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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

EXTRA. LEWISBURG, l'A. JAN. 0, 1858. Message of the Governor. To the IlmorntAt the Senators and $fmtr of the Ujuseof Rjfresentattres of the U'enerttt AsumtJy. GixmaiRt-Bv th mifTnuret of vnUr fellow ritiz'-n. you bare been charce-l with the duty of rerfu-iitiiin them, and the intertt of the Oiunio wealth, io the LejUUtive brauru of lht Government. Tb nfniO. bilities "U have anuiued and the duti-A to he pviiutiu d hhould ever I- rt-curdeilai- paDifunt ! every tfel!i-h orpartitau eonsidt ration. The priority of th MaW .n,l th .reneral WulUre f the iwple. oboulri weive your earnest atteutii'ii, and f the aim and end of your ie.riUtive action. Ti. pruiuote thewubjeets. I will rheer fullv. in every lentil and constitutional manner. duritiR theVnntinuance of my official term. Hirte with you. The pant year, with tit except ii-n of re ent financial .nv.rr.m'.nt been on of isvneral I'nflK-riiy. No ff"rfijro war no fraternal ptrite. ha di-turbed the peai-etUI (JUlrl 01 our iioiuen. . ii-wiu u...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1858

turer is exposed, under a system of low du ties, to a ruinous competition with the cheap labor of Kur pe, he is p-iid for liis poods in a currency hss valuable than tint p;iid to his foreign competitor. As a necessary result the homo fabric is driven from the market, and tbc home manufacturer ruined. The oper.it ion of these causes, Mimuhited by low duties, is sntlieient to destroy the industrial nTLries of any people. With these facts lief, .re us, it is no mutter of surprise th;it our mills, factories and fur naees li.ivt- bi-eu closed, and thousands of hone-t laborers thrown out of employment; that commerce h:is scarcely an existence, that bankruptcy and ruin are around us, and our g itT;d propcrity paralyzed. To avoid these dis.-isters, to which we have been peri odically exposed, rej.inu not only in our sys tem of banking, but in our revenue laws, be comes indisp -tis:ible. If the principle of the act of 1842 had een preserved even if its rate of duties had been reduced, our .s...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1858

LEW CHRON 15Y 0. N. WOliDKN & Ii. C01LNKL1LS. Av Inp!'i i:n'I'i:nt Family Nkws .Toirval. LEWISDUUG, UNION CO., PA., FKIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1858. ESTABLISHED IX I - t WHOLE NO , 717. At .5I,") I'nx Yri:, aiavavs is Advance. BIJ RG CLE riii: i yj yi:.k. t'.t TIIttM IS II'fC). ( inii. iii rvs Tin V !' ft ! 'it ;u - itif :-n u v u If : Ih.tu ilif rin i.iiu r!.' ai'Mni.l, 'I'h.it v, ifh - "t!; !, Id .tail li' Mi.i;.' t:i ly n u-.t'in i. 1.1 j IlTTi ! - .i Ml ! 11:111 , Tlr v writ' lull vm!i'-ii ii- c.i;iM' iri t ii - i wrl v' tn ti ' ti - a ') ' ith i in ik N, ! el I: i;j ', s an-1 i'''i 'Mi.it Ik r.r;titi i 1 'i.-uii i i.Kc i.'iiii Hn-li hf .nf -;i'iin iIm1 uhi ! Ihiittliat !.).!. t a;,-mi.i. fti.- .l W'mi I F.hm !l" 'l ;!; t i . a Mli 'Mi ii a r.i (. I h nr ;i .ii Ot the Iffft'i' t!i:it tn :ui'':ii bv. s-u.'.-lTi ih. MrinU'c. "i h . l-mr H -'i! n-i 1 -I ihf pT lir. n. w. II ill. ' :!,. r.iiii v.i.- :: il..' ! .,-, . ! Vt-ar - hi I i.l -f in ..- ! I.av In 'il en! Tt' h t.-tv r -M, 't..i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1858

