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LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH PABMEK
tiJit curt t)tunor.
Two women, living in tire neipliuorhood
vt the gas works, losing ihcir tquaniinity
over that ever fruitful source of female dis
cord, the hydrant, hsu a desperate encoun
ter on Wednesday, in which caps and
curl, ribbons and ruflles were torn from
end scattered about (he persons of these
Amazons, wi'h an utter disregard of all
consequences. At 1 ngth the prostrate
figure of one lady onder the pump pro
claimed the triumph of her nntsgonist, who
by threatening to shoot, and the actual
production of a weapon, succeeded in bring
ing her fair rival down in a swoon. This
under means, .however, if carrjing the
il.iv kikpsih1 the nrnnrietv of a nrosecu
i . ,
tion for threatening to shoot, and the mat -
ler was brought before, Squire Snel baker,
v.h VltwK..a arv.-M, 1 j
yesterday. Dui.i'g Jhe progress of the,
IcsWmony Jor 4 btate, an exlraordmary
- sT -- a - -i. IT a 1
sen.'.iiion wa ptoduo d in the i ifice, by
the defendant aprinn upon her feet, and
taking from beniyiili her shawl a large
fyringpf botit eilifeeo inches long.
There,naid nhe, that's my weapon
that's the pistol 1 t.nri'' nl :he same time,
amidst the convulsive laughter of the hy
Mander?, altemptiiig to illustrate its hy
draulic psertjis by takin; a squirt at the
mnois'.rate. I he evidence was deemed
. , ...
sufficient to requi(t her ti ive security in
$150 itf ke.ihe peace. C'iticinnatti
A Sagaciotjs Ass. At the Sligo assi
zes,0en Gethin was arraigned lor having
stolen an ass, the property of Patrick Fee
ney. 1'itrick Feeney proved tho loss of
the animal, which was subserpiei.tly traced
to the prisoner's possession. Chici Duron :
How did you know the as was yours!
Witness : Well, I knew him; there was
no mistaking his lego. (Lnuahlcr ) Chief
Baron: Had you any murk upon him?
Witness : Faix I hadn't, but he had marks
upon himself. (Lnughter.) IIu htd lumps
on his knees and on his back, and on
nose. (Loud laughter.) Clerk of the
Crown : ilai'yau any tht-r reason for
knowing the animal was yo'irs? Witness:
Yes, I 'knew his woice. (LtiJ laughter.)
Chief I) iron: Whose woi. e! Witness:
the woice of my ass, rny lord (laughter)
-"-the "minute he saw me ho threw U his
tail and roared. (Loud laughter.) Chief
Raron : Roared! jihoroiK'd! Wimess:
My ass, my lotd ; he roared with joy ; we
were together for the last five years, he
knew mi well, and I would know his voice
twenty miles off. The prisoner was con
victed. Go out into the woods, Sambo," said a
southern masrerjto one of his negroes,
' aoJ cut me some crotches for a fence
to slick in the ground like this ; milking
at the same time an inverted V of two fm
gcrs oiws-table. The negro took his axe,
went int the woodsr was pone all day,
and returned at last with nothing hut his
axe in his hand. " Whrre are your
crotchts Sambo V asked the master.
Cou'J Vt fine none, mas-a, no how I"
Cuu'dn'l find any !' uid his master ;
why, tl ere are thousands tl them in the
woods. Why. look at that trre ; there
are a lui f dozen on that ; couldn't you find
ny like .hat !' poiuiing to a forkt d l.ranch
on tl.e tree. ' Oii, yes, massa, pi. nty o'
He m IcinJ ; but all crotch vp : t'.-oiihl you
wanted di'm kind dat crotch iLwh !'' -
A newly nrrived Irish girl was ri-eently
ordered by the family with whom she had
gone to live, to crack some shellbarks
The lady Btepped to the he id of the stairs.
and called.and called 'Pey:" "Marni!"
"Have yfiu those nuts cracked yell'' "No,
marm." Well, make haste we are wai-
lin" for tj.em." Another hall" hour elapsed,
and no n its appeared. "I'eggy : I eggy
'.vlarm !'' "Cme, come! have you not
these nuts cracked 7" "No nnrm ! l7if.v
ahU half cracked ; and me tulhe are a
mott out ' mi head ali idy "
A Lady. having purchased some sausa
ges of a couple of boys, overheard ihem
talking ahopl the money.
Giveniliaff of it," says one.
I oii'l,''aid he oilier.
Nowhat ajp't fair, yn-i know it aiu't,
Jo, lor halfahc pup. wag in:ne."
The Day Book iltinks that the great
commotion excited by Jenny Lind's arrival
is trick of Barnurri lo ubvert the Consti
tulioa of ihe Uui'cd States, elect her Pres
ident. h I place the whole country under
petticoat government! The best govern
ment io 'he world.
The I'rovioeuce Transcript says There is
a lady inthat city Mjaristocrn i-that she re
fuses lo tdke a newspaper, lascnuse the pa
p r is made of rajs ! She very studiously
avoids everything of a low orioin.
One of.our eichatines maes mention
rt a -J. nny l.iud Tea Keiile," which.being
filled witb water and placed on the fire,
commences to ting in a few minutes.
A great many people like an independ
ent press, which . aVwayt ihimes esaetly
wi'h their or a opinion); but a truly hon
est press must dilT. r from tamebody.
V,i'.aritv .unsuccessful affectation I
A bachelor is likija jug without a hand! -j
there's OQiakiti holl of Imio-
THE'following orders show at once demand
for and excellence of this great medicine:
"YoaK. July 28,1847
"J KiJd dr. Co: Thef Vermifuge left us on sale
some time ago by your agent, is aold. It goea
very rapidly, and given great satisfaction. A we
are entirely out of the' article, and have frequent
calU for it, please send'an some immediately
C A WORMS & CO.
-SoMKaTiLia, Tenn. March 18, 1847
"Drf.M'Ljne Dear Sir: The Vermifuge you
Irft with me last fall ha long since been void, and
I could have sold a great deal more if I bad had
it. Since m return 'from the Cast, I have been
called upon nearly every day to write to yon,
r. questing an immediate supply. I have already
tried your Vermifuge in my own family and Cad
it to be the best I have ever uacd
E F MORKISO.V.
"Men Cueek, Steuben Co. Sept' 7, 147
' Tlii may certify that we have sold IlrM'Lane's
Ameiiciu Worm Specific, or Patent Vermifuge,
he past vear, and'it has given unbounded satis-lai-tion.
It is no impnsitiun on the community,
but 14 what it authors recommend it to be a
' uuiveir-al specific for those afflirtrd with worms,
1 hj;ohES & CO."
. AGENTS C W Scorru, Uwisburg ; J
AUL. I 0-tr OV BAFFLE, IsrWlM'Ur
H CaIaw lid J H r.atr, Millun; ICS;rhart
OIlunil)r,arij B C Grier, J Moore.D.n
CtlRCt'LAR for the Academical Year com
in. i.cing Oct. 17, 1S5D.
