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FridatMorxing,Acc,cst21,1S"7 . pvKKTIZK! Manure-tun.!. Merchant, Mwh-infrt A fvblk: oiHcri in :ity ui Country, I'uWi-Uers all who wi.h I' huy or iII wuM di w.-fl tn nntloy the .htr. of the tswidttrj Mh li- brff and iwwwn irriuu in "" - -rifpnrtfc of at-tirf, olv.ut MWuccns cou-uumtm auJ J-al-r.s a auj in tha !?la. TSee Sew Advertisement... j . . t B&Mr. IUir advertises an czcciltMit . Farm, near Hartlcton, in to-da's p.. per. fiSTRccent foreign arrivals notice (lie death of the notorious writer, Eugtruc Fue. . iguKi.iSE.! Hotel, Lewfel-urg, was j teceutly purchased at private sale, by K. Uetzel, of Dauphin, I'a, for the sum J of Eleven Thousand Dollars. J TaVL Lf.II-Y, Eq., of Danville, Ins the : Democratic nomination of Montour coun ty for Congress. mitu 15. Thompson id prjpocd as the opposition cundMato. I t-The Democratic Delegate Meetings . for Union county occur on Saturday, 9 iU j itist., from 2 to 5, P.M. County Convcn- j tion at Lcwiburg, Mjnday, Aug. JJIst. j te)T At the lato CuuuuuiicMueul at Can nansburg, Pa., the dogrco of D. D. was j conferred on President tlrarhart, of (lie j Franklin & Marshall Colh ge, Lanca.-K-r. j 8.Tiio Lists of Voters Lave lei'ti put up, generally. We give early notice, that names of persons omitted may forthwith be supplied, by applying to the A.-sesor or at tLe Couiuii.-sioiiera' OITi Iga-TLe BinjhimUm K jmUictin f pea-. in tbe most complimentary nianmr of the recent Ad Ircss in that place Ly il..n.ll.C. lln.'KttK before the Sew l'otk iiuto 'J'a chers' Association. la.ToiissoN' Map, for wbieb L. W A.nspacii - . ... i .... 1 is ActiijWe uim on i xaiiiiiim iou . . l . . ....... i , on,.. mit,h. nr :h aoq'itsitioii to any public or , lO UC ' '".,,uu ""J , private bali or oliiee. It his most ot Uic new Towns, Counties, ij., in .Minnesota, Iowa, Sebraska, aud Kansas. i . , , , ,, " , f&JW e ara tudebted to Uev. V har'es ( Maclay, one of tLe Trusters, for tbe 31 ; Cttalogue of tbe 'Tnivcrsity of tbe Paci- 1 li;," a Metbodi.-t Institution at Sauta : Clara, Cal. TLe Faculty cumbers ;',wit'a ! 101 members of tbe Collegiate atil 1're- ' patatory Departments. TLo Female De- j partmcnt has 4 Instructors, t). Studcuu. : Wilmot AT IItM. A correspondent ' . j of one of tbe I biiaJ-iiaiu p;ticrs. wnun: 1 fi-ytn Troy, Bradford county, say : " i "l am here iu the very heart of Wil nut's district, i 1 lit Wiimn i--, without exception, the most popular uiau at homo that. I 4vi'r heard of. lie is'r.ot oiilv nor- ular, but the misses are really enthusiastic in his praise, iiradfoid will give him ! tiOOO majority, but Tioga is in for the I Banner. 8-Thc new PresHyter'nn bou?c of wors'hip in Milton was dedicated last Sun- j day. Kev. lr. M'tJill, of Princeton, preached a deeply icteresting scrnu n in the forenoon, to as large an audience as the II 1 --. ;!.!.. ..J.l ..r,li.;n ' rouui, gaueij ....-.v The building is large and makes a good , It is surinouuted by a tall : appearance. steeple, containing a town-clock, and a bell of conMderaWe tone Ibc interior ; well arranged, the ect.in3 and wai.s are . liandsomely iroscotu, ana pew? eusi.inne i. The subscriptions taken amounted to about ... ... i $S0O, which will nearly pay what was due on the building. We noticed finite a , number there irom tne i.ewisourg enuren, f .i t - i t . i who had taken the liberty to attend. - - - . - aTI he Newport (Ivy. ) News says that a slave was chained up and beaten to death recently in Pula.ki county, Ly a , -lr. Bttgal, his owner, who gave him -one l hundred lashes a day for six days, and would have given him another butnlred, ' Lut ho was dead the seventh morning, j The cause of the slaved whipping was the slave's going to sec his wife, oo (lie &cxt . .- e. t r.i i i puntuion, aner ne.ug .oro.aaeu. , I-The Premium List for the next , , , . .,, , , , jnculturat Fair, will be found on our Agri first ratrc to-dav. and we direct attention . .. .. .u ... .i u:. to it, asking cac. uu. u. ..o- o ; - ii l :.....t.. ;-t tcrnrise Over $100 arc otTercd in Pren.i-i tcrprtse uver v arc oi tu n urns. The Society now has mi) ot the iiiA Qtnoblinl.lnrs npeded. and is rirenared t. ru, .,,, f,f BTiKI nn iM cribf a semi circle, the arch of which is 1Sii, personal Narrative of many years fcxpert to make the first payment of S5.U0 on its cri rhnce and course the ence, by the Wife of a Mormon Elder. With laud. Miarcs are C!V cacu, auu are eone- j itcd from tvry person, anywhere, who feels an interest in the object. ji3JThc I'uion Convention of Panpbin county nominated John U. KuniEHroRl), a farmer near Harrisburg, for Statu Sena tor from the new l'atiphin and Lebanon district. A native of th farm on which ho has lived about G' years universally esteemed for his intelligence, his benevo lence, and his iutcgrity intimately con- o..t 1, iIia 'fii.ta anil tliA intpr.kt. of all classes, the people of that district ' will act wisely for themselves and do the : State honor by conferring upon him the I Senatorial Lonor. We know we speak the I seutimeuts of thousands out of the district j in ihU eorr.tiiendatinn. - - ApiwintmCMt. 1'ARICS lil'LLOCK, has been appointed by Gov. Pollock, Prcsidcut j Judge of tbe Bradford Judicial District.in j rlaott if.Tn.ltra Wilinnt. rAMitTllPtl. O ' V.CD.l.uilocK is oue 01 me eariy acuitrs of Northern IVnn'vlvania, was formerlj' a M..-.1 r ii. I : .l..i..r ..! l.,.l;.r hd nrettv mueh retirod from ihe practice f ... . .: . . 