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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1851

LEWISBPRfl CHRONICLE Volume VII, KTgml-er 48. Whole Number 360. , H. C. H'CKOK, Editor. 0. 1M. WOnDEH, Printer. LEWISBTJRG-, UNION CO., PA., FEBRUARY 26, 1851. Ax iynTfT.svc.sT riMii.T jomvii, hsueJ w NVh'mmv ""'iiar a' Laruburg, I'uinn omitty. lnny!iama. 77.7.' vx r-' " l lir-1,,r ' :i ': "lastly in i-. irn-'-: if h:'I w.tliiu llircrj- ui' nlii-i ; ?-int if pni 1 ill; In a - ? : if l :'-'t ' f -;'' o ' Vi i.'-fxj.ir.-: .". i.-:it.. !'r Mil'.!' PUnil'TH. Mli.rnl.i.v, ijr nl. !i;:if iT ! S. In I . .,. il in silvan.-. .i---i in lit:-;;:- t'j 1 ,-.n:-.l i.i'i. lb j'aH -h t. .'xc -pt wli -n Hi" y-:.r Is ai't ui. Advertisement:; 1 i'.iti u.ii -l.v m-.:.!.-! nt .' rent-; per 5 juniv. tno w k. si io-tr -.-.-:.. i"i a year: n- sji; .r. s ' iir s m'liiliis. -.i i t a .'i- ii .in -i ' . . i.i-- ju -nti. exr.lTir on f-.arLli .if a. isiluniu, St'1- j Hi W.ll.K an I -mat a li.r: . ui' ntj t he I'tiM for wh 'B li-m-l-.l in or .Ii-ui.ti it. Oirainumc.-.tior. r-lii;l:-il ! i ! nt.j"rt5 "t e"n i, i....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER Th J i SLUTa .. ... gentleman of soiuc experience in the matter tuggestcd to us yesterday that j to explain the muse of the someuhal con one cause of apples decaying when buried, . Il rtinj statements which will he found in as many have done this year, is bcoaa.se , the followinjr extrmts. tLey are buried too deep. A thin layer of straw and earth over them, gives tin m a chance lor air, w hi. 1, they must have in order to retain good health. Tor th Lrwisturg Chronicle. Apiculture A Froporilicn. The awakening f the ratmer, and the friends if Agriculture in Pennsylvania, to their interests, is worthy of the atten tion of all classes and nil interest.--. It i? 1-V agriculture, we live ami ihrive. When the farming interest flourish.", all others i do well. It is therefore ri'I.t for :iry and ' i-.ll men, of whatever trade, Im-tincs or profession, to bestir themselves in ftiniinj the fanners to the improvement cf the. foil of our country, as wel...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1851

LEWISBURG- CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH "FARMER California. The banker arc running over with mo ney but it can not be obtained at less than eight per cent, per mouth, and on good se cunt;-. I'' C4tate bears a value rela"ve lothiss:a!cof thin;:. Property bringing in a rent ol $400 per month, payable in advance.ean be bought for $1000 to 3000, cash, and I am advisfd of a number ol transactions at ttn-se rales. About half a cVzfn printing offices have nrrived this wet fc, and before Spring I pre d.ct lliey "ill be like lumber sold for frr-i 'hi. Two-establishments have !cn sfnt to Shi J.e, tlie Uapitiil.one to S icrsint'ii o, miJ one to San D.i-go. However, this ii r growing country, and newspaper are needed in all the tonus of any importance in (liisSlale and Oreg.in. Two new papers nr: talked rf in tlii city. One of llie ii be i nig 10 JJ R. Buck-lie , who lias impor leJ it al an expense f S3 l,C0tt. Thi land title herj are getting badly mixed up. The Superior Court ha deri ded that tit...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1851

A i if: 1 m LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER I M m T i It ,1 i if ft tu EQ A brother editor remark., that lie does not prepare a paper to bu thrown aside without reading, as is done by many who take a papor, and, wiihout ever knowing its contents, declare it is of no use to ihciu. We hope our paper has no such patrons tvc do, from the bottom of our ink stand Sec here, boys and girl?, young men and ! maidens, how do you spend your leisure time? If you spend it in snoozing in some corner at h ino in idle conversation about your neighbors, bcaur, r.r.d "the girls'" in ignorant or angry disputalioii about religion or p:.I.l.i:; iu L.l'y, i-Jiu'Iow I clang at store?, tavern-', shop, fet-cum, j parlors, or chswhere ; if you .iicu.1 timaj, as foolishly us tULswe cantt-lljoua h0F KiXCV GOODS, IRl'GS,Ax.dx. better way. (Jo (o your common i-ri-siuo, , , . . .- J ill i ! i suiisPri-if-T has just rcceucd and is and let soiac cue of you read aloud, a goo. , nw in,, os5rtmnn, of boo'.;,...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1851

