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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1850

1 i a k vvisb uitci cjuioui5L'ii'''Aov est "bu an cir fa k m k i t !. 4 J i p t. . Moatouf iJ.wniy is no- in f'uli Mast fr ' all praciijffl jjurpnscs. Tti.;rr.,iliot;vry, and the RUterand Recorder o;e:ied llifir iW-W'a.' Monday. . The band of the Kiiiiriiits token, recorded and forivnrdeJ !iIItriial urt'i unJ lis Commission is now r .xjiecitii cn-ry day. The Commissioners' Loard hit liccn ornuiiwd for mmc lime j ist. 'i i.e uew Trejuirer will enter upon Au:'.i!s of office on the first of next Jshuarf m lliut the whole machinery ol the tew Curniy is new in full operation. The public i-CLf'S are re-fined and ncatl tnj rotr.furtab'y furnished. -Going. 'up :niri in lii-! Court House reir.iiwli ( lie o! t c good o'li lirr.es c 1 "auM lang syne." (I)unvi'! Dimwrn'. Cijt. Ivitiiuml Ij. Dmn, of U'ilkes-Oiir-rr is nnncuiiCKi as a c.-smiiJnte for Cnn !"r vacancy ia the Luzerne Dis-l.-'C. J r.iiv Ln 1 i in 'J.iUirn .re. Currcctc l this Lay. V!:-:ii 85u9( 5(1 ( . .-a 40 iil 3" I . I 100 iirit-J...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1850

IawOo7aamT.sVok. .Tie SMght Htttake. sr inn siwee, - J a alj salleran Philip I - na kr a fanner ia MVne; Bnt hesever ws fm7 Ja"" We Frvss a drar, or a fork from a chain. 4 ad Bat aaHrnnora were tftn amuwd At the lodierotM Uukn he amor; fc hi mrbJsoa were euen they never has esrtl, alalia were th tnuUaf his trade. tTith ally, and collar, ami chain, With aa an in bis hand and a goad. Be stumped it, oar day, to lle forests of Maine For furl, to bring up a hawl. A ma, an tlx brow af a hill, Ur MM. ami it fall the wrenur way; And rreatiy it rasaled hit wnleriaf skill To sseamge rrst of the play. far the tree lay aa htph up tit- pilrb Ttiongh be tried it ecain and apain That 4e eauM nat anile, carry hi team U a bttrk: He wanted a little snore chain. " Al lrnfth," ac hr told ns neat day, Alter auny a fruitleni n4eavor, 1 luekily happened la Uiink of a way. Which seemed at the lime la be ckrsr. I meseured my length an the Ground. With my ami I rneireled the lor. Then, bavinr the chain bath ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1850

Ul r i f: ' LEWISBUEG : C H BO N I a C. HICKOS, Editor. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. The fccwilnr Chronicle i iemcd ery Wedne-diy morning nt Lewislmrg, Union county, PrnrwyWania. Tsna. ? 1.50 per year, for cash si-tually in tjvance; $1,75, paiJ within three months ; $2 if paiJ williin the year ; !?2.50 if nut paiil More the year expire ; ainele numbers, 5 cent. uli-1 cription for six months or lesa to lie paid in advance. Diacoiitiuuancca optional wilU the rul'li-hcr except when the year in paid up. j AdvertUemet.ti handsomely inwitrd at SO eU 1 per square one week, $1 for a month and $5 for; a year; a reduced price for longer adverlifeaients. ' Two squires, $7 ; Mercantile advertisement not . xceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, !?10. j Casual advertisement and Jol. work to he paid ; fjr when handed in or di livered. AM communications by iru'il tnnl come post paid, accompanied by the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating exclusively to the Editorial Departmen...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer, OCT" We cheerfully give place to ihe following communication on a subject of practical importance to citizens of both town and country. If the excellent pre caution suggested by our correspondent were generally adopted by the owner ol horned cattle, the deplorable accidents which sometimes send such terrible distress and suffering into families, (instances, of hich are still fiesh in the recollections ol our readers, would be in a great measure averted, and the liability of the owners of cattle for damages, be avoided. And be idea, on the mere score of economy, a great saving would Le effected in lite addi tional quiet, and consequent productiveness of milk cows, when thus protected Irom fear, and the violence of vicious animals, herding with them in the same enclosure. We Lope the advice and excellent example of -"Mount P.easnnl," will be generally adopted by his brother farmers in this vicinity ; and by alt our citizens in tow...

