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LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FA 1191 EH
U)it and f)amor.
A, Duel ATtidad.
A lemons duatiai ehelleiiRed an Irish bar
titter, Tor aoiM remark made by the barri
ater whilst the duelist was giving his testi
mony on the stand in some important ease.
Te barrister knew precisely as much
about fightiaf as a fiiaey boxer knows
about Milton's ' Paradise Lost." Mis friend
told him, however, thai there was no wsj
to avoid the scrape, and it waa eertainl)
1 peeled of him either to iht or apologise.
This settled the point Tor the proud little
Ilibernian.though he would rather eat than
fight, still infinitely preferred being shot to
make an apology. So the two duelists, with
their seconds, dsc., were soon upon the bat
tle ground. The challenger was notorious
as a great pistol shot, and had fought come
half-doaen duels before, in one of which he
was so badly wounded as to be left a crip
ple for life. When other preliminaries
were arranged, be requested, through hi.
second, one favor from his adversary .which
Was permission to stand up against a mile
stone that was on the chosen ground. He
sought no advantage.but wished to lean up
on the atone, being loo lame to stand witb
o support. His request was at once gran
ted, and just as the word was about to be
gives, the lawyer issued bia maedate to
atay proceedings, aa he had also a request
to make. In the gravest manner in the
world, be solicited permission to lean
against As iu.tr tnittttotu. and the joke
was good that the challenger took his
revenge out in a hearty roar o( laughter,
withdrawing his deadly defiance, and decla
ring that be could never ahoot a man o:
aueh excellent humor
It is well known that in ancient times,
salsrtee, rations, &c-, were managed some
what differently than at present. We re
JUftt seeing in the record of bridgewater,
that it was IT0 interesting question for
a town meeting "whCtS lb sthuoloas-
tcr should be provided eiih a new suit of
clothes." The Ibiluwfog scrap IS going
the rounds relative to Marbleheed, is this
State. I; appears that many years ago,
when it was smaller than at present, a
-member was elected to the general court
His circumstances, however,being slender,
like those of Lis lowntmen, it waa resolved
that the tow n should furnish him with a suit
of new clothes. Accordingly he went to
"Bosting," rigged out in complete long
toes, ma kirn: a treat sensation as may be
supposed. But unfortunately the member
died before another election.sod.consequent
ly the legislative suit reverted nearly
sew to the town- To save expenp,it was
then resolved that the nest candidate, in
aJdition to his other qualifications, should
be capable of fiilicg the "Iowa suit of
-clothes; and the ceremony of election
should be preceicd by "irvini on" the
long-logs, fijt the wags of Beaton goi
wind of this proceeding, and it became
tanding joke in the Stale H'tuse, when
Mjrblehead was announced, to cry out,
'-Here cumestbeMerblebead auit of clothes
wbv'a tn "em r" 1X3 Colony
A Dog Race with a Ball Road.
Mr. A. biGrulT, the railroad conduct
tr, came du from Spriugficld yesterday.
"Bod from him we obtain what we relate,
lis said that el Morrow a green looking
f loosier gut upon the cars, lied a large cur
dog hu hud with him to the iron stanchion
of the hindmost car, and deliberately look
hit seat among ,lo ladies. Away bounded
ine iron horse ::h hi usual speed, to the
no small wuudurment of the countryman
a ho had never riddt-n so ft be c re. Ar
riving at Foster's Crossings he walked
'back to lake a louk at his favorite aniinal,
and his surpii? waybe imagined when be
tounJ only the head of the dog attached to
the rope ai'.h which he had fastened bim
.Alter b ing peif U y satisfied that lb "dog
'Was dead' ha merely uttered, "Well this
id the only critter thai eveat beat that dog
rucnik ."Cincinnati Commercial.
Sirs'. Partington on Education.
For my pirt 1 can't deceive what on
airth eddicaiiun is commin' to. Whan
was ) oung if a gal only understood the
rules of distraction, provision, multiplying,
-replenishing, ajd ihe-eommgo domiitator,
-and knew all about the river and their ob
ituaries, the cenvrnants and draitors, the
provinces and umpires, thoy'se eddication
-enough. Hut they have to steady bottom
", Alier-bsy, and have to demons! rate
suppositious about aycoj hauls of circuses,
'tangents, and ltiagonies of paraLelograms,
tossy nothing about the vxhidja, cowsti--ces,
sod absttuce triangle. " And the old
lady was so cor, fused wita iha technical
names that she was forced to stop.
Southern politicians occasionally run a
joke ajjiinst each other. The Savaonah
Republican ijiin:es from a M.ssissippi print
a report ihst "Uov.Quitmin is surrounding
himself with a galUnt Stuff, aoJ is readv
and willing tu do whatever lite people's
representn'ives may require at his hands,
or perish in the efflin" with the addition,
'Ub Quit-man ! Quit-man !
