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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1857

JLetvisbtirff, ia. FRIDAT MoBSIXQ, JCXE 19.1857. -.-r.-. - : . . A BVERTIZK: M.r.ul.it-lurcr, swrcnanu, si-cnamcs Vahlut Offlot-rs in Citv and Country, Puhlinhff- all who wlun to dot or wii would au wfii u employ u. r,lumDt of U Lwiiturg CAnwitJc, wlm-fa bu ft Urge ad mcrfm utrruiauou iu coairauiiujr wuii-n - lmTg proportion wl acme, anlvoui pis-dutxra, cvusuuiets J dMll, - ny ID the SUM. 03" See Sew Advertisement. Bt3r"Buildiug Associations" uest week. ; The 4th, We are notable to announce to-day our Orators for the 4th, but cope to do so next week. Messrs. Chairmen ! ere your Committees at work J BIlcad the advertisement of the Sale uno heretofore to witness so large an au nf Town Lots in Snyder countv fPort diuuce rtmuiu 60 l"'1 durillo lbc livery Trprorton.' Pi T.,ts there ard much more safe nd sure than in 9 out of 10 of the " cities" at the West. Port Trevorton connects by Railroad with the Trevorton coil mines, ouly 15 miles distant. Fkix Through. Tho ltridgc over the . Canal...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1857

ii .if. r i! il "M :.. If The 'Comtek!" The editor of OiC 1'ilnua (III.) Consti tution, fvho examine! tbc coming comot .-.iafiilI; with I he instrument of tbo I.'r .unr.a I'-ia.s li.iiiJ, comes to tLc following i- .iicluiii'ins : I t. The comet will Dot strike the cartb; lut l!d. If it docs striL.', it m ill never Jo it fccjnJ time. Iu rasa, however, any geutlcman holds I opinions different from tic above, aul id willing to back bis views to a limited cx teut, iu order to arrive at tbc truth in this uiomeutous matter, the editor makes tbe following lROI'OSITHlNS. 1st. Wo will wager 5JU,00i', more or 1 sf, tb:it if the comet offers to strike, wo will dodgo beforo it does it ; iu other woido, it cau't be broug'it to tbe scratch. J J. A like sum that if it docs eti ike, it will be kuni-ked higher than a kite. 3d. Twenty-five times the above amount, that in case tbe comet strike:!, it wou't buJgo the earth six inches by actual meas urement. 4 tli. A like amount, that after tbe com et st...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1857

CHRON J BY 0. N. Won DEN & J. 11. CORNELIUS. AX IxDEI'F.N'PKXT FamII.T NEWS JoURXAL. ESTABLISHED IN Ul,....VIIOLE NO., 069. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 1857. At 1.j0 Per Year, always in A&vante. SB f1T p 1J JjUlo riur F R Till L-.WISBUItO t HR"-lrll. S. All l.ri'l" firm --" ' tr-- l, Vtiirh orn-r u;' a ii.r'li-M.J Iir A human form car- r-i. Jijt who it vm. I nrtw forct, Tin" trv-f-.ir. tf.iTi' tn nt, .,r ran I bani-h thf regret Ot my iu.-onst-.tioy. T .,- nt from m-tiWt father' brow ?wr ran I iH from whom or how 7U.- tm.ii-ui.-ii 1 kt;p. it thelittltv lt..I--orr.e p n. Vh n -ui li-nru t" yr, An-1 then h-r lib' w.irt frilly ioM- Our houvh.ilU Ifil in ifrit! W- il "me frin.I of 1.Wi--!.iJ-i Jay i'lt' jiartinc tn-i".. tf it"? An.l wh'Tffan h Ik ! mul to-Jay ? Ur dff he till a lirar?. Or. i-f-rl vain i f Youthful lore A He-tin a- 't-va-- tru. lhn-a tin- -mr fhinr'-ful uatiiP" prove ? itiTT ' lion i-"t vitU you? Smf satT"J p't' lir1 may'it rav-Hfl Thi w t- i.M!.-i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1857

