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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 August 1855

Lcwisbiirgi. ; The LcwisburgjChroiiicIc. V i-TtinEiiT raaiir jocasai, Uiucd on Friday Stoning at Isiruburg, Union county, Frnnfjhanin. TSRHA.iJM put ar,TO- rim IS aiT.Ct aM atthaaa-araVfur. lmSi-f or linrlr period. Tbu. 0 mU trill par f"ur mimttl, "il et S its tannth-, (I f. right mootln, (i tor F--ta monltis, $5 for t-o ,-ara, ac. Sincle ?tn.'it, 5 rts. PaynvtiU by mariipai.l) ircrtred l gM. awla -tamtll, uk -l'lcs ' U"ir valua brr. t -Paper to amy with tn time paM for. ADTnmMjfrs iianbomely inwrt.il at 60 centa per rlMnnw-k.Jic-iiU-b raltta-l-i-lt insertlm, jS for ! mnntl.., J5 a year. Half a tuar 3e, li-, i-. JJ. To.aM-fl.S0e--'.M- M.-r. haul-:.!, not r.w H.arlh of a column, fit) a year. All otham a may baRTeI up"-- - "I""1' ll' lm" "f l,r"'r'or uf nonpar-it. larnr-uta.atul-otyiwa, antl a.lvcrtijeuienUof s 4-uierali-lns tendency, art- not aim loci. Communication- tcinil on topics of in it-rat interv... not with I a tlM ranCT of parly or acrrariiin contert. All lattan to emna prat...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 August 1855

CM J4. my. J: ' ..a f 4" Mi If. i :l m r. il i-k m it K S?V r. sir if j . . ! j. 1 i; ill Taddy's Idea of Perditiox. Tt McCartj was " broth of boj," and al together as dacoot a man, atd as handy with a spade, aa any of the wholo five hundred who were at Work upon the rail road then aoj now in process of building in the northern part of Ohio. Ha waa a great favorite with the overseer, on ae- eouut of his faithfulness auj integrity it , . ... , . , . , , ' . iuu.ici, uuv oc ua'i one iauii,ioat sorelv grieved his employer. Though as sober as a sexton for sis days in the week, Pal could never resist the temptations of paj day, and when Saturday came around ne ver (tiled to get as drunk as a lord. Ha ving tried every other rcfuruiatoryezptdi ent in vain, tho overseer at length be thought himself of the priest, who prevail ed on t'at to "take the pledge, and sent lira on his way rejoicing. But, alas ! the next pay day was "too many" for pour Pat who, staggering through the village at djuo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 August 1855

LEWISB u R6 CHRONICLE t't') BY 0. N. WORDEX & J. 11. CORNELIUS. TWELFTH YEA II WHOLE NUMBER, 591. $1.50 ter Year, alvats in Advance. ri&ags at ftoistarg, Union (County, ycimsijliiania. II. C. IIICKOK, ConKEsroxmxc Editor. FRIOIV, Al ;l.ST 31, IS.. Population of Elmiua and Will, iamsport. A census of Kluiira, just completed, fIiows the population of that village to te 10,107 or nearly double what it was in 1S50. A recent census of Willianisport, by Rev. J. W. Barret, fixes . , . , , - .1 the population at 4.0 !j or more than ' double that of 1S50. That is what Hail- I roads do sometimes. Editorial Change The Harrisburg as it leaps over its pebbled bed and spark Ikmocratic L'niuii has been merged iuto j les in the noon-day fun, the less elevating the Patriot, Mr. Ziegler, Editor of the for- i but mori exciting gaieties of fashion each mcr sheet, having Fold his establishment , have the power to allure and delight. The to Mr. Hopkins, the publisher of the lat- ; affect inns bec...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 August 1855

