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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1857

Xf- LEWISBURG CHRONICLE 0 BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. ESTABLISHED IN 1843.... WHOLE NO., 713. At $1,50 Per Year, always ix Adyace. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA.t FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1857. AN ISDErEXDEST FAMILY NeTTS JOURNAL. fOB TUB LLMSWM ClIEoSICLE. "Court Proceeding" Extraordinary. acrpogED to az wnirrrs nr L. c x. lei. & get your halt and Ut us take a stnil twanls the Court, A place wftere ail the idlers in the county can resort ; W- oannnte Vie mudus operandi, tee whtt'stn be sent, Afi possibly acquire some Irjat K-nowhdje by Vie scene. 1tre Justi -e rijn4 with sioay supreme, within her rightful pates; fl r symbvl is a m-mey-baghrr mfge.-ts wetr tc sc-tb-s ; H-nyts ain't c'ose4,at 7;-r- t.fn-e : hr count'-nanc isbrnsF ; ."V plucks h. T c'intS f itherUsS, tV trts th'M t fT'tiS. jHtn't tdl: lot' fawL or we'C be ti-f up with a bmg re! jU, Ji irw If impirtaiti tip-ttj.it', wh'i thf of Curt cant r. J ; TJtty male more noise than all the nUt a a J what miy sen ubturd, AVe...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1857

1 ' .; i. ... ! -J I, O. N. WOB DEN at J. H. CORNELIUS. Tm ttmtittra VrM. The T.snmra CnnifiR, raMi'tieri oa tb Ch syai.-.-w. baa tbo lrp"-t and bret rtrc-ulaticn of aur Nwf aprr in I ni-.n County. Freedom, national ; Slavery, sectional. Next Week is Dec. Court f.jr Union county. There is much money ruing us, from man; different person, on CM and new accounts, which we greatly need, and which wo hope will be scot in then. It will afford, also, a good oppor tunity for renewing cr commencing sub-t-crij.-iont-. For those who desire to get the paper cheaper by getting up clubs, c offer liberal terms ; aa will bo seen in Prospectus on last column of next psje. Cut it out, attach it to a sheet of paper, and see what YOU can do. The 35th Congress. ..1st Session. The futlowing is the Democratic, Repu blican or Union, and Straight American, atresg'h in each brauch : SKNATE. Dcni. K- p. An. Dam. baa. Am. o o o o o o 0 0 0 a o ralnf 0 0 N tiampshir. 0 t 2 2 1 2 1 e i i 2 0 1 1 0 20 0 a o 0 0 0...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1857

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER DEC: 11, 1857. JLetvisburff, Ma. Frid.VTMobN'ISG, DEC. 11, 1S57. VBVKRTrZK'-M.0f.rtnr,r..,M..,,t:Mh.:.7. p .biie ono.Ti in rut nd i Cnu.r-.rv paMLiw all who -th IA buy or .ell wiald il.i writ toetnoltiy th. aiiumo. of the i.rviti.urj chr.mi'. winch his . hirjr Urzt proporuon nf mrwe. iiv.ut (iraJui-eN, cunf.umri an 1 inrrMiinr i-in-ut.lii.n In . issminunitr et.nt.i ni n r u4 dw.lcr. a. any in tbu ltm. See Xcw Advertisement tSTttcgular Court for Snyder county, this week. (In Dec, it occurs before iu Mead of after the Union county Court.) t&"u Fair 1'lav,' Gazette, recommends in the ve"nf''i Snmiil Tt.irtnn. nf . , I.ewisburg, for Chief Clerk of the House teyAfter resting two months according 1 to our count, Col. Kck has issued another No. cf the ".Milton Democrat." We thiuk this a deeiJeJ sign cf sjiud improve-j tneut iu the tnincy market, somewhere, ' Somehow. B? -Vdjonrucd Court iu Danville, on! Monday, 1 Ith P.c. The regular term ! ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1857