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FAR3IER-J LINE 20, 1M7 4 '. .1 1 ' 4' ' i ! - i. I I . li: tTS .O Mlt . J. f IUIMUirfl VL IJlOIIlf If. j v O. N. WOF.DEN & S R. COBKEI.I03. -uHi4ii1 on Utrmb Sv.trnl. hi tti ltrst mud b-.-rt Hrrn' ViO nf". ir -t.i--r In 1 ni .11 '.mty. Lewfeburg, July 4, 1857, Hon. VM. D. KELLEV, formerly a Latter, recently a Law Judge in I'hilud., bis accepted the invitation to address tha Mechanics' Celebration in this place. Ha is an able and eloquent man, and we thiuk will well repay a hearing. G. Alexander Fkliz, late a carpenter, now a student in the University at Lewis burg, will read the Declaration of Inde pendence. Sloes' Danville Silver Cornet Band, is cngaged also, tho Mifflinburg Band and Manial Musie'are expected. The leading public exercises will take place iu the forenoou,lcaving the afternoon private parties, picnic,, CncerU, or whatever may devised. U M Mrssrn i nnnnintrrl MarsIuJ. as- (listed by Mesprs. Georijo A. Frick, Phillip n il i t ....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1857

Jji'irisltssrff, i'a. Tr.IDAY MORNING, Jl'NE 2G.1Soi. , it. Me.-looii. S t DVr.RTI7.F'-Miio:.T-tur. r. i -r. -.,,,,.. ... v V .uMi.- i ...I r.-uwry. ruMi-i..- 1. 1., r c.H r , .11 1,1 it- 1 .Xi-lt to -ni II' ' tilf c-.lumiw of the J.-icu'r.j r,r -. wh-ch !. a Inn Ur-e K"lv,rtl n cd .'. "'mut rr"au,u ' 1 deafen, as any iu the jj" SCO Xew 4l'rli'-,!Mt'"JS' TO CONTBAl'TOltS A od job is to-Jay advertised in our columns- ScTAt ful1 ot ,!ic Le-ri"ljurg Tresbytcrian church this week, a pa-! n.l cill was unaiiiiii 'U-ly extended t Kev. Alfred Novin, of Lancaster, wilh a salary of 1000 per year. . SVVeire informed "that the Sunbi.ry ...nmW now makes re-alar trips t . . v. - - C John Strohccker's lauding, a f.; roads below our U.Tjtib line, aui titids con stant employment. I-Jluriug tlio storm on Mouday, Sth inst., a horse of Wui.-l'. I'oual, of Kelly Tp., near Lcwisburg, waa .supposed to be struck with l:jjhtniii,as it a fjULil blind and darting aain.-t fences , as il" crazy. It was finally ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1857

"Hi: :! jt;' ::ih ! S I it.' .7 ii. v.. 1 I 1 Laws of Self Defence. A ciso wj? decided last weik by liie Court of Appeals of I'rauLfort, Ky., ..which PctiK-3 the qK-Miia as to Ucu a man is j i;iti. d iu killiug liis assailant. The ca.-c was from Grayson Circuit, in which Merc- . d t!i ba 1 been eouvicteJ of manslaughter f,r the kiiliua of one Iri-'an J,who attacked Lnii, an J tho lower court charged the J ury, 'If Ireland as-aulted the di fetidont, and he had reasonable .'rounds to KTn ve he was in chiiifi'-r of sustaining great buddy linrtn, or the l"ss of life from fUiih ass., nt, aioi if necessary, to jt iH-t bW litV or , r- .'ii f.-.uii pr.-at l.oidy h irui, lo- ui-b'"' irK:au I. it bo b.id li" si'fo mean.-, el e.-e ij u II j: if 'hod : ndant i ,it'i ok -if-'. c " ref.e.i.'. i.,u the dmger, and by tint means have saved i.is lit ' i: 1 r- .n.be is not txcusuf.e for the killing )f Irelatid." The higher court, however, d:cidid thi' this charge was wrorg. Thai the jury had nothing t...