COURSE OF STUDIES.
Exorcised in Spelling, Reading. Definition
English tiriiwnir, Arillinn iir, Geography, Hi
lory L'.S.A-IVnmanship and Composition
1 ' '
English Department of tlie Academy,
The rame studies as in the Primary D. partm'l
cominurd in I tie use of larger text books ; and to
thcte are added (ieneral Iliatory.Algtbia, I.'.'gen
dre, and Elements of Surveying.
Classical Department of the Academy.
T nn Junior Academic elan.
1. Knli.ti (iramnuir. Latin Urarumar, Arillnm-Uri lao
It. TIm aatne Ktotiiw w iu I. Term. anl IVniiianliip.
III. l:nu'lii-h lnuiimar. Cawar. Arillnnftic rii t-d l
1st iliriyiun. l.rifk tiramutar, llitor' IVn-
Seninr Academic clatt.
1. Vr. linvk ItfaJi-r, Algulira Khlu.-nn..)
It. .lvit.-il, tlo do
,1.1 do do eompMMt, Orne-
ral llirtorv, Kntii'h IDuage anl CompuilHiu.
, COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT.
Knulvh l.anj;uai and CViuipoition, Atgvora, Livv,
l'lanc liifiio'tr-, l.iTT. Anahasin.
I'lau.. Stlid and 'bi-rical ticiUM-try eomi-li-U'd, Ii-
Iturarr, Oilyni'y. einnc ami S.li,Tifa TrHroniimrtry.
d ,ki Mi'nMirthiiiiirv('.vini;..Naviliiin.
tin muii'li-tiif. S lM-t OrnlMOis of lvtaH:b.-iH',
l.ltctoric, Aualti,fil Oi'.niM'Iry.
Drnui-lhenrii o tlie 1'mwn. iri'ro de Offlciia, Me-rli:mi-K.
HvdnhirNtiri and HvdraulM.
lh-ni...-;lii n- en tin t'rimii. t'irrii dr IHTiriU coin-
oii't. d. riu'iimatira, Arouttica, K!f irkit v, Magur-1
..' "! J1 !
" . .
;r."i k. ivilitiral Knoioo'iy. Mml ehil...liv.
Hittl-r An:ili:. on..titutiou of L. ( li.mitrr.
iinr.,,..en.ri kovm-.. i
Xo rlas in Ihe Kegular Course has less than
three daily recitaiions. Every Salurtlay forenoon i
uevoieo eciosieiy in vocai jiuaic, ueeiwaauou, .
alio reatnni; select ami original iumpuiuuii.
The mudenU are required to attend, reculaily.
tome reliioua meeting. Minors are etfiecled lo
attend such meelin;: "re recommended In thrm
by thi ir parents or guardians. There are in the
borough no less tlian six place of public woiahip.
of as many different Christian denominations.
Kntjlish L r'M'jr A7,afi"W. The BIMo. lfirt.r!
Hli,'trirAJ ladT. W orcrnter'i or Welfrt,.ra Ihrtionary.
Itullujn'a lluelitdi t.mlaiuar. I'arker s l'rtjr-..lri. Kxt-m-
in :nirlih OitniMiaillou, Parker ' Aids, lilair's Lectures
,l.::,,I!r,mm., n.,Iov!e.de,cc of everything, and
l vi r. tr." lAiiwi. Hulii..n'.iesr. Srhmitj and Zuiniit s
t iril. l,'ui.ilnV l.y. Antlion's Horace, Tharlicr s t in-ro
d - iiliiiiis. I vli r s laVitua' tiennania et Affrimla.
iirrrk ;,,.,.,-r -l:ollk.'slin.n.mar.liulli"ii srel. r, I
I'j1. !I emu's Uvi' iio. OKili's Ximij.ui'n a Analisi,
uwioi's limner's Oiijri-, Cliaulilill' Iiiutlienes, F:kV
X,itrmi HaHV Aritliuvtie Arad. miw. Klnn
entary Al-;i lra. I'...piim. l-i ndn'. Snrr.-yiip,? ami Xavi-p.,il..,i.An;ilTlM-:tlotiu"try-l'",tld's
(su-rv,ty si. olui'Ul's Astmutiuiy.
umber or Student.
The number of idudeuta during ihe past year
in the various Departments, waa '''he
(.'ollegiate classca already organized lor Ihe enU
ing year, are the following :
SaUHr class ... 8
Juitsir rlass - - - It
SiiilHiioore dais - - 10
trvrfouanclasa- - w....5
JTEPlir.X W. TAVI.OIl, A. M, Prof, of Math-nialie
and Sand ei.n.. io.
and I'iti'- uire" KU' &' M" u",'Mfr !
"iAA;"x!7ii..MiA a. m-Preiit rtbe aa,. !
ai.kki ii tavi.'h:, a. m. Tutor in the English in-!
rae and tlocut.u. j
uiuiuiil,l.ir) auu apparaius. i
The Academic edifice now occupied by the '
memtiers of Ihe I niveraiiy, haa been erected, at
an entv'n' of js.oon, and it is adafit.-d to armmmoitnte
I.'S) slud.-iits. AnntbiTeilifiee is nearlv comnUtiil. and is
exnTti,d to lie ready Sir ocenpajicy at the couinlfaremriit
of I ho next X IB-V t. 17. IMl.
T!ie .:!rury rontains a number of select volumes, aud
Is e.-nt3Ht'y nvrrasinj.
t'lH-niti-al Ai;iralus has been proeun-d snfflri,.nt to
Miio)y Iimi tuuuvdiat: d,-uinnd. Tlie Apparatus tnr the
illufttratiou of .Met liaaieal rbtloSOdiy, is now tvuidi-te.
Tuition and Board.
Tuition in the Colleeiate Department f30,'
Academic f 20, Primary $12 per year.
Hoard, including lodging, washing, fuel, and
light, can he had in the village and its vicinity at
various prices, from SI, 50 to f 2 50 per week.
Arranrem -nts are in progress to Tumish Boar.!, exclu
sive or indent;, warning;, luei ana ugnt, to sum as may
desire iu at $1 per wvek.
Sessions and Vacations.
Two Sessions in the year the former com
mences on the 3rd Thursday in October, and
continues 26 weeks; the latter commences on
Thursday. 15lh May, and continue! 14 weeks.
Spring acation, 4 weeks ; Autumnal. 8.
By order and in behalf of the Board :
THOMAS WAl-IStJ.". Prea'l.
GEORGE F. MILLER, Sec'y.
