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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1857

CHRONICLE BY 0. N. "WOKDEN & J. II. CORNELIUS. An IxDErrxor-N'T F.vvH.r Xi:vs Journal. ESTABLISHED IN 1843....WUOLE NO., 708. At $1,50 Ttz Year, always u; Advaxct. LEWISBUKG, UNIOX CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1857. LJj W Tiie .Leave are raniiirallliis! ; Y A. H. 1H llJil.LL. j The leaves are falling, fallin ! I And they scalier all aro:un!. i And their nieanmc voice is calling J To as from ntV the ground. i liuik! lUvy tcl! us ue must pcii! And lull as well a thrv. Thru earthly hop, we chtriih Must uilhfianJ decay - O there is m-aiiiti:?, meatiins ! In the ruMtn of the I-ave-', ' rr-m whence my heart i q!cunir. Much pn '1; while 11 i-rifvo; Fur while atratn hehld:ng Unht summer si-ents decay, Auoiher world's un.i:-.:iig That can tint pass away. The wind is h.iwling, iimHins ! And the viuut pi'i'es tn-jii ; Tne desirnyer nVroe is prowln., Iec!arinsr arth mu.-i die. ! But a Ct.uiiM'ttr. astinnq j M a world uitknoi n t l-it-jht, j IV n it the hfait ! much ejidnring To 'biain thai...

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 November 1857

W't would not advise inactivity far from it On the contrary, if we could, we j would, infuse a determined energy in all, j to induce them to exert every nerve to 1 overcome their misfortunes. Men ahould sever despair. We look on the present as die year of tcttlanenis. Men ahould by all meant commence to square and settle their ac- counts. - Pay the largest per centage yon can,' and pay in the best enrreney in your power. II yon can not pay in money, pay in property, good stocks, or whatever else you "have the good fortune to possess. By far better it will be for yourself and your creditors, that you discharge your obliga tions after this manner, than for you to put the evil day off. ' It is better to make tcttkmentt at once, i juignt be withheld, in the very best way. Let this be made a There can be no doubt in any fair mind "year of jubilee," when those wbo are ( that Walker has done exactly right in re oppressed aball go free. It may be the 'jecting this bogus return of votet meee...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1857

I.cirisbtn-fj, i9a. Feidat Morning, Nov. 0, IS jT. AtlVEKTIZE V,Duf,rtarrn. tlmbuli. Mrrhssict I'abue iiScm ia Cit? al Couatry, raMifcner, all whu 0 e oetl M to rio tbl C! a- f tlM Irm-utmrf Chrvmt'.t. wfck- lia, m trg Bad iacraai&c rjrrulatiutt ia a cuouaaaitj rualaiaMic larvv prsaMetiua of artire, .rat bTMtttnvrft oonxnaer aaa oValtf, a aay ia tba Gj- See XT AdtrrtlwemcBls. Isaac L. Hakfr, of Frecpnrt, 111 , is authorized to receive subscriptions for the L-KLiltrj Chromi-le, at fl,50 per )T iu advaoc e. Tuanksoivi.no Iay Thursday, X vcniber 20. BtjrRead Got. Sewarii's Prophecy on first page of this di's paper. STbanks, again, to John A. Griek, of the U. S. frigate Susquehanna, fur piece of the Atlantic Submarine Telegraph Cable. tfllMr. Jessie Frtniont arrived at New York, from France, last Tuesday one day after her husband's arrival from Cali- fjrnia. terj-Tbe Stable of Wm. Vandcrbelt, of Wiliiamspart, was entirely consumed by re, last Tuesday night. Supposed to be the work o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1857