JL I 1 -i i ( ' 1 V-w-'! Confident:, is Evenrtnlng A Frenchman loaned a merchant five tlousaod dollars when the timet were good, lie called at the counting bouse, a few days ago, in a state of agitation not easily described. "How do you do 7" inquired the mer chant. "Sick ver tick," replied monsieur, "ft hat's the matter ?" "Do times is de matter." "Da times wbat disease do you call that!" "Di malaide dat break all de merchants, ver much." "Ah I the times eh T tbey are bad, very Lad, sure enough ; but do they affect you?" "Vy monsieur, I lose de confidence." "Not in me, I hope." "Pardonnez moi,nionsieur, but I do not know who to trust when all de merchants break several times to pieces." 'Thro Ton want vour nionev V n..i. mnnsunr. T urT for want nf I v , I 1 mgcui. "Can't you do without it T" ''No, monsieur, I must have it." "You must 7" "Oui, monsieur," said dimity breeches, turning pale with apprehensions for the safety of bis money. "And jou can't do without it V "No, monsieur, n...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1857

I ' a f if' : ii , t: I hi i, Confidence if Everything. A Frenchman loaned merchant fire thousand dullara when the time were good, lie called at the counting house, a few dsjs ago, in a state of agitation not easily described. "How do you do?" inquired the mer chant. "Sick ver sick," replied monsieur. "W hat's the matter ?" "De times is de matter." "De times what disease do yon call thatT" "De malaide dat break all de merchants, ver much." "Ah I the times eh ? they are bad, Tery Lad, sure enough ; but do they affect you?" "Vy monsieur, I lose de confidence." "Not in me, I hope." "Pardonnez momonsieur, but I do not know who to trust when all de merchants break several times to pieces." "Then yon want your money f" "Oui, monsieur, I starve for want of .'argent." "Can't you do without it ?" ''No, monsieur, I must have it." "You must ?" "Oui, monsieur," said dimity breeches, turning pale with apprehensions for the safety of bis money. "And you can't do without it?"' "No, monsieur, not v...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1857

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE BY O. N. WORDEN & J. E. CORNELIUS. ESTABLISHED IN 1843....WIIOLE NO., 714. At $1,50 Per Year, always is Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1857. Ajf IXDErENPEXT FAMILY NEWS JOURNAL. THE CIIROILE. MOVDAV, DEC. 14, (The following I trow of sews vera lOMltnl in partonly of out Isftt WffL's rJiliou. Appointment by the Governor. Samuel Sliflr, Notary Public far the county of Union, vice Geo.A.Friek, whose commission expires 28th Dee. 1S57. Washington, Doc. 9. Jas R.Stcdnian of O. is elected Printer tj the House, and Gco.W.15owuian of Bedford Pa. appoiutcd Superintendent of Printing. Tlie bth Governor for Kansas ! Pres. Buchanan has removed Sec. titanton, acting Governor of Kansas, and appointid Gcd. Denver in his place. Mr. Stuuton's crime was calling together, at the request of the People of Kausas,i7ieoty Legislative body ever elected by themselves! It was to meet 7th inst Kansas is not yet "suMued .'" TO OUR PATRONS. tlFTItrce yciirs hare ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1857

1- LEWISBURG CHRONICLE BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. R. CORNELIUS. ESTABLISHED IN 1843....WIIOLE NO., 714. At $1,50 Pkr Year, always is Advance. LEWISBURG, UNIOX CO., PA.V FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1857. AS I.VDKrEKDEN-T FAMILY NEWS JOURNAL. THE CIIROMCjLE MOYUAlf, DEC 14, ITbelullowln. Item of aewe were iaacrted in fiartooljr of our laat week' ediUoa. Appoint mrnt by the Governor. Samcel Super, Notary Public for tbe county of Union, vice Geo.A.Frick, whose commission expires 2StU Dec. 1S57. Washington, Dec. 0. Jas B.Stcdman of O. is elected I'rinter tj tlic House, and Gco.W.Bowruao of lie J ford Pa. appointed Superintendent of Printing. Tlie bill Governor for Kansas Pres. Buchanan has removed Scc.Stauton,acting Governor of Kansas, and appointed Gen. Denver in bis place. Mr. Suuton's crime was calling together, at the request of tbe People of Kansas,(7te ona- Legislative body ever elected by themselves ! It wis to meet 7th inst Kansas it not yet "subdued .'" TO OUR PATRONS. I if Time years ha...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1857

