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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1858

i jjcirisbm'ff, Ma. Friday Mousing, Feb. 5, IS58. A' "pSeSr. T." riCountrV. rablisber all cilamna ai u . m,itv contain or a r nrrui.... 1 - tiro nroiwrlioa of ertive, JaSSs-wj gee Sew AJvertmcmeutg. j.A. quarter of Becf.and a few bushel of Potatoes wanted at this office ; Apples ditto. fc-All persons desirous ui uiuS iuc Lewislurg & Miffliuburg Turnpike by the year, must contract by the 15th March. EvE So!iE,BEMOVEr That old tumble down dwolling in frout of the Court House, I Lcwi-.bu.rg, has been leveled to tha earth, IsTUe Hanks of 1'itUburg bavo re- , . . . turned specie payments, aud those of 1 oil - adelphia aro doiug tbo amc thing in a noiseless manner. Concert ! lli.i's Cornet Hand in tend giving an entertainment iu Indepen dent Hall, on Thursday evening, Feb. IS. Full particulars will be published in due time. Willi am sport, Feb. 1. A fire occur red in this place last night, destroying the barn of Mr. Joseph Gilmorc. Eight head of horses, ten bead of cattle, and a lot o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1858

THRILLING TAILS...FIMSHEI SaT There were two stories commenced io the Chuonicle, for the conclusion of which our readers were referred to the N. Lc1ycr. As many may not just now bave the money to spare for that journal, we bare thought it best to make ; t Sort addition to them, 60 that tbeir 1 Governor Stent, that virtuout old gentle unity and completeness may not be ties-! mau fcm a yy pardon i I tee the troyed. Tho "cuts" illustrative arc au thentic, and bare been obtained at an tn. nortuous expense. These concluding ehap- tcrs are "copy right secured." and we i warn everybody not to copy then without giving us credit. RICHARD HOFFMAN. CONCIXhrn. Early the following morning, Richard was taken before the Alderman, who hap pened to bo the very old gentleman who Lad been rubbed, and from whom there fore the despairing yet brave boy could Lope for no mercy. Nor were his fears at all removed when that dignitary fiercely demanded, "what is your name V 'Richard Huffman," was the prompt r...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1858

LEWIS BURG RONICLE BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. Alf INDEPENDENT FaMILT rrom the Atlantic Monthly forJanuMy. The Old Alan's Drcaiu. BT W. BOLUS. 0 for one hour of youthful joy ! Give back my twentieth spring ! I'd rather laugh, abrisht-haired boy, Than reign, a gray-haired king! Off with the wrinkled spoils of age! Away with learning's crown ! Tear out life's wisdom-written page, And dash its trophies down ! One moment let my life-blood stream From boyhood's fouot of flame ! Give me one giddy, reeling dream Of life all love and fame 1 My listening anpel heard the prayer, And calmly smiling, said, "If I but loech thy silvered hair, Thy hasty wish has sped. Bat is there nothing in thy track To bid thee fondly stay. While the swift seasons hurrv back To find the wished-for day !' Ah! truest soul of womankind! Without thee, what were lile t One bliss 1 can not leave behind : I'll take my precious wife." The angel took a sapphire pen And wrote in rainbow dew : "The man would be a boy again, A...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1858

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER FEB. 12, 1858. llrtitt.-li.i .-. A: .I" ..I JL I lUmUUUI VlylllUUU It . o. a. wcsntK a j. k. cc-i I.T. l.alL.t.el on lUv ' etrMOatlon .-T.n . i Union Freedom, nation;-1, : Slavery, sectional ! j Kei's insolence, Mr. Grow deserves ud- qualified commendation. The only tron- ct cok is Iib Court Jer " '"ut cmpc(' wit,j a Ktilt belongs to a trained b.iud of Soath TllVP OV.'in? at t!lis Oi'lfC for! cra assassins, oco of whom assaulted Sun- Advrrtizini;, Job Work, Sr., v.e desire i a,&r Sumner. Keitt stood by on that oe- t make payment this rav.ih. Munv of! thfm have lor waiti'd upon an those now fitVCrin? SS yvili Confer a . uw, n toe uiaaitcst design ot co-op-i.w?Mn ', cratiug with Brooks j and if Sumner Lad '"''' ... i l' iju.tc a number of su!.ser,l.or promised j t. ting or sen ! il:-'tr pay in 7 .Vii'irvt'ourt 1 (which Vn a ueefc from next Monday)- j and if trust will none i f ihem forget it, as ; ' "J "'I'1" U.l!v, white paper a,W Cost...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1858

