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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 April 1851

LEWIS CHRONICLE H. C. HICKOS, Editor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1851 r Volume Vm, Wnmber 1. Whole Nnmber 365. BURG At iDr" WAunt jocbbaL, lSSUcd on Wcdnetday morning at Lewisburg, Union county, Ptntuiylvanta YPR vs. si.-10 P"r yfar. for wb actually in advenee; 1 ;i if within three months: Sitio if paid witbin a vVar: I--''0 if nut P1 ef"rethe year expires; 5 cents fur sinl' numbers. Sutewriptinns for six months nr lns. to t (uinl ia advanee. Dioontinuasjces Ofitiooal with the putJibr. exct-pt when the year is paid up. ,,,. one w. $1 ur weeks. $5 a year: two squares, .1 fhr rii sanulhs. $7 far a year. MVmantue advertise- dvemaemenia nanusiun'iv imenm at wnw i .., n 4 enceeilinr. oar fourth of a column, 10. j, III WORK and casual advertisements to be paid for in h.n-l-l in or eMivered. Cimmunicationa ediritrd on all auhjerU of preneral inl Ts.. am 11U1B IIT .iwr i.i moi wi " ' " i.uwvi. 11 It-tt'T. mt nmi rowtitatd. amtmitinied tiy the ...

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

41 LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. used by many millions of people in Chins and some parts of Europe, to mix with night-soiL la this way it can be thorough ly dried and not part with any of its gases. Copperas-water and diluted oil of vitriol poured over night-soil convert all the volatile into involatile elements. To command water in dry weather, andJ got riil of ths excess in rainy seasons, dcrp tillujt is equJly valuable. In the former rise, moisture accnd from the subsoil by capillary attraction ; and in the latter, the excess of water in the surface soil dc irendt into the subsoil to meet an exigen cy of an opposite character. The skilful control of water is the first lessod in good farming. Tho Cultivation of Flax In the U. States. The Farmers' Club of the American Institute held a meeting a few nights since, tot the purpose of discussing the " growth and cultivation of flax in the Uni ted States. Mr. It Underbill presided, lie proceeded to remark that the " form...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 April 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. CAUTION! ALL persons are hereby warned not Id purchase a sealed note for $?D5, in favor of JoK Cocoa or "order or bearer, given by the subscribers about the SOth Feb. last, as we are determined to par only a portion of said note unless compelled by law. BEVERS ammon, JACOD GUNDY. Cast Buffalo, April 1, 1851 THE SUMMER SESSION or TUB LEWISBURG ACADEMY, TILL eomm f oi MAV commence on MU.MJAx, the 5th licit. In thia Institution, all the bunches of thorough Academic course will be taught. The Prfmsry Department will receive due attention ( and eiercises in Composition an J Declamation will be required of the hffcr memo bers of the school. The discipline of the Insti tution, heretofore, will be directed msin'y to ibe formation of systematic habits of study, as the best and only permanent means of securing 'order and progress among the pupils. The sub scriber feet gratified at the liberal support which has thus far been given b(m by an intelli...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 April 1851

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. tPtt anti ijnmot. A new Yankee Doodle. BT I. 8. DOSOHOl , YsBkee Doodle !" Loafers Tory plavea it lo derids as ; Bat now we rnsrcfc I victory, And that's the tune tajrukfc as I Tsnaee Podl-l.rh.l hnl Tukft Dnod Dandy 1 How we snede tbf Red Costs ma At Tanner Boodle Dandy t Td(tl mat apteasarit fame. Bat, if we enlist, we ll do it ! When Yankee Doodle once begins, Oar Yankee bore ro throanh it I Tankee Duodle be I ha! bat Vankee Doodle Dandy 1 So ahead!" the eaptaiiu try. At Yankee Doodle Dandy 1 And lrt her come npon t Ihe inaoknt invader There the Tankee bora will be, lrepaTCd to eerenade her. Tankee Doodle ha 1 ha! ha! Vankee Doodle Dandy I Tankee pat will ring the baas Of Vankee Doodle Dandrl ' Tankee Doodle ! How It tarings The food old days before ne! Two or three bpfan the eonp Millions join the chorus I Yankee Dxodle bal ha! hat Vankee Doodle Dandy 1 Boiling 'roond the continent la Vankee Doodle Dandy. Tankee Doodle! Kot alone The...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 April 1851

