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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 February 1856

Lewisburg Clironiele & West ISraneb Fanner Feb. 8, 185G. iTh rettlichttfrt .f hriirMrlf1 LIf illVlSPUlJI VLIJlUHllU; liopim.cni rmut xr4i irpji, .W-Fr.V.iari TERMS. $1. JO peryt.tr, to ff. ruD In imaMe-aul at tha Mm rat f r a kn.rr or ahorU-r priid. Tbiif, !W tXM will pay f r (our mouili-, 7i ct for fix monthi. 1 ill. fur tight uumtht, 2 Jol. fur fifteen months, 3 J !.f -r two year, le. .nfrle No.', 5 cts. Pnyim-nrs ly miiil f;.i t) rcce.Tad fn gold, postage r-tampa. or hank nuti-a at their value hr. Moat kinas rrodurv r. rmi-fl ai in? -nice. p.ioarrnewark,2icciearhaftrhtfHrt!m.3 J-i f-rsii tuonthn, & d'l. f r yinr. r. liairauArf-jofri-, is ct. a t 1 &, 4 0-t, M.rliuiii.,o. a column, p-t yrr. oib-r dol, 3 dot. Two miliar? 1 but or on-n.iurtu of a column, lu d"l. - c'.i4 Ac. aj may t t-r- id v.n. A if pmrr U lm . f ttualleat type, or 1 of nrxt larr. A-1v rti-ut ntp nf a dmoralixlti unln r. aud large cut?. ut a ltuittol. Communications doircl mi 'ic nf i:m:ral ii.tTt'st no...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 February 1856

Lewisburg Chronicle & West Branch Farmer February 8, 185G. Mr. li.YMis. I repeat, .Mr. Clerk, the priuciplo ou whkh I answer interrogator ies fi out any j:iai it r, aud it is, tLat I streak as a Member of tbis House fur one of ibe liotm't of (be State uf Massachusetts. Id regard to tuy position a connected witb tbu panic of tbe country, I wish to uiaLe mj sUteuicut iu my owu way, inas u.uch as it is a matter which particularly concerns myself. I will state tbe facts, and gentlemen may draw tbeir own infer ences. When I was elected to tbis House, I was elected on tbe Domination of the re gular Democratic party and of tbe Ameri can party of that district. Tbe American party was very largely in tbo majority. I owed my sentiments freely and fully on the questions which aro involved in the inue presented by that party, before there was any especial cause for me to do so, and before it had attracted tbe attention of the country ; and as an answer to tbe fourth interrogatory put to me ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 February 1856

CHRONICLE LEWIS BURG BT 0. K. WORDEH & J. K. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1856. t $1,00 Ies Year, alitaYs In Adtaxce 1 -! J I Stljc (Uljroniclc. rBiDtv, n:n. is, issg. Trip Ia Danville. And why should not Editors once or twice a year quit their close, iuky dens, forget thoir dear patron?, hak from their backs the care which the world imposes upon them, and take a , Bleigh-ride and get their lungs filled j por,3 Lalf of Danv;ne. The Works ' 0f gave 10,000 majority against him with a supply of purcair, like " the i kwp np a constant muttering likedis-1 as a candidate for ini Supreme Court rest of mankind ?" Sure enough, if, tant t,unjeri an occasional clap 0f the State a majority which defea they have the cash or the E. P., what ; likc a ..tutindor stroke;" from it there ted him in the State whereupon, Go v. ehould hinder but the lack of lime? riscs da pj1ar of c0U(i by jay anj ji(rIcr niakc3 hm Attorney General Aud if they have time, wliy not go . i ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 February 1856

BT O. H. WOBDElf ft J. R. CORNELIUS, II c. IIICKOK, OtusFonins Eorroa. f. I5i S56. fWL4i4 n tbe 0h Prrtem, hu the larjrMt and Lett ctrcujUon of nj NMtjpaiir ui Union Count', 2.T!i Arawin Nation ! Potmen, tn nommiiO -ndi-tistrt foe Prt.iifcDt ami Vi I'mnL nnrt at l uii AiXi'iux, hd.ty, tVt. if.., .Fnnnnlvunia Inii,tir Ptxte CmTntivn. ti nam tnat rnlil:tte fr Cnn ( 'oiDn;ieioiir burror iaTJ, ud Awtttnr Of-nersJ, Mmii.Bi:Ha, TufftJar. March 4, tlVmorratir Kattatml O nvcntidn, to minjuu hw 4at W1 Vic iret ii-nt, 'ispnriTl, Monday, June 2,lftA. riEBCE...TfO. J. It is not doulited that Trca't Tierce is a candidate for re-tlcction.and that lie is using all means which he thinks proper to advance that end is equally evident. He seems to think moreover that to secure the South will be to ensure his success. Hence his out-of-thc way and labored efforts to argue the cause of Slavery and denounce all Anti-Plavcry sentiment and action, in his Annual Message, lleace his Spe cial Message soUdy to ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 February 1856

