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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 January 1857

Li:VJSIUJJi(tr ClimmCLE WEST mtANCIL rAJLMEIJ. JANUARY :J0, 18-37. Cljf fcujBbarn (Oiranicle, 1W Ffii:j,ti . -nsi.av, i : v- r- yjfj vJ1.j i r year. I ' li rt!:1 is .t tb. uwrittU -r r . t-T I- '1 Hill-. -' J '.. 1 I. ! ... ..ii n.v f..r lour iie nili-. ii. f. : - :u ' f. .-ht arnttu. - ' t '"'' ' r"' ...ais-ic. s-itit:- N" . :s. lyvm -iii . ' m n : " ' r.tvir,-! in flil. p.'"-'- -tami -. r ..... !- " i; -atu. hep. M.sl iiin.ls IV" hi. r " ' ' '' ' .-WI,.u the time. V'f r r " V ' '" (aiiic.-. r h.itr m ruiiuiii.: - ll l',"K'1 ADVEUllifclN l.an.ls in v t-n ':-!' ', ' ' .l"' I' V-'i enan- on" -3 ' t- ''a' ' ujiitliv 5 ,1 -1 pery.nr. IIyl it.4U T..4r-.-;'--over ..lie !..ur 'I'1""- ' , ; '. (. M r '...,.. Xc. ,i r IU ' -HunKvst lv, ii'' 1'' ' rf. moraiuli' trr.i'ae-. x: I ir.-r ,1 t.i.-.i i'- . fa ConmuniNtions d-die I (-! " " ,' I H..t w.lliiu tit" i.H'f 1 ' :" n .11 r !':.:." " i - --"' womi-anii J ! l.- - ''' ' ' ' " ' " The MA'ISLTlf Tr.S.I ...tAIMI t - ! ' '' ef!VCV. V. I V .1 .' i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 January 1857

JU I" I "All DKPrNiMON the Kklkhos." A . James F. Linn. J. Merrill Linn Minister of no Episcopal cliurch not far ! T p & J. JI. LINN, from Huffal", started to fulfil n appoint ment in a distant town. Ha Lad driven hut a few miles when lie discovered that Li borne was quite lame, and be deemed it beat to stop for the night. In a short time be camo to a firm house, in front of which a man considerably advanced in years wat. standing, when the following conversation took place Miuisier. "Cau you t xt:..: ".' 11m. .T friend. . I It I'll.1 VtM J ' . . I J , how far it is to a public house ?" 'If you rcean a tavern.Miater, it's about J . t enty mil ; but if you tueau a house ot twet. entertainment, we have oue ourselves Minister. "Ah, very pood, my horse is quite lame, as you see, aud I am somewhat fatigued myself. Can you accommodate us for the night ?" "Wal, yes, wo can accommodate you, but if you are a elergytnan, I must tell you that the fare you will get depends ou your religion....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 February 1857

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE 0 0. N. WORDEN, J. R. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. As Indepexpen-t Fa mi it and News Journal. ESTABLISHED IN 1343....WHOLE NO., 66'J. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1857. At $1,50 Pbk Year, always is Advance. la x i i : Ij v i : i s t i: ii, on the Belh of his Child. The Bnstun Trarrlrr slates that II n.Binn M'ubstek. at more than one permit of his life, (Uliied with the Muses. In ItS5, he had the misfortune to lose a son, three yeais of size, named C4iii.F.s,reresenteal lo have povsrveJ s'ngiilar attractiveness of mn.tl anil character even at that early age. On tliat occai-,Mr. Webster enclosed the folloa-m? touching and thoughtful lines in a letter to his wite. Mr sin ! thou wast my heart's nVIitrht. Thv morn of life was fay and cheery: That morn has rushed to sullen iiis;!it. Thy father's house is sad and dieary. I held thee on my knees, my ti ! And kissed ihee lauguirifr,ki ,! tliec neepiiic; U it. ah .' thy little day is done. Thou'rt -ih thy 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. — 6 February 1857