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

LEWISB tin CLE. jay BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. An Independent Familt News Journal. ESTABLISHED IN 1S1J....WII0LE NO., 690. LEWISBDRG, UiNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1857. At $1,50 Per Year, always is Advance. GHRON Lewisburg, July 1, 1857. MOID VI S Ml Selected for the Mechanics' Celebration 8ujpoted author H. W. RoctwEU, CUca, Y. '. When Freedom in her splendor bright fnfurled her banners to the morn, r-roud glory gleamed from every height. And loudly rang her bailie horn ; For courage sat on every brow, And every eye glanced proud and free, nl every heart had made its vow ' To live or die with I.IUEKTY ; And proud the trumpet' joyful swell Keboundejl through the azure sky. And out through every ringing dell. And under every whispering tree. The tyrant heard the wakening peal, And uembled for his iron sway, Whilst proud on every glistening steel Kefulgent shone high Victory; Columbia's giant rocks among Ke-echoeil load the joyful strains. And every valley caught the s...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1857

O;H.W0BDEH fc J. B. CORNELIUS. V0 Rntinrta mil ret. The Lrvnsnraa CHBOiru, .hHshed on tbn Cash System, bu the largest aai brat OlreulaUnn of Any Newspapur in rinioa (ViuntT. adcpcudence Day. WTO-MOIIROW is tho ever memor able 4th of July, and should the weather prove faTorable we anticipate a large and pleasant celebration in Lewisburg. Judge Kellcy expects to be here this evening. We have been asked for the meaning of the term, "Mechanics' Celebration," and whether it is exclusive 1 It means in the present caso, simply a Celebration got up and controlled by Mechanics, which tbey invite "all the world and the rest of man kind" to attend and participate in. Trial of Reapers. We the undersigned farmers of Montour and adjoining counties, were at the trial of Mowers on Hie 22d of June, 1857, on the farm of Mr. John Mowber in Mahoning township, Montour county. Three Machines were brought into the fields, namely: Hussey's im jtrored Reaper and Mower, manufactured by CedJes, Marsh, &. ...

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

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER JULY 3, 1857. JjCtrisbitra, Ia. Fbidat Morning, July 3, 1857. ADVERTIZK ! Manufacturer. Merchants. MertiatiifS Public cers In City atl't Country. PuWI'IkT- J! who wish to buy or eU w.iuld Uu well to employ the CJlamos of Urn Uwulurg Chmuclr, which has a larj. anj hftereaaing drmlatioa In a eotnwiuiUty entamliin' ft Urga proportion of acliva, solvent producers, cwaMiiucrs ftui dealers, as any in the suie. fjSee Sew AdvcrHsciuculs. Real Estate. A Tory talaable Will Tropcrty and Tarn near Williaroport are ouerea ai luu lio laU our columns to-day. Also the Town Property hcretofjre occupied by the Presbyterian cliurcb in this place a superior chance for eligible 6itet for dwellings or business. KQjFbe Prothonotary's andothercounty offices we are informed will be closed to morrow. Lot M. Moaun.L (who spoke in Lewis burg last fall) is the Uepublican candidate for Governor of Maine ; II. Smith the Democratic. Ucssey's Rbai'Es. Geddos, Marsh &...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1857

si I II : hi J 3 1? ll'i I I: Ik Water! bright, beautiful Water ! Mr. Gougu, the famous tcmporaoce lecturer, as is well known, had a grand complimentary testimonial at the Phila delphia Academy of Music a few weeks since, when ha delivered one of his most stirring addresses to the largest crowd that ever assembled within tho walls of that beautiful building. We noticed this address at the time, and it may be re membered spoke of a beautiful apostrophe to water which it contained. A friend Las fumibhed us with the following copy of the passages which so much pleased uf, and we Uke pleasure in presenting tlictn to the readers of the Keict : WuUT ! oh, bright, beautiful water for me! Water! heaven-rifled, caith-blens-inj!, flower-loving water ! It was the driuk of A Jam in the purity of his KJen home; it mirrored back the beauty of Jive in her unblushing toilet; it wakens to life again the crushed and fading flower; it cools, ob! how gratefully, the parched tongue of the feverish inval...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 July 1857