The Amherst (N. II ) Cabinet answers
Mr.Wetwt. r's inquiry, What will become of
the American Flag in case of a dissolution
of the Uuiou ! and replies. Hie Ko in will
lake the aTita, and the Suth, iht stripes,
WASHING MADE EASY,
OR, how to Wash Clothes without Ma
chines, Wash-boards, or Pounding
8end me One Dollar.ffee of postage.and
I will ssod von by mail printed eireuTsr, giving
plain directions for Washing CloltiS, thst will
enable one per -on to do the washing of a large
family before breakfast, thus avoiding the confu
sion of s washing dsy. Tbis tnttfiod requires no
machines, arashbuards, or pounding barrels no
turpentine, eatnpbene or other offensive article
no rubbing lbs skin off yonr fingers no tearing
off buuons and wearing out clothes. Tbis plan
saves the clothes, makes them whiter, and never
injures the finest fabric. The articles used cost
but a few cents, for a Urge washing, and cab be
The circular also contains directions for Clear
Starching, Ironing Laces, Washing at.d Cleaning
8:lka and Kid Gloves Kemoving Staine. Grease
Spots, Mildew from Linen, Raising the Hp or
Velvet, Ate Ate. 1 hese are the greatest chemi
cal discoveries of the sge. All the Hotels, a lea
rners, and large Laundry establishments use my
method of wsshing.
To avoid mutations anJ counterfeits, be ears
to direct your letter te
Madame BEAVELT. Patent Laundress,
43 Ana 8L Mew Yoik postage paid
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HENRY C. HICKOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Lewisburg, Union County, l'enn'a.
Practices in Union and silj.iinin; esiinties also
atteode the courts of Pstr county.
OFFICE on Second 8t.t lately occupied
by L. B. Christ. KJ. '
TAILS and IRON for sale by
R-ber & I idings.
Brandreth's l'ills are sold at 25
ets per box (with full dirrelinn.)
Y J. HAYES &. CO , Lew:sburg, and
by omv one Agni in every town in
the Union. Ktich A -fill has a Certificate
of Agency. Examine the l ix ' pills always
snd compsre it with the fsc simile Uhels on the
Certifi le of Agency. As there is a counterfeit
of the tew label out. this is of much importance,
as thtr i is decided difference between the
ppes: nee of the true IsMs and those of tie
count fcit The couuterfsil is done on stone ;
the t e mine are done on ft I. Tbe sppesrance
of ll ' printing on tbe counterfeit is raggeJ and
blun; ; the genuine label is the very pink of
neatness, both in printing, psprr, sud general
Be very careful and goto the Ajent.vvhen ynu
wsnl BrandreuYs Pills : then you sre sure of tbe
genuine article- hen you purchase otherwise,
i ii t wmn wtietner ne snows me pitls
he offers you are the gei.uine Brsndietn T Ev
ery nan knows whether ihe si tide he offers is
true or false. Beware nt cheats :
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WHE subscribers nlT.-r ihe public, at their
I T, ! I C . I .'ll -
new oric ruunury, me luuijwmg new
and valuable Stoves :
Irwi Witch Air-Tight Cooking Stoves, with
s BrKB Oven.
Lady Washington Parlor Stove.
Cast Iron Air-Tight Parlor Stove, for Wood
Coal Burner for Parlors 1 sixe, 12 inch e;l-
Louie Air-Tight Cast Iron Parlor 8tove 2
Shield Air-Tight Parlor Stove for Wood 3
Egg Stove ihe very best in uee for Stores,
Offices, Bsrrooms, and (Shops.
Tbe eeJebrsled tvenesee Air Tight Cook Stove.
The Complete Cook 2 sixes.
Also, all kinds of Wood and Coal Stoves
Ploughs Castine. &r. dee.
I'M KMT 4 M FADDIN.
Lewi.burf, Dee. It, 1849.
Old Dr. Jacob Townsrnd's
ARSAPARILLA also S. P. T..wo-
seniPs Sarsaparilla for sale by
Thornton Si B.ilter.
SCHOOL-TICKETS prined arr
sale nt this e-r&er.
WH. 0. STEWART, 4
LATE of Philadelphia, ia now located on
Market street, Lewisburg, opposite Mr. J.
Schreyer's store, where be attends to operations
on the teeth at s retluMion of his former prices.
Teeth and roots of teeth removed with the aid of
improved Instruments, and in an easy manner.
r tiling teeth and aettmg on pivots or plates atten
ded to according to the latest improvements in tbe
profession. Ulcerated, spungy, and inflamed guma
cured. Thankful for past lavota, be soliciu s
continuance of public pxlronsge No impure
materials used for fillings in leetb. Iy288
Dr. Swayne't Celebrated Family Medi
CPBE FOLLOWS CCRB !
More Proofs of the Efficacy of
coMrocsD state or
The Original and Genuine Preparation !
Coughs, Colds, Amhms. Bronchitis, Liver Com
plaint, spitting UIMl,lilbcuHy ol Breaming,
pain in the Side and Breast, palpitation
sf the Heart, Influenxa.Croup.bro
ken Conktitution.sore Throat,
fiervous Llebility.and all
diseases oi Throat,
the most effec
tual and sieeily cure
kuown for any of the
above diseases is
Dr. Swayne's compound Syrup
of Hud Wierry.
John Milton Earln, editor of the Worcester
Spy, Miss , wss attacked with a severe itiflama
lion of tbe lungs accompanied with a distressing
cough : aflet uing various other remedies with
little or no benefit, by the use of one bottle ol Dr
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, he
waa restored lo perfect health.
Wm. Montelius, a respectable merchant of St
Clair, Schuylkill county, writes, Jan 30, 1849:
Enclosed I send yon certificate of Wm. Beau
mont, a citizen of our town. His case of Cons
:.lion is well known here, and of long standing:
he attributes bis cure entirely to your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cherry."
