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Prom Ihe American Agriculturist.
Work for December.
Settle Your Account. " Short settle-
n enis nifik !rg friends,'' und as we wish
to see love end .ocd will to all men flnt,riih
ever I. ere, we commence our cdviee in
work for IWirr.lrer, Willi fin earnts! re
commendation to our read rs, to make it
one of 'lie duties of this month lo settle
every account with every individual with
whom they have had nny dealings durii g
the past year. If their is any matter of
St Iftfr-n von nnd crmp n itrl.liur. Rfi in th? 1
c . !
common course of human character mere !
will be, do not go lo law about it ; don't 1
sue or be sued for a paltry l.ttle sum It i
k far better, more neighborly, arid far !
moie in accordance with the spirit of
Christianity, to submit it to Iwoor three
of your friend ; and let us tell you, from
seven years experience in lining up costs
:o a law cour', it is fur less epcns.ve.
1 lien-fore, take ihe advice of one w !r has
the bel wishes for your welinre, and settle
alt your account, or makers of d fi rente
with neighbors, or relet .ves. in December,
and thin you will le prepared for a marry
Christmas and huppy-new-ycar.
Make Your llous-e VVrni. If voj have
attended to this udvice lor November, do
not neglect it a day longer. Above all
thing!", make the "old folks' room" com
fortable. ' lit nor thy lather and mother''
Sic, which you csn do in no other nay
more truly than thus administering to their
comfort during a cold northern winter.
Kememher Your Stock. Be ussund
that it takes just as much more to feed a
eow warm out of doors, us it would of fuel
to keep a stove warm in n open room, in
stead of a tight ore. This is poor economy.
Killing H gs This is the month for
butchering, and nkh'.iogh it is a jub of
hard, dagr eable lobor, farmers gMieraliy
contrive to make a day of pleasure of it,
1V inviting some neighbors to come and
help, by way of" changing works." This
is all right. 1: promotes harmony r.nd
good feeling ; provided, that old fashioned
accompaniment of bu'errcring day is ex
clud(d. As jou love peace, banish the
Id black rum jug don't scald) our throat
instead of the hog. The way to scold bogs
in, not to heat the water in kettles, ase
used to do, over the old kitchen fire, and
then carry it out in pails, lo the great dan
ger of everybody around. Provide o
trough about tin feet long, and wide and
dep t ii nyh to receive the body of a large
bog ;. fiU it hu'.f full of cold water ; have
a diseu st n.es, weighing tin to twenty
pounds each, hea'ed in k convenient fire ;
take them out with a shovel (it will not
injure a bam shove!) ; p it them into one
end of the trough, and the water will soon
bot enough ; then re-beat for tho next
lg. Water may be heated in a tub. or
barrel, bat it is nut so couveuienl as a
trough. x ty it
Have Your Oxen Shod. This is im
portant at ihe north. They arc tar n.ore
economical t'rfin-horsen, nnd if well shod,
will do as much work in getting up woo-',
diawing logs to the 6uw null, sl d im,:
rails, hauling in hay from 'ha wa'er mea
dow, whi e it is frozen, and hajl.tig out
manure when it is not and a tliouaml- (
nn I one winter j ibs that every good fir
mer will attend lu this meiith.
Christmas. Be sure mid make this a
dv i f rdcasttre and prol I Let it be a
------ , .
letisl offal things
HavH you children and
gmndchddren hoin in the old lann house,
Hid thnnk tiod for one more return of this
d .v. l.-t the children enjoy a merry
Vi.i; Y..ur N- uhbors. and talk over
- - - - f-.
pUr.s fir improving your farms,
these l"ii; winter evenings
Take a mini-
l.er ot it.e Acriculiu:
t in riir hand, and
:how ;li-iii whit a va'uablo prper l e ran
t !or a doi'ara year; ana tl.eu gu-n.u
i i 1
as many su'.in'iioirs
as you po.-sit ly can
anners, stay al limp.
