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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1850

liEWISBUUCi CllItONlCL.li. 'AND WEST HUANCII FAKMEK Delegate Meetings and County Convention. Tho Democratic Whig voters of Union county will assemble in their respective election districts on Satucday, the 3d day of August next, and elect two Delegates, lor each respective District, to attend Countj Convention, which will be held at New Berlin, on Monday, the 5th day of August next for the purpose of nominating Candidates for the following editors, viz : I Congressman, 1 Assemblyman, Pro- thonotary, Prosecuting Attorney, County Surveyor, Commissioner, &c. By order of (he Whir Standing Com'ee. WJI. VAN GEZER, Ch'n. New Berlin, June 27, 1850. Delegate Meeting. The Democratic citizens of Union coun ty, will meet at their respective places of liolding elections, on Saturday the 10th tlay of August, at 2 o'clock. P.M., to elect two delegates, for each district, to meet in County (.onveutioo, on Monday the 12th of August. For the purpose of nomina ting candidates for Congress and Asse...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1850

L.EW1SI1URG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH PARMER NEIY STAGE LINE. lfare from Mifflintown to Selins grov6 Reduced. ON and after June 25 b, 1S50, ihe Tare on the Stage Line of the subscribers will be reduced la 81,50. The coach will leave MitHiotown on Tuesday and Friday morning of each week at 7 o'clock, and leave Selinsgrove a! the same hour on Wednesday and Saturdny arrive at Mif flintown in time for the evening train of ciira, and at Selinsgrove in time lor the for the Packet. The coaches are new were manufactured expressly forihe rou'e, and with direct reference to the comlort of passengers Persons on the Juniata wish- inz lo reach the Susauhanna, or those on , , - . . , the Susquehanna Wishing In reac h the Juniata, can find no other route hs cheap , .. i . . and conventtnt a there . ..ode tent.on ,u connecting with the can and packet at the ends of the route. Ihe same line will run regularly Iroin M fflintown to the Tuscarora Academy on ! Monday and Thursday of each week, leav- i i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1850

LEW BURG CHRONICl J & C. HICKOK, JMitor. a N. WORDEN, Printer, LEWISBUBG, UNION CO., PA., JULY 24, 1850. Volume VP., Number 17. I Whole Wumber---32?.' The lw Isburgf Chronicle is iucd every Vedoesday morning at Lewisburg, Uuion county, Pennsylvania. Taaxs. $1.60 per jrr, fur c-h actually in advance; $1,75, paid within three months ; !2 If paid within the year ; $2,50 if not paid before the v,r entires : ainele numlwr,5 cents. Sub l'ur the LnvUburg Cmmictt. Suggestions. Mr. E.Jilor : I have been anxiously looking for some lime past, hoping to find an article from the pen of some eminent fhyiscian on the subject of the propriety (..- miw mnnih, or less to be raid in , advance. Discontinuances optional with the i of e.-tablishing a Medical Society in this Publisher eicept when the year is paid up. (county. The Stale Medical Society wa A.lwriiaements hanilsoniely inserted at ou Cla . ... . hsr souare o"r.eek. f I for a month, and 5 for ' ' 1 819, Since which lime, many of year ; a r...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1850

WEST BRANCH f7A do2eo or strof onr citizens went over to the farm of ffm. Nesbit, Esq., in Chilisquaqrur, one day last week.to witness tha operation of a specimen of "Hussey's Patent Reaper." ll requires two horses and a driver, and a man on the machine, and cuts a swath something less than the j usual width, as fast as the horses can walk, bt does mit lay it very stnoot of make j regular sheavesi It received- a mr inai, but the conclusion was arrived ai mm, taking everything into consideration! was no improvement w the ordinary meihcid. En Cnttow. For the lwiburg Chronicle. Hints. From East to West, from the! North and the South, there comes but one voice with regard to the coming harvest it will be as bountiful as the goodness of the All Giver. Hay, Grain, and Fruit, promise equally well ; and no wail of a famishing nation abroad breaks in upon our graIU,- lions. But let not this project of ahund- nnce foster inattention, waste, or pride all our hopes may be blasted He who rules s...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1850