apologies and misrepresentations to aid in the tonitummatkiB of the Kansas plot! "Id the Kansas Nebraska act, however, Ihis rrqttiresuent.as applicable to the whole constitution, bad act bees inserted, and tha eoovention were not bound by iti term to tubmit any others portion of tbe intra inat to an election, except that which re late te the 'domestic institution' of slavery. This will be rendered clear by n simple re ference to its language. It wag 'not to lcgUlato slavery into any Territory or State, nor to exclude it therefrom, but to leave the people thereof perfectly free to form and regulate their domestic institu tion! in their own way. According to tbe plain construction of the sentcnee, the words 'domestie institutions' have a direct as they have an appropriate reference to slavery. 'Domestie institutions' are limi ted to tbe family. The relation between master and slave and a few others are 'do. tnestio institutions,' and are entirely dis tinct from institutions of a polit...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1857

LEWISBURG ClffiOtflCLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER-DEC. 18, 1857. JLcicisburff, Ma. Friday Morning, Dec. 18, 1857. LDVEnTTZK' - M.nof1u!turri.,MfrrliiiBtii.Mrhiiui - - PutlK- orflrt la Cits anil rvmntrr. PMIhr II tn.uti to bus-r anil wmiW4.. well emlo? tbs ui uw btvuUtTf viarwcu, uich tu urg. n'l iorr.asio7 clrrulatina hi ft rAniinunits containing a ear-. fropnrti.i f tdiw, nif.it Lirudik-vn, eomuaivrs ud aaira, as mj Hi liar Mats. C3" Se Xw itlvft-Isci.i-ul. j Tuesday and Wednesday, Court held Remember the restitute. j cvcnilS sessions a plan which meets nni The Principal and Pupils of the Lewis- vcrsal rT-ro', and essential to prop- Lure Academy, assisted by the Lewisburj; String Baod, will give a Public Reception, on j ih'Rspat r.vr.s.N, tue -4th inst , iu IxDErENPF.ST Halt., (old 1'. Church). AJuutiance 12 cts. The entire proceed to he placed iu the hands of a Committee of uentlormn. to be employed iu rulievinir nny r'fuof ,lct.taUvH that umy exist in cnargeti on i ucsitay. slier r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1857

ADYERTISE, NOW ! If merchants would sell their goods at the lowest rates possible, the would draw many rusty dollar from its hiding place, where it will regain ntil strong iudaoemcnts are beld oat to bring it forth. Unman nature is the same the world oyer, and if people diseorer that goods are to be bought "dirt cheap," nioner will at once flj as nimbly as ever. There are thousands of dollars that al ways become useless in such times as these ; just at the Terr time when wo can not afford to bare it remain idle. Let ev ery dealer in goods, of whatever descrip tion, offer them at prices that will com mand a sale, and thus the money can be raised upon a stock of goods in a few weeks, that would require months to raise by standing ont for high prices and any one would rather have the first cost and freight, than to keep the goods. Money will be made by such an operation, as, the sooner eaah becomes plentiful, the sooner can people discharge their debts and the whole community is benefi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1857