01 tne L.aw. Uis integrity and souuaness , of judgment are undoubted. We have I known him as a Liwjer, as a General, as , ' ' rarmcr, as a Preacher, as a 1'hjsician, ; a a Merchant, as a Lumberman and fa H. the Useful !,!, .ml lli. nnlveranll. ... ..j Vevrl...1 Great l'nbllc Kale ! It mm to jn. on Kri-lsy tart, (UT. rath, rridav bltflit.) Tint tUh-Ltiiii; WW Dlumld (treat our viwt Aud all cuuiJ mm the Might. Twu widely blwn that Loci Sto Wax comma; to our t-'WD, To talk to host of womiroiw gboita, L4i -tut-k within Ui ground; An-1 to iMirpriw otir turn and tyn v mppiiid with hr tors; Ami hIm. writ what wi b i...t tYlulcf nodding in a don. lu Amnions' hall iwmll- d all, t.Ht.i, l.;tj, uulrMi'Ued and wi; AditiUUiitc.- trw.-j.rut li:.ut tu Gum (jobiiu ihftv Ut rise. Stow hfW enr pouDtl through the dour, Aui vlbuWetl tu a iav V VrrtM.-ily tin y all culJ mi Mi.- Lit y ' j.U-aaiit live. OM su.'ii.n, llirw -oto anl ten, l"iui (-t J in l Tif tin; I'uu; Ai' n i M' oitl luJu-ji, Uh, Cuutv kUauoue ty utio. BriM. 1u:;ii.iik pirli, with waring rurl Ai-.I Mir ii iron h ;W il'-y-Mi.H-Ywr An 1 .''...., b-.'iS In - UTfM joya Mm.- ki'l-ut W'T. than .""li-tan. TL rn-l flwt U.k.d, then lHnlml nn l 'l lieu -citl.a tts iiuui; L"iiaHkti,' Tin uilim i.- w iv itn-y ouJeri wby Lucy tlfi u'l uomtt. V;tlt rri'!.iu bckn auJ cherry ch'-oW, Tlit- Mart ut y jr; TUiir M-'i-rift thn'UK the doorway, too, hut Lucy wa u t Uir.'' U"rl fun fit. nii-n nw;ir and m'it, V' uii,' nin.n.nk-i Nt.iUii ami y 'H ; U U fit- t-i-iu.-r lli y ak of Tvui Tui wan t JT piir'iititli. Tlify unit'll a ' mi'-e" Hi a d-'ticf, An .ntii'i'itioii lold; Hit truili iH.rt-d out h yot d a lotibt Tiiiit ail wv;v bn-liy ouLU:i O. . , His !ure a in To T 1 jour nt-vhtmr lliu; Hut, inn-r min.i. yuu yt uiay find ji, u-- uy for ati thU fu5. " l"s Iwbpriticnt" is a now paper liailinjr from Sergeant's liluflf, Woodbury Co., I )wa, li- Ct.MMINOS & ZlKIiACII, at 51 ,..,r I,, n.lcni,-o It ik nl..l tll I - r J . ; Lack side of creatiuu n uore it is printed. 1 . . r J ! t . . ana we give our iricuus cn-un ur guing . , ' . i mi the advance pay gjstcm and Cuming ; .. - nne crct.mi if 1 1 1 il Tf tl '1 IT (A Ilk ...... v. , 1 . ti V" '."""".! "" ' 1"l'u" fl.in.l.i.PAMfKI.KI- . .m, un),.r Hie lirnnif BROWN & STEK j C-i.'-Tlio J.-v inocrats in Clinton county I; cnl. rll .,ri:,.,rton,.i.- i.u.aiikiii uooiv, , .1! w desire a full share of Public Pat Lave nominated I). K. Jackman, and in 'MJ""u"' ''a M i immt " ' 1 II "" I '"' ''"' '' I .. : T1,. T t..t f... a. ' njti'iiim .vuuij a ,..iuj.i, .v. , sctnbly. 1 bey arc tic?cnuca as itivutirate , iii . v. 1 bev arc described as itive irate i J ' 1 r'p rippers ana money uiaKcrs irotu put,ue ; w..iks. j M. Seoiii.kr is nominated for Register & Kecoider of Lvcoinini'. - T. A. Macartney, K., is announced as Associate Kditor of the liloomburg A'e- jntWruH. We don't sec as he can improve any on l'r. Jobn, but there's no harm iu trying. n,cs,,.r OjuhIu Times, is a new Ilepub- Tf cibt columns to the pac, ptiLlsilicd by lu& & Piukeiton, at ( ... . mi . t, esl CU-iur, I a. ....... -.- ACIUHENT. Last Week, Wm. G. Ilcr- I ' rol 1, K-q , of CLapman, Snyder county, ! , , . r; 1140 ins nana smasllCU, la consciiuencc 1I j having had it drawn between the haft i crank, attached to Eugino of Lis saw mill. TLe finger next tbe least on bis J, ft hand was completely torn oft, and several of the other fingers severely Iruis- vl.MlilMilurj Tribune. gTRlTK BV Lightning The barn of p,,.,,,. .M0tz,near Middleburg, was straek n.?l,tnin?,lat M jntlay. Strange to say, naej aon (ha hay mow through the I 1 . "... . ., ... .- . i fi mr ti1 ,he gtabiing tiencatn, wttnout igni , . iuattltiv killing a a uuc urnuiiiu r- , i . i UnT0 Mrt0 , t0 Mr. 51 There I were fccra, anJ cuiIlircn jn the barn ut ,hc ij.rcd. ! TMUlai,f Trlhnn - The Nt.tt.MAl. School. This institu- , .. ..1 ta Bni.tn nn T.irt .1 1 w 1 l ct ...... , c understand that it is conducted on cor- -.. r -.-... r.l..d tn t lifif r.ititrt n niiinlipr fit : , - j persons, from all parts of ihe county, are iu attendance preparing lucmseivcs tor tun . responsible position of school teachers, jjr . Hawx, the County Superin- tenpeut,is the principal. LetcUmcn J'n u. -.-. : ANSWER to Biblical Enigma in last week's Answered 'by J I D . l.ewisburg. M.A.A , Kelly. problem ,h, rirnnirlr o( lh ; jnst. r.Uiive to a circular puml 18 rods in ,i.......i.r ! t man ami duo on a rnCK in ihe -;'.' ' '" -j" .-,! 5chm)1 boT lit. r. Vc. 1 had no doubt some school boy wojld have enswered. Anycooper known k l,,,w tc calculate a bottom for a vessel, would j fi litiuies. But as it is unanswered in your last, and R.F.B. may think it a stum-; ner. I would sav, the dog swam 'lthcr wr.,s.wui, , radius of 84 rodsJescril rols.descnbe ' . - i . fourth part of a circle.siving the distance that n hM foreRfill i railjns ,, is, is rods, wiih one foot in the i.f the Ictrs of the oiiadrant, des- iWain. K.t:., While L Deer Mills, PROBLEM. Within the enclosure of a large field at riuht angles, thirty rods from one of the cor ners, close at"!lg tne insiuc oi iuc k.i, aiunu a 'ox, and Irom tne same corner, iun.y ...u ; along the inside of the other fence, stood a ; dog f both starting at the same time, the fox ! running from the dog close along the inside j of the fence, the dog running at the rate of three rr.ds' while the fox run two, the dog run- pll the lime directly towards the fox ' . ., . .!.:.. . I.. what distance did the dog run before he cau.,l it i R. C. I . , , . , ' fr. lie have tnrrral iuynii d. irhu h t ,rc m" J'!" "'' ater Eteth- . EvThe Corner Stone of the new Church rlitTerent ilenomitiations. are respectfully invi- te.l t,, attend. Services to commence at StJ o'clock in the forenoon. JJlILi5 tVTh nrir Kvanfelical chapel, WinfieH, If , .i ,,,ll R AA,mtA w t)e vmMj pf God 0D 8unla- ,he 30ih of. August, ocramencing at HiJo'clock.A.M. The i jour mties ociow iiewiMiuig."1" -.