i i ' ' J O. K. V.'CEDtN & J. 3. CUKNLLIUS. ,.;","XV.':ii;'V.:':':;" .. ..r .. -i-i-r i i,... -,.,..,iv. r o... . ,:..! i ' i ii muni, ua i inn tii , un m,.xi uiuiai ; i dOVKKXOI.'S i "'1 Willi to-tiavs l iii:ixii.k we ,i- to siic'.i of our MiliMTilicr. as we mi- '0e have not already rceeiveil it, the last Aniiu:il Me.-.iage of ('ov.l'oi.i.oric to the Leiri.-lalurc a ilix'umeut trea ting of important matters of State ("iliev. and worthy of most attentive perusal. j This Kstra came to ns from Harris-; luiri' w iihout anv order or intimation from in. Whether a New Year's (lift lo hi old acquaintance from ex-editor IIu kok. or the timely present of our IF vi-:s, Witmku, (!i:ni;i:. Xkyiuut, KrxKi.K, Ca.t.v, or any one else, it is just in season fur early perusal ly for numerous patroin. and is worthy of our and. their s-incciv.-t thanks. B5uMossrs. IIlmviji., Kn.K. nr.d I.ixi'oi.x, Conimis-ioncrs and Tiht ?is. II nMRanl Kkssi.i:;:. Auditors of I'r.ioa County, have tliis week heeii c...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1858

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1858

LEWISfiUflG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARM Ell. JAN. 8,15.38. fl I t I (i 4 lIK;i:.Pi li. H. Siuniiiuii. I h.-ic a new grave in lit.- old churchya! I, Anoitter mound in iIm- snow, n I a uiitid whose soul was whiter far sleeps iu her shroud below. I'll" winds of Spring are piping loud, Aii-1 tlii' sinm comes down for hours, Imii hy-anil-by ihe April rain Will bring the sweet May llowers. I in- -mi ti M.iv tl -tiers will ranter her fravt, Made pi .tii l.v the April rain ; Cut a blight will In on our nirmxrit'o. An-l our lens will fall in vain ! j The W'oui.h Muvks! Iu ls.", .Sena I i Seward pursued liis journey from All- , I urn ti the I'liilcd Mites .Senate Chain- I ,r wiiliuui (lie company of a ritiylo. . ytn- j inditic.il friend. Mark the , i-li:inc ! Now lie in joined at Albany ly i,i . own iiionuc, j Ti'.M.jn Kii'j:, a" i I !;oi.iih,ju Kont aii'l Jacob Culiaiiur of ir-! iimiiI. At Xtw Vurk, be mods t'liialoi.s 1 1 iiiiliii iii. l I "( .-.-, 1i4i a of Halo J :in 1 ("ark of Now I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1858

BURG CHRON LEW RLE UY 0. N. WOKDEN & J. Ant In-deit-xdext Family She sits beside the cradle. And her tears are streaming fast, Kur she sees the present only. While she thinks uf all the past Of the days, so full of gladness. When her tirst-born's answering kiss Thrilled her soul wiih such a rapture That it kucw no other bliss. Oh, those happy, happy moments! They but deepen her despair. For she binds above the cradle And her baby is not there ! There arc words of comfort spoken, And the leaden clouds of grief Wear the smiling bow of promise. And she feels a sad relief; Hut her wavering thoughts still wander, Till tbev settle on the scene Of the dark and silent chamber. And of all that might have betn For a little vacant garment. Or a shining tress of hair, Tells her heart in ti nes of anguish That her baby is not there ! She sits beside the cradle, Hut her tears no lunger flow. For she sees a blessed vision. And forgets nil earthly woe j Saintly eyes lo. k down upon her. And the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1858

Tfiuiolmrfl Cjmniirfr. O. K. WOBIjN II J. R. CORNElTuS Itit Thr Lkwinh. kg CitROMrLiv, ht-liwj un Uw- faM S.vM. ro, h tlu larl aul Ust nti-ulati'u if iittv i w ir in ( nu n t'oimtv. ,, . . , ' . .. l-l Dr. A. S. Cummints kF.VL Ziebach. Tbeo gentlemen, while in IV-ausylva uia, were among tbe most ardent support r of liuchamn, and the most radical, aud unswerving advocate of the IVtBocratie party name and measures. Since remov ing to Iowa, aud establishing the "lude pciHJcnt" newspaper, they aro decidedly ui to liboral, and takes a wider view of pulitical affairs. In their paper of the 10th ult., they truthfully characteriae the jjccotupton fraad in Kansas, in terms which we rommcBd to the sincere cousij cratiuu of their old friends in Union, Sny der and Northumberland counties. The following b their language Till: KINSIS tO.VMITITIOV. We pubii.tU that part of the Schedule of the Oouititulioa adopted by the rate pro-s!aviry Constitutional Convention of ty, 800 jJohuson county, 1000; D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1858

