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LEWISBUBG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER KOV. 20. 1858.
j IN n i m II Jit H If f i l?:)f l V w f r f,i: Cnuiolutrg CJjroniflf. ltH.ir: .,a,.--TI.. I. w.-ni . CM-trw-M. tuMi,wi n the-..-, omrni, ih iar.,--i uj !. Ireul iu..n nf an. .apeT (u t. Diutl Count.. . .... ' . FroeilKn. natiillia! ; SlaVCT, SfCtiOHal ! 1 C&TLatc I'urcigu News, notice a further abolition of Slavery by one of the Eu ropean piwcrs. What will Doug'as and the " Dem jciasy of Illinois" do about it' ter'-Congrcj will meet a week from next Monday. Thoso wbowib to receive daily a verbatim rcp rt of its pridccdiocs, without any party colorinc, are invited to read tlio rrospecttis on our brut page. It cm be relied upon as strictly accurate. " 77il! Riuner IHtlrul." Tim I ,r Win, of their Ha.mer Conereion. ai District in the Ep'ian end of Illinois. On our first page will be fouud the figures showing that their c'.uiia is correct, and proving that t'ueir ni ijori'y is founded up on tho Mnoiiance of the puhlio. Truly jour " ISauncr" is uo credit to yeurcauac. "We obtervo tho Slavcocracy, and rnua if their Northern j ckal.. are howl iu;, and li!:o Rachel " refusing to be coni- lorted, on account ot one t c-eward s : tpecchea in New York before the late election. Tho sore point was Siavery.and j judging from the number it has Killed and j wounded, we j tdga it was a powerful ud, ! well charged, and correctly aimed. Shall j try to get hold of it, read it, and report ! its couieuts. , j wr Notwithftandire tbe loss of Eu-1 chanan, mast of tbe Northern Statc9,scores ; of Congressmen, and a thousand lesser ' officers, our .lrns neighbor is comforted j by the asutance that some poor starving : riuter, out iu Oican, 'Yoik State, has , turned Loco Foco ! ' Small favors thank-1 fully received." It may be true, but m n3 ! of the Republicans up thtrc have missed him, and " ihc returns" are all riLt, in ' his county. 5oae Tr mg-) -m i'. j ries bef.re the close of la. '.Var of Inde- j pn;.uc., : ucYeitbclc.", th. He solution j went riKt on, ' just as though nothing ! Lad I-.; pete Two Men Duownep. Two men were drowucd near L'ndeu, ca Sunday night, while endeavoring to cro.-s the river. 1 here were ttiree toge'uer, ono ot wunm scaped by Lolling fast to tho b.'at, after it capiz?d. They were laborc.a on !5en- . s f a innlinn e.t ilia Qnftlnirif X- 1-rin railroad, but we were ..ot able to k.arQ j their names. Goo was s'tirfcl to t named Welsh, and formerly a resident of Pullivao caunty. The bodies were re covered on Monday mortiini:, and interred yesterday. WMiamtporl O'jzrlle. A Model Offical Tho people nf j heavy ftr him, and ho was found th next AVashiuglon Territory complain that 12. C. j morning at tho bottom. I-Uvhugtt, wti:iui Mi. i)ul;itnii.iu I-. j ino ) asUingron cmon rcaua riaj uonn them as a J udgc, has murd. i ed a peaceful gcliWilrtz out of tllC jjarty because he beat c't:z:n, cots armed with picto:.", to in.li nr.- .. ,,. . ... - n-i - . '. k , .ai' fltbeNew Minister t'i Austria. Ihe idea rla!o tjo people, arid iceps a harem of, Indian girls. There Las cvidet.ily been j "f reading a man out who goes to Congress a mistake, end Judge Fttziiugh, was in- backed by a majority of the old Herks De tended for Kaueas, to assi?t Leccmpton ! mocracy is a subject worthy the caricature and Cato. j of Putch. . . ". r" , i. ' r .7 v ! The fact that Angoulcme pears have It is singular bow much of the Hew , . ,. Koland Mod is among the Congressmen i M lu Lo ""tC market this year, at tlect from Pentisylvauia. SteVeus is a i.a SO 00 per dozen, may awaken tho farmers live of Vermont ; Grow and Srrauton were ; to a proper notiou of tbo great profits to born in Connecticut, and Diumiick, Hale, j Lc ,lcrivcd from tbo cultivation of this Rabbit, Hall, and we know not bow many frujt. ivtbers, are sons or grandsons ct good old , Yaiikoeland. fjudie Strocjj.of old Uerk.'. is a Massachusetts man ) There being for the first time a Repub lican majority in the lower Lou?e of the Territorial Legislature t-f Nebraska, a bill l.as been introduced to prohibit s'avehnld i:;g in said Tcnitory after Jau. 1, 185D. We trust with tbe New York Tribune, that it may pass, though tbe Dred Scott deci sion has probably deprived it of any other tban a moral efficacy. Flave Code for the Territories. The Washington t'lu'on cites witb appro bation an article from tbo Richmond En qttirer, which, in view of Judge Douglas' assertion of iLc right of Territorial Leg islatures to exclude Slavery, takes the ground that Congress must interfere to protect the institution and ruy the legis lation withheld by tbe derelict Territory. Wam Work. Applicants for situa tions iu tho Harrisburg Cotton Mill are very numercns,acd the Company will havo no diflicalty in resuming operations with a full supply of bands. The Mill wiil give employment to about three hundred persons during iho winter. To purify the River Thames, about 250 tons of lime arc every day thrown into it rear the London sewers, at an expense of J7.r 00 per week. Men lnve also been en gaged during the period nf low water, io covciiog both banks witb lime. The new filibustering expedition of "ihe iittle giay-eycd man of destiny" 9.ctinit I ft I, ttimi, if III 0HP 1TAI. tils oVserigWillun. Walker, was stopped by the United states authorities, on Saturday tho day fixed for failing. Gov. Packer tendered the vacancy in the Supreme Court to Mr. Read, and it was deolioed on tbe grouud that he willed a short time to Fct'le bis bisinees prior to entering upon his djties in December. Tbe best way to stop" brutal prize fights," is, not to notice tbem beforehand, or describo tbem afterward, tut to make laws punishing all engaged iu them and 11 who advertize them. Messfr. Butt k Bower, publishers of th i lmlrprn ?, ni 1 Vrs, havo cbauged the B ime to H'iVi'uaunjor( I'rttt. A sensible barge. At tbe Nov. Term of Lnzerne Court, there were 655 entries on tbe continu ance docket, "10 judgments, and 5G1 ex ecutions issued. