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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1850

I.CWISBUUCJ ClU'CUMCm -AND WEST UltAXC'll I'A!2MEU -aT"" V -V Valuable Real Estate FOR RENT. WILL be rdTHJlTLlC OUTCRY on the premises, on Vr.nxs,Av, the 25'h d" of Di:CKMBm next, al 10 otlock, A. M., the following valuable real es'ae, lata the estate of Samuel Wolf, dee'd, situate in the Borough of Lewisburg, county f Union, to wit : 1st. The MANSION HOUSE now in the possession of the Widow ol said der'ii, situn'eon Water street, which is a large and commodious dwelling. 2d. A lare Hrick DW ELLING House and STOIIE Room, nnd other neressnry budding, on the corner "f M trket nnd Wa ter strrets, well calculated for tlie Mercan tile business, and hit been UM.'d for that purpose for a n-imber of vcirs. 3 I. A large Bri- k W.APJMIOUSE on the bunk of the U.vir, with a verv lirue nnd convenient WHARF also MUAh. ViTfR.?l()IJSK al the lower rnd ol said Wharf. Slid U'harf w the only one in I.ibur2 that ran be used in low water. The Terms will be made-known on day of rfcsi'.ing. CATHARINE WOl....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1850

U)it anil junior. Jenny Llnd Leading the Fashion. The most laughable incident connected h the Queen of Song that. have yet heard, is s.d to have taken place at the lrvins House on the first day of her arr.v .1 in the city of Gh.m.3Ai the gong nng for dinnier. there - as a perfect stam pede among the ffR.t.le boarders cf the house to obtain the earliest pntaibta scruti ny of tho various articles, ribbon-, combs, or hair-Pin., with which ir.eSwedh night incale might be pleased to adorn l.erselion . her first appearance, bcloie ti.e j oung Ibu j i.imm,r females of America. Judge M ,.v .nJ mnrtihcattOO Ol then, 01 mesur, ..... . t.,.l ruts. when the unaffected .,.,i,eSs'ii.ie,d the room dressed in the simple manner pob'e.-n' nothing to pre .. fln.i.... locks from falling on her grace. fully sloping shuul.lers. but .a few plain ,..;,....: As the t ulr-red the room and . . iku li.lilr. there was an al- IW WTSiai. . t .,r.nimou8 i xcl tination o! " hat . .. on-,.Snthe back of the head! Oh,...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1850

j -i, B Rli E C. HICII02, Editor. 0. N. WOlDETJ, Prlater. LEWISBURGy UNION; CO., PA., NOV. 13, 1850. Volsne VII, Stonier SI Whole Kaniter 343. T!i fevrlburg Chronicle i iued eery weone uiy in'iooig m ucwwuij, uiuii county. Pennsylvania. Tb. f I S'J r year, fur cash actually in eSvsnre; $1.75, paid ni'hin thr. e months; !j!2 if paid within the year ; J 5tJ ii pud before the enr eg lire ; uncle iunitei, 6 Sub scription lor si iiamtha -r l.-s to be paid in advance. V.scoiiliiniaeees nptiand uiiti llie I'uMi-her except when the jiar i paid up. Advert isrmci.t.. ruteUomcly incited at 5'l eta SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE. Haw the National Observatory IS SCBSEHVINH THR 1XTKRKSTS OP THE FAHMER AS WELL AS OF TUK MARISCB. r Mas. ji-Likr u i. civriui. 4V0 V out ici'.o tin: au'u r.n woods. An J r.i rli the liMvt gro sere ; . oul into i!ie .iuIutiui nnoda, K'nr their ileray is mat ; Till" liMUS ciren fcil maliiW ihem, tshritik- ito n ilio noith wind' breath Then out iaio the autumn wuuds, And we'll b...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1850

