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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 October 1851

LEWI BURG Yotame YflX, Hunter 81. . . Whole Nuaiber 355. H. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1851 CI CLE n i. .tcniTi)r nillJOX'TP I V "I n been to see if your bullet made , rerms concessions as, in uie men con LEWIbBUllCUlMLLl. LHreworkof Mf ..dition of Hungary, seemed lest fitted to i instant retort. ,,! VTedaetday morning at Letciiburg, yKtt paie(j for a moment, but collecting Vnio county, tcmsywnu.. h:mlf llP fi- Klinntpfl " Do you dare say I killed her" mt wti mi nor tx. for rash actually in adrtnee war iiiO if aw V" before Uie year mp.tva ; ccnu lor al iwla uambora. Suuacn j.tioiu for ix ui mUia or lw r paid in ailranca. lliaeoultniiaiices uiuvu mwi uis l-dWihCT.eiraiawlielitlwynriiipmiJ up. AsvnTlicilcm n;miiii-'ij a larc.ou. w:k. f 1 fxir are.., fi far: aquar.. " How do you know she is dead?1 plied the man. On this head Kossuth says I asked of the King, not the complete independence of my beloved country not even ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 October 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. MEMSEKS OF THE HOUSE. Adw David Mellingtr. .Allegheny John. McOuskry, James f'Je, G.E.Applston, T.Fknnsy, J. Miller. Armstrong. Clarion and Jefferson J. S. Rhey, Reynold Laughlin, W. W. Bearer, Butler and Lawrence Thoma Dungon, Samuel Hamilton, J. R. llarrit. Bedford, Fulton and Cambria W. P. Scbell, John Kean. Berk Genre Dengler, Isaac Yost, J. O. Evans, Jacob Reifsnyricr. Blair and Huntingdon Seih R. Jlc Cune, Wm. B. Smith. Bradford A. McKean, II. Gibbs. Bucks Noah Shu!!, Jonathan Ely, Ed ard Thomas. Carbon and Lehigh David Laury, William Lilly. Jr. Centre VV. II. Blair. Che!er John Acktr, Wm. Chandler, Jiute James. Clearfield, McKean and Elk James L. Gil lis. Clinton, Lycoming and Potter J. B. Torhett, J. M. Kilborn. Columbia and Montour M. E. Jackson. Crawford G. Merriman, Ransom King ley. CumlierlanJ T. 31. Henderson, J. Ellis Bon ham. Dauphin Ja Frrrland, Jacob Landii. Delaware John M. Broomoll. Erie C. TP. Kelso, A. W. H!uinr. Fay...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 October 1851

LEWISBUE'G CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Canal Boat, H. C Barton. Opt. Beidleman, of Bloomsb'irg, wag sunk in I bo Chesapeak Bay, on Thursday Inst. Ii was freighted with merchandize, for Elias Meodenhall, J. K.Groiz, A. J.Sloan, Menderhall & Mensch, B. R. K. I. Co.,and Miss Vashti Pancoast. We have oat heard olany insurance on the Goods, and deeply do we regret the severe loss our friends ' will thus sustain. Bloomsburg Democrat. Baltimore, Oct. 24. Gen. Scott visiis both Fairs to dav. HJ is tho'eucst of Tliomas Swann, Estq. Senator Douglass delivered (headdress before the Agricultu ral Fair this morning, to a larae uu.l at. ten live audience. The grind Harrowing and Spading mutch also tool; pljce this morning. New York, Oot. 24. Jacob LIftle &. Co., tho Wall stieet brokers, w hose failure, was chronicled yesterday, repeat the state ment madebv the firm velerday afternoon, that all the liabilities outside of their stock contracts will he met. Charleston. O.-f. 21 M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 October 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. tDit (mi QnmOT. An Eleclioneeiing Gem. I One cf the greattat electioneerera of lie age is Mr. Daniel K. Russell, a candi- . - : 11:. Hta r..r Auditor id ;iiis.i3eu'li- " ;. Amt with tLe sov- C.,,-X hhint frankness A citiKns of Union and adjacent counties. tvugotT With tae most blunt 'i , h, has rented those Urge and commodious sartfitt?ss: .House, f pooch delivered by him must have pui-, occupied b,s .muel Wolfe deed. thof T, . . i T the Lewisburg Bridge, where ha will carry ou a sled bis opponent to reply to .J :Geueral COMMISSION Business. Sxo.aoE uLadie$ and Gentlemen: I rise but careiully attended to and all kindi of GRAIN tbere no vse in telling you that ; you know 1 am up as well as I do. I am a undent man Tery but I have never lost a picayune by it in my life. Being a scarce commodity among candidates, I thought I weald ment'on it, for fear if I didn't you never would hear it. 'Candidates are generally considered as nulMfieft, but...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 November 1851