LEWIS E C. mCIH)K,JSditor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. Is$ued vii Wcifiesday miiff LciiUlurg, I'niua cnuiity, I'tmiyhcnia. 41 '.i pr T'-ar. for nh Brlualtv in nlvancr; --, ii raw w.iinu tni.-i- m"i-. . r- - - ' "'r .' j;..i if ait .:i b-r,uv th-.- .arex;iiiV!.: 5 n-ni for : '.'. nmub rs. SulitT.iliiti fur i-ix niimlli" i.r l s. to i'.11-.',.! in Biivanw. IVitHitinuan-.-f o.t;onal it!. th .". -h.-r. rxnfit h:-n til- Viar is l-aiii u,i. AiTertinicct Ir.1t1d.-4tu1.lv iim-it-il at M. rrnt-. -r . ur ' "'' $' f"ur '"- J'' " 'r: ' niuanf, f;,r m-intliis. $; tor a yi-ar. M.ri-ant.l'- alv.-rt:sc'-L' rt n MOfHlins nw fui.rU. of a r. lumu. i'.ll. J.iil WKK anJ raxual ivl:rl-a.-DU'Uta to U- laid for hvrl"l in or ili liv. nJ. Comtr-iicications .lii-il-J on all ul-jiTti if s.T-ral r. no: wit ! 1 Ii' rauci- of liart or mi tarian rinu-i.t. Vi ! 't mu-t ciiui i-ol jaiti. ain-iiiliinivil lv I lie rral . ip i of thf rilT. to ris-iv.. ntr ntinn. s.TIi,c 5 ..,. nrlusiT.-lv to tin- K i.torinl lVjartm -iit. Ii...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer. Corwspondsnee of the Iswisbm-g Chronicle. Union County Agricultural Meeting. Pursuant to previous notice, an Agricul tural Meeting was convened in the Court House in New Berlin, on Tuesday evening, Feb. 25, lol, waa organized by call ing Col. Thilip Ruhl, of Buffalo, to the chair; and appointed Jacob Beaver, of Beaver, Maj. Jolm Gundy,of East Buffalo, and Samuel Wilson, Esq., of New Berlin Vice Presidents; and Samuel Weirick, Esq., of New Berlin, and James Kelly, of Lewisburg, Secretaries. The object of the Meeting was stated, by Mr. Wciriok, to be, to make prelimina ry arrangements to organize aCounty Agri cultural Society, auxiliary to the State Society, recently formed for the promotion of agricultural science, in Pennsylvania. He referred to the recommendations of the President, and Governor, in their late an nual messages, and the He port of the Six perintendent of Common Schools, and urged the importance of the prompt and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1851

1JSWISBUUG CIIKOK1CL.H AND WEST BRANCH FARM EH Correcieu uns Ajay. 85aK 50 ....45 33 . ..100 ...100 ... 15 10 10 7 5 Wheat Bye Corn Oats Flaxseed Dried Apples. Hatter Eggs . Tallow . . Lard Pork IHPORTiXT to lhoe hiving impurities of the BUhI. UK ANT'S ITKlr'YI.NG EX Tit At' 1', the nu.t wonderful I'uiitier in ihe world, it now put up in IJitart Butties. (Jj'Sce advertisement headed "61 DOSES." It is so srtong and purifying, thai one bullte lasts from Un to tixteen days longer than Sreajarilla. Dr Thornton, agent, Lewisburg. 2ni323 ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER! 1'lpi .thetrue Digestive Fluid or Ga&tiie Juitt! great Dyspepsia cuter, prepare troni Rennet or the fourth stomach of llie Ol, aller directions if Karon Liebirr.the jt'cai I'hyaiolorirral chemist, bv J S Hougnton. M 1). No 11 North Eiehih St. Philadelphia. This is a truly wot drrful remedy fur indigestion, dyspepsia, jaundice, r.instipsli.in, Iner complaint and deliiliiy, curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own age...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 March 1851