'Ih.sfau y rtpubheof Ameii.-a is an
rveila-tuirf " great c",I,lr. V ir"1 ,l
is s'irctdiv su-pectc-d that it will W I"'"
Il,e b..U!.Js ate fivd, and ibis greatness,
.1 1. A n . Ii. .-..I ,.:. ,,111.11,
,.r vas i.ess, inoun a j,"---
. j t k. r,nrelves. as a lull' n, is llie
j ' 1 1 -
c rv tiling H-ai " s K'-p "
lapd im, r .vmei.t in the management ol
im aflairs. I-d being nu-re plenly than
peoj. e. it is rhri;i h-re, in couipai ison w ith
o'b"r ountries, and therefoie the fain.er
tcits on new land, which is bonphi lor a
tiifie, turf whin be has i.early !nnist.d
h a aoil.ins'.raa of alien ling to renew il,
h-i adotts what le c.T.sid.-is rhi a,.er
courte ; he sells h'S !arm for wh.it he ran
W. nulls up stakes, and moves aay
other new land, the sod of
without troube or expense manuring,
i, ready to btic? f-r h 'a" 'fl"i UP""
merely receiving trie aeea irom ine nno
of the owner.
Well, thi" system may have been wry
l! once ; it Ins served lo pu,h-mir back
woodsmen further towards otir Imider. on
the great west, and thus aid iu peopling
our magnificent territory, and develoiimj
uur at resoiirces ; but as it is unportanl
Itutt we, ! how-, miiakr to kw fe
. i r a
fur rners in our New England and Middle
States, it stands us in band to aee that
they pay attention to improvements in ag
riculture and the creation of new soils, so
that they may not be tempted to run away
to the rich praries of the West, and leave
those engaged in other occupations to eat
their own productions. For my own part,
as a showman, I should be sadly puzzled
if I was forc ed to rat " stalled monkeys,''
" Fejce mermaids,"' of ' wooly horses,"
mid I have no doubt that n.anv others
would be bothered to digest iheir own pro
ductions. I will merely instance the black
smith, the shoemaker, the clergyman, the
dentist, the saddler, the carpenter, ana tho
mason. Surely the blacksmith
would be obliged to pick "his teeth with
oue of his own nail rods, after having
niaJe a breakfast of horse shoe9 or ox
chains ; the shoemaker, after dining on
solo leather and black wax, would hope it
was his last and his ull ; the clergyman,
who could digest nothing but bis own ser
mons, would consider it a terrible sentence
to be lorced to " eat his words ;'' the car
penter would declare it was the hardest
deal he ever tat;( he was obliged to swal
low deal beards for his lunch ! the dnitist
would starve to death " in spite of his
teeth,'' it he had nothing but teeth tor his
food ; the saddler would rather be a horse,
and ware l!.e saddle en the outside, than
to find a place for a tlir-vp in his interior
and thejstone mason would'soon beat work
building hi own sepulchre, if he saw that
ho must gnnw nothing but grauite, till
" dust returned to dust
It seems quite necessary, therefore, that
we should keep the farmers among us.and
as this is only to be done by letting them
have land worth tiling, it is highly im
pnrtnnt that they should know bow to
uuhe such land.
When I visited England, six years ago,
the first thing that struck me was the
beauty and fertility' of the soil. Every
farm appeared a gs-rim. In fact, Fog
'and is a garden. F.very inch of laud is
cultivated. Even Ihe sides of railroads,
up to within a few feet of the iron track,
are made to produce wheat, b-ley, or
potatoes. The beautiful line of hedges,
w hich se gladden the eye of an American,
en uncultivated lands. The very biil tops
nre made fertile to their sum-nil ; the
swuinps are drained, ditched and bliud
ditched, and every ft cf t anh that the
labor and ingenuity ol man cuo render cul
tivatable, is made lo send forth its green
st -Iks nn I golden harvests.