LEW BURG C EE h 1 Jo H. C. HICKOS, Editor. 0. N. W0RDEW7Pdater. LEWISBURG, UNIOxV COIMT, PENN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1851 Toinme-Vni, Wnmber 32. Whale Number 396. ON CL LEWISBUItG CHRONICLE a hmhxiiht rimer jorKti, limed on Wcibtcsitiy mtirning at I.cichburg, Uninn county, 1'cnn.iylvanic. TER VS $l.fO prr jrinr, fur oxh artually in lniv: t paitl w.Uiin Urn-.- months; $ J 0 if paid aijun a year; 2,00 ifliirt pi.l b..f.iri'tlie year expir.-s; 5 imt, fur single luulm. Salmrittiins f.r nil ni'iutlL. or an. tu I iaiil in advan.. Iis.iittuunti-tf otruual with tliu 1'uMlsher. xwpt when the vear i il up. AsrearisEWKxrs h,nlsm.!.r iu.rtl at SJ etits prr square, ouo we kf $1 timr wca. 6 a year: two niane. $t for sis ra-julh. 57 for a year. Mmit!e Mvrtiie. HI -tits, not extlm one fouiUl of a column, $'.U a year. I J' III WtlUK ami racial a!rLTti-mPUt-i to Le nail for wha han-U-d in or delivcrC'l. C .!ia:rir:0N ailicitou1 011 all Fu'j-Ttft of enTal htt frest niA. within, the nny .f party or wf...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 November 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. a ,-9 t'5 . 'V ' '4 5? Ml I I - The Farmer. State Agricultural Fair. Harristurg.OcU 9. Messrs. Editors The State Agricultural Fa r was com tnenced to day. It will be remembered that this is the first State Fair ever held in Pennsylvania, and its projectors have met with difficulties they did not anticipate, and which they had no reason to expect. The Fair, nevertheless, is creditable to our ag ricultural interests, and it may be set down as the beginning of a new era in the agri cultural history of Pennsylvania. At ten o'clock this morning, the Society, having assembled on the grounds of ihe exhibition, was called to order by James Goweo.tsq., of Philadelphia, who is one of the Vice presidents. The president, Judge Watts, of Cailisle, was present aud took the chair. Mr. Goweo then proceeded to read the list of Judge, a large number of whom ans wered to their names, litis shows that there is an earnestness on the part of those who have th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 November 1851

1 i LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Bjfalo, Oct. 24 The steamer Buck Eye Slate and schr. Srotogacime in col li.ioa !at evening, off" Lon Point. The schooner sunk so suddenly that three of the crew were drowned- The schooned had on board a cargo of eight ihotisnnd bushel of corn, and wad bound lor wis port. HorrUburgO-f. 30 The Cumberland Vallev Railroad Company brought down over their road, this morning twenty-three cars and twelve hundred passengers, in one train, without delay or accidftit. General w nominfitpd by the Mount Hill v. (S'J ) Herald, for ilia Presidency ii 185 I'hiladcljfllia, Nov. 3. The Chevalier Hulscman had an interview with Mr. Web- pter on Saturday, the result of which was that hi? has asked Pt his passports the mo ment that Kossuth arrives litre. There are counterfeit 03 on the Phila delphia Bank in circulation Letter A, variously filled up genrr.il appearance not good the mad illion and ficcs of the females iu the vignette arc impeifeet. The Tele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 November 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH .FARMER. NetU0 & Notions. pHiLosornicAt. The editor of ihe Eas-1 od Argus, Win. II. I Inner, was defeated . fur the Legislature in Northampton county , by a Whig opponent; whereupon Mr. II. briefly announces: " The question was submitted to the peo ple of N irlhainpioii county, on Tuesday, whether they would have a good represen-' laiive, or a good editor, the coming winter, and they decided by a majority of 80 that they would father have a good editor. Hol es for our side !'' ! Dorothea Walker was yesterday char ged by her husband, Adolphe Walker, who lived at Nu. 1 15 St. Peter Street, with hav. ing dur ng a four Weeks' marriage, quar relled with him, threatened his hie, burnt him wiih a hot iron, slabbed him in the cheek, and beat and kicked him. A war rant was issued. If the law don't take hold of that womin, then there are no ttnake. N. O. Picayune. The Election is over. And each Demo, wriggler Is homing for Clover! Huzzaing for Higler!...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 November 1851