KEWISBUttG CUltONIClil AND WEST BKAXCIl FABMEK i -1 M ti u , 1 t f .-4 83" Barnum's 3Iuseums" arc a coiu round of hutubiiraud curiosity of Thra- J tricals and Teiujierauct' lrofebioiis auJ j re well taken off in the annexed " show UU" from the (Xcw Vurk) " Kuicker I'dkcr .Magazine." Just opened, utitb 10,000 Curiosities, an J per formances in l.ecter Room ; among which may be foun.1 TWO LIVE BOAR COAsTl'IUT Klis, Mail and FetuaiL ilso'! A STRIPPED Ai.tJEBRA.STUFT. BCSIIIES ! ! A PAIR Or SHFTTI E COOKS. and one SHUT TEE HEN-alive! Tilt ! SVOKU WITCH OEX. WEI.MXfiTUX KIT W ITH AT THE It v'TI I.E OK WA TERLOO! vvbom is six f.el bug and broad iil proportion. with ! A E.Wor.MOLs I! VTTI.ETML SXAIK a. tegular whopper ! ! i ! THE TUSHES OF A HIPPOTENUSE TOGETHER WITIl! A BEXUAL TKJEK; SPOTTED LEPROSY URE4T XOR1L SPECTACLE (IF M O L' X T VESUVI U 8 ! paiit or, Seen opens. Distant Moo u. ViewnfBiyof Naples. A thin smoke rise. It in the ttrqimiig vf tlit Eruetiuti .' Naples lolks begin to tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1851

LEW RON & C. HICKOS, Editor. 0. N. WOMEN, Printer. LEWISBURGr, UNION CO., PA., MARCH 12, 1851. Volume ITcmler 50. WfcoiTwumber-.-362. B C EL C 7M t!l mirTiNT riviLT Jomtu, un Wednetdny wrninix at Lexcisburg, I ttimi county, I'ennxylrama. j-rji.v.f-f l."'rt r"T yar. f.r i-;ih artualH in atlTartn-; ' 7i. if I1-1 -t,,il1 thr nii.iith-: $-.lM) if pail within a : .ear; S-j' 'f u"1 I1'1 ,l,-l"r'' ' expirvs; j n-nt f-r i i,!!?!' numlfrs. buhsTiplimiK l"r Fix month, ur 1. m. to t'lm tl iu adanx-. lio.'i.t.:uuiuHV optional with lb-i i 4! Iis.iit. nr T' - ' " .' 1 - I'-" "'" ' -- nnt JiiB WOKh. Kll'l casual mirLB mi-Bui u uo kuu jw l,,.n l.n..-i in ..r d.-livi-irj. Comraonicatioas IkiiW on all ul.wstr of fro nil In-.-wl ti"l w.th.n the ranip- of (Tlyor m-rtaran nsilxst. a ii'lrlt-rt must earn: piM-paid. arrum.iiiiii.it hj lire real -Mr.tt of tii' writer, te r. c.-ivi- aut:.in. .TI.i.ae r.ia'inc 'X:l5i: 'ly to 1" K-litorial llepurtmi-ut. to be :.r.-!d Ij HtviT V. IIk.-s.ok. K.. h,:u.jint: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1851

IjEWISBURG chronicle and west branch farmer The Farmer. STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. fTrom the UU tUpcirt of Suprrt of Cam. School. At a subject lo which Ibe Superinien drnt of Common Schools may properly in vile the ttention of the Legislature, I de tire to submit a project of an institution, allied to them in its nature and importance, a State institution for special instruction in the theory and practice of agriculture, and for general instruction in all the branches of a high school course. It is worthy cf remark, thai while the least useful arts practised in towns, have reached a point of perfection which seems to limit further advance?, the art of agri cul ure. the most ancient, noble, and ncc rssary of all arts, is the least generally understood in proportion to its susceptibility of improvement. These facts are inevita bly traced in the one instance lo the asso ciation, and, llierefore, to the reciprocal enlightenment of mechanics, and in. the other, to the isolation, and, th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1851

rr , v - aii-.Erlfl mb Tbcimpor.anceof.heL.keTr.de -nd , road up the West Branch ol Susquehan ns the best mode of obtaining it. ha .r.cted the attention of the Phitadelph.. ,ni, a. will be wen by the following ex tract of a report lately made by the Board o( Trade of Philadelphia. It says t :f that lay A But it is time, as we nave -- should look elsewhere than ,o the centre of e State and to line, of central cmt.munn Sio" Fro the mou.h ,f the Junta., to lh ,rbor ol Uric, there is not one mile ol ,,,'lrond conducted ; and this, though a relation, according to 'he census ol 150. of upwards of 4.1)0,000 people it .hero to contribute by their industry ana product, to our business prosperity I - .1 ( lha A head . r vi itr:.rwh in the harbor waters 01 - ofKrie i known to oe rrc.- Sur ,cv have been made, and its '. -riiiinrd. Philadelphia promote has too .... .d her back to thai wonderful re- .-ion; forwonrerful it is at least in it mineral resource., wi.h i inexhaustible Bnd accessible ma...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 March 1851