LEWI SB RG CHRONICLE BY 0. N. "WORDEN & J. Ax In-dependent Family TIIEIIROICfJ3. The llli in Lewistoirg. ,i u'i a celebraiion in oir borough was . : for ome week previous, j ihe - of the ram il..v after il.iy. In 1 o dis - I -: 1 ili-pinfi! th"-e who ha, I pr.-jec-. : no prepar.iti n by wai of thinners . ill-. Vis maJe 1111.il the d Jy previous; ; wu s oa Friday eveiunt;, a stand an! i'i :-re prepared m die sroie, it was with r a hjli-hearied hope that ihey miEhl be : ! Sonic of the Mechanics also declined ,e;r.jraphs was also alluded to as proofs of assistance on account of dmatisfac- j Ihe lllu5 poucr of the American me , c-niin af-im-nts. j chanics' minds as well as of the skill of their .any Saturday o. or oar citizens were j naIuis. i ,iis mass 0r newly acquired popu--rtcd with gunpowder salutes worthy of a :awt,t we hai) gallercd in from all pans of rni-b's utterance. The day opened with a the civilized world much of the very best blood i.y fog, which did not disappear unt...

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 July 1857

Tfiuisknra Qroniflc. ! .,JlL- O V. VOBDEN fc J. B. COKKEUOS. Tw ffivsfsrr.e .veVev. The LrwiSDrM Cnwo"ir. uMm'.i on ihr ch Mntm. has ib. i.rro-t ud hri t ftrnlilMKiIinT Newspaper hat uLm Countv. rrr Frefiom, national; Slavery, Sectional! " ne appeal jmmift jive tn-e-natamg ,prr,n-. Court Judgcta the I lorn or rtvii! For Governor, DAVID WILMOT, OF EBAUTOKD tol SIV. ' Canal Commlsttioncr, . WILLIAM MILLWARD, OP PHILADELPHIA. Fur Jmla of tlie Supreme Court, j.imi:s vki: ii. ori'ajrHc to. JO!t.I'U J. IS,ol CUcsler Co. I'ulon County JV'omlnallons. Kcpracntative THOMAS UAYES,of Uuioo county. K. fitter f- Recorder GEOUGE MEli RILL, of Xcw Kerlin. Cummitsioncr RICHARD V. 15. LIN COLN, of Hartley. Treasurer HUGH P. SIIELLER, of Lewibburg. Auditor JOHN KESSLER, or New Dcrlio. S.n-ydkh Cou.srv. We see the follow ing named persons proposed for offices by the Wbig, American and Republican Union : Assembly Str Middlcswarfh and Dr. II. iioutz of Snyder Co. Thomas Hayes of Union Co. Cummusionrr Isa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 July 1857

T.ririaSmrtt. -- .... 1 Fr'IDVT MORXIKG, JCI.Y 10. Jb-Jf - .Li x- --z- ------ ; nvrallim-Mii'C'l"''M't,.nK ainanics a- I'ablir oi.-ts in ' hj i e.11 who wih to t jy or ."li M...I t".-mH" c-ilum.. of lh 1- w.'.'.rj fw.r.,idr. ah: 'I' ' f and inmaiw: urr,iln!,.,u ""'"'"'.'.'a "' rjlumn of tho nl inTeain t lirirp Lroporti'in .t acti"-, w ji..".-, , nnl tloulerfi, a., aiiv lit tin? Pt it. jr jj(-c CW llV,rlIi4,,,t''S" i - ' STA very desirable Town Vr.rty u ; . . ,1 : ,,ir.r-r today. Offered for fale lO IU f'l ' x little chip who r.Uys editor un in Jersey Shore calls Lewi-bur a "oue horfo town." uKt U, I''"''- ?" fc-Thc 5J sonii-aiinuul ses.-ion c f , lie l'reeburg Academy will oju n on Tuesd-iy, 21st inst. and continue weelts. (Advt next week. Sai'-TuESUAV, 4th Auuu.-T, uasrocom meuded lor the Kditoial Convention at Diuville, by the Printers who met at Lew isburg ou the 4th. Our friends there hud uamcd the Oth int. wbieh i t'ommenee tneiit day hero ; but on lmih;: t!.ce fuels Mr.lJrowcr...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 July 1857