.1 i : . " t.. . I 1 uteroRitTt nv sim, , i r;.hun.w Co.Pa. iinnriwiji,u - .i- - - TKMM&-t.Hrr- - '" "-. ; attteMtmUbrlMirrtnrta' n-rin. Tn.0D; uwnip.yforfotu.7Jtr.ididj for tt.t mooth,I dol. for .tren WKmlus. a dol: .6 j.,4c aie p;tf try tn .ii (pmH) nnind in gold, iutc .tamps or n '' Tia.h.. m kij. rie a the oat m When Ihn liino CXVirt. ,,fr .liifh S lPdrU paid, (tinlca we bate a runniui; account it w V .... .11: I J r.n .f. ft.. AnytA ItauUAXiineiy jiuwimi-u, ' juar on. track, 25 cU i-' li after in.-i Hen. .. a n i-.r aia montha, 4 dol. per yi-ar. '"'"rr::: "r not oniefourU. of a column, 10 d -1. r--r im . mit 1. f M-d upon. A .-iurr 1. W l'.u. S of OUllMt w or IS f n-xt turner. Ad. rti-rim nt f a donoillr'n(t toducj. nd Urg" cula. not aamitiM. Communication. dcirM on t i ira t:f -nrral iT.t. rft Hot IU.In the nip of prti7Jtn or wl.iri;i iniwi, d tmnpuM l'J the writer-. rl imntb nl ldmi5. Th MAONKTICTKUXIUAI'H ilu.i.t.J inl!i-"ffl"? et the Okr.kjtnUb oftdi Iwrt in.IK.rUnt Niw...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 February 1856

VI - ii w ii f V". If -. ' U i f Tie Rowd'- Song of Life. Shun the dull tray of moral men. Curie all ih se old Commaudincuu Tea Whose prai?es oft are sung. Learn not the use of mind or pea. But go-it while you're young. Attend hiTse rac;s, bel and treat. Upbraid each bonest man yon meet. And though oy conscience nui.g Swear that good liquor's haH to beat. And go-it while you're young. Heap sorrow on yonr aged sire, la whom raisfoitaue's grief ujjSI dirs liath e-ery nerve unstrung, Co hou a-hsd and never tire, Yes, go-it while you're young. Let mjtlier strive your soul to save. Make sister unto grief a slave. Their hearts with anguish wrung. Then tumble in a drunkard's grave Be a gme-er while you're young ! Anecdotes. Father M'lvcr was one of the worthiest of the l'resb) trrian clergymen in the South, but, lite bis aociiittm, very much set in Li own. way. lie came from the fcicotcb, and it wag one of hit fori fit hora who prayed at the opening of Oue of their ecclesiastical court, " ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 February 1856

BURG CHRONIC LEWIS BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. An In-dependent Family and News Journal, TIIIRTY-FIVI2. Tas itm or kh'i ur u nuts sgurs is tt. BY N. IV WILU9. Oh. weary heart ! thon art halfway borne! ; Wetland on lilVi Wfrniiati bi,:lit A far fr"fa ebiMltood i mnrotnir, otnmt Am to tin jrawr'a lustful uicht. Gi Youth ami Hope a parting U-ar Yoalh tartr4 with a at the prow Him promised but to brioR ui hn, Aod Beaton Uke th RUt'lanr n: On backward look the lat the lact Ooe .ileal tear for Youth la parti Wh auea with nope and Piuwion bak! H'btf oonm wiih me and Memory on ? Oh. lonely looka the downward track Joy', niUKtc buihed H"pf' nwi goo I To Pleasure and hr giddy troupe Farewell, without a a e or t-ar! Rut heart ui way. and spirits droop. To think that Iti may U-mv hcivl Ilave we uo charm wIk-o Youth i flown Midway to death left sad and Iuel Yet, stay! 'twere a twilljrht tar That snda itt thread arrws the waTe, I aea a bribleuinft liirht from tr Steal down path b-yond the frraTe! And...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 February 1856

