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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 December 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Cleveland Plaindealer contain, the r .k- iWzioa- 10 death of the Erie Pa. while on his eet driving during the late ..orm. Another man was irozen t death, in the town of Hamburg, in a barn, whither he had sought refuge from the pitiless norm. Another death is re ported in the town of Evans that of a tad. who perished from cold while walking tl r mgh the snow to school. Murder among V. S-T-oP--' affray occurred on Saturday n.2ht week a,nonS the United l.H til carried iu the aflroy have been !aced in irons. tVI'he Friends of Eld. W. Lass hsve appointed the afternoon and evening of Thursday -an. 1st, for the purpose of tnakine him a Dona tion Visit All are limited to pa ticijate. fj The Friends of Rev. M. J Aliema hsive appointed New Year's day (Thurailar. 11 Jiin. S52) lor making him DONATIONS at his I evidence. All are invited to attend. Union County Dimocratic Convention. The Democratic elector of I'nion county are requested lo meet a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 December 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BR AW CM Jj AKMJfiK. 3- i. cfrrrrb Articles. Tor th Lwisbnrg Ctuomel. Enigma. I am composed of 13 letters W v 1 5 13 8 3 G ii domestic animal. My 10 C 1 is a very useful article. Ply 9 2 5 11 12 is the voice of an animal. Jly 7 4 2 is a silly fellow. My 4 10 3 is the name of the popish ser vice book. My 13 5 9 i a very useful metal. My 3 4 12 7 is a hebrew measure. Mr whole is rood advice for stuJont. J C.C. A MISEK'3 HEAHT. A wfItn)r mlr-r lkd: hi body dtaatcd: lo rtTii U'm of disease "U anyahrre dftretecf TUv m u-.-I t f-.t the heart to and it they wetaanaU, h-im it 1 Isee Uicjr found a Compound Int'naillaule: Statistics of manufactures. 1'roiu a Washington correspondent we have received the fullowing statement of of the results of tho Census of ISjO, as it respects manufactures: A'jyregatt of Manufactures. Capitel invested in manufacture-, 1st June, 1850, 530,000,000 T.aw material consumed, 550,000,000 Amount paid for labor, 240,000,000 Value of man...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 January 1852

LEWIS BURffL CIROWICLR Hi r S H. C. IIICKOK, Editor O. N. WORDEN, Printer LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENS., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1852. VOL. VIII M). 37. 4 'Whole 2s cither, 405. LEWISBURG CHRONICLE dIst''l't even justice to my other patients, tho first month of the course, and so I and how completely he was always bafiL-d i.nm.inTiwt jocaxai. i ?nd WaU;a for the changes tbat 1 feared took little more 'e than in strictness by her buy occupation, and ber reserved on I'.' ,iia rHg a XeicM6urff, ucr t,l!H5- "ow ul7 uea" "K,U " ""s1" uTe sumoea tor preparation of de- demeanor, uutil be felt worried out of his Union coumy, I'enmylvanic. that cottage doorstep, when I made my TERMS. lwO pit y.-mr, for mh actually io adWM.: visits in tho niirlit.- uIi!!a T nana.d t i-utili jcwr; iiio if out pud bjfrttie raruirni:imitbr, bv the well known sipns of the sink room. iju'f numlirn. hufrrii.t:rHM f .f fix moutli. or l. to : . . . .... . parture. Returning from the country town one evening, two days ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 January 1852

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. tj'niy hi the face that I held my breath . with, fear. Sho saw it; mod, clasping j lor bosom, she turned her face toward ' From th PennTTnia Farm Joonuu. Influence of the Boon. It has been written that Error is in all heaven, with all her passions working into cases a worse enemy to Science than Igno- prajer in it, till it grew grand, aud almost ranee; and as the Journal justly claims to beautiful. I see her face now ; I could be an adrocate of Truth and Knowledge, paint it at a dash, if I were a painter ; I you will indulge me in a few brief hits at could stick it in the mist here as plain and one of the most obvious popular delusions palpable as life. Wherever 1 look, I see of the times. There is no error too absurd it ; it repeats itself, like masks in a fany to be combatted, nor too insignificant to bo dance, wherever my eye turns. The pearly ! overthrown. tear that glistens so gricefully in her eye It was once almost universally bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 January 1852