i .3 LINES BT Bl'BWR irai BI GoLASWTS. Wrien merchant, fondly trt to neper. And find too lata lie. bank betray, VVhe. art cm lb" thFoajh the errape, or guEgeat Uu inu .bervaiLh to pa; I Th. only w; to atop aarh croejter, Anl pay the bank Co whran th-y trtut To bring repentanoa U the broker. And .ring aia botcm, if, -lo butt." N.T.Erc Tint The Remedies for the Times. It is amusing to sea tbo various reme dies proposed for tlic Lard times. AVe bring a few of tbcm to the notice of our rckders,and the; can select for themselves. 1. A radical reform of our banking system, so that it may be more safe, un changing, and substantial. 2. A bard money currency geld and silver and sink the banks, the bank pa per, and all such trash, into the depths of the deep, deep sea ! 3. A protective tariff, or, as it used to be designated "the protection of borne industry." Slake more and buy less, and we certainly shall be out of debt. 4. A United States Bank, to regulate exchanges, as National Banks alwa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1857

LEWISBUEG CHBONICLE DY 0. N. WORDEN & J. B. COBXELIUS. An Ixdepex dext Familt Netts Jourxal. ESTABLISHED IN 1813....WIIOLE SO, 709. At $J,-riO Per Tear, Anr.irs is Avrxsct. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1857. lSlectei for the tewlabnrg Chronicle. "WIHIc, we haic nilsncd you!" i.h. Willie, b It you d-ar! -sF nf t tioui. ThyiiJ not trll me true, dear ; tb-y sail yon wcull not oume. I bmnl yon at the gate, tsni it made ny heart r-;. irr, I t 1 knew ttut Wv-lcoiue footst'-js anJ limt dvar, fctiail lap TOlcv, VkVin music oa my car, in the lont-ly tniiniht glo.Bi, OWilUefWohaTe miised youwlcom-.wtcumc hctnu! UV' lonpeU to yon nifibtly, but this nlpht of all, Tbr fire wa Ulaxiu brightly, and libt wire In th ball; TUt little one werr up till 'twas tt-n oVluct anJ ,at, ILn their eyu btran to twiukU", anJ the) have rw to lep at lat; BjI tlitfy lisfenetl for your Tolcc till they thought yon'4 nTr come h.WUlie,we hare mlMeit yon welcome, welc tna home! TV flay worr tad vlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1857

I puij.oterg Cjjronirli 'a"jJ?WOPDEH R. OOBHCUDsT' 'J'm AffMftfMfie Mm. Thr Lkitoiicii tun', i i. fUilid nn lh CMti .sytteia. Iim Ihw trpe?.t Di bell (iraUiim At ftur Kevpaprr nt Inioit Cwuntr. Fwtom, national ; Slavery, sectional! broke out iu a house of ill feino, uod j for a man8 naBd t( pass tbr0ngh ! uf .'- I by a fluid lamp Ltokcu by the druukeu courae th(j juJges eoulJ not Me , pcr90n Wednesday's Market was much in ruinates. j off .r tQ Vut(, M j 000 man oould Tote fifty advance of Saturday's aud we look for a j 'e r(fgret to leurn that Rev. II. liar- tlmcs jf u9 cu00se ; By this lan the still larger attendance, to-morrow, of both j baugh baa tendered bis resignation as jus-: judgM anJ clerks could sir ear that they Jul buyers and sellers. , tor of the First German Reformed Church ,wt me an ,7,7 voting. Marshall is la addition to the articles sold Saturday 0f this city, and that it Las been accepted ooouty on the Nebraska line, where wc noticed dressed Chickens, Ducks, Tur-j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1857