I.EWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER H LI II. C. HICKOK, Editor. O. N. WOBDEN, Fnblisher. at 1 JO rash in advance. ft.75 in three -months, $2 PW within the year, ami U at 3ear IgmU in l-hilJr)'l" V " lll'r E T; . Lewisburff, Ia. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 13 A DVERTIZE ! -K.xrrtit..rK, AIminiitnitoiv. PuMif Mttwre.Citvantir'HiUirv M-r-lit. Manufartunrn. diMw f anvthinwouM Jo -a 11 to pive ini of thr um ihroufrh the Isncittsttrsj WroHiHr.'' Tl.i? iier line cntd bihI iDcrpinc eimilatmn in a rotnmuitiiy nntiu ninj5 a Urjre a proportion of art-ivc. w.T.-iit pn."lureri, w-iiiurav-T-. and ilralcr-. a any tlur in the i-Mat-tV l)anksgiinn3 in iJcnnonltmnia. hxtMlTitu. rs. Tn II" n-tsif ' . tlli"rilf -S tswonor of mti't OHMmi.rttrnilth- A PROCLAHATICN. Anotlicr rs-vaiuu-Mi sf Ibe et-aj-ons has l.-ti alrnsst -fleird. Peace with nil Tinr-tni- him i"- TihBH to w country by the M I'KKM K IsrKNSEKof national Mess-lttj.-. A lcn li'trt I'l'oX ll'KM'K has cniitinln-d MIS friinrdisn care over the...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1850

Foreign News. The new Cunard steamer Jlfrica ar rived at New York on Friday last after a stormy passage of th:r!e.n days. She brought Liverpool dares to OcX. 2h. The political news is of considerable impor tance. Fkance. There is a strong probability lhat the Presidential term of Loui Napo leon will be extended four years longer, by a rote of the Assembly, at its coming session. Since the late law has gone into t.rea reouirii)2 newspaper writers and editors to sign their names to their article the papers have become tame, and the circulation has fallen off immensely. Esci.d. There fcave been a great many conver's of la'e Irom the Church many conver's of late Irom the Church o England to Korrmnsirn ; ana in iew 01 -t . r. . 1 C, Jnirp tfk FPCOn that fact, nnJ from a desire to " re-con vert the English nation," tho I'ope, ty i Lull dated Sept. 29ib. has created an Arch bishonric stvled the Archbishop of West ;.,tr u.hn. ith 14 fuff.asnn Bish- Unisys f " oi9, will divide the entire kin...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 November 1850

tiJit cmi )mnor. In the wrong Pocket ! A can lid ne for Governor in O.'.in, du ring speech "I rin P,ace on ,he ll" serve, prooee led to descant oa ,he P,l,ra a-suce of tl.e ne. the - f v-'"1'1 a"h eo.fine clo.hes.a.id .he hke-declnrin him-ni-lf 10 be one , f tl.e p'ain yeomanry that he never inliU'd i anything of that sort a,io!JM!vPr"b-i!i'icy"!hit he ever carried, was plenty oo J eiiotijih lor hin. end to illm'tate lh-. f ict, the Judgf put his hand into his pocket, and drew forth, not silver '-buU'i etV hut a magnificent gull rtprtltf. Til", tdnute "f the cr wd can be better inioined than d!erihid. while the w.-u'd-be Governor m i le a pre cijiiate retr'n'. The f.ict is the silver wa'ch s crii-d f.-r t'ectioneerin;! pu: rr.ii c, nl d in il.c exciteirrnl f sjm-h nt. Vinjt, w hen he rnt n daw it forth he put Iv hand in the wrong j.ockft. 1'if.sUirg C I rr-cicle. LrAitsrD Blcsdch. When Dr. Ad am Littleton roniri!in hi Linn dic tionary, asited by ta arnnn'tensi--, hedie tti'ed he w"r...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1850