r LEW E J BY 0. N. WOllDEX & J. 11. COl.NKLU'i.. As lNni:rKNri:T Family News JorRiwu.. ESTABLISHED IN lU AVliOLE Nu, 715. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER AT sf i'.;u i M.uAVi r:; Advance. 25, 1857. Tltc lActlN'iil Mum! - They faw tno advice and cuus. l la t-toir, .'rain tu and Iiuditi il me uiro nit J un.'f, (aid that 1 only fhould "wait a whi'e," OlXurvd their i'truv, XjO, u.ih it u.il. llut, ith all tlit ir lionurainl nppn.l-utloti, X stituti. Ion ag--, bvu it! -urtaliuu, Had there not c-me au .:iettt tuxu Vfho X'Wviy to lu'Ij. uie a'.witt; l-au. Quo Ml-w. Lf pit Bit tlitr fur J I ate liu kindnt-aa nJ crr 1 i-au i..-r foriM; Vet I can not taibrwi- him. tliuuii vUr folks c tn, For I myself aw this 11,111 ', v; t German cf II us , r.P 3 I ti S 1 1 i V 1 1 f" "1 j-.'urtx'y tf n.uiiy nii.es through the wil- plundered the house anil carried nwjy two ! that 1 nhouM advocate the uubiuisaion uf I hhull nut eotr fully into thoarg'iii.t't.t iVuiu tiia U'Tary uuiaiuD of the i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1857

JL. ! -.if li m Xnufclmrfl Cljumirlc. O. N. WOhDlN fit J. R. CORNELIUS. T" tttttinr ?. Tho f.rwcj-irar; Ciikom. ; lhM rti Ilie Carli MiH.-a. lin tin- Urt-t un 1 U .l 4rmU(t'n ofanT X ' r in ' ni..n Toiinir. Ten Years in Lcwisburir. On Christmas Day, 147. the Crst No. cf this paper under the writer's charge wn issued. Since that tim?, whether in prosperity or adversity, in health or sick ness, his best energies r.f body and ruiud Lave been devoted to tLe good cf the paper and through it of its r.atr,ip Willi n.u. !i Taluable assistance received, yet the chkf labor Las devolved upon us, and day and ' night year after year have we diligently labored to enrich its columns. We have omctimcs been credited with articles not i our own, but have cftencr failed of dues ' in that particular. One Forr.TH of oirt ' IVUOLE LIKE and that, doublles', much , tho best portion of it has w.en Tin s PEVOTED to the I.arlJ,vr.j Chruuil: It may Bcem a trifling matter to others, but not to tho one wLj has t...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1857

JjCtvisbitrff, Mtt Friday Mousing, kc 217. i.-tiirvr. s.T.lint. M-bani.-i tllTRKTI.K "' r P,lbll- ''."jU.'nlJ .1.. il t..-l"y .-... I'diinTrv. Uil .. .... o. t.i I'HV ' ,'"i m- .iro.,ti,..u r.l.o..it routa.u...,-. ani Jin.I.ii-, " lu t'"' r? Scp rvlvri roi!ciil!. ay-Telegraph hours tu-day S to 10 A. M. aid 4 to ij 1". M. The Cahkiek lJt.v. I.ut fS' tbo faitliful Carrier lJjy oa the 1st January. He will T"t it to a good use pay f-r ''is schooling, to make him a mja when be becomes a man ! Court Vi;k k-mii. ' -' ) In the Jury trial of Williams vs Kaufman & licber, verdict S2sii,o7 for l'itf. P.akervs lUteMiiau : Jury dismissed. Kittcr vs Preisbieh : verdict for Deft. M'Clery vs Valval h : cae takeu from Jury : Jude to decide the point of law raised, in wiitiu,. Mary Aun Davis vs Win. Davis, fjr divorce : Jary liad for l'iil- Lewisburg Literary Association, iuor porated. AuJrew Kennedy appointed to audit Protbouotary an 1 llegister A. llccorJot's accounts. There were three bills fo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1857