- nublic are resnectfullv invited to attend. - " - " - - riTWhen Uc Van's GivtwictL was j first inIro()aced into the market, it never was thought of being applied, by the proprietor, to tanZ Di5"s' bru,,''s, "Si. have most every otuer disease, the amictea nave u,j tliis preparation in Consumption, and, although it has never cured a purely con. '"P pa-en., ye n 1 1 1 1 . - sa.ni U..UT wi... have been prone to the disease from an early of the United Lrethern in Christ, at New tier- y practical experience of the superi-! as well as for cash. Un. will be laid on Sundav. the 23d of August vmced 1 y pnw i i I .. . lW, nexu Preaching in the English and German i " ' ) ' cr m)W in use iu the on s.,uib Water street, languages. .Ministers as well as others ol the . " " -v' ... rr ihrrshinr- out rain. Nov. 19, 18o6 if LEWIS15URG CMOKICLE 1 -W call ati. nliuD to I'ruf. W ' Ilalr Itctora ! tlV ativertiM niwt itiiout druht, Iriiht, tlionly tMiy lhatean r-ititn. lli h tir b iU .rirt.n.-.iuity,an.t ha ; Ki'-a uu-ft-rsai fMi-u-a. lit-.- rii..ir nu inc ; timoiiUN ..f Luii inditof rwe" cured iy tht iof-n,i.i rort'TatiT. and we can cordially n-rominrnd it toall wl.o ; nt.d to ut- iUawitrrtraUon-tiKn.r. Muy Ann. ' ' - - - - - - ' - - lloixow t ' Oisim-vr r.-Tlio wh ii u. Tlnw who kav .- w- - -- . - . . . . j it no rt-ni'tly fur canvi 1 Vut tlit k-.i.-,are inviu-dtoraaU th bdlowi-if sUt.Bunt. K. ub-n Mil Ut-M. lat of Brooklyn, and now rfl.ni: at 1 Mury-wilK t allf ruia, wa for n-nl nmtu? 'ti-au-d ! SA-N.-m a.-ftm, by two ihTi.Uis. t.rwlmt tbry pr.- , n- ut.o-d lo be a p aH-rou' tumor . th.- hft bret. i- thy r.wmi.i'xet-iii. rui tit-p.ii-i.i ltd eHcrto llofB awf-u'in-'a ' it-lft. tl:ftMl. Ilvuwil it in rwniormrty with tlwiii- ( r-i-uoiiii. for two iiHii:hr, at tltocnd t'f whi'ih tiio tb- j ( lump bad vntir-dv dia)L-artl. and up to tb da- of liw leu tiu f-r Jau .'r.n- ii.ro, in Aufcutl la.-t, an tnt'rai I l.urti--n work not vm ptfittiti'l iu.rf 'H -rw cou,u i tJ.-o..-i.d. lhk'iliar:Niuaiiyc-iauiousiaall iutr :7.1 I n Tt... t......t --,tl.-l t 1p cm Lu c nnii"! by U t ) at that all tb. fmuilr mi i.ios aro not humbug, au l i m nlii- tt4.'iiti.lofl.ull.itly lil tb.r'ur.; a f-w t.f trnal mlt. a:d untlt!i worth. Of tb, lr. ' f,rtrs hiviywVir, or l.im r tl. uid) ,tnd.- flrt an-lfti-?-( m.'vt aw iif; Ihf r. m. dn t.f th d-.y that cu h-- rt-li-d on , u a niMH-iti- that in all it i" rcoimnr-U'l' d byit n'; ri i t-.r. It utiri-t ti- it-- tf on cvry trial, fr tbrs are U"iif who U'f :t but tell tb- Ir ftWidtod- en. n l it pi. fnm month to mutb till all tt n' th" '' I an IrarnM the I of bi truly valuable iiK'Jioiii. ' It i- r. fi-niiit-i''l d with tf -t:m.ni iln to ytov it- Tirtno t f. r tb- ftm- of Hvt-r o.i.!iit.t i f t-v.-ry kind, from the i w-Tt Dv ") to a minitnt-n llfa Ja- hi-, nnTii ;n rti--ul.tr-! 1 rtdat-U-d to .h.uri'lic.', lvrnir d Moni-cli, Itowt-1 Coiu ' ilniiit!' and lii-ear-i- nf cLildreu. tiuu or two do-tc re !u!l to t'uro acolJwiMi hcaree a r fuilJir,-. It is i.rlli Irit f .r tliic ith'tt. It li t'-r,,r" ly nd.i U-X to !: ne r Imli'-c. .:irlii-ul.-ir! tlun t. S:'in - Uli.-f ut llii tii-ll-t ctmi-tin,! in wei. ty l.:ivffirn tf..-irC'Ttit..-nt.- i f r f.. nry. anil tf t.m:i . are ailinff. trv one b'.Htlf , hinl .lltuef- it tj M ilium t it. Cnrrrc'rd Weekly Wheat... 1.4ii to l.ol) Kggs I'yc ";" Tallow ('orn... 1 70 LarJ Oats -j3 liacoii l-'l:i:seotl 1 ,5 Ilatu Pried Arjitcs. lioulli;r T.utur 10 rinvtTsctd.. .e 10 . VI . 12 . lf 1 1 "r'llO ' yi f:) On th. 13th in t. t.v . K A I .i.t. W M. C I! tl.KS of L..i,l.uri n. Mi- MAHV K. M ll.f iU:,t c lil.iu.kf (m b. nth innt. t.v k . I. vv., icau ii. viuit of I'l.iiicMil.ia nii'l yt, A AAA .wai.i. uaumvr ti A .iuhi..t. n rt li. n tin on tlif l'Jth ii'-t, liv S.iiniifl Itwiinr, Kii-, JAM?0.V KtFM atid tM7.Am;rii ia-ji:M-iX, n or ituaiam? 11 'i!,' lhf. 'V'th in t . 1 v n-T. J. O. Annpai-h. IMRAKL SfKK-riUII-l. of V..rli rt.uuty.aud -Mi-i M.u;Y J A.Nfc tfih ,i.if,i1ii t.irI.t.J.o..(n.p.rt.ii;t.ut, : , v.. ,1- . ....... .l.I h.i Uli:V JL LU- . ti. rh.i. - . flVU Slnnr- psTH. The Sum - rv .-i - i... ,.i,.,..i Jjeiinr. I'EATQ. J IlC .llio...J auiv ... btation at Farmersville in this rotiiny, on Friday last, received a sa l h. ck in the al- most in-tantaneous .t. a:n ci anss j .... daughter of J ha and Mary Bogenreif, of j White Spring. Her health was rather delicate, and she had walked from Milllinburg to Far mersville drank a liule ice water and while stated in a bnjsry, just as the scholars were about dispersing, was seen to drop h"r head, and died. All means were taken to resusci tate her, but in vain. Sume attribute herdeath to sunstroke. Herage was lyears,5 months and 7 d.tvs. How impressive the warning o !TJL In IjfwWutrj.on tlic-'ilh ln-t PAHAU A LICK, only dniUi,i. i of j..im n. an Mr- Thr J-ai, at-w b tui.'rw ,s..lurd.,T;m'.rni.;St loo'clk. In l.'Wiilniri.raomio of 2tt inf t.. ut the li.m. f hf r i,i.r!a. n. . k. ., Mr.. mkv uass. a :t Te:.r. Hit rmnin. iil lw ti-k.n tn tu'Tnw n.ruiu to (.,.,k ir,'-vi Tin. fnni'tntl will uktf I'larc Suntmry. her firan r r.fi!. n, f.r int.rm.nt. ilSNJS lu lwin TD. 14th last is. CIIIUSTIANA JIOOUE, I i i. .li.-, I lo ii'rti.