Lctrisbiira, Ma. Friday Mousing, Feb. 12, 1858. Comma " ,tl . mnnttv t-niitaintnir ft nnSf. S aSim. -treat prodacar., oou.ua.. r. d L. Seel(ev Advertisement!.. BSTGot. l'aelscr having declined to interfere io tbc case of Henry Fife and Charlotte Joucs, they arc this day to be Lung for murder, in Pittsburg. ten A. foreign arrival mentions a alight advance in Cotton failures in France and that in China the American Commo dore's offer for mediation haf! been accepted. ra-Thcro have been nearly 50 addi tions to the Lewisburg Methodist Church this winter, maliiug about 100 additions under the two years' ministrations of Mr. Pashiell, which close a week from next Sunday. fSarLecturc IV. last Tuesday evening, treated the subje ct of " Obstinacy" in the pnjatice aspect of the question, and was listened to with much politenesp. Lecture V,, by Ks-Governor l'or.LOCK, on next TuesJay evening. 80Mb. Elliott, who advertises his Course of Lectures at New I5erlin, nest week and week after, is a res...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1858

A GOOD SERMON. Ve have heard a story of I)r. Lyman Pcectier, that is said to be true, and is worth putting into type, as illustrating the truth that we never cau tell what may re cult from an apparently very insignificant acttoD. The Doctor once engaged to preach for country minister, on exchange, and the Sabbath proved to be one excessively stormy, cold and uncomfortable. It was while the Doctor lived in Connecticut in mid-winter, and the mow was piled in Leaps all along in the roads, ao as to make the passage very difficult. Still the min ister urged his horse through the drifts, till he reached the church, put the animal into a shed, and went in. As yet, there was no person in the house, and, after looking about, the old gentleman, then young, took his seat in the pulpit. Soon the door opened, and a single individual walked up the aisle, looked about, and took a seat. The hour came for commen cing service, but no more hearers. Whether to preach to such an audience or not, was now...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1858

BURG CHEON BY 0. N. WOEDEN & J. Ii. CORNELIUS. AX INDEPENDENT FAMII.T NEWS JorRXAL. ESTABLISHED IN 18-13....WUOLE NO., 723. At $1,50 Vlu Ykar, always in' Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1858. EW GLEo S MY SISTIIH. Cp many fiirfhtu of ernij etntra, Whm oft out-'P bead fco-x-ks uuawareif W I Lb a ri b-ty tatle. at 1 without rbttln, And outj stool to toed tc prayer., Dwell my di"UT. Tbi'r Is no carpet uj-on the fl.or, Tho wind wM.-t.ic In through tbe rraokft of th door, On mixlit reckon biT iui-rl.'i. by the score, Vat who f.-clf itttcti'ft in one so puorf Yet i-h lr my titter. Fh blnnmlnit, an 1 fresh, and JOUUff, aLd fair, W itb bright blue eyes and auburn hair ; Bat the re i eaten with multer caw, Au4 hft Tite us mark' J ith a prim ds;alr. I! art ifi my cantor. Tl"hi at ariy nnrnlnu. to re"t herhtwi, jHhe throws hurelf on b'-r weary bed, Lunitinp to .-p the 1 t-p of the ded, Yet fi-arloj, from all he bait beard and read ; Pity my lHr. Put the triiiM eun ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1858