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 December 1850

JUL lewisbubg' chronicle and west branch farmer Congress. : , Washisotos, Dec. 14. For the moment, there U a complete dearth of atirring intelligence. Congress, halls, and will halt, until the new year is installed. There if nothing in the state of our foreign relations to excite anxiety, and the question of domestic embarrassment which have heretofore so fearfully con vulsed the public mind, are gradually and satisfactorily regulating themselves, ll the professing peace-makers, who are now the ocTy real agitators, will allow the good feiling which exists auioug moderate men on all sides to be encouraged, there will be no more collisions, and sectional strife will perish for the want of fond. The Uinville 61 Pottsviile Railroad, is to be sold by the Sheriff of this county, on the 28lh inst., at the Court House in Sun bury, in accordance with an Act of the Legislature, passed lost winler. This road will doubtless fall into the hands of a new eo.npany.and will be extended lo Putjviile...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER jPit axib fffflggr Native Eloquence. A few evenings before ihe election, a well-known military politicwn, editor, and orator, rroro ihe country, went to Uwiod od madeaapcech at a meeting in tan euil Hall. Immediately therealter, the fol lowing phonographic rrporl of the speech appeared in the Chronotypc This is not Iheidenfical Faneuil Hall Sjwech,!mt tlWe who are acquainted with the miiitnry pen lleman's style of oratory will be ready to believe the representation, that this rprecU was written under the inspiration produced k.. tk- L-,;mi ,.f thni m Kiiiiuil Hall :1 V "re --"O " Thunder an guns', where are we 7 sr.. . f .1.- r fWnl.v j. ms area uoy iur un; hhh- v. - - - . and ef 1 wnnt too modest, it's a day and a half for all creation includin' the rest of mankind, and the people j-inerally ! The world, feller citizens, is a lookin at us, an on the belrogenous exertions of this here aociety hewman liberty depend, and bangs like a burdock ...

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 December 1850

UL r LEWISBUEG H. C. HICKM,J3eitor. 0. N. WORDEN.Ptteft ) ij The tewlsburg Chronicle i jf uJ every veunwiaj """""t crtinty, Pennsylvania. . TtM. f 1.60 per year, for cash actually in Sl.75. naid wilhin three months ; $2 ,f paiJ within the yemr ; $3,50 if not paid before he vear expire ; single numbers, 5 cents. Sub- riutions for sii months or less to be paid in - i Tiioenntiniiarices optional with the cut . . . i..kii.hr nrml when (lie year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inseited at 50 eta Pr square one week. I for a month and 5 for a year ; a reduced price for longor MnnuewuH. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisements not .Tceeding one-fonrth of a column, quarterly, 10. Casual advertisements ana job for when handed in or delivered. v All communications by mail must come post Mid, accompanied by the address of the writer, to recede atteulion. Those relating eiclusively to the Editorial Department, to be directed to H. C. Hickok, Ess; , EtiituraaA all on business to be addre...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1850

liEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer. ISuWc aro iuformcd that the County Farmers' Meeting called at New Berlin for Monday evening, did not come off. So wc wupjeosc "Old Union," " Buffalo Valley," Ac. &c, will not be officially represented in the Agricaltuaal State Convention. Fncm ths America Ajfrfcultarist. New Jersey Fanning:. Draining Lar.d .? Big Ditch. la our November number, o gave some ac count of ihe farming operations of Mr IWka'.ew. We have a few more notes of bis fcuccesofut improvrunrnts. ' Near his house, he has a sa w and gristmill upon one t-f those beautiful gravelly-bottomed streams which abwuud in that State. Below the miil, this stream winds its course through a timbered swamp of some hundred and fifty acre, every bend and fallen tree ob structing the course of the stream, so as considerably to injure the water powcr.be.. :ides keeping such a large tract of rich "lar.d lying wore than useless. This state of things was not to be"en dure 1 by o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1850