L.EWISBUUG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER RECEIPTS AMD EXPENDITURES OF UNION COUNTY, By the Commissioners and Treasurer of said County, from the 1st day of January, 1850, to the 1st day of January, 1851. District. and Names of : ' Collector. H-aver rhnxtttia U.'OS.t West Bcav r Jo. 1-onMis, Butlaio Martin II. fcccd.t town Huila'o eo. fbi- ry.t West Bufhilo O. HaasM.pluS, Cenusn Ares! k. Usswiuicer.t l-h. man - Mcr t Ifariiev John HorTman-t . . Kelly 4.1am Koyer. ,-wi.bury J.hu .Norton, l.imesteno-lohn Kiukert.t Middlecroek-sjuhn Hartley, MitHinhurg A. Out. liu,t New Berlin Oco. I'i'l, IVnna m"l. O. tlrtKT, IVrry Jacob Mmiujn.t 1'mon J onac bcrgc.t Washington lnui I. Sierner.f w bile Deer Israel tAjgor.t The shore table xhil lt. the ronoty ratefand rvhr for commiwkxtt and xnnTationii. and 1-alnni due. Tboe marknl tliuo bare ul in ruil nnee nettlenuut-, if...VvI'f.vr COLLtCTOKS. Pit tri -t anJ ullectol' , Hartley S. llour.t, Jr.t W. BeaTcr M arliart. Centre J-n etandrtrs Yrrry tii-o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 March 1851

LEWIS ft C. EICKOK, Editor, 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. l.A on Wednesday mornings at Lewiiburg, Vnion county, Pennsylvania. f,.- w.k $S a year: two fMiuarfS, 5 ,' . L dii one f..urtli .f column, $10. ""SSE'.Sk ivertiK-menU to be paid fur lull WiiKK an.l ranual advert h han.iwl in or deliv. nl. . . . ?SSSSJSSS All letter, n,u.t erne p-id. r '" . IM of the writ-T, to rvole attention. .lnoc ; t.'. .he ..rial lurtmenu to l i,..inui t 4 V VtMUM.N. i'tttJifhtT. Tor the Lewisbnrg Chronicle. Advice. IT MARIE BOStAC. O, turn thou not from love away, However humbly uffere.1. Nor put mJc lhe frien.lly hand. By whomsoever proffered. There' not on earth than alighted love A keener pang to bear ; The wounded )irit only fceU The anguish of despair. And life ban many weary hours, When thy full heart will yearn, For love anil kindly eym-.aihy. Such aa thou now uW spurn. And bitter is the lot of him. Who Ireads eailh'a deary road, Wilh noue to greet him !y the way. Or help him bear his load Who knows that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 March 1851

X.EW1SBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER wcdgc-like form, and then cutting out the inner portion of the gralts so as to make it fit down neatly and closely on the stock. If the atock and graft be of the same cize or thickness, you can make the bark meet all around. But if the stock be too large for this, you can insert two grafts, one on each side, for if the inner bark of the atock and graft join on one side only it is sufficient. This is a very, strong and handsome mode of grafting for standard trees, ornameo.al trees when graded at the standard height, also for rose and standard trees. 3. Cleft or Slit Grafting This mode, which is performed on stocks of from one to two inches in diameter, consists in cul ling ofT the stock smoothly at a part free from knots, splitting the stock down, smoothly and evenly (near the pith or heart, but without injuring it) to the depth c.f ahout two inches, with ashtirp, thinbla did kni:e, and then cutting the lower end i f the graft in a wedge-li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 March 1851

UL LEW1SBURG CS1RUNIGLE AND WEST UK AN OH FARMHK: .The Uarrkburg correspondent of the j 2&Ctttj8UUt ijRJatfcCts North American, under date of 13th inst., states that i Wheat The bill to authorize the Governor to Kye lake ten thousand dollars of the stock of Corn The Sugar Valley and While Deer Turn- Oats pike Road Company received its quietus Flaxseed .... this morning. This bill is an old acquain-! Dried Apples lance has been before the House for the Cutlet J-xtihree winters, at least, and has always' Es attracted great attention, not so much from the amount of money involved, as the principle to be settled. The House was very much excited to day.whilst consider and the friend of trie bill fought most gTlanly. .They were finully, after hav in" carried their bill ou second readme, compelled to yield on its final passage. It was lost by a majority ol six. This pro posed road was to run through parts ol Union and Lycoming counties, and is of j;reat importance to the section ol cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 March 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The tforloos Uncertainties of the Law. " "The most litigious fellow lever knew, wai a Welshman named Bones. He had got possession, by some means, of a bit of waste ground behind a public house in ' Hogwash Street. Adjoining this lane was a yard, belonging to the parish of St Jere miah, which the parish trustees were fenc ing in with a wall. Bones alleged that one corner of their wall was advanced about ten inches on his ground, and as they de clined to remove it back, he kicked down the brickwork before the mortar was dry. The trustees having satisfied themselves that they were not only within their own boundary ,but that theyhad left Bones some Af r tk i. i i...:if it,- wall again. Bones kicked it down again. The trustees put it up the third time un der the protection of a policeman. The inexorable Bones, in spite of the awful pre sence of this functionary, not only kicked down the wall again, but kicked the brick layers into the bargain. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 March 1851