-y Tp. Ji th i...t, UAt-iiKL, wife of J..hn I .7rSfttl -il JJ vt 'nr., I muutt. iit.'l 'In nr ,.., mi linn. .Mm. Al. KLI.A. if- of or. I . IVtt. i iriurrlv ..I M....O'. ''- !"- d " 1"'' .il. nn inrm.t rliiiil ..f IT S. f. n.l M. Klu I'.tl. .".1 'I'' IlillOl"(. II. Ill . It ii... in..ii "iwh" "- ; i .li.l it. vi-hiitv. wli-i .. ti;e tir.- hnvf tuin hn-J . ' tr .i t.V A.Nt A li'OS liirce tbe buruint up to I Mv l-i. Is.'" : i. A Ninill', r,.T"'U lllr.ih. Isr Ruth. Kirk Il-i s..i'.ii..'.u .i, t..M.iiii. ni-i. v fnnj. . K.ru Kul ii lUu:,.u 3I.-K,l.r, J. fc.k-rtJ.M tlT. . r.ll'i.l'l -V ' , . :.,l"III-I, -I . " . II liiiii.-l.Hik, hira -MU.. r..la.. JamlwiD. J .n.a A l. .. ' , . l - u-. Ki..V It s..l,.,n,iil-r. n,raiT,i.nu inin.i... - - -- - . tvuii'iuy. ii. a. iuu, . c. - i K rni an- . . .1 l llri.l...'i.ll. LllllU.-Ti Fxlluifr 4 Co., Milton. 1 VrSSJnS ACAD-MY. ypjij.. F L SKSSION, of lllis IllSt ii 11- ;.. Cl,1Illnece OB TllL'KsDA Y, e Sent 17iii, l!"o7. to contintie weeks. tiie uaminer, ana ine auuiuou o. ..w...t. ...r ' e ., t . I . . i. -.i. n I. a nn nn, barrel and I he lsTr.ll i:sslox,ni i:ie same initio, j II iiniiie.li.itelv succeed the b.riner, to be by a 'Vaca,im, duringthe Holidays. ! As ,ht iire pretty fully acquainted pttb :.. .i. i-.t tn I'riTir in:.I. iinrinif thp ; --; ' .: r .r"'-." ,J ill tears oi n tuiiint-iiiii wtm mv v 'all extravagant prcli nsions and ptoinises ' ' . . .i. n are out of place ; suliirr it to say lhat all the lir.mrhes of a thorough English and Classical Curse are taught, and that youths are fitted either for College, for Teaching, or for gene ral business. Tl.. Itihlp is a text book. A l:ir-c class of Young Ladies is secured. j TUITION per session of 13 weeks, including cont:n?eiii expenses. ITIM ItT rTii-a-it'iJ. Htinj. Kfiner, ATithmrtir, t!vL link Ml f. H. Hist r. -t t'-'- . N a! . tti.mal chnrp-s ; also, no dcdnctions nrrni lor nrutractcd sirknr;?. ' ' J.NO. RANDOLPH, Aii-ust 20, 1S57 Principal TJVJ f-ifisjtf.I " - - 7f7.wi,bn ha, t,.e -l. AReney for Lmon county of the follow- in- nrur works : We lmrnl,nl rf lui .mtn by K. Ur...er.n, a native resident of North Carolina. 420 pages. Price,!. Families J.'i amnwi the. Murnions nkites l.'iO naes Ssl. Mr. Shires will canvass the county. These works have a large sale. 3wtiU7 lliinsct ker n H.O i:it lll l.l.Kn. ..r. .... . ,ii!l .i.nlinnu In nmnitra. riinr. sunscnurn o.... tore the above Machines, and as Ihere are over SH0 of them now in use in Union and a,ljoining counties, we deem any further recommendation unnecessary, The machines are all warranted not only to du Cood work, but better 4 ork than any other km j u machine now in use. T. CHURCH & 0, Hartleton, Pa. Apply to Th i;nt-eM, iiariieiou, Hnotx. Union Furnace. Iy(ij2 Chester County (PS NE and Two Horse Endless Chain OWER. The undersigned being con have purchased ihe patterns and right to make them, we are now niaamg ..ore on hand a large number, winch we propose to introduce on the plan if they don t answer to the letter of theguarantee given with each of them, the machine will be taken Dac.K ana j ,lie ,llonPy refunded, if paid. They are now almost Ihe only entire Threshing Machine use in Chester, sif.nigomery, im.i uo I flelaware counties. Their advantages are :n .1 ni,AC, itnhle the work. ar. "" .."- ;" :: I cording to the number ol horses usea, man the nl.rmachines will do; UF'they will save at least two hand and threshing can f . . . 'l.. ..- ; .1,. 1... " ' .KS w; Td be omwi wet day.. nen me na unemployed. "Lr 'V n. laniriiui. iiuui uu- .... . . . 1 . 1 . Appiy " r.rB!... rTe18 I & WEST BBMCn-:FAW:rA5SjyEf- WfrTTCE. . . ;,.-r .,- thm tin if or. rVj " i i "CMruJ b"fc" V " w sinCO nas Ulis uay v'4 ----- Wifcavaa of ibe boroush of Lewisburs tbe . f ,.. S r mrM 3 following articles of prupert) : i3 grey mares, j . .., 1 Kkra 0ff(in. 1 sens )i nurse rnii i " - " - b , sprin- watfCon 2 cows, 4 tons of .l. u-r Win. w iinn nec u. i Mraw culler, 1 sled, 1 p!uW, 1 Cultivator, 1 . . g f -(rn jn ,he ground narrow, nu o . (f ... upon the estate of V tn. V llon, dec d. AN nay now in iuc waim - persons are hereoy loruitmeo m nicumc wi JAMES CKISWELL. Aug. IH, Ift57 pd3v UWrVERSITTT SCHOOLS ! WIM. op.n for the Winter Session of si month on Thiirsdav. Sept.ilih. Tuition. ;OI.LEJK. f. r the session 2H.flO fuel. Library, &c. 3.00 ACADEMY Enlish Cla.viral Charges Ti'inaio Institute. re?'r conre Preparatory Cliares 10.00 13.00 S.15 $-:o.c.i Kl.tIO 1.40 A. K. BKLI., General AiienlA Treasurer. I.ewisunrg. Aug. II, IK57. 3m630 TAILORING. JOUX B. MILLER thankful for past favors would sUle that he has re ceived the Fall and Winter Fashions, and is prepared to CUT, MAKE, and KEPAIR garments as usual. He will endeavor, as heretofore to execute his wcr' satisfacto rily to all. l.ewisburg, Aug. lC,18i7 rHF: Partnership of the undersigned, tra- I tlins under the firm of ilnttt T Jiimr, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; all peri'ns knowing themselves indebted, will call and settle without delav. JACOB H. BROWN, . . . . nimar IHTTrD -,-.. ... t,, -.ill he contin- II ed at the well known stand of Brown .. .........v...........'. - - trv Produce. Call and see the new linn. - BROWN. Aug. 12, 1RST. I. 8. STERNER. Dissolution. Tnrtrr ; .- u i... i in i thf firm of lr.Wl-Bj waJ ,isnlred by niim, consent on the 1st day of July lastaml that the books of said firm.are left wiih me for collection, w ith whom all persons owing said firm will make settlement. Ati2. 13. 