Che icnJisbnra (Lgrcatcif, ; ' . , : Af nrr-Fts-oasT naati i.LWsrarr.B, Liue-l FriJifS,tt Is;ici4n;r-j,l. ttiuu Co.Pa. TFR . f l.M par year, at run tu inr icr nJ at tlta sain- ral -- Sir a Uu,s,r nr altu ur pi-rii-il. Tto., W cts mil (.ay f,r lour month.,? ct lor .i in n'h. 1 d.l. feralcM uvoii.. 2dil. (or "iat.-eii month.. :'- l"l.f..r twa -aara, fte. Mo o. a, a rla. Pavtuwuta by uinl 0'.'' rtcviavd in gold, iwattaire uunps, ur btotk U'--tt- at ttiwir value her, Moat alud3 IVotluiu- r.-eemd at Ihe Oltk-e. t)1i.n Utr time wr-in-n. f.r lii. h a psp"'" I"" ' (utile, we fcsTe a runnto. Hrtwunl ii ia STorl'M. ADTEBTtiai hand-omHy'ral l'-t"-'. " ' !" P" Kluarron n-fc.lUAai.av-li alter iwr"". "' "'J nt.mliis, 1 d .1. pr year. Half ; r"; '' rt - I.,UM-1.S0.0J..-"- Men-haul.., lint us., out letirUt ,.l .column, lu r rar. OVr iv a l- wro-l A "- "" auMlie-t tvur. or IS "f "11 lr---r. A.1i.t1i-iio-i.1i t a tV-uioraliaiuK ttuJebfyt and lar cut, not a-iuutu-J. Conrtaunicationa th-dred nn topics ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1857

SUI.SHIKE AFTER RAIN. I iefi my love iu EuglanJ, la poverty and in pain ; The tears bung heavy in ray eye," Bui hers came down like raiu; I save her half of all i had. Repressed ihe rising sigh; For, thinking of the days to come, I kept my courage high. Farewell !" I said, "if seasons pass. And sunshine follows rain. And morning dawns on darkest night, You'll see me bacfc again." I left my love in England, And sailed the stormy sea, Tn earn my bread by daily toil, An honest titan and free; I wrought and strove from morn to night And saved my hule store; Anl every summer gave me wealth. And made the little, more. At length I bought the field I ploughed, The sunihine followed rain ; The morning dawned on heavy night, , And I went back again. I soii'ibt mv love in England, And brought her o'er the sea ; A hnpjiy man, a happy wife. To bless my home and me. My farm is large, my wants are small, I bid my cares depart. And sit beneath my own oak tree, With proud yet grateful heart. The chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1857

LEWISBDRG CHRONICLE BY O. N. WORDEN & J. B. CORNELIUS. An I.vPErEVDEVT Family News Jom.vAL. ESTABLISHED IN 1 84 U.... WHOLE NO., 710. At $1,50 Per Yeah, alvtats in Advance. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1857. Tbe Son? of Hie Autumn Rain. Bjr Hit. n. Haxbaiuh Guardian tot Nut. Otinw In, my mug, with th aatmnn ruin, A It drmrfl drlrm o'er the ycll w itin ; At it Bound from the woojn, ax it 1r p from the trr, As it swell! in the rivers, aud iar to the Clilme Id, mr pong, with tbe Antnmn rain, A it drops from the eaves, as It U-at-on tbe pane; As it plaraoa thermit, while its erhoes start. To tbr tuoe of the patt, in the song: of the heart Chine la, bit 'one, with the Autumn rain, There is no lVpiir in its dreary strain; 1 ts lone low notes of wo belong To the homeward way. and the pilgrim' son j. Chime in, my mms, with the Autumn ruin, Its notes will change into Joy a? in : Alike abore axe tbe beavciu which bring Tbe Autumn rain and tbe showers of Spring. THE CIIU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1857

TV Hnftra ffrm.-Th Lcwubtm Camovcu. f hUhc4 on thr Cj Pvatrm, bt tli tjT-ett ui4 btt , cii-cul tiu "fan XrFpapr in Virion CouMt. j Fn'C'bm, national : Slavery, Sectional! Next Week is Union County Court, (.Vlj'iuracJ,) ubeu the suffering County ; Treasury hopes there will be some Catb j bilities are estimated at a million and brought in, and a great mauy cases renaov-1 a half sterling, but are fully secured, ed from that frightful Trial List Let the j Pabis, Friday, Oct. 30. General Judges, Lawyer, Jurors and Clients all ' Cavaiguae died suddenly, yesterday eo-operate in dead earnest, for cne week, moi niujr, of aneurism of the heart ..- .u k ... i,, j i! while suiiro shooting on tuo estate ol getting tbeir business ceomphed ll M roauloat of srtlic. Thc Lody can be done as well in a short as in a long immcdiatcly 1)rougilt t0 pari3 in tin,c- a special train bv Madame Cavaignac. ftsTWc shall be glad to receive or renew The funeral will take place to-mor-pubacriptioTis, text week, for...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1857