BURG CHR CLE ON LEW a O. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. - ciaiLT JOCBSali buf "" f4rtiny Pcnmylcama. .i w ner Tear. eah aetnallv in a-lranee; TFKM . IlS?wU ; li if p.l witl.m . ' if.'?Tf- U-fm-tlw yearexp.re,: rents ft .ear; f " " " ,s..i;ti,.ni. kw six ni..nlli . lew. to drerusemeni- . . two squares, .re. -I: I M.-r.tile advert!- "JS&KK ad.erta-meu W be ll for whf, ln.M li. . n . lll. of r.o.r.1 Communications . .Parian ..! test. ill l-ttcr. " .-tntion. ,Tliee Family Government. In looking ioio human life, and seeing how entirely dependent for happiness and character the child is upon the parent, we can not but consider it one of the greatest of the innumerable mysteries of Divine Providence, that one being should be so completely in the hands of another. The wonder is increased by thinking how much skill, how much knowledge, how much firmness, what decision at one time, and what delicacy of moral truth, if I may so express it, at another, are necessary, in or der in su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 March 1851

L.EWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER The Farmer. Work to b done in Harcb. Tbi should be a busy month tothe far mer. Manurei if not already carted out where likely to be wauled, should be atten ded to. Place your manure in convenient shaped heaps, at proper distances apart, and cover the tops of the heaps slightly with charcoal dust, pulverenl muck or peat, or a slight coating of plaster of parts. Either of these will prevent, in part at least, the ammonia escaping with the Crst wsrm day. Prepare ground as early as possible, and spread no more manure at the time than can be plowed in within a few hours. If you can not obtain any of the above named articles to cover the ma nure heaps until required for use, throw a few shovels full of soil over each heap. General Farm Work. If fences are not in good order see them attended to. Cut, pile and prepare fuel for summer ; repair buildings; whitewash stables ; clean out old litter and sprinkle with plaster, having everything removed t...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 March 1851

LEWISBURG CUKONICL.E AND WEST BRANCH FARMER! FIHE HHPUIY. At a meeting of citizens of the BorougL of Lewisburg, held at the Town nail, Wednesday evening, 19tu March, 1S51, for the purpose of making arrangements for organizing a Tire Company, Col. L. B. CnuiST was called to the chair, D.Sny dcr and J. W. Shriner appointed Vice Presidents, and A. L. Hatfield, Secretary. On motion, Messrs. M. Hate, Josiah Kelley, J. Jieyhart, I. S. Sterner, and J. W. Shriner, were appointed a Committee to draft a Constitution. On motion, a committee was appointed to ascertain the condition of the engine. On motion, a Committee was appointed to confer with the Town Council in refer ence to the engine. Adjourned to Monday evening next. Monday. March 24. Met according to adjournment W.M.JoNES,Esfj.,IrcsiJent: 1). Snyder, Vice President ; and L. Ster ner, Secretary. 1 be Committee on Constitution repor ted. Report accepted and adopted, as follows : Constitution. The nndersiimed citizens of Lewisbunr, Leing...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 March 1851

Tin m lfl L.EWISBURC CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER u 1- (3 il if-5 7 An apt Illustration. The Norfolk (Massachusetts) Democrat irpcata an illustration of Mr. Culver, of "Washington county, in his address at the Tremont Temp!e of the bsrgain in Congress at the last session, that is, if the South ahould have the Compromise measures car ried through, the North was to have a Ta riff. He said there was a boy in his neigh borhood, who, sfier having eaten a full meal, had a rfaniel dog that was very hungry. He took a cracker, and holding it up, told the dog if he warned it, to stand up. The dog stood up. "Now," said the boy, stt down. The dog sat down. "Now roll over." The dog rolled over. "Now speak." The dog spoke. Then turning round.the boy put the cracker in his pock et, saying, "I shall want that to make him do it again. So with the Tariff. After carrying all the obnoxious measures, the South turns coolly around,kilU the bill, and says, " We shall want to that rr.&Lc them roll ...

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