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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 August 1850

IJBWISBUllC CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER SCIENTIFIC fctPEBlMBNT8l Hessrs. Davidson fc Letter U'ouH respectfully announce that they will give a Scientific Entertainment and lecture on the subjects ot Electricity, Galvanism, and Electro-Magnetism, at the TOWN HALL in Lewisburg, Fri day evening, Aug. 30, 1850. For particulars, see the Bills posted up round the town. Amnng other novelties shown are an Electro-Magnetic Machine Railroad Engine propelled by Macnetism Colt Submarine Bat tery an Alcoholic Blew Pipe, to blow Glass Ibe Magnetic Telegraph, anJ explanation or House's Printing Telegraph, and other Telcgraphe-the Magnetic Slippers will be lead to be tried on, ic &e. Tickrta. 12 i elseech. A reasonable deduction made for Family Ticket. To the Voters of Union County. Fellow Citizens: At the solicitation of a number of my friends, I hereby oiler my s 'If as a candidate for the office of PrO tbOSOtary at the ensuing election, and pledge myself to discharge the duties of said 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. — 28 August 1850

LKWISUURG CIIROXICL.E AND WEST BRANCH 'FARMER Sticking to one's Rights. Old storiet very often have a forcible application lo present time. The following we find floating in the sea of jiuroalism, and conveys nn important moral.) 'How is it, John, that you bring the wagon home in such a cond lion I" I broke it, driving over a slump.' "Where!" "Back in the woods, half a mile or so." But why did you run on the stump I Couldn't you see to drive straight 7" "I did drive str.-iij.lit, sir, and that is the very reason that I drove over it the stump was directly in the middle of the road. "Why then did ou not go around it T" Because, sir. the stump had no right in the middle of the road, and I had." "True.John.the stump ought not to have teen in the road ; but 1 wonder that you were so foolish as not to conder that it was there, and thai it was stronger than your wagon." Why, father, do you think that I am always gin to yield up my rights! Not I 1 am determined to stick up to them, come wh...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 September 1850

SB R 0 ' .'St'".' c m mmm Afl m w . w mm i Volume VIL, Number 21 E C. E1CX0X, Editor. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., SEPT. 4, 1850. Whale Uomter 335. The r,cir labors; Chronicle is iued iv.-ry V. . .!nedy morning t Lewisburg, Union ioor.", Pennsylvania. j" ri 50 per year, for cash sctuslry In it.) ranee; $1,75, paid within three mouths; $2 pird within the year; $2,50 if not paid before '. iie ymr ei iren ; ing1e numbers, 5 cent. Sub scriptions, for six months or leg to be paid in iNanre. Discontinuance optional with the Publisher except when the year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 ct tier square one week, Jl for month, and 5 for '' ' year ; reduced price for longer advertisements. Two aonares. 17 I Mercannie uvcmseiurui inn fourth of a column, quarterly. Sin. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. Ml communications bv mail nut come post' paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attenti...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 September 1850

an be devoted lo better objects than ope a-' ing railroadj and great thoroughfares, and to supporting and endowing beneficent in stitutions of learning ; but I advert to it to show the" inconsistency, as we'.l as the want of a proper spirit of generosity, on he part of southern and south western Democratic gentlemen opon this floor. The United States has power, according to the course they pursue, to become a great land jobber, to pay millions, perha hundreds of millions out of the public Treasury, to buy laud and pay annuities, and then par- eel tbemout in building railroads, &&, to benefit particular sections of the country, yet when we ask for protection in the North, they interpose their conscientious scruples. Equality is but justice. And il these local and sectional feelings and ac tions are to be indulged to the ruin and prostration of our interests, I know of but one way in which we can counteract it, and that is by paying them in kind, and letting gentlemen and thei...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 September 1850

School Notice. . nAtui3 a Y al :tf km na-eiveJ BP la Stc l-u"r",..K " for THREE MALE School, for five month, commencing oq Ihe IK of October pelt. Br onler of ibe President : DAViD REBER, Secretary, lewisburg, Sept. 3. 1850 For the LcwUburg Chronicle. Tlie public are aware that i had nounced my nan in the public print as a candidate for the office of Commissioner. Uv rnmnromise between Mr. Sem Shoch nt mvplf. it was agreed that I should withdraw upon the condition that Mr. Shoch nav what expenses I 'had incurred in Drintinz. canvassing the county, etc This agreement was entered into with the most honest intentions on my part, and with the fullest determination to carry out the ioteution of the compromise. But, to m mrnri,p. Mr. Scoch declined to do so on his part. He has declined to defray iny expenses as agreed upon, and the only alternative I have, is, now to appeal to the voters of Union county, to decide the mat. ipr. I hone that mv name will herealter not be withdrawn from the ...