m a. lS-"7. 1 t'VKKTIjK! fnnlrfllarpr. Mer-want. 1- hi.ni.-s J- fiiltlie Ounvr, in City ami C'liutry. 1'ul'ii.l.e ,11 who wii.li U I'll)' "r sell 'llM d" 1 1" , ttuiin of the Ui"inrii 1'(mt'-l'. which h. a lerce .n.l Inereaeia eireulatieu lo a cooiniui.it. e...t.;ni:: a krt, irutMrU.B uf noli.e. .il.-ut provider., ivu.-utiMT eti J Jealere, an auy iu tlie S tile. j CT Sre Ktw .1 elver I I semen! . .MARKETS Wednesday & S itunlavs, lroni daylipht to 9, A M-Js-rnr-urg- larlV. C. G. Hi:lxil)M, (Homo-pa-tlii.t) author of the "Farmer's IVoumtion J?oek," ba. located iu Milton. 1 e-Tlicre will bo no merlin; of tbe IJjard of Directors of tbc l!.ink of Nor thumberland next Tliursid.iy, it being Tliuuk.iving Day. ; SafSomc hungry chaps woikcd their! wiy in gome unlawful umtimr ir.to AVasli. Hutchinson's oyetir grocery, Sabbath day right helped themselves and left a .-bawl for change. tc.Mr. Tleckcadoru, County inpeiiu ttndcnt, it now engaged very busily night tin J day in his duties, and se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1857

MS TDK UWIIWH CRlomcUL Come to the Markets t Ho '. farmers, bring your marketing, We earnestly entreat jroa ; Tho' time are tight, and funds are scarce, Still we're prepared to meet you. We're armed ourselves with baskets, pails, Good appetite and money We 'U buy you oat, bring what yon will Hog, hominy or boney. Here's sale Tor all your track, unless Your terms are oat of reason ; Bat doa't think we're obliged to buy Your butler made last season. Here's gain and sport no danger of Your " kraut" or spirits willing Just try it on why, bless your hearts, Tis livelier than a quilting I The songs of the astonished fowls Please us, and won't make yon sick ; True, they sing slightly out of tune. And make more noise than music Don't mind the weather, tho' it makes Stiff fingers and blue noses; Ynn'll get your pockets filled with "rocks," And cheeks like fresh-blown roses. The earliest risers flourish best Philosophers all teach it ('Tis somewhat harder, though, for us To practice than to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1857

T 1171 y J) OMR BY O. N. WOIIDEX & J. R. CORNELIUS. Ax Ixi)ErrruKT Family Nftts .Torn vat.. ESTABLISHED IN lSiJ....V' HOLE NO., Til. At $1,50 Pes Ylak, always in- Auvaxce. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1857. ICLE. Och ! I"lmnlrv- rrnlirw.r- a- a i.r rh c f & Vr, An' he si'! fix f-' I eijii. ; llil ftrra wm s 'nuii 1 ihk-Uht ian tl.v'h Tia IMiKUftriz jrr.t ' HI? hir was a Mack a- ill -tin 1r'W of nM. ! And be-curUiotti the ar 1. ft ly mnv a t-lit ; And liii tMc like ti thu.ilor - J- --t. ott .iii: civl loud. And Uinejes stnnr likf lihtaiii ffcuia umilirr tlic cloud. Nrnr thcr wasit a --Sri. from thirty fl " , j liivil a mutter h-r cnt-s, t.ut cmi11 r.irr.f "n'tii-.i her; Bat ftltLoujli all ihv iini d on bi.n. yt-t oun V the girl of hi Lnrt.nuJ lie h-r- t her nt.n,t; An' winn tin !"in. li' tit" " "n'l f"1 Wan th" '' t'l tbe In-art l I'lmuJri I'roli'HTf ; An he'd die f r one a-mlr lmm In- K .th1t-n K'Br'.on, F.t bi love, like his tint re. s.riv tl lion. Hut Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1857