1837. SAMUEL SUPER. Itrokc Out In a f I'larc ! JESSE II. iril, having H-is taken the establishment recently occu 40r pied by Mrs. DeNormandie, adjoining the "'Chronicle' and Teletrraph cfiices, he i.s prepared to see his old and new friends, and furnish them with all kinds of t'OATA'CJ'" XEK1ES of the choicest varieties. He has refitted the establishment, and is certain of givio-z satisfaction tj all. Ice Cream served up everv evening. Aog. 14. 1357 NEW SCHOOL. IN the School opened in Frick's BuilJing,n Wednesday, August 12th, will be taught ail tne Drancnes oi an nxiisn aim Kilnratinn. Primarv. Commercial. Classical, and jiorma Departments will be formed, and tl most thoroush instruction given o pupils !oi every graue. n. ...... an 14 Principal. I UNION SF.MINAltY. rlHE Fall Session of this institution com J menced on the Fifth of August, and will continue lour montns ana a nan. -lu.inii-. will be received at any time. A Nvbhal De partment has been opened for teachers. For further particulars address W. W. ORWIO. Principal. Arm Berlin, Pa BEERSTECHER'S PATENT TRIFLES AND riSTOLS.-.Tiifse KI- - IV, tics and Pistols are like ordinary Rifles, except that by a very simple arrangement ot p.c, two iu,.n- .ai m - can De uiscnargeu rHruiy u u.-... objects; Ihus serving the same purpose as double-barreled lire-arms, while they are only " M.r:,.,r,.ltelv hv the subscribers.who hnll as neavv. i keep constantly on hand ure-arms ot all ae. I nii,r.n on.l. hunters euuin- , . i..i,'...i, 1 1. ... .. , , . merits. Repairing promptly attended to, and at reasonable prices. BEEliSTECHER GERIIART. Lewisburg, Union to Pa. rtTCash paid for old Brass or Copper.3) Aug. li. lb.F7. 2m FlIBLIC SALE. "ITTIt-L be sold at Public Vendue, at the V late residence of SAMUEL WALT Ell, .lee'd. in llrv tlllCV. Union township. Union coiintv, on Friday, lllC Slfil of aimilMt, !7, the following Personal Properly, to wit : 3 llorsos, 3 Milk Cows and Youns rat tle, 7 Hors and lot of Shct'P, 1 fuur horse Wason.l Rotkaway.l Thresh ins Machine, 1 Fanning-Mill,2 setts BiiKSey Harness and Gears; also, l'lowsj Harrows, and other Farming Utensils too numerous to mention; also, Beds, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Cup boards, Tables, Chairs, and a variety of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCH EN FURNITURE. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.,when terms will be made known by iiASj Administrators. July 31, 1857 Jet Goods ! Black Diamonds ! ! &c. Ituy Early, and Sure your Monty! f rriIE subscriber is prepared to furnish JL at all times the very best COAL of every description, from the Wilkes-Barre and sha- i mi. km mines. He has on hand an article oi i very superior quality, such as is seldom bro t I ,.. ...,rL.i l,i.h Kwill disnose oi al the I lowest cash prices-Coal weighed, and go. i measure warrantett. iv n..ri.....s merchantable Country Produce of most kiuds Nesbii's Lumber Yard R. 1. NESBIT. .. . . i .1. , I M-nreVPr K Min HdVC Hit " ru turn ,) , second snpply of Spring and '"'"' Goods. They invite the attention of the La- j particular to their assortment oi , SPLENDID PRESS GOODd C LOCKS. Walel.es, and JctTdry, next door to the Post Olfice Cheap for j Cash. A. li. u.uhaii.ix., u I Lewisbnrg. April 24, 1864. RESS GOODS '-Plain Black and Fancy RES 1 S,. TU...;. Berages. Sha.lys, Kobes, Lawns, Brilliants, r.ranad.nes.&c. A1.7. lot of Parasols. fMro Black) and I Fancy colors, ju&l ree'd and lor sale by . . r . , May 21. Coodman & Cbaibetlni mm vtL.JLa -. ? aTrvVV TOS. I. YODEli, Practical Watclima- J ter -nil dealer in dorks, Watchei. Jewel rv. Silver Ware, Pianos, MeloJeons and Sbeel M Al'lkind. of Clocks tnd Watchei repaired and warranted for one year. SpecturleN o al,y TS 4,r ""1 new glares inserted in old frames. l.rwisl.arz, June 4, 1857. NEW GOODS ! THE Place to bit? b'oods, cheap! JL idimxgs & win-zni Bog leave tu announce to the public that iliy have opened a lart;e and complete Mi-ck of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, embracing every variety of Ladies' and Uent s Summer wear such as Cloths, Cassiroeres, I.inen Goods, Vesting. Ginshainij Calicoes, iik R,n- Uera?e Delaine. Shallevs, 1 !.. Mucins, a laree assortment of EM- BKD1DEK1E8 of all kinds, l!,nn t, Jiis, anil Cops, also a large assortment of CARPET8, SALT, I'llSil, 4c wmjl on kud. Farmers and Housekeepers .rv ri..-tr.,lly lnit-d to ni?.lr jri"?V I"""" . .-V ill fl.id a, I "lX Iff. nnnramt cm,, mnq w. b-li. irwill befonmluf tl.,.r, Ut,.n l(.ror tU..liiJitj) ., cli.p M II..-J ran iwoD.bljr l oOu-o.1 at oy oilier l.iro iM tha 't Ilraurta. . We iMetrully iuiitr our ot.I co.tnnirl to Mil '! ..or .to. k. ...J re urr w. cu iit T""' 1-i.lnrs. April. tS5T A AUON K.WBT7.BI- c;ootluiun & Cbamberllu UAVE received their regular supply of SPBIKS AND SOMMES GOODS, wlm h theyrffer to the trade at the lowest pos sible prices. The stock includes every article ustiallv found in their line DRY f!0()D-l. GROCERIES, QCEKXS WARE, HARDWARE, SALT, FISH, Ac. Ac. .They invite attention to their assortment, and will endeavor lo satisfy customers, in quality and price. hewisburg, April S3 ACKEREL in whole, half, qtiartrr and eighth bbls, Shad. Herring ar.dt"oltish lr..lrhT HwlmmD ChnniVrlin. SCO nip ana .noiasscs- uum-c, a 1 t.-.Vw.rlin I LACK Tea, a superior amcle,also, Voung X Hyson and imperial green teas, oy fioouman A i.'haoihrrlin. BKAS.