Be not deceived by the many spurious and
worthless preparstions of Wild Cherry, ushered
into notice by ignorant pretenders, but see thst
tbe signature of Dr. Swsyne is upon eacn Dome,
which ia Ihe only guarantee againat impiwiiion.
Remember ! tbe genuine preparation of Wild
Cherry ia prepared only by Dr Swstsk, is vy
corner of Eighth and ltce streets, I'Dilaa a
Swayne's celebrated Vermifuge,
"A Safe end Effectual Remedy for Worms, Dys
pepsis. Cholera Morbus, sickly or dyspeptic
Children or Adultssnu tne most userui r amny
Medicine ever offered to the public.
This remedy is one thst has proved successful
for a long time, snd is universally acknowledged
by all who have tried it to be superior (bring
so very pleasant to the taste, at the same time
rffectual) :o any other medicine ever empioyeu in
iliesae lor which it is recommended. It not
only destroys worms, but it invigorates the whole
yetem. It is hsrmless in its etticKsnti tne nest in
of tbe patient is slways improved by its use, even
hi n nn worms sre discovered.
(J5 Hi ware if Miitakes. Remember Dr S's
Vermiluge is now put up in syuure butfht (hsv.
ing recently b. en changeii) covereu oy a wautinu
wrapper, ateel engravinjr, with the portrait of Dr
Swsyne thereon engraveu. uear tuts in uiinu
and be not deceived.
PR. 8 WAYNE'S St GAR COATED 8ARSA-
PAKII.L AND EXTRA C 1 or I AK
The virtues of these pills csn be appreciated
only by those who bsve used them. They are
adapted to assm nature in csn j ing uu uiunuu
matter, obstructions impurity of the blood, ice.
They are a gentle and effective purgative, correct
II the functions 01 me iner, sou mm mu iirisu-t-in
dropsical sffections tbey are very valuable and
J Ll k. t I..U,. TK.jr k.. -I-
coating of pure White Sugar.wberehy everything
disagreesble to taste or smell is entirely removed
without in tbe least affecting the excellent quail
tics of the medicine. Remember ! they are now
out un in boxes turned out of tbe solid wood
covered with a red label bearing the signslure ol
Dr Swsyne: none other is genuine,
The above valuable Medicine are pre
psred only by Dr. SWAYNE, N W corner of
Eighth and Kace streets, rniisueipnis.
Aeents for Union G unfy. Pa,
C W Si haffl.-, snd Thornton & Baker.Lewisburg
J Seebdd and . n .ri;JB Mench, Millersburg
Ed WiUon, 1 sylor.Mitllintiurg
M os Specht. Beavertown Wilt & Eilert, Hartleton
D J Boyer, Centerville
Ssml Haupt do
D Stnilh.Moser's Valley
Youngrnan dr. alter.
U & Summers.!' reeburif
sad by Storekeepers generally ly390
Myers' Liquid Cure!
TS a positive nnd never-failing Remedy
X for P L E S wbether Internal, Ex
ternal, Blind or Bleeding Scrofula, While
Swellings Ulcers, ulcerated Sore 1 nrnnt.
Canker Sore Almth, Kheurnatism, otnn
eoua Diseases, Mercurial Affections, Q-c.
also for Scalds, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Brui
ses, &. V:.
We feel jut fieJ in proclaiming the Fact to
the World, that of all medicinee ever bro't before
tbe public, none have ever lieen more beneficial
to afflicted humanity than Myert' Liijuid Cure.
We know this is ssying a great deal, but if we
were tn write volumes we could not say too much
in prsu of this
Hundreda, nay thousands bless Ihe happy hour
wbeu first tbey were made acquainted with its
trsnsceodant virtues ; and our present purpose is
to inform other thouends, bow and where thoy
may obtsin that relief which tbey perhaps have
long sought for in vsin.
The superior excellence of this prrpsrstion
over ail other medicines, for the speedy and per
manent cure of PILES, is well known lo sll who
have tested it. It hss been proved in thousands
of instances, and haa stria fsilkr to cure the
most obttinatt eases, and we are con fi, lent it will
never fad if used a proper length of time accord
ing lo directions. As a proof of our entire confi
dence in its efficacy, we assure all purchasers lhat
if, afier a proper trial, it prove ineffectual, the
Money paid for it will be returned.
The Liquid Core ia an effectual remedy for
Ringworms. Biles, Pimples, B irbetV Itch, Frosted
Limbs, Chilblain. Salt Rheum. Musquito Biles.
slings of poisonous Insects and Cutaneousdiseases
of every description.
It is both nit and effectual for Rjecxxtisk,
giving immediate and permanent relief.
Its effects as a real fain Killer, are magical.
itxiit rivtir is isi li
should provide themselves with this Invaluable
Preparation, tbe cheapness of wiiicD places it
iilun the reach of all.
Full Directions accompany each Bottle
Pamnhlet. containing copies of certificates
from those who have tested the Liquid Cure, may
lie had gnttu of our authorised agents
Myert' Liquid Cure is prepared only by
JEROME A CO.31 Spree St. New York!