C AND WEST BRANCH FARMER Delegate Meetings niid County Convent ion. The Democratic Whig Voters or Union county will assemble iu their respective election disiiicts on Satvrdav, the 3J day of August next, and elect two Delegates, for each respective District to attend a County Convention, winch will be held at New licrlin, onMond.iv, the 5h day of August next for the purpose of nominating candidates for the follow ii offices, viz : I Congressman, 1 Assemblyman, I'ro tli unitary, Prosecuting Attorney, County Surveyor. Commissioner, &c. Hy order of the Whig Standing Com'ce. VM. VAN CKZKIi, Ch'n. cw Berlin, June 27. 1850. Delegate Meeting. The Democratic citizens of Union coun ty, will meet at their resiertivc places ol holding elections, on J?attri.ay the 1 0th lay of August, at 2 o'clock. P.M., to elect two delegates, for each district, to meet in County Convention, on Monday the 12ih of August. For the purpose of nomina ting candidates for Conres Bnd Assembly. OCA general ullend....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 July 1850

tt)U anbjumov. The Bachelor's Brldil. raaoui. fcot lango brtrJ 1 iW As our friend lo the bridal sr horn. J ; hoi wit discharged lii. riiit 'H At lha Benedict just o be outrcicd. W married biro quickly, to save hi ftiilit. Our heads from the saJ sirtt turninii. A nd e eightd M we Mood t.y the lam.'s dim I'S To think be ih no mure discerning To think that bachelor, free and l-right. And shy of the girt at we lound him. fchnni.l here bv the altar, at dead of night. lie caught in the snare that bound him ! j lew and abort were the word we sid. Though we heartily ate of the cakes. Then escorted him h.nne fmm scene of dread And tliouBbt how iwr'ii he aliakea. We thought as we grouped his lowly bed With the flowers, the birch and the willow, Uow the ahoTd end brootiistirk would break oVr his Lea I, And the teats he would slie.1 cm hi pillow, id he, "They will talk of Uicir friend who baa gouc And every old Bach' will ui.taid me; Hut nothing reck I, it they let me dream on, '.Neath the cove...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 July 1850

CHRONICLE LEWIS BURG Volume VH, tfamher 18. E C. fflCKOK, JEdltor. a N. WOMEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., JULY 81, 1850 Whole Number 330. The tcwlsbarg Chronicle U issued ever; Wednesday morniog it Lewisburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tuns. $1,50 per year, for cah actually In advance: $1.75. paid within three month; $2 if paid within the tear; $2,50 if not paid before ik. ..... .i.,.. mole numbers. 5 cent. Sub- scription (or aix monthi or lee to be paid in "j t.i..,iiamenu handsomely inserted at 50 et. per square one week. $1 for month, and $5 fur tL J 7 : Mercantile advertisements not eiceeoing one-iomm ui "". i"ji .. r ,L f . l A Casual advertisement and Job work to De paid for when handed in or delivered. All cammunication by mail nut come post paid, accompanied bv the addrea of the writer, to ifceive attention. Those relating exclusively to the Editorial Department to be directed to H. C. Kit KOK, Esq., bailor and nil on business to be ,J Irrced to the PublUher. II Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 July 1850

"WEST BRANCH MM For the Lcuulmrg Chronicle. Mr. Editor J In your last No. I observe a notice of a Reaping Machine sent by Mr. Hussey to my caie for trial, in which you sav that "the conclusion arrived at, taking all things into consideration, was that it was no improvement on the old method.' ' Nowm order that the farming community - r . r I 1 - . . I ! may rot lorman opinion uniavorauietome rperation of the machine without just cause, I wish to state that I do not think it had a 'fair trial," as we all were unacquainted with the Machine, and the best mode of working it. It cut the grain clean, excep ting when moving in the direction in which the wheat leaned; and to make the sheaves straight and eveuly, would require more than one hours experience, which was about the time it was in operation. With respect to its economy, when compared with cradling, we had not sufficient expe rience to form any correct opinion. We had intended lo give it another trial on the next day, but the occu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 July 1850