I IsCiiisburfj, Mt. Fi:inAT Mnnxixc, Jan. 13, 1S58. Mcnlnt, Mhnic9 I'ut.Iio offiiv ,, fin-at'd'. w.itcb lis Ure .muiui.ily o..nii"i"e ; .Uuccr, cuBaunitn ml j. lcr.,aanv 1D 1-ul.llC Sal advertised at Chronicle OJue. M .n Ian 13-C.ooJs of T.Ci-Orwig.Milll.nburg j-lloOan.l-lV.'P-rliH.;i.ryMtz,E.DuiraU.e Wc-lJan.snProperty A lU.oiigshore, Kelly Tliur.Jan.Sl Prop. John Siahl deed do rMt.Jan.2:l Estate Tli.Kobinson dcc'd,Bu.T.ilo M..nJan.55 House AcJ.II.Curnelius,N.BcrIin Tu.- J:tn.2 Lot T...nrwig.Lwis Tp s.u.rV.,.fl-UMate I,. Rank Sr,dec,dtVb.Dcer ,-ll.lllC XuU' al the Chronicle Office Mi-ointment. Gov. l'olloek bas np i niiikJ Wm. Jones, Ksi-, of Lewisburg, a Notary I'uUie in aud fur l.'uiua county, (in place of ). N- WorJcti, vosyueJ,) for three years from the IStli iu.-t. We bopo Gen. Packer will appreciate cur kindness in relievins biiu of tbe rUr-U tbc "will bunt for .-tii.-o" fat which would bave ensued bad we filled out the few Wcits our commission bad to run rrj.Senator Cameron ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1858

BBCCKJ LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. JAN. 15, 1858. LOVE AND PHYSIC A clever man was Diktob Diuu, Miatortunes well be bore ; He never I oil his patience, (ill He had no patients more ; And, though his practice once was large. It did uot swell his gams. The pains he labored for were but Trie labor of ln pains. Though ' Ail is long," Ins rash g..l slum And well nuzhl Galen drrad it. Tor who will trust a name unknown When merii gets nu credit ! To marry seemed the only way To ease his mind of trouble, Mitlorluues never "singly" come. And misery makes thciu "double." lie had a patient, rich and f.iir. That hearts by scores was breaking, And, as he once bad felt her wrist. He thought her hai.d of taking; But lirsl what law makes strangers do, Did strike his comprehension Who join in these -United States" Do lirsl declare "intention." And so he called his beating heart Wiib anxious fears was swelling And, half lu habit, took her hand, . And on her tongue was dwelling ; But...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 January 1858

ii i-4 I i 1: LEWIS BURG CHRONICJjE. IJl 0. X. WOHDEN & J. Ant IxDErrN'nKXT Family Love's Seasons and Reasons. BT Kit. X1IKIT. I love niv love in spiinetiine. Fur beauty lre.h as Mav, Fit chroks iic early roses, l.r eyes a; Wight as i!ny ; For lip-ath like balm uf lillics. For smiles like sunrise clear; I love my love in springtime. And love licr all Ilie year. I lore my love in summer. For premise warm an I Irur, I'or inuh like nwndiy lliruwin:; lichl an oM ami new ; For wralih of bloom an.t Ire-lines':, Anil .-h.-idy comfort near, I love my love in sim:n'r. An I love her all the year. I love my love in autumn. For fruit of senile ilrc.l--. For wimI- in t.i he ganiercl To serve our future neeiU ; For virtues ripening ever, lake harvests full in ear, I love my love jn nuitimn. An.! love her all the year. I love inv love in winter. For charities utitoM. For warmth of honsehoM weVome, ! For looks that lliaw the cold ; For harmless mirth anil pastime. And rich as Christmas cheer ; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 January 1858

The Inauguration of Got. Packer, ou Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1S53, came ofl nder a plcaaet sky, in the presence of a large concourM of citizens, and with the nsnal ceremonies. There were eleven Military Companies and scrcral Bands in attend ance. Oov Toixor n. invited Gen. Packer with the outgoing and incoming Governor's Cabinets to an cle.gantentcrtainnicut,wliich was cordially accepted, and the utmost harmony and gentlemanly courtesy was everywhere manifest The following is j U,fni 17 Po fL'lr'2 InniKTIir-ll I HJ.r . 1 dUai b lUdU0Urdli Fr.MiW Citizen: In appearing; In-fore vou to enter upon my duties as 1 (love mor of the Cominomvi-altli, I eon- was trivialor, where it was manifest milt my own inclii.ations in conforming ! that a veto would not cause its defeat, to tho usao which demand a popular j This Executive practice ought not to address; and, in the first place, I glad- be extended, and the practice itself is Iy embrace this opportunity to ivturn open to question. For if the provi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 January 1858