Agents : C ' chsffle, Lewisho'g ; J II Rase-, I
TO PHYSICIANS, DRUGGISTS, &
DR. J. N. KEELER & BRO. most res
pectfully solicit attention to their fresh
stock ol English, Frtnch, German, and
American Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Che
micals, Oils, Dyestuffs, Glassware, Perfu
mery, Patent Medicines, Varnishes, ckc
Having opened a new etore, No 291, Market at,
with a full supply of fresh Drugs and Medicines,
we respectfully solicit country dealers to exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, prom
ising one and all who may feel disposed lo ex
tend to us their patronage, to sell them genuine
Drugs and Medicines, on aa liberal terms as any
other house in Ihe City, and to faithfully execute
all ordera entrusted lo us promptly and with de
spatch. One cf the proprietors being a regular physi
cian, afforde ample guarantee of the genuine
quality of all articles sold at their establishment.
We especially invite drugeinta and country
merchants, who msy wish lo become agenta for
Dr. Keekr's Celebrated Family Medicines,
(slandarJ and popular remedies.) to forward their
Soliciting the patronage of dealers, we respect
J.N. KEELER At BRO., Wholesale DrogeUu,
lySSi No. 294, Market St., Philad.
THANKFUL for liberal patronage heretofore
received, restiectfully informs his old friends
and tbe public generally that be has removed his
to the Basement of his Brick dwelling on Msrket
street, next door abovs C. Penny's saddlery (late
the office of H C Hickok, Esq) where he hopes to
suit all who may give him their custom, as
he does all work tn his line in tne oesi anu
newest sty le and on short notice. He hut
the Fa-.hions regularly, employs none but
good hands, and is determinea to Keep u
with the times nnd merit a good share c
natrnnaoe. CUTTING done to order.
Charges reasonable, and Produce taken in
exchange for work
Lewisbure. J'T-C, 1 94d 1)2.6.7
mnr Tnr'STFES of the University at Lew
L isburg would respectfully inform its Patrons
and Friends, thst. in the 8chool under their care,
, r .;.l.nr..1 ih follosrina are tne t iarses, cuo
jecls of Study snd Exercises for the current year.
Department and stuaies.
PRIMARY DEPAR TMEST.
Six Classes Exercised in Spelling, Reading
Definition, English Grammar, Arithmetic, Ueog
raphy, History L S. A., Penman-hip, and Com
PVfif.KH TiP.PARTJiESTiif the Academy
The same atudiea aa in the Primary Department
continued in the use of Isrger text books ; and lo
these sre added General History, Daviee Algebra.
Legendre snd surveying.
i-l. a Ram A L DEPARTMENT of the Academy
r.. Aemlemir. Clan. English Laneuaze.
Geography, History U. S. A., Latin Grammar
and Iteadcr. Ureek urammar anu nrauer com
menced, Arithmetic completed.
Stn. Academic Class. EnglUh Language.
General History, Ctsar, Virgil, Greek Reader,
COLLEGIATE DEPA RT.VEXT.
I'reshman Class. Livy,Anabaiis,Meniorabilia
Davies' Legendre, Trigonometry commenced.
Sophomore Class. Horace. O.lyai-y, Selel
Orationa of Demosthenes, Legemire completed.
Davies Surveying and Navigation, Analytical
Geometry, Blair'a Lectures.
I.minr Cln Ilemnsihenes on the Crown.
Greek Trsgedy. Cicero de Oificiis, Tacitus, Nat
ural Philosophy, Astronomy, L.ngic.
Ntn.li.nts in ihe F.nsliih Denartment recite
with those pursuing the same atudiea in the
No clsss in the Regular course, has less than
thras daily neitsUooa. All 111 mMnbsrs vf
school, (in three divisions,) sre exercised every
. - ,. w. I I. ,
Balurday in nesuing, twciamauon, uugusa v- urn
position, and Vocal Music.
All the students are required to sttend, regu
larly, some religious meeling. Minors are expec
ted 'o attend suih meetings as are recommended
to ihrm by their parenta or guardians. There are
in the Borough no less than six places of public
anrhin neennied even Lord's Dav bv as msny
different Christian denominations.
Number of Students.
The number of students during the past year
in the various departments, was 164. m, The
number that have entered the classes in the Reg
..I. I'n,,, f,r iha ..nrrent sear (YlclilMve of
those in the Enxlish and Primary departments.)
is as follows :
CoiLiex. Junior clsss . . 6
Sophomore diss - 13
Freshman clues - - H
Ac a d ssi r. Senior class "
Junior class 9 -71
STEPHEN W. TAYLOR. A. M., Profeasor of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy ;
GEORGE R. BLISS, A. M., Professor of Greek
Language and Literature ;
GEORGE W. ANDERSON. A.M., Profeasor
of Latin Language and Literature:
ISAAC N. LOOMIS, A. M-, Principal of the
ALFRED TAYLOR, A. M., Tts-her in the
In order to meet the- demands of tbe Institu
tion, tbe Board have Uken measures to supply
the necessary Apparatua for the department of
Mechanical Philosophy, and lo increase the Li
brary, before the commencement of the winter
session. During ihe year, the building now in
progresa wil! be completed, sffordiitg study rooms
and dormitories for 70 college students. Another
Professor has been added to ihe Facility, and
means Drovided lo enable stuJsnu in tbe classes
specified above to prosecute their studies with the
Tuition and Doartl.