KKWigUUUU CllKOMCLiIO AM) WEST BUAXCI! FAK3U.Il IMogate Meetings und County Convention. Tin; Democratic Vliig vn'.ers c-f t'ninn cmMy will assemble in their respective eleclinn districts on atlttja Yf the 3d day ol" August next, and elect livo Delegates, Or. LLIIfVx SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILLS, AllfcAU UF ALL OTIIi:i!s! The Kuvy of all I'll Manufacturers, I EC USE ihry are safer, better, and incrc ) elliruciuus than any other. jOO.OOO I?C Large Suha Laic I'rica j i U I fear. fir each respective 1 Jisirict. lo a'tentl a f ... r. .: i.. . I. ...11 l. I. ..I i ... v-urny miu-,.;,IUi, wine, ... ..c..i o. (lave ,,cfn 4i)J anlluay fr ll;e asl five VCarj Aew lierlin, on Mcnd o , I tie oh day of ! vut,, Axn Olu, Mils and Ttfrnt, August next fur the purpose of nomina'injr j ran aluays take llicin with equal safety, w itlioui mdidaics fur tins Itillouiiig ullices, viz : 1 (jiiorcsstnai), I As-einblyinai!, I'ru- !(: unitary, Prosecuting Attorney, Cuunly S'lrvpjor. (immi-siiiicr. Stc. I!y order uf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 July 1850

L.EWISBUBG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER To Delinquent Collectors. ALL Collector of Staie nnd County Tas within the county ol Union, knowing themselves in arrears wnh their Duplicates of aneailierdate than 1849, are requested to pay off their respective amounts due on or before September Court nest ensuing, otherwise iheir Ponds will be gien into the hands ofan Attorney for collection.wiihout respect of rerson. DANIEL HORLACHER, Treasurer New Berlin, July 4. IT IS A FACT, ONE self-evident, and worthy of every consideration, that no Millrrcan make good clean flour w ithout he hat good clean wheat. I suppose you wish to know the remedy. I tell ycu it Is to get one of Htrgstresser I I'h tut $cttirert,at Smut Machines. He Ix ing an old, practical and experienced Millwright has invented, got up and tut in successful operation the best Wheat Scourer now in ue. Any person ordering a machine and afterward finding that it does not prove to operate as repre sented, there shall be no sale, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 August 1850

LEWISB r V i. - H. C. HICEOZ, Editor, i a N. W0RDEN7 Printer. LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., AUG. 14; 1850? Vohnne Vil, CTtamber 20. ; '', Whole limaSex -332.' EG 0 ROW j 'H i v u 4 d Tbe Lcwlabarf Chronicle " every Wednesday m or mug at Lewiaburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tinm. $1,50 per year, forci-h actually In dranoe; $1,75, paid wilhin three nnntba; $2 if paid within the ytu; $2,50 if not paid before the year expires ; (ingle numlrs,5 ernta. Sub scription! for ait norith'or less W wf'eid in advance. .' Discontinuance optional with tot Publisher except when the year is paid op. Advertisement handomeIy inserted at SO cts per sqoire one week, f I for a month, and 5 f..r year ; reduced price for lunger advertisements. Two equares, f 7 ; Mercantile advertisement not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, f 1 0. Caanal advertisements and J oh work to be panl for when handed in or delivered. All communications by mail .nut come post paid, accompanied lv the address of the writer,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 August 1850

KEWISBUKG CIIRONICliK AND WEST BRANCH FARMER title and rights of Mexican chitons or ac quire those of citizens or the United Stales. But they shuU be under the obli tialion to make their election within one Vr from the date of the exchange of rat ification ot litis- treaty ; and those who shall remain iu llie said lerritories afier the expiration of that year, without having de clared their inieniion to retain the charac ter of Mexicans, shall be considered to have elected to become citizens of the United States. "In ihe said territories.property of every kind, now belonging to the Mexicans noj established there, shall bo inviolably res peeled. The pre ent owners, the heirs of these, and all Mexicans who may hcreaf- . .Urt. I,, rnnlnu-t slmll ' I C I dl IJUI I b BUIU UIVH.I .J j - - , . ,; .!ih xxnert In it. guaranties eaual-' "J":i - -i i . ...i i . i i i Iv amnleas-rf the same bclonced to citizens l 1 " ' f of the United States." I The ninth article of the treaty is in these . I w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 August 1850