IsCtvisbitrff, Friday Mousing, !-" "s1s"'7- l:"T"."-.- rirr..l.t..i In. .".,., r,.uc.,u,.u . .J 4calcti, a.- ay m lllt" state.. "tSctTscw Irtvci t icisieiil!. geirTelpgraph hours to day S to 10 A. M. atdt toO 1". M. The Cakuilii Uoy. Ihm't forget tie faithful Carrier Hoy on the 1st January. Ho will put tJ a !"H,a use pay for his schooling, to make him a nna when he becomes a man ! Court Wi:kk(.-. '...) 1m the Jury trial of Williams vs Kaufman & Uebir, VcrJict S2Mi,:'i7 for 1'iff. J'.akcr vs latceiuan : Jury dismissed. Hitter vs Dreisbach : verdict fur Deft. M'Clery vs Valvals ill : can-taken from Jury : JuJe to decide tho point of law raised, in wiiting- Mary Ann Davis vs Win. Davis, for divorce : Jury li:il fir 1MV. Lewisburg Literary A.-soci.v.iou, incor porated. Andrew Kennedy appointed to audit I'rothouotary and U-oii'.cr llctfurdor s aecounlH. There wore throe b'ils sent tip to tlio ("Iran J Jury twj fouud True Iiiil.-, and one ignored. The Court was common J ib!y industrio...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1857

7 . 1 Tiii. rct-uU was superinduced by I lie hot tlitt I l.o Territorial LcgUature had ap- poiutcd all thu Sheriffs aud 1'robate Judges in .11 tbcsu couutic. to whom wa. aligned , .. ... 6 ; lucdutv. bv Ian. of itiaKino- thin ensna : and rcgiMry. These officers were political . . ' 0 ' paninos, utss-cming ironi mo Vitas auu opiuintiK of t be people of these count im, as proved by tbe election of October last. Tbefc officer, from waiit of fuuds,as tlKjr allege, neglected or refused to take auy ceiitus,or make any registry in these couu-tk-i, and therefore tbey were entirely dis franchised, and could not and did not give a single vote at tbo election of delegates to the Conti:ution Convention. And berc I with to call attention to the distinction which will appear in my iuau gural aJJrct.f, in reference to those coun ties where the votes were fairly registered, and did not voto. Iu such counties, tbe ' question is very different from those coun tie Where there was no Census or registry...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

LEWISBUEG CHRONIC .11 9 U' 0. N. WORDEN & J. Ant Ixnr.rENPEXT Family i j , . ro Tiu irwMisffco cur.oxin.r- - Ji .fi t vou rom'tn' t-r, lirntl'cr darl , Tli-- i mi- of .ur -arIj rhiMlinol T1.- i-l.-BfWtt cti-xc. : n 1 the orcli-ir.!, t.n Th- R"ti ot tin- Virl lit llu wJMwood ' An J jou r-in- inr tin- r'-u-ti liiil iJ", V !i-ree u.- l t k in the mmrnrr lime. Ali i t" th- lf:iTi- i f lh- liir 1y 0:1 k, At.-l laily i tit warm futi-L:ii, tin- i-U-anatil banks. -f t!ie JutiiV..i! rritWr! tin' wiiilmanV axf lin" Ihto tln-n. ; AnJ tin tall, waving tnv, arc imw lai 1 lw, Tin plowman h:ic furwweJ tin- grit-ii, " In the whhJ.-.I fcn-Tr wb rr c lav.l lii tio. Ilj the will !., I.rvtlirr' where wt oft bu.lt our house?, ln:rcWs, fi-toriM. Ktn-n, ami ?i on, Att-1 lh- Laztriiut l-uhf hi tin nmrflif U-low, Art lriiD thf et'-rm in ).va tLat are 'nc, Hj the water of the Mm-J uuiata. ltr.-ih-r.' thr par-i'-ii tiu-Jn ju-t w!i.-r- it stoJf Th .u;b th flowers are trained r aur.thfr, AnJ th I'lum Iw irl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER JAN. 1. 18-58. ill begin to : that. There ia no way of doing it. There I ruled fur all the objects. Sir, I want to I'ir'ALL the Lnigmas Ac. proposed in our i paper, are now answered. We have several ; Jihn U. Linn, Tl ni.vfitp 1 I nt I la nnf h,nn mum lurtnin. mnti I vantiirn frt Irnnw whftt tllA mOlieV Is VUIVU Jut. J'Ld'Ji b .... mi liinl fntrrr utiu-h In flirl a uit.l,t. iit Speech Of OWEN LOVEJOT, of 111., ! would be the lionet thing, sir. Aud predict k than that tho Secretary of the j should like to know whether it is neeessa- investigation. On the Tieasury Auto .V.'.'. ', what would bo the result ? The result ' Treasury will be here next winter, asking ry to have these four regiments ra:.icJ, in ' Niiri1..h.i .iuoii,, rlnuti.ir 2i,': ( WOoM be, that you can burrow this uion- a lon of $ Jff.OOO.OOO at the close of that j order to havo captains, corporals, awf er-j vVsCI-7 'laSEiTuTemu V ( I Lavr, Mr.Chairiuaa, several orjeutinni. . e...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