!v i If! A Capital Story. Some years since, in ecceotric old ge nius, whom for covcnieuce we will call Barnes, was employed by ft farmer, living iu i Iowa tome six or seven miles wester ly from the Penobscot river, to dig a welt. The toil and substratum being mostly sand, old Barnes, after having progreanl downward about forty feet, found one morning, upon going out early to Lis work, that the well bad essentially caved in, anl was full nearly to tbc top. So, Laving that desire, wbicb some men bavr, of knowing wLat will be said of tbcm af ter they are dead, and no one being yet astir, be concealed himself in ft rank growth of burdocks by the side of ft board fence near the mouth of the well, having first lift Lis bat and frock upon the wind lass over the well. At length, breakfast being ready," ft boy was dispatched to call Lim to Lis tucal, when lq ! it was seen that Barnes was buried in the grave un consciously dug by his own bands ! The alarm being given, and the family assem ble...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1857

R-6 c RON f 1 T lr JL BY O. N. VORDEN & J. Ax IxnnrExnEXT Family SOti Toil TBIIMil'Ii''. nr rMm. swin. Ta';c lhe spalc of IVrscverance, Dig Ihc fielJ of l'n Kress wide; Every rotten root of taction Harry otil and caM a.M it, Ki'-'rv stubborn I of error, Kvery sen! that hurls the ml, Tare, whose very crowlli is terror Hi; them out, whalc'cr the ! Cvc the stream of IMnc.ition liroalcr channel, bol.Ier force ; ll'irl the stones of Persecution Out, where'er they block its course ; S-i-k for strength in sell exertion. Work, anl still have faith to wait. Close the crooked pate to fortune. Make the road to honor straight! Men are ajents for the future; As they work, so aes win Kithcr harvest of advancement Or the products of their sin ! Follow out true cultivation, Widen E Juration': plan, Fr .in the majesty of .Nature Teach the majesty of .Man ! Take the spade of Perseverance, Dig the Ik-Id of I'rorrcss wide. Every bar to true 111-.trao.tiou Carry out and cast aside ; F. ed the plant ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1857

11 f! ! I 1 , ivfuiioiiurfl Cjirouirif. orlir"wCilM t J. U. CCKKELIU3. T tt ,fr. Tc !...wii.M.r. riii.ovn.E, fiMiwr-l-m ih h t. m. hn the laree-t auU h-nt rtmil:ti; m --.-T in t ni-ti r.uititv. Fref Join, national ; Slavery, sectional! U'e npp'ul fmm ilir fit sim-hMin Supreme Court JudesUi the 1'ioim.i or 1'jmi.vuii! j Tor Cioi i nor, 1") AVI I) WI LMOT, ' of liKAHFvLII CWI'.VT. Canal ('ononis. oner, WILLIAM MILLWARD, Of I'lin ADELfUIA. For JuJjrs of the Supreme Court, xnv.s vr.i: if. of rai-efte -o. JO.siJ.'ll J. LL. .. l!,oI lliestcrl o. I'niori County XtmiluaUono. Jlprcscntiticc TI1UMAS HAYES.of Uninn county. Hciister C- Recorder G EO RGE ME R ItlM., of New Berlin. Commissioner ltlCUARD V. B. LIN COLN', of Hartley. Treasurer II UG II P. SIIELLEU, of Lcwisburg. Auditor JOHN KE3SLER, of New U orlin. Gross Fraud, Attempted. We sec the ticket nominated by minor ity representatives of nine conn ties at Lan cuter,puhlished in three or four exchanges as "the American Ticket." That is no...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1857

LUWISHURCt CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER JULY 17, mi. Friday MonsiNfi. .In a- 17, ISjT. a tVrM:TI7.rV ManuSir-tiin'rs. MT'liTillt. M.fliarrfS A l It.- l!l.-T in City nn.l Ciutlliy. 1'ul.ii.ln-r- . ... i -.h f.. l.u nr .!! won .1 du w- u ii villi-'" ." KIS. Gen. Packer need uot bother about that ZTllt"'I '"' ,oncr 0a-Utso olEccw'8ttc,, 33 - the Conqueror of Greytown, will doff thtii Oj ace , c:lp3 when they pass us ; we can t afiord IsM'CaktV, Itaujircau Artist, is to ay but tried warriors like Gen. ... ..;., n oecul'V uis oiu room atyieeut to the Chronicle OiVico. i St-Mr. Voilutar has lith ignited the Town Lota at I'ort Trcverton (to le sold cne week frniu to-morrow.) taTltcaJ the notice cf an intense Aiiti Plavery Book issued by a native of NutUi Carolina (fir.-t pajw of to day's paper.) BSTThe Ore property iu l;y Valley was knocked .fflat Saturday to M'Kclvy & Co- for 5J901). There were about 811, 000 in Jadgineuts against tLe property. jtjy-Tlie Christian Sund.iy School...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1857