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, is noroi Dated fur President by some of tbe Oppo sition iu the west. Secretary Cobb is said to bo agaiost buy augmentation of the Tariff, but will Lave to yield or i'i.t bis pt. that so? We dio'ut know that liuck ' was each a swearing man as j it seeint he is. lid " cusses Llonglas j from morning till night. Tbe New York ... . t-ccniny l utf t aabiugtoo correspondent ! sajs: j " We had a semi-official intimation of i the President's tcmner at least a week ago, j jn a remark ascribed to one of his eouQ - denial agents, who said, I thought I . . . . 'i, COUId SWear SOIllC. DUl Wncn lIU DUCK i i . i . . !. . ... ' on be leaves mo out ol Slgiu. i ---- - . . J.IttD CCOTT JJEAD. ints cciouraiea rcrsouoge died in St. Louis, on Friday, .ft.,.. r.f ,r.iin nri-,l ' .. rrA r... .,. ;, .:. . i,;, !.,), '' bavins been manumitted by bis owucr, i the lion. Jlr. Chaffee, not loug after tho I decision rendered in his case before the U. I S. Supreme Court. I Dr. Chaffee is a Con - M..-hn..tia m..l tho le. ! l title to Pred b.vioE been vested in tbe ' CheVhe ron" by tbem, and thought himself a very dis- tinguished personage, " whose name was in ail the papers. J It is gratifying to observe that tbo in fluence cf Iquor in Elections is becomiog lcs., year by year. Tavern keepers gen erally make poorer raus than in olden time. Iu New York, the L'quor League Association openly advertized themselves in markltjbut no ouo offcrcd , -j. Tuey j.j.j thcy could coramanj 80 maDy thousauJ 0,ej ia toc ci!y, No Li J( ig kn()wn . but at ,ast ,hcy annouuceil ,beniscIves (gratnitously it is thought) in fvor of Jujgc p.,. the Loco candidate for G,)vcrnori wLo i4 dtcd. A company of i!0 gypsies, of all ages and sizes, have been encamped, for tbe past week, at the foot of blue Hill over ; (be rirtr, about two miles from Danville, j They have seven good wagms, II or 15 j good horses, ana a donkey along with tbem. In the day time they are prowling about tbe neighboring farm houses, and iu town, tbo women begging and telling fortunes aud the men barfcring and tra diug horses, watches, Sia. They are from lincland. The Uuicis m jority against Buchanan in New Jersey ia 8,U8. Add to this Jonca' separate American vote in Camdcu 1 &e. and tho majority is 12,000 ! The Legislature is Opposition, and will oust Wright, the traitor Lccomptonitc. Lots of Locos, Editors, and even Post Masters, who abused Douglas with all tbe-if might uutil Election, are now tack- ! ing about to come into his support, leaving '"OP"" U President to boo bis own row as best he can. At Lysandcr, Ouondago county, New Yoik, on Sunday, John C. Forbes tied a I jug of whiskey about his ncck,aod attempt j ed to swim the river. The jug proved too JuJ jorjatl 0f Sunbury, recommend cd the Grand Jury of Northumberland county to favor a new Court House build ing, which they did ; but tho Sunbury Gazette docs not second tho motion, at present. In FairtuouDt, Virginia, last week, a white mau earned John Barns received fif teen lashes on the baro back for stealing. At Richmond, two "fellows" wero ordered S9 each fur using "impudent language." Prof. Hart has resigned tbo post of Principal of the Philadelphia High School, which be had filled for sixteen years. He is to be the editor of the publications of the Suuday School Uuiou. Tbe alterations in the wall which sur round Christ Church burying ground have been completed, and Franklin's tombstone can now be seen through the railed open ing. Over forty thousand djllars have recent ly been subscribed in Brooklyn to build a new church, which is to be Urge enough to bold 6,000 persons, for Henry Ward Beecbcr. Tbe Board of Directors of tbe ITarris. burg Cotton Factory Company, bave re solved to start their mill on tbe 28th of December. It bss been closed for a year or more. Somebody thinks that because a woman sent the first word over tbe Ocean Tele- BP ' be u!king 1! th tim0' It appears, however, to be quite reserved. It is said a lady in New York passed a firo thousand dollar counterfeit bill up on a clctk at Stewart's. Do they issue bills of that denomination, io 'York ? Some of tbe farmers around Milton warn all persons against bunting or in any manner trespassing on their grounds. Right spire tbe birds! An eminent and much respected colored Presbyterian minister. Rev. Samuel . Cornish, died in New York city, last week, aged Go years. Tbe Republicans will probably be the strongest party in tbe Congress of 1859 18C0, but no party will bave an absolute niojority. Tbe friend of Maj. Swartt of Reading distributed some large fat bullocks among tbe poor of the city, as their way of cele brating hit election. Tbe trial of Alibone and Ntwball of the late Pennsylvania Batik, baa beta post poned font MgAN LfUslNICteS. A feW CVCQlDgS ag", a neighbor of ours scot tier sou to u stun to Secouel street fur a eutiple pouuda of I Kill!.. 1 1 a wua i-Ii ..,..! ui, Mnrtiitint i ;.. :. ,. . ,. . , , 'rico iur it, miuuugu uui unur i-uio ujc. I After Ibo lad n turcei home, ud tie j . ... . mother became acquainted witb the quah- ty of tbe article, be was ordered to return ; ' The loy did so, but. tbo merchant re- j fusing to take the butter back, be dashed : it on tbe fliir, and struck a " boe-lmc" i . o. i i -...i i : t . t c i , i. . .. 