LEWI BURG BONICLE 1 Jo & C. fflCKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UXM COUNTY, PEM., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1851. CH is lDiri)iT fasilt Jormi, Issued on W'cdattday mornings at LewUburg, Cniun county, Pcnnxylrania. fA'ff-VX 1.5fl per yrar. for vh actnnlly in mrirAtirc; fl.'A. if P' ith'M tlirw month; t'i.iw if paid within a Yfftr; f'2.iW if nt pnia tifforc the yinrtxpir thousands, few who have watched the ca gearness with which a scandal or a slander is promptly caught up and earnestly repea ted, can for a moment doubt. It is a strange infirmity of human nature, to ex ! rnti for pec wu CAatu ciciiijmi'u iiuui iiiu n-a- ity of errors and vices, not to saj crimes, to wlncn the indignant ana tue er- rin;.!.-numbers. Sul,crir.tkm lor six m..i.tli or l.-iw to nnn .rkjljtr f nrrors and vices, not to sav trf. lliM-ontinuanra- ntlunnl lln Uic 1 J ' )m nai'l in adranc... ruMi.her. rtoriit wlwn the vear iF pahl uti . J . - I ........ .1 ....... i . til -,.. ... frjuan-, one w-k. 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 April 1851

if s- M ft, is Tct tkt LawUbnrs Chronieln. EOW TO BAKE DANUBE. Mft. Editor : There has been much of late in the agricultural papers about mak- ing manure. Now every good fanner will make all the manure he can. Some of our Dutch farmers are slow to try all new pat terns that may be offered : this may be wrong in some cases, but some "patents" have a groat deal of humbug. Every farmer ought to use his straw to the best advantage that is, so as to niike the most manure ; but I confess I am at a loss to know what way is best, although I have tried several Some say, Make all your manure under sheds ; others, Let it be exposed to sun and rain, and it will ferment sooner. Most writers advise that it may be made under cover, which I have no doubt is aonc of the best ways, but it Las its objections, too. It is almost impos sible to get so much strax in fit order to plow under, on a farm whore there is much manure made and but little stock kept, for it should be used for stable litter before ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 April 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Ertofsftiirir JHarttrt, u;..?Z?. h,!FMMER & MECHANIC, Rv 50 i fVrn 45 wuiu... UatS. . pi i .ret ..... ... 100 riaxsccu " Drapd AonleS ... ...............H'O n la! EggS . ... 8 ...10 ....7 .. 10 . 8 Tallow Lard .. flam Bacon. IirORT.T to those hiving impurities or the Wood. BKA.NTS PURIFYING EX TRAC'i". the most wonderful I'uiilier in the world, is now iut up in Qi-kt Bottle". Tj ee ad'e'M-emruu l.eirj -01 IjO.-dSS." lt is go at org mad purifying, that oi.e buttle lasts from ten tixlten days Ion: er ibvii Sareaoatilla. Dr Thornton, agent, Lei.turrj. i2tn323 ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WOXIiEK! ri. tie true Vigc.ith-e Fluid ur Castiic Juice! A groat Itynpeiwia currr,pr iviei! from Kemict v the fiwrlh stomach of ihe lx. alter directions : of Baron Lrebig, the ! Phvamlngiral chemist. J S Hcwg.Uon.M I), 0 1 i Notih Emliia Su I'liilaiMphia. Thin is a truly woi iLifui remedy f.r irdicelion, tlvrprp-ja jiui tlirr, ron-ti i;i .n, It.rre.tmplatnt ant) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 April 1851