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

1 K A Hanly Little Fellow. When Lieut. Gov. Patterson, of West field, N. V., ho ia personally known tr Bome of our eitizcm, and who bears an emhed repulaiioo for imelligence and kmd- nf heart, .a S,akcr of N. . Isture. as is usual at the openm- or the the House, some doacn boys presented (himse " applicants lor the place nf mes. nger. He inquired their na.-ws, and into their conditions, in order to make the proper selection. He came, in the cour?e of his examination, to a small boy, about trn years old, a bright looking lad. Well,' said he, what is your name V John Hancock, sir replied the boy, with promptness. What!' said the Speaker. you did not sign the Declaration of Independence, Hi jou 1' , . . . No sir.' replied the lad, stretching him- selfto his utmost proportions, '.but I would if I hnd been there." Vou ean be one of the messengers,' said the Speaker. Erie G.iiviie. The above anecdote is almost word for word as we heard it from Speaker fatter ton, during the session of Leg...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 September 1850

II W I S B B E G : : GIlMMiJi Torrniir-i S 0. fflCKQg, Editor. 0. U.W0RDEN, Printer. rk. faiibnrr Chronicle i iil erj WedoelT morning t Lewisburg, Union county, Pennrlni. Ti. $1.M per jwir, for c-h actually in Si 1.75. oiiil within three month; if paiJ within the yew ; $i,50 if not piJ before the yejr eipirei ; single nuraliers,5 cents. 8ub criptiont lor six month or leu to be piiJ in ..i ....... - Ttiicontinuancei optional with the Publisher except when the year i paid up. MvertiaemeoL handsomely inaened t50ctf week, f 1 for a month, and $5 fur . . . .lurml nriee for longer advertisements. Two .qoarea, 7 ; Mercantile .Jvertisemeot. not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $10. Casual adertiemenU and Job work to be paid for when hanJed in or delivered. All eommunicationa by mail .nut come post paid accompanied b the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating exclusively to rhe Editorial Department to be directed to H. C. Hicicok, Esq-, Editor and all on busi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 September 1850

LEWISBURG CIIKOX1CL.K AND WEST BRANCH FARMER From the Pottaville Emporium. Awfafly Destructive Flooi IMMENSE IX3S OF UFE AND PROPKRTY1! 8chuvlkiU. county ha. f'fl and .pi. byF.r. Md Hoo.J Ter Wore during th. course of our h e have we wiinessea -- - - palling. fc"u,,y dtruct.ve of life nd prro.-.b'Pntedbyiharernen- L Flood which visited us on Monde) 1 st. Indeed, we hardly know where to commence a description of ii. It commenced raining on Sunday morn- .1 ...knllt ihf I - nnn an UIlPTlT all- ing, Se..t. 1, continuing .ur..uK.. da in moderation, uui i... j.,-;..,. thp ninni , i - i itji r i n n t 1IIC uii, lie rain fell in torrents wimoui iiiienm. si'on or abatement. By ibis ,in,e sa fe o'clock on Monday morning, U.ll and its numerous tributaries were over running their banks, inundating all the low lands along them respectively. At Middleport the water did much dam r,oo in the destruction and injury of dams, buildings and other property. The store cr Dr. Sicinberger was fillt-d nearl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 September 1850