TUITION in the Colleahte Department (30,
Academic f20, Primary $18 per year.
BOARD, including lodging, wahing, fuel and
light, can be had in the village and its vicinity at
various prices, from -51,37 j to 51,50 per week
Session, Taxations, &c.
Two Sessions in a year the former com men
res on the second Tuesday in October, and con
tinues 27 weeks; the latter continues 15 week-.
Spring Vacation. 4 weeks ; Autumnal, 6. Neil
session begins 1 1th October.
Tbe Board are happy to add that Lewiahurg
is at present, ss ll ever baa been, exceedingly
healthy. " - . -
By order and in liehalfof the Board :
THOMAS WATTSON, Pre.'!.
GEORGE F. MILLER. S.e'y. -Lewisburg,
Union Co. Pa. e i- 1,1649.
Dr. Rose's HeUcines.
The subscriber hsvinj; be-n appointed
sole agent for Dr. Rose's M'sdicinen, for
Union county, offers them tn ihn public
with great confidence as to their r ffi-aev
and certainty of effecting rurfs in nil enseal
for which they are des'gned. A single test
only is required to establish the furl.
The New Foundry.
19 now carried on as usual, at the upper
end of Market street, where every des
cription of CAST I N OS is kept on
hand or made to order such as
The Complete, or
for either Coal or
Wood and all
other kinds of
also PLOUGHS of differ-
ent kinds Corn Ploughs, Uull Ploughs,
a new article, and which can not be beat
in Pennsylvania. Call and see and judge
CHRIST dc M'EADDLV.
Lewisburg. Sept. 22, 1849
PURE FRESH COD
rpHIS new and valuable Medicine, now
J used by the medical profession with
such astr.nishing efficacy in the cure of
Pulmonary Consumption. Scrofula Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, general Debility,
Complaints of the Kidneys,
Sic. Sic, in prepared from the liver of the
COD-FISH for medicinal use, expressly
for our sales.
Extract from ths Londdn MeJical Journal.
C. J. B.Williams, M. 1).. F.R.S., Professor of
Medicine in University Colli ge, London, consul
ting physician to the Hospital for Consumption,
dec, says; " I have prescribed tbe Oil in above
four hundred rases of tubrcnlous disease of the
Lunga. in different stsges.whrcb have been under
my care the last two years and s baK. In the
large number of cases. 200 out of 234, its use wss
followed by marked, unequivocal improvement,
varying in degree in dillerent cases, from s tem
porary retardation of the progress of the disease
tnd S mitigation of distressing symptoms, up to
a more or less comiet- restoration to apparent
" The effect of the Cod Liver Oil in most of
these ruses wss very remarkable. Even in a few
days the cough waa mitigated, tbe expec oration
diminished in quantity and opacity, tbe night
sweats ceased, Ihe pulse became slower, and of
better volume, and tbe appetite, flesh and atiength
were gradually improved.
In conclusion I repent that ihe pure fresh Oil
from the Liver of the Cod is more bentficisl in
the treatment of Pulmonary Consumption than
any agent, mcdirinsl. dietetic or ngiaien.il, that
has yet been employed."
As we have made arrangements to pro
cure the Cod Liver Oil fresh from head
quarters, it can now be had chemically
pure, by the single bottle or in boxes of
one di Z"n etirh.
Its wonderful elfiraev has in lured num
erous spurious irnttatiofs. Aa i's success
depends entirely on its purity, too much
care pdn not he used in prncaring it oim
ixb Every bottle havinc on it our written
signature, mav lie depended on as gnuine.
Pamphlets confining an an ilyis of (he
O.I, wilh notices of it from the Medical
Journals, will be sent to those who aJdfess
j free of postage.
JOHN C. BAKER ij- CO ,
Wholesale Drnuii'sts and Chemists,
tySS 100 North Third St. Philadelphia
T'HE subscriber would iuf .rm the Gen
L tlemen ol Lewisburg nnd vicinity that
he has now re-opcued a new and elegant
shop, next door to the Post Office, where
he will carry n t:ie business of CUTTING
AND MAKING rrarments as usual. Work
made by him warranted to fit. Produce
received in payment at market prices.
JOHN II. MILLER.
LfwUburp, April 27, 1943
Get the Best !
4 LL young persons should have a Standard
Dictionary at their e!ows. And while
you are about it, get the be-t : that Dictionary is
oh WebstebV the great work, unabridged.
If y oti are too poor, save tbe amount from off your
back, to put it into your head. PhrcnnkyrJour.
Dr. Webster's grant work ia tbe beet Dictionary
of the English language. London Morn.Chren.
Containing three times tbe amount of matter of
any other English Dictionary eompibd in this
eonnrry, or sny sbridgment of this work.
Published by fi & C Merriain.pringfield,Mass.
and for ssle at the ( heap Bookstore of
Msy 30 fi F L Y.N D ALL, Lewisburg
FOR sale by
KEBER Sl IDDIXG8. j
Lewisburg, June, 1840
Worm Specitic M'Lane's Vermifuse!
fpiUS invaluable remedy for Worms is
X rapidly supplanting all others.in public
estimation. Where it is used it has produced
the best cfTi-cts, and driven out all other
remedies. - It is the best they have ever
seen," is the remark of all who have ever
used it in their families.
