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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 March 1857

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER MARCH 6, 1857 JjCirtslwrff, i'a. Fnio.vr MoaxixG, Mak. C, 1S57. Zj- See cw id.crUseiaaeutai. Tttor. Cuktis will preach far the M.E. Church, Lewisburg, ou Sunday next teirlleurj 51. lfarni, sonic time iu the University at Lewisburg. wis oniaiued preacher, at Warren, Bradford Co. 3Mr. Harvey, ac able 51. K. preacher iu Luzerne Co, who embraced the Spirit rapping delusion, having ccn his error, lias renounced it. Col. L 51. Uithanan aud corps ate now at work taking the level of the pro posed Spruce Creek Railroad from Lewis- Liir ' to the summit. I Thomas K. Fkaxklis is urged by the T. .neater Wkh as the VeuW' candidate for Governor. The ''Old tiuard" has the President, why not have the. (jovernor : j !., , .I,- l.n.i.. of MrCI.ir.ml on K. 2d St-ewisburg, one day rtcc-t.y f.r.,1 r. t in AfM. i-HlV hill dim? at lUMVIl.tf J o yesterday. Until were happily extin guished without uiueb damage. ! Ji-riic Report before the Society of Iupuiry tt the...

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 March 1857

JU il i I I. "v ti si Kathlb hakd, ail abound The unexpected demise of Mr. Jtrooks of S.C., ad the recover of Mr. Sumner, reminds situeboJy w don't know whether a De mocratic or Republican of the concluding staotat of GuLbSMITU's "Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog:" "This d ig and man at 6rst were friends, Bui wu.n a pique began The dog. to gain his private end, Weui mad, and bit the man. Around from all the neighboring streets The woud"ring people ran. And swore the dog had lost his wits To bile so good a man. The wiund it grew both sore and sad To every Christian eye. And while they swore the dog was mad They swore the man would die. Bt soon a wonder came to light. That showed the rogues they lied : The man recovered of the bit' The dog it was thiil died .'" Taskke's Ferry Ticket. Y' are permitted to copy the followiug anerdote from a private letter just received by a g Dtleman of this city,from a brotber,now in Kansas. The Yaukee referred to ia the right kind of man to deal with th...

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 March 1857

CHRONICLE lEWISBBRG ESTABLISHED IS 18.3....W1IOLE NO., 671. O. N. WOUDEN, J. R. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. Ax In'dkpen'dext Family and News Journal. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCII 13, 1857. At $1,50 Per Tear, always i.h Advance. Kmm ttii IUrribunt '-lugra.'k. i r ii i:. To'!! till ! the hell, with a mournful knell, Fur tlir- hrr. jmt departed, The noble Kik ! long live his name! The gentle, linn-hearied. Emblazm his name on the walls of fame. Speak it in hall an. I cot. His deeds reheare, in glowing rerse, la every pleasant spot. Let a n uion weep and its vicils keep O'er the dnt of the honored K, From the icy North let a wail come forth. For the one thus early slain Who p-rile.l life 'raid the ansry strife Oi' I'olar storms and snfiws, To seek for one, who, alas ! had sone To his loiij, Ions;, last repose. Let Scince m .urn for him now home To Ihe dark, deep, lonely tomb. Who'll no in ire weave with -tho'is that breathe' Strange lore from land-, unknown. But, his race her...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 March 1857

!! f i! 1 t , ' Xruiiolnirg Cjironirlr. O. K. WOKDEN, J. B. COKfc'ELIU k Z. SMITH. T' Wlnmittrta ..fen. The t-nwillie. Chromci a. nrrult...n of iit N-rp-r in tm.. l,ui.l. - MAlJti LO.N h AiI02s. ! The cii,2iu . t IVniiyIvai.ia who are op- i pns. .1 m ihe rxter.noii of Slavery ami to the other equally obnoxious principles of the in- comim; National A 'Immigration, as an- j it.tinr.p.l in Ihe I .iiir.it.ni.1. nia.tnr.n n hi. nr. opposed . the union of Church and Slate, i ih. ..,!,.. r ik. u;m. ir,.n . i'nm.n ' School., and in favor of protectins the hall,.,-1 ooi inim tne corrupt iniiurnr.es by wmcn tne iat 6uch further action as will tend to an will or 'he people was defeated in Ihe recent , commencement of th work. Pule and Presidential elections are request- . J . . . , , ed to elect dele?ai.s. equal in number, to the Aeeordinc to the provisions of the char preent repreceniaiion in the Senate and : jerj Q. l Miller, William Cameron, Peter House oi i(epresei.iaiivcs, to meei ir.Mmre...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 March 1857