I ! '1 ITrmishrg Ijrniiirli Tm Hn.iirt, .llrn.-Tn. Lrwumi , rainneu. pahhati.1 Ih. Cah .-b-m. hn the larratt u4 Ua e)twiilJ.ra.iv Nnapapar I .ton V..ntI. MiscHrir. An exclusive "American" nl no exclusive "Republican" State Con vention Lave beeu called, ly men who mm k learned do wisdom from last fall'i Uanons. But, is far u we see, the large mars of the Opposition is determined to be Dot misled by any impracticable men engaged in this hopeless division. They are determined to work for effective good, and trut their represenatives in the Legis lature will lead tie way. t&'Vt have received from Pres. Mal cmn the Catalogue of the University at Lewisburg, fur the curent year. It reports G5 in tLe Collegiate and 71 in the Acade mic Department. The members of the Female loftitute are not included, as they furnish a separate Catalogue. The Uni versity enif l..js 7 Instructors, and the Female Institute has 5. Next season, the Kuivereity and Institute edifices will be finibhed, and pres....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 February 1857

em, I i I .. die ffiDisbnru l)rontclf, ah mMBwn tutu vcwiMrxft, Ttsnri FriJavat LrwUturfi,Culon Ot.Pa. : TEKMVV nwyiwr.ro dc Fit! KVtKvrr. an t lb mb rat r toar or hOTter penM. Thus M u will pay for four month. 7& cu fur x mnihu. I lol- : for itit o"ntb, dol. for ii.teen Dion Hit. 8 dol.f.T t feara, Ac- tSina-le No.'a, 6 1 Pajnivnits by m til (paid ' rre.ei ui Kuid, potage rUm, or haul. ncU' at irwir value here. Maft kinds Traduce irflvd at the t.iififc. J f.Whcii the time eipin. fr which VVj aiJf ! (utile we bT ft runuiug ancouut) it is MutTKL ADTUTluxtm hntUomelv7paWiihd. at M t-t fr , quarts oa work. 2,S rtji ra- h after ioneitit-ti- "I del ' ! uontb, dot per ymr. Half jrr-an. lfr a : dol,3dl. Twoqurc l5tMW.;tf. c tw over on-fourth of a enlumu, 10 d-l. per vrmr. Olbrr ; wis Ac. a. may be aprd apm. A -.juarv is 1. Iiih- r . sjmnallet tviw, or 16 t.f next -iv. AJ. rti-rni.u 0r a oioraliii'u UtMlency, -nJ large cut, not sVlmitu-tl. Comraunicationa dci.e.1 nn tic nfiwral iott ' m...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 February 1857

JU J t f.Sj IS' Tor tb 3wiabarc Chronicl. Mrs. Penn and her Boyi. Old Tbr u old la"!, who lived on a fern, phv d.4 dm; giod thiopL, and l-ot littl barm ; With hT fern mad b-r workshop, ph'd ptoutj to do, And h bad a bi, Irtmblrsoiw family, Uo. - (Kod Djbo livmTLTAxiA i for that tra Ler name. And r mlfhty food MOck, Duh and vgUh,elMciire,) Was a bard working maoagio?, thrifty old wife, And aa kind, too, as ever you uw in your life. But Bk.-Jwlur Jimmy, aonn-bodr. f r fun. Hud dnbbrd lb o!d U-iy'l d-ar irortt hd ;" And that made bim prond. and be put on hU sirt. And peked hi noav into hit fnotuer'a affair. Ttte time now com f-r .oe one to t wiit Who tb old lady's wtte could well rrprraaut In a lofty anil dignified hib cou vocation Winn all Ui flr .aairf of wealth and of SUtlnn Fbould each bare two crnttemen, n-nlL and true. To ex amine old contra- tn, or make tht-m anew. w York, MaMcbuaetta, Kentucky, Ohio, HeriJea PoaylTnia full tea tim-a a trio Had aant up tbeir ageota. authentic an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 February 1857