1 .1 twnaiua hvuic uiuuin- n.ia fuvtM&cwu 1 . . I'll i t , vau-age or cuuurcn, id . aoove mauncr, f derv In ntnnii nphinil f lieir niin!i-r ann SIJ,0 fur customers. UirruO j Tilejraph. j .,,,,,. 'he Icdford Sprinjs correspondent of: the Hahiui ire Hun says that while tho ! Vres'Jcot wa at ,uc former place, tbo la- v,u- rrai ul "u cl,ani" oU iiliug,. Dashing through ! tuwn at -fkg Pcc, the horses flaked lokm, the lady glowing with excite I I'Uenl known to every- j body serious alarm sd the public miud 's.-mc aspiring d.t.ie bad caught up tue Chief Masistratu of tho Lulled Stales, and was eloping witb him. In good time, however, Mr.i S. matured tbe IVcsidcnt to bis nious friends. Dr.itinJolph lias oponly recanted spiiij rappingisiu. In a lcctiiro at Utira, be stated as bis candid opiuion, founded unon an experience of nino years ana " medium'' that spiritualism was one third imposture, ono third insanity, and ouc-third diabo lism. Dr. II. declare sj hat insanity is the usual fate of trance mediuu.s. 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Wo have rwentty pnhlistn-d feseral new and ssleahle nooka, including th. I'ubic atid Vir.Tc .iTcof ihiji.Vu- j polrmi ; with llio.raphi-al Notia of hia most IM-tin- .umiiiMi Minuirrn, iamiuani carot-ii-'a. ana in. inma utoey. heinir a complete History i'f India and Ihe I'rttfnt Htir; -T7i. Atlfftt airtt the Viaon," a taleof I Yiril linir int.reft, by T. S. Arthur; l.iffnf Pr. K K. A'dae, and tho Oiatinc;iiihed American Explorers, Ac. &c These, witb oar former Kxtenaiv. Catalexue of Pnpiilar riooks, circa na Ih. best nnd most rateable list of PuMiea-tlon- ct oAVreil to Agents and rnnTasser., to whom wcolTer th. moil Iibcrat icrml. Send fir our list, whirh ia sent free to any part nf tho United States. 2mTSl I'ulon County Court Proclamation WHEREAS, ihe Hon. AB'M S.WILSON, 'resident Judge for the Soth Judicial District cf Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Union, Mifflin and Snyder, and I'm lip Kuhl and JxnWSiatoaTOw tvsqs.. Asso ciate Judges in Union county, have issued their precept, bearing date the 18th day of Sept. 1853, and to me directed, for the holding of an Orphans' Court, Conrt of Common Pleas, Oyer ami Terminer, and General Quarter Sessions, at LEWISBKRG, for ihe county of UNION, ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF DECK (being the 13-h day) 1858, and to continue one week. Notice is therefore hereby Riven -to the Cor oner, Justices ofthe Peace and Constables in and for the county of Union, to appear in their own proper persons with their records, inqui sitions, examinations and other remembrances to do those things which of their offices and in their behalf appertain to be done ; and all Wit nesses and other persons prosecuting in behalf of the Commonwealth against any person or persons, are required la be then and there attending, aud nut depart without leave at their peril. Jurors are requested to be punctual in their attendance at the appointed time agreea ble lo notice. tiiven under my hand and seal at the Pher ifl's Office :n Lewisburg, the ltih day of No vember, in ihe year of our Lord one thousand ight huudred and fifly-eighl, and ihe eighty first year of the Independence of the United Slates of America. (rod save Ihe Common wealth! DANIEL D. (;i,I.DIN,8henJ. Notice to Tax Collectors. YOU are herety notified to get your exon erations of County and State Taxes by Ihe December Court, Tbe Collectors of Road, School, and Poor Taxes must make Ihelr re turn iu the Commissioners on or before Ihe first day of January next on the nnseated lands ia their respective townships, as afier that time, according to law they will not be received. Collectors, it is bope'd, will be punciual in settling up their duplicates, as I wish my Slate account settled by the first nf January next, as it ought to be. No longer indulgence will be given after December "tart. H P SHELLER, Treaa'r leowisbarg, Nov 8, leaf Issue List for Dec. Term, 1858. Samuel Orwig v. I. Johnson Sl Co Michael Wagner vs Frederick Bolender A lain Schreck et al vs John Ruland David lle-rbst rs Daniel Kengler David Baerlges rs Alfred Kneass jeter Hummel and Wife rs Daniel Rengler '1 Church & Co vs Solomon Mayer Harriet Jenkins vs Menu Chappel et al Charles liartzel vs State Mut Fire &.C Comp uavin nsner rs Jonathan Uieltenderter j "as" ''r t-hurcn Jos u rorrey I 1 bos Church vs same w ., c , . I uai lull .1 iiu.ri'ii mcisni , jhn Moyrr Worraa0 1 r...i- l..k ' ... . I Keuhen Sienmger vs Alfred Kneass I'rice J I'aiton & Co vs Jacob Meckley jhn Koland vs Stale Mutual Ins Co T Graham. Hutchison et al vs Jac Bridged al John Locke vi Robert Hilanils Jos P Cummings vs t'has R Cronraih