FlIinVY MonXlXG. J s ., ...... ..,,. r. v,.,.!,,,!!.. M.-.-li.in .1 li . i-li tu liv r jiuiiiui t H't ' t-.n..i - ..in. li I..... a l.ir.e ii.im.i'.'.iii'. i- .iitninmi: a ut )': lai't-r-, .-uu-uunTS l.n.t nr..!. irtl-m falfclr-.'-1") Hit Tr'src '''li'',',,,'",'' f-j-Te'egr ijdi hours to- Jaj S 10 10 A. M. at.d 1 to (I V. M. TO i li.-T'1' 1'nuoMi i.t closes several ! . ur Club subscription--. AM vlh 1 de-irc t'i continue (lo pay 111 l'cb.C'ouit) will please see that their lui'ifs are sent 111 by Monday next. Tho-e iVriimiq new dull also shoull send 111 tin- by .loii-.!.iy. in or.br ihat we may know how many to prim. President of Lswisjurg Un'.ver-ity. At a special meeting t.f the Truwteef, bell iu 1'liilaJ. mi Tu.'s,iay li-l, 0:1 the fTidl'lh ballot, UeV. Jl sliN U. I.tmMIS Was HH-iiiMi uh cloctel Iresi l-'iit or our ' University. Hiving fir several sc. bos liiied the Chair of Natural Sciences in the I ti-ti! utiou of which lie is now tcudered tii.' priticipil cViri', his s-.-lec'i ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

JL 1; An Amusing Medley. Tlir peculiarity in the fullowin" ingrui only constructed composition, is, that each I line is separated from ils company in different i piecei, yet they are to well collated that they rhyme anil correspond in metre. The moon was shining silver bripht, Alt bloodless lay the untrodden snow; When Freedom, from her mountain height. Exclaimed, "Now don't be foolish Joe '" An honr psssed on he Torli awoke, A bumblebee went thmdermg by, To bover in the sulphur suv-We, And spread its pU up n tiie sty.; 1H echoing ate the settler swung, lit was a lad of high renown, An l. deep the pearly eaves amor?. iiles Scrojgins courted Molly Brown. I.oud roars the wild, inconstant blast, And cloudless set the sun at rven, When twilight dews are filling f.i-T, ' And rolls the inundrr-iirum o.r .itavi i. ' j Oh. ever thus, from childhood's hour, Hy torch and trumpet fast arrayed, I Beneath Ton ivy-mantled tower, 1 The bull-frog croaks his serenade. Oh, my love is like the red, re...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

aMlrtss rf fljt Corner uf tjit Lewisburg Chronicle. 1 Kind Friends ! I'm on an errand somewhat new, But doubtless old and understood by you ; I've come to tell you the important truth That a New Yeah is here in all its youth ; And as this is my introductory lay, Upon my word I don't know what to say. "You'd scarce expect one of my age," wont do I've oft repeated that, and so have you. "Hoops" now are thought a necessary evil, (Though all once said they came straight from tho devil.) Division's past what shall I do for rhymes ? There's nothing left for facts in these hard times. My brain is bankrupt ditto "mill" and purse And, without "rocks," how can I grind out verse ? A dime or two enough to grease tho wheels, Would greatly stimulate- "machine" and wheels. At home much has been done in Fifty-Seven. Tho College Buildings covered streets made even (Some places level with your parlor doors, And others level with'your cellar floors.) Out in yon grove, the "Fcm. Sem." Buildings stand, ...

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