UL h BURG RON LEWIS H C. HICKOS, Editor. 0. K. WORDEN, Printer. T!iP I-cwNisirs Chronicle- issued r,.ry Wedne-div m ining at L.cwi.-1'urg, Lnton roon'lv. Pennevlvania. .. . Tsnsn. fl-SU i r year, for cash actually in a.lwe.ce; $1.7:.. paid ''" lhr,' ,n0,,.,b' ' 4 ifpiiJ within the vrar ; 2.5 if r'" '' the er tapires ; ir.fe numtiers. 5 c ut. feuU .;,',.;..,w i,,r i month r less to be paid in .1 li .iPtiiiuanrrs nrl'mml wiih the fuMi-hrr oxcart when the V ar "P- Auvrni-mei.N ha"J.m-ly oiseited c- per f-. Hr.re one k. l 'th r?d 5 f,,r Vear ; a .eJur.-.l price for lnn2er'i.dverti,ment. .....,r.. 7 MiTMiiiil adverti.-icment mil rie.T.Jin onr-f.-urth of column, qu.rt.rlv, 1 ;-ual advertisements and Jab work to be paid fir when haminl in or .Mivircd. AH commnniratinnaby n-tl most come post paid, accompanied ly the address of the writer, to receive audition. Those relatin" exchi'dvety to the- E.lilorial lJcparimcnt. to he directed to H. C. ITirKnR K , KJitur ai-d all on liUMness to be a li...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1850

l.EWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer. From ths American Afiiculrarist. of Decay In Timber Season Oai for Felling. Considering the Magnitude of the inier wta involved In fhe preservation oTiimbcr, it U surely dirace to us of the present day, that doubts should be as strong as er ef concerning the true causes of its decay. la an absence of certainty as to these, for many years, attention has been turned way from the essential part of the inquiry, and directed merely to secondary points. The problem to be solved is, trior causes (ht Jceajr f limber ? la the first place, it is presumed that no one will dispute the fact that ancient timber lasted logger than modern. That being granted, we have only to ascertain what can have caused the difference. Our Anglo Satdn forefathers knew nothing of bichlo ride or tftercury, sulphate and pyrolignite of iron, chloride of cine, nor creosote. There were no Kyans nor Burnetts, no Paynes bor BoUcheries, in their days ; yet, they perf...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1850

IEWISHUHG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER A Sad Disaster. Fire Citizens ( Snnbunj, drowned .' Cap!. HcrroJ, of (he .ream low boat Juii ata, informs u that he left Havre Grace about 7 o'clock, on Monday night, with 21 boat in low, all bound for Balti more. About daylight, when off North I'oint.ihe heavy (.'a.e.which had been blow ing nearly nil night, increased in violence, and in spite of tvrry effort, 9 of ihe boats which haJ bt eu in low, broke loose and diifted towards the White Rocks. The names of G of the boats and their curtains, are a follows : the JohnThom Capt. Doyle, londed with lumber; "J. T. Miller," Cant, llowser, loaded with lumber; "Sarah," Capt. Thompson ; "O oenn," Cdpt. Deal ; "UeubenK. Feely," Capt. Clark ; thc"!'!! Capt. Kocke fcllow the lai-l 3 loaded with coal. (The last four bout were from Sunbury.) The latter boat, (lie Farmer, was brought up to the cily yesterday uffcrnoon by the same tow boat, which returned to tho place ol (he disaer for that purpose. We ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1850