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER JAN. 22, 1858. JLeirisbnra, M'a. FkIDAT MoRNISC, JAN". 22, ISoS. ' - - - 7 J ATIVFRTI7K' ManursJ-Tlurers. !i-rru.ui-. ..... uv, i J .;r. iii cit na oountrr. I'ui.iuwr.-1 i;i.boisht.lrrH-.. V":' . : I Cilcmm of th. Imnifmrv ' Trvnic" . ..... - 7 - anl in larRr I1 .dj jit-m, m nj id .nc try See Kew .dvortHomenls. Public Sales adnrtisrJ ut Ctronicle OJlce. ! 8atJan.23 Estate Th.llobinson dec'd.BuiTalo J MonJan.25 House &cJ.lI.Corneliiis,N.Ber:in Tues.Jan.5fi Lot T.O.Orwig, Lewis Tp j jjHat.Feb.G Estate Is. Rank Sr,dcc'd,Wh.Decr . MonJV'b.15 2 Lots of.M.BIack in New Colu j VcmlllC XotCS at the Chronicle Office j Rev. E. Wilisus, (a blind man) will preach for the Presbyterian congregation iu this town next Sabbath al the usual hours. J Mr. Fuawas'a luvenile Singing Class will meet at Amnions' Hall, to morrow (.Saturday) afternoon al hall pasi 2 o'clock. Jsi?As we doubt not all our readers will desire to read our new Governor (Pack er's) Me...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 January 1858

"LEWISBURG CIIJ10NICLE & WEST BRANCH MRMER.---.iAK 21, loujilil.y, uraniug near, witli vigct iu tcrtst. "Yes, madam," rq.lit 1 Mr. Oulauic, cinilin, "a irt(!ic:ion which, if I believed, would certainly tli-p.-ise me to favor the uljuli.-litticut of tie ! alii pi ualiy. Three years finer, while 1 was m jouniiti; for a fhort time in the eitj o: liehDion:l,oii uiy way t' the I'mvii ' ity, 1 i-!i:iiiceJ to hear of the INj.iiju i' rvis AchbaJ, who nasi nt that lime crettrig r.uito a sousati.m in hceity. Jlis W'.w icrlul ret utatiuu wa I ho theme of every t. ni'ue. "I 'llciiesii and curiosity tninbiDcd to lend nc to bis rooms, lie r ijuircd a night to r..;t my li,ir.scriic. lie demauJed, and I g .ve him, the day and hour i f my birth, i:ti J the u I toi k leave, with the lnomioc I I return iu the tuoriiiug. The licit day vent " Well 1" questioned Honora, earnestly. "My horoscope was a nor.aou-seopc indeed 1 It predicted fir me a short and stormy life, and a sharp and sudden death." "t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1858

'lEWISBUEG CHRONICLE BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. As IxDErEXDEXT Familt is IJ-'ff Ma tfi ucneiviis Knoosh of etMOTt. Let mj humble lays F.mpl'f one mmnt lo eonrenlal praise. I,t olhet Pens with P,ou' wdor paint Tbe selfish eirtoes of the c'.oijtered salut ; Id lettered marble let the itrmii;rr read ttf him who. djinj, did a worthy deed, And k ft to charity the cnerUlwl store, VUich to hi sorrow ho could hoard no more. I rent-rate the nobler man, who (tiref I ieneron Jollare white the donor lires ; dires with a heart as lilieral as the pains That, to the needy, spread hii honored alms; Oieea with a head whe yet nnrlonded light To worthy object rotate the aieer's sight; Giro with a hand eliU potent to enfuroe Hie well-aimed boonty, and direct its course: f.u -h i. the girer who mnit ttand eonfeased la cirinz clurions, and supremely hleeard! J.O. SAXK. IT1? cirooxici. J MOXOAY, J.tX. 2'Ji5J f Gov. Packer's Inaugural, jLike many other similar papers, contains much that all will approve, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1858

LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE & AVEST BRANCH FARMER JAN. 20, 1858. the lUckj ilouutaiiis. Obstructed now ly theso barriers, this west-ward-uioviog-tido begin, to set back. Will it flow to wards Canada? Not at all. It has already begun to fluw over the "Old Dominion !" and into otber States. Missouri i almost inundated with it We can not check this tide of fiowiDg emigration. You might as : colouics among them to aid them to get well trj to shut out from this eontiucnt, ' rid of their oprrossors. This is more j curtains, iuo light of the aurora borealis. than patriotism. It approaches universal J'u such thing cau be accomplished. This j brotherhood. I am glad that that gcntle t rogrcss must be onward,nnd wo must have man is defending the rights of emigration, territory. We must have territory ; and I No man prizes those rights more highly think it most opportuno that the proposi- than I do. I think that I understand tion seems to be before tho country to their power and their value, and I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1858