LBWISBURG CHRONICLE 0 ESTABLISHED IN 1SI3....WHOLE NO, 870. O. N. WORDEX, J. R. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. An In-dependent Family an-it News Jocbxal. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1857. At $1,50 Per Year, always is Advance. VL. late nunibrr f the Xaiimal Era ' has a poem by Miss WilirTlKK, evincing family likeness to her celebrated brother j "J.G.W." the Quaker poet. Millions of j heirt. will respoud to tbe prayer of the fair Quakeress in the following lines ; j Or. Kane In Cuba. ! A noble life is in thy care. A sacred trust to thee is girrn ; j Brifht Island! let thv healing air j lie lo him as the breath of heaven. The marvel of his daring life ; The self-forgetting leader bold j 8lirs, like the trumpet's call to strife, j A milium hearts of meaner mould. I Eyes that shall never meet his own, i Look' dun with tears across the sea, j Where, from the dark and icy zone. ' Sweet Isle of Flowers! he comes to thee. ; Fold him in rest, oh, pitying clime! Give hack his wa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 February 1857

Xraiisfc&nj CJironirl. O. If. WOEDEW, J. B. COHNELIUg k E. SMITH. Maitrl m the ."h SjeUin. hu the larreH and beat MiMn offcoY Nfwpxr in tni-. CowntT. Union Couutv Court! at l....al.Me next week. There is not preparatfon made far occupvin the Court Room a., of , oM ,.,. k ; "j v. j r ed 00 old accouul-or any who are dis- posed tj patronize the cW,iVr f,.r the future will find this a good chance to end or bring in their money. Tuesday evening, Rpubliu meetin-. - BJa oar first pao will he fjunJ wbt h ecknowlcdgej to be the full letter f Mr. Been a nan. in refcreuce to the election of L. o. ceuator. J be ou'y eicuae j . . M . wa bare yet seen advanced in nfersuce to 1 i r f ratj e to i this extraordinary production, is, that 'l wis a "prhaic" letter. The question at j T.... it i.i ... M : ! nee arises: ii vuuiu tue i icMucut icci so lar inrerlcrc at to write eren a pri ate letter ? Itut Mr. Buchanan gives ex press liberty to Mr. Mott to communicate bis views to all he thought proper...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 February 1857

1:1 I 1a trisburft, ltt. Friday Morning, Feb. 13, 1857 ADVBKTI.:. Ma.OTarsnr. -iv....... pwic nm-n in oty runtry. Puwuh.i- all who with to b.v or ..11 wi.uld du w.llto employ lbe lumu of the Lrtciti'urf vur -nKit. wh.ch b. irj! i'"0"u'."'r:,"7r"'. ' ar-e twi.prrti" of Mint .lit ur.sluoere, cwiuuier ad tfoAlem. a uy ifl State. see cw .dvertlsjei.ieieisj. I- The Luilding lot offered f"r sale ' j Mr. Meixell in our columns to day, ia cer ainly a most delightful and sifhtiy I"ca tioo "overlooking a ninny imperfec tions," and perfections too, as auy to he had. An excellent, well finished house ia tilsn otf.rcd, at a very low rate, in New Colum bia vi'lage, by Mr. Ketlcr. Jgy-M'CAUTT, Ainbrotypi-t an ! D-i- I guerrcotyi i-t, is taking a lsrr.e n:initr of excellent pictures, in the room nest the Chronicle and Telegraph offices. Cull and ' ee. Wlteno 1" rvt liinjr iaru aiuuiig urn New Advertisement", thin week. X0T1CK A meeting of the J.L-wi-Vur Ilenublicaii Associii'ioii, will be lieM i Au...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 February 1857

TWO LOVE STORIES, "eadla well." Once upon lime, maidea Sal beneath aom kind of tree, Apd her lover, close beside her. Murmured vows of constancy. Fairer, sweeter lhao the blossoms Hanging over her was she, Aud her heart withio her bosom Throbbed and glowed tumulluously. Both were young, and fond, and tender, Neither rich, the story goes ; Ma was proud, and Pa was mulish. Great their love, and great their woes. So they kissed, and wept, and parted. Vowing ever to be true. Was the maiden broken-hearted t Was the lover faithful too 1 Pshaw she wed a wealthy banker, (Rainor whispered she was sold,) And no city dames out-rank her. With her pockets full of guld ; Reigning belle of every party, Decked with lace and jewels rare. Looking fresh and very hearty, Moves the victim of despair. He confound the little fellow ! Took a widow twice his years. Fat and forty, ripe and mellow. With a brace of little dears j Big plantation, servants plenty. Splendid mansion, pomp and ease. Cured the boyis...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 February 1857