Lcwisbunr Chronicle and West Branch Fanner I cb. 22, Iy(. Trv i ryi i reir..jit iima I.i'tii'tluturr M - .b U tk 'I HHAII Al it 1L I'm ill! U-J lllllll lL ! I- tLo Senate proceedings of the 9 lL . . inst., we liud tliat Mr. Welsh, from the! Jocks iu connection T o. N. wotEEH b j. B. coaNiuus. ! committee oq new counties, reported, as ! course of tiJc?. illustrates. hchickoR, comiikwmwj f,,it. j committed, a supplement to the act crect- FtB. 2'2, lSol'i. j iuS tte county of Snyder. t. .,. .it,.-Th. l-.u. . ' u '"v r'""": """ let. Heatiso. The Salem Register re-1 Ktt 1IITS & i:l'i;tHK UKS oC I MOV roUBlf, ly tjie UmtiiH- .1, marks: "The accumulation of ice iu tin, and Trcasnrr r ol said Cuiif. from Uie lir-i day t.t January, 1.. to lie. Cr.1 day "I , , ., ... I of Januarv. JMafi lleiirv Solomon, E--q-, i reasiirer. , , ! docks, m connection With Verv lush' .....-.. , '. n .r CVuMfv 7.'.ita if- Lfi'iet Jr the year Itiiio, tnouinij me anunnu i inrgnr, me amvnni Utaiaii, .Ifrutaartit...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 February 1856

Cfet ffaMSPut. IjrOaiflC,! . - . j (tltnZ Fritlayt, at lrewi-lur.j, UitiuH (Vi.V '' vr. E ' i"s:-ai. I at th ram rate ' !' i"-ti'L Thus ' u .ill pr for four ou,Dilis,:s cts (or ?ii months. 1 M. for ight Klht, 4. aiAte "-"a. l"i fr ..., tc. yinjloNo.VSrt.. ryltinl! I T nUiUl i'' reecirrJ l plA poVtare rtsmrei. or "k uotts here. Most kireto Pmd.ire r.eeil .t IbeOtt..-.. SWBen tin time llr-, t -I'l'l' '"P"' U' (wile n hare running mimmiO it i. SroI'l'KD. aTmirr b.nd-inielT i.ubli.hr.1, i :.0 rtr. per tq.art m sreek, eta ft'r """"" -! rkalltlis. Idol, per jwr. nlf lr Vi t. IS eta. 2 .l IM Io,...r-l.'lA'-"'- M-reh.uU.4e. not 0-r.r ena-To-mb of anion. 10 d I. I- r v.r. OU.er tMi ie. as 1 1 may 1 urn. A fqire i ii up aulltlt type, or 10 of Beit larpT. Commaniearton. --ir-I en wpi- uf su.rl i,.t. r. -t ot wilbln tin rn of r"" OT -'-"" D i.t.-t,ud ,c.miiHl bj the .ril' rrl .'"- "J !-lr-- Th. mUNKTlCTBLSUBAril W J rflh.Cr..l'" " " iI":u'tv, la adtsiiec oftlie I'U14- lil. Couecf-J wilb thr OK ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 February 1856

RATHER TOUCH. The following story was told in Santlua l, Ohio, and appear in the Maasillon Newsy which Bays ; A party of yosng men in that ancient city amuse their leisure moments at the hotels in drawing a long 'ow, or telling wonderful yarns to each other for the benefit of those apparently verdant who may happen to come in from other parts. Tbey tried the effect of a few extraordina ry woll stories upon a venerable and sedate customer not long since, who had come to spend the night at the best hotel, and ha listened to them with mach apparent sur print and interest until their stock appear ed to hare run out and the conversation flagged, when he remarked that he had been mach interested in the news they had given him, relative to the primeval in- habitants of that country ; but regarded aa vent in his early life as more peculiar than any they had named. Said ha : " When a young man I was traveling in western New York, and late of a stormy night applied at a log cabin for lodging....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 February 1856