u U Trim r i (I iirouirlr. O J VOiii'L: tc J. W f? .:h r i j. 'P. HiiWrli..! tv. tl. i .- -. . 1 CO.', -V-'. i tinnal : Slavciv, sccti.mal! To tho Douglas Democrats .' If you allow your loader and id'-d to He cru-.hed in 1 1 : pre.-ent jiositi.vi. h'j h fur oxer djwu! Tlio II . j ml I i -cnTH ciui not fcttppjrl the arrliitc-t of all tho Kansas cviK evr-u if in; .!.,.. t.y at tlio last to repair i:i p;::'! :' lniichief he h.H done ! '1 i: : arc! .l;nx' u vv con r.ex . r f.rulv 1 111.' oiilii Mil.' j.ro- '.-Cl't t'lilv 5MP.il who 1, tiici.t into Mav jiasranJii'2 -cheato. .?; thri;i in the tl'vii: h.tiir to .1 lii- hupe i!' futliro riirrc-.-j then, ir to bro:ik i'ov, :i the po.-ition l him. ! tlo.. fet the ;:n 1 xvi.-I.es of tho FroeM'tto iVi.iecraey. Nov." is von: ttjik i'-1 xx.'.iiK 1". ;r de -i i-in-i :.;i of the L'. rotnp'.o.'i frtoil. Ilohl iv,i! !ic m ,.'!-it!'j---i:-ivf l'.ree li yonr xie'.v.s t'tro" t'te press write to your iscitator.s an.! tmt I !i:ocrat:c (.'envnT.-soifvi - i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1858

t , . i EBTI7.B :-nfjrtw- :'" J:.: i't,i : gUt, wcro suffocated by gas " " nime I separately. :r.r:"o-' e.:-;':?. - Jterday. Their bodies were taken ont ; tsrSeMtM cIM0N Cam.:uon u : at tIcvon 'clock ,ast ',5,lt .Mf" BarnM ! tla..k3 of the Lewi.,burS Literary ; l?ftlZZ?ZVS; iwabal'ircetoroftLclelegrapULonipany. ;.ition f , vn!.jm(.s 0f v Sew Ailvcillit'iu!ts. sew . ! , n.l' i,. Ilrv 1 !V li - t.u vaiuu'Jie mm " j ,ivettiid '.', in our I"Tc'r 1,1 J '-" tlso a Lot an! llou-o for BCQr ue ' I...... r-i-Ul. I JU' w.v.-- Adwir.tsiw-rN-lof p.-rsor.H. t- ..... .r i. ...... tCHfTman. io LeWW !. thit. cn the 1-th cf .March. ...v.. T.,..t..v ' .,--.i:..t. in..-ir: ieeiure, au--..'? .... i t... Tri;i:.i, w.15 o (t the itotva nn iu h i UUal l.e 1 1 t! j unknown. It was ; ii : i . - cn '.v an. 1 wus v.eii i rtee-ivei i y an cvett: mitg lcus. I...-e'.urj test Tueil-y cvontng. rTho fv'.'. 'wiug u-::oi'i ti:u of tlie Y'iliiaiiisiiort v.a.-.tii"' fxvresies ruueh tr the rcii-ia-Pein.:er.uio .u ia a fe...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1858

JL 41 el 5 From the Ilocktcn (IU.) fa-cU'. Too Jaims Boocanin. I p'.' U- a InmbEink tt yto.l With the hilin o my hi; ph.-1 in an, I t r. a loft (ineLit 'i ily now tuinl. Cm-, fart, I'm -.trad. I th-n yi lauir.) And jjali d-.wn with onfoumhti prpti Oil the tiitj ot tai eif cUhuo. (trait Jitim-! You'iu utii'k '. yr.n'm no hickory thnt Vm'ni a hastf-woo I. 31.11 hit'. You'll (it. ton whittli. . will! You'm piitin i-maller; not Your arnip1-, Nut yore InLi-, I ijoant mrn Jl.:: yore repel 11 -diuti's what'i. It. Voun itnutl. leckteJ you taint uu'.hia Vi-ry BkrumitolHi to no that. Hut y waunt l.rkti J: Th mii"-" jwr.l tn pertec th Uill'k Itork Ii lu't (it tbr-i li.i-hun in Itaytnul, (.Vi,;eratj . m'"1 oJ m th inn- -u.t-t rack shun fur ip North, An I addy-bun fur douu foutli. Iirn-n J.tiins' ! V hat yo y'in Ju thin win!rr 'Thout enuy wf. No pardoner Of yon Mivrt hn.-uni. Atiit y a wan ot wiit l'i lent y jijrli in fur y onion! VI '. I V do-iut no tin". .-potte. I'w Ft 11 re h'- as I'v tvn th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1858