LEWISBURC CIIRONICI.K AND WEST BEIAXCIl FARMER iiJit nub utnot Life in California, or tic I'scd-tip .Miner. 4 Oulc Son?, wrilten I t Jr. D. . noussox, arta Ping by Lima. T wiih pixM a; lanec at tbr I'r.imiitlr. !rm ga, fan i'ralKinn. Ai: -fard Mm." O, I ha'n't j. it ro line-, n..r notbtii' 'I'. I :-liFforl,ite. tu.-tof-fw ni v1i.-t-tI (If8: I lani- '"".il f.-erfia Wi'h a In-art both ftont eud tr-ld. An.l ht:v- Svn up to III- " tlirrr to pet oMe lur-ir.iF rf i-fM! pit T'-i- a u-til-nr- man e. j-Tf.r4. t man : Aud it ever 1 g-ta Ii-iui.' -uiu, 1 "il t .ay llicre if X am. J l.:Tt 1 -wtiydown in Jlnin-' wli-n I ri-u-J alr.ut t!iliir!ni', t-o i i 'i -I" 1 ruy -d:.iii" ul-i.-id aliarlLrtiuiuiiiuu-d by Jo I eold n.y hit lr farm. a1 fr..ia f nr.! ciilr-i Tflrt.-.1. An ! off f- r alifnrote .wi--d. and lfi ui broit-n-ui-aru d. Hut LdeY'a usou-up m.;n, Ae. I p i to ati Freti-iier. I rj pu1. lit-nT--- rio-iey. Mii lit- way the et i.ti l'ayrd, I t!i.iulil IL.' tranic .Uttr tuittiv ; Pi I look my...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1850

IUI BURG i. j CLE ,1 1 r! H. C. HICKOK. Editor. ) 0. H. WORDEW, Printer. $ LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., NOV. 27, 1850. Volume VII, BTnmber 35. Whole Number 347. LEW The l,ewlsburRCIironlclciiueJ every Wedne-diy morning t Lewisburg, Lnion sjuiiIv, Pennsvlvania. TVujih. f t.50 per year, for cash sctually in ajvanrit; $1,75, iaiJ within three months ; $2 if DiiJ within the year : $1,50 if not paid l-elore the year eipires ; single numbers, 5 cents. Suh-f-Hnticns for ail months or less tn be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with, the fuMirlier except when the year is paid up. Advertisements humlsoniely insetted ml SO ei pec square one week, $1 for month and !f'5 for year; a reduced price for longer advertisement. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisement not exceeding one-fourth ofa column, quarterly, $10. I'atual advertisements and Job work to be paid r when handed in or li livered. All communications by mail must come post I ai.l, accompanied by the address of the writer, to r...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1850

KEWISBURQ CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER Pfl mmm J. JK CUil-UCwB m Winter Evenings at Home . Winter evenings, generally, are to tha farmer, teason j of leisure portions of :!me in which he may rest from the more aclive duties of his calling, lie has now nbunj. frnt opportunity to review the labors of the season (hat is past, and to note I he success or the failure (hat has attended his various operations, and to trace out the causes of that success or failure. He also has leisure to mature his plans for the future, and to fctore his mind with that knowledge which will fit him for tho better performance of his duties. The right improvement of w in ter evenings at home may contribute much to his- future success, and to correct man agement of his farm. No business with which wc arc acquain ted requires a more extensive and accurate knowledge for its successful jierformanee, than that of the farmer. And in this busi ness important improvements are annually made, and many facts promulg...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1850

JUL I.EWISBUUG CI1UONICL.U f AND WEST., BRANCH FARMER i a a The S,Liulk;Ljr-jcH J . records the murder, in that Dlace, on Thursday last, of Mrs Margaret Titer. She hud re quested sonic pcighhors to call, for her on their way to 'e s'ore j and when they did so, sliey found hor lying in bed, brutally murdered. Dinner, ready cooked, was up on the stove, and the floor covered with Mood. A large pocket koifo,witIi or.e blade open lay uo the stand, smeared with blood. Suspicion rests xrpon her husband Martin i'lferan intcoiftprnte man. She left two small children. 0CT"The European News," is the title ofa weekly literary and news paper, neu tral in politics and religion, recently start ed at No. 7J, Dock street, Philadelphia.by James Montgomery &. Co , nt S3 per an num in advance, lis di.siinguh.hing feature is its comprehensive details of foreign news, which we presume would give it great inte rest and value to adopted citizens, and se cure a large patronage. Cfyankegioing in pcrmsnpa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 November 1850