uiiolnm Clpuirle. si M BV ArcrsT 31, 185-1. hit iv Inti mil firculutii-n of any Nrw"j i..r t,i L'n;-n Cuut.ty. i'Hicralic Xmv'uc fir f anal CMftiWuMrt ARNOLD rLUMEIl, tf .Vcniajo Co. KepnWcan Elate Convention. The riltxcr.s vi rvniyirania, wilhcnt rcv'srJto ftnner Lari- .Ii-Iimtien", nho t-c aitiiax H unit. in a n." ttf-Fi-.uution to i-v-i-l the furtL.-r rrrra.1 ul FlaY.-ry "1 ti, i-rM-i- f tlio biavj i-oucr, :ire r. (Oesiisl to aict in Ur Convent: : n at ritlrlmr;, m M.-iKtasy, ill-.. &th djy r.r.c:t ;.:.-mli:r, V at 11 t'rhvk. A. 'I., U or;';uiie a IUr;:i.:.le!i r-aitv In ll.is i t-tc, w bii-li Ihall plrc ex-,r.-s-l:'n to l'..c n ll fu the eui tU hm.lii-a. in IUm r. i-cil ef the .Vi i uri t'(ii.rnmi-"-. au.1 rn o;.T;ltu Willi otli-roriuia:iu:ia of a similar (lioracl-r u otiur I" Into.--. t:t:-: Iv All. Vrj rfuuly. ViLuiu I.:B:3t.j t--- i.ai:; Tt I.. W.li,: J.-IS V. . Nonh'mlt"r!anJ coDDtr. (nw ford o uoty. J vi r. .'iN i Hr rrcun'v. J.ii.v At't'5. i--nv r runit. Mux "Sr. l'uil...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 August 1855

Lcwisliurc Chronicle & West Branch Farmer August 31,1855. isCicisbnrp, iVr. Friday Mornixc, Arc 311855 ."nVn:TI7.K'Minnf.i'lur.T, Merchant. Ma.-r.anlr, V lV.l.c OB6-OW iii ity and louulrv. 1'ubli-li.ra-al. "u ., . !.,.,. ..V wlu.-h ha 11 larit.1 n,..i "' :-.:'...;. ..!,. ! hi.rra.-ia IVl'Dl I.rO,lUCLTS, X,U.iUUIf ,;. 1 J ilers any in U.'- State. .11 nD.ira..-n c ;-j-Sc ew Advert iHemcntii. Jc7-0nc cf the test and ni"st defircbic f rni' in Union county, is oflercJ for sale arng cur new advert iscnicntr, this week. i'ostscri.it! Wc ,carn l-v lhc M';l1", i ir 'ar of la-t niuln. ili.u llic Lewisburgcrs s-i'Viw HVK J'lIOt S AN Quinine Pills per ,,nv Fever patients alone! We give it up ! tli.it bests New Berlin for lyinr-. Who fooled 11 IVarhrr-rMitor with lliat monstrous yarn! il Tluu-and daily !! IZ I'xcursicn tickets will be sold from all j :!n- nations on ihe Pennsylvania Railroad to j iViOjim-h. on September ltd an.l 4tli. on Eas-1 i rn i!ivii.-ii, anil Sopleinlier 4ih ami fttii ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 August 1855

Lcwisburc Chronicle & West Branch Farmer August 31, 1855. i I Different medical Systems. mrariTmc aaacM. - Take a little Rum The less jua take ibe better Mix H with lite Lakes Of Wenner and of Wetter. Bip a spoonful ont Mind yon don't groggy Pour it m Ibe I.ak Wiuocpiseogee. Btir the miztnrc well, Lrst it prove inferior; Then put lialf a itrop Into Lake Superior. Erery other day Take a drop in water: Yun'li be better, soon, Or at least you ought lo. AI-f-OVATll. Take some Cilomel The ranker 'lis the belter Mix it with a drop Or two of cistern water. Feed some to your dnj. ft will make him vomit, And, may-be, see stars. Or, perhaps, a comet. Once in each half hour Take a rons-inir potion, Kay a tumbler full If that suits your notion. If yon chance to die As some day you're sure to Friends may safely jay That that didn't cure you. trnnorATUr. Take a linen sheet The larger "i is the hotter W rap-yonrself np well. And piling into the water. Any water 'II do Croton, sea, or cistern E...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 September 1855

CLE J. H JL TWELFTH YEA E WHOLE NUMBER, 503. BY O. N. WOEDEX & J. E. COEXEL1US. II. C. IIICKOK, CoRREsroxmxG Editor. $I..jO ran Yeak, alwats ix Advance. RG c RON ill! VI f I ."41 Cl)f jCmiSUiirH VLDrOiMflC. 1 evils of losing that "liberty," which were ; ! anticipated, have been realised. And, in- . . !'R"-il S.KVT.' ?.'! . j jccJj w0 doubt whether people who Lave A new Dod'e ! ! niany and expensive holidays, enjoy with It will be remembered that the people j rest tho or'l'""rSf comforts of life half as of Middloburg, after trying, and Laving much as those who pursue the even tenor time given them, r.fuscJ to make a pledge i of their way and find every day enjoyment for "suitable grounds and buildings for iu looks and papers, recreation in walks County purpose?," up to the spirit and in- j and rides, wit iu well-selected company, tent of section 3d cf the Division act.which ; and whose regular business interests and requires that they shall be secured "with- j responsibilities pr...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 September 1855