u J BY 0. N. WOR DEN & J AX ISDF.I'ENDENT FAMILY II. C0KNEL1CS. NKWS JOURNAL. E.STADL1S1IE!) IN Is 1:1... WHOLE NO., 74. At 1."o i'i:u Ylak, always rx Advance. LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1858. 1 i 4 A!.' . w.-t. Iit:1-j.-uvr i-t m:iy i-rat Of !..-. lr;- tli :t I r; l.t'y ;.Vw i:nJ-r the rawu; i ! t !i. : r 1.: K U,. V lite-, ; wl. ii r::rlli rv.-iit.- a li-tucn in June; - :J.!fl a: ilT ntnl jfiirl, , ' :. -i 1 1 k.v f.r ! vvu i:i tin- h-b ; . I:-;, f.ii-i-. in.'- :iu .- -i-, ii - it-- tfrurc, . ; :,.mi-M:1 l.iw J-arT t" luu. Thru !.:' Cf .v-aii 1. An! ti.i:. 1 i. !:, I' : v.i. - - icV. .i v ot 1 b i' ''..injr "Ur lr. I, Hun;; t' Ur tr U t!r- P.- - av;iYt t: ;.fn'lif.. l!f ' . - .t 'Jit? uiimtrr tiai Lriu:--, A-i'i i --.! t - -lull :: r .!:yrr May, Of.!,.--' -i- lull : - . .n ' I -iwii.; Jf p'lir, An.I p ' i: .- ;Ji Ii- .-i .1.. tit'T litiiii.iti K-r ?Vmt O' br'iii. u - -ny fair vu.lli tfl-'Th.T, And wi wj :- t!j la l.ili v.i.h a nuj of .ur wwul TIi n p. ii" v...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1858

1 if. Hi Xrmioliiirn Cljraairlr. . '.WtfilEJf & J. B. COhNLLiU . ttmtin Tlif l.'M-rt" 'iii:om, i .r PM'tM on thr':ub :M!trm, h;n th !j.ru t unj U -t fea..,Llt,n of aitr Nv w Tpvr iu Kiiii.n i'. unlv. I..,., . ci .. havo been secured (i. e. bought up.) to Freeaom, nal unal; S aim, sectional! , u , . , . , I I carry the day. Such is the boast of the JtBjrXoit Thursday, tho iVinoeratio ; Administration. Then look out for acc Sum Convention of iVnnsylvania ia to ful Kansna I and such a sweeping political race at Ilarri.-burg, ctij will be the first revolution in the northern States, as even open i-xhibititiui'f the Mill bnt vital Mrug- the oldest jlcrutlit has never witnessed, gle f ,r the mastery between the State and The uest Congress will be aftyhtfy nnti Nivual Adminidtratiy. The liuchanan lluchanan, and so sternly free Kansas that men wanted the Convention adjourned , tho " cowed" South will be appalled at tho uui.l July, but the Tacker men insisted result of their infatuation....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1858

I J JLeivisbttty, runuT Mousing, Fti:. 20. ISoS. M...,-h!iii(a. M.rh:uils -?r' : before SSEfe'- ':::zx Deft. a, i, r, s oy in U" O-J-'see Xewr lv-i -Usomozils. fcy-Our last weeks edition of the C!i,n!:-!v proved too Fma'.l in cons.; r.ucneo of which we are unable to supply some of onr Kxehanges at the North and '.Vest. For the sami reasons wo cannot furm-h new subscriber-; wuu lacn. uuw- ikts. l-aTN'uthing iu particular from Lcgis lture or Congre?s. B.H'Ai.r.s' olI.T a lot of Limeburucrs' Goal at very tow rate?. --Tl.-. 11..... .l... ....,1 Tit- lis Ut week, are both rented. Another is alvcrtised to d iy. joTThe thermometer on Wednesday ! morning of this week stood at G below Kvro. ila a change from tho buds and bksscDja of January ! ' 5"'i'F.Ys Lady's HWk roti M.rt it j :s oot in giol time, and full of engravings t and miscellaneous reading as usual. 0 '- dcy never (lags. K3fMirr of our t- itrons lciti'i v waiti.o 1 .. , i,--.i upon us last week, and aJmini iere-1 over keep up k $1...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1858