Lewiaborg, Union Co. Pa. Sept. 1, 1850
IT IS A FACT,
ONE self-evident, and worthy of every
consideration, thai no Miller can make
good clean flour without he has good clean
wheat. I suppose you wish to know the
remedy. 1 tell vou it Is to get one ol
Bergttreuer't Wheat Scourert, or Smut
Machines. He being an old, practical and
experienced Millwright has invented, got
up and put in successful operation the best
Wheal Scourer now in use. Any person
orderine a machine and afterwards finding
that it dix's not prove to Operate as repre
sente-J, there shull be no sale, as thfse ma
chines are to be warranted good. Further
recotnmen'lutions are thought unnecessary.
He is now having a supply made at Lewis
burg, by Messrs. Geddes & Marsh. Orders
for midlines, or letters of inquiry, will b-
promptly attended to. Machines will be
sent and put to all order. Address
Law islurg. t?oion Co. Pa. (329
THE WINTER SESSION
LEW ISBUR.Gr ACADEMY
WILL commence on MONDAY the 28th of
Octobeb. In this Institution, all the
Branches of a thorough Academic course will be
The commnuicaiion of knowledge simply, is
not the sole design of Education and should not
be made so ; iu highest aim is to strengthen and
bring out into action, the intellectual and moral
powers of the student. Throw sround him sll
the facilities necessary to his piogress, and af
ford him all proper aid, but do not flatter him
with the thought that he must rely upon another
and not upon his own efforts for success. Inde
pendent stlf-rclianre is one of the first lessons
that should be learned in a school room. This
kind of early mental training prepares one for
vigorous and manly exertion infjatter life, and
thus gives him s marked advantage Over the ig-
. ...1 -. 1 . 1 TL. '. -IV... Af .
1 eacber bould. therefore, be directed to the lor
matiun of snnnd habits of study, for when this
end is reached, the progress of the pupil becomes
st once certain and rapid.
Composition and Declamation, as tormerly,
will receive due sttcntion particularly ,lhe for
mer, snd the Primary Department hall have our
special care. The subscriber frels flattered with
'. the erorvinirt nror-rteiitv lof the Institution, and
. . . . '. .: u : .,.1
auail aairajaj tU U1CIU IIS GUilllUUilUtO, VJ iiM,nKr.w
Ti-iTinar Per Session of 20 weeks, for the
Common English $6; Higher English, 8 ;
and for the Languages, $10.
Oct. 9, I8S0. Principal.
FOR past favors, the subscriber re'urns
bis grateful thanks, and hereby makes
known that he carries on the business of
Tanning and C'urrsing,
at the Old Stand. Determined not to be
outdone in the manufacture or finish of his
woik, he is hound lo have the best work
men and materials, and lo treat those who
have so liberally patronized (as well ns
those aUo who shall be pleased to patronize
him) wiih that attention which he hopes to
insure him a full share of public patronagp.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange.
Hides and Hark not refused, for which the
highest market price will be paid in cash
or in exchange for leather.
March 2A, A D. 1850
GOLD and SILVER
ul unit in California, hut ahu in Letcukurg.
A good assoitment of
Watchea, Sill crrare';4t Jewelry
of fine quality and at City prices.
Hatfield b Thompson
Respectfully inform the citizen of I.ewisburg and
vicinity, that thev have entered into Partnership
81 'c ''" STAND on Market St., opposite
' Mayes & Lot store, prepared to execute every
! kind of work in Iheir line, in the best manner.
They carefully selected of the best English and
t rench materials. Muinsnritiss f ;vhnders.B'"cape
wfcei Is. and a variety of Wjlch Jewels, and fljller
,hemelves that their knowledge aud skill in the
bllsilleM en!1b!e them to give satisfaction to
, mDO mav favor them with palronase.
ri.E WATCHES, such as Duple. Es-AVA
eapements, I.epinea, Ant bars. Detached, Xfey
fatent Levers, Kepeaters, and Musical alcbcn,
4c neatly repaired snd warranted
Also for le, a v.uiety of UolJ and Silver
' Watches, Patent Levers, Anehars. Detached. Le
I pines, (juartiers, and Eng!i-h Watches, tiold
; I'h.iins. lireast-pins. Finger and Ear rings. (Jold
j and Silver licit Slides, Bracelets, Gold and Silver
r" "encils and Pens, do Spectacles,
v Silver Sooons, Susar loiiss.t 'ombs.
anj llmig else, not mentioning kiitck-knucks,
always on hand or got lo order
. a,ietv of Krasa Clnclis for
A . . : "raws floras lor
?3 and upwarj
at wholesa and retail
Persons desiring to get things rigit, would do
well by giving the aubscribers a call
Experience tella us that the Credit System can
not afford a living. Therefore, in order to "pnh
along and keep moving," the Cash System must
necessarily be enforced. Keb 2S. 1850
A 1. HATKIKLD.
WM II THOMPSON,
QURSCRIREIIS to the "University at
UJ) Lewisbur" nre respectfully requested
io pay their Second Instalment, now duo,
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;to the Ireasurer. And those who have not
1' the ls! Instal't are respectfully notified
lhat all such delinquents will be charged
fTeft on their Instalments from Ihe time
they become due.
BA wl T WALKER, Tntis-
r -w s!lIlr. rh lflrift
The Greatful Ditctrr-ry uf the Ay
Dr.Tra3k's HAGNETIC OINTIIIENT
IS constantly eflVcling cures of the utmost
importance. The most credulous are ran.
viscjb ; the most faithless, e impelled to believe
n the power and virtue of this rreal remedy.
It ifl oniveraallv a.lrait44-U to be tlia mot wowbrftd
rwimtifnation known to Ihe vorltt S,r the immrdint rrli,T
hi iliafaM. ana pain. Ii never f.iil. while thi-ro nmainj
auMrint life to reMtorc a natural anil bcaltlty aHion to
Uir mfiillarr vcaarU r Ihe body. an, ronaliv thr cimtln-
lM oj the Mono. Jy tliia nt'-ana. a ontmllinir pnwrr in
tiwa nvrr ine bkwx nuuijcnani mnna or dlMaai. wha-h
fan not hr ot,tainrd from any Miter rvmMy. iiinrh ia the
power oT tlie couibhtatiom, that it penrlratM to every
portion or the hnman frame ; every bone and mnrlf,
vWn. nerve an4 lirament in ararrhea' out and made apir-
aihle or punnration ami healini: inHuenre. lience it eopea
aa readily with inUrnat aa external diaea.wa.
Numeron. inataneea are on record, where thi remeily
ha reatored health to paltenta ao near the orare that the
moat powerrui uib'mal remeiiiea Tailed to prodtiea any
eJTvct. surh haa freqitenUjr bi-en the eaae in
Inflammation of the Bowe!e.
o patent need die with thi5 dieaw where the Magnetic
ihntment ean be oblatned. That danfteroua etihlemie,
known aa the IM'TKID EKVMl'KLAS. ean alwara be
cured by thia remedy. For
iS Ft A MM A TOBX tMECMATISM,
thia Ointment lathe mnat eontplete remedy ever prepared.