Comrs Lrn Co for M'Curley vs Sypher's Ailms Uroithead Ai Roberts vs ltanck & Roland Weiter & Ellis vs John l.ener and VVi:e John ltaland vs Martin D KeeU j Jieorge Jlertz ; v, , Peter Feizer reraridiir"1 rM' al ' S't'a?1 P O Campbell et al vs Teed & Marr Howard Malcom vs James P Kois I.udwig & Uanck vs Kaac Kanck's David S:enmger vs Wm II Marr Charles II Shrinrr vs Wm Rule I. P Albnzht vs Adam Schreck snrv .M Richard? Meickle &c vs Reuben same same Francis Krick vs Alexander Ammous -Daniel Rangier vs John Lapp Margaret Porster vs Alex Cummings S& DWeidensanl fr Shirk vs Church&Forrry Isaac Drown vs John Locke Levi K Shoch, deed's adtnrs vs J Yearger Samuel Meriz vs J P See bo Id and J Seebohl Trustees GerRefch Milllinbg vs A Gulelius L Palmer indorsee of J P Linn vi Levi Sterner same vs 7 others Martin ( RerJ, a minor, Ac vs C Dreiskach James I'ussell vs Jacnb Dunkle Christian Barich vs Daniel Itei.ntr same same John Kessler vs Ueddes, Marsh & Co Phllin Seebold vs Peter Hearpr el al ! Isaac Waller Sec vs Jes Schre yer I rusiees M E eh at .Mirilinbgvs J M Kleckner Kline & Carroll vs Wm Inhoft Abram and John Aurand vs Chas F Schaffle Martin U Reed A c vs John Roland George Meixel vs Leib &. Leib John Mner & wife same John Kling vs Peter Geyer Haac K Dunkle vs Henry Ruhje Daniel Rengler Jr vs Chamberlin & Stout Rev Samuel Gulelius vs 8aml H Orwig Wm Jones, tnd. Jn Locke vs luaac Walter same vs Jn Locke, ind Ahram Wolfe vs Reaver Ged M & Co ... Kertcr K Mtisifr vs rorporatitin University H M Whitmer vs Jacob Klos Simnel H Orwig vs llenrv W Crotzer I. Iteck vs Dennck & Sheekler Charles Hunter vs Saml Shirk Reish Reish vs Peter Reish's Adm'rs GKAXD JURORS Dec. T. 1858 llartlrylic B Smith, Wm, Etlert, Wm Tale, John Belz LewMurgl SSterner.D S Kremer.Ths Reber Miffllnbiirg B W Thompson, J W Sands bujfultie Dav Beaver.Dav Henning.WT Linn Ltmrttnne Wm Foster, tJco Chambers White fleer John Si Clair Exit Huffalue Peter Wolfe. Jacob G Brown Xew Brrttn David H Koush, John Kessler i-'nion Archibald Thomas, Philip Voting Weil Ifujfatte Jn II Klrckner.S W Snodgrass A"t Abraham Shadier TRA VERSE JURORS. Bujahe Ja Ziebach, Andw Hauck, Jas Math ers, Ja Kaufman, SaSimnnion, Wm Sleans L'iion Isaac Ever Jr, Wm Hummel T;eTrj"oTi!rtio-w-cT n-vx-a. i c Hj Btiffaloe Edw Smith, Levi Miller, Aarn Ha'ick, David Kleckner, Daniel Poniius Krlly Laird Howard, John Hummel, John Bennage, Jos Kelly, Isaac Rodermal. Thns Cnmlyjn Datesman,Jn Stahl Jr. Dav Meekly Hartley Ths M'Curdy.Mark Halfpenny, A B Cummings, Wm Fisher, O P Kaiherman Aew llcrlin Christn Breyman, Chas Caw ley, Michael Kleckner, Robert Swineford While Deer Jacob Barnhart, David Steninger Mijtflinliurg John Bilger, James II Young Lewitburg O X Worden,Wm Cameron. Wm Brown. EC Marsh, E Sliler.S ItiiterC D Kline Eut Hnjfutite Saml Zellers, Benj Schrack REGISTER'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby Riven lo all con cerned, that the following named persons have seliled their accounts in the Register's Odice al Lewisburg, Union county, and thai the said accounts will be presented for confir mation and allowance at the Orphans' Court, to be held at LEWISBURG, for the coumv of Union, on the third Friday of DECEMBER next, being the lTih day of said month, viz: 1 The account of J. F. Richart, Executor of ihe last will and tesiamrnl of John I'uher, late of NewColumbia. Union county, deceased. 2 The account of Elias Dreisbach anil George Dreisbach, Executors of the last will and tesiament of Catherine Dr?Lhaeh, late of the borough of Mifllinburg, dee'd. 3 The accouut of George Dreisbach and Thomas Yearick, Administrators ofthe estate of Hrnry Yearick, late ol ihe borough of Mif flinburg, dee'd. 4 The account of Jacob Heinle, Adminis trator of John WoA.'lale of Kelly Tp, dee'd. 5 The account of John Dalesman, Guard ian of .Sarah Jane Daletman,o( White DeerTp. GEORGE MERRILL, Register. Register's Office, Lewisburg, Nov. 17, IMS Frothonotary's Notice. Notice is hereby given to alUpersons inter ested, that the account of John Hauck Trus tee for Susan McClure (late Susan Strackey now dee'd ) appointed by the last will and testament of Frederick Heiser late of Buffaloe township. Union county dee'd., has filed his trustee account on the 10th dav of November 1858, in ihe Prolhonotary's office at Lewis burg, and that the same account will be pre sented tn the t'ourt of Common Pleas of said county, on Friday the 17th day of December next, for confirmation and allowance. SAMUEL ROUSH. Prolh'y. Lewisburg, November 1 1th 1658. Real Estate. ORPHANS' COURT SPtLG. IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Union county, will be exposed lo public sale, upon ihe premises, on SATUR DAY, NOV. i7, 1 .', Twit Town Lot, in the Borough of Mifflin burg, bounded and described as follow; : I si. A Corner Lot, bounded on the north by Mulberry alley, on the east by Catharine street, on the south by Market street, and on Ihe west by Lot No. 44; frcnt on Market street, 60 feet ; depth on Catharine street, 126 feet ; numbered with the No. 42 in the Bor ough plan. 2,1. Lot adjoining the above on which is erected a Dtirlllna; House, 3 storey's high, numbered aa aloresaid with the No. 44, and bounded on the west by Lot of Thom as Cronmiller; front en Market street, 60 feet; depth lo Mulberry alley, 126 feet. Sale lo commence at 1 o'clock P. M. Terms, 20 per et. cash, balance at February Term of Court, I8S9. JOHN B. LINN, Administrator of Fbbbswick Wnxta, dee'd. By order of the Orphans' Conrt. StvciL Racsa, Clerk. 