Tyre Sprines.Sunincr Co. Ten. Fsl. 19-I9
J. Kidd & Co. I received a lot of M'Lane'a
Vermifuge, from your agent last spring, which I
sold out in one week, and I think I could have
sold 1000 bottles by this lima if I could have got
it, but nol knowing where lo get it I had lo wan
until your agent cams around. Every one who
has tried M'Lane'a Vermifuge, tell me it is Ihe
hest they have ever seen. In fact it is impossible
for any one lo aay too much in favor of this Ver
mifuge. W. D. KOBB.
Dr M'l.ane dear Sir : I have sold oat all your
Liver Pills, and want another lot immediately. I
could have sold a much larger quantity if I had
ttiem. The inhabitants are sending to Rochester
for them. Please aend me another supply imme
dislely. P. SHORT, Druggist.
Hemlock Lake. Lis. Co. N. V. March 8, '47.
Varysburg, AVyo. Co. N Y. Dee. 10, '47.
J. Kidd tc Cos Your traveling agent left with
me last summer a quantity of Dr. M'Lane'a Pills
and Worm 8p ific, lo sell on commission. The
Worm Specific is all sold, and I should be glad to
procure more, as it sells very readily, and has
erv salutary effect in eipeliing worms. If you
lui.vi m, some, or sen J me an order t
call on your agent in Buffalo (US. Reynolds.) I
think it will meet with a rapid sale.
W. H. AIX3WORTH.
ACE.T9.-0 WSr...... i u. i.
J f hafer and J H liar, Mil.on ; I Gerhart, 8e
Imagrnve; J W F,ilje, Sunbnrv ; Mrs M'Cav.
.-..rmsmnerisnn ; v j Wom. Jnyi),
EQUITABLE LIFE IXSURAKCE,
Aunaitjr and Trnat Company.
Offict, 74, H'alnut Street, Philadelphia.
Capitsi., 2B0i0a Charier Perpetual.
rpHE Company are now prepared to tratwacl
I business upon the most liberal and advaula
geoua terms. They are authorized by their charter
(see. 3) "to make all and every inaurance apper.
laining to life riska of whatever kind or nature, and
to receive and execute trusta, make endowmenla,
and to grant and purchase annuities." Tbe Com
pany sell anuoities snd endowments, aud act a
trustees for minors and heirs.
Talk of Premium
of $100 for
the vkole term of Life.
Age. Prera. Age. Prem.
31 $2 09 4G $3 3d
32 2 15 47 3 49
33' 2 20 48 3 62
34 27 49 3 77
35 S 33 50 S 94
36 2 40 51 4 13
37 2 47 62 4 32
38 2 54 . 53 4 51
39 2 63 64 4 71
40 2 70 55 4 91
41 2 81 6 6 12
42 S 92 57 5 33.
43 3 01 68 5 54
44 3 12 59 5 78
45 3 23 60 6 03
Age. f rem.
17 I 53
19 I 59
SO 1 60
21 1 63
22 1 66
23 1 69
24 1 74
25 1 76
26 1 85
27 I 89
28 1 94
29 1 99
30 2 04
The premiums are less than any other company
and tbe poiiciee afford greater advantages. Mar
ried women and female cniiuren can insure uie
lives of either a husband or parent free from tbe
claims ol creditors. Tablea of half yearly and
quarterly premiums, half credit rates ol premium,
short terms, joint lives, survivorships, endow
ments and forms of application are to be had at
the Office or of the Agent.
Rates for insuring $100 on a single Life.
Age. For 1 year. For 7 yeara. For Life.
20 $0 81 91 1 CO
30 0 99 I 30 2 04
40 1 29 1 64 S 70
50 1 86 2 07 3 94
89 3 48 3 97 6 03
Example: A person aged 30 years next birth
day by paying tbe Company 99 eta would secuie
lo hia family or heira f luO should he die iu one
yesr, or for 9 90 he secures to them (1000, or f ir
1 3 00 annually for seven years he secures to them
f lfilJO should he die in seven yrars. or for 20 40
paid yearly during life he secure $1003 to be paid
when he dies the insurer aecuring bis own bonus
by tbe difference in amount of premium from ihoe
charged bv other offices. For 49 50 the heirs would
receive $5000 chould be die in ore year.
PETER CCLLEX. President.
F. W. HAVVLE. Sec'y and T.eae.
For further paiticulara applv to
HENRY C. HICKOK.
Agent for Vninn and adjoining counties.
Consulting Physician Wsr. HiTia. M. D.
Lewisburg, t.'nion Co. Pa. July 21, 1849 ,
nHE subscribers, thankful fur pnst pntro-
Jl najre.would inform the public that ihey
i-uiiiiuue to mnnuiaciure an kiiiu 01
C;tst Water W heels n,nM tf,pturmi
One and Two Horse
e invite particular atteniinn lo a new
llrticw Wiartl's Patcut CAMJ fLOlcnx, lor
SrfUlU? ID bum. I-aiiucr.s by Ibis pkrurrh
can seed 111 as much train, in one day, a
in three dajs with common ploughs.
Cmiiiixs ana ctmifns,
und hilling the same. HOLLOW W ARI4.
Kettles and Pots of various sizfs Smooth
irij; Irors and Stands cast Tea Kettles to
suit cookinr stoves.
the most approved patterns now ia use, for
wood or cm I.