In earn oot of loo, it will afford rutin rrlu f to the
worat eaaea of Nerroua Headache in ao miantea. r'ur
Nerrotta Uiaeaaea. thia remedy la of immenae value.
A fTort ion of the Spine, Rheumatiam. Lamrneaa, t'lre
rated Sore Thmat, Brnaehitia, Flenri-y. rronp, Thilla,
Oboiera Morhue, Akim in the e'aee or Breaat. Ilurna.
Seald Head, Scrofula, Salt Rheum. Kryaipelaa. Inflamed
Kyea, Fever Sorea, A&, will be immediately relieved by
the uae of thi. remedy.
8old by Thornton 4r Baker, LewUbwg. '
6m328 EJFOumBritLD, Travg Agt
B INNS' JUSTICE, new edition, can be had
at LyndaU's Bookstore, in this place.
Lewisburf, Aoril 10,830.
More Scm for tke Sick!
CESTlFJtATES AXD TESTIMOMALS,
Sufficient to Hit every comen ofthit poper.eua UtpndtKtd
. artfirj rtk the toumkrful nrtuee of
Pr.S wayne's celebrated Family Medicines.
celebrated Compound Syrup of
THE MOST COMMON 8AVINU IS
Tlwt I would not give
one bottle of " Dr. wavne'a
CouixutHi vrttpof WiMC'aerry"
rW hall a dozen of any other prepar
ation. 1 have trit-d all the popular ones,
, lut this aUliur uurivalU'd tor thu cure of the
fallowing diwi-asw., via. tiijturnta. Ojtifflis, lUdl,
MrrVn, .inUing of Mud, Jlilintution of tlx
Heart, ll'WHy ISmgli, Itcttuig or Ituing .
sutiim irt thr Thruttt, ilrundiitit, Afthwa, or
HWll-MM of tilt Arrvttu Xfrtrm. or uu-iairi-d
coui'titutHiii from any t-aiiiL,
and to pn-ri-nt MrMnjt h-oui
fa 11 i u i n to a lAtjii it , U o me-
whrn no niu,., ii,,,,, or yumine has been us.0,
this mi-dicin.' will n-vent Its evil effects on too
sysU'm aud rtjiair tlie biliary ruuitioiis.
KESIAttKAVLE OCUE COXSVMlTlOX.
Abraham Hunsicker, 3 miles from Shippack
ville. Pa., contracted a severe cold, which set
lied upon his Lungs, attended wilh violent
coughing great difficulty of breathing, auabaeesa
formed iu his lungs, and made its way through
the tide, and discharged large quantities of pus
externally. This mournful stale of th ngs con
tinued for a long time, until making use of Dr.
S ay ne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry,
which performed a perfect cure.
Have you Ihe Asthma, Liver Complaint, or
Bronchitis! If so give this medicine a liul. It
seldom laiU to cure.
VERY IMPORTANT CAUTION.
Be very careful lo enquire for DK.
SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYKUP OP
WILD CHERRY, as some unprincipled indi
viduals have alolen the name of Wild Cherry,
thinking to borrow a reputation from that alrea
dy e-tablished. Remember, Ihe genuine is p-jt
in equate bodies, covered with a beautiful wrap
per, (steel engraving,) with Ihe porliait of DR.
SWA YNE thereon, also his signature : all otb
era are positively ficlicioux uild cuunlerjiit."
Swayuc'x Celebrated Yeniiilusc.
"A safe and effectual remedy for Worms, Dis
pepsia. Cholera Morl-us, sit kly or Dispeptic
Children, or Adolu, and ihe inosi us,'
lul 1'uu.ily Meuicine ever oUlrcd
to the public"
Extract vf a Letttr to Dr. Su-nine.
Dated. Andersontown. Indiana.
A man purchased a bonle ul your Vermifuge
the oiber day for his child, and by ils use dis
charged siity three of iheUrgest norms he had
ever seen. It snmeuhnt diffirult lo get the
people try it, a ihe' hvi been so otten qiuled
by nauseous and wor:hless worm medicines.
Yours licing so very pleasant to the tasle, at the
same time eir.ctual, I shall be able to dispose of
a large quantity. Respetlluily, yours.
TowxstMi T. Shabp, P. M.
BEWARE OF MISTAKES! Remember,
Dr. Swayne'a Yermiftiue is now put up in square
bottles, (having recently beru cbanued,) coien d
wiih a beauti:ul Sid I erj;ravi!ig wrapper, with
i lie porliait of Dr. Sr.-.yne thereon. Bear Ihia j
in mind, and be not deceived.
See that the name is spelt correctly
CLEANSE AND PURIFY.
Da. SWAYNE'S SUGAR COATED SAR
PAKILLA EXTRACT OF TAR PILLS.
A mild and efll-clive purgative, gteat purifier
of Ihe Mood, they correct all the function ol the
Liver.nnd as an alterative in Dropsical atltdions,
ihey are very valuable. Giddiness of the bead.
dimness of sight depression of spirits, headuche.
Ac, are cured by these punlying Pill.
medirine can have a better effect for monthly ir.
regularities, which occasionally happen lo wo
men. Ihey are perfet'ly safe, and willin c.-njunc
ten with Dr. Swayncs Compou.,,1 Swap of
W lid C hcrv. take all pain from every pari of
, . , 1 1
The above valuable mr Jioinea are prepaml - n -
l.v Da. SWA YNE. N. W. corner of Eighth
and It ice streets, Philadelphia.
Agents fur Vninit rotrvf i. Pa.:
T. W. S,-lnin.r ami T'i-l:Tn A IUKKK, rUbvrq:
C..W.K. .! !- i:. il-.,.i.N.il. rlin 11. Mi n. li. Milli-vl'iin:
)(!.', IHTllt. lUaTlTl' n
llavi 1 Sflintm'. SeJiH..u'rr,v.
V.mii'jlimn A W alt.T. I'ry V:tllr;
Kful.-n K,-Irr. Narv luku.1
l. J. H"MT. Vntn ill
I., t Tnvior. Mi.llinl.uri
li.Sinilti. '!.' Vail, T
Will & Kil. rt. llarllMoh
IIov,-r t Smaiii'T.-, Fni't'Urs
Saml lliiupt. Jr.
ai d by Storekeepers generally 1)390
IHE subscriber avails himself ol the col
umns of the Chronicle in publishing to
the citizens of Lewishurs and vicinity t!:at
he has opened a BO AKDINt. IIOI SE inthat
larze and eomfurtaMy nrranged licusr. formerly
kept as a Temperance Hotel by James Kelly, two
doors east of the Franklin House, Market Mreei.
He is prepared to say that his Table shall have
ill? best the Markets can afluril, and the Lodging
of Hoarders shall be as cumloitaliie m ean he
desired. I. S. STEKN ER.
