; H
J Chester, Milioo I Gerhart, Bchosfrove; J W
Frilinn, Sunburv ; Mrs M'Csy, Nurtbutntruio4s
M C Grist. J Mum., lWiile
freely on the surface
over the regioo of the pain, and you can
eai.it) throw off the div ase. Its application
i is attended with no lnoxer,and it will relieve
I you more speedily thin any other remedy.
! Price 25 and 38 cents. Sold wholesale
j or retail by Thornton At Buker.Lewisburg,
and Joiin II. Rivr. Milton
Ulcerated Sore Throat
Ii is well known lh.it, if neglected, this
complaint invariably leads to Consumption.
Ii' ihosr siifli-nng from thi. Hi .esse would
apply Dr.Trask'. Magnetic Oinimenl.lhey
would find iinuwdiaie relief. For full par.
ticul.irs, cull on the A gem 9. and get a
Sftd in l.ewisburs. wholesale or retail,
( Tnornmn & Baker. Price 25 and 39
ps yet boliie.
fit OTP. Tho ravages hi this dread
disease, which annually sweeps so many
iinunnd of interesting and lively child
ren to an untiroelv grave, may alwaya he
eer'ainly and imnsr-distelv arrested by the
application of Dr. Trask's Magnetic Oint
rept. Mo'hers whoe hearts tremble with
fear at the approach of its dread rattle, try
it. Price 25 to 35 ct p r bottle. Thornton
Si Baker, sole Agents for Lewisburg.
iirT) TC1 A ins-!e application of
V UltiN O. Dr. Triad's Magnetic
Ointment, will sali.vly any on of its efK.
icv in removing ih:s plague of tight boots.
Sold in Lewi-biirg.wholr"te and ret.ifl.
by Tborn'on cV Rak r. and by John II.
laser, Mitn. I'.ico 25 and 38 Us ptr
T ENGLISH and Gennan Aiwiias for
J sale by G Lawshe
CIOI-KT I'KOCl.AMATtOX Where lh
I H'n Aijns S Wii.... rresiileni Ju.tx
i the ly'i urt nt Common Pleas for Ihe lOih Jo!i-
il Tlistrict fon.i.iins f ihe ennntirs of t'ninn
nd Mifflin, suil Jvka Ximttliul swl Jacob Wit
Immytr Eh Atsoi-itle Julges in Union counlv,
hsse isoucd tbrir prt-crpt ljrin( dais ihe -9th
l of pl 1S49 snd t me rlirectrd fr the h'd
iline'uf so Orphans' l-ourt, Court of Ommfln
I'U is, Oyrr Ac Terminrr, and Grnrral Qusner
es-ioos si N.w Berlin fur tha county of Union,
. n Ihe 3J Muu.'sji nf I'-ec'r next tein the I7lh
itty 1849 snd lo e-mtinue Iwn weeks
MH ICK is therefira hereby Risen lo the
('i roner. Justices of the Prsca snd Constables in
sn.l for ibe county of Union, to sppear io their
own proper iers.mi with iheir rolls, rseonU, ia
quinition, exsroinstions and etbsi rsmerabraaces
io .. thnw things which of ihsir offices snd in
their th'f appertain Iu ls do. a, and srl wiincs
es snd uthrr persons prosscuiing in Whs If of
the Commonwealth sgainst sny persons are
required lo l than and there attending sad not
drpait without leave al iheir peril. Justir ant
reuraed to bo puneiaal in their atlsndaacs at
the sp pointed liSM sflrenble to nolica.
linen uudcr aiy hand arid seat al tha Sheriff's
office ia New Berlin oa tha tat day of Novembsr
A D. 1849 aud ia the 74th year . f Ilia Inileprif.
denca of the United futes of Amariea.
GOD save lbs Cnmmonwea'lb !
ARCHIBALD THOMAS, BbaiUC
SHERIFF 3A1.ES. The sheriff of Union
roonty will aril al Kline's Hotel in lwis
burg on Saturday 1st Dec at 1 1 o'rl.-ek A M.