-J and porcelain Kettles, Slew pans. Shovels. Spades, Forks, Hoes, Rakes, is-, in. ik! Snraths by O.olman ChalWrlin c EDAR Chums, Tubs, Pails, Water Cans, Washboards, 4.C-, by fluoitman A Cb.mb.rtin. 0 tLO THS, Cassimeres and Veslings, Hats, Caps, Ac, a nne assortment at fjc-lman A Chamt rlfn. LOOK THIS WAV I NOTICE! NOTICE:! KOTlCE'.ll HAVING just returned from the City with an unusally large Stock and well selected, and am now prepared lo sell goods lower than can be bought elsewhere oa this side of Philadelphia. Hardware I Hardware ! ! Hardware ! ! ! Sails Sails Locks, Latches, Hinges. Screws, Class Putty, Paints, Oil in fact, V . T. Jftal in --. j' -.----..--.. T self a first-rate house or barn twenty per cent, lower than ever before. 7Ai Kay! Thit troy .' .' CARPENTERS, here yon can get the cele brated Greenfield Planes, Spear A Jackson's hand, tenon and rip Saws, Butcher's, Beatty's and Brady's Chisels and Plane Irons, patent and common Braces, Brace Bins, Augers, Squares, tillages, Iron Screws, Compass Saws, Hamond's Hammers, Ac. Blacksmiths'Iron-KO.Y IROX-AI.1. KINDS Bar, Scollop, Tyre. Oval. Ronnd and Square Cast Steel, Spring and English Sieel, Vises, Anvils. Bellows, Screw Plates, etc. HOUSEKEEPERS! Table Knives and Forks, Carvers, Spoons, Kettles, Lamps. Can- dlt-tli-k.. CUV. Milln, Oilcloth". Mat". Faoa, Bowl. Ac. j;,l I'AI'KK Vm will Sua all the aho itb crrat maur mora at tha UAEi, i lani stori nf b J.l-l.l-ll M rADbKN. In thcotdCtanui Stand, LKHISIU KO. Fs. Tim way i tuts M.tr; LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES! TTi'RSH & VORSE havin? Teceived I I their II rut floods for would invite the at'tntion of both Town and Country lo their carefully selected stock of Dry Goods. Groceries, &c. &c. t.f the latest atvles and best qualities, adapted to Ihe season and to the wants of the comniu nity and of the limes. r?'Call and see for yourselves and be convinced lhat their Store is the place for Bargains! They take much pleasure in show ing their goods, but more in pleasing their customers by giving good trade. Lewisbnrg, April, 1857 THE BEE-HIVE! 'PIIE "old Mammoth" ahead ! Not-. JL withstanding the cold winter and ihe late spring, J.& J.WALLS have received and are now opening an nnns ually large and well selected stock of SPRING & SU MM Kit GOOPj?, consisting panlv of Cloths of every grade, plain, black and fancy Cassimeres. a beautiful varn-ty of Vnttinira. Italian Ctotba, Ji-aua. TwaeUs aoj SuoiuiL-r .ar, aio Ladles' Drcwi Goods, ,nrh a. Sil., Tiioni". IVIainis lr(. Print". White 0,.o...i;,nrJiniT,. Kmhriyrtra. I'.ihhuaa. llnaiery.llb.Trs, bharhnl and brown Mu.lins, lrinb Linen Sbaala, aud STRAW fiOODS of errry Tarh-ty and Mjle alo Hue rtlrction of Hardware, Qceesswarb, Cedar and Willow ware, J'.ltOOMS, Ac. Ac. uitc-d to all the wanU of tha paopla a ruparb lot of , .ii nf wiiifh th- ffr to tli-.r ru-Afirr ut iiniiniiitllf low pntnu Grain t..l otli-wMintry Frr-ln-s ; , exchauit .r Qoodj t M.-WIIII1I, atJUl, l.TWa. ''iylNFIELD FACTORY I Sear Ilarllclon, Vnion Co., To. THE subscriber, thankful for past patronnge, would inform his friends and the public in gene- ral, lhat he continues to mnnutac- tnre all kinds of Woolrn .oods, such as 1 l.loins. -assimeres. t we Cloths, Cassimeres. Tweeds, Satlinelts, Jeans, Blankels an Flannels also. Carpet and Stocking Yarns. His machinery being of the j hest kl0(j j nsei td having employed Ihe best ot- workmen. h he feels sate in saying that his work shall not be surpassed by any establishment in the country. A good snp ply of the above goods Kepi constantly uu nana for sale or to eirnange ior wooi. t pncr that can not fail to please. WOOI. will Carded in the best manner and on Ihe shortest notice. Terms for carding, cash on the de- livery of the rolls. M ARK II ALFrENNr. TT iii.iw.i .m, - nnn 5t.k niEAPA cool .ccond Jj hand TOP BGOEV-Inquire of I tf H O. W ALKER, North Sd Sl 4 l EW iCRiiRn P! AWlfJG MILLS. bbii ivwvnw i (at be mem j end ortne ur.3?.i mai'iunu.. mio order nr have on hand ret rrke.l riix.nng,Si1lnt aneiviog . aud all kmus oi urcuieo CarpeBt.r. and Baildera ' -r''r? prepared to tLAE and KK-SAH Boards. Planks. Joists c. Scroll Sawing lo order also Shatters, Blinds, Sash. Window and Door I r,,-... M!,t Rrarket and Mool- d.nits of every description. A superior article of Juint Shingle on hand, and we intend to Iren a vneui 1 supply oi Joists, ain.i-ing, suing-, linz and Plastering Lath Ac. tor outside and inside building purpose eenerally. J. D. D!KFHSDE1:r-R. Pnprf I. L. I.ICUTCN f IIALKR, , ttorf. niA'H WETZIILL. Srrrinttwtit J E, W. COMEOXi;COMKALL TO THE CHEAP DRYVOUUS STOKE. . West Milton wiih all vour might., v " T, a r...i r,..ht J. U. DATEMMAN, he is (he man, again. Where you rc sure lo be suited, and then come When more you want in the same line. His rule is. nun's the lime To " settle" ihat's why he's so cheap, ' Cash" is his motto, and he can't be beat. J. IS. Outesruan, w .y.'on. Has received his second lot of Spring and Summer Good from New York and Phila delphia, consisting of CLOTHS of every grade, plain, black and fancy CAMMERES, also a heautifnl variety of Ready Made CLO THING of all description. Also, Ladies' Dress Goods, such as .Siller, lixrum, ut lAtne, ... . r YZT fL- -V T ' ! broiilerirt, KtUxmt, Iliaieri, Gkm: Vc. 8iraw ' . 