JL i: LEWISBURG CHUONICL.E AND WEST I5KANC13 FARMER Cuf rectal ihu uay. Wheat Rye Corn Oats Flaxseed Dried Apples Huiter ; Jv-jijs . . Tallow i Lard Park 85tr00 JA4 ... 50 ..100 ::'S W ...10 ...10 . 4 .. 5 MPORT4T to those having impurities ,rtha 11looJ.-yKA.NTS FI'KIFVIMi EX TRACT, the most wonderful Purifier in tlic world, is uw put upin Wr:T Bottle j"' s'T sdurtisernents headed ! DOfES. It it to snoni; ami purifying, that one kittle lusts from Un lo tixltin days louver than Sauapariila. Di Thornton, agent, Lcwulurg. 2ro3-3 'notheiT r.:iKXTirir wonder; Tmw.liu tnu ligr!in Fluid vr V.nsltieJuin! A great Dyspepsia rurrr. prepared from Rennet or the fjui til stomach of tlie Ov. after diiections ( Baron Lir'iig. tbe srrai I'liysi.'Jofiii jI chemist, .x J s Houston. M 1), No 1 1 rWtu Eighth si. 1'liil aJi lpbi.i. 'I'liii. is a truly wonderful remedy f .r indigestion. ly .vp--i.i . jaundice, constipation, siirr complaint ui J debility, curing after Nature's i-rn method, by Nature's own ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 December 1850

U)it anb Cjumor. Ihe Old Spirit Col. S ,of Vermont, wi n officer ... ihe war of 1812, and M S' ..ii the Canadian front.rr during that mrm . ruble struggle. He was small in stature, l..it of a heroic spirit, and, without being n blusterer, was as brave as Cresur., Moreover, according to the fashion of J !ay, he was something of a piigilUf, and -a'her a formidable antagonist fisticuffs. A better nalurcd man ncr lived, but when he was provoked ny intentional in Milt, which was ot often, the offender rarely escaped chastisement. Soon alter i he close of ihe war, the Colonel joined the Methodist church. Meeting one day Squire 11 , a fat. lubbery lawyer of prcst size, and an old enemy, the latter, ilesignin to take advantage of the Colonel's profession of religion, In gun to ridicule r.nd insult him with unmannerly jokes. At nil these the Colonel only laughed, till :hc 'Squire, angry at his equanimity, told him that he was "a coward, and his father In-fore him.'' The Colonel could stand i...