fC7The Supreme Court for the North--rri district held at thi place, adjourned. 1 Wednesday, afier session of three and a balf weeks. The Judaea made a clean sweep of ih list, tfisposingof eighty-four cases. Sunbury American, 3 J inst. Hon. Joseph CAsr.v, our Representative in Congress, was at this place last week attending to some professional business in the Supreme Court the session of winch has just been concluded. Mr. Casey has proved himself thus far nn able and indus trious member, and is seldom from his post. Ibid. Rev. David J. Waller, the Pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place, has re signed his charge ot the congregation here ; the resignation to date from the first of October next. The Primitive Methodists will erect a new church this fall, upon Third Street a. (he foot of Iron Street in this town. The Baptists have also a subscription in circulation for building a church in Bloomsburg, forlheir denomination. They ripect to get the building up this tail. Bloomsbu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 August 1850

I,KWISBUIIG CHRONICLE ANU WEST BRANCH FAItMEK ton VT Liar.iT. Tbe Tromlnill Democrat . "The Man who hes no Time l. Head ' was in that place, at lb Circus, '" The easse hidrtidual w in our town on ibr 4ia of July, to see the Elephant," and war laboring under iba effects ol that same H old .took.' Blair County Whig. He visited here recently, perfectly sober tie bad fallen in with a copy of tbe Sentinel. Ju aiau Sentinel. J Been here, since ; nnd is now a rain; luoaiic, personating the ght of Galtiliin. Copy of I he Sentinel found in his liul. Lycoming Gazette. And came down to Lewisburp, trjina t spell out the Gozttte, and believing ii hull V 'tight ; but cured of ail his bad iittbila b) subscribing for the Lctrixbvrg Chronicle, and gone to wrk in ihe Boat-Yard. New Patents. A patent has lately been taken out for keeping clothes clean. Think of that, wash women. Anoiherfora machine to wash dishes. ' Think of that, lazy pnl-t who fear to soil your hands with a diltcloth. Ann ther for a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 August 1850

4UL LEWI R'G C H E H. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORSEN, Printer. LEWISBUltG, UNION CO., PA., AUG.. 21, 1850. Yolnme VII, Wnmfeer 21. Whole Number---333. SBU IC The I,cwlbar: Clironirle is iurJ very Vedneday morning at I.cwisburg, Union count j, Pennsylvania. Taai- $1.50 per year, for cih actually in advance; $1,75, paid within three montlx ; $2 if paid within the year; $2,50 if not paid before the yeir expire ; tingle numlvrs, 5 cents. Sub scriptions for sis months or less to be paiJ in advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher except when the year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 cts n .mi.rr nna week. 1 1 for a month, and 5 f.r a year ; a reduced price for longer advertisement. squares, ft ; jnercamue uvptiiwiiii'iii! nui exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $ 1 0. ('asual advertisements and Job work to be paid tor when handed in or delivered. All communications bv mail .nu-t come post paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 August 1850

M Mr. II. 'a trunks in his own possession, and refused to give them up, unless he was paid 300, saying his house was da maged to that amount by the death that find occurred within it. Mr. Howard' im portuned him to let him have the hair which was cut from Ms wife's hew, but he refused, deflating that nothing should go out of his possession until he received what be clai.iied. Mr. ff. offered him a fair equivalent for llie trouble he had been put 10 cnt ifis- account, hlch he refused with scorn. Is it not strange that the lightning of God's wrath docs not descend fro mtlie throne or Omniotcnce, and destroy, with a sudden vengeance, such a blot upon hu manity from the face of the earth. Mr. Howard returned to the city yes-' tcrday, but starts lor Columbus to-day, for the purpose of obtaining soino means or other, for the re-possession of his property. Cincinnati Paier. The Rolling stone gathers no Moss. Neither does the uneasy farmer who is constantly moving or talking about moving to...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 August 1850