N. 13. A team and carriage
ill lie kept to convey passengers to and from the
Packet Boats. Lewisburg, March 19, 1S.I)
HE subscribers oHer the public, at their
new Brick Foundry, the loilowing new
and valuable Stoves:
Iron Witch Air-Tight Cooking ftoves, with
I.nly Washington Parlor Slove.
Cast Iron Air-Tight Parlor Slove.for Wood-
1 Coal lturner for Pailorj 1 eize, 12 inch cl-
I.ouis Air-Tight Cast Iron Parlor Stove 2
Shield Air-Tight Parlor Stove for Wood 8
Egg Stove the very lesl in use for Stores,
OiTires, Barroom?, and Shops.
The celebrated Genesee Air Tight Cook Stove.
The Complete Cook 2 sizes.
Also, nil kinds of Wood and Coal Stoves
Ploughs Castincs. &c. &e.
CHRIST As M'FADDl.V.
Lewisburp:, Dec. 12, 1819.
Brandreth's Pills are sold at 25
els per box (with full direction-)
Y J. HAYES & CO., Lewisburg, ana
by only one Agent in everv town in
the Union. Each Agent has a Certificate
of Agency. Examine the box of pills always
and compare it with the fae-aimile labels on Ihe
Certificate of Agency. At there is a counterfeit
of the new label out, thia is of ranch importance,
as there ia a decided difference between Ibe
appearance of the true labels snd those of the
counterfeit. The counterfeit is done on stone;
the genuine are done on steel. The appearance
of the printing on tne counterfeit is rae;el and
blurry ; the gennine label is the very pink of
neatness, both in punting, paper, and general
Be very careful and goto the Aient.wben yon
want Brandreth's Pills : then yon are an re of the
eenuine article. When yon purchase otherwise,
inquire of the seller whether he knows the pills
he offers yoa are the gennine Brandreth's? Ev
ery man knows nether the article be offers is
true or false. Beware of cheats !
NOTES Promissory, Judgment. ad
Joint Notes (blanks) at ibis office
"SmallProflti and 4)ulck Sales."
H. P. SHELLER,
"VITOULD respectfully inform his old friends
1 V abd the trading community in general,
that he ha. received a LARGE and GENERAL
Spring and Summer
wants and uses embracing
HATS AND CAPS,
FISH, SALT, IKON,
&c. Ac. These Goods wo offer unusually low
for Cash Country Produce of all kinds and
to prompt and punctual paymasters as usual.
Call aui) Sec!
H. P. SHELLER.
Lewishurg, May T, 1S50.
TO PHYSICIANS. DRUGGISTS. &
DR. J. N. KEELER Az BRO. moat res
pectfully solicit attention to their fresh
stuck ol English, French. German, and
Jlmerican Drugs. Medicines, I amis, tne
micals, Oils, DyestulTs, Glassware, Perfu
mery, Patent Medicines, Varnishes, &c
Having opened a new store, No 294, Market at,
with a full supply ol fresh Diuga and Medicine,
we respectfully solicit country dealers to eiam
ine our stock before purcha-ing elsewhere, prom
ising one and all who may feel disposed to ex
tend to us their patronage, to sell them genuine
Drugs and Medicines, on as liberal terme as any
other house in the Cily.and to faithfully execute
all orders entrusted to us promptly and witb de
spatch. One of the proprietors being a regular physi
cian, afford ample guarantee of the genuine
quality ol all articles sold at their establishment.
We eswcially invite druggists and country
merchants, who may wish to become agents for
Dr. Krtltri Celebrated Family Mtdiciiic.
(standar I and popular remedies.) to forward their
Soliciting the patronage of dealers, we respect
J.N. KEELER & BRO., Wholesale DrogeMe,
ly28J No. 204, Market St., Philad.
TRY THEJIEW FIRM!
WYK0FF & H0USEL
ATfOULD inform the public, that ihey
1 V have opened a shop on Fourth street
I I VS V VV..L-rtJ l,t alo,.J
:itvrr ami y ui c?. . . y nun u,u 0,i,,,u,
opposite Hunter I'd nine s shop, where they
keep 011 hand or make lo order
Fancy and Common Chairs,
lloston Rocking ('hairs also
Bureaus, Tables, lleJs'ends,
of various kinds,
Settees. Jne. &c
All work in our line warranted to be well
made, and on the most reasonable terms.
House and Sign PAINTING
nllenried to hv the subscribers on the shor
nojce n'd n ()e bes, g, ,p
. , i.j.., ,! f ,.L. ,!, :
i v ... .-. i t. i
: navmenfaiiu usu uui reiust-u, uui lauici
) ' " '
I he subscribers intend in be strict in tne
fulfilment of all their promises as regards
work and so doing, hope lo receive a
liberal share of puVic patronage.
JOHN 0. WVKOFF.
JOSEPH M. HOUSE.,.
I.ewisbur" Nov. 1849
PURB FRESH COD
rPHIS new and valuable Medicine, now
I used by the medical profession with
such astonishing efficacy in the cure of
Pulmonary Consumption. Xernfula. Chronic
Uheumatinn, fiout, general Debility,
Complaints nf the Kidneys,
fee. &c. is prepared from Ihe liver of the
t OU-FISU for medicinal use, expressly
for our sales.
Estract from the London Medical Journal.
C. J. B.Wi llis us, M. D. F.R.8., Professor of
Medicine in University College, London, consul
ting physician to the Hospital for Consumption,
etc., say : " 1 nave prescribed the UU in above
four hundred cases of tuberculous disease of the
Lunga. in different atages,wbich have been onder
my care the last two years and a bait. In tbe
large number of cases, 206 out of 234. its use was
followed by msrked, unequivocal improvement,
varying in degree in different cases, from a tem
porary retardation of ihe progress of the disease
snd a mitigation of distressing symptoms, np to
a more or less complete restoration to apparent
"The effect of the Cod Liver Oil in moat of
these cases was very remarkable. Even in a few
days the cough waa mitigated, ihe expectoration
diminished in quantity and opacity, the night
sweats ceased, the pulse became slower, and of
better volume, and the appetite, flesh and strength
were gradually improved.
In conclusion I repeat that the pure freah Oil
from the Liver of tbe Cod is more beneficial in
the treatment of Pulmonary Consumption than
any agent, medicinrl. dietetic or regimenal, that
baa yet been employed."
As we have made arrangements lo pro
cure ihe Cod Liver Oil fresh from bead
qu tr ers, it con now be had chemically
pir try tne single bottle or in boxes ol
ri" I n each.
lu w ndi'rful efficacy has induced num--n
's 'it.ious imitations. As its success
lepr. f.'s' entirely on its purity, too much
erne rnn not be used in procuring it gust;
inp. Every bottle having on it our written
signature, may be depended on as genuine.