BURG CLE BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 185G. At $1,50 Per Tear, always ix Adtaxck. CHBQN LEWIS (.oaTN IHCNalaB Oil TlaCIU. BT ClKUi WILTOX. God's blessing on them ! those old saiuts Who battled hard and long, Who cleft in twain a stabborn chain. And conquered Might and Wrong! O Time ! revere their sancity , Nor let their glory cease, Tor by moilal victory They sealed immortal peace. God's blessine on them those stouthcarts, In these advancing days. Who seek to guide the Progress' stride From Error's countless ways ! O be their track a track of light, The onward march of man. The wise to shape our steps aright The good to lead the van ! God's blessing on them one and all, Of every rank and clime, Who strive to aid the stern crnaile Against the growth of Crime ! O be their names a rallying cry For ages yet to come, A word whose echo shall not die Till nature's self be dumb! l)c gljroniclc. FBI DAI", ri'.ll. "29, 1 .". Reliable 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. — 29 February 1856

(I B.C. niCKoK.OuisroxMm tint. uuki M tia cash sy.t-m. hu thr i.nr-tt and Lnt ' r Nrwsya-r in I lid m I ..H.H, .-....T.-.7iT ,JTr 7- 1 fa, .iiaarl.ania IK-iatwraue iis Cuim-nlion, to ntsn. ,BmU sawdusts fc-r HnuiMiHuer, gunrjor ttsaaral, asas Auditor Usnsial. iiuniMtu, toit, vrA , aa.raDn;lTaDla L'akin NouiiuUng (utiBli.m, hkmm u, u.an.j.;. Muct 2A. km tni.jrr.tir KatKm.1 lian.nuon. to uuuiioata l-rca- iwul and V'icv krttW-nU vTI. Moadar, Jana 2, 185. Pail.utU.pau, Tut-aday, Jus 17, fAaU-iTwy Auterimn natii; t.'oi.-atitn, uxtox or ri.r.i:l.ii:x for the Sake of the Union. Anti-Xational Administration Slate Con tention. The on.Wgncd, Members of the Leg- Mature of IVnnpvlvania, Laving been . - licited by their fellow-citiar n, in different part of the Commonwealth, to devise a plan of united action, by which all oppos- d to the detractive policy aud principles t.f the National Adnimintratiou may co-op- crate m the support of a State Ticket, re- spcetfully mvitc all who are in f-ror of ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 February 1856

3 gm, s .a tf, . I I VtRAIMTir AT SlKAK. -A. friend at L9f jC0)l5Unr VLIjrOnirif, Harrislurg, who we .hall designate as tn AM IKaF.PtSHIST FMIItT .-WserKS, 3' C5lh Fell. : IstHfd FrUay,at L'vistnirj'itSunCi.Pa. j y0ur comspnn.lpnt ' reports mar-rcjr.s-4ijir w W u e.ra rs rrwt-nd ''t price at from iJO to 50 per cent, below t th mm rate for loop or shorter pi-rind. Thiu-M) the rates the people here are romM-Urd to eta will pay .r .ar mwrtlis,: cts tr itl Months, 1 del. , j,ay j ailj CCl'U'lU articles Uailicd, iusteatl farifhBlhi.tdol.(i.irt!t.ninonthi.Sdl.f..rl.o (- i - , mp,, JilVii-uk to La trot at rars,Ae. Single Ho. a oti. Payments by imil (puiil) Swppl.aiJ mU ...n.... . I.. .. L. n. .1... , t V.. ir valn.bera. Most VinJ Prolm r"cri..J at ttipOfilre. V h.n the lima rxpirra, iruh a rnp-r u rail, luutvap wc uavwr m rwuinun aiwiii i it, i a bu. Aprnnsif-TS handiuip!r pul-liplipit. at f.9 rts p'T fapjara one wei-k, i cts vai-h aili-r iuK'Hinn, 'i Jul. fir ais tnonUis, a dul. pr y.ian ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 February 1856

that the Magnetic Telegraph docs tut mud turtle we muit drink whisker because the semi-barbarians of aa hundred years go, dJ the full-hlooded barbarian! of three hundred years ago, drank it ! Away then, with joor sour k rout and roast tur keys, for our ancestors lived on raw wood clucks and blackberries ! Away with your well fitting garment and ci)iutur'.1 1 homes, for our ancestors went naked, and lived in caves ! Away with your laws and your religion, for our ancestors had the pear and tbo battle axe for the one, and altars red with the gore of Lumtin sacrifice for the other 1 Away with Art and Sci ence and Liberty I Away with all that elevates man above the brute, and devel opes the god-like attributes of his nature for they were unknown to our ancestors and bring back ignorance, superstition and iron heeled oppression, for they are consecrated by the lapso of hoary ages ! la not that the idea of the Senator, shorn of its tinsel, and exposed in all its naked ugliness and feeble d...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 March 1856