Lewisburg Chronicle and West Branch Fanner Sept. 7, 1855. Ai" .- wouurx t j. coi;eui& ; Sept. 7, IS55. ' e . "ee-ee .ra. Tile LlwwwTiriMMiij; hk f -Ux-t. 4 cireuletM ol eiij aeaieper linou C..1U.15. EEFUBLICAN NOMINATION. "r Vatial VutattiUimnfr, l'AKSMOUE WILLIAMSON, j u-.w n MvMrnftittc lr'.tm li.r ht-lpinr m poor ntnta sit.l hr tnl.lr.'M fitt ,i tin rlut.-itf ! a nt-tr who Uawii.il o rrtre Mvrry in I'mu'jlta&ialj "7f'rtcH.'c y.tmiitre fur Van at VotHthisaitinfr. AUSOLD rU'MER, of Venango Co. Ia. A .St vat T, tot. KOIlKIlT B. lllllllKrt, ofTainn Ciuotj Ouhjeri V- the Jr,.,j ..( th- G.nf.rn'j.) Ijnii'0 iVifiiig luvi.foi-ij),: ;) iijif f".ii,?(!icj Fes IU;1A1B Jiir. Jjll V. titIlllF.lt, or We.t Buffaloe W'OL Slinirr, L. F. ALB1UGUT, uf White I'orr F.-s O-'HMUSltsm, JAluin IIIMMF.I.. i.f Keltr. liKOIMK srllm II. nf M,iniubiire. KlolUUO V. 11. LINCOLN, of liartk-T. V TeMASCBCR, LOllEItT II. LAIRD, of Eaat Buffaloe. V' EcKTEI , DAVID HAVE?, of Hartley. Joe Al vivos, AKCIllBALD ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 September 1855

Fir"i'f::iJVl Ml "Tunes certainly change. Iot loi: tincc, extra judicial oaths ana "piej I'l'DAY Mor.MNG, Srj'T. 7, IS JO. gC.s' were very vehemently condemned, AmMii' I tsPcc!allJ bJ tbo democracy. Now, Low A r.rnr i?i ..r. in erur Cvery Democratic County Convcn- all Brian nisiitoluv rwl! vrmiUM" welltnHupl or U I -r cwuiwui iu .nw- riiruuuj'. .ui.ii b a iw ; tlurj (jat we notiC(. requires members ana en.) tiws- nf elr.-nlnlioii in a eouinoimly onUliimfi ' ..... . i - " "' Mwnt .roJuocrr, wouunra candidates to take extra-judicial oatlia ",u""- - - ! against another party, or to "sign away . cj'See Kw Alv-rlisciucuts. j their liberty" hy "iledSir:g" the (same . . thing. At the same time, the K. N'sare MTlWio extfeiaci iu Composition and : .q many p!aces disusing with all IVfi.mti m on Thursday Kvcnirg next, ' aj iDJI)ri)per arjJ mojit of their priva .(S.pt. 13,) the Lcwiurg Aea-loniy. onlfics5alJ. At New Horliu, 1'xcrcves to comnicnee at 7 o'clock 1'. M. , Ja yQud.iyj lhe uauulS) Sw...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 September 1855

ft i: lit? 4 hi ' 1 1 a .11 si m I i h: . 1 1 4 ': if I Tin: J AltM: i J'!iO ;jirl:'M I'll rIKfs!. Calibre of Strawbcrrie. , The Xs-w York HuliculUi.-al Society,! nt a receut rinvi.rsatiuiial meeting, arrived i at t lie following circlusious in regard to ' !:-' -st method of cultivating strawler-ri.-, : j TLc lcrt soil fir l!ie strawVrry was j fstatel to be a p-ravclly loam. The land j chrmM Im? WfU drained:, and to cv.-ry acre ' apply twenty bushels of utilcac-licl a?ne., ' ten busLuls of lime, anJ tw r tires lis. f s.i't. The frroun l sli,mld be well bra- j ken up, nninnl manure's slionll bo cs-! e hewed ; leaf is the best, tin 1 this should ; 1 e carefully spaded in. About the first of j July is tho be.-t titu ; tl sot out to plant?. I Iu doing tlii-, pains should bo t.il.cn to Lave them firmly routed. The roots biiouIJ j le eighteen inches apart. Sometimes it will be well to allow great er interval, in which case the interstices cau le filled up from the CTOWth of the runners. A...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 September 1855