Pamphlets containing an analysis of the
Uil, with notices or it from the Medical
Journals, will be sent to those who address
us free of postnpe.
JOHN C. BAKER tf- CO.,
Wholesale Druggists and Chemists,
ty28B 100 North Third 81. Philadelphia
ALL KINDS OF
HB1TLT t EIPEDITIOIJSIT
' IXtCITlD '
AT THE "CHBONICIF" CFFICE
FOR sale by
REBER ft IDDINGS.
Lewisburg, June, 1849
THE riElV FOOHY
TS dow carried on as usual, at the upper
X end of Market street, where everv des
cription or CASTINGS ' kePl 00
hand or made io order such as
The Complete, or
for either Coal or
Wood and all
other kinds of
also Pr.f IITG11S of differ
eat kinds Cora Ploughs, Bull Ploughs,
and ike .
a new nrticle, and which can not be beat
in Pennsylvania. Call and see and judge
CHRIST & M'FADDIX.
Lewisburg. Sept. 22, 1849
fPHE undersicned continues the LIVE
X RY BUSLYESS at the Old Stand,
on North Third St., near Market, and
respectfully solicits the patronage ol his
friends and the public e'ne rally.
CHARLES F. IlL'SS.
Lewisburg, May 22, 1850
MIE subscriber oflt-rs fur sale at the
lew isburg Post Office, an assortment
nl the most useful
Paper, School Books, Stationery
of all kinds also ihbest Cigars.Tcbacco,
JOHN V. KENNEDY.
Lew isburg, May 7, 1850
IRESIl TEAS Another lot of
. superior Black and Green Tea!"."
jus! red from the ("anion Tea Com
pnnv, and for sale at New York lelaii
prices by J. HAYES &i CO.
I rwiaburg, April 16. Ageiits.
r"pHE public are hert by informed that I
1 am the txtlo.-ive proprietor of ihe
Cooking Slove known as 'White's Patent'
or 'The Whi'e Stove, by virtue i f valid
N.-lters piilnit "ranted to me by the pnn-i
authorrii-s nl U'asliingion ; and I herebv
caution all persons nut to mni'j.'acture or
sell Ihe same without authority from me. as
1 shnll promptly setk legnl redrr-ss for
every infringement of my rights under said
letters patent. The public are also cau
tioned that all stoves manufactured by me
or my grantees or agrn's, are marked
"James White. Patented June 10. 1811."
with the additional mark "Re-issue, Au".
t, IS50," on Ihe slide plate.
Milton, Sept. II, 1850 3m
rPIIE subscribers, thankful for past pat
1 runage, wculd inform (he public thai
ihey continue to manufacture all kinds of
Mill Gearing, cast WaterWheels
ol the most approved pattern,
One and Two Horse
PLOUGHS. We invite
particular attention loa new
article Wiard's Pnicni Gang Plough
Tor redmg in Grain. Farmers by this
Plout-h ran seed tin much grain in one day
as in three days with common ploughs.
CASTINGS and TTTRNIWQ.
and Filling the same. HOLLOW Ware,
Kettles and Pots of various sizes Smor.ih.
ing Irons and Stands cast Tea Kettles to
suit cooking stoves, &c.
ihe most approved patterns now in use, for
woon or coal fancy OrnATTTiri
Parlor, Wood and CJoalg J Q YES
mr-aigni oroves Kace's Sell-regulating
Air-Tight Pailor. Wood Stoves, (a new
ei;nn t A.. V
Threshing Machines and other articles
of Machinery repaired in the best manner
and on the shortest notice. Castincs war.
ranted to be ol the best material, and at
prices thatscan not fail to please.
(.BUUra & MARSH
Lewisburg. March 25, 1848
rTHHE nndersignrd continues to furnish to order
j on me most reasonable terms, Pianoe, frooi
Ibe Manufactory of Coxam Mirxa, PbiM'a.
whose inetrumenla are too well known to need
any paneyyrie, havina; onifornly received the
commenuauons or tbe most eminent professors
nil eomposera of Music, and the award of the
premioma in New York. Philadelphia ami Boston.
For qualities of tone, touch, and keeping in tone
r piicn, rney can uoi oe luruaased by
either American or European pianos. '
Instructions given on the Piano ae heretofore.
Reference may be made to any of thoaw waremj
l"agwHi whv UIVB DDDlla rnrnmilla,! tn k.
charje. He may be seen at bis residence at Mrs
.....B.. m, . Him, ieswibr(, wbere lev
and panicalere will be made known.
, mot papoUr and Uvorite Airs and Maaic
of diflerent kinds received as it is issued from tbe
nnerent musical estahli.hinenis in the Cities.
May 15 CHARLES KALISCH
TWO full , in the Borouh of
J. Lewisburg, situated on Third street,
opposite widow Brown's, together or
inRty. For particulars, enquire of ' :
l SAMUEL SLIfER.
2. c ?T$r:l':m l. .aw
"An ounce of ;PreveittioD;yronh
, . a pound of Cure," in
, . that atrful diteaie, 'mt ' -
DR. FITCH'S Lectures on ihe Prefer
tion and Cure of Cenwmptio.
This popular work for sale in Lewisburff
this ollice. Price, 75 cents.
TRICKS OR (fcfTACKft
LT Ersmrsioov Rba nu CAaeLi.vr-Tlir ts
Hanwfunll mr wle in Um diflewa town r.itlrd S. P
Townspfttl' Saras fnl la. k m mJymmti am th OCK.T.
KAlsUl.l'llKvMiui Mil ffUt. TtllT'Wrati.t r-no-tT.-if.
indDeiff wit; but ws Urmwti & wrte n r-.r.e.(.
Mp,Msdlh like ye br asMtUMta-ft list Utlr ul lavtor tM :hJ.
Krm ti praunni errtlii dr tii b a . Hv my m m
aatiemlrd iwo iiivdi'! li !. ail pras-tirr,! (.ir bftr.
aiti! !" Kw llwini k la. a ncvar racitct.! mniirin j
day in hta life? Swli triJ'iiK tiriU mi-rtivVei,!.tt.o
loukibaltBfr(ftirTs-rauil rrnrv? ol Umittan. I wis
tO'tet antcerely, h l1 iirvcrfnvsiti-aratirMisi.t4 W Is ;t T
wtf or ol'mc. iK-n will nwn Ir-in. u l- hiiseiit-I uu
(ui an all btir tVu'iri-f au'l ii.rtrrf.yrr with ili-ir
men ! He appli t t nne RiwM'taffioa,at liim mu.u
factoring hi ii!iiu.r. itatinjr ib- tarf Iw :
take, as an int.Dit'iit'ni u rtnlsaf fc m ilw ha m w. Tf.