CHRONICLE LEWISBURG i BY O. N. WOEDEN & J. AS ISPErESDEXT FAMILY AXD C-4 oesf-esvoe-vwoeeseo-- c..:-- esev" Js fs 5, S . 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 y i i s s s ' : SL9 . I II c 1 1 ' i i ii i 1 1 ' l-S,?MS,,'5SS,3,,'?-,;l 1 w Id S 5 s " ' C3 S2?5,900909 3Q9n3S9C -is. ) " " ; d'l s jt?r!!-! :--, Ilea's i r ei '.'-a " o a a e a p K-o1? i 2ttJ "t ' uZmBa ' eaa- " gj o H .a i o 1 I o J o w (53 I ; J s 2 7 ? 3 13 S 2 3 - - i 1 . i -r - ' j - - - - . , V - l)c I)roniclc. FRIDAY, MARC II f, ISS6. CHASE.-An alteration lias been made in the time table of the Express 1 train on the Uatawissa road, incj Express for Niagara now passes Dan ville at 12.23 P.M., and the Express for Philad. at 3.30 P.M. This makes the mails a little later at Milton and Lewisburg. Columbus, Feb. 28. The Legisla ture of Ohio in joint convention to-day re-elected lion. Be.vj. F.Wade to the United States Senate for six years. The vote stood, Wade 102, Todd 30, scattering 2. He is a Republican Ben Wade ("been weighed) and not ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 March 1856

Lcwisbun: Chronicle ami West Branch Farmer March 7, James B. Hamlin, A .Hun rluui Krintil) ! fr Mjricl'iiu A'je '. Oronidr. mocratic State Convention. Ktl-rAl., lt .id J t-ii.ee our i, the Seuatii Committee reported unauimou.. i vino- . . . i f January, 1S3I Henry Solomon, Km, Treasurer. i ! ."OUioe on Second St. wt side, two tnUUie IIaihm Jill: ;. March 4. Ti crati. C.. ,. ,0 -Ut McfP.u- l aSiust ,Le bi ' AV .. M ,h. rnr f,wi!, the ,,mH,t , . .... .,, . - in.f finder county : and tbo House bill to i J jWki ,, .--. Tax, cmmum, im.ii.rJikw,""-"' to ll,e Ih-.oncratic -National Convention in ,J ,. J' . , ,i -.-..-,.. Amuntoh.r. Ai.vt Am ..int".. -.-I. -o.-.io.i...i.. ru-m-rati ... . Hn i , . . ,i, ! niter tlio line sci as to remove the seat ot ,,,.. r.t cot,ty. k T..a. couuiy. !-ta-e.i-unty. m-ic ou..t tim .nnati.an 1 also to Dominate candidates . .., m-tri.-ti. cm"""- mm uiuij.h - . ihe amount j0,,r wiuh ol Maiket, L,c lliii K, .. j " i,,r.l Union to. Pi. J. li. '...ltl-.. I. E. UOIUt...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 March 1856