It U important that the American, and
especially tl.e.New-England farmer.ijhould
kno hi.w this is all dona. 1 have dined
and lived wiih English farmers ; 1 have
associated with them: I have frequently
obtained their friendship, and sometimes
their conBJence ; and, by hook and by
crook, I huva wormed this important were!
out of them. I have obtained their philos
pher's stena ) 1 have got the clue to the
ever-living fertility of their soil ; and now,
Connecticut fwmer, in the fullness of my
hesit, which happens lit this time to be
overflowing with the ' milk of human
kir.ducss,'' I will fre1y, without the hope
of fee or reward, in. part to you this graed
tferet. See that you improve by it. I'
all consists of one siinplti word, not to be
repeated It- itVm li.rte times, and as
many more ns you please, provided you
aet as ortcn as you speak Manure! ma
nlke! MANUIIK! arnrm' Addresi.
What Far with an Oat in it. A quick-
j s iyhtod correspondent to the editor of tho
j ionai u uarneiiers i.nrnnicie lu.eiy aeui
j on ear of w he at wit!, an out flower growing
j "ut or it. On pulling the ear to pieces,
J chuff after cl.all, (he heat came awsy and
j tha origic ol ihe out was laid bare ; but its
stalks hud turned round ihe central uxis
ol tb'! ear; more chaff was pulled away,
, another turn s riicoved. At last, allei
-s ro)iiig v.kiu.uuiu auu
j. . . ..i..iri....i. .1 ! l 1...
if dioi i.d the oat. lis stalk bad twisted
itself rcuud the ear of wheal when both
were very young ; ihey had grown up lo-
iottir In,!.! rti htri-l pmKrsrA 1 tKp f-KrtfT
i f ()c whpQt h;id compL.ley hidden the
aj q ()(e )ilIt wllicll at ast, by some
accident or violence, was snapped from its
(,arHnIi nllj :,nging to us supporter.
. u; tracf.s cf js hidJeu iJave
)t f.M aecidents as this led to Ihe pos
i iiive assertions that one kind of grain will
rhan-e into another t Certainly: and
this is ono way in which
chess. f'.ng'uh Paper.
wheat turns to
Dr. Parkman's Case.
The veid cl of the Coroner's inquest up
on the mutila'cd remains of Dr. Parkman
was rendered on Thursday aflernoon.char
jing Prf John V. Webster with the mur
der. The investigation lasted ten days, and
a very large numlier of witnesses were tx
j uniued, but their evidence, covering some
: t.j ,., e, of f(H),ca ,t js withheld by in
struction of the Attorney General uulil the
meeting of the Grand Jury, who are to in
stil rile fur' her investigations in ihe case,
and report during ihe month of January
next. Tha following is iha verdict :
St'rrotK, ss. An inquisition taken at
the city of Boston, within I lie county of
Suffolk, on ihe 1 3th day of December, In
the year of our Lord, one thiusind eight
LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER--;
hundred and forty-nine.before Jabez Pratt,
Esq., one of the Coroners of said county,
apou the vtew of sundry parts of the body
of a dead man, viz. thorax. kidneys, pelvis,
two ihighs.Iefi leg, and sundry bones there
lying dead, by the oaths of Osinyn Brews
ter, John L. Andrews, Pearl Martin, Thos.
Iiestieaux, Lewis Jonos, llarem Merill,
good and lawful men who being charged
end sworn to inquire for the common
wealth when, how, and by what means aaid
dead man cane to his d'ath. upon their
oaths do say that they all have been dem
onstrated to be parts of one and the same
person; that those parts of the human Ira me
have been identified and proved to be the
remains and part ol the dead body and
limbs o( Dr. Georgo Parkman, late I
citizen of said Boston, aged about 60 years
that he cams to bis death by violence at
said Host on on the 23J dav of November
lust or between the hours ol one and a half
of the clock on the afieriu.on cf that day,
about which time be entered alive and in
good health into the Massachusetts Medical
College building situated in North Grove
St., in said Boston, and ihe hour of four of
ihe clock iu the afteruoon of the thirtieth
day of November last when a portion of
said remains were found concealed in and
under the departments of Dr.John V .Web
ster, of Cambridge, in the county of Mid
dlesex, in said College bnilding, in which
building the residue of said remains were
afterward discovered ; that hn was killed in
sai l College buildiug by a blow or blow,
wound or wounds ii. dieted upon him with
some instrument or weapon to the Jurors ;
unknown and by means not yet known to
said Jurors ; nnd that said blow or blows,
wound or wounds inflicted upon him, and
said means were used by the hands of said
Doctor John W.Websier.by whom he was
In witness whereof, the said Coroner
and Jurors to this Inqu sition.huve set their
hands and seals, the day and year above
said. Signed by the Jurors.