iff ' It-.-?! LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. 4 'At i H- A; Leroy Jenkins. While riding out not long since in the old county of Stratford, in Virginia, and passing along a rarely frequented road, 1 heard a noise that at once arrested my at tention. It was a soliloquy in a very loud " key, and interlarded with an occasional oath to prove that the soliloquist was in earnest. Guiding my horse in the direc tion of the voice, I Baw a fellow about half corned, deliberately cutting a long hickory switch, and talking to himself at the same time, with great earnestness. I thought at first he intended to whip his horse, that stood tied hard ly, and I was about turn ing off, when a new set of phrases in his self talk arrested me at once, and made me the witness of the following scene : " Well now, Leroy Jenkins, I expect you'll catch goss in a little while. It won't be long first, before Leroy Jenkins hide gets painted some. I'll pay you, Leroy Jenkins, for all this, you trifling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 April 1851

u KG CHRONICLE. LA I III III u i Volume VDI, Nnnter 3. Whole Number---G67. rr n ttt.--s-.tt r'-- LEWISBURfi, IMrtX COUNTY, PEXN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1851. o. n. v;o:a)2rr, Prfaicr. 11 vv n v '-' ff J VTf. T!ii7 rjrli on, ft i !.y .r iiiik.ii.hWIv companion, the j.st 1 tho laugh, the vantage to l-H-ation, Ac. ut-ike " sham ' instil of these vermin beset, ado.- cassas, An E'eitioa Ar.e:l3tC. L3 JJ1 J 3ii--i 13 ---'-J-- l-i.i-'-"- t0 (i, ,nls.v .:,.'.., ,',...det-t ,mc ,I:r -.h-. n sneer of the world. tV sc..!F of ? if-confi- !.ih-s." a! n.e cv.ry I'fhVf to induce the wewill seo a country dotted over withm-at,' We met an ..1 I stajcr f.om .; of th' ::ro. remiss in nnot! or fir:; i r.v't? ih.sur- d-tice and thus, f dd after fdd, th s -r- " green uns to t::ke the bait. I could 'comfortable, urm nouses, gnmens, una interior townships or an adjointi.; r oitntVj pri-e an 1 l -ret, anl then 1 .so onii- j-nf ciis -.f ;.i..u- habits :;rn afmn I the . hum raVp, ih.ips ! f v :I::tt have brrn I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 April 1851

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Tor the Lewisburg Chronicle. Ililur.g Hamae a Kew Dung Fork. Mr. tnrroa : In a Lte number of your , vr.lutil le paper,! saw an article cn manurc L.aking, which is all important to the far rier, indeed lies at the foundation of agri cultural interests, in this country at least. Your correspondent has given us his moJo of working up Lis pupcr-abuudant straw, which is very goiJ ; but I suppose will lint controvert what we believe to be true, that 010 load of stable-made manure is worth two made out, whether covered or not. And it is astonishing the amount of litter that can be used up in this way, even with an ordinary amount of stock. But t do this we must Lave the right kind of Ftabling, which not many of our " Dutch formers" arc in want of, aud then carry iu plenty if straw, let it come out as it 11 :y. Here let nie poak of an evil con nected with many of our stables, a sill aud u narrow door. Doors fur stables, whether for homed cattle ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 April 1851

u LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Tlie Supreme Court has allowed a writ of error in the case ol Martin IVifer. con victed of ihc murder of his ifc in Schuyl kill county, and now under sentence of death. fUtiXftHurff JHavUtt Corrected this Day. Wheat tsSa'JO Rye 50 Corn 50 Oats 33 Flaxseed 100 J tried Apples 10 Nutlet K' j V. 8 Tallow 10 Lard 7 IJun 10 Racon 8 IllORTAT to those having impurities of the lilood UKA.NT'S I'llMI' VING E.Y TKACT, Ihe most wonderful 1'urilii'r in the ,irl.l. is now put up in Qi aut Uottiks. dj'St-e aJnrtienitints headed -04 DOSES." It is so ,imng ami purnyiiic;, turn one hollio lasts Ironi trn to tijetcen days longer limn Saraiari!i. lr Thornton, agent, Lcwuburg. 2ni32:l ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONl-ER! I'ti'si ,the true lligtxt ice fluid or ('w.trir Juice.' A great Dyspepsia cuier.pr. paiid from licnnt't or the fourth stomach of tlie Ox, alter directions of Daron I.iebijr, J lie great Physiological clicniist, l J .S Houghton.M 1), Jio 1 1 Nortb E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 April 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH I'AKMER. vi'iVCRwai a character born in Oi-i . .i jitk'i ; lugU-Lrcil, aocorJing to the ti t.i-i; ..f :"s day aiiJ place, and a roan, - 'i r -iii ! ..f himself, of " high points." 1 ! w;.. a.,..-.-.! oftc'irtiraes "high," ami in rft r:f.. -T -rythipg seeming nigh tobiirt, .; high charade-, lie was an ..'"ii ; ! ;rli:iriai and an impromptu law x . r r : b's T.-frioos high qualities st-rared !.:,.; kr :!"M rof a mat in the Ftate Leg- nl.it h he was TerjprU(l. One .. . . " v.... l a Leap of lojH Bear thp ' -w. I.nae a high discourse with cu-i wosuui. (uin; wi - i"", . n.. t wlmn iniuoniltlA ' -.J T-' ?. i rly a vcst!g of a lint on, . - j - . r .i t . . i.. v nTl ' j . "l i .-..n-iiuo n-j ib III.: i ". a .... .. ii.s,'iji,. .-t jttraiiB , ami l waut you f . ' -V v;e .the r:f'.' "Wkvit! . i, j ? why, you havut been "" I , You're too tir.jf toi-teal ; .':oy say yoa stole V Billy i.(nl rxftr nLst2TifjaT?T. tills . - - i .. i wuk-s uaa u.RUta uown .) r....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 April 1851

I , F! W I S B B E fi 1 1 o mwk H. 0. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WOXDEI., Printer, A ,,l!rt-.EST FiMll-T JlU, hsuedvn UVffWtfy .; ' LechlurS, Union county, I'enmiileiinia. T,.,. wJ1.;o -r vear. for ''h aniully in aiivanee: t, --' iji.Tw Ihin tlir.i- month,-: S-'."" it r-ai'i within a 5ii if n itr' 1 before they -are,ir,!: rent ft -b-"numb -re. Mihrr..li.,ii.- ir sin i"iitli- ur 1 '-t,i T. ?,Vd in 4.'. IMti:iMwM V.oal with uV ,...i.i..u,..- .i-.-r.t whi-n the v,-s,r ii pai'l iii. Advertisements hiinl.in--lv in-wi-ve-l at Srt cents per .. ., r . turn h.iimn'M. sl i ,r month". T for a sr. I -n-ant'le alt-eituse-... n .ti xo-e-IiiiK'm-fou'rili ,.f"i,liiuin. ill). WilKK an t .i-.fUul mlverllf -m' nis to I raid lor be,i is""-1 ln "r aenviwi. Communications i'.li.-il,il on all siiVerf of j,,-newl ' . .. r.t a-lt liin the muse of partv or seetarian i-olltest. Vl i.-ll.T" U"t P"-t V;'l- aeeumtianied by llieriial - ' Irr-ss of the writer, to r-c-ive nlt-n'ion. wL.Thoae ',' in- .-l.-lusn. lv to Hie...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 April 1851