1 . , r 1 ... i '...I I . wnr A f uin'iir. i.diu.ai i .v. i.. v a. .. - - All kinds Produce taken in exchange for Got ds. tasb paid f. r (Jrain. Also, Joint, Sawtd and Lap Shinrls) constantly on hand. J. B. DATE3MAN. June 18, 1857 MKU1CAL UKF011M. MII.DERSHAM, M.D., PrartisInR Physician and Surgeon, will also pay particular attention to Chronic diseases, such as Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia, Bronchitis, Throat Disease. Consumption when not to far advanced. Asthma, Piles, Rheumatism. Scrofula, While Swi liing.Dropsy.Sick Head ache, St. Vitus' Dance, Fits, Sore Eyes, Can cers. Tumors, Ulcers, Eruptions. Ac, also Female complaints, as Prolapsus l.'teri, (fall ing of the womb.) and all other complaints of the sex of every name and form. Most of the ahnv. lour ptar.itinft Jia.. are rBrshlr, anil Doo. nor. mo than thre t.f fc-tnah-.. IWIior .in&.h-nt that Dmriy ll.fth latt.r ran pooiliTelj I rtin-l. ilvinc rur..l Of-in nf trn ao 1 SftwD y.in' mamlincttlMiaDotrurat'le ran I reiiT-l. atHl i-ai. KeB.raiiy tt.o "a ll.e lih rral o-rm. -It not cunsl or r.-hrvMl, ma euinnaUun u Jrman.M." Ir. liKKSIIAMeradiiatwl at th FrI-tV MMIral Cot. iv ofc'inrinBst'. ha.tni; ftr.t irtnii.il tt. old or Alt .athie .v.t.m in Fhiiaii.iihia. aft-rw.r.11. th. R.f..rrot ; or Krkrtir nyiityin of mi-lir:.t.on. Thi. .ystm u. all tli. medicine, of tb. rcalar or Att"i athie ,T.t.m,ee.pt f i.iaH-1, An.ni.. Antimony, an.l Rllinir, f.af.r ao.l b-ttrr ap-at haiine h flisivrl :) hut it alo em hrarw. th many v.lu.hlr ni-.li.-inr. of th. Butanir -hool not known to any oth.r .r.f.m : al th. impm.pm.nU of tha Mrdi-opat!.Na. Homnitiathir and Thomwrian . tarn. Thia fs-rtainlr i. aa aga of prvgxvas, and tba Naw Srhnol Bimi with th. air. .B. Offlcin N TIIIht'SL ... LCWLSBl'RO. V-!feV& mile rPIIE subcribers oflcr for sale, at the JL Lewisburg Foundry, in large or small quantities, 100,1100 feet dry Hemlock Joists. Scantling, and Plank, at $9 per thousand. SO.OOO Shingles, at $6.50 per thousand. 5.000 feet small Buildin; Timber. Also a lot of Pine and Hemlock BOARDS, Rails and Fence Boards, on accommodating lerms. GEDDES. MARSH A. CO. ' Lewisbnt-g, May 15, 167 HO U BUILDERS, appointed Agents (or the sale of Doors, BUndsi k Window Sash of all sizes, made of the best material. All work warranted. rPMade by L.B-SPROCT, Htighesville, Pa. and for sale by 67s CHRIST & CALDWELL. Lewisb'g New PHOTOGRAPHIC ART Gallery AMMOMT BLOCK, Uteiaburg. AMBROTTPES MELAINOTYPES !? E. L. 9IOWRV, Artist. 4 MBROTVPES and Melainntypex made j in the most beautiful style, of the art. The Melainotype is a new process, taken on a prepared Sheet Iron Plate, and for bril liancy and vigor of tone is unsurpassed by any other known process. Step into the Gallery, examine specimens, and judge for ycnrselves. Prices to suit the times Satisfaction guar, anteed. Room in Amnions' Block, second storey, entrance on Market street. April 17 Rich and Rare TS the large and choice assortment of new X Spring and Summer Goods now arriving at the well known Corner Store BEAVER, KREEIER ft M'CLURE. Call and see ! Lewisburg, April 17 JUST OPENING. rplHE subscribers are now receiving a large I and well selected stock of Spring & Summer Goods, embracing everything usually called for in a Town Store also a large assortment of Wall 1'aper which are offered cheaper lhan ever for cash or country Produce. U Look in at Ihe 'Xchange Store of BROWN & RITTER. Lewisburg, April 17, IS57 CLOTHING ! THiils not ttit w.rp Wfaind thff tima, Or if t.-ii jnt rt-td them Hnc; Vc V ( Ua illMi tlir lactt tht b b Knood, A. I w:trrutrd wvll niiil(s rUfttp, mud auuntil n.WING coodnded to continnc bninns in IjtwifclrUrsr, the swbscribers have iiTfrnr l.iiil in a fine ami lanre asMrtment of llpi-Iv Ma.le Cljiluno Bh (.ichfs Furnish- " r,-'t1,'',l'Cr:i't-i-d .r.icrin UrdvMo ihvamch ot K-a.l Ma.ie Ruining bui uuii s rurnisn- rnU, strand th rtwttuwl rid. hpota,aft ing Ouods, which we tnten.l to sell j 2 emv. rniM. nmi $ mrh. CUE? TH EVIRI ! "- -'nt.'ruconfl.allfcirjbjlaJLDg .lw-arc Our Slock coniMts of fine black, blue anrl ; . H lirrf;. 6-r th ai-arof palh-als taaarry brown rloih Fr.wk and Pres Coots.rasimrr I 1 i-arh pt. Coats of all dtscripuon.s Pants and Vest of' --nn thtnlr t( 4 T.' 4ti call, and we will iry to suit you. Clothing made tnorler with neatneas and despatch- J. 410I.PSMITH & BRO S. Lewisburg, April, lf7 New Arrangements New Goods! TOSEPII L. IIAWN bavin.; taken Ihe .1 well known SPYKER HAT STORE, has re6tted It, and filled in an extensive variety of Dais, Cap, Gentlemen' Clothiorf, th. Also a large and splendid stock of CLOTHS CASSIMERES, Ac, which he will mike up lo order, as he still continues the Tailoring Busi ness. He is prepared to execute all work entrusted lo his care.to the sausfactiun of the customer. N. B. Cottine and Repair nff.jrj flone to order. Lewisburg, April 10. IS57 Dr. L Brngser Dr. J. P. Harvey H .MYOPATHIC Physicians, south tide Market St. bwni 4ih St Bh lj99 IMWRBCKO.rj CjIIVS Shirt Collars, Tucket and iNck Hdkfr. i r I ,ilc suDscnPer urn Hwared mmscil la Tr, Crnrt W, ('ntf,nhst At. I 1 l? waJjr to teach Insuotnea. at the loweM City price. CsTAII in want .r, -Muic. !lVbht,-","- ..,u:. ; iir. -. 1 nuu- t. r-u-. . enn, Guitar, udin, liuhncello. Flute, and (t , K conseqaenceel the terrr$tnI r:7l' I i, ,7. fewer Mat.el i.rr. WU- 1 - .,,. ,.A ,.. .,.ih C!u Eafrw W , U-A1... ..u M.,i.oih Swr- h. ,, ,., --,... we ar P-?i lo sell CHEAPER THAN EYES, , ,857 ' 1 ! .. T Iff r fiAWCK J. II. C. AA-Hba, TJOKXEY at LaW, iMiffllfllurg, r t7nion Copa. IVAI1 Drpfewional Im ei mr eatrusted to his cart, will t nacMall and faithfully atteaded to. June I, '56 1 1 REHOVAL. EW and Masniticent Stwk of. it coarKCTio.Eiit: i EICMJJ e n Ai..x.n nave eicr.nu- t !. i,rsrAm 'firmv rtunil tiV " """ 1 ". , "f I. ' Menscn, on keep on hand for sale the very best itioneries. Toys, f rait. Notions, hm. of Coufect Cttf and ike ! Lcwitbarg, April . la John & Linn, - ATTORXEl AT I..W-in rrick' Hi. c, North 3d St. near Market. fi78 t.ewlaburn, Pa. DR. KELLIKG S C ancer Inttllllllf , for the Treatment ot Cancers. Tumors, Wens, l lcers. Scrofula, or any Growth or Sore. Chronic lieises gene rally c be cored ('I curab) wtihont sorrtcai operation or poison. For all particulars write. Or Mate d.easei p.a.n.y. and enclose lor advice; Letters must have a postage stamp enclosed tn pay answer. Merlieinf sent an distance. Address C L KELLING. M D. Mechanicsborg. Cnmberland Co, Pa- M-baoi.