BY 8. 88. OTff-gJiBa.
TUt fuHtiwing flrMi-i art authitriztd tu vltdn
:ilieriiliiu und adrertittmrtits f t tkii pejifr:
V B PiLMia, 89 Pint Sl Pliilid and at hi
office in Bsllimoie. Bmou M.J Kw York
Li to FaiTT, 161 Natwu tit iNi-w York
Wednesday Afternoon, Dec 19.
Notice Fite.. We have been paying
visits to many persons in this towu and
the country adjacent, weekly, for nearly
two years and cno: f them have return
ed our calls, promptly, thus keeping up a
a valued acquaintance. There are several
however, who buve never paid us for ihese
visits, nor sent an equivalent. We are not
over-nice on mere mutter of etiquette, but
must insist tlnttliey ere baldly doing the
lair thing in ihe matter; and utiles they
improve in this brauch oi business polite
ness, we shall le compelled lo make a
finul call by prosy.
JOn our firsl page is home article
which we commend to the earnest regard
of our readers. It con'ains truth. There
a ie enough able men, in Lewisburg and
ihe country doing business with it, lo sus
tain a newspaper which in its appearance
und profit to them they can show with
pride against every Country paper in the
Sia'e. We have procured the services cf
an Editor who is as capable of conducting
a press 8S any gentleman now connected
with it. He shall be paid for his services
and as the Editor and Printer are sup
ported, thay wilt exeit themselves for your
benefit. Think of it,ye men ol Lewisburg,
bTelly.and the BufTal es!iJ
f7AVe have received a communication
(which is accidentally mislaid,) highly
complimentary to the concert of Mr. A. IS
Wlntlock, Voculist and Violinist, given in
the Town Hall on Monday last. The
writer expresses a d?sire lu have Mr. W.
repeat the entertainment.
jC7No organization of Congress yet,
and oo prospect of one. If our party (the
independents) rnly had the majority, the
business of the nation would oot thus be
neglected and trampled upon by worthless
and reckless party-bound political aspi
rants ! .
(Tli is gratifying to ere that the Stu
dents are helping themselves and U-ing
helped by others to a good board walk
Ironi ilarket Street to the board-walk a
ready made upon the College grounds to
srThaiik to Hon. Jbs. Casey for
favors from Washington -when sent.
P. S. " Pub. D ic.M ree'd from Hon. J.
Casey. ' ' '
03"A capital affair is that Ejg Stove
.n.inufl.ctured bv Christ & M'Faddeo.
We seak after Irving one
z -v V 23
C7We are inlormed that George A.
Frick Esq. of Danville, was chosen cash
ier of the Dank at Danville, allhe meeting
of the Directors last Monday.
Adjutant Gen. law is.whu was wounded
in one of his hands by a ball during the
campaign against Mexico, had it extracted
on Thursday oflast week by Dr.H-T.Child
and Prof. Mut'er, of Philadeladclphi, and
Dr.Thomas Vanvalzrth, of thi place. The
ball had penetrated between the bones of
the hand, ad was so (irmly wedged that
the operation was rendered both d'fficult
and protracted. It was. however, success
ful, und we are gratified that the Geoerai's
condition is greatly improved, and strong
hopes are entertained '.hat he will expert
ence very little or no'tinconveniencehereaft-
re from the painful infliction he has been
subjected to. LtwittowH Gazette.