LEW CHRONICLE H. C. HICKOX, Editor. 0. W. WORDEIU", Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1851. Volume VUl, Hnmhw 23. Whole number 39". SB Report or C"TF5 or tnt "3"cttt r. Ixirntr or tut I'xiwwrrr at UwrweaV" Bim Novjxbis 2, 151 Ma. Ljt. I""""1- CALIFORNIA. No event of tin; nineteenth century lias contributed so mu.h to the astonishment of the world, as the rise of Ct'.ifornia. Like a plieuix, not from a bed of a,hes, but from roils of gold. lt2 Lis arisen to d.iz zle the world. Whether we c.m.-idcr her tlie Chilian, the Irishman with his pipe ! California. A pronunciamento wTissuod iTbe'buucli' weighs 7i lh . .d f ami the Chinaman with his tea not, formed i bv Gen. Castro, whirl. I r "J vvuittuwu J J --- -..v, rau va'j ti WUi Jl SIC VVtl a '1 V' 1 no tlmPiiH ....... .il.. I . " t . 1 - . I k in . ..i a heterogeneous mass such as the sun never alioue upon before. On-t PHiiip- of KiniMtv That liili d one M-a of trmb'e, Wh-re thoumuiila huff-'t. d tlie WRTe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 November 1851

Hossatii aad his Tradacsns. Within tLe last week or two there have appeared in oar cistern journals several letters, -professing to be written by Ameri cans, commenting In severe terms upin the! ..f n.isfrioil ICn1lfh. nilJ l!vi- luu u ' , I dently meant to lower lmu in tuo opinion of the American people. The charges are j in many respects so absurd a to be unwor thy cf credence. Among o:hor fault-findings it is said ih it his co.usj ;it Marseilles was of such a character as to t:ivc me American ieau Consul tit that peri, and the ,amkr of the 51iSipj.i. much! 1c; that he denounced the conduct! romman trouble of Capt. Long, and threatened to leave the: ship at Gibraltar, r.nd proceed ly private conveyance to iho Uuited States in a trord,that he bad become so arrogant rndj over beri-ig that those who formerly re-! garded him with interest and synipitby.l deem him no iouger worthy of the honors which are Lciug paid to his nam;. JTow in the absence of any jjiri! cor roboration cf these ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 November 1851

5 LEWISBUSG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. MOST KINDS OF JOB PRINTING, NEATLY 4 EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE "CHRONICLE" OFFICE Lewisburg. pOrraT FHOAMATION. TVherrM. tin Hon. A. 3. WIL3 Prjatiient JuUjs fir th 20th Jiil-citl District, contstiar oi" tha cmati: ot Imioi aal Mi Sin. an J Jc JB W.IT-. mn-1 J II vlt :I V. EiqrS. A .0 ffia'.-5 Ju l-re i-i Uaioa coa ity, hive i-.u tlieir prc -it, b-ariii' .Ut- tin J J I d.v of SBPf, H'.l, an. to ms anchor; in lh Bl)Olil tier neck is bin, ! C era M -sts r n I T-ml . ana" 0 -nl iHr r or three s:rinsj ol bi'iii-i around if. I l.-it, n l ta oontiaa i two w k ' X-JTlOJ th rafir? Iicr br ir-n t-T t'ie Cirr-nr, .Tu The reamer E.iipirp. w hich lo t Dunkirk ' or the pjc . u i c ut .Me, in and for th e. r jili', l k Un "ii. 1 1 a-ip-i' lu Ihisir o ro prp T parsins trifi tli r on iniirvny no nu.i-.- n..n- roii-c r.cirds in uwtsoas eianimiv-o i and o'.iisr rora ri ! ivt a; iaon to "re il anxieti- :ir- ,m' to 'lj ,s '"" ''".- win-a of their nUm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 November 1851

A ... ii r3 tf, '..--a : ? 1 1 If 1 i'U I 1-4 ':jiv ll ii t V - 5,- - - .5 renovation to be effected. Va the rwncti- . out countless treasures from their sight, fied influence of the disciples of Christ How easily could they, even in the dawn n'nno w iVilfimiA'a main bond of future i inff of the present century, have iucrcased greatness. The power of moral principlo j hag, in acme important respects, begun to j Ji LrdmnwIedireJ. San Francisco, which two years ago was the theatre of the vilest I materials of future power, in instilling excesses, and most execrable of Sabbath j papal partialities into the uiiutls of Aroor profanations, is now assuming more the j icau youth ! What gigantic schemes of characteristics of sobriety and morality, i l.nsines-i is losing: its Sunday activity, tha gambling saloons arc be.ng gradually closed, and a recent letter states liiat not a single steamboat now leaves the port on t'ae Sabbath. At the mines, evc-u the greedy digger throws down his tools a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 November 1851