ij'EWISBUUC CUKOXlCbK AX!) WEST BRANCH FARMER Samuel anderson. raihlokable Tailor, In ibe Brick building, lower Market street, one, door above J. Nesbit's nets Brick House. CUTTING and MAKING dune to order. , Lewisburg, Mt; 59, 1 S50. WELCH'S NATIONAL CIRCUS ! tUorgunized. and being a combination of two Companies. Equestrian and Dramatic ! fTtHIS. Novel cotuLin.lion and Double Troupe I will perform at LewLhurg ; on Wednesday, the 2d of October, for one day only, afternoon and evening. Afternoon performance commen ring at 2j o'clock, in the evening at 7 o'clock. Dims open half an hour previous. Admission 3 rent lo each Entertainment. In Ibe Equestrian department, one of the lea ding, and Irom their novelty, the most striking lextarr. are the wnnde.ful xpliH's of the wild 'dcr. E 4 TON STONE. Thia extraordinary! equestrian, of whose skill and daring, volume have been written wheiever he has performed ap pears in Iwo distinct acts of horsemanship in nei ther of which does he ue saddle ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 September 1850

tiJit cmi ijuro Ggttln Issi-aED. The Troy Pu re late a good one" ol Jaeol Barker, the Quaker, wbo bearing of the lc of one of bo wetae! which he had omitted to get in tured, tote to a broker to whom he had poken oh the subject s follows : Hear Friend If thee has not filled op that policy which 1 bespoke on Saturday, thee need not, as 1 Mve heard from the vessel.' The broker, in fact, had not filled up the mlicy, but presuming troin the tenor ol lacob's Djte that his vessel was s;i!e, an I tempted Sy w hal'secrwd a dunce to clutch his percentage without risk, ho filled it up forthwith and sent it to Jacob with the asuraric that ;t had been made all ready tor him on Saturday. On Monday morn ing the first thing that mi t his eye on ope ning his newspaper was t lie loss of Jacob's vessel, which he had wickedly insured on S today. Then also he discovered the cun Tnnj; ambiguity of Jacob's note " he had beard from the vessel !" A Good Si'eci'Lation- -V youth from away down e.n," just land...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 September 1850

LEWISBURG. CHRONICLE. Voters 711, CTsmier 25. TTLalTKumber--337. H. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDfcN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., SEPT. 18, 1850. The Iewlsbnrg Chronicle U isued trerj Wednesday morning at LewUburg, Union county, PennTl"i. Tcbms. $1.50 per year, for cash actually in advance; $179, paiJ within three months; $3 if naid within the year ; 92,50 if not paid before the year expire 5 single numbers, 5 cents. Sub scriptions for six months or less to be psid in advance. Discontinuances optional with the Publisher except when the year is paid op. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 60 ct per square one week. 1 for a month, and $5 for a year ; a reduced price for longer advertisements. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisements not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $10. Caxual advertisements and Job work to be paid for when banjed in or delivered. All communications bv mail .nu-t come post paid, sccompanicil bv the address of the writer, to receive attentio...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 September 1850

LEWISBURG CIIRUXICL.K AND WEST B1IANCII FAKMKK i '1? r 'f 1 t 3 V t 1 ,.-V4 . jit' . : t n v-i 1 The Flood at Reading. Bridge Destroyed : Besides the county BriJgea acrot the Schuylkill at this ct'y, the Hamburg nnd Poplar Neck Bridges, also belonging lo the county, were swept away, leaving not a single county bridge over the Schujlki.l. Molirsviile.Althouse's and Lcilt's bridges, belonging to Compa- Dies, in ail of which the county held con id? rable stock, were also destroyed ; lo (ether with Kissinger's bridge, us hbove men'ioned. Number of Buildings Destroyed : Ii the list which we have given, of buildings carried away, be complete, the amount ol thinago sustained in this manner, will sum up as follows: brick buildings destrojed 5; frame d tilings, 21 ; frame stables, workshops, offices, &., 03 ; innking n to tal of 109 buildings destroyed! It is impossible to arrive at anything ap proaehing an estimate of the amount of loss wntaioed by the frcshtt. Hut we think that the agg...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 September 1850