A tract of improved laird in Lewtsburf coolai.
iiing lea and "n-(irlb arrca, a :jiniig lands of
Ssral Aainion, Thoa Reher, Brnj Derr and lha
Uuflalos creek also a qusriet acre lot, corner of
St John and Second streets, w hereon arc a frams
lieosa, frame stabla, well with s pump and other
buildings sold as the property of John Jonas,
He will also sail on the premises in New C
loml'ia, on Saturday t4ib Nov at 1 1 o'clock AM.
Two tola of groand marked Nos M and 61,
sarh 46 Cert wide and I6t doe, on No SI ta a
two story brick house, a stable and well with a
pump, and oa No 50 is s blacksmith shop sold
aa the propsity of Lewis Drrehain.
He will aha sell at tha Court H.ue iu New
Berlin on Monday 17th Dec at ,
A Il of one loaith of an aers in New Berlin
adjoining lands of Dasid Srha.ee. New Market
atrrci, so Alley, and lease Weaker, whereon an
a two story frama bouaa. half barn, wall wilh a
pomp, and fruit Uses an Id as Ik property of
Also two lots of ground ia Sclinsgrova, contai
ning aboat ons half sera, bounded by lands of
Was By era. Main snd Wstor atresia, snd sn
Alley, whereon are a log hotiar, log stable snd
other oniboiMinea sUo a I' on tha Ule of Que.
bouniled b Lot N i.lke Penn's CsnaL Ix No
8, siirl Psnns rreek, whareon is reeled a frame
warebousr told as Ihe property of O Gun Ji urn.
Also a tract of land ia l'enns township, con
taining J5 serrs, adjoining land of Teicr and Jno
Bsily, J. ho Trult and John Kran. whsreoa are
a log house, log ham, tlaeksiniih shop, ftp.in''
hoosa and spp'e orrbsni sold as the properly of
An bi-nj B sUaa. '
flX) the Tax Collectors of Union coumy.
X As the year will soon come to a close,
and ouifjCounty Settlement will have to be
made, we hope the Colieciora will make a
vigorous eflort to have tlieir respective Du
plicates settled up.
Delinquent Collectors previous to 1849
will take this friendly hint, as it is the last
thai will be given And we hereby givs
notice that we will make no tExnneratioos
after next December Court, so that ell iota-
rested will attend.
Chihii'i.' office. New Brilia. Oil. 30 !!
Jury List December Term, '49
New Berlin : Jacob Mauck, Saml Askins
Union : U'ilmm McPherson
Middlecreek : Jacob Mohr
Penns: P Gemberling, Jr., (I A Sovdsr,
H W Snyder
Cast Buffdlo : Daniel WSrener
Lewisburg : Benjamin Riaael
West Buffalo : David Shaffer, Sam'l 8 sea
Kelly : Jacob Moyer
White Deer : Jacob Sypher
Hartley : Beneville Yarer, ChVs Eux.ry
M.fflmburg : Berry hill Bell
Beaver : Joel Klinger, John Breiniagsr
West B-aver : Aaron Ing
Perry ; Philip Weiney
Chapman : Perry Kremer
Washington : Jno Dubs, J S llackenbcrg
Centre: Aaron G Hassiagcr
7urere Juror i.
New Rr-rlin : Ilenry Auraod, Jno R;sKor.
Union : Michael Benfer. Abrshm kjer,
John Normon, Daniel Renter. Ken.,
Penns : Jacob Kreider, John Harrison, J
Perry : Jacob Marin, John S'rauser
Chapman : Francis Buchwalur. Philip
Washington : Daniel Sterner, Amhnuy
Specht.Wm Trestx, Henry Reicl-nbaTrr
Middlccreck : Geo Danbermao
Centre ; Jn-j S Kern. Geo Byer,JnoErb,
Jno Swenule. Jno Buwersm.