tiJit curt ijumor. A Fable. Old Hodge one niRht at Cr!o bar Had got, in classic parlance,""."'. When u he homeward inaJe his " He heard the "Voices of ihe Night- Aa with a quite, nneerlain alep, l"nto a mill-frond's brink be came. Where old King Bull-Frog !lefl hw roarl",. He thooghl he heard one call bia name Old Hwrge ! old Hodge !" he (topped and gaxed, Till goblins termed to fill the dark. And Hodge, though brave, was rather scared ; - What a Uial!"he aaid."that's lhatt tr hark !" Old Hodge got drunk ! Old Hodge gol drunk ! Drunk, druufc, drunk !" "You lie. by gosh!- said H"Is. "oa !" A deep voice answered. "Nsvrriiiore And Hodge thought Nick himeelf nest, Amone the liu.he on the abore ; So thinking it wa. best to run. He started like a rail road car. But bnrrid shane. now throng bia path, A lid voice ahouled near and fir "(II. I Hodge got drunk! Old Hodge t l drunk ! Ilrunk, d unk, druuk '." Our hero reached home half dead w ith fright, And ne'er since has he got '-tight !" Var...

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 December 1850

UL v j Volnme TH, Wtunter 36, ( Whole number 348. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., DEC. 4, 1850. & 0. fflCKOK, Editor. 0. N. WOE-DEW, Printer. LEWIS BURG GifiONICM. The Lewlabarg-ChroaiclCM iuJ ,,j Wadaexlay morning at Lcwiaburg, t'qioo taunty, Pennsylvania. Tiasis. 1 1.50 per year, far cash actually in advaocs; $1.75, paid within ihrea months; $2 U paxl within the year ; $2.50 if not paid before ihe .ear eipiree ; single uuoibers, 5 cent. Sub ecriptions for six months or less to be aid in a J vane. Diecontiooancee optional with the Publisher except when the year ia taid up. Advcrtisroienla handsomely inserted at 50 eta per aquare one wrrk. $1 for a month and $5 for year; a reduced price for longer advertisements. Tao sqasres, $7; Mercantile advertisements not neeeding one-fuartb of a column, quarterly, $10. t.'asttal advertisement and Job work to be paid tt when handed in or drlitered. All communications by mail must come post paid, accompanied by the address of the writer, to receiv...

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 December 1850

UBWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer. Economy and Preservation of Farm yard Manure. Ala late mating uf lh" '','l',r", Agricultural Society ol Scotland, Dr. An derson delivered an important lecture cu Ihe '"Economy of M inures," from which We make the following extract : 1 beg it to be understood an my decided opinion, thai farmyard immure must al ways be the fanner's main slay. Good farmyard manure will contain more or less r.f all the constituents of cir crop--, but. in estimating its value, we must he contented to take into consideration only its more imporliuit constituents, un.l, in this way, I conceive we may obtain a sufficiently n.ar estimate, by knowing the ninouut of nitro gen and phosphoric acid which it contains. In the management of farmyard manure, Iwo different questions require to be con sidered. Firsl.lhc production of a manure containing the greatest possible amount of nitrogen ; and, secondly, the successful conversion of that nitrogen in'o ammonia...