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

UL BUBG CLE Jo Volume YTX, ttmbu 491 Whole But"'tSl H. C. HICXQg, Editor. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., JANUARY J, 1851. LEW CH EON AM mutrEiiBtyr raMitv jocemii.. I,t jtJon Wtdact'duy mo'rtiingt of Lcwuburg, I'mun county, Pemmi'vanta. Trn v ft rear, for e-h suHy In adr-inee-(1 -.. ii ij'within three months: S--" -" P" within : - 'm it not paid hefore thervar expire: rents fr.r .mil. aalm Bubs.TiptKm. for six month. or ha .to , Vwi ui.uia.. Uinontinoanee. optional with the ..il.li.hT.eT.crpt when the Tear is paid up. AdTltUeuwnt. hvldK.ro.lr inserted at Bt"PJJ , ' f..urw.w;, $; yr: two wium, i 7 for a vrar. M-rranUle advert-: oa'ftmribnra column $m. ; U.lT.t. ..II ' WO , ti lor si mouth. ".W WORK and mutual adv.rti. monn to he paid for i handed in or dourer.. Commnmcuona - ins rum w wi v - TSTwrT;,. ...ThoaejanU shrill, yetall the words they Ttt' er. Halleluiah ! Halleluiah I a l.n.in.-.-M o V. . noun, irSo,. m M:irkel stre-t, between S.-enr.d Mid Third, orer i I...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FAKMEK The Farmer. tThe Farmers of Center and Clinton reunites have appointed Delegates to the State Agricultural Convention. Gbkat PROBfttioK. VVe do not re member to have tcad of greater produciion from a smnl! piece of I md.tbau the following from a field near Halifax, belonging to Col. John P.- Leebrick. The quantity in the lot was (wo and a haty acre, and the production as follows : 221 bushel cars of Corn. ' 40 " Potatoes. 400 " Turnips. 20 " Tomatoes. 35 heads Cabbage. 3 peck white Soup beans. The market value of these crops in Harrifburg would almost be enough to purchase a western farm. llarritburg Telegraph. ICWell, our venerable brother-in-law hug raised a pretty fair crop, that's a fact ! Bui the Tittgrnph does not seem to know (and some of the rest of mankind may be in the same predicament,) that this largo result i no doubt owns1 to the fnct thut Col. L. is a diligent reader of the Lewis- burg Chronicle, which devotes more apttce to ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1851

IJEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER To IIOXORABLB LEWIS CASS, Casmmm rat. TCE PEKKMMCT A rKXXAI. Ximiise ah t iHi STATESMEN, Ac. ie. GOD! beinz th fit. wMrqneollT ronmenclnjc ;ih II J pr4mitv-nt .Nam, is ' in bepinK" to cl- PAinlnr technicality, witfa werenoe due, seatiin-u tally .ud phviicftlW, U.inK tapM iu mortal, until a ra turn to' du,'fwi which the.ubluii&ry cmture ii pro-iu-xl. Horn. Sir, om" of the Ckpol Bo k roatmeuoo witfathe personal pronoun, "Paul," r. to special cofunuoiiiM &od T.mothy, bit spiritual son. Bishop of paeatis. Whoa be instructed tn it a -ult : vide 1, Kpi8tk 3. C. 2 t. hence we know our duty to oursrlrea and God! aJ lb hum&a fiunily and rihlA, 4Ui verse, to a bouse, iJtewise and vc ward, fortbe latorer is worthy of bis hire' Christ's word, which sl till jaigc ye all on' the laef day: equiraient, to ptrituai and rtJi Serrira, hi ther National, or individual : henro. anon, or Claim to Money and a V. ifc I house aud comfort of life, like K...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 January 1851

IttTThe GW Sumurltan was not only 'woke up' to the Temperance question ly our late gentle inquiry as to its wherea bouts but r:iIvanizol by some extraurm- i uarj iuspiratH-o, lus mounted a new-fmnd lirst I'arniaii huirnts at a single bounl. . . i ! T,.. i..w..i. ti.io t,i.vI,:-ii tinmor as ne r hints the V.'ur of the Titans ! As we were not jirosuiit at the trial, we can net toy how far 'poetic Ikeiiee' diverts from tLc -law an 1 the testimony,' but '.resume that. like his proton pe, the E'litor tries to , i ..c;!,., . ponr bairn into as many ound a IHiLc. , From U B r'in -OoM fsicnrHon. Erpml of the Tnil cf David Walhcr Woods. Ei-, for nn ar.-r."t on Israr '. Gcul n.Esl .,at the Dclcgato Meeting in t'ue Ccnrt-Hcoie, Ao. 3d, 1850. Iu tb- hmple of P.f.-. wli- r.' th- l.nw is d:i iif't, Ant Jnrtiv -ii L.:ije-tv 5i;?. Both Kvnt-r llni- mrv rtuT cr inccnfol, As If e !y lo so ii;l tits. ri?m. av l-? li'itolin 111.' n pul'i.t. 1. -'un, .Whish h -w. . r i- M"trlv tl.-r-it That t Walk, 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. — 8 January 1851