Beaver : Jim B ngaman
Wrst Beaver : Jno HarVy
Lewisburtt : Alex'r M'Cluie, Bers Am
mons, Jis Marsh
Kellev: TImi'sI 'linznb.Tho's Ilaaard.'Wir)
Wilsnn. son of K.
White Deer: Michael Yost, Sam'l Gerrb
ertinir, l-tae Hiyh
Mifflmburit : Jos Kilert, Jac Dckad, Da
vid Meitgeoer. David 1 1 err
West BuflVo : John L Rocke Ceo Drsis
barh, Wm Forster, Augs Garber. Elite
Ilartlef : John Mower. Juhn pigelmvsr.
1)skI S itger, A now Cook
Buifnio : MsrliM Drei-barb.
r,tit Jurnrt. fid tree )
I'n'on:' Jhn Cnrsasrnve, John l.eiHv..w -
rhael M ller, lobn Guver.Chn's Cawlev
Weat B aver : Jno D Ruling Win Bar I,
Michael. Bar. Ih nrv Beofer
Beaver: Jno Bickel,Jes I letxlncks.phi
Centre; Ge Sampael. Sen, Fre-I Kieme-,
Jim Smelker, KJw Snyder. Reuben K!-
Middlecreek : J.tcob SrtTr. J"sml Yu'is'
Perry : John Rnthlnn. Jnneph Shatto
Washington: Isaac DMer
Finns : Benjam Smith, Philip Kan'z
Hartley : Jacob M Hire, Henry Vsn::.
West Buftslo : Jacob Derr, Sam'l Yourte
Buffalo : Mich Grove James SiroontnD.Jr.
John Biddle, Geo Miller
East Buffalo : Jermiah Rater
White Deer : Henry .4I, Charles K'ios
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
FOR 8AIX PnUlc r Private-
THE subscriber will expose lo public
(if not before disposed of privaielv' "
Tuesday, 26th Dec. next,
at 10 o'clock, A.M., the premises no e-
cupied by him, on north Fourth street,
square from the Main street, marked on ;'
Town Plot as HALF LOT No. 192-
which is a two-storey Frame
House, 34 feet front by 28 deep.
(part of which ss aed for a Hal shop ii
.J -mU &. y .mtA nt nin. arSTsW
Shop.) also a largo Slabs, a Wood-M. H f
Stable, and all asresaary outbuildinr-'
never-failinc Well of good waist snd
lbs back building, and a Ciatsca and Pump u
yard. Aa indisputable tilts, and possession f
on lha 1st of Apnl, 19S0. ; ...
Also offered as above. LOT N 1;
unimproved, lying immoitiaiely bark of t
going, and fronting on Fifth street.
Persons wishing can sisw the proper" st
tiino. Tenas funber spscifisd oo the J'-K"
Lswisbwrg, Nov. 1. 1849
For Salo Cbea
4 FULL Lot. on North Fourth St
iL on which is a I wo storey
Frame House. 16 by S3 B
:.r. - n.u ..-rU ii nil
NILU SI wwuw. J
Pmm Siahls. 1 A hv 20 an out
Kitchen. and other out-buildimp-'""
occupied by Gaoaon Fka-. Nu"
. . . DAVID REBER, Ag'
Lewisburg, 0U 31, 1S49
UK StAl.lv. I ho suoacriu"'" '
e,n th. Borough of I-1
: the intersection of S:. A" .1
. .. ain "I
i ty . l. .la msin
isi ruunn simi i. us
muinv irom rnnaasiuiim . s
...j l-J:- ft., j n.-.hnnse at I
au wn. iat "ig-"" - (fi
two atory Ira me, wnn a new ..
and other ntsjewaary outtjuuu". '1
land comprisea 6 Acres and 60
all in high slate of cultivation. J
are a variety of choice Fruit re .
-i i - e-:i; .ell f
Ii ia well situated for public huio1
a - a . a ll -....lrtlt
ny kind urn wno Fr"
f.m.Iy, or can ba "11
Lewisburg, Oct 6, 1849
T?R r3H Corn Meal for sale b