4U LEWISBURG CHEONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Pntn9nloania Cegislatnre. IIoiTuburg, Jan. 5. At the Whig cau cus of 16 Senator to-day, John II. Walk er of Erie wag unanimously nominated for Speaker. The Democrats of the House nominated John S. Rhey, of Armstrong, for Speaker, bj acclamation : no nominations for the subordinate offices. The Whigs and the Natives each nominated full tickets. There is a prospect of a full attendance the organisation, to morrow. On the 11th utt., a man was found dead in the woods, near '.he road which leads from McCulIoch'r Mill. Tnacarora town ship, Juniata county, through the gap of the shade mountain, to black L.oi valley It was afterward!! ascertained that his name was Joseph Taylor, who had been living sometime past in liberty valley, Perry county. When found, he had noth ing beside him, but an aie, and a jug wish some whiskey in it. and nln-n his body was inspected by the jury, there was no marks of violence upon it. A daughter of Henry Neniler,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 January 1852

T. LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. w Old Time Winters. In 1664 the oold was so intense that the Thames waa covered with ice sixty-one inches thick. Almost ail the birds per ished. In 1692 the eold waa to excessive, that the famished wolves entered Vienna, and attacked beasts and even men. Many; people in Germany were frozen to death in 1695, and 1639 was nearly as bad. In 1709 occurred that famous winter called, by distinction, the cold winter. the rivers and laics were frozen, nnd ever, the tea for several miles from the shore. The ground was frozen nine feet deep. Birds and besets were struck dead in the fields, and men perished by thousands in their houses. In the south cf France the wine plantations were almost destroyed, nor have they yet recovered that fatal dis aster. The Adriatic Sea was frf.ztn, and even the Mediterranean about Genoa; and the citron and orange groves suffered ex tremely in the finest parts cf Italy. In 1716 the winter wns so intense that peopl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 January 1852

BURG H. C. HICKOK, Editor. VOL. VIII NO. 38. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1852. 0. N. WORDEX, Printer. Whole Ncmber, 40C. EWIS OH CLE, LEWISBURG CHRONICLE lo grow to a height of from six to twelve feet. One red-wood tree in the valley, . ..... . , r .,..;... known as Fremont a tree, measures over iuutd on. Wednesday mornings at Lewuburg, Union county, tenwiykama. j fifty feet in circumference, and is nearly frpwctl.so Der rear, turcath actually in adi-anra: tliroo hnndrmt fpft liiirh AHHrxl in lhpp CI 74 if paid within Hire momm: n para nuin a . . year; .!0 if not paii trefora tlie yrar eipirea; i cent for astonishing productions, are, a beet grown brttnUii"atnif . Diamtinuanori optiuumi with tfa by Mr. Isaac Brannan, at San Jose, weigh- "aoviki'st"" hfnd.-wm"eij r iurti at so nta per ; ing sixty-tbree pounds; carrots throe feet Milan, onr n't, ' to"' wwaa. S a yrar; iwo nquarca, l tot ill Bonmii lur ..-a. At JOB t)Kti and casual advertui-mcuu lu lie pakl l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 January 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Totlieexistiugau lc9nu.uplit-diuUrual improvements of tin; .State, or rslhcr to the Uiode of their administration, I invite special attention. There are iu it some radical defects which ueed reformation. It is holding it To those reasons, founded on the clearest tense of duty and of official responsibility, I invite your candid atten tion. They are now for the first time given, because now, for the first time since the passage of this act, has an opportunity offered to confer with those to whom my reasons may be important, and with whom they may be operative. The section pro posed to be repealed is iu these words, " It shall not bo lawful to use any jail or prison of this Commonwealth for the detention of any person claimed as a fugi tive from servitude or labor, except in A communication from the Inspectors of the Western Penitentiary has been laid before me. Its statements show that the number of finished cells is inadequate to ' the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 January 1852