BURG HEONICLE LEWIS C BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. II. C. IIICKOK, CoRRESroxDixG EditoB. fcnusbnrfl Cljrnniclf. FRIDIV, SEI'T. 1I,I.'5. . - Timely Receipt. The use of lime is very good, lut for complete disinfectant an addition of salt is essential. Lime attracts putrefaction, and holds it, and does some good, while Chloride of Limes destroys as we may say the putrescent poison : ACiieap Disinfector. The following .!.,;t ,,t.,.i ... i',..r v,J. ,.f . College ; we have seen it in a unmber of ; exchanges : To one barrel of liuic add , one bushel of salt dissolved in as little water as possible, which pour upon the lime, and pluck it, so as to form a thick paste. The result will be an impure chlo ride of lime, a very powerful deodorizer equally good for out-door purposes with the article (chloride of lime) bought at the apothecaries, and not costing one-twentieth as much. It should be kept nioUt and ap plied wherever offensive odors generate." Every house or shop-keeper in town or country ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 September 1855

Mil I 't m Hi 3 3! 2 1 '4 St lite . II! 26 y. l'f as VJf! , . 1 ii . 1 US i SI i 1 ! K m 6?. V ISiy "2 . I . 5 ,t: 3.1.'- 1-iS ! 5' -.5 3 rnnir mrf . . i .V. UOKDtX J. B. COHKKl.ll Suit. 14, 1853. V y ltM.ittr.rn VfM. Tit" l.wf,ijtK Cuio.Ylc-l I hi P.-- lrt u4 best ctrcUuum of aujr ttcfiiapsir I6ySny dcr County Whig Delegate J-I.-eli 'us to-morrow. , . ' t'"V,'c learn that :be Whig tatc fVuvontion wa tlirjly attended, and Jo-t-rvrt IIftpf.ksov nf Washing! n county mimed for Canal Commissioner. &5rGov. Shannon, it is ttated has r ached Kansas, aril announced that b rcr'gn'icJ lie Mionri gang presided r v. r by Strinfc'low, as (Lo Legislature tlicir ael., is gil Laws and tbat lit was ia favor of slavery iu Katisas ! Tlius Las Slavery "" on, B!i.'p Ly s'ep, unlil it j- it-g::!:z.'J in Kaus ualcr a code Lbo ii t than Praio ! There may bo eorao hope that an tlectinnfra Conttituli'inal Convotitinn liny be mirrc fair tban previous ones, but the game outlaws, sustained as they now will ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 September 1855

J Letrisbicrff, la. Fridat Mopping, frrr. li, 185-3 ADVBUT17.r.' WsniifTfrnrera, STeri-hmt. Meetisnies, fahlir itflwr In City an-1 .'ountrv. r-utilelier &U wiidi to bur or esllwaiiid do a nil 1" eTsptav tile coluaiM o f the etet-f.iirw (Viiftni -le, whirl, lia. l.ire audi loara&aHtw dvtwlatiim in a roaiinin.it f outiLiiniiik a Wore preai.rtton.of .i-tire. i-olTt-lU io.ducels, coU"UUl-ir3 and de alers any ju the ? tale. Cj-Scc Srw trtvorllsrnicuts. rri.One of the (ro;. '.-' especta to if vi.ErKXtll's ill New UtTiin the first J at Kl. days of Sc.-t. Court, (next week,) wiorc l,e WouU be Ln.Py U receive about SlOdO on olJ accounts nnJ any niuouiit mi new. 1'ar.mim; axu Timijkii Laxi. Some valuable Ileal Kstate, improved and unim- J.roved, ntuatcd in White Peer towuskip, , is offered for sale ia to day's ( hrulc. -Alsn n Ktmi'l. .li.-iralile I'arui fwitli ! Wuodlaud) in Hufialoe township. jol.lsmitli & brothers rciiue.s't u ... ' that tl.cy crc unavoidably proven- n opeti'iL...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 September 1855