I.KWISBURU C.IROXICL.K AND WEST HltAXCIl FARMER Public Sale llflLL Us exposed lo Public Sale, on W Satur'lag, the 2lt of September nfxl, in East Uulfaloe Township. Union county, Pa , the following real olate, lo wil : Thirty Acres of Land. More or less, wilh a Frame House and U ink Barn, and all necessary oiH-!mi tid ing. There is a well of never failiiij! limestone waler near llic door. A fine Apple Orchard, and a large number of oiher fruil trees on tlm premise. The l rum is situated about iraf mile below Itrtc isburg, on the road leading In Selinsorovc, n (lie right bank r tlw West Uratich ol ihe Susquehanna river. Tlie land is nil tliared and in a ood state ol ruluvaliou. U i!l lie sold as the properly of the heirs ol' Jacob Siroheckcr. dee'd- N. H. Any person wishing l ee llie farm before ibe day of lc. can call tijioii itie prescnl occiiian Mrs Strobi-cker. Sale lo commence at 10 o'clock, when oiiditintis wil! be niaifr known l!V I llli IH JKS. An oust 1 1, I80O. I 'or ihr Ijn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 August 1850

Hlnislering Spirits. We are lold of ministrring spirit." l.y l lie lips that can not lie nnd rrP " aerilrge to dcubt ifr mi n. Bui i they come never to torment rr terrify they held no commonwD wiih the eye or car ol sense. In that solemn hour, when the soul hovers half way between two world when the veil of earl lily vision grow transparent with the dawning li-lii of eternity, it may be il must be that revealing through that veil are sometimes given. A iittle girl in a lami'y of my acquain tance, a lovely and nrecuciou rhi'd, Ins" her mother at an age too early to fix h loved features in her remeniueranre. She was frail as beautiful ; and as the bud o! her heart unfolded, it aeemrd.as if won by that mother' prayers, to turn instinctively heavenward. The wret, cnncciiiiiious, and prayer-loving child was the idol of llie bereaved family. Rut she faded a ay early. She would lie upon the lap of the friend who took a mother' tind care of her, and winding one wasted arm aliout her neck, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 August 1850

JJJL wW imimlh-w - - !- f n , n, iH,, l1"H ' T ' " im HiW 1 OM WWi il i . I. 1,1, - , i . , LEW Jo BL C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, TJNIOR CO., PA., AUQ. 8, 1850. Volume VU., Number 22. WLo:Trjmber 334. The Ve wlaburg Chronicle i isuJ every Wednesday morning at Lcwitburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tibxs. $1,50 per yer, for cifh actually In advance; $1,75, paid within three months; $3 if paid within the year ; $2,50 if not paid before the year expires ; aingle numliera.5 cents. Sub scriptions (or six months or less to be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher except when the year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 ct per eqoare one week, $ I for a month, and $5 fur a year ; a reduced price for Linger advertisements. exceeding one fourth of a column, quarterly. $ 10. m a t Mercantile advertisements not Casual advertisement and Job work to be paid for when banded in or delivered. All communications bv mail nat come post pa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 August 1850

Bpeeck of Han. Joseph Casey, of P-. lo the House of Representatives, Monday, Au. 12, 1850, on the Protective Policy and the Iron and Coal interest of Penn y Ivania. The House being in Committee of the Whole on the Stale of th" Union.and hav. ing under consideratio" tbe Civil and Dip lomatic ppropriatioo Bill, Mr. Carey said: Mr. Chairman As it appears to be the determination to consume the time allotted to the discussion of this general appropriation- bill on other subjects than the bill itself, Bfld as there are same subjects of very great importance to the State of Penn sylvania, a district of which I have the hsnor to rey resent, which have received but very little attentiou during this ses sion, 1 propose to occupy a few moments in bringing them to the notice of this com mittee. 1 wish it to be understood that I have nothing on this occasion to say in re latioo to the Texas boundary in particular, or Negro-ology in general. My constitu ents know my opinions on those subjects, an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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