8ept.S5,I858 IE4HEIL Blank Leases for Landlord j and Tenaati.for sale at thaCArmiiif office Tuesday Next, Nov. 30. ! REAL ESTATE AT l'L'liLIC SALI T HE undersigned. Executors of JaNf Si- Movroi,laie of Uutialoe lownsbtn, Cnion county. Pa.,decM. oir..-r al private .ale.all that certain MAiS10. P ARM of said dee'd, situ ate in the township and county aforesaid, aboul 24 niiles east of MwHinLurg. and aboul 7 miles west of Lewibur. tiie puMic road leading fioin MiOlinbnrg to Jenkins' .Mill run ning right through said farm. Said Farm contains about Oie Hundred and Fitly Acres of lirst-rale Limestone Land, allundergood fence, and nearlyall elear.and in a high stale of cultivation, atoul Ten Acres of excellent Meadow land. The Improve ments thereon erected Are, on one part thereof. Ma first-rate large and commodious liRlt'K DWELLING HOUSE, well finished, and a large Hiable, and dirt-rent kinds of; choice Fruit Trees, alo a Well of never-failing Waier near the door; and on the other pan, a good iwo-Morcy Log Duelling H 'ti-e. weather-hoarded and plastered, a good li.Wv BAR.V, Wagon Shed wiih l.'urn Crib anil C;.r- The estate will be sold in one part, or divi ded into twotrats, whichever wav will brtng the largest price. SA M L B. SI.IOTO., BE.NJ .N" CHAMBCRsi. Kx.eulorn. N. B. In case the above described prr per ty is not sold Ty private sale, before the :M):h dav of November next, it will he offered ai public ouicry on that day, at in o'clock A. M. on Ihe premises, where the terms will be n.ade known by SAM L U. SIMOXTCN, BENJ A' CHAMBEHS, nnffaloe, Sept. 20, 1;,S. l-:xecatiTi. jFor Snlr. TITHE residence of Ihe subscriber, on 3 X Market street in Ihe Uoroueh ofl.t 3 Lewisburg. The he-use is of BRICK, well j finished in every respccl. terms une nan to oe paia netteern m.s and Ihe first day of April next; ihe balance lo be paid in two. lliree or five years, as may suit the buyer. Possession eiven anv time. June 9, I85S ISAAC WALTER. for kali:. A GOOD FAlt.M, formerly occupied by J V. M'i'hersun, now by Trutt. niters, cted hy the line of Union and Snyder counties, con tainine 1711 acres, of which aboul I0O are cleared. The public mad from Northumber land lo New Berlin passes ihiuush u about four miles from Northumberland, bin from j Wiufield Iron Works, four or live from Lei ! burg. Title indi-putable. One thud of the purchasing money cash, and the residoe in i equal yearly payments with interest, secure ! by Mortgage and Bi nds-. The windc trai l is fit for cultivation, and includes a fair por tion of meadow ground and limber land. Inquire of John Yonngman, at Wintield Ir on Works, or of HUGH BELLAS, Agt. Sunbury, Sept. 182S. SinIM Fr Sale. The One Half part of a Tract of tine TIMBER LAND, in White Deer Township. Union coun ty, for sale cheap. Apply to CHARLES. rLEASANTS, Sunbury. fJNov. 5, 1858w t A Desirable Eome fcr Salo, , QITUATED near Miitlinburr, and arret ' !CLninenilf4,from Lewisburu, cvJilanewt' i large fine Dwelling House, a coed Uarn.aW . and all the necessaiy outbuildings. Surroun- j ding the house there is a lai ge yard,aiijoinu which is an excellent Garden, and near the house a never-failing Spring of limestone water. There is also a good two-storey TENANT-HOUSE on the premises. The late proprietor having given special attention to Fruit growing, has now a most excellent assortment ol young Fruit Trees, Vines &c. about becoming pretitnble. It is a pleasant home, good location and rieh soil satisfactory reasons will be given for selling. Terms easv. For further particulars applv to ' SAM L II. ORWIG, Lewisburg, i a. or to A. S. KLING, Milllinhnrg, l'a. Jw FOIl SALE. 4 RESIDENCE on North Third street. A- f il being a Half Lot of Ground, will: a comfortable Two-Storey Brick House, Iraine Stable, eood Well of Water, and a variety of choice Friii. Inquire of J. B. M LAUGHLIN, Agent. Lewo-buric. October 13, ls:s. tf FOR SALE. fllHP nricf rhir nlTr f.r ti n I time. 1, i i. i l tii new, modern built, double brick houe, neany opposite me new rresoyienan cnurrn. adjuinin the residence of lr. Hayes, 'ihe house is bu.'It in the best style, rat-proof, and well guarded against fire, A pood Well cf Water, and Cistern of never-failing water. Terms made eav-y, and will be km wn on ap plication to JONATHAN NESU1T. Lewisburg, An. 6, 18.".8. V A T TT A TtT 1? PT?AT rCT K Tr tauuaiJiJjj xtv-ijxjj ijoimxi l'"01i SAIjK. f pHEsubscriberolVersforsale his Residence I . . -. r, ... ' J on the west side ol bouin second Mreet in ine uoroiisrn oi L.ewisnur'r, oeiween larKet andi.I-ouis streets,consi&tincof near a lot and ahallol grounrt.makingalrontot 99ieeton said Second slreet, and nle&glh la7 feet, 6 inches, The improvements are a commod.ons ihree Msiorey BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, of pressed brick, 47 feel front by 36 feet deep well finished with a marble base, marble sills and lintels in front i; , .n..k..l r " ' r" ' "ft ..i.. ... . 