v v t ' UK fir B WST Eis? A L-5s r. . . : ' .'.. ;(( i :: '' .i Acri rd;n; to the census w hich has just heeu token. Mldilletown hiiJ Portsiiioulh conl-tin a population of I6'27, of which mitr.ber IGti arc cowed. Middlctowu, KmliOriUm. ' ' ' ,u "??:. V? '.V.1 n - ul'irr Jenny Und. "Dionity of the I re euoorin. "-, fW.ifa circus cl.iv.li and cfiiobacli." . . , -i c not Koorbtick "the Astrologer.'' The Jackson Di-nmcrnl, heretofore pub--fcsVd in Bedford, will hereafter be issued; ul MiCnnnolsbuig, the seat of Justice of he new county t Fulton, and its title ch ifi"i d lo th.it ol Tim Fulton Democrat. The people of Virulnirt have nt length re.iU.-d the fuel that that State is falling behind her siter States in the race of pro gress, and in view of the approaching cun M tnion to reform the Slate Constitution a.-e already discussing v.trious measures clculntcd to retrieve in wiiiieimastire uhat ihev have lost, at d restore the Old D.imin in to something like her former position in the si...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 September 1850

"Sally, you smiote ignorant of geog raphy. I will examine you i" gr-n".-rapiij, ,n-rria'-o is civil Take the sentence, in-rrias contract.' marriage -Marriage L. a noun, because a - Mme. And though Shakespeare ...k. what'., name, and says that a rose by any other name would smell n sweet, ytl marriage being a n,un . -J" J aame. shows, that the rule etabl.shed by ,he bard of Avon, has ut l-CDe excep tion. For marriage is ec.ta.oly ol very crcal importance, and being a noU therefore a name, ergo, there is something in a name." r Good! well, what is the case of mar- nage? Dbn't know, sir. Decline it, and see.'' Don feel at liberty to-decline mar ringe after having made Bill the promise 1 have. Had rather conjugate." Weustad that Prof. Crimw is wriiiti- anoth. r book, in hich he sup ports the hypothesis that man, througti the operation of very .imple noJ unalterable laws, has gradually been dcvel,ea irom a very low oi.imalor vogctaLle organaalion an ovster or parsnip, for in.tat.ce. A, G...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 September 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. & C. HICKOK, Editor. a N. WOMEN, Printer. The liewlsburs? Clironlrle i issued every Wednesday morning m Lewisburg, Lmon count. Pennylni. TEji S1,S0 per ?Mr. for ca-h actually in J,nce;'U5, pahl within three months ; 2 II paid within the year; $5,50 if not paid before the year ex pires ; single uumU-rs, 5 cents. Sub ecriniions .t month or less to be paid in alvance. Discontinuances optional with the Hul.lisher except when the year U paid" up. Vlverlise.nent handsomely inserled at 90 cts per ,-quare one work. l f " ""," "nd 8,0 f"r a rear a reduced price forlonBr advertisements. Two ,'.!.,. 7 ; Mercantile advertisement, riot eireeJin- one-fourth of a column, quarterly, ft 0. Cj.iiat advertisement an I Job work to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. All communications hy mail nu't come post paid accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating exclusively to ft.-. id (rested to the Pullhhtr. Otfce. Market St. between Second an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 September 1850

1'ro.n lhe "GooJ Samaritan." Tho.Riuicoa is Cussed !" A Meeting of citizens of Union county tn fivor of invoking the power of 'he I-eg-::-t:ate to ab..i:h tho twfli.j in intoxicating ' drnks, was held in New Bcr.in, on Tues day the 17th ol Sept., 1850. JAMES JIOOKE, Sen., was appointed President ; Jons Atp and Miciiaei, Bhown, Vie Presidents, and St ml Gttlilcs, Secretary. The object of the meeting being to hear l':e report of the Committee appointed to interrogate the candidate for the Legisla ture of the different parties on the subject of abolishing the traffic in liquors, said Committee reported that in pursuance of their appointment they had addressed a let- ter dated Aug. 31, I&50 to both the Whig M- Baum, Secretaries, and Democratic candidates of this county, J On motion, the following committee was requesting their answer to the question ! appointed to draft resolutions expressive ol stated in Thc4 following letter by Monday j the gence of this meeting, viz: John V the 1...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 September 1850