Fancy, Parlor, ootl.Coal Stoves,
AIR TIGHT STOVES,
Rare St'ir-rrpulafing Alr-tlghf
Psrlor Wood Stoves, (a new article.)
Threshing Machines and other articles
of machinery repaired in the best manner
nid on the shortest notice. Castings war
ranted to be til ihe best material, and at
prices that can not fail to please.
REODBS At MARSH.
Lewisbiurg, March 25, 1848 l 209
rpHE undersigned continues lo furni.h to order
X on Ihe most ressonalile terms. Pi.n... i.n.
the manufactory of Courad Meyer. Philad .v. hose
ii.sirumenia are loo well kno o lo need anv nn
sgync, basing uniforiulv received ih. .,.... .1
ationa of the most emiiwut professors end comuo
aers of Music, and Ihe award of Ihs premiums in
NcwYork.Plulsdellil.ia .,.! Il. i.
- - i . 4 ur u uau ir
oi lone, touch, and keejiing in tone up lo concert
r,v " not ne ur,ia,ej t,y either Aioer.
lean or European Pianos.
Instructions sivsn ih Pi.n L.....r
i Reference may be made to aut of' those parenta
-- w... ,uu nsre pupiu commuted lo bis
u-g'' m,y ' residence at Mrs
laise e. Market afreet, LewW,urg. where terms
particulars will be made known.
The most popular and favorite Aire and Music
. uinerent linda received aa it ia issued Irom rte
"uiereni musical eslablmhmenls io the Cities
Mvl3 CHAKLEf KAI.I8CH
ALL KINDS OF
HEJTLI & EIPEDITIOUSIT
AT THE "CHRONICLE" OFFICE.
FOR the difficult respiration and dcbilitv
attending dieakes of the LuniM.ni
Throat and Breast. Thomson's Compound
HTVP "I -ar ana irood- IS opt ha has
been found an invtiluablo remedy. Besides
us power as an Expectorant to 'relieve the
lung from the accuniuUted matter vhic
results from the relnged state of the system
in hot weather, it also acts as a heafini
balm to the ulcerated parts and a atrpnmk.
ener to the system. ,
- So salutary is tne action of the Svrnp
n this respect, that man v of m.r
respectable Physicians srnnlov it in ihi
practice, and" we have diily evidence of
, u'ra "ciea , in pulmonary diseases
w here skill has utterly failed. - ,
PreparH ..nly by Angney & Dickson, H
h corner Fifth and Spruce Sis. Philad.
So'vd by T. ft. Schatf,, Lwwisburr,.
"An otince of Prevention wortn
a pound of Cure," in
that atrut disease, '
DR, FITCH'S Lectures on the Pnvwa
tioo and Cure of Consumption.
' This popular work for sale in Lewiebeaf
by S. F. Ljndul! J. Iloughtoc sad U
this office. Price, 75 cents.
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duceneMii'i i!arji pnui of ihi. His tsrsirrena if
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fslMbuoK nn; .v made u ilcne l!i pu ic. and k
the liu:h -10,111 in' rriraril to hw mvurim.', ft mntt ng cjsw
temd. Tin- i" vi raull.in thr put, ic tu purcha noas sA
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Swnsturearr tin; Cnat 'U Arm.,.
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Old Dr. Jacob Townsend,
THK OBKVISAL DISTOVFREa OF TitK
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparil!.
.i.i or T .width ! is now sijnnt 70 vr oi as, ami Ms
. h,. tt . ihe A I-TII'JR .. I Ulsro vEREn
sl ihe i r. . Mi I I.
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siaiu.cJ us Aufi'tTlul
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insriaiacib.-ct uu trie laiV-n; ft-s:r.iiJ I-ea.ied frtbri.ust
out ihs ln;h n I hr-lih el trie l...t. M(jii.!; Hits
lounJ mcsfsuie ul di-zrtir-rttin r aVtcruirs.ius.
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on geirn:ir.e j.rinrlt.'e b s srimriifr nan. "Hi alccssr
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art. hf a.! t.tfi-ti tlnjiishl i o refjui-i ion in thr maoutsa,
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pr'wriK?. Hr:l -.'ne y.r.;r.iV3 whicb rs Itirrl w: us.
sn,l ou.era. vrriir n if rt-tsiin-ii 111 preparing M lot iwc.
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Uil ih, in iln ia;-He all.1 are Ule p,i r-rlss.
ll iticv ar 1. 1: p.Va.-ir-i hy a tcievf' ;trtti. Scatt aa
It li' lh uirier.c' I l.i in minu'iC :i9- M-frorss
trt- s.-.';..'!.' J'rtnr.j- 'i, w.:ch n, oft 111 .T .la is SS
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thru cut It " S A i'-A PA Kill A r rivACT tr SV&lvf.'