83 by 19 feet an Out Kitchen a Well of ex- cellent water, with a Pumn in, under roof a i . t i J . Urtre Cistern also under roof a large new Stable an Ice House and other necessary I oat-buildings. There are also on said-Ti-v ! t. 1.1 . w a .. Ffll i Lot choice ru.t Trees and Shrubbery.Sf ; The location is a desirable one either lor a ; private residence or public bnsiness. It is on ; . . , . , ' - u , the most elevated part of Ihe Borough, near: the Court House, and but a 5hort distance troin t Market street Terms will be made easy. 4.,raQ IfilT fZ P Htl t K f June 9, 1HJ17 O. F. MILLER. ! Ir I 1 I ; N I . I- MV Residence, on North Third street, j f.tri.hnrrr 31 ft. frcnt nn inl..A back building ox tt. deep. Utasement, and Amck finished. Every convenience ia the way of out-buildings. AIno, a Half Lot on Market sl, opposite 8. Killer's residence, wiih a good Well of Wa ter and new Stable ; very desirable for a busi ness stand, or residence, (or both combined.) Also, other Lois, some wilb and some without Buildings. JOHN LOCKE. Lewisburg, Oct. 8, 1857. BRICK FOUNDRY FOR SALE. The subscriber oflers to seil the large Brick Foundry at ihe west end of Market street, including the Wareroom, Olfice, aud the Machinery attached also a large amount of Patterns for Patent Rights for Agricultural Machinery, Stoves, &e. It ,s regarded as one of ihe best locations for a good, sale business. The Proprietor's time is wholly engrossed in another employment, which is ihe reason he desires to dispose of this Foundry. Fcr any further particulars, address WILLIAM FRICK, Lewisburg, F'b. I nion Co. Pa B . , i i u ,l u a make . ii:-,n.-..i b, he ol J ,arv. i , f ' . V r U-P CSg .P"",P n'1. "I???. ''" 'f 3 . IH.-.O- All !. ne,le.-t Ihis f,.e.iv Notice V-i rAAfiL I:"""".. ' nu""S,, w.ll le dealt w..u aee,..d...g to I.-.W '!TP?ff 'vW&JaW I iiecrssuir. Also, an 'rl II .A 1.11, V It vl' l'l I I T -1 ' I s! " Zl tZJ -Sj. LJ3 ' " Ex's gar ?e very thriliv yo-n. em.-ee m.,, Mlffl.., , , " WM'M Trees. I he quality ol theland being ccpial to I ?-. . fjfLi any land in Bullaloe valley, and owing lo the . ... . . , U . fy' V'tV-P fnSstftfi ' ' H High ' dtnen-nt improvements iheieon eiected. it JA'Uift o.MI Mtl-S! - 3 fViJ" ' G Urw i would suit to be divided into different Tracts. J-OOTS ) 'IIf !l S' ' '' ' :---" V "-u. tjiWiiV) :Sj 2L i I w. FOR RENT! EEC TltO KOO.HS occupied at pre- sdi lv ahniitij ! uti inni n as ; Srtfnon. 'J'ht-y are sui.ubte for S 1 1( lS For 'I erni apply to Jan. 27. IN - jnn. u. I.I.W. ran sale. t DEHI i: ULE lluHliug I.ot.-! ftei J feel fri-nl I y I j i A deep. Fnquire of Reaver, Kreiuer &. M'Clure. 1l1.1t the UooUsul lite latf (irm ol George V tiJinnel tiu(el;u ,111 i lie .M Hiiiiburg Kmi ixtry an the emue and leul (triiptriy i.f amurl Uuicliu. d!.o, :i,TKlil S, AMKilL Gl.TKLJL'S. MifHinburg Ocl. !t, 10". t VNOTH'I. AH wlm have u.ispti'e I an con nti with ihc la'r tn in 1 (i. A. i.(iiieliuv;(rtr hercl-v it L lie l. that i!if lio.'Us said firm are If It in .lie haii! 1 - N. Vuunpman, f!sq., for seti!tniPiit aufi otllfction. All ci'iH t i hctl ;ut e.jriKMly r'(np--!fd to Sen Tail Ai I i:il at ,. lUKMi 1iiK.U' BOO f AND SHOE STOKE, next di'or to I. it.er .V t Vs Drop, s'rre. I,ew- istiui g, J'a., ttheic may te touud a ttl'tfral asstirinieiil of Hen's, Ladies', ITsces' and Youths' lloi ts, Simes, Gmirrs, Uuliins, Slippers oe. of the latest stvles and best qualities, scleetet; with grt-at care and at Casi, Prices which will be sot,) as lo.v as at any piace ibis side Pluladeli hia. ' VAX UFA ( 7 r.'.V7 .C- REVAIIUXG done mue-h lt-wer ihan ihc rid prices. I'hatik- : fell fi r past fav rs, we u!l endeavor in nient ; Vi''iir further cusioin. S.pt. lS.'iH 1AMES V. A.-HINGION, i: tititrri. est basea-'nt of Riviere- House l-eu iseuig. (I. ate Sain'l Wahltum'-) ,55 FURS! l.atiio and their (Vu-Tris will please I lakt in l ev H.at. .IbSO., ii(i has hail over J.i yirs expcinr.ee in FiTfi-'ti ami It-ni'Mic Kl'l;-'. is now prepared lo uirtnh ycu v illi ary kind cf Turs ytu may nrtii, c Ii aj.t r thau . u can buy them in liie ''t'y- t..!I anil ee Imn ;.t ihe Hat More iu CaiswiLi's new l-tnltiiiis, l.ewi'-Lur4. I;oot:? k iioes for Winter! Alh' 'II J' sl (h"e si'tntl -.- Ii',,., .Kf.-u-e. TAVi:-S SCOTT respectfully informs the people of Lcwisnuig and its vicin.iv. oil he has just received uvin i'iiilad.an t;. lirely new siuU ,-f E0CT3 AEJD SHOES, CUM SIIOE;-, C.UU'I-TUAG.-i-.ete. f (iintt i.".o LadicV Gaitfrt, I..d L'ois fir LaditM and Aiisi s, ai.d iii-iit ;:r.d blioes ui ail tiescrijj.-tiir., ait sizes, aud a:l pr.ee. uhich he is enabled io sell cheaper lhan ai i any ciner csUDiivihcnt u ahtn hdy n.i.es. Country I'rrduce u-ii! t tukfn ia pavtiicnt. ManuTaciurin!!: ami Kt-patnng dvne tutrder at ihe shrtc-t colirr. cess r.-r Ii years, an. I under-lauding bi in I iiyiit anil making, thinks he can uil the public ti a T. Th.ii.kr.il ivr the liberal patronage already received, he Irakis he u ill share a continuance and extendi. n t-f the Mime, iept. 15, IS.'.?. JAMES SCOTT. I W ES Iv r.l'l It iTl V f!, or U (Hi nptiiinil L'Mratt oiJul.tn lU'sia, Is unrrrtr.!. tit. 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DAVI' I'Kl t KA1 LVK V-t ttrr ntt m thrh.li: cf t- miucn'tiiii to our rt-mlprs :h- ut f panucraa. ti u i at unti ijf.-truui-, lm U mat har)') to - uiiit rti- M 1 ID OUr toluOlLH. laUV.t., liuWctkl, tWtl l)T. I ni-ii:fiut acii li .ii in I it ; let n ally o!- x- ii of t-ac- ilriit curati uahlir 5 l.r rry-if-fia, Wt tak pirat -l-nure lu faytt'S .. nnU cuaiiuUtiiD iht burst, re Lo others UiU3 lUUiOU J. ntiri'lllTicii I - ! i-utU-iiYi... Anfftit.IS.