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER JAN. 29, 1858. I i IjCiCisburff, Pa. Fkidat Mormxg, Jan. 29, 1858. a TiVpnTIzr' Xanf''turer. Merchant. Merhnlrt A pTm J . Offln in 'iy an.1 C-nntrr, ruNIh.ra .11 wi.b to boT or etl-w.H do well to employ the JilonVw U" UTt Wromrie.whlrU fax a Urw ZZ f iorraaiine drcul.tion in a community containing a rmpwiioa of active, solrcnt prwlucm, consumers ail dealars, aa any in tha SUta. 1 tCJ- See ittff Atlvfrllncmcnlg. ajTWe are no longer able to supply new subscribers to the Cirnostcti with any back Ko.'i prior to last week's. Our new patrons were more numerous than we anticipated. t3Soine of our patrons who probably feel the pressure of the times as much as any, say they would retrench in a hundred other things beforo they would discontinue their County Taper. They rightfully consider that one of the necessaries of life. To stop it, would be like killing the goose that laid a golden egg. Look to tui Ekd." This is a good motto in morals, in plea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1858

"THE LAST HAM." From the "rssi roi.nw.Ti Rntwiknt," and not from th nnpubiiebiw Mm. of Tnoxus CsMrssu. The Crinoline Catastrophe. 1 dreamed a dream the other night. When everything was hushed an J st ill, Whu-h made each hair stand strait with fright. "till as the porcupine last quill. Mtihought thai pemcoats had grown To such a vast and monstrous size, Th it ihere was mom for them alone And none for man beneath the skies! The heat, and every creeping thing Ha l died ; the flowers bloomed no more, Th' grass and lender herbs of spring Were withered on the desert s-hore ; Ten million leagues of crinoline Mreteaed over l:ke funereal pall. And on the cold and cheerless scene The sun's warm rays could never fall. On Ararat's clond curtained peak The last man stood, with pallid face. Sick, trembling, weary, worn and weak Sad remnant of a smothering race ; In rain alas ! poor man ! in vain His footsteps sought that rest of old. For clouds of skirts soon filled the plain, And hid the mounta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1858

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE -3 BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. It. CORNELIUS. AN IjfDEFEXDEXT FAMILY NEWS JOTTBITAL. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1858. ESTABLISHED IX 1S4'J....WII0LK NO., 721. At $1J' I'er Year, always in' Avvantk. It Onljr Seems ihe Other Day. Though swiftly Tims, with rai.ll whip", i Hat borne kj from old oeos we knew, Yet memory oft tha picture bring! In glowing colors back to Tiew ; Tbu early Irieifcls remember when Tbey orrt aa senool -boys met in Iay, And T't, though years hare passed tinea than, It only loni "the other day." The form of her we lore of yore. To whom we plcdfil affection's tow, Will glide before our eye onna more, Tbongh but in memory living now ; Of that dark hair one treat alone A treasured gift U flr4 decay, Yet wordi in that familiar tone seemed only breathed ' the other dsy." Those friend! appear no more theaame That shared our mirth and dried our tears, Or tonght us childhood's favorite game The dear old friends of early years; But whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1858

WOBDEN J H. CORNELIUS aTajiraw.a flVai. The Ltfrisarao CuaoMCLr, fvl.tiklil on ib. l'ab aynu-u, has lb. lra-l atai U.U etfulallun ufany NVwa.r iu l:iia runtr. Frnjom, national Prj' j01 ! Ncroa Jtcms from (Dll)cr Counties. Lost axd Found. On Thursday of last week, a small child of Amos Nurhood, in licaver township, l.jft tLo Louso of its ri&rotita and wandered through tho wood. Numerous persons soon went in search of tho ohilJ, but do duo of its whereabout could bo osccrtaiued that day. On tbt following morning search was again made wlisn it was found sitting in a bash iu the wood, plaviug with somes sticks. It had List oiio of its shoes, which caused the freezing of its toes somewhat. Its ago is between 3 and 4 years Snyder Co. Tri Ir.ne, '11th nit. Tho rres1ytcriau9 of l'iuogrovc Mills, Centre county, will dedicate their new houso of worship on Sunday, 11th I'tb. Tho licllcfonte Gas Company have de clared a dividend of 1 per ccut. for the part year. O. Barret, of the llarrisbur...

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