'! i I: If Hi- i if: ) V t 5 r v. . j njy u:va ui -iiaux i . l:r1ny an,! r iiffh art. the dav 'i h rt-'re h.-iiri hralio;; (..r eoairlHalj; I uiiistl--ii-ni"i-.y .ie.tuclid .iou f r eomet-ody. Tilth' bath .hi- ueetl lo thr .rate Tinier hath .h-' li-tned for eomeooty ; !l.t lt: ni,t,atoraiy aiullate, gosetoJ' WaiUufE f.-r eonieboJy. Tasro'i: be acoicf it-tin fire There'll be a w lcrine f.r acunrbnly; On", in her nrawt attire, VU l..-a t.- the t-.Me f-r eem.tMVly. Tti'Miiili ll.e;Ur II -I frouithe IV rat, Tl.rre iaa,tMi y -tlxr Kimrbodr, I. -itluirtlir t,i.i.i lieiove. bert 'A'ruiQa the Uwa oreoaieboily. Th-re'll a coat o'er tlv, chair, Tli-tr 11 lprli praf..r iN'aii brHly Th-ri-'ll le a wif--. trn-trr rare Ute" f..il eml.racrtnrnt fur aonti'lody. Tliere'll te the little one'e charaie Koon ta ill I w.keno,! for eoniebodr; t hrn 1 have both in myartna. Ob! but now lilvhtaill beaomebody. Wasted Thoughts. Few persons know liow much it costs to write a good article for a daily or week ly ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1857

LEWI EG CHRONIC BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. K. CORNELIUS. ESTABLISHED IN 1813....AVI10LE NO., COS. At $1,50 Vtn Year, always is Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1857. AX IXDEPEXDEXT FAMILY NEWS JoUBJfAL. SB The Cemetery. Pep 'mid these dim and silent shades The slumbering dead shall lie, Tranquil, as Summer evening fades Alow; the western sky. The whUperin; winds shall linger here To lull iheir deep repose; Like music on the dewy air, Like nightfall on the rose. Light through the twining boughs shall shed lis calm and cheerful ray ; And Hope springs from the dying bed And poiuts to perfect day. Around each funeral urn shall cling The fairest, freshest fliwers ; Emblem of earth's eternal spring. And brighter lands than ours. Gathered from thousand homes, the dust In soft repose shall lie. Like garnered seed in holy trust For immortality. lioom for the households ! till the mora lis glories shall restore. And on the silent sleepers dawn. The hours thai fade -jo more. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1857

lmisburg T Wln'iim .W'.-Th Liviscm Csionax. ruhliahoa. oa the Ca.h f-vaioTji. baa tho larpcat and best rlrruUUm of ao Nowa-iar? la Uoiol Cauntr. .- Freedom, national ; Slavery, Sectional! , ... , , ... 7T, ,.. 1 W e appeal from the fir .Vaw-IWrfmir Supreme Court Judgttto the PiorLi or Pitiva!ii! For Governor, DAVID WILMOT, or BRADFORD COCXTT. Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM MILLWARD, or vhiladelpuia. For Judges of tlie Supreme Court, J OIEH Va.Kll". or Fsj-tle Co. JUM:1II J. laKWIS.o! Chester Co. In ion County Xominatlon". Representative THOMAS HAYES,of Union county. Register il Rcconler G EORG E MER- RILL, of Xew lrhn. j u""T I CO..N, of Hartley. ' - ntinr v- v-i Treasurer UtUU 1. Bllf.i.u.n, oi . Lewifiburr?. Auditor JOHN KESSLER, of New Berlin. More War upon Kanoas ! sudden sickness, making tne intra ne nas The Free State party in Kansas have lost in this way within about a year. Last peaceably proceeded in taking a Census, week John Ludwig lost a valuable horse by which it appears t...

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