-..t. ! In snr nnvrtnth I Jtar, wan atucfeftl w.LU it.ani:itory K maii-iu. Ail i.LXjwi.tet Vr utu.b 5..::ru. fk.-.uttru iiir mo.-t . rcruciiii.ii.i; im mr ihiw n.uiniist or nn.ie. 1 c.tlinj ,u ihi'Ut any l-tiy-ii'iaii. ttLo conttuussi toattfCti ltt-r ilk. iniirov ni' tit. t.t ttipc auuclt tii our'; I tt'tlf ItMtatJ to try Or. inr' i'-pumft; il- trot luitir mm d t rouu ! 11 ut tiw u-tirr. Mm nu.iiiu4 the r,"j:,;'wh:'i:ii ! ri.-, b..e.8 u,..r.ui t ..a,, " h k ' Tli(i'ii.s,.x. i I11(1, A HUuieimauiiet. i ... , TIlKOAT 1IK4SI;. i . T"" 'arge eiaea of maeaM-a, luiiu.iing I leeratiena. In namutiima, trc.n.-liial lmtatiou., e ta a., at am-ee-a- '"'i m aud i y iiie uaeoi Dr. liana' o.ur.ti,eauai.r """J" -M piieanon. J:.aa u,. f.iioamg case i ! Flvdy cunt after ionis eontiDeed .uli.rine- ti jyiia,is3. i iwi-lVir Mr: ; .SlT11 ,w''4,tp0 1 M ith adi-eae cf ; ln throat, mhirh raLi on sradual y, but at tim mlPr ! I wouw thecoi.i th- p.in Sni .uttnn" wtT w J--i",'',-y. ccouiiani-d mith h of voice to urh ma xtnl tli:,t 1 culd uot bo,'i' hi"''- ikeiii- '., a,afJe c.Dtiou-d Kettms miie, OitwltkLudlnor I under the njicai trratm-nt or fturdiiirri-nt(hyMcUri- i tK",tn"is aiarm.d at my cuditmn.i onciudi-d'(UKoto i'rYi'lTTi !' h,ch 7u Trolin t 1 i tlie W.Dtcr frf ISjI. bfn im KniBiBrtuIrd rav tn Uk ymr Vn unttive; and hy Ihe uxe of l,ur t-uiUawl it in' count-lion with your throat arplkatiou. I iu entirely j i cured, and buve r.-maincd vt-U. . ' at -"- - aa 1.- now more man a yar nnce tha c uie was fft-ctd. I?pccttuilr. r.iur frh'oJ. M AKti AllKiTA . UIMlOi'. i T. " " .V.''"'' 1 ".LUITJIK. C and amRiTiiiii Ih. Ii,.-. ative caaea of scroluioua Lleer. .h.i i a. n. .1.- Thront. 1 ' IV Call on the Agents, J. BAKER .V CO.of Lew.Lurj, anj proeiire e'ireuter. ertitaiaatiff a large maa. or -vi.l.nc. in laser or tti. Bj.il trie... J. UAKK;e e"t. Aata for luiiu euULtj. S'J Clirouialic PrinlinK. nAVIXH purchased lite right tn nse Fim r.n's process for Priming with Dry Colors, for Union Co. Pa., we are prepared to execute orders for CARDS, Siiow-Bil!?, he. ia Fd, Grttn. Hue. Brown. Sitrrr. Mammd. ar oVaT colors, in good style, HTa! the Office' of the "Lewisburg Chronicle." Jcsx,lS:.9 WtlKOEX a CORN eli rs. l'arlor Move for Sale. A COtJIJ second hand Parlor Smve, nsed out a snort nme, lor sale cheap, En- quire at the Chronicle' office. ept.32t2 JOSltll KELLY, Auctioneer, SOLICIT8 the patronage of the pnblie. Residenet n Soath Fifth street, Lewis burg, Pa. December R, I8fi6. i SSIRXEE Notice. JOEL R0TER - J a. i f Kellv townshin.l.' on th ihirteenih day i f October. A. D. 18'. n.ade a voluntary amgnmenl lo me of alt h projo rty for the benefit of bis erediion, ALL persons indebted lo said Rojer are aonted to make payment, ar.d those having claims are ! present ihem for settlement, in me. without de!..v. JO DATESMAX, Assignee Kelly TpN.,v. n, w6p4 Bonnets, kc. . Th' '-"peclfall, Murm "V. .3 'e citizens of MilUinburg and vicinity tnat siie has opened a new Millinery Estab lishment nearly opposite Hasenplne's Smrt and has ji.st returneil from Philadelphia witt a n ir and splendid assortment of Full nnd ll'iVee IiitnneU,Iibljont,F!(nefn Feathers, and all kinds of Fanev articles ' 737in-pd Miss UATHARI.NE REED The Croat Ambassador of Ilealtfi TO ALL MANKIND. HULLO WAY'S PILLS. A BOOM TO TIIE SICK ! 1 hf nt of it rlir.r n.rsli( rtx fo ib th U!i ini Hi ,-, ti- t.f tl. ufJ-rii I p rtir.n of hunatBltT. an- OM CUMi ' tfff flfllB IU-M'T jl H'ilJ other dl tTi-m p-tXttClM i4j. s. r.-l) te-ttlll.tlileia.il p'vrful BvaJti-inf-m att r-tt iiil" tht- w.r;-i : II- LtuWAin l.iTjttCeii li Fn.t hw K-i'moi- tlif iiOL'-crt'itD tmibf t.f sll Batiii. Tha t t. tLutt- t to Pk IT T ar- -ll to Ctlt ; thfj t'atkth r i x or RaiT f ih f tn; luint, anil tban by Tm9mi l" Iih'iIi-d rant, of il'.M-a-s? rfinTitf'trat' atxi i mit th lr-.i ii ri.fr;' of :L- t-ytrm. ani-tiiiK uittar ja lf tiwu. nf V.TL ai.li H .NfTl'i.El Kt-f ' '1 ATloS. T!; ?pit f -nr? . f thin t-r.ntitint yUdi n:rk:j to -tir-f i f tf -" -ut-fttie I'llU. and tb d!g-fHf ottMr rr- r- -Nmi to tm-ir prnfrr t.'H; no inatlt-r in ln h J..u el, -.!. tl.tn h.uraof .lir-- tiiiiit.ite. it-If. i . r l.m- mi uorrriug n-m' wj di-ter-sreit from li.t t v itruL's 'it rr. (on 't '-tirit?-, ao-i a.t ;, r.- ivj.;!! of a tl,itri..i-d nr, utitl oibtr Iior.;aiii. t! - tr. r::rtrh iir -t-r In t-m.:ia!:r mT. tiiii n. i.Wf ilul nr-'i- j tie nnl 'J-lTtrt-ni rraf il. Tht-propr uiiitjoi aoj ri?ht.o-!tt b fifths t '-; ( f i.icit ui. unitarian. e to ibe trajt.. : :i,e Lu a ' frn.i.T-, lint m.ti tuli. u- nitHiie-in i-.';. tl,- K:JiJ. oC t t tlif LiD.attit. and rcr.ar alt ik Rui-t at.il f. t.i us f uie iii.ii HutTM. r.-aii.i.,- mil rc? U:.lL.u ,e .j- tut Ieiu'i,ii u cf li.e t !y. SIk hM I' f no tun iu trying a iVw nf tht rf-n. I.it.i.i: w:x) t. noVMtiijff n-lunly, aabistfTrr D):y f tbrir ;i.i h.iiii. it - a If thiin ith wifely in atl jetr J1 aa-.oii:rr s.ifo.aiiizfttioiit' it ffl. rt ii all tut nuraculcaa. f.XJ.XFt JED VROOh. T' t. '''rnr.ii . oi ?. jti' ns i uijuin.4n!'ly Vm tn te h ...rh-ir-nn wirtus-f. f hi? nnbif rs-CfriT, d-1 rritfl!-fA- intf.trry litiiiL' laneuiit- twar sitD.asto tie La tit m. .bl iir- i if tli ir intf iiiMt- nortJi. II i.. ar . lUt art t..f l.-.tTtm.'ty I nam in the woilir ('"-'. 'Kl.i.aaita,lj; , tI.n- it,-, i.-T Inwanl wtahr-M I M"Wv.''. niii'iintf l't-1 ii if t 1 iw-r t Mf m:nn '" -''u t ma!.