UL LEW 1, Jo B. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEW, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO. PA.; JANUARY 8, 1851. Volume VH, Niunber 41. Whole Mumber 353. SB Rff'-fJ w minsiiiiT '.milt jocim. Jnutd on WeJnudtiy morning! at Ieirubnrg, Union tounty, Pennsylvania. reJTJrX rw year, for rath artaaiK bm advanfa; f l.Ti. if pSKt within Ihrer moathi ; (2.110 if paid wilhio a ift; $2.'D if ant paid bt fan-the wpin; aeeatafir rinsle noiotv. SabwripU for ix mouth, or l--a, t h paid in ulnm. Wsoontianum optional with tht ruNi.licr. exn-pt when th. Trar M paid up. AdverttsemaBta handaoiarlT hiacruil at SO ernta aw iun, w-fc. $! Ibar wraka. S a rar: two aqnarra, ft f M tanotha. 7 for a yrar. Mmnt:l adTcrkao ovnta. nnt -xi-linit nt tourth of roinnin. f 10. JltB WORK ami naual adnrtiaaoi-oia to.U Mia vivaiunaV'a-inordciiTrfu). Oammonieariona oolkitcd oa tl iralijrrt of graarai nu-rrat not ariUuB th fanfl of party or awrUrian ronteat. All ltra orart feme pnrt-paid. acrompann-d bT tbreal adiia of oxj writrr, to wi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1851

liBWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER the abolition of the barbarous laws of im prisonment for debt ; of peace societies ; eocietiea for the reformation of vagrant youth ; eocietiea lor moral reform for re. lieviog the indigent for the protection and education of destitute orphans for the aupport of the helpless aged ; societies many ol whxh have risen to an impor tance which attracts the notice and secures the aid of the Slate, and assuming almost every variety demanded by the manifold miseries and sins of society these bright and characteristic schemes, which never adorned the brow of the ancient civiliza tion, aro the peculiar glory of the age. Then the whole story of the mighty Tem perance movement, lies in the annals of this period, which has enrolled millions upon the pledge of total abstinence, and aent an impulse to the ends ol the earth. The extinction of human slavery was first aystematiclly attempted during this period, the fruits of a spirit of freedom, and a just ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1851

I.EWISBURG C IIKOxXICLE AND WEST BRANCH FA RMER .x. : . mm, 3 r-i 2 c MONTH?: JANUARY, J 2 a 4 5 C 7 Si 1 10 1 l21314'l.Vlf.,'17 18 k2G-272si'i3(i3i FEBRUARY, i ! I I I ' I 2 3 4 f 6 7 S DUm 121;! 14 15 117 l;lf?rt'-'l ' !i3242;"U27 2i MARCH, 2 55 4 1 10 1 1 :l:-5:14 i: 1017 1& 19 20-21 22 tiii 2iV2G27,-K2tl APRIL, i i a 4, 5 0 7 8 iJ 1011 1-2 131413 10 17.1S 1!) 202122:2324 23 20 27 28 2 30 I : , I l! 2i 3 t 0; 7 s! yio II 12 13,14 15 lti 17 181!) 20,21 22 23 24 MAY, 2(5 27 28211 30 31 JUNE, V 2 3; 4' fi C 7 8 Jlo:i12 1314 15(;i7,isii)i:021 -'2324 252(; 27S -!)30 Mi: ! 1 l; 2! 3 4 5 JULY, 0 7 h- 910 11 12 I31415;l0l7ilsl9 20212223 24 2520 272S2!)3t)31: : ! I i i 2 3' 4 5' V 7: S !) AUGUST, 10 11 12 13141510 i7 Is 1!) -2d -'1 .? -4 25202728 2!30 il: I j , 1 2' :V 4 5 G 7, 8 Mo il'1213 (41510 17 IS 19 l'O 212223 24 2520 27 SEITEMBER, 282930 4 : OCTOBER, 5 0 9io;n !2,13H 1 .VI 6 17' 18 9 20 21 22 -.3 24 i.i 20 27 2n 29 3031 NOVEMBER, i '2 3. 4 5, 0 7 8 10 ,11;12131415 lCil7,l8,ly ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 January 1851