M ririahni'fi I'i I I Mjltl . fKlu.il .umuu, uv..;..s wivi i.iat . junu a iji'a u .., f- ' ItVRKTIZK' Manufurtntvr. M'Tclmiit, Mfrimnics, .tblic 'tflWri in Oily u- i I hi wih to but or Mil wouni do w.-ll loraloy tin . tiiumai of the iswUiura Jhr nclt.. , winch tia Inrm i ii iiiTtispn ctrrulntiou In a cotmnimitv contain in a , Unr i.nM-irtion nf if-tir. ao.Tctit brodiu-ers, oonjumer I an-j dur. a any in th .tat. j - j - W a V a a .1 A..d Sua 111 AH I W ! vt.Township and Dorougli Elec tions for Union mid other couutiod, FRIDAY of NEXT WEEK. We -shall issue llieriiRositLic on ThtHMiay nexl weekr Ticket- printed at 25 cts fur one huudied names CAM.. HTTc hope "M." will persevere in pood w.iriis "Ut he forgot the rule that Printers require real iia.nes f r all communications. 07Ma. IIkckcnporn, Supermteti'lent of C'jnituon School lor I'liioti and nyiler counties, has removeJ to X"tc Jlrfm, in Union county, where he do;rea all cotn Biuuicatifjus for Iiim-self to be addreed. Bln the airati...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 March 1857

JU ; i i 11 it i If f 1 ji we renVet on tlieterrifie evils which wmld result Irom disunion to every portion of tlip contederacy. To the North not more th iii to the South to the Kat not more than to the West, These I shall nut at tempt to portray, because 1 fetdau humble ooiiii.lence, tht the kind Providence which inspired our fathers wit!, witdoiti to frame the most perfect form ,f Govern. i.uat and I'nion nev.-r devised by man, will not suf fer it to peri-h, until it hall have hn paefjUv instn.ni.'i.t.tl. fv it exannde. in the exten-iot of evil and religious lib erty throughout the world. Next in importance t tli.? maintenance of the Constitution and the l iiioii, is the duty of preserving the ivrinmnt free from the taint or even the supicion of corruption. Public virtue is th; vital spirit of Republics: and hicttry proves that wlieu this has dcei;e'l and the love oi' money has usurped its place, ulthouph the formtT ot free tiovernnient may remain for a ason, the substance has dep...

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 March 1857

SB o r1 RON PA r 0. X. WOIIDEN, J. R. CORNELIUS & E. SMITH. An Ixor-rEN-DENT Family axjj Nkws Journal. fcsT.l tli- CUROMCLE is n-m Of only t'ru'iht-nut Off:"'ti'"i "'per in litis county, trx would urge fV importance in view of the c-ming campaign of extending iti circulation. TlIK Sl'RISU El.KCTION, to d ii, (Friday") will ojford ifui.l ojijfiirlun ities In ;; iulscrihrrs. BiOi.Let - or 3 iu each Township and Borough make that their Lu-iiiesj THIS 1AV, an J much fin ho done. Oubs of 10, 81 each. 'Ini ;!-oIh; Old.'' The following beautiful hues firslappeared i th An.Uve .4.r-r?,W. bat were written we iMpp,,. t,. k-nmv K- a .;i.ty M .xe- orK cir. . know by a la.ly if New Vork city. II Hvcv-r it in. iy b" with the frail, physical frame, we ar sure the heart that tn hes out in t!iee wor.ls can never -glow nM." I'm crowing o!l ! "fi sur-lv so ! Ami yt. how short it win Since I was hut a sportive r!n!,l, Lnjoyins childish dreams! I can n t see the change that comes With such an even p...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 March 1857