To the Surviving Heroes (.'! the. ureal HaUle of llepresenlatives Hall. I'..t. 5, lsiix. this splendiferous I'ociu is humbly dedicated by their profound admirer, L-tci!ur,l'a. Jamls Aikey. 1 In Cnngres, uli-ii the sun wa low, The .Mem!T. nlKM'l" anil tro, Amnig the ret w.n. .n-t.r Uniiw. '1'he ninthly 111. u'.k U -puliiicaii " 2 Hut Coiittrjx saur aiwllier sight When, ;ut three hours before d.iyligtit, Ktitt trot up jusi as nice a fiht As e'er was seen al Donnybrool ! 3 O i O .v was K itt't fierce onset made. Hill k ill by Uiuw was sprawling laid. And when the South rushed to his aid Tne North "p tched in" as rapidly ! 4 Th'n shook the cliuir -. and desks all riven. And M'tne rulithaniU.-tiielie.Us were given The S(.n:ii is neiliier scared nor diner, Uui IWrm pounds them aulttlly ! 5 An! harder still he deals the LIovv ills fisl ivriglis lilteen pounds oi so The ri:hlt-ss giant ! don't he know That lie is mauling geutkmi'ii ? f Th combat deepens on, ye brave ! I.nr Mirk-stink's wig ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1858

CHRONICLE LEWI RG SB BY 0. N. WORDEN AS ISDErEJIDEST FAMILY f ox ini uwuBcmo csuxicu. To tbe fcovcd ones at Home! Lived ones ! I think of ye When fir.1 my eyes behold The glowing tints of the morning sua From the radiant east unfold. And banish from the shrouded earth The gloomy, Ehostly msht O then 1 thinU of ye, loved ones! In memory so bright! Loved ones ! I think of ye When the sunbeams touch in pride The quiet, glistening face Of the Cedar't gentle tide ; And when Auroras goldeu rays In midday glow appear, 0 then I think of ye, loved ones I To memory so dear. Loved ones ! I think of ye When the sun is sinking low. And last upon the mountain tops Reflects his fading gluwj And when the twilight' sacred hour In stillness draweth near, 1 think of ye, beloved ones ! Your memory doth cheer. Loved ones '. I think or ye When wintry winds may Wow And all ihis proud and lovely vale, With t'ittany. shroud in snow; And when I view the rising height Of Twtey from afar. Thy memory, beloved o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1858

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER MARCH 5, 1858. lHiitrCljinirli O. H. WOK DEN VjbTORNEUDS. T itmittf .lSrur-Tlrr UvfiiRi Chkonklt, f u.ii on llie Ch .-riem, bn- ..tr,.'.!'-. 3tti tKBt ir-iiiti.n ativ Nrw.'HT in I i.iua Comity. FwJmn, national ; SJavrry, sectional! Another Handsome Gain. The Secretary of the Cuiumunwcaltlt ( r I'opu'y) is ly law cuinpellid to ir. iko returns uujer oath of the ri'.KS Jc iiiandablu an roceivcj at that oflice, year ly. The lX-puty Sccretury is really tLe accouutiug officer iu iLut Department. The Harrisbur Tt'tgraph has taken frura the AuJitor General' reports the figures in this mutter, as follows : UnJcr Gov. I'ulloxk't administration, the amount of Fees of the Office returned by John M. Sullivan, U. puty Seore- try, was $$,805 UuJcr Go. B'j'ers ajintuistratton, the amount of Office Fees re turned fur the bsiue length of time was only 3,133 Sto by Col. Sullivan $5,172 YET ANOTHEK. j During the same term of oversight of ; CM. Sullivan, the ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1858