Seven days later from Europe.
A telegraphic dispatch received from
Berlin announces thai the Austrian Cabi
net had made a formal protest against the
roiivoc itiow of the German Parliament at
Ei falsi, and stating that the Austrian gov
ernment had intimated the probability oi
an urnie-.l interference in the affairs of
The same account stated that ihe Prus
siaa Government had answered khn Aus
trian dispatch by decl'iring that Prussia
would maintain her righis.
FraM'R The personal quarrels of the
Legislative 'Assembly have terminated in
some half a doxeu duels. M. Pierre Bo
naparte finrid in soma three or four ol
ihuse encounters come ol which have ter
Measures for modifying the constitution
are still discussed. It is now sugg'-siej iu
change ihe Legislative Assembly 't
constituent body, lo be invested wita ibe
power of eleclin,! the t'resirter.i, ana oi
establishing the term ul hi i.fiice li suc h
period as may ohviale ihe necessity o! Iie
queut appeals to universal suffrage.
Tuhkev. From C mstaniinople wa
learn ihat nothing has transpired calcula
ted to disturb the previous pacific course
of events. It is confidently stated that ihe
British fleet tits orders to withdruw from
Nothing further is known relnlive to
the w hereabouts of ihe Hungarian and Po
lish refugees. Tha Kusaian Ambassador
has once more been ndmitted to nn inter
view wi;h the Grand Yixier, and diplomat
ic iirercourse between Russia and ihe
Porte may be presumed lo be renewed.
ArsiRM Austria appears autisfied
with what Turkey has done by transport
ing the Hungarian refugees lo ihe interior.
Kt'S-l.. AKD Tl'BKFV llujiMS d
mands that ihe Poli-h refugee he expelled
Ironi ihcO tomon Empire, ami Litis
imnrismcd. without even eicenlir.g those
who have embraced lilahomfdanisin
The Sultnn received these propositions
in a manner that showed ihey would not
be acceded to. A council w as about to be
convrn-d tu take them info consideration.
Ths Vienna corre'pnn'lenl of ihe Daily
News save thnt leltcra from Ccnstimttm.-
le mentioQ that fresh subjects of dispute
had sri-n between Turkey and Russia,
in consequence of the energy of ihe uuited
diplomacy of England and France,
WaauiNCTOH, Dec. 15.
Sfnte. The Senate assembled al 12
o'clock. I he Vice President resumed his
seat and called lo order.
The Hon. J. M.Berrieo, of Georgia.of
fen d a resolution to appoint a commiuee
to wail upon the I'resideent.and inform ban
that the Seriate had orgaosied, and was
ready to receive any executive Snmmunic
alien that he might have to transmit
meaning, no doubt, nominatione and trea
ties. Mr. Clay rose and said, that he had in
tended lo oiler a similar proposition. He
stated that there were precedents which
could be adduced in its favor. He procee
ded to make a brief and eloquent speech in
favor of its adoption; which was, on being
put to vote, carried.
The committee was appointed by the
chnir, when they retiied.
It was then proposed that the Senate go
into eiecutive session.
Mr. Clay supported the motion, but inti
mated that he should not lead on any sub
ject. The motion was carried.
The President, it is said, will send in
several communications on Monday, when
the Senate will be in executive session to
House Thejournal was read as usual.
Nathaniel S. Lif.lefield, (Dem.) of Me.,
offered a resntntion, that the Ilouie do not
adjourn to-day, until a choice of Speaker
Oo motion of ltob'i AV.Johnston,(Dem )
of Ark., it was laid on ihe table.
Preston King, (F. S.) of N. Y., said that
if tho Democratic party would organise for
the the elections of a Democratic Speaker,
he believed that Wm. Strong, of Pennsyl
vania could be elected.