ill u ,1 i if it. if if, n 'tV ft Xriuiobttrq Clpmrle. . K. WOELZN & J. R. CORNELIUS. Mm.tmen .i,.T!h. rmm srS' . STATE CONVENTION. The cu.z-n of Pennsylvania who are op - posed to the extension of Slavery and in the other eoualiy obnoxious ormcinie. of the in - coinim; Xaiira tl A l-nuis. ration, as an- '!C i .'".k el-mc""!1!.' P la "- 'ho are the exclusion of th.- It I,!- fr,,m ,ir Common Schools, and in favor of nrotectiiic t!ie ballot - bill from Ihe enrrnnt ii.....,ee I. irhieh the will of the i.c-,niP ,i..tv-,.e.l , ihe recent Bute and Prpi,Vni:i! eleeil.ms arp re.iui-st. u to elect deletrmes. equal iu number, to the present representation in the ISciiale and House of K..pre,eiiia.ivs, to meet ,,, Conven- lion in the Hall of ihe House of Represent - lives at liarr.sburs, on Wediiesdav the SSth flsv of Mirth ne xt, at 12 o clock M., to noin- lnate candidates for Governor, Jude oi the Supreme Conn and -anal Commissioner, to be supporied a! the ensuini; Ooiober elecuon. w o1"...

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 March 1857

LEAUSBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRAXCII FARMER MARCH 20, 1357 VLwt ilii'illllalj VLl'vlUUUl, j.,., pccurs the Annual Kxhibiti.m of tb J. Ii. C. P.AKC2, 53?fi5, J Vocal and Instrumental Music, j LEKTSSURG BAKERY. In Buffaloe Tp, Si int, Ma.v. wife cf ' r"I""HE mhcn!-t: Invi.t; located himself in rpHE subscriber has rented I. r a term of i.. I : , .-r.L i I I .a iitmr.i . . . . I ... t.i V. I n - l r ii f n. E V e a rS ihe Co m III I) Jl UUS TOO III 5 fi rs I r..- i . W .:.-V -r- NIOR AcAI'i VIC Cia of .he Lever,.- ; ' t a J M "si c i n f i is bran ch -s . v I' . a 110, M elo- ! KnA Hue., where he came. ,. II at. In .jf f fr, Mvs,af A "-..i.-r.i ,.,(.... ,: ty at Lewisbiirr; ; and 00 Tuesday evening, j t?-The 0.r,cfrs flf lh, ,-- .ril dein. ..tar. V.,.i.t,. Vwiiuce;;... rim, an: Hi oaJ. Cake, T.-.rts, Ac. and hope, to he th- Uuualllxhibiiion of tbc Jl'NIOR Cot.-; cultural Sociotv are re.i.ie.te.1 to tneci at v : a!l Brass ...sirtimeiits. I at.te lu render entire ai;.ctiin and nceiire -...

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 March 1857

v i - I s t; 1 Astonishing. Th. tr.rdiury decuion of ii,e gu. prume Court of the I tilted States, revsrs- ing the Bttld practice of the government , from its foundation to tha present day tt, respects colored mon, will be read with findings of regret by thousands who, in pptciul wnnder,a:k themselves what meant the Declaration of Independence iu 177C, when it declurcd all men to be created Cua and cdJow.1 with certain inaliena ble rights? The most extraordinary part of this decision, however, is the declara tion of the Supreme Court that tha first C-ingress, conipoed of many eminent men of the Revolution who hud aided iu fia-1 ming the Constitution, Jol mil umhrttaml ; its provision f.irsuch iu fact it their de- j cikiun ! liy it too, the idolatrous Chiue.e, j the beastly Mormon, the print ridJeo la- drones of Italy, tie semi-civilized hordes of Mexican thieves, and iudeed all others tinged with a white, shin, may become cit izens of this country by wholesale; but no matter what his...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 March 1857