Bonaleur and Ms English Barter. Frenchman. No, .air, 1 " on. vill learn yor .it- ""KS 1 verbs alone, mn'i "" put me to dwtih. ... Matter. You must be patient. Our verb i very simple compared with yours. r s 1.1 Vi o.i mil sernnlct Ven ay jue ;'e km, you say dut I might could-ould-shou!d have been. Ma foi ! W fwui hi . - j 1 u.miU Hal ' Now. Sair. tell me, if you please, vat you call one verb ! M. A verb is a word which signifies to be, to d , or to suffer. F. Eh, bien ! ven I say cant, vicli I s.y, I be, I do, or I suflare 1 M. It niHy be hard to say, in what particular case. F. Mi foi. How I miijht-could.ould-hould am to know dat T But tell me, if you please, "vol you mean ven you say De verb is a word !" M. A means one, and it is the same as to say the verb is one word. F. Eh, bt in I Den, ven I say I might-coold-voulii have-been-loved, I used one verb. Uuh ! (with a shrug.) M. Yes. certainly. . K. And dat verb be con word ! I thinks tiim vr Inntr m'orit. vid more ioints dan de sc...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1851

UL CHRONICLE H. C. HICKOa, Editor, a N. WOMEN, Printer. LEWISBUEG, UNION CO., PA., JANUARY 15, 1851. Volume VII. Ntunher 42. Whole Number 354. LEW SBUM t. ii -r u -t 1 m iniiiriiiiitr naiLT Joiattal. Juurd on Wrdiiedny rtmniiiin at Letvitburg, Union county, Penniylrama TKRMX. .SO per Tear. fat rash artnallr In airaner; $l.T5. If thin three months: tiK if (out within a year: $1S0 if a 4 pad Is-d.rr the yearrtr.ir: a ml hr inste nurab-ra. tiubarriptinnti frr six month or I ss tti l pad in idtiw. In-ronlinuanees optional with the Puhlih"T. exe.pt when the ear is paid up. AdveTtjsemciits handsomel? in-erted at 50 cent, per square, una we Is. $ 1 four weela, $"i a var: two iuarea, t fcr ii month.. $7 for a T-ar. M.ratit:l- advertise ment, nit eiered'a one fourth of a eidumn. f 10. JOU WORK and mmutl adtertiaems-nia to be naid (or wlwa hand.il in ur wrlitered. Commnnicationa aolieitt-d nn stl .nljeet of reneral Interest n. within the ran of party or ws-tarian onnteat. all letter must r-m-...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 January 1851

U)it ani fjttmor. Political Anecdote The lintu and friice of political parties have be-eo so much displaced aince I he an cient Federalists and Dwmociaig contested ao hoily (he political field, that we venture to piiWi'h the following good one, believing that ai this day no party will leel parucu larly hit by it. A worthy deacon in Connecticut, hired a journeyman farmer, from a neighboring town! for the summer, and induced him although he was unaccustomed to church going to accompany the family to church on the first Sabbath ol his stay. Upon their return to the deacon's house, he asked his hired man'' how he liked the preach ing, tie said that he " didn't like to beat any minister preach politics " " I am very sure you heard no politio to day," said the deacon. 1 am sure that 1 did. said the man. '. Meniioo the paisag," said thebVacon. "I will. He said 'If the federalist scarcely are saved, where will the demo era, appear V Ah. said the deacon, " you mistake. These were the words I...

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