ii LEW BURG HRONICLE H. C. HIOKOS, Editor. 0. N. WOUDEW, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1851 Volant Yin, CTambf SI Whole Htunber 333. C jjj-YT2UtJiiCf CHRONICLE details. His aspirations at this time were t j very high. Ha aimed at a lofty eminence, lf im:iniT fiiiitt locixu, and he thou.'bt be wa3 sure of effecting iMJon Wcdattdiy vwrnia at UwUlurg, j,U o1)joct "jjjg .;t WM biuun cuutity, reiui.ylviuuc. ..... , , .. , ra!-5i:op-t?-M.f.!. nrtuui!vin,irn::wnh Political ambition, and an election to fr&lt, tl'C L-lslature of Massachusetts was of hiot'i. numbtr. sa'ww.pti'BH f..r iitiior ic-. to fered to him bv the dominant party. He t i:A in zdviti. l).Byi,tiuiiaii:5 o,l.al with the ... 1 . J PuVti.her. xcpt wrliKll the tfeiri.i iKlid u; vjr!,oae wo k, $i f.ur wu.'ks. js yr: two 5-inan.j, $4 for six moniliM. 57 ki vosr- M.ruitl!e ilv--rti.e- a-nu.n-t.-.-j.iiioiiffi)urthofmcoiumii,s'oay4.r. j'tu hu:ii tnu casual aireru4-,uit--iii? 10 tie lor whm haa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 November 1851

hud soglori'tus, and the Ividish and the Americans the happbst people under the sun. Long,I pray, may it b? before Amer icans forget those, and cease to regard with interest the land of Hanrpden aud of Syd ney. I seo, in the Union Jack this cve ning displayed oa my right bund, and the St irs and Stripes upon my left, the blend ing of principles, that shall yet give happi ness and freedom to the nations of the earth ; that happiness an 1 freedom which Tult from good law and stable government. I do not mean that either England or America shall give law to the world thro' the instrumentality of superior power, but that their example and influence will yet tear away the band ace of political darkness. that biuds the eves of earth's rulers, ami dispel the ignorance and bigotry whiel now envelop, as in a pall, the minds oi three-fourths cf htr inhabitants, lhi: tegeneratien (if I may so call it ) Las beei goingon for the last half century ; ant where is the land, and where the people, tha...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 November 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. About 7 o'clock. P. M., -Nfv- I '2, Hip large stone building loca e I nt tliu S luth west corner ol Htmilinn and Nixon s'rcpts, Philadelphia, in the vicinity of Fdirmount, was discovered to ba on ft rp. Twi men named John Browning and Wm. Crosbv were severely injured by jumping Irom trie A .!,, . sn,Med lo lie Edward Crally, nnd a ynun:j wnnm supposed to be the d ju-lner of the above named Mr. Browning, were draped from the burning buildiii Jend. 1 he accident has caused much pub-he sympathy. The F.irmer.s'i..nk of LmtMstcr ha dard-ired a seml-annuFil divijend of 4 per cent-:. Columbia Bink and Bridge Co. 4 per cent the Lancaster li ink 4 pr cent, and ihe l. inciter county Bink 5 percent, 'i'he York Btn' 4 per cent. On Sunday week, a (lerman about 30 vear of ae, supposed name of M irtz, shot i. .'W with a p -jtnl, in Valley Tp. near l'i :.- '.use unknown. sc.: M.-.i'.TIN... 1 cling will lie h.-ld at lb House., near Mr. J icoh Ewiimg. '2m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 November 1851

;1 r i' hi 4 LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER, 4 If I i j 1 1 tDit anil )imox. W&"A eubecriber in Hartley, sends for republication in the Chronicle, from an old Time, (he annexed life-like picture of the Sorrows of a Country Shoemaker, 'by one of the Craft." Editor Lew. Cbron. A Shoemakers' Downfall & lamentation. My cuatomeie. Iwth far end near, Fot mml mil around. To c 'heir hoe come flocking here 8oim bare loot 10 lb ground Arid no near will they take, Fio mint what I y ; Their ahoee I oioa ogre to Bit, Before ihey'U go away. And rtrict attention nun t paid To OU'-uree rni and brouiEht ; Their woik in quick lima mutt ba made, For ibey no ehoe baa got. Beaidca, old shoe to rue they send. And of the very worst One balf of them not fit tn mend, Yet I mutt mend ihem, brat. I have a dozen pair or more Now in m; ahop to mend. And every day ibrjr tend in more And woo know when tlny'll end ? TbT come with a lamenting tale, Tbeir wermel ehnea tb'y'll how. And make me p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 November 1851