SB 16 C HROI 171 1 U Jj BY 0. X. W0I1DEN & J. R. Ax I-DErK:i.i:N-T Family asv Temporal Blessings. Wish for them cautiously. Ak for them s'i'.om--ive'y, Want tlie.n co:.lentci'ily, O'.ta.n thorn honestly. Accept them humbly. Ma.iaqe. them prml-ntiy, l'mploy ll.e.n lawfully. Impart ilieiu lih-rally, INtrem them inoJerately, Increase tliera virtuou-le, 1,'se tli'rn subserviently. Korege iliesn ea.-ily, R.-Msn them KiHinylv. Till: ntltV, Mill! IS 'ii, ?. Gov. (.eary on the Stand! In !1k; case of Freedom vs. Slavery, ITou. Jon.v V. Gic.UiY wa.- suiumoupil as a wittier5. Question-. Mr. Geary, you reeently occupied t!ie pot .f ! ovenior of the Territoiy of Kaiiras, a:i expressed a great ari'l abiding intereu in its pros perity : what is your preciii position in regard to it ? Assweu. 1 did at the request of Mr. Buchanan. si;rVep.l lov. r-h.mnon in that oilier. In an Addre.-s to the People of Kansiis. ii.it I Lecompton, March 12, 1s."j7, 1 puMiciy announced ray "determination to resign ...

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 March 1857

Xrujir.Imr; Cljronirli o. tt. wcRrrir & j, a. corneuus. Hirm .Vm.-Thv I.nrLwtu CrisumriK, 1ruUU-tt c.fanT Nfwapnf'r in 1'm.tn fminlv. Free Join, national ; Slavery, sectional! He appeal from the fire .S'Aire-Wi'iig Supreme Court JudgeiUi the 1'mri.iL ur I'mMLVKii! Tor (.otcrnor, DAVID WILMOT, or niAr.'Poip cnrxn: llAUltlsBCito, March 25, "o'clock P. M. The Union State Convention Las done nothing yet except effected a permanent ' organization, ihe committee on creden tials has not reported on contested stats. March 3 P. M. Hon. David Wil mot was nominated for (joveruor on the second ballot. The vote stood Wiiiuot S9, seatteriug 78. MillwarJ, of Philad., J was nominated for Canal Comniiidioncr. j r. i' m t.i.i,)i .1 t... ,.m,ii eounty and James Veech of Payette eoun ty for Supreme Court Judp s. Ap)tinmenti hy the (ivcernor. Pan ItL NcrtlARr, ot Iiewisuurg, Aid, with the rank of Lieut. Col. "Did I ever I" It is only two tears since Dan. wout to Ilarrisburg to try his fortunes, and ...

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 March 1857

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER MARCH 27, 1857 Cljf friDi5S)uri (Ojroniclr, TBXVV S ' T-r v,r. T it Ih- 4Ui- r.it- f t lin.-r ur M will f-iiv f-r f..Ur 7-'i rr m u.tli-. J ! .1. ,. T--r. to M:i;l-- ..-. i, r,j r-WiVi.l ill i. (x)iti. -Im:ii;i p.l-i iv .v .'" ant t-r -ntl. Tliu. ;-' rt- f r -i m -nth. 1 d.d ft; nut itM. .( !. f ir t 't l n m.Mii.- Ly in nl ' "!() -r l..nk u .it ttit-ir i'ib liff. M't-t k'D S lr luce r -cc iv-"l at tu ' 'tn,t w".W-tin t'ld tiin ( ir.'it. I t wlm-ii l,"' i -id, (4u.ti we hai a r ii ;i lit :. r-jimt it : pT UTKb AttKKTlen sis I nn ! .tiielv f ''U-l. -t. at 1,0 Oi ne-r q ur-ont! t.'. ((, ;;M'i. . !i ;.lir tit-- tx-n, . d.-t (tmh tn-.iilh. & 1I jHT y.-r. II'! .-ft T--- rt. li t-. 2 !'., 1 tl l. I'w.i - i.hiv- t ji. 4 :-. T.-'ti'. M- r-hut-. ic. not of .t one t.:iwili l f.itumtt. luj.il. -r fr. ti;(,i-r Mat" . m I .'r ; -ii A ir- i- U 'in- - r iu .!( u -. or l ! ii -xi -r. r. A ... i.nar.u f a d-mKlJ-Hi.. lii'tiiny, a:i-i liii!" iM'.t. II ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 March 1857