O. K. VVOBDEN J. B. COENELIUS. Tm Bliftam .Wcaj. The LmaurM Cmwli, MSIi.he.1 M tb Cvh hw Ui larrmt u4 krtt arrdlaUoa of t,V Nt-waTtac to I'trieQ County. Freedom, national ; Slavery, sectional! The NESTGrcat Fraud! Shall It be Successful? AH intelligent and thoughtful read ers have watched with piinful anxiety step by step tie efforts of tie so-called , Democratic Administration to enslave . , -- tl nnn llh TrlT th da" othe ! repeal of the Missouri Compromise, until Bachanan declared that " Slavery exists in Kansas under the U. S. Constitution, there has been a series of violations of honor, frauds, falsehoods, usurpations, lawlessness, robbery and murder all sus tained by Government officers, and power civil and military. The only way the people of the North were pacified from rising and hurling the Democracy out of offieo and under the deepest cursce ever heaped upon men, was the reiterated asser tion atd solemn promise through the pres, and on the stump from Pres. Bu chanan, Gov. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1857

JjCirisbitrff. '. Friday Morning, Nov. 27, 1S"7. IVKHTT7-Kt Vanufifturi'in, McThntiJ. M'tiTi.cS A Public Ofllcr ViXj mnt u.-unirj. i amiw' ' ' "!;r:m.S I r '"trrTA : jir, a. any to tiMduw. 1 J See Sew advertisement. JonN S. Yl.DER of Buffaloe Valley bad this year an ear of Corn j tejrThe $5 advertised as found in our ;,t, is not called for. Happy times! when nobody misses a 5. ecJuMr. Fixk, of the Lutheran church, preached a discourse appropriate to ; Tbanksgiv.ng, in the OernMH lloiormca puri!uan, t0 adjrMnent, a majority of , t, ' violatine this ordinance shall mcur a penally L use, Lewihburg, yesterday morning. : t, Xeacliers of the township with others, i - u--t or - .t aim-t rr ";'. '' j f from ne Dollar to Five Dollars, to be re ,,0, Curtis to preach in the evening at aMi at tlie Union ,cULl IIou.c on i ! ZZZ s are" . . f , t'je liaptist house. i .We are indebted to the authur, Mr. .1. M. M. Okrsbrd, of Muucy, for three sheets of Music, entitled " Lloyd's Waltz," .. '..w l'ic-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1857

JL in Hi- 3 LOSING A WITE ! Tie boor was approaching for the de parture of tbe Now Haven steamboat from ber berth at New York, and tbe usual I crow J of passengers, newsboys, fruit vco ders, cabmen tod dock loafers was aae ta bled on and about tbo boat Gazing at tbe motley group from tbe foot of a prom inent deck stairs, ourattcotiou was attrac ted by tbe singular action of a tall, brown Yankee, in an immense wool bat, choco late colored coat and pautaloons, and a fancy vest lie stood near tbe starboard paddle box, and gcrutauized sharply every female that came on board, every now and then consulting an enormous silver tail's. ratcb, which he raised from the depth ' - - - - . . eye watch of a capacious fob by means of a powerful steel chain. After mounting guard in tbis manner, be rushed furiously down the gang plank and up the wharf, re-appearing on board almost instantaneously, with a flushed face, expressing tbe utmost anxi ety. Tbe series of operations be performed several times...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 December 1857