-..lure S miloa Iroai llarrbibnrf ,aai ttC.V. Itailr,.l.an.l a. r.ibla fnim all part of th. I'ato. W4 ami y.-una. putir ai rich. a,ma ail wo will 4a yoai ..-1. A'-To tL .mi arUirtMl who ran n.4 full M paraa aally. I a i' I m-iuI. .r Bail, nw rrrwif of S only, a 4pw to ar.y.r MMl.UM.with lull I iractiuaa for um, Aaw feat alt partii-u!ar Aura a. abofa fimtTu LEWIS PALMER, A KCIIITECT and BUILDER, 1 LEW1SBVKQ, PA. Lr"Otrice in the University Building 6SJJ WSw Fruit and Ornamental Troet, - Sm'US22.7 The subscriber has just received a splendid collection of Fruit and Ornamental TREES, from the celebrated Nurseries of EUwemgtr St Hurry. Rochester, . Y. embracing the verf best varieties of A pples.Pears.Peaehes. Plums, Ch-rries. Apricots, Nectarines, lira pes,cxjM berries, Kaspbernes, Currants, Sirawberrias. ALSO Lare Horse Chestnut. Euronean Mountain .,1. A Af . ,.,. a,,.,, M..l !or street p, anting. Ever-blooming Hose, and a splebdid collection of Bulbous and other Flowering Plants. i I" Nursery Ground on the farm of Ja's F. Linn Esq. on the Turnpike, within half mile of Lewisbnrg. All orders adrlreaaed k HENRY R NOLI.,At for J..MERRILL LINJf. will receive strict attention. Ttrmu mvariaUf VASll. Lewisburg, Aprl 9, 1857 LEWISBURG BAXERT. THE subscriber has rented for a term years the commodious rooms first below Kline's Hotel, where he carries on Baking llrrad. Cake, Tarts, &c and hopes lo b able lo render entire satisfaction and rcceira a liberal snpport. He also rftrs . C'OXFECTIONERIES, of every kind and qnality. oi H'fcJtaoJr mmd kelml. ICE CREAM for the public anil for parties, in large or small quantities. Cash poidJor Butter and Eeem C?Nuis, Toys, Spices, dec. always on hand. Orders at home or abroad promptlr attend ed lo. SAMUEL HOFFMAN. Lewisburg. Jan. 7, 1X57 A MEDICAL REtOLlTlOJat TU, voaLft ESAAIXOCS I rue vkeat coixtxk ikkitastu Tb linii of JtMiM ftm Bittlirs iU wmj tf tha tfttate fiftl oripti-i thruucb the porrof tb kia. Thi ptMtr tintt OintinBt, BHritinc i4rr th tad wUi TbW4 hi, i tirtf4-d tlarnttch tbt saisr thnilf, -MLtMrb-InirtrM pnl of inrl&xuroatton. pr-cirtl ul taTaftshly ruMue it, ht:tbr lcto-i In tbr -ulaT, tb Ur,tb IsnfT. or oRjT other importjiat onrB. II pMtrtfi th furtacr tn tl intrrior, through th coinit tuba tha t-otnmiir.rrate' with tri ki i utiaiBier nua yMi iito tha frrrc4 earth, diQiuiiig iucwlud nfenXat 11 irtict'. .SA.V DTSf:.4SF.t AXt GT.AXPn.Alt SWKZT.TXGX K'cr 4t- of rstrrtnr irritatioa in qvirklj Tda4 hr th.- nti-iii3onttr arttoo of thio tintatit. Attr t'rt Ktrmo-ts fvh a $lt Kin m. Kbtmpsl. Tbttmi Hiwo1m, Sk U IU.l. Nmtat Utau, I tiuf tor lrta Afdw-oat. t4 rvturn ti non, umlrr Ita pplrcatKL. Iloxtti.l fipenme3 in all prtpof tha wrM rowa Ita ititall.bility in tli-Mi-rs of tlir kiB, UiCBin-cl, Ihr Joist WEItS. SOKES. AM TTMOKS. Th effrrt rf this unmalnl r.tt-rnal narrly apott Scrofula, and otbr viruU-at ikrn ate atvlva, la aJttaat minw uloua. It Jirt Ois bmnr tb po-oa which ynr4n- rf t ranprtumtfB and provd fllMh. and thu tha ert aht b tu faralinic ptfmrtiM afterward eovpkto ara palh a wt l a pa-raurwBt. nor y os. itirnsrx Itrnxx axdstalpx. la ca. of tha fractnr of iba boa, ituarw emm hy r-Vam expU Brfici, Rr.s, . aim, Krtchav tsai. ifTirr?iKM or th Joit. and contractioa of th aia ews. it i rttpiovrJ and aranuly rrt-tmiBH-adrd by tlia far nHj. Tbi marVploni rtr.t-.T hw bn iBtmdwwil b tu fnvt-Btr.r ia p-nn into all the Wadinc Htwpitfti of riip", and no rrial novv-fhoM should W wit bout tt r.XPXXIAKLK Tksnvoxr. Th. Vt-Iiral Staff of the tt rcneb and Knl-h Arnilw In thr Crirn--n hurt offlrinlly -ne thrir approval rf Hi Inwav'a itntmrnt. and lh moot n-linWa drrtMng thr brp rn-, -.Ulf. ii mi k-un h-t wound. It taftiao Wad by thunroti rf tlia Atltrd NaH. Both the Ointment aud Fill ohM be d im the folJovring rattM Bnnions 31f rmnai lrui.uina FwHIrd A1ante I.Brnn TilaM Porw La ChHO.-trt) Tfafld fthw1Biltim f-nrrj BrwmMtt i'liiil'laina Xteworna fVi Hcnda Kiftuia Fnlt Rhrttsi ?ora Thmaft flout rVr-l'ii tsnaafaU Uate l.tinihnpo Skin Maaawa iraina Stiff Joint- Tt-tt-r Vicar nrtat 6n5 Is'rfundi of alt kin-la . 'd at th Mann far iLrrirn .if Pmfrtanr FKiiwrr vldn i,n-. Nrw York, and -u stmnai. Vocal and Instrnmeatal llasic. all ftra Instrnments. He wilt also teach Vnea! Mnsie. Having been taught in the bel School, in Germany, he deems himself oualibed lo rea der satisfaction. He will atso tune Pianos, and pnt ihem ia repair if desired. Residence for the present at Herr's Hotel. Jan. 19, 1S57. Pa- P. HELD. William Jonei, ATTORN Law. Tnllectinns promplUft'etded to. flfRre on Sooth Second Si, reeV 'ly by H C Hirkok. Eo. 690 i.H.St,Af,'.r.l. WANTED ! 110 RTY II out Ilnlldtprsnnorarpf-n. ' f rrn, to work in ihe Boat Yard at Lew isburg. Good wages and e. nMant employ menl will b given. Nov. 14, 'M. FRK'K, M.IFER A CO. Fnafait.-a Ka.1 waifc. vi ..a, ..-.. c0flaa.w. Ii-4a al tbia Oia. fSari-.A H0LL0WAFS OmTHIHsT. - ujau. , grave t "