JU II ! 1 II l i 'f ! 'V The Fourth of Hatch. I fw l.im ha had come From bit far distant Louie lu the West; A jingling purse be showed, And iu the latest mi odd 11 o was dressed. His f;tce was all a pmile, And lie discoured tte while How lie ti.ok Such uu iuurest iu tub lato Kleut'wu in Lis ?tat For old Kuck. He'd alwajs felt tLe ties Of party let it riae, Let it fail ; 'Twatt not fur tLe Toward That ho had worked so hard, .Nut ul all. Hut ufliae he could bear, Ad a brave soldier tuuld wear Kpauluts, Whi.'h fin bis rank, yon know, (Aud ibe public show What be gets.) I ,aw him after that : He Lad a kinky hat On his head, His shoes were Worn away, Aud hiii pockets itemed to gay "Nary r.d." And li'idly ho declared 'i'hut fir party rutin he cared Nut a jut ; He scorned tbeir dirty tricks, Aud as for politics Tsvas a plot. Folks s-iw t lie sudden change, Aud iI'..Ul'!.! it wondrous strange, At ti,o best ; Our frit-ud did not explain, Lut tm-k an early tram Fur the West. Aojfn 1'utt. A Go...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1857

LEWIS BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. As Independent Family . n y-a n n-n y. There is an an?el ever near, When toil and trouble vex and try. That bids onr fainting hearts take cheer, And whispers to us '-By-and-by." W'e hear it at our mother's knee ; With tender smile and lovclit eye She grants some boon on childish plea. In these soft accents "By and by." What visions crowJ llie youthful breast What holy aspirations high Nerve the young heart to do its best. And wait the promise "By and by." The maiden siuini; sad and lone. Her thoughts half uttered I'h a sigh Nurses the erief she will not own. And dreams bright drean.sof Hr and 'y.' The pale young wife ilries up her tears. And sti.ls her restless infant's cry. To catch the comine step, but hears. How sadly whispered "by and by." And manhood with it strength and will To breast life's ills and fate defy. Though fame and fortune be Ins still His plaus that lie in '-By and by." The destitute, whose scanty fare The weary task ran scarce suppl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1857

Xrralutrfl Cljrcnifir. O. IT. V7CBCEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. T Hmiinw .1-ai. TS. l.ifwiantaa Cuan-H"., ttufcliahej An the I'a.h Svl,-lii. haa IS. laruvai au.1 bwOt rfnlatl.a of a.iv S-w.papr la I wnt-. Freedom, national : Slavery, sectional ! We npprtil from the five slnvr-h-iMinir Supreme Court Judgeso the l'mieLa or 1'aaa.si.VAMa! For Governor. DAVID WILMOT, or urapfoud corxrr. Canal C until) iSNlonrr. WILLIAM MILLWABD, VF i-IHLAHKLrillA. Fur Jwlyt of thc Supreme (.'uurt, j ami: ri.r.cii. or ratnir . JOSIIPII J. I.KH IS.oH lllert o. UATII'V! Those in f:iT.r of the elee- lltlll OI IS J. . I I , Ml I.L. r .1 t It. V-'.. 1. i. 1 an.! VEECU,ut iuviie.1 to nnt at Aramtnis' j Hall. Lewisburit, s.tiui.st hviusn, April ! 4. to organize fur the next ciuirai;:n. i Maa.A l&rte number of nersnns met at . . . 1 . t&a above place last .Saturday evening, : tt, ii.,f.,,. ,.r i-;.;i. ,j,,,.,j . ; the State Convention not having arrived, ' k 1, iniuli.. w - i .. r ni,ll. tli.'T tl.,' L" T I...

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

IEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMERAPRIL 3, 1857 D ! Cljc fcmtsbnrfl (Cfjruntclc, Itsvti Fridttii,al Lrwiilturj, l'nim O'.l'i. TKS MS. Jl.S1 par sear. T. bt ruo ix Anrsscr and at Ui aaon rate for len.-er or .liortar psrio-l. Thu. Ml .m will pay f- T fvur mouths. ,a cu fur .11 month. 1 .lot. ter eieht month.. 2 -lol. for silteen month.. 3 il.-l.for two rr.r. tinlf No.'., 6 cte. r-.y.iiei.t. by lull! il-aul) r..ir.l ia fld, puttier .tumps. -r bank not- at their raiu hero. M.isl kiojs ITietur,: fiwivH at the I lltl-.-e. e.M'h.n the time expires, f.r whirl, a papery. pa!J. iuim we have a ruiitnu. account i it i. .sTil'I'Kl. t.amnnitxT8 bania,.nil:r-'.IM'- I. at Mi rt. Ir aiiiare one w.-k, cu, ca--h eCur ic-ili.-n, 'I (lol. f-r sis B...UUK. d"l. per J.1r. HH -l-.se ete- le e 2 dol.Hdol. Two ,-, it.rel iei. ! . I 11. r. l.a..u. Ac. u.,lo..r-in.-lourthotacoliiui.i, lo-iul- p.r -'r- -r MM . uu h. agreed mi.. A a-i-iar. I. 1- Iine..r Malum type, iw " ' A lr-.:-. uo-iit. ..fa wenorai...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 April 1857