PJLAiSK ROADS. An Act to Incorporate the Lewisburg & finish Valley Flank Road Company. - Fection 1. Jc it enacted, Ac. That William Cameron, Francis Wilson,Thomas Hives, John Walls, IVt. r Beaver, II. P. j Shelter, Eli F!ifr, Samuel Geddes, Jona than Wolfe, O. -V. Worden, I.. B. Christ, J. S. Mareh, H. C. Ilickok, William Friclt, Levi Sterner, C. F. Miller, II. W. Fries, .Tamos Mcfreight, Daniel Rangier, Philip Ulml, I. l GulJin, Jacob Seebah, J. D. (.'h.imlierlin, Martin I Visbcach, and John ClwmLcrlin of Union county, and Thomas Wolfe, Pr. Samuel Stroheckcr, John Icy nobis, John Krcamer, anJ John For mer, of Centre county, be and they axe hereby appointed Commissioners to open 1 roceive subscriptions and organize c.inpsny by the name, stylo and title of 'The Lewisburg & Brush Valley Plank KoaJ Company," with power to construct a plank ror.d from the intersection of Fourth and Saint Anthony streets, in the borough of Lewisburg, in the county of Union; by the Buffalo Cross R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 April 1851

UL LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The house of Mr. Joseph Montgomery, in Wayne tp., Clinton county, win burned to the ground on Thursday afternoon 30th ult. It caught from a burning chimney. The greater part of the furniture was saved. Haileton, April 16'h. A young man by the name of Wiliiam Depew, of this place, was killed yesterday by being run over by the Locomotive, Robert Morris. The new Evangelical Lutheran Church in Milton will be dedicated on the first Sab bath in May. ANOTHERS,IEXTiFIC WONDER! PtrsIX . the true Digestive fluid or Cuatric Juice.' KJt Uynpejwta carer, prepared from Rennet or the fourth stomsch of the Ox. eltrr directions of Baron Lie'jig, the great I'bysioioeiral chemist, hf J S Hougnton.M 1), No 1 1 North Eighth St. Pbilsdvlphii. This ia a truly wonderful remedy for indigestion, dyspepsia, j.undire, constipation, liver complaint and debility, curing after Nature's iwa method, by Nslure's own agent, the Uastrie .Juice. See Advertisement in anot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 April 1851

1 ft LEWISBURG CHKONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. i SI m l!v i e i- 'I 1. I- i: V. A r lllit ani tjmnov. Toasts ty tie Trades. At a Now Englan-1 cplebr.it inn at Mil vnutiu, tlie Secretary read the list of pro-f.-sMonal toasts which fallows, ami which v.-roi-omvi'ilwith uproarious applauses. J.va IJ.iTiiT The Storm of Liberty it r.isc- in the yeast ; may it coutiuue to give its irut till it has covered the whole world auJ prepared it for the last great hairing. Iy a Hatter Our Country May its rim he ocean-hound, and its Laud kept i:'Ii:!y buttled ; aud uiay it never be sub ject to a crown, aud always mindful of the glories of its hc-ficui'ii. By a dry goods merchant Our Nation al Flag May we never measure it by yard?, nor sell it without a reasonable ad vance on itsfirst cost, adding transportation and insurance.- liy a School Master The old Tu-rattan discipline May its uses be never passed by, nor its benefits be reduced to a cypher. liy a Lawyer The lcech Seal Its ap plication to...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 April 1851