' I1 I ' Kj i .1 Wi 33 , 1 r a 9 Hi ft IS 1 0 if tft 31 I I! m 3. & Ii1 V- ft if?;? I i I j 1.1 IS . hj "i . fl f ! ! ! .J hi pi i - m J t !'.' i r Buckwheat. In th'3 rornury cf man, the State of I'cnu.-jli.iiiia'his never Men so- vast a Tp f ltuckwhc-at as bow whitens the IHJ.t with its rich blossom-, and fill the air wiiU its fi.-tirr.n.t perfume. Nut alone ilie rich valleys, but the rongh kill coun tries, appear to have every available spot whiti-nri! with this (klio;tt: pi. int. At this hcjsoo, when fruit takes the place of fl iw e , the buckwheat bl-is-win aJJs peculiar price to the I.iinlt:ipe. Never Jul this j;raia give greater poiijisc of heavy irturn; an 1 if uo fiosts oecur fur three week, th rrop is safe. Though the u.st-rs of liuck-wli-at am few in our cities, in the country the grain is available for cattle anj poll- this trv, especially fir uiixittir, and thus cr.ip bcenines iniporfant, in releasing its lull woight of the former' wheat au lroru iot the general mark...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 September 1855

NICLE BURG L BY 0. N. VOEDEN & J. E. CORNELIUS. H. C. IIICKOK, CoRKEsroxmxG Editor. Cljc fcmislinrfl Qroniflf. riMtr, si:it. tii,isr,.v Representative Fleeting. A meeting of three Democratic Confe rees from Juniata and ono (as we iufer) from Snyder and Uuion, was held at Isw utoicn, 11th inst., President and Secreta ry from Juniata. M'Kinstry, nominee of Juniata, and Barber, nominee of Union, were with drawn, aud J. D. Howell, Ksii , of Juni ata, declared to be nominated. No Platform of Principles was made. A. P. Lusk of Juniata was elected 11c prescntative Delegate to the next Demo cratic State Convention. The RcjtUrt the Democratic organ of Juniata, has no Democratic flag up under that name, but sports Mr. Howell and others as "Anti-Know-Xotbing County Ticket," and says, "Although the signs of the political horizon betokens disastrous consequences to our ticket at the coming election, let us give it our hearty support and perhaps victory may be our reward. Let us be up and a d...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 September 1855

If sir r i 1 ft hi 5 r 'Si! itcl fa 13 f.f : WIS Ik 4 t hi' v Ilk' ; V: 8. i lisifi,' ISii- 1! Has! B n rli. ii;- 2- Hit 4 63,. mi .Jiw' ail- Lcwisbiirs Chronicle and West Branch Farmer Sept. 21, 1855. . jir o. .v. wokokx 4 j. b. coaxtrrrs. Skit. 21. 1850. , tm ttittr .VfrM. Tlie Lt-Wlsae'Ril riinosiCLa fcu the Lrcwt autl beat circulation of aiiy Kewaimycr In Cai..o Cot)r. -.. Editorial Conwapondence cf Itewiabnrg Cnronicl. KnisE's Hotel, Middlecrcek Tp., Sci.t. 19, 1855. This afternoon, tbo Whigs cf SnvJer count; took tbo Lniiitative in political org- uiz:ition. Tie "Uniou"' convention at ITi JJlct urg said to Lave Lcca got up ly tie New llerliners anil Democrats fail L KylL wings of the Snyder Connty TV'higs Division and Anti Division,5Ior mon and Old Liners, Anti-Masonic and otherwise agreed upon a call, and Eicd pnn tills hotel, which ia a compromise) rei'.veca tie three caudidates for the coun ty ecat, t ho! 1 t'aeir first convention. It as fill, excepting one vacancy caused by...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 September 1855