- The House then proceeded to vote with
the following results :
Boyd, (D.m.) 83 85
Sianlv.fWhig) 65 67
Winthrop, HVhig) 20 14
Potter, (Dem.) 22 16
Morehead, (Whig.) 3 6
T. Stevens, (Whig) 24 28
Scattering "14 9
Total, 220 220
Highest vote, (Boyd, Dem.) ,
The House, after these three attempt,
finding it impossible to elecl a Speaker.ad-
journed at 2 o'clock, till Monday.
MoKotv. Dec. 17, 1549.
The House of Representatives, has been
very busy for another whole day in doing
nothing, although some of the members
seem to be quite anxious now to e'eela
Speaker, if it is only to sign the drafts on
ihe Treasury for their pay and mileage.
It is evident from ihe past, thst tUmost
of them ran only be influenced in the per
formance ol their duty through some such
motive as this, and if the landladies of
Washington will scold terribly about their
board bills, we may probably expect
Speaker before long. Tha brokers are
said to be shaving some of them heavily,
and the pecket being a tcuder spot with
politicians, we think we may promise our 1
readers a Speaker and the President's
Messnge before the end oi the week.
All propositions that might have lead to
an election were voted down yesterday,
though tho impression seemed to be last
evening that some of them will be adopted
and tried lo-day. It is evident that there
is no use of continuing lo ballot without
some arrangement being trade among par
tics, out of the house, and if the members
have auy desire for an organization, they
should set in th? matter ui once.
Tho following was the result of I he" four
bailots cast ycterday, making fifty-one
4S:h 49 50 31
SO 67 67 7
70 72 75 67
10 -ci 19 14
17 14 13 ia
-18 1! 0 0
4 5 3 4
0 0 1 : 16
- 1 4 3 4
. 0 8 12 21
Linn Bovd, D. - -It.
C. Wioihn.p, W
C. IS. M.in hi ad. V.
E. D Potter. D. -I".
Sievees, W. -11
T. Di.ucy, V.
Hugh W hile. . .
Win. Strong, D. -Scattering.
- - -
There was 'i'i'i voaes cast ou each bal
lot, except the last, on which ihere weie
'Sii. It will Le seen 1 hut Mr. W Inlh.op
beg iq to full back on tho fourth ballot,
and thai sixteen of the northern wl.igs vo
ted for ilgh White, of New York, whose
name had just been introduced on ihe pre.
Corrected this day
Flaxseed . . .
Cl"vcteed . .
In Lwiburg, on Friday the 11th itisf.
Henry Gorio, only child of Professor
Geo. W. end Maria F. Anderson, aged 31
In Milton. 7th inst., Mrs Faskt, wife
of Siephen Wilson, F.sq., aged about 4S
EIJCF.IVFD at Former's Store ""
French Mrinoes for Ladies' Cloaks.
Palmetto Cloths do 1
Lyonese do , do ,-
IS lack. Moroon anj Green colors ;
New Style Calico and Delaines ;.
Also an assortment of Ladies' Gum over
Shoes. OlTered at reduced prices.
Lewisburg, Dec. 18, 1849
JUST received, at Forster's Store
50 sarks superior Liverpool Ground
25 do dairy Salt, Alum Salt,
which is offered cheap. Dec. 18.
0!J Dr. Jacob Townsend's
SAKSAPAPJLLA also S. P. Town
seod's SorsapnriUa for safe by
Dr. Thornton & Baker.
ELECTION. - .
"V0TICE is hereby given to the Siock
1 holders of the Lewisburg Bridge
Company, that an Election will be held at
the house of the Misses Black's, in' lh
Borough of Lewisburg, on Monday the 7th
day of January, 1650. lor the purpose of
electing one President, six Managers.Trea
surer and Clerk, to conduct the concerns
of said Companv for one vear.