LEWIS 0. N. WORDEN, J. K. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. An Independent Family and News Journal, THE CHRONICLE.1 Lcsvisblirg Hank. We noticed luatwcek that after the bill to alter the name and enlarge the -i f .1, . T au i l,r.r :ivili" ,.nviloges of the Lewis buij, -iu'r Intitutiou had passed the Senate, its -rn-ro! u-ns impeded until answers should bo received to certain intciro-; i.... t... it.n s.nntp - patones pro.. .u. - - . Committee ou Bank., and .nailed to that Institution (with others applying far similar privileges) on the day ot the t.as-;.-'C of the bill. An answer to '. nmnititlv the interrogatories wa piomptl) , returned, which we pre-miiL 1"" blocked up seveial time, (which is some satisfactory, as the House Committee ,,jng verv unuual for us,) and the ther on B inks have reported for passage urometer has been 2G dcg. below zero here, the Lcwisburff aud other Banks. j J some degrees lower on the prairies. It is agreed on all hands that some ! 1I'- 1 . :J , ......, , ........

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 February 1857

'II X'rmisbnrg Cjjronirlc. 9. V. WORDEN. J. H. CORNELIUS k E. SMITH. V HwifMptf tVnf.-Tht I.i-wmiri.o Oaiu-xieir. twit-Mi ftiv Nrw.afr in I nl'-n (V-mtttT. ""cOUH'rVKKK. On Friday and Saturday last, there were arguments before Judge Wilson on the civil lint. Nrw Tuvv.vship. Final action vra? taken for the establishment of a new t'twnshi. named I.KWls by JnJire Wilson, from the eat end of Hartley township. The now township is 12 miles in length, and 2 brond at the south end, nnd a little narrower nt the north, puffin ir; by nr thro'ih the Jirown st.hool liotifC and Ju llnwer's residence within Inlf a mile of Uar tleton, taking in all of the W. Heer Turnpike and reaching thuT .SjiruiiT It includes about lUO rotors, and a portion of the very liet lands in old Hartley, as well as som.; mountains. ' The first election to be at the house of John Ueish ; Jacob Urouehcr, Judge of Elcction.nnd Jackson Morningstar and Jacob IlilbMi, Inspectors. Court House. The following was ' adopted unanimo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 February 1857

LEArISBUPiG CJItiOMCLE & WEST' BRANCH FARMER-FEBRUARY 20, 18-57 AX I7(DIPK!DST FAMIIT !thWI. kPEK, luwil Frufar9tat LsirUhurtj. I'nion On. Pa. 1 TKHVti $l.tn per yxr, t ur run is AMicr-nl I Uta ut rule f"T loBtrtY or ehori.tr p-i.od. Tlntp, .'' t will pay for fvur nu'DtL-t, cU tur an moiiO.". I fr ilil month.., 2 for mtcn iti..utl. a J.rl.fir i" r-ars,tc fciur V, a rU. I' m-nt by mtl ft'-" i ftvif 1 in foid. potnc ""tampa, or lutnk U"t"-n nt tl.'-tr i valua bera. Mut kiuda rrosiiif t U-oOflice. eVWhen the tiro p.ra, I t which w t'al, (anlMC we havo a ruuniu avo..nt i it i :. . il'l'tX AjTMtTWkMUiTS hanJii'mIy"piiMil'-! at .u ci pw rqtwrr wKk.'2S cuwh aftr initi-i. , i .i.-i f r .. la mt hi, 6 doi. rw-r yar. tl , 3J ,1 TnniMre-1 U"- Stl Mfieliauu. o?it ont-fourlli of a column, l' Uol. P-r v r t a ma 1 PtriwJ Mn. A pi v i". l.i,:.,f ntl lr;f. A iT rti-'-m iim-r: .(a .-inorahxiuc toJOi-y. nd Ur cat, not aJin.tt.-J. Communications leirel on topics of a,.tirrl inU-r.t wot vill.iu Uit...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 February 1857