B;u Bu-.tt a 'it :i:e att" Ki jvti the
GENriNKOLl Dil JACOIiTOWXiT-ND'S
T?i! o prr; arvj tbat tai 'Jis Uitrr pfnpcnj8 q vIm
8,ir:t; Jfn-a r --t i-e U rr-nwvti, er;ry;;tixt fi,i
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mad ia rifer111.1I in cu.ine atl t. f rm tf Kidmy iHatmtmm
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m ousi OUraara attia Debility.
nd ihua pe-t.u.sr rr..ete crc-u jf wiv 4 j .lTfSBV '
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b'wels tt';or aitJcot.stt. 'paiiuii. s'hvf mflantnutttMi, pm
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iwfTrsiS!e nt?rirarion : rr'ixr 'nnur arhJ mHina. a
inoveitil ftijs'.iufiitw. aiiJ in iat;.m iT. r..ii u:Ja
lrtm It r't thi then
Tht Medicine yon premtnr miy aeed I
B'U f in in o; th ihtf.ji he ai Ja- S P T wrtMefl
miviior artKi 1 Tni Tftn man'a thjui-i w rH u h
coMPAni-.n wtrn ! nt: ui.d pk's.
bruf of vrf iiRAMl f'T. ilW ih oca i lCAPs
Bl.K 01 UrTltlOKAT, nrul
tSe hottles rnfitatniisC n sr.iu irutmrut ; U ar. aw
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ftaittirore. Icartburn. palntta'ton 04 th heart, 'i-r c ifaV
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loo.!? Wha i itT.;ii i.iit n .t.-i.l haww in the hoh .
What farahtrra all ttie hunrora wh-cb bnns a Iumt-nao4
Uie iSkiu, Seal.1 ll,aJ, S.:i R.vimi. E.7.'a.
bweiiinur Fever Sur-y, m. r.' u'r-iif.nsi ir'VrT.ai nr. I
ternal? It iwnoiliifii- mir heav,, bin an a-itl i:srtacv
wld.-h tre buJ ihiM?jH.iiSi,i fui.!aorthx. mm
r lest. hat cju'm KhrtpnaM m h-it jantir f.1 acd
llmii whifh fni.i'ia'r its:f bs:w en th tsm and
wheie. if;-i-ai; :ta. inli i'miv rim dfltevW imM mftm
wbich uarul Sj of ucmv ui.e-i-jeF.isf airpnri cf h
'"' vi .n.iwti ei.-.-u'i::ars, aia nearly ait ihe ai
wtttrh afflict nil. nm nifure.
Niw 13 it oy; L.TiMe to rr.ak an! e!L and an
tfV)r.er i iiv,; ta,H
fcOl RlSGt FERVEXTIXO. Ant COMPOf.XD" af
1- iitv .,; ia.
Ti'I yet he wtiuM (Vm hts- tr un :ertuo.l that Old Dr.
4Vkj T w;i"ct!.P- ti'n'titr h itti! &7 v-upur ttittx, ia tn lJkV
iim h. or nt- i:ianr pr rijii '
llcaTrn fi.-iii :ht wr . riori:.I .l. al in an artic m
riMiU! hs-sjr 'h- trio-t di?:nt rettith!nra k S. P. T.
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Srnaiws. i ; j -re hear W-f- ftrt. m4 infimttt'ir tfiaa
ilar; that they are unlike ib eery articuiar, having d
As S. T T'w,i(.I m mi rfnrlnr am . m ia as.
mr.rmym. nopMnnwfmw-tirntwiw twrre ml
fjiaeoai than anro 'irrcwivm, trveMiiir. nnnrofv-r vr-l
mm. what guttranh:9 eati ie r:it''lt5 hare misj. th -r rm
eeiviHj a rsjiirui:'ii.ti:- moti. imuf 'niPir-irall :h.
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Hut wtMt ehw sVfX n'J he enaie1 from nrvt K,k knatxm
noUiuic Cotoiaraii-t;v ol mnlictrr or ilb-Msrl h rariiuirvw
a rrfrwn of me exirre.- to efc amJ acrre tri '- a
rwniTHMi tleeeist wnl. How Biach m.re imfwr.utt w
iivr isr-riri- wrp ravin' r n:-:Klr ''fiett- 1 loT
WEAK STOMAi llS AI KNr t KHI.tO STr.Mt
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mannsrot Mrttiriire arH rH-entniHj? tWic heattite
hw an eiteivivfj kifwiele ui ih vanstn-i tieawa wh.A
aifer, th humau Kaiint(aol how to aJaut etrtriJ:'
lit it to arret fracbi ujvnn the oufirttuviie. to pnrbl
into ttoiirvled hmnanitv. to kiM-r hofsv tu the drpinr
boaxin, to rvoture bih, awl blujao. and v ,h
fnifhei( and bncn, aM ta.lonnb iiLrmitv thi: t I V V
JACOHTOAXSalND b w SttCtiHT aiJrolM ; r
portunti at:.l mu;4i hr:n Lit
GrmntM I nWrntal oeatrtsMl Reu4.
wtthin lira reirh. u the ku-'W.r.V ol ail who nw
Uva U;y may lft i kuw fvful expeiieitea,
-Taccn1a.iat Puwar u Ileal
AcriT9 fur ti;e above IVIedirii.c C w
Schtfile, aLewthhurg ; Jthn II Rastr,
llkU eVi i l!lt! siiei fiifum CT 'W -"J
nuveJ it wor.h- an-i kn-iwn it-i v.iiue. It lisvJ MckS
a ( m-m t!Ver-.ilsrS. -U" HJst pr.H WV tssjas;
Inn ; etornyih h tiU slly. i,rih:n t
usstiiieres, slJ Jt-'rl
iner Gooals in general, ar
G, W. Utfen' f Wsp re