-if.mi.Ta;nta l...infv- f . iTi-j !,.-.t :: iiit.ii. : t:r .j t;r(lt,i I 'liit'hiM In Q it-1-n.litr u)l di .i-I-l-ia Ii,: u-iu.1 A -ni r. aIa:: 0s , I':tiii::'s.a l!.i.Mii..itis.a V rco ui ,.:,,t j s.l'At'TTn .oof an- rnttitie cr! t- wir'.t f ,(, 'v.: A v )-'-. ur,-i L "," aif tii?rtrri - J II ..-r;.. lit frTery uf cf li.e tM It if rT:.: , .vi.uU.a.Ji .itr,rt.; lb au auay L (ia r.n ea , 1 y .f. ir ,,nj tmif.e ho'.t. A hnreittno .- TPtii ' r-L'irrii (' ai:y i ut it Uerii:(C ctii h li.torir.at.vi, n n. -I Itit'l tn ;h Jctirti. n rf any jam ir (arti- n.uUi. i iiiif ttif tut-rticitcs cr TrDUibg the riuf, kouiiiLg ittm I t- . urn ufi. ! ".'.'cltj at tl-u 'aniifartf.rirs of Prcftwir nrn w,r, I Ml ia.uxi l.it-. Nv it.ri.. a Del ly ail re-vpt-rtabir I rsr-ir.-t.- fiQ.l P-Mit m ia :nlirine ll rotii. Lout tl.e I m'.i OD.i the riiiiiii-U woi.d. in Wxvs.it eratn. u Cf M", iil.il t:. h. I SflLvtv ia ce-niitiersMe rating by taking tht Iir A n l.ire,'tf. nw f r th ctii.ranc cf pat if fit! iu r ilirrl.r art- dr.txra u ra h t n. r Kcica J tween tietldes Marsh & Co.. is Uais (iar it. .-solved. All notes and Look accounts it; are placed in the handset Jonathan Ve.'? and II. 1". sheller for colieciu n, lo whom : payments are to be roat'e. All persons krrT- ing inemselves indebted to said firm, are rr- quested to make in. mediate patnient. A:: a" persons having claims, will present tfcrs (ot sellU'a"-1- ejVe,?' JtisEI II W. SHKI.NEE. Lewisburg, Sept. IS:b, i tr The F-uii.dry Unsiness teener r: ned at tht ei.l place as usual bv rhe ub-cr. hers, where thry will he pieasi-d to a'irnd me wishes -i tbose who mar i.ivcr 'tiem tneir parrcna-.e. J. MAK.-ll 1 CO, I.cttisbure. tept. ISih. -j i.a: i.ivi::: i x v i o n a t o i; : ; i i;nu:iD i.y vi;. samvip. ConipounieJ entirely firm (ilJIS. T s ON K oK TIIK HI ST PI liS ATI VK A.N l LO r R VS , 1 It IMis" l . w rt- thi ul .i.-. tl at actf a," (.t:-'. "Mi-r. lui'titT a i ! nn-rr i li- tual than ny ii b-r aro.ust km.wii. It h r.'-'t i.uly a iathertic. but a ii nr. act. i-:r t!r-l i, n t). ic-r to T-jcrt it morbij matter. ; i n tl.r p;..iii Ii :ii.J hs.i-lsi to rrry ctl tl,at Diallrr. d.a a cc-ai) hliii lo purpw" t llt ctnaily iiur t ' i tin (air. ful freiotrn vxj rit-n'-il ik ihf crsiaii' a- : c i CatliarlH 1 1 l r Dulhn. Li'i it put iff tl.tr -'-: : ami wl.i n t;ile. u eJatiy in bh laVralf U-ws wi.1 .:iti.5s and luitii it nh uuu.uai rajUiiiy. r Th Ijtzk i crif of lh" piincii.il nmU'.rr ' i thr human louy; mtJ ; hm it pcri rm-ui t:t-n mm, trie jKiWa-rM t trr ay-t-m arr tic f TfioTM-it. TLtf ftomnch i. fj a.Bt uti-Btirp' tlrrtJ-il thf brallt-y acti- o tf ;ihe nr f. r 'Le W r rft-rmanrc t.f i: fane- r" iicnw: wl.i n i!.-LBara ii at fault, tn tKclfv in w t lault. hi f IB-' vi.m uflT in roii-- tv- ifkr rrt tr- ra-r1 of tbtt ..rc.tn, out ft 'H'" lrp rn-tt r ba. kt Li situdy, in a fmctirf , l vh.t- il.nn ivrt.t tn r,.i .. .un..i . .t...r....th tn rat:Ti j ihc tunny ilfianzt-mrnu ff lo mlnrh it i ii1 j To jr- iut ll.is rt tu . j. iiy is at lt fcuti. Jfrwn ItOUlJIaiJ ltl a.H IK l lfLtl-tl. i" '. it" forms, ha Lut to try tt t:.i)ti rcBticwc- I certain. Ih. piflomrtD.cve all CD tin 1 1 IJrrhatlniMtrfri thfMsti-m. mpj-Uin- in r .ff h-a.ih tt Hit-, inviffomtinir th ""-.ti micb. ruiot diccyl melUtijairii.Mt.TuK iho. f;iiiit tn"" Lt-altb to the mhole mv .. hm. rT. run-'" CJiift of the diwa-wr f- --j, lrt:nt a raJi'-l4"'-r ltlLLfcri attack ar curil. "B,Tt " . TF.it, FREVi-nri-, l y tlif occa.k ual u ! u' t l.NVItJOtiATt . ,Vl I- Oned-eaftTCMt!ret Dffti.rt tr rv - ntcmtirb and prt-vent tb fc-c-d tY- aa niK avurii.r- l.nly one doae taken fore r- ur n?, rrr,e Nll.M.)4K. C v Only one dNe tatt-n at , . n'-' t. looff-o t ? gently, and cuiv t'ie-iU U:iftio-e taken alter 'vat k meal w.U'" . a ,1)Bt" th w nf two tra-. spcoElVf i"a - lieir E HtADCUC Uiie hotlle taken f.r H - I the ranse of the d.-e. (inly one ti.ifeinittlia-i One drreonrn rt-peMlrtl MoRBta. and a pr-nta-l 4(i Dnly one bottle :r'fr thest-ni the effecU ol M Hick new. miilrcl strut ami rofiet.a a tci relit ti- .1 V5 ': io a nrt rtir ! iK. i tiveol t'nc"1 urn!..! t aiciLice a. :,r A tr One hot tie taken for J irsri-r re"" lowuraa or uuDaturai nil- I I i,r In ni t! ' , il l ettr - sipor to Ihe aopelite. ,nl re aiak't:-ed -,,irF:1 ., . n. A ,. .. .I:- . . , .,-S T 11" : in it tor-t forn, while 11 It? e-V M;nmr at 1 Ik"--- Aiainta yield a.tnoet to'W thr lmtti.-- fVt fne or two acr rurr , tn l htrlren; there in no)1 remedy in the wor!J. a ' t.A fr bolUracurr alt ' ahsuirhs-nta. i ltii.l.s..aJU , it j." " ty "- We Uk'-claniinrre-i rrnrn lr '.. ' , at a rrrvi ntalie I'r I in t' ,f' ti. ai .t all I'LTirji rr a Y tun n t lr' si atn mtlh all crrtaii'tT.l and thcmn-' g in; to teotiiy to it woia-j ideifui irt j An ho use it are giving tluit imati-S1 003 in it favor. v I Mix H,ifrr in the mot -".' t? t Jutty'-" k 1 low loth Ugtihrr. i The la-lrer Ini?orato' ) 19 A S01KNTIFIC MKUICAL PI?nVRr... morkina; rnren alanoat tn-crnt lo beitt-er. ' I 1 y mswre.-rsTi th firtd$t ytei IVwafcarci ( 1 than on tottle i!r.Uird t cure ay ' t ' -... 1 Complaint, fton the wornt Joumittct or 1 ''''n- common il'uLu.et ail of mhicb are the rrn- ' ataard Liter. . 8 AN HKD CO. Vroprietors, MS .wJ"-'-and retailed by all lru?;i-ta. tftM mj?. -90ie-T Lniheran Almanac, also lt cle H.itn'a Almanac, for WM. ML'BRAV, IAT.I"-'!-