LEW BURG CHRONICLE Volnme Vm, Nnmbcr 35. Whole Numbar 399. H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORDEW, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1851. IS 1 'WISBUKG CIIIiONICLE ! Patl"cally. As they don't die, but cat as since that hoar has he crossed my thresh- . much butcher's beef as ever, I'm inclined j old. My wife is now a confirmed Homce- iimpi"1'" F""11 I to think that their favorite pills are not i pathist. b,u4Jon Wednesday mnrnmzt at Lewisburg. ,junng tucln much. Perhaps, however, Cuina aunty, Pennsylcantc. . . , . .. . . "t'yin-i,-; i mischief is being done by slow decay. a'-t'tt r i ; "f i"iJ ithm a ' It is certain that Mrs.Jones crows thinner uuciVm. u'n.ii.u i r n ni"ut!i or i to and paler yearly, nor do I see that the h. , in aiT'e. I' .nitmuanrv ..ptl?iial with the . . . PuMI'Iht.""'! wh"n the war . pM uf. nerves oi me aear sunerer improve, wuu i"M! on- i f r wc.-k". js v.-ar: two winarM, all her pulsatilla. But to my story. 'inu Mj wife was still dou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 November 1851

Feirful Catastrophe in New York 50 Children, killed. From the New Vora- IntraU of Slut Siiv. One of the nrwt lamentable occurrences that we hive ever been called to record, took lac3 at Ward School No. G, in Greenwich Avenue, opposite Charles St., yesterday afternoon, when fifty cuimren i i i i lost their lives, and as many more were injured, some so severely that in all prob ability they will not recover. The schoolboure is a magnificent four storey edifice, with a winding staircase from the first floor to the upper landing. This stairway is not spiral, but is formed of short flights of stairs winding around aj square well. The first or ground floor is; used as a playground for the scholars, and , is paved with flagstones. The second storey of the building is occupied by the primary department of the institution ; in the third story is the female department of the upper school, and in the fourth story the mala department. The entrance to each of the school rooms is from the landing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 November 1851

L LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Assignee's Notice. T-kTint.IC notice is hereby given, that Jaax I MltB s. 6nuii, of While Deer Tp, h signed bi prope"! to me fur the benefit of bis creditor. All persons indebted lo or hiving claims against him, are hereby Dotified lo settle Ibe same with me immediately. AARON SMITH, Assignee. While Deer Tp. Nov. 10. 1S51 6 CABINET AMP CHAIR MAKING. Old Stand First ttrcet,near the Academy, D i h id giti:k thankful fr a liberal patronage re.-eived du'i lg the 31 yer.rs re has been in business as abve, would announce thai tie has increased his stock of materials and trait, and respectfully invites hi old friends and the ;-!-hr ti rail and examine hia Fnr.cv and Co 'nm on Chairs, 7!..-:, n n :.-im Chairs ; OFA3 Card Tables, i'ier Tiile ; ET rEES of various st i le ; Uu. re.ii!-; i-'in do. ; Tables; Mahogany and Comm. Ml Ut.lsteads ; in short every variety of rshionaMe i uriiifure on l and or made to order. COFFIN'S ready made and furnishe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 November 1851

'i' .a "I", -9 1 j I . '1 ill.'! . it 1 I- ' i ttU anii (Junior. Rhymes for the Times. The woil.l is very fanciful. And changing all the lime, Aud tome are fond ol p.liiic And aoff.e arc fund of iliyine. Pattern are biw of piety. Of wickedness are some. One Inclines n sobriety. Another I .eats un rum. gome aie the aoul of honor, A ble.'sing where one lives. S.me (on the whole) have little coul Eiroi'l what money gives. Some will rebuke you harshly Yet be your friend the while. While some will mil before your face And stab you while ihey anule. borne are in love with Gambling, Some are in love with girls, Borne bide their talent in the earth, Some caal to awine their pca'U. The trader likes hi cumom, J be miser likes his heap. The merchant sells at prices dear Would buy at prices cheap. The lawyer likra a patchment. The doctor want a skull. The act fancies most to see Faiquetta and boxes full. The painter likes a portrait. The fchool-boy likt-s a ehnw, V hile the girl I ween of aweet...

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