Hies hava bea iawitiiii arxt librlhin tint m all p- h j
fonnw, in orvVr v itiijari tbs uWh wi'b th kii' tit .1
the Of d Unctot'ti StCP-aiariila - t tiir ftnuime. rjKt u
ffnrrnnmriUtt, mask fn-m ih 'rfrf AW'rr. Original lt tw
m. ThMS. P. Tuwii-wikI my I Kjve il ttir in m 1 i
afM for 7 a week. I vitl sire hmi t if K will j l
dvoe oajB ample wl iiary proof of Una- IIm taiemvtr
Thnmpmn, SkilhiMR aV are nnvhirtf hat a timu
isltchouda, mmply kwlc to .Wnv Uit (-yh.i-. -,. k .
Ihe tniih down in rean! in hi tvurrnr, frrmmtm c '
ptmiH. TUtf 1 ( caiituni ih pttbitf it 1 -tire I .-.- uwie t' t
Old lr. JA UB T'wuiriwri, SrciptnlU. ltaiiM( .mi 1 .hi
Old Dnctor's hkentM, ua Atatrr CWl -Imaa, W
awnaiureacrfMa tin Owtt i" Antui.
iVMCtuat Omte, lit Auw-Wrf, .V. V f Vy .
JACOU TUWNE5 .
Old Dr. Jacob Townsfcntl,
THR ORtf-IVUs WSCOVEKEll OF THE
Genuine Townsend Sar3aparilla.
Oji) Dr. T- mater). t is now whtmt 70 yw ol r! Iim
jMkfhrrn irw.wii a tiir 1 1 THUH nnsl DlSft YF.HEH
mi ih GKXl IXE ORItilSAM TOWSXKSto
HAitSAPAHtr.A. ' It ui; -xr. he -w cni--i;r,i u:
hmM tw man m far uri. by liirli .mii it to berm iwi
of maritrt, aittl the wtes nrnininlicl t -!.: wi j
had pn-Teti tU worth, aitd kntmn Ma vhir. h hmi iaci.
tlie eara n1 manv. iitvfnhri. a th-v-e rMu wlu l.J
acn heale.1 of -ore t.i.-raet anJ aarvcU lra tka.ii, jw
caniict. ita wir-rfr!
ThtaGEANDAMl I.XKVtt MIXKIlRKP.RAT1f N
manulactunl'Hi th larse,;i avaif.a.Mt i cai.r-1 r ::,r---J
M lite leircia) ami tHeitli M iar U.L eytw-ru.j u aa
(rtunvl HMaablr ( tirrrr-:Mm r rirtaTlonttiuu.
V.a,iha yoitns S P. TwtwtT-.', it tiiirvrs .:k
jdi) never rhatciebut frihe brtier: it i prrt-ar.-j
n artajfSe pnwtpt by a mHrntiJir mt; Hie rati:
knowlcsir'e of fbcniiMrr, ail lite lairt iln-rtivrnf .
ait. have all ht-rn bftMibt tnia rUi"itiHi in ihr in;.iib'a
tur of fhe Oiit Dr'st KtmftarilU. Th Atr-sni i r
it t well kuown n mrtfinu mtti; contain niaov mrtinn
pnMrrtar, arvl imf r -- whlh arr inerl ..- ne e.
nd itthersi. whtrh II rrtametl in pivinti- it f-r c-. .r
dtsce fermrntntian atnl wiW. wliifh I ii.iurfou :!
let. Sme ff tbe 'rynr h SirKiiril'a am - wwa.
that they entirely pva"iwte atrl urr ! ::. nc j iefMr-.: i.
II ihey are prnarrV'TsI by a urtrnttji prmrttm. k.nwu im
ly ti th'"- exteririi-v-il in its iitai it::ir:un'. M tvc
lht?-ie tWuf'V jtrittrrttvim wbKb Ay l Mi v-r. .r am r
haUiKm. u.i'ter br.ir. eir lb vi-ry exxmtinl ti'tUiui j-tjf,
ertir n ihe r-'. uat.-h eivt-1 it all n v.-ihie
Any i-twii "n b r mrw tr rMtt iii it.-T ft a -'j.k
C"!oril liiiivl. wbrrh nKn from ibf C'l-'Mt-c itia. er vj
tbe nH than If 'in iivilitti eic; titev ran fhit irjn :!.t
Mllir. it V:i(-til ! t I afl-f . -V.ftsn W.'M 'f .". f:J
then call it SAKSArAKII.I. IA I KA-T x VULf."
R it nfh n'K tbf ani!e bi wn v !!
GEMLNEULO UU JACOB TOW.NE.ND'tt
Tliia i prrparei! that all the ua.rt prpenif of i'
Safaparilta rt are ijtwt rituvtui. e.T'iu.j.f V
bfcormrif? art-l T rrnatuttii i eatmc:el ami tyyraeA .
then every peinrl ul nioiir.nl tul'ie te av-rurcit n. a
buhI cof-reritrewM lerm; a ant Uim it ie renierfil u.c -M
ot (ONtiig nny ol it.w VeIuai.i a in I Imi!jii pri'i,rtir!. r
pami hi tbtia way. K t luatcie ihe m-m -wertu! artv ia iL
Cnre of liianrarrahlr Uine4-.
Hmre the reain why we lkar eKtmwitbuiiiw m trerf
Ie iu ittavurby wiu, won Kris, aud rlii.-ini.. Unliinl il
iloilt wnuiU-pi nt the cure (f
COsL'.VPTI JYSPKrn. UVEH
Vf'MPLA 1ST, ami m RHKr.VATlsM. strltttt
(X.I. PU.K t O.sTil ;.VA.-'.v. a' ''7' V'
OCX ;?V77oW. PIMPLE it. KLT'HB
aiuiail aitcc.iorM anl:r Ir nu
J.MPCKITV OF THE BLfMD.
t patPHiaafii marTcilow rtftcnrj m aft rnrritm ail
faint' from lndtffrtiun, ("nun irni.'ry S th Kttmurh. Ip-m
aiiesiini cirruUtion. 1elerrniriai.tn i btwisi (he taaaL
MlpiUtusn ol ilir Itrarl. Cid Mtn ait J haiailH, coM ebi!U
i.wt rtsi uvrr Itie bovly. It h.ilot rt4ruat. M V$''UnJ
CtMgk : awl prun-sU eay i xeritr.vn-ii oim! Cfti'la !
apiratton. frl.mia? i net urc ul luc luttst, ibn-at atwa.
Hut in itothniff i?t ii excellence nnrT roanifcjiiy aaan at-!
acViiuwIeilCfil ih-n in all kiiwi ml tnatre f
It work waller in rae-. of air AJtum or HVifv
FalttHt of thr ll'.mrV, 1tlMmrtHt ttnpfsL w Puinui
Mr mm,'irr'-Tul'.rittt tlie Hrtirtial (eri.Kl. an I (be like,
ami ia ertertual in ri'tnii all the lnn ol Ki tncv H.arasttx
By removing olfinhiMi. atr-1 r5ulauii tbe !!fiuri
vntem. rteiTr-s tone ami atrcngib the wtioie tvwK.aisJ
diua cure all lvrnf of
Kerr on a Dleai aarl IfrlSlllty.
am) this prevent tr rstlsevrv a err at varta-ty mher tu-asW
alim, tm Spinal irritnti, SetvttffiH. St Vitus' itauct,
Stemming, . (w(rt...i. Vr.