f LEWISBURG. CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. ii Boston. Jan. 9. The Vienna correa pondent of the Boston Atlas, writing under dale of December 20th,9aya that Koaauth'a another died in Pesih on the l3ih of De cember. The Re. Mr. Creighton, who was ometime since elected Provisional Bishnp of the Protestant Episcopal Church ol New York, ha declined the office. At the late Kentucky State Fair a pumpkin was on exhibition weighing 133 lbs., and measuring 0 feet 9 J inches in circumference. Providence. Jan. 9ih. Resolutions inviting Kossuth to wi.it this Slate have parsed the Satiate by a unanimous vote. CorrtcUd this Day, Wheat 70a75 ....50 80 33 ...112 ...125 ,. .16 Rye Corn OntS Flaxseed Dried Apples . . . Bullet ( Tallow Lard Ham Bacon Clover&eed ... 12 ...10 8 ... 10 8 ...425 Union County Democratic Convention. The Iemocraiic elmors of Union county are requested to mccl at Ihe usual time and place of holding Delegate Elections, in their resiiective boroughs and townships on Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 January 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. toil oni )umot. JtiyTbe following description of the Yankee s Jack-Kni c,we find in Rev. JoLa Picrpoat's Centennial Celebration roem, recently delivered t IitcLficld, Conn. : The Yukw-VT, brfotr h to Wd. knows th myteritii of that maic too Ttw? (Mki t knife. To this, bis wiftful eye Turns, when h lwar h'n Mother' iu.y ; Hi boards d cents he ptUdly gtvet to pt it. And Irar-v sHftr nolurutl till lie cava -.bet it; And, in the education of the lad, Ko little pari that imp) n-&t Lath Lfcd. Bis fHx kt-kDifr to the t-.anjr vbittlcr bringt A growing knoa .hik at luicruu uim- VMfjttrUh musir. u the rscuIjitorV rt His ctvtriut whittle, and Lw .-fcinU dart, II is older t-cuit, wub it b:ckury rod, Ite ha-f xioi au! rrt-uundtns wad, Ilm rom.ta:k uddie, and the tltr r trne That murmur fmui Li .-uin; lio-i.! tromVce tVnepire to Urmrh thr .?. tbese euc.evd II m bow, ti arn of featbn reed. Hit wind-mill rmwd tli iatin(C br-xe to win,, His water-wbae...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 January 1852

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE i-r II. C IIICKOK, Editck. O N. WORDEN, Pkinter LEWISBURG CHRONICLE! a unit-nnssT va-ilv jocAt, Jnued uii Wednesday morning at Uwuburg, Vnivit cuiinly, rettwyicanu:. l.'Ti liii a4.aacw. In...tmunncs 0tiuu wilu tt i ' . . .... - hit:rritkittul J,ui..i-li. r,k.vi.t mhem tiit ymri naid up. AM jirisiMUM Lndmcl) iurul at 9 O-Bti prr m,R, ,n wevk, $1 l..ar w.k. m yrar; two wiuaiva, i. r..rai miallw.: .vw- M.-rmiiUI adrrrt. u uu. ..mv-Uu,; h,urtl' of ..'uiub, i J. J, III WOV.h. an.l wul a.lvcrua.-ul..iU " l IM roc ail.ii lili(itl iu ur tlnnr .1. J 0,aiiM. tios m.ilciuU onII Mil.jiftsof l-ineral int r i.. wuliin ll riu of l-art ..r sw-larian "at"'- All Mten wart -; wf m. w" - i .T1! lr,-i .if tlw writ. r. to rrcriv intention. -Th.i if miu .-s.lu-ireiv l" tin WuturjU !,. t,UW a r c li t:t llr.MiV I'. IliCH.iK. tM.iur Mia uwsa on Luiue.. . N. Wouhe. PU.Jt.T. om u Market .lrt, lrtc-' ?-n.l "id Third.orer U.r IV,l-Ol..x. X. WOKMM.. lKHtar. Tor the fcawiaburg Chronic!. Mr. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 January 1852

LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Farmer. S&"' Dickoy's Coru Planter" has been iiitrndjiced Lere bv Mr. lViii'n Leas, of it ,m Tlirt t.rnnrtor! JIUUl. . J I" I claims a raving of over TO cents per acre lv planting with this machine-also tint the seed is more uniformly ,1 securely T,l,nl hv ihU than lv the common wav. , t - j It i certainly worthy tho attention of our Farmers. Messrs. CLrif-t k Kriek, Lewis bur:;, have the right to make and sell fir I'nion an.l Northumberland counties. RULES fir ascertaining the quantity of Corn or other drain in a rib, Ac. Having previously leveled the cr.-.ra in the crib or storehouse, eo that it will be of c.jual depth thro' wit, ascertain the length, breadth aul depth of the bulk, multiply these dimensions together, and their pro duct 1 y !?, nd then cut off one figure from the right of the product; this will fcive you the number cf bushels and a decimal of a bushel of tared corn. Example. In a bulk of corn in the rsr, thirty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 January 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Corrected litis Day. Wheat 75o80 Rye 50 ;;om so Oat 33 Flaxseed 113 Dried Apples Bullet East Tallow Lard Ham Bacon Cloveraeed 125 . 16 - - is 10 . . .8 10 ..8p 425! UortATTua Viiit. Many in Lewiaburg will pay a vi.it to Mii-a Sarah Clark on Saturday afternoon. Jan. 34lh, for tbe purpose of takirg ber a few necrwariea of life. Aa she is p. or and ha been uufortunate, it ia hoped ahe will receive aoine of tbe comfort, that many of us eijry. CITIZEN'. J... I . t ,i- i.u LECTras on Maraianxr. Rev.tt I 'hlltps nil) give Ilia laet two leeturea oil the Marriage choice and Marriage ilutira, on nett Monday and Tueadiy evenjtijra (20ih and 37ih int.) in tbe lecture room ol the Ger. Kef. Church. Ad mittance 12 eta each. To the I. a. lie. (an J lo Gentlemen also whose name are previously eiitcret!) Ticket will be furnished (at the door) admitting them to the aecond lecture without Jdmona! charge. Viiiin. County l)?mocrt!c ('oiicenlion. The Democrati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 January 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. y.ut Hetty's Idea of 2Iatriaoay. girl, (says Aunt Hetty) put down ... . mbroiilf rj ami nurstcd work, do x'tliing fceusiblfj and step building ir '. v. end talking .f lovers atia huuey i ; it niukeit me sick, it's peif.cliy .1, nial. Love is a firoe matrimony i i uil"p, btisliaais are di.uicstio .Na-Svt-9, lexaudtfrsi, Kiguiiig i" v !:inrti to c.iiqu' r after they are sure . mrs. The Lori'-j-nicou is as short ,u as Luiif.r ; al'ur tliat, you -v wear your weddm;' dress at- the war-b- utid yuiir x.i-b'c::p to uiLttiii, stid ;r'wLutbtiud vioasJc't kui-w it. You - j.ick up ur (i u pocket Lai.aLt rvhuf, yourself to a ciiai, itnd split, your ii aero t 2 tLa back re.-rbiiij ovir tbe J.:t., I : j . to gfi h pe'ce t imer. uuiie ut is .' iu bib b.i.akfat t it' it was tl.c j ....... t t .l ..:,) ,..i il ;,!.,.' l,,.,l ,,. 1 .if ui utrii'-.'iiu V U - I U C CIUV ' 4 l XJi VA..II . - I. l.f. Cftl. fhr.l.loh lli kill! Hiil VI. Ill' ill. C C 1 -.on, (wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 January 1852

it. BURG VOL. VIII NO. 4r - - Wools Incmier, 408. H. C. HICKOK, Editor. -I - 11 ' LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1832. O. N.'WORDEX, Printer LEWIS j JO H R 0 N rC L E o ' ' - - - I LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE Declaration Extraordinary. When. in the course of events.it becomes THE MODERN BELLE. have connected him with villainous sub- lnued on Wednesday morning at LcwMurg, Union county, 1'ennnyUaiuc. TER VS. $1.S0 -r year, fr rftli aetnallr in ailvanrw: ii if ariftnii llirm nu.nt.iM: 4.(Ht if liaiii within r: !.: n u .t fM brfoni the yr ; aiii for scribers, and lo n-ums among mankind i- i iu .ivn-. uixtmtinuauivii ttui with tiit thai sepra io and just station to which h:s lutili-.her. eaeept when the veer i liaiii ui.. I . , - . . r ,-.t Aur.TiniTi hn.im'eij inrtra u. in cnt pr . poverty and independence of .pint entitle luare.one , l lour weem, oaj.-ar: io,ain l- . -Ipp--. (, t Un nnininna of sl fir ui m mihiu : i..r w. Mercantile ivrru--. n'm aecent respect lor we Op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 January 1852

LEWISBUfiG CHRONICLE& WEST BRANCH FARMER. tioc, l-.t yet nnj:ro(inctivc. The abanion- lueut cf ouch iinvi.iveinenM would involve the loss cf a 1-rgc nuiou: of capital j already expended, mid sacrie. cmiieiy the 1 ctnnces of future returns to the treasury fr.itu these sources. Indi'od tha speedy commV.ion of thi Xnrth lirjiKU dual, is, i in my ojiiiion, eoiisiaU-r.t with the tiu&st ! cfferts; rather than the mero measures of: sister States, and to the cause of republi principles i economy. ! government f.ir success. Legislation should j cauism throughout the world. PeiiEKTlrariiA is, perhaps, unrivalled 1 y j tfive to all citizens an equal opportunity j WILLIAM BIGLER. r.ry of the Mates iu natural clemnt ot greatness and wealth, fchu is no less the (tardea sp"t rf eur ininianu country than h'ho is tha" Keystone;" of thf Federal AtJi. Auutiding in inexhaustible and varied iwinc-rivl iee-urcs, sn abundance of well located viator power, fiuiiriably adapted to intiiufoc'urin r.ud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 January 1852

r LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. New York, Jan.lG Oo Thursday -fter-noon, about 1 o'clock, tie scLool-Louse in Greenwich avenue, was he seeno of toother excitement, somewhat similar to the one that occurred in November last. By soma mean or other nn ulartu was upread that the. building Wan on fire, which soon reached the ear of the children in the varioUK department. In a moment thej were seized with a pauic, and rushed in a body for the dora, which, however, with cjoimendatc presence of mind the teacher immediately locked, and conipall- ed the scholars to resume their seats. . Thi they ucceed;d in effecting ia about: twenty minutes. The outer doors iind gites to the building were also locked. ( Meanwhile the crow.' increased to the J cumber of two or three thiuanJs. Pa-1 rents and relative were running to t!:e ' toboui from every direction, wild and 1 frautic with excitement, demanding an entrance to the Liii! Jiug, which was rented to tli- utmost extent l-y Assistan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 January 1852

UJJ LEWISBURG CHllONICLt & WEST BRANCH FARMER. f i ( ! '1 iUit and (junior. Djnt Bet. A in r,a M.j m cured of letting! How ? Keep quiet and I'll tell you. Not thousand miles fmm Jamaica Plains lived Lem Seaver, Bub Kuinions and Arot May. Ltm was fund of shoot ing, could shoot well, sad was rather proud of it. It happened on a lr;g!.t Oc V'bor day that be Lad been hunting the cover on the Newton aide of the potid, mid Cnrue out by the old bam whore K .b Ktn- Dions was at worlc. After a little talk I.ero lft Lis gun and fixings standing cutaide, and went into the barn tit look at the cattle, and finally passed through to the eider avill, which id nod just beyond j for half a day'a tramp in the woods makes man dry, you'd better believe. While be was gone, Bob, who was always at the bottom of all the deviltry done in tLe vi cinity, dropped an extra charge of shot liito each barrel of the gun, and stood by waiting for fun. Presently Auiaea catue t - 1 U t a. i ji mg iiwu mm a ucw imv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 February 1852

LEWI BURG CHRONICLE H. C. HICKOK, Editor. O. N. WORDEN, Prixteb. LEWISBDM, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1852. VOL. VIII NO. 41, Whole Numbeb, 409. LE AVISBUKG CHRON ICLE AW firplUXDIST FA MILT JOCKS L, Issued on Wednesday mornings at Lewhlurg, Union county, Vennyleanxc. TXBSf.1lM par year, for cvh tvrttially fa ftdrane; $1.7u, if pmid witbm I brer tnUis; $2.00 if paid viiliin jer ; $ 2,50 if not psiii befur tli year cspin.n ; ceuU for tag. number, bulacriptiunt for six mutUha or les, to b fiaid in advauce. Oiaoonlinuanees optional with the j Puti!iher, axcrjK when the ynr i. paid up. ADraaTULMKXTa hluJiillir imaftMl t Sit sua,.. M- a'joare.ou wk, $1 ur weeks. xer; two finris ; one of his travels be had met with 9 iim ni wjauH, lor a year. Mercantile aurtrti- i a - , m-nu, not exouedmK one fourth of a column. $10 a year. emigrant JOUTDeying With HIS family tO the whm bandit in ordehrerod. fertile regions beyond the Mississippi. He ret not witnin Um nan of oartv ur aeet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 February 1852

i ft i 14 If t at Wl crv;-t,Vl p RATT Rn&n SI N LI R fcK 1 L BU LKUAU t- r rho IbRnwing letter to the officer . , i i pi,;! i of tha Bsmbufj & Lne KAwl, PhilaeL, is from a gentlemen distinguished u u Engineer, and who baa bej u an efficient ' agent ia tic creation of many of t.'i- public aorks of this Stale. His opinim wiU have much we -ht ! .i i men and !iu wuu Pra-lK'-" - capitalists Phil ideipliii, a. tii iuobury and ErM Kuiituad. That enterprise has not beer, regarded bv me as a rival to the Pennsylvania Kail : .1 hare considered the eonstraetion of both as eaaeaeiai to the proper deeelep eat of the i eon mi of the St ue, and tbe prosperity at our city. hen completed, eatU WOK will -:M'A .ill iij ureueuea io un more iaaeeesable conntie, and gathering the trade of nearly tbe ettire Ooinason wcalth, pour it into one eoawsoa centre, destrojiBC that diversity of feeling among nac tiiucus at pre&ea: fostered by their di tided muiktts. The amount yet to be raised to OOmple...

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