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 December 1850

Ul ill.KWISBURG GiEROXlGI.E AND WEST BRANCH FAKMEK ANOTHER MCIEXTiEir WOXDER! Tf.rt .thetmr Distir Fluid nr Gait, tc Juice! great Dysj-eps" rurer. prrpared from Kennel or the fourth slumscli of llie Ox, alter diieriions of Haron LieViasl'" ' Physiological chemist, I by j's Hms"1. U, No 11 North Eighth St. ' I'bita ltlp'j". ;'J'hi is truly wot.ilerful remedy i.iv .ii.li"r.tioii. disiicu?ia. i..tindice. coiit-litiation. 1 hver complaint and dchility, curing after Nature's own method, liy Xalure's own gml. the (iastric Juice. See Advertisement in afiulbcr column. IWIMMIT l"VT ,n Ihose having impurities of the lllood. BKAXT'S HUIFVIXO E.Y TKAOr, the most wonderful 1'urificr in the nofld.ii now put up in Q( t UoTfLF-s. See advertisements heiideil "Oi DOSES." It is o srton; and purifying, that one (mule lasts from trn to sixteen days longer than Sarsajiarilla. Mr Thornton, agent, Lcwuburg. 3n.3::i GREAT COUGH RKMEUY! ,9 JAM CHERRY PECTORAL: Far the Carr of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSEWESS, BROIJ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 December 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER iDit ant. fjnmor. "Uavcls) Hd,M paraphrased. - a j k. luxnl htes of taacawxactrr mbm aaasea,..- narrated Ba wnM webm " ttJetjtaia: 1 em karw a darkey, end rie -" That bo hah- on the lop of hia bead, jb, place warn the wool ought Ui grow. Caws lay eowa the bowl and the boa, Hang up tbe riddle and the bow, For then 'a no more work for poor oil sea, Bet gone where the good dafkies go. vfj, laian were ton;, like the cane is the brake, Aa4be ha no eyea Inr to eee ; W, had bo teeth fcr to eat de boe-cake, BhabadtoletdeboeakeU. 41 Lay down, . Owe eold frosty morning Old Ned died. Oh, the tears down Moju t hot ran like rain, fee he knew wbrn Ned waf laid in the ground e'd aebber eee hie like again, la down, Ac. twaae efaanathiainc pool baa labored to "Improve" tbe alen 07 a paraphrase, which require to be chanted, or alee sang, to a "particular If long m.-tre- uavtnf eareauy grren tat original, we now ofiVr the following PARAPHRASE. futsasilj I waa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1850

UL LEW CiRON 1. Jo & 0. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WOHDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., DEC. 11, 1850. Volnme VII, Krmter 87. Whole Number 343. . SBURG THe trwUbtireClironicle i i-ud carry Wcdnc-dj; inoru.ng at Lewisburg, L'uiod ouoty. Peiinnlvimn. Ts. $1 50 per year, for cash actually in ad'sur; $1.75. paid wiihin three months; $2 if paid within the year ; $i.50 if not paid More be jear eipirra ; single numbers, 6 cent. Sub scription far ail months or lea to I paid in advance. Discontinuances optional wiiU the sahliiirr except when the vear it paid up. Advertisements hantlsemeiy inserted al 50 cit far square our week. 51 " month ana 5 for a year; a reiiuml price for longer adverlisement. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisement rrnt ieelinir one-lourth of a column, quarterly, $ 10. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid fur when handed in or delivered. All communication by mjil mutt come post piiJ, accompanied by the address of the writer, lo receive attention. Those...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1850

The Farmer. From the Ann.il n Agricultural. The Cultivator Subsoil Plowing. Id my furner articles on improved farming implement, 1 noticed the plow, harrow, and horerake. I now shall cifTi r a Tew remarks en the cultivator, the sub soil plow, and their uses. '1 he cultivator is an implement, which wiitun the last few years, hes come into general use among I hone farmers who go in for improveir.cbl. li is used in the cul tivation of corn, potatoes, and other crops planted iu rows, or dril's. and lireJs no particular description. 'J'hc treth are uu- ally from live to ye veil in number, and arc made in such form as to cut and stir the ground even and alike. The frame is ; sorretirr.es made to expand and contrucl to suit the wid;h of the rows. The subsoil ulow cf tecent invtntir.n. end i's particular u-e is yet but little uti- ccrstot.d by the great mass of farmers, h is simply a p'ow without a moldhoard, up right in fotm, wiih a narrow point for n share, end a sole to run upon. Its e i...

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