CLE BON 1 . LEW BURG Jo H. C. HICKOg, Editor. 0. H. WORDEN, Printer. III iwnnf'IwnKST FAULT JIIVKWAL, luued on Wcdnexdny mnrniiii; at Lewislurg, run. JKmr.r. -h n.tuaiiy in ntn(; r.iW. MOtfle uuiubiTa. Mil!Tiiun inr .x uioihds or iv. to Ira nii in mi "'-. UimmiiiHinnwi oitHDnl with the l'.i.hthr. it-nt whfli tlie vvnr u uaul iiii. Advertisements IuihI. ... -I y in.'rtJ at SO cent per f jur. w.k. 1 four wck. $5 a year: two iiaiv, t4 Ur ix in mill-.; tor a jnar. Mrcant:1- alvertute- .....td n.tt Tmhlin mil- 1'iturih of a coliitiiu. tu. jolt U'oltK and aFiutl aJvertiscmfiit to be id for Cammanications l.-itet on all Mi.rftft of p-rcinl hmn.l.il ill nr .It-llVcrM. nU-ret not w ithin tin ranee of party or i txrian coutvat. All lt-Urrn mut cnir M.t-iatd, new luj iinietl i.y mc real . 4,1 f th- wribr. to rciTf attention. tj,T.h ruus rwlUflivvly to tlif Kiitori.tl lii;imi.ei.U to i HrwU-d u HrT HirKOK. K.. Mitttr and thow on buiHnss t . -V Woiutr.. JXtUistHT. orfi-w on M -rkft strevt, ttw.....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 April 1851

LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Tor the Lcvrisburg Chronicle. Water in Cam Yards A Syphon. According to my promise, I will now proceed to state bow water may be brought iu or near a barn-yard, without laying pipes from higher ground to bring it, or foreiug it up by a hydraulic ram. My plan is nut new to some farmers, but may be to many others. I have now a fountain of water within re nls of my manure pile, and ruuning water constant-, except in a very dry time, when it sometimes fails fur a few for a few weel.s only. I have no spring or running stream on the surface of my f.irm,.nid therefore no opportunity to bring water in pipes, and a ram I thought too expensive, considering the distance I should have to go to get water by those means. lut sonic distance from my barn there was a winter spring where water Oozed out in a wet time, ran on the ground a rod, and then sunk away. I took the water level from this winter spring to the l"wet grtmnd near my barn-yard, and foun...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 April 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. 1 RUSHES just received large assortment of the following : Hair Urartu. variety of pttrui Cimb Brudies Xail u" T'Mjth do !.i!l Scrubbing Jo llor Jo .i .1 1 ITI...,!. ltrll.llC ian.-v ud 0mni..n Slw Bran do d mm Whitewash BniJic Wall Nailed do do -iHbe.Uar,hePrue of - To Builders and House Painters. rni I 11.-. r.te.reil IO flimisll Red aTi I ue wiuawnti f"t . . Whit, LeadChrome Ycllo,irren.l an. On and Patent Black, ground in oil-Veniiian ked. Yellow Ochre. Litharge. Varnishes Lin-.-.! Oil, linn lied, and Glass of all si: '' """"'" .t reduced r;ic,4..U,,lHWRvro ISIsUlMi R '. A '"' "' lo' "f r'a'" ToA"- Lines Hooks. &e. unusually low ; rail and aianiiue lot vourselves at the Druj-iore, of r 1 V ITI E Powder J April 2 1 and l.'lliiiienl f r sile liy Da THoRVI'HN n. .swxKFomrs Clotliins an I Hit Emporium, new ui:i:i.i, I 1 capital place for rapit.il birssin. Anvlindy 'an be convinced of tlii by ci'.Iui.; llie'e the fi .i time they happe...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 April 1851

sin- ten ;3 LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. 17 J - '4 f J i AS la 1 1' m "1 1 1 m tf f t I . Look oat for the Cars. Jntlge F., of W. county, and Burr S. C, from " up north," are both good fellows, and fond of a good joke. It is not often they got " bit," but the following circum stance (it is suspected) occurred last week : It was in this wise: Burr and the Judge were coming from Milwaukie tow ards Waukesha, one evening, propelled by a fine horse of the Judge's attached to a buggoy, and wlien about a mile east of Wauwatosa, on the plank road (which is -ia!Jel to the railroad,) they heard the locomotive jmffing and roaring on its re turn to Milwaukie. They were alarmed on account of the aversion of their pony to lo comotives, and to avoid disaster both has tened to disengage the horse from the car riage. As the cars did not come along immediately, and they both being some what in haste, one led the horse while the otVr tugged the bnggoy, occasionally res piting each oth...

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