It Crea4astri the blood, rxrrrea the li.r tv heabby aU'.
touca i be atinnacb. anil Civet gt-ntl tlie3ti. t-i ia
bowel of tnetirair!'Mir(jauiria. alUviain'UmtiKitHin. pur
nfiea the nkiu, ttialie the circulation ol tic biiHui. pr
;eute warniih cvjitalty all otit tit i-wtty, anu iW
maenaihle perarMralmn: relave arnettiwa aef n.'Stneaa.,a
move all heiriietimi. aiwl m.iaie? die eiiuie ncrvuua
TWem. la nnt Ihia then
The Madlrlne jan tre-emlnenlly needt
But ean an (H thear Ihm? he .nl nl' K P. TownaeuJ'a-ma-rior
anieie 1 Ttm ..nne man' li.iniil a nm to be
COMPAREO WITH THE OI.O PR'S,
heeanae af one KRAMl FT. thai lUa war ia INCaP
BLEW ULTEB H R STIOS, an.1
while Ihe other IMKSr mmrinf.f'rm'mlin;. au.l
ISe hottirm rntitaiiiin? h mt. iraeineiai. : ihe aot,r. i,': 1
liqnitl ealnliiie.anl Hamaejne other -,N.I-f !Uut nr itiio
nnrrihle enmHMnal Urn M,aina !n the eram What '
put and intoa yw. a'rudt Htnsl riiharijl W -ac-eauae
IWepetma bin aeai I h,atee ail kir rt .it .Sea
rnod aoura in onrini.ieli.. w!l:h nneliief ii rttiir-. I
flatnlence. heartburn. walniaiaw at iIm heart, river cm-
PlaiiH. ih.-irrbo-a. rfyfrium, ciIm. aiel c.M-rniiin M 'w
!",! ? What i Srnsnla 1ml an aei l h-tnair ia llie real.!
What pnalweea all rlie hurimr- .hieh hrinc nn rTrt,rrfiYil
Ihe Skin. SraM llea,l. Kill Kl.m l.:r.ui i ....
Hwellme. I'ever S-re. aii.1 all ulrerMiion.'tnlemat aiel ex
ternal 1 fei MtlllDf laulea heare. k.n aa u-ui I
whH-h aoiir-. ami ihu ...il! all ll lliii.b nl the hn,lr. mora
or leaa. Wliat eai,-e. Uil- irmari.ni hirt a annr nl arf
flutrl whieh iritnuare. ir-ell bciwren ihe p,,,i-, ami ritm.
where, MTHamir aul laaamiiM the rielira-e inanra aiant .
whiehitarul S .rf ner,L. .1,--a . ............ .i.-
hlon.1. ul iteninre! eirrn:.-HHitt. aial nrarlv all iIm ailniawa
whtrh alftVl human natan..
rvow ia it no: horrible to rnaka an.1 a, IL and MaiMi
mrr tn n-r that -
SOlKl.-vU, IKIlMENTIMi. SI l! -1 0.MPOt ND" Oe
S. P. TOWNsrMr.
anjt ret he wnnM rain lTe ii arva-r-' that Ohl Dr Ja.
"h Tuwii-einl'. firnuin' Drtfiit.i! S.trtumnEa. ie an I w
tTATMW ol hi- i.,ieri..r ww.rii.. ! ;
lleaven hirbbt Uiat are .h.nilil .Ul
WnulS hear Ihe im-t rfisiant n-cemhtm.ee tn at t
arnl'a ttrtidrt i- -, ...
We wi-h it onJ.-r.i.o,!. lrrnii- ii ' tlw n'.-.'x.-f fra'a.
Hmi S. P Tnvrneemra anieie nwl nM lr. .laenhTw.ern Ta- .
Sataauaa-llU are wra .rne ojairr, mm( ralfWf, 'v dim
liar; thai tfaer are n,,ke m eeeee mhU,.,, I...-. .
Aa S. P. Tiwu.-n-l i no ittetor. aret nerer a. ia lv
ahemiA n nbamnernii knave ao more nt nihriae or
1ef,B Uiaaiia!lo-reinaion, tmpeanmhr. nnfrwiaiat
tan. what runrnnT-r ran Ihe pnhlie here that thev inra
f'V'nf eawiiaearanufit mejirme, nxiiMumx :l ihe ir- -luea
of llie artlcrea ui ureiMtrin; ii. an(t whi-h iirtiv
eapabW ol f hanee. whieh ml.-ht rnelntaaai Ihe Ml HSV9
ef lhaeae iiMcaU M health
But wliat e!-e htlii evncete.1 fr.,m one vn Lnona
nothmf einnnartirH at meitienin ne .laa-aaea . k n-wus
a Darsaa) ut eoma rsnerieiM-e lit ri-k, aial n-rre nf etr.
eomrmnl ileeenl Trw-it. Ifoar mneh mm Vmrioetnni n B
thai tta- nereoti- arret niaiiiiraemre meieine k vi-re-.l lor
wkak snrvtAi tiis ami cNF:r.i:i.rii rnwrrsw.'.-
BhoaM know well rha metlieat itronertiea 4 nktnla, Hto haat -manner
ol aernrui? ami r-i.-CTiiir''mue ihcir h.-Mln.s vinuea,
aim, an exleneive knnwledee af the vanVn irhiaaaenwMrw
alTee. Ihe human avawan. aiul bow in attain naunJie a
k in to ararai traahi apan Ihe atibetnaaio. pour balra -
to woonJeJ hnmanilv. to kiil!e hna in the uWpainnf
aom. to reatore health, aral bloom, aa.1 iim, mm ,ho
eruaheil arnt broken, and aa hatiani rnSmuiv thai Ol.ll nB.
JACOB TOWNSKND haa SOUGHT and VWMUbaom.
ponanitT ami na-ana o knnv kia
Oswwal I'wlvoranl Cwweeaitrateat Rrnaeairt
Wltnm tha rewrh. and tat iha kuowlodee of all ata naaaTnl
Inai Ihey may loam and know, by joyful experience, iw
a rnatae a wainaiv raveir lay Heauv
Acrnts for the above Medir--C W
SchafnV, Lewisburg ; John H Baser, Mi'
toa ; Forsyth &. Priestly. Worthumb'larvt
ME Bnggey and Sett ef Haraeaa,
uoe j wo Horse wagon,v . ,
OarR Truck Waipao- v
For sale bf HP lM.er