LEWISBURG ess BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. B. CORNELIUS. Atf IXDEPE.VnK.VT FAMILY NEWS JoURS'At. ESTABLISHED IN 1S43....WUOLE NO., 712. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1851 At $1,50 Pee Teak, altays rnt Advance. IMOVDtT, SOV. 30, IS5T. TO OUR PATRONS. f Three years have elapsed since it was on. tuuneed that the Ltwuaim Ciioxicli would thereafter not be sent abroad to any except Pay- in-Advance subscribers. To this general sys- tern, tee hcte adlmed, except in a tic coxes un der peculiar circumstances. "When we attempt ed it. we were entirely alone in the effort, and our friends, with scarcely an rrception. prophe sied a failure. We were compelled to erase Two Hundred Karnes from our list many of them, we knew, were honest, worthy, and rtliablrt but no partiality could be shown. Three long years have since pasted, and we art again spared to remiit. We tukc pleasure in saying, that the Advance plan stands the tat of Experience. We hate not lust 3 per cent, on all our busi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 December 1857

Wtmrtmem W - Vh fivMtdwii w t Cut. iJif. ha Freedom, national ; Slavery, sectional. CONGRESS nMti next Monday, and if (he Administration do not fint split on tLe Ksdmj question, the Message will probably roach in mmod for next Chroni cle. ' It is raid to bs extremely long. Walker has left Kansas for good, and assures the President that tbe infamous Bogus Kansas Constitution tfvndd not and ran not be enforced upon her oppressed, insulted and indignant people. In this position of hostility he expects the aid of Douglas, Forney and other Democrat! who for the downfall of the party, North. Buchanan and the Cabinet, however, Tory truly say thst this is no worse than the previous pro-slavery measure which the Democracy hare endorsed or winked at, all lacking to one end. And how can they stop when the prize is in eight? The SSiaxpbaeks of New Jersey, the Irish and Dutch of Pennsylvania, tbe Nubians of Indiana and the enlightened Egyptians of IUiuou aiil never desert tbe glorious Do cucrati...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 December 1857

Levcisburff Pa, Friday Morning, Dec. 4, 1857. DVERflZK ! Tdannfactartirii, Merchant, Mechanics A Pwbli OSloer Id Citr and Ounlry, Pblihra .11 ho wiak t bar or wowld do w.11 to f.lojr tb. uluani of tb inctiiT Ctrwrud, bta bu a tarae ... in rlmUlian la iuim anil enutainiwt large praeurUo of active, o!v.ot lirialuoua, cooMi.er end dvalara, u may l tn dj- gee Sew tdertiemeli. kMr. Purdt of the -dry- 2lin able to be about bis room. tPTlio Wisconsin Election is at last decided. The Tote is imali, but Alexander V. Randall, (Rep ) lis elected Governor, with a Ucpubliesu Legislature. sa,The Buffaloo Township Teschers' Institute meets at Pontius' School bouse, at 10, A. M., to morrow. Prieuds of Ed ucatioD are doubtless all welcome to attend. g-Eight of the Lcwwburg and two of tie East Uuffaloo TeacL.ru, with some School Directors, met in the capacity of an Institute, last Saturday, in Lcwisburg James Aiken. Chairman. No formal ac count uf the proceeding bas been furnished Hi. I Ba.Col. Ecu, ...

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

h e7 I: The World, a Barber Shop. Oar notions rightly Vnitted up. No one a doubt can harbor, Thatjall the world's a barber shop, And every man a barber. The farmer, he's a barber's friend. And ready, in a trice, air. To lather with a recommend. And shave as with a price, air. Mechanics, they are barbers, all, Nor lackeys at the play, sir. They lather "when for work they call, And share as for the pay, sir. The doctor, he's a barber, too. He lathers with a pill, sir. And, many applicants or few, lie shaves ns with a bill, 'ir. The merchant, he's a barber too. And who than him surpasses ! He lathers with fine calico. And shaves the beardless lasses. Our Congress members lately have Assumed the barber's station. Anil, without lather, tried to shave With doable compensation. Bnt, of all the suds-bedaudinff host. With razors whet the keenest. The lawyer lathers folks the most. And shaves mankind the cleanest. A Rich Puff A manufacturer and vender of quick mcdiciucs, recently wrote to a f...

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