JUL ' 4 Maiden Hi-solutions. Oh ! I'll te'.l you of a fellow, r a fellow I have seen. Who is neither white nor yellow. But i altogether preen ! Then his name it isn't charinin;, For it's only common "liii! And he wishes me to wed nun, But I hardly think I will! He has (old me of a cottage. Of a cottage 'moug the trees. Don't yon think the silly gawky rt;u'iiblei down upon his knees 1 While the tears the creature watted Were enough to turn a mill And lie hegi-d me to accept h.in, 1J ut I hardly thiuk I will! Oh! he whispered of devotion, 4 if devotion pure and deep. But il seemed u very ail.y, Th it I ne.ir y fell asleep! And he think it w.iuld be pleasant. As ue j.ianiry down the lull, Tn if.i luiil in hand togi'thrt, Bui I harJiy lU.i.k t will! He was here last ni;ht to see me, AuJ he nude so Ion? a May, I began to think (he blockhead .Never meant to go away. Ai first I learned to hate him. And I know I hate him still ? Yet he urged me haul to have lain. Hut 1 har ily think I will....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 February 1857

IEWISBU RG C RON CLE 0. N. WORDEN, J. K- COKNKLIUS & E. SMITH. . - An Ixdepkvdkxt Family and News Jourxal. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1857. ESTABLISHED IN 18-13.... WHOLE NO., 672. At $1,50 Piiit Teak, always i.v Advance. The E.ast Election "Hie Issue, and the Decision. Live Within Tour Income. If it were possible to beat a bar of Cue gold into letters, no better or more iustruc- 4n-e are requested to state whether the late Presidential Election rvnoRSED or UEPL'DIATED the Pierce Administration, with the proof of our , tive words could be formed with those lot- nnnition : also the exact, full vote. We have done this so often, that one ! ters than the four we bave just written. pvnosition we hone mav suffice for all. The present is an extravugant age. First The REPUBLIC V or Fremont organization declared in Luxuries are daily multiplying. The temp their Declaration of Principles, at the outset, a, follows : j W .o n- um.... ,;..n f li.:..,,tH, assemM.-d in pu...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 February 1857

Xriuislmrg CJjnmirlr. O. 9. WOBDEH, 1. H. COBNEUn ft E. SMITH. T ffissfsSMs .tress. Th. Lewimt-va Chruxicu, saaaliahaj m Hi. I wb Hyst.m, hu tb. laxtl ami l,sl toUtM of nv Srmmytjmr in tlsriosi Itovnty. STATE CONVENTION, The citizens of Pennsylvania who are op- I'll!' U III lllc sraiCMBItU Ul oijlTCIT Kim IU U1C ...her equally obnoxious principle, of the in- couiing National Administration, as an nounced in the Cincinnati platform who are opposed to the union of Church and State, the exclusion of the Bible (rom our Common Schools, and in favor of protecting the ballot- boi from the corrupt influence by which the ) will or Use people was deflated in the recent fiate and Presidential elections are request ed to elect deleeaits. equal in number, to ihe yvKM icjjirscuiauuii in mig uwibk nun Houe ul Kepresentatives, to meet in Cunveti ll. .ii iu the Hall of the House of Representa tives, at Harnsburg, on Wednesday, the Sftih day of March next, at 12 o'clock M., tu nom inate candidates fo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 February 1857