I Clje ftoisbnrg Cirofliclf,! Isnud Fridayat L'triJvrj7l'uion Cf.Pa. j TF.kMS.-f HO jr j.-ar, tw u rsn ia Atra'scc o 1 at Um mm rate fjr a l-er or shorter pvrinrt. Thui, 60 U will paj fir ft'iir viotiihi,7 ct for nix mmth, 1 fr rifbl month. 2 dl. fir lixteM mouths. 3 Uol. tor two tr. Hnlr No.'p. 5 cts. rTmrn1 ljr mail H, rtcrirvd ia gold, postage rtauips, or bank not- t lUir valua bora. Must kmU I'ruJucu r.-civptj al th- yln-. t3,nfQ time eirw, f.-r wlmL a .aper U paid. (unifMfl t bat a runuius ktouui," it i 5TtriKH. AtKETlcitr.3iT ItanOjoDiel imUL-hM, at 60 eta pr quao one wak, 2i ctu vaIi aMvr iuwi t.n. 3 d 1- f r sis ui - ir.ir - . "'.ta i ilwl, 3 Jul. TwttUartt 1, 4.m, M rrlunts.!.-. j Dot otjt od-fourth of a f'.lumn. 10 J'l. p r ycr. mlier mitet lc. an may 1 jrrvv.i ui"n. A fuitmr' i 1- of tmal'vtt trj-p. r 16 of n-t lar'T. AittTl-in. ui. of a ' 4i-raoraIizinK trultiy. u I Urgf cut. tvt wluiittfJ. Cotnmnnications .-inI on todies f ;cni:ral iiitTi t ( not within the range of lar...

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 March 1856

cpcriuirtited with it in various field and (.arjen crops, tJ possess a value equal to I bat of the best guano, even when mixed with half its bulk of garden mould. 13y mixiDg the excrement of hens with muck, or well decomposed peat, and saturating tin' whole with urine, or diluted sulphuric a;. , a compound of great energy will be found, and which, when applied to the purposes of vegetable enrichment in tbe ordinary way, will insure the best and must salutary results on any crop. Goose Duno, although possessing, in its crude state, qualities highly uncongeni al and even deleterious to plants, is never theless endued with principles which ren d.r it capablo of being transformed to a good and salutary manure. To secure tl.ts result, it may be thrown into a heap, after being previously saturated with water in which salt Las been dissolved, and mix ing it with Cue caustic lime, gypsum and wood ashes, one bushel of the three last ingredients, in equal proportions, t9 six bushels of the ex...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 March 1856

LEWIS BUEG CHRONICLE .1 hi li Bt O. N. WORDEN & An Independent Family At the request of many Teachers and friends of Education in Union, Snyder, Northumberland and Montour counties, imilar to those established by law in New York and other States, will be held at LEWISBURG, to commence on Mosday, the 31st March inst., and close Friday evening of the next week. Prof. S. R. SWEET, of New York, the founder, and for many years successful conductor of Teachers' Institutes, has been engaged as Principal. lie will tie aided by eminent educators, both at home and from abroad. The Institute will be organized Into a regular school during each day, and scientific and practical instruction given in the Elementary Sounds of the English Language, Grammar, Punctuation, Composition, Geography and Mapping, Mental and Written Arithmetic, elements of the higher Mathematics, and the Natural Sciences. BEADING, ENUNCIATION, and ELOCUTION, will be made a daily exercise under the charge of a distinguish...

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 March 1856

7 Tftuinlmni Cjirnnirlr. ST O. m. WOhDtN 4t J. B. CORNELIUS. B r lltCKOK, CuinRm Biimau March 14, 1850. fe - ?f 4ej .--The Lkvimuu Cnft'Xicu. ib.frhM tt rah Pvi.U'tD, the lrct and bait lruUtton of awj -..papr in Uftin oimty. 9.renBylTuiia TnVa Snmlnufine rooTentioi-, H vutiserR. UtiM-Klny. Msn-h ?, is:,; 0)TrmXTntir Xtttoaal ' net-out, b ftowJioate 1tm1 iai and Vice Prwide-nt, Citumtati, Monday, June 21&a6. WBcpabtieaa 5tlni Nomina tin Convention. 1'uujinu.i'nu, Tuixtay. Jun 17, ISM vuan&&t.pry AtnT-rrau N'ntninntinr Convrntkin, Ntw TMtK. TtmrKlay, June 13, ISM i'-o-Sf'ivry Amrrimn Ticket. Ft r Er.ncrr M I LL A RT FTI.UMoRR, r-f Sw Yortr. Vuk i'latji-tr A.NbUr.W J. luNfcLb-N,M Iobuvum Ptnnmlvatu'a Democratic Ticket, CmiL fhmmittimvTtEt'ifUiK HXVTT. of 0lirrabia Co. .Ad.ffr wrti JACOR PPT, of Mot. Lg. .m.-ry Co. Mtrvmr -wrtt Tl OTH V I V tift, of Pott' r Co. UXION OF FREKMEN for the Sake of the Union. Ati-National Administration Stale Con vention. Tbe citizens of Union co...

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