WILLIAM CAMERON, Presl.
rFIIE subscribers offer the publie, at their
new Brick Foundry, the following new'
and valuable Stoves :
Iron Witch Air-Tight Cooliing Stoies,' with
s Iirkk Oven. ' I 10.
l.mly Washington Tirlor Stov. T
Cast Iron Air-Tight Parlor Stove, for Wood
2 sisss. ' n . .!
Coal Burner for Psrlou 1 thr, la iacb evj.
inilcr. ' '
Louis Air-Tight fJsst Iron Parlor Stove
bhield Air-Tight . Pirlor Stove for Wood 3
sizes. ' , .
Egg Stove-the verv H in UM for' gtores,
(Juices, Darrooms, and Sbuiw. :: ,
The rrlcb.sit j Gcneseo Air-Tight Cook Klove
The Complete Cook S siies.: ;
Also, all kinds of Wood and Coal Stores
Ploughs Castinas. kc. b.-.a : b..
, -.V - CHRIST -
Lewisburg, Dec. It, 1819.
.' . ; I 45
Ltt 1 7
A good tnv used only
COAL s one winter,
170M iale by one of the
T Dec. 17
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attractions whii-b glilie.r in its pages a se- '
ries of plates w hieh w ill far surpass in point
ol excellence and beauty, anything which
msy be furnished by any publication ol a
similar character in America. It is not any
ing too much to assert that the new vlo-
ume will commence with a perfect blazoof
jjierary and artistic light, and the ascend.
ency thus acquired shall be fully sustained
throughout Ihe er.tite vomme.
The publishers have in preparation a
number of premium plates designed as pre
miums for new subscribers. Among these
may be mentioned an engraving of perfect
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QVV HEMLOCK RAILS, 2 inches
O XJ J thick and 12 feet long, for
sale for Cash only. S. A.MMoN.
Lewisburg, Dec. 4
CAME inlo the enclosure of the
subscriber, several weeks since, a
RED BULL CALF, supposed to be about
a year old. The owner is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges,
and take it aw.iv.
WILLIAM WILSON, Ju.
Kelley Tp., Nov. -id, 1819.
VALUABLE. REAL ESTATE
THE subscriber offers for sale the goed
substantial Brick Dwelling, with ne
cessary out-buildings, handsomely situated
on Third street io the Boro' of Lewisburg,
now occupied by him.
Also Twelve Acres of LAPJD situates"
in Ke.ily 'ownship, within 3-1 of a mile of
said Bornnh, in a good state of cult.va
tion. For terms, apply to
II. II. NOLL.
Lewisburg, Dec. 10, 1849-
A market Street Eoase, Shop, and Lot
FOR SALE OR RENT.
! "PHAT valuable properly on Market S:.
1 I onnositH Cook's f'oidi Shnn Tt.p
li0se is a two-storey Frame, 20 a
i,- :to the Shop iwo-morev 20 bv
! . . . ... .. ' . '! f kr
37, including a Wo'dlhouse on ihe .'JJ'S
firsl Bonr. A amall Smbie mrrrtrni .1
Apple, Peach. Plum ami Cherry tree &con ibe
M and good Water on tho aJjacaiH luc
It will tie told on reasonable Irons payments
rca-Je easy. , If not aolil by ibe lt of Jaouary, it
t ill ( olt'-rej fur rent from ihe 1-t of April nen.
Inquire of ihe subrrrrtier ou ihe prernise.
HTf PHEX U. CHAFPELL.
Lewiburg, Nov. 20, lt!)--6wI0
TALl-ABl.E towa pkopektv
ri SALE Public or I'rit atc.
f j"lC subscriber will expose to public sale
I (if in t litfire disposed of priva'elj) ou
Tuasday, C5th Dec. next,
at 10 Vlo-'k, A.M., ihe premises now oc
cupied by him. i n north Fourth street, one
8'iuare from the Main street, marked on ihe
Town Plot as HALF LOP No. 192 on
which is a twn-storev Fr.vue JL-ml
H.)ose, 3t fei't front by 28 deep, f!TTT
(pnrt nf whi. h it u-eil for a Hut nhop 'J'j!
and will uit tvr any kind uf OjTire or
ttiop,) alo a lafye SiaLIe, a Vod.-h,L', rfs
SiiLlf, and a1! nrcr.Fary oultmiljililv writ) a
never-failiiK Well ol goo.1 natet ami s Pump -n
the baik building and a Ci.-tern and Pump in :h3
yard. An iridt-putalile litte, and potNiession gi.-n
on ihe 1st of April, IS.'iO.