The Lewisburg Chronicle, A ivnsrExoiftT family jornwAt, Issued on Friday 31rninjt at Lcwulurg, Union cbunfii Ptnnsrh'unin, JTiTV-fc $1,50 year, to be ri I aivaxcc nnd t the tana rate for a longer or fhcrUr period. Thus 49 CiDti will pT for four month, 75 ci fur fix month, fl frr eight montlift, $2 fr slst-en month?, $3 for two yoirt, tc. Pin.rU No.V, 5 cts. .tymt. nt by mail i'pai-1) received In gold, porti utmuj or bank mlcff at lln ir talue h. rr. t'-Pat'", to "top with the time paid fr. ADrntTI5EMtTif handsomely inst-rUd at i0 cents per aiaare one weli, 25 ecota earb suhsctnient intTtinii, 3 for tit month, $5 a year. Half a 5 iiare 2;.e, 15e, $3. Tao Hure,t $ wc J M'-rcliant.i 4c not ver a fourth of a column, $io a year. All Qtbrmaniiy L ;rwJ uii. A s-iuare is 10 liucf of bruvlur, or 1'. of boiip&rvil. Lar,;e eula,sUT.tj pts, a&d ndvertiuinUof ( d- moral 'n't ur teudrucy. anr tint a!iiiilir'4. j Communications dctircd uu t-pi"s of general intert'st , not within Uie ruge o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 September 1855

11 1 ff. a mug i- Lewisburg Chronicle & West Branch Farmer September 21, 1855. 4 iii Hi 1 m m en m U II; -H- P fiat rrintiiJS EslaLLshments aro wjrlii. Siacc llie recent transfer of tLo interest nf 31 rs. Cliamlerj iu the St. lYmU "Ue publieau" to ?Ir. Kuapp, who was tlie partner of btr late Luubaud, we hive been much edified by seeing leading articles on the growth and estimated value of print- ting establishments in general, an-1 of the ML-souri "Jlepublican" iu j-artscular. The St. Louis ''Democrat'' learns from a source entitled to cn-dir, , hat the ,u,n paid b 7 iUr. Unapp to .Mrs. Utinibcra lor tier Hair i;..xe.5. and a variety of useful Taney floods, of the ltepuoli m C-.alI-ab.nent,.as $")!,- ) Ladies and-Scin'ctna-i are repc.!ally solicit, d , ,, , . , i r .i . j to call and cramine their as-orii.-Cul of l'ooks, OUO ! and a Us mat this mlc the val- . Sl!lUonery ,.., FallRV ;m,a,. jvew Coodsre UC of the ...'publican at about f'l l 'l.OOO. j ceivcd every day by Impress. J...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 September 1855

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE at BY O. N. WORDEN & J. E. CORNELIUS. II. C. IIICKOK, Coi:i:rsroxr.XG Editor. TWELFTH YEAR WHOLE NUMBER, 598. $1.50 TER YfLVR, ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. filhp at fcnjis&nrg. Union (Dmnty, pmnsijlnanio. ' iM.ll Cljf fnoisborg (Cljronirlf. JFKIDIY, sept. 'IS, I .-.",. The "Bond" Humhug Spoiled! It is a notable circumstance, that the Mifflinburgers Lave devised every means possible to divert and mislead the public during the present contest for county site. The providence of God in sickness, Las teen with them a theme of gratification, ana oi aiino inuuaie enlargement, l-ut perhaps their most fivoiitc hope of blind ing the eyes of the people, is in trying to raise the dead-and-buried Bond question which Xew Berlin bruited until it killed them as a county scat. That it will have the same effect, on MiUUuburg we have no doubt. The allegation of Mifflinburg is, first, that County Commissioners have the pow er to subscribe stock to Railroad Compa nies. This is false a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 September 1855

Xinisliitrg Cjironirlc. nr cTsTirouurs j. a. couyturj. Sept. 23, 180- sj.' Bti"r .. Tke Lnrumu iiU'MCU ,M lara l 4 bsal circulatiun uf u; Newspaper u I.' khw County. Te!;ranluo patch to Lewis! are, Chioaicl. Foreign News. SKTUSTOrOL FALLEN! Terrific Smyhlcr .'0,000 Lite A"! New York, Shi t. 27. The America lias iirrivcil, bringing one wetL'n Uer news from Europe. On the th iust., after a Lombard" raent of three dajs' duration, and repulse, one liciuc very severe, of the French with ter rific slaughter, at ihc ltcclau fort and be fore the Malakoff tower, iu which the Eng lish and French troops lost about 120,000, and RuEeians more than 10,000, the llussians evacuated the city, after blowing up their defence, sinking all their vessels of war, and firing the city, leaving nothm but a mas if smouldering ruins. Five French Generals, including Gen. Bosquet, are amoncst the killed. A large convoy was placed along the coast to intercept the inland retreat of the Must lang. 1 be Al lies have...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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