4UL "KKWlSBUilU'CSJIlOMCLB AND WEST liliAXCII tfASJMKJl The Canals. We are informed by the Superintendents of Ihn Lehiph Can,!. that .hey aiH haw .t mnaviPb!e order by the 1st of Ociuter. A an. nombrrof hn.nre"t.T ' . - .i.--,.,iniJ.. and it will be finished in lime to bave two monihs navigable this se.i':n. . Tiio Delaware cana! is not so seriously injured, ll can be done in less than two , -K if the Supervisor docs his duty ut:n ..'rgvs. W e are informrd that the Norlh Branch Cinl wiil be i" natipable luiiHilinti again ; iWh! it should be now, and would ,n u!l prol'iab.lity, were it no! for the Oeie r.i e Iv eCtiou-i. 15 sses. bauds, mid all must quit th. ir work, and repair to the polls f-r !i,e pur')" ot aeoMVplishing tbfr scllish mu rest. Hut ilic iriitier U.oksrtlr i .,t now nnd ibt-rn s some probability oi :. !.,...,... ..nul nfli.-ers losing thai dri r." t. at they In. v.- beH l.rm so long. : C,iji work as voti should, and let u. : -.- ihr? North l!rin,:h in full operation: ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 September 1850

latiWISUUllG- CllllOXICLiti AM) WEST BRANCH FAUAIEK ' UJit ani l)umorL TkjixesslI! Askcdotk At a sale the other day in the good old Democratic county of Caswell, the auctioneer com menced by saying Let's see what you will givs for this property these Whig rime.-.?"' The corn sold for $4,60 per bbl.; the Cotton 10 cents per bl. " Pretty good prices under a Tory administration," some body remarked. ' I like Gen. Taylor well enough," replied an old lady, "fieri he had no butiness making coffee to high ."' I t-ndcavored to explain ihttt the high price of her favorite beverage was owini to an earthquake, which shook the berries from the trees belore they were rix. No" said the old ludy, " th:rt'j the way with you Whigs everything you do that's mean you i.iy it to the Lord !"' Vbhv Funky. The editor i.f the Co lumbus (Ga.) Times, uhnm e take to be of the male gender, appears to be in a very lamentable state of excitement about the admission of the State of California into the Union. In an...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 October 1850

LEWIS H C. HICXeX, Editor, a N. WORDSN, Printer. The EwUbr Chronicle - oJ rry Wedn-ujy morning at Lewrsburg, Lnioa county, Pstinsjlvaiiia. Tin. 11.50 rr year, for ch actually in ,dTM; $1,75. paid within three month ; 2 if iJ within the year ; $1.50 if not paid Wore the year expire ; single1 number, 5 cent. Hub-M-rition for sit months or less to be fmii in advance. Disconiinusnrrs optional with the I'ublirher ricept when the year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 ets per wjuare one week, $1 fori month and $5 for a year ; a reduced price for longer advertisements. Too squares, !7; Mercantile advertisements not vicerdinx one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $ 10. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid ir when handed in or delivered. A II communications by mail must come post I'ti J, accompanied by the ajdress of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating exclusively to the Editorial Department, to lie directed to H. C. H i kok. Esq., Editor and all on busi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 October 1850

11 1MIU H. C. HICKOK, Editor. O. If . WORPEN, FoblUhef . At flJKi sash In ndTanoe. fl.TS in these month, t- l'd within the year, and fV-W ' the end ot th- year. A-nt In Philadelphia--V B rainier and E W Carr. I.ctrisbttrfj, la. Wednesday Morning, October 2 fiDVERTI2E ! Executors, Administrator. Pnl.lie OmixTR.eity tni t ounlrr M-reiiants. Manufacturers, chamc, ltio-ineas Men a.l lio wi.b to -rrnre r ti dispoe of anytlsinir would d. well to zixr notice of the name through the 'Lrviilittrq 7fr.mWc." This paper hats a ffoo4 and increafin?: p:r-iilatien 'ri a community cntni nrne M larirs a proportion of actite. solvent pp-ducers, eontuiucrs. and dealer, us any other in the State. IXltt THE AMKMiMKNT TO THE OONSTITVTloX. I'cumcrulic Male tioiuinalwni : fltmUCkMiuiuUmri VI MJMOIl!SO:.ofM..nt;.-oiii ryCo. Awhtm Ctnm-I 1T1II:A1M HA.KS, of Mifflin Co. .Wfor Gcnertd J. I'OKTKI: BKA W l.KY,of Crawford Co. tVflr,' SI, ilr Xuminatiimi .- fttiaIfommtiMliHrrJtVl' lllAtlAN.c.f Pucks Co. Awhtor Gmm...

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