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARM ER MARCH 5, 1S-S. JLeirisbarff, Ea. FRIDAY MORMN'G. y ATH 1! ": 1 SOS. L DVEUTI7S ' a. p.ibi- om - sIioiit: Wur.ir.1. M.-ril.an., l.-etia.iici .-rs H I'ity an. I ";:;?. ru'lin.-r- .11 -.1... r..h ... I..1V Or -0:'l d W--I1 IO fllll-Hl III- e-.lu.nn. of Hi' lin-.t) Cnn'ctf. whirh l..a a large nt io-ria.l..- rir. iiii-.n In -.-mniiiuit outaiuii.:: law pror-irti"" ..r aeti.e. ...l-.T,t l r.Jucer-, "-on-uuK-ri ni toilers Mini in :i.e l- CJ See Xcn Atveitix-eiia n(. ftS.We have lu-Jy a cluarn of new Advertisements something for almost every one to attend to. BQTlie r'ocnJry offered fur .sale to-day opcus t pood chance fjr a competent luau iu that Hue of business. fcaTTbanks Senator Sessions of Mich'n anil As: B"i9a-Tue Buflaloe Township Teacher' j .l'lie Lewisburg Literary Association Institute held a session al the Hover meet at usual hour and pluca this school bouse, in Kelly Tp. last Sat urJay : ( 'a-vf culn5- afternoon ana evening, hsuays we...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1858

JL A Growing dan ! Galusha A. Gbow wu born in Wind Lani county, Connecticut, in 1323. He wu left father leu at three years of age. , Hi j widowed mother, with eix children, tba oldest seventeen years and the young est but three months, was left with prop erty barsly suffioient to pa; the debts of the estate. When Galusba was ten years old, bii mother left Coouccticut to seek a new home in "the West," and located in Northern Pennsylvania. His reading prompted a desirs for a liberal education, I and his cider brothers, observing the rap- J id improvement be made, unaided by auy tutor, resolved to gratify bis ambition, and accordingly scat him to school. At eventeea be eutcrod the Freshman Class at Amherst College, being poorly fitted, though it was as good as the schools of his wild and thinly peopled region fur bished. In l$ii,he graduated with high honors. In 1317, he was admitted to the bar. In the summer of 1S50, the Demo cratic Convention of bis county nomina ted him for the Legi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1858

T "TT I ' i if KG C KU1 I; Ju Jlio BY 0. N. WORDEN & J. K. CORNELIUS. An' Ikdei'en'dkxt Family News Jour.vat.. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1853. ESTABLISHED IX 1 1J....WJI0LE NO., 72C. At sl,'0 Yeah, always is AnvAxcr. M V : the t!:wifprr.a chronicle. IM O T II i: n: Mv moihri's form is sleeping "Within the silent ennii, Wliile I her ch:!i am weeping liesulc this lonely hear.li. In sickness an.! in pain Site watt ',,e i u'cr me with care, 1 1 .-r k is 'I 'twas in vain Per mortal man to share. Early she lacislit me to say, O.ir Father whu'il in heaven!'' Ami Icrveuily did she pray Thai I might he forgiven. Can I ferct her winning sniiie. Her jmre and heavenly song ! So free I'r.xn sin and puile Mie hcire her years a!on;j. I pine to hear her pintle voice, AnJ meet her 'provine; eye; IVw make my sa.t'.ciie'i !i,-ait ujiicc Since her spirit scaieu en high. Ten lon and weary years have Act Since they laid ht-r in the tomb; Then all my lairest hopes were ciad hi sorro...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1858

LHWr.SRIJKG cmiMICLH & WEST BRANCH FAMER--3IA11CII 12, 1 CtJC. t h '. XniiiMmrg Cljronirlr. o. n. wcii nrK & J. R.'coBNrirus. Tm tSnitr .Hz-w. Tl.. !,.. 4'ur.iM' i.; . circnl !i"ti -fa.iv N--:v r iii I tii-n t'l.iii.tv. l'rt'o lorn, national ; Slavery, st'i-linnal ! Township Elections. Nkxt h'ekk, Fuil-ay M.ui'.ii 19 (lie auiiual Tjivii.-Mp Klictioos occur in t'uion and many other comities. Iq aJ liUinn lo tho usual officers Ij be ttliosen, the Assistant AssKsson are to be cke-t-'d, to make out the Triemml AstM.-sstui.-tit au important luutler to all who re-iliie the LcetSiitv of coBipctcut auJ careful moo, to lay the taxes equally auj fairly fur three years to come. j In Ljwisl'urg, two School I'rtxtors are to be choseu in the North Ward; and the jdace of holding Electors in to bo fixed iu 1 (ho South Ward. We would like to sco the elections for Juices and Inspectors turn on Liccmptnn and Auti-Lccitnpton. Let tlte Kej ubli-' cans in republican dijlricts have the Jul- j gt.,...

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