Also ollered as above. LOT No. 277,
uiiiirpioved ly it g immeilia'ely bark of t!i lort
("in;, and fri'minir on Fif:h fired.
Per.vi wisbina can view ihe property al anv
lime. Term further tpeciire.1 nn th dav nf ale.
KC.MAH KEES. .
Lewifbmg. Nov. 1. 1849
Tcr Sale Cheap.
FULL Lot. on North Fourth S'ree-,
in which is a two stcrey j ?
Frame H-iise. 10 by 33 fi-et. fiyf?3
wi'h a eood IV Iir under it a !!--?
Frame Stable. 10 by 20 an out
Kitehen, and o'her out buildings n.'
occupied by OaeBOF Fhtai. Inquire ef
DVID RRRRR, Agent.
Lewishurn. O.-t. 31, 149
Qonscl Small otm
IOli SALE The subscriber off. rs h s
h.iine 111 the 15 irough of LewKlnirj:,
situated at ihe inlr-rsecinin of St. Anthony
and Fourth streets on the main rnd
leading from Philadelphia to Pittsburg
and Erie. The dwelling-house is a Ure
two story frame, with a new frame bira
nnd other necessiry outbuildings. The
l.ind comprises 6 Acres und 60 pen h ",
ttli in a high stnte nf cultivation. 'Ihere
are a variety of clioice Fruit Trees on the
place also a never-foiling well of watr.
ti. is well situated for public, business ot
any kind the land will support a srrnll
family, or cau be laid out into village lets.
Lewisburg, Oct. 6, 1S4D
: Important Information
FOR the difficult respiration and debility
amending; diseases of the Lungs, or
Throat and Hreast.TAomsow's Compovni
Syrup if Tar and It ood Xuptha h
00 Ibuud an invaluable remedy. Beside
its power as an Expectorant to relieve ths
lungs from the accumulated mntter which
resulis from the relaxed state of the svsterrt
in lint weather, it also acts as a heai iU
txitm to the ulcerated part aud a strength
ener to the sy stem. . . ,
, ?o salutary is the action of the Syrup
in this respect, that many of our most
-respectable Physicians employ it in the:r
practice, and we have daily evidence if
cures effected in pulmonary distal
where t,kill has utterly failed.
. Prepared only by A ngney & Dickson, K
E corner Fifih and Spruce Sis. Pbilad.
Sold by C. If . Schnfflt, Lewisburg.
ret cr and Agar.
WHAT ;s the mode "of treatment I1
adapted to the cure of Fever nl
Ague? It has usually been tteattd by
medical men as a disease of itsell.
ly speaking it is not a disease, but a symp
tom of disease. It is the result of d
langeim ni of ihe lirer. Here lies ih"
difficulty, and here is vhe -disease. It ,s
therefore the liver to which the .remedy
should be direcleit, , Here the cause exist,
and it ia the cause which is to be removed,
... ... .r
or a permanent cure will not ue eu-s.-
By addressing remedies to the symptoms.
wa IvavB ili cause untouched, ready 1
I 1 r ,i -I,.!!., ,t lever. i
I ih r.i n ..,i;nn nf mind or body.
I w ' ... f V I v.!.u. w. .....
gogue incirccting permanent cures tf sue
affections is explained by its well know de
obstruent effect upon the biliary oigan-
Imitations are abroad! P V'.lu.
to enquire for "Dr. Osgood's IM"--CHOLAGOGl'E."
For sale b th? sole gt, J- Sc'
LeWisburg. ':-' "