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMERFEBRUARY 27, 1857 Isc:cislnrrff, Mpa. Friday Morn-ixg, Feb. 27, 1S57 a IIVKRTI7ET IjnufnctnrT". Merelianta. Mi-ensnics, A i'ultlt.' olTtTS in t'tty an.l t'-.imtry. I'uUl.lier. 11 who wiih te buy or spII-wnul.1 iln wwl 1 emelny the aolumna of the Uwulmry Vhr.mtcl. ajliieh liae a lar;T and inereaainc circulation in a eoniiiiiinilv ctitainiii a nra-e prt'iHTti'm i-f ae live, .ntvent irnuueera, nnnmT ad ilralcr, as any in Uie State. I Cj- Seo Sew Asaveaalsemeul.. 7IT DUhn.The gentleman wlm paid us i 85 Soutliwark note a few rlay since, is requested to redeem ', a 'l s liix goot. Too much for a Printer to lose. teiyTwo gud Farms in O'.d luTloe Tp, nd oue in Limestone Tj, arc offered at Public Sale in to-day's paper. 8"Vc decliue from this date to tal.e Lancaster Hank notes cither on old r new accounts. ay-A Report will be read before tho Society for Iuquity, at 2J o'clock, next Sunday. BAmmp the recent graduates of the ! Ohio Medical College, a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 February 1857

i 'I'. '' '. ft ii-ilir- for Siiqrrii Xdigi-qjil). at miTii r. Tirrtt. World ! what a wonder is this, .'ir amlly and simply sublime All the Atlantic abyss Leapt in a moment of time ! Even the steeds of the Sun Hi f a day panting behind: In the flat-rare that is run W. n by a flash of the mind. I.o! iin this sensitive link It is one link, not a chain Mao to Ins brother can iniuk, Spurning the breadth of the main Man to his brother can speak. Swift as the bolt from a cloud. And where us thunders were weak. There his least w hisper is loud. Yea : for as Providence wills Now doth intelligent man Conquer material ills, Wrestling them duwn as he can ; An l, by one weak, little coil, Under ihe width of ihe waves, &i ill ace smr time are his spoil, fettered as Caliban slaves ! Ariel ! right through the sea We can fly sunt as in air ; Puck ! forty minutes shall be sloth to the bow that we bear. Here is Turin's girdle indeed. Just a ttioiizhi-circlet of fire Delicate nel fieed Sings, as s...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 March 1857

BURG CHRON fi T 171 ESTABLISHED IN 1S13....WII0LE NO., 673. 0. N. WORDEN, J. li. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. An Ikdepekdext Family and Netts Joukxal. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, FRIDAY, MARCH G. 1857. At AI.-jO Teh Year, always lm Advaxu tguThf. articles in this column tcere set fur lad tceflr't CHRONICLE. vpf Court Week, (coticluded.) The case of Ranck k Roland, vs. Rauck, resulted iu a verdict for Plff. This was the ouly civil suit tried, and extended from Tburs- day I'. M. to Saturday A. M. In the af- ternoon, Arguments closed me lerm. (We have been informed there are to be two weeks' Court in May.) Sentences. Those convicted in the Commonwealth case, were on Saturday sentenced as follows : , ud thogo who have wat(.ucd CongreM tlic th0UJ,h they wautcJ to diver, altention ; (Mr.Mussclman) equally worthy. Sheriff Hunsecker, to 810 fine, costs, and two j tmtulJ Jear9j wl, nQt tLink fcr hom Kausajl ,0 ,nJlhing else- The Com. j Kerrey is punctual in collecting and gen months iu the County...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 March 1857

111 !3 Tnuisluirg Clpnirlc. O. N. WOHDEN, J. R. CORNELIUS It E. SMITH. Ym ttnmtmrBm .Vf . Ttw LrwifitrM Ohiuimcik, fvMmlteJ on tlie t'ta ytva. hat the Urvntt aDtl b-rt rin-ulatiua ltiT NwtpMtr iu I'uU.n lViilr- STATU - CONVENTION. The citizens of Pennsylvania who are op pos. ii in the extension of Slavery anil lo the other equally obnoxious principles of the in comm.; National Administration, as an nounced in (be Cincinnati platform who are j tppoei to me union cu Church ani riaie, the exclusion of the bible from our Common Schools, and in favor of protecting the I'al lot box from the corrupt influence by which the will of the people was defeated in the recent State and Presidential elections are request ed to elect delegates, equal in number, to the present representation in the. Senate and ilou.e of Representatives, to meet in Conven tion in the Hail of the House of Kepresenta tives, at Harrtsbur;, on Wednesday, the -alh day of March next, at 12 o'clock M., to uom iimte candidates...

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