Pome to Niagara Falls. A wandering Yankee, wHo stood for tha uret time r,d I fcU ltf- besile the mighty alembic la whirii the world of waters la refined and ether-aiaed. Rave utusraoc. to a magnificent bat unpolished impromptu thus: 1 wonder bow long ve've been n roarln' At this infernal rate! I wonier if all ye've ben a pourin Could ba cyphered OB a elatol I wonder how such a tbnnd-rin' siodsd Vl ben all New York wan woods! -pvse likely some lujins bate been drownded. When rains hare raised your llooast 1 wander if wild deer and buffalo llsvru't sto.-d aber I now stand! Wnl, s'pMe being scared at first) they stubbed their toef , 1 wonder wucre they'd land! I wonder if that rsiaWw bas bean shinln' Sinew sunrise at creation and ttiiii waterfall been nnderminln' With constant splatlaraUou I That Mosea never ntentfoned ye, I've wondered. While other thine d.-vrribin': My conscience' bow ye niuxt have fnemud and thunder'd When the IMu e rv aubsldin'I My thoughts are stTRnce," majniflr-a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1857

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE BY O. N. WO R DEN & J. JL CORNELIUS. An In-depen'dext Family News Journal. ESTABLISHED IN" 1813....WIIOLE NO., 678. At 1,50 Per Year, always ik Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1857. 1IEAYKN. That tMvam it sot like tltti- tiuli clime of our: All, all in briphtoritii thfre: A tweeter influence trta.thes urounil its bowers, Ami a fr milJer air. No eftlm below u like tlmt calm aWe : ho r'cirm hre t. like that realm of lore ; Earth's aofV-t Spring nvVr r-ln-d eo vft a tiht; Karth brightest cutumcr nevur shuue j bright. That ky In not like thi nrvi skr of our. Tioj;tt with eartb'x -bair;e, au-1 cw. No shadow dim it. an-1 no tcrtn el.ud lcWi.it; No brufet-n fuupbiue,thrf! One eTrl.ttiu? tntrh of azure -oiir It ftainleu ji!-nJor oVr tlx iu!t-Mi alu tv; For thera JuhoTb siting it It hrr.-nlj ray. There Jru rtion, ilitij-t n'iu vu llt ditj. Tlie dweller tbre are uot like ilione .f earth Nn mortal til lift b.-r; Aal yet they s in of ki;drfi htr-l an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1857

ITrruishnrg Cjironidf. O. W. WORTFN lc J. B. CORNELIUS. , ih trirk4 rwneu-. m. hu tbe larae.! aud UeH tMuUtioB offtnv MfVtpapMr In Laion CoaiilT. """ , . " " " , . ,: i The Platform of Principle! having been Freedom, nationaIjSIavcry, sectional! : rcad) tbe fullowing Uo,olutiuns wer, pre. U appeal from the five SlavckJdins Supreme , seuteJ sustaiued by impromptu remarks Court JuJgtixa the i'tupLE or l'ixLvit! . fr0m different members aud unanimously for Goternor. j adopted : D4VTr WI "liri'P i KtJvel, That tbe declaration of polit A' 1U ' llvlVF JL , ;ca. rtinuiLicg promulgated bv tbe inde- or hradfiikd voiyrr. Canal CoiuiulMsiunrr, WILLIAM MILLWARD, or nrrt.ADKr.rniA. Fur Jad.jtt of the Suprtme Court, J VKM'ir, of I'nveKe Co. JO.SUI'II J. I.i;Vl.s,or heNlrC James B. Stedmah, Esq., now of Ohio, (formerly of Lewisburg, Pa.) is appointed Commissioner of Indian Affairs, vice Geo. W. Mannypenny. L.The Leeislature of Michigan has appropriated One Thousand Dollars, and j V,ivtd, That jAME...

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