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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 6 February 1850

I.F.WISBUKG' CUItOXICI.K AND ' WKST BRANCH FAltMBIl ttJit ani tjiunor. Paddy's Boots. We beard a good one of a preen sprig from Ihe Emerald Isle, who, the other day, en tered a Hoot and Shoe Store io this city.lo purchase himself a pair of brogan. Aflei overhauling his stock in trade without be ing able to suit his cii-timer, tne ahnpkee per hinted th it ho would make him a paii to orer., ''And whs-whit will yrroxto mike w good pair iv them?"' wathe query. -Tlie price was mined the Irishman do mured, but after a -b-itiii' down." the ihinj: was a trade. Paddy as about leaving the store, when the other called a.'ler bitn, asking:4 1 "Bat whit size shall I make thorn sir ? ' 'Och !" cried Paddy, promptly, "niver mmd about the size, at all mait them us ! f r I e. - .l. ... turge us cviiveniewitj curl r luc woii ft." Lowell VtX Populi. Au English stock-jobber, known Tor un rxatnpted parsimony, nllliough possessed ol ao iuiitvnse fortune, oue day met a very poor man, one of hi own rtlitin...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 February 1850

------v..---. r,w. SB EG LE ntiftr H. C. HICKOK, EDITOR. The Ixjwisburs Chronicle m hmicJ ever; WeuneaJa; morning at Lewiaburg, Uuioo county, Pennsylvania. Taa. $I.S0 per year, for cash actually in advance ; $ 1 ,75, paid within three month ; $3 irpaiJ within the r"; $, if not paid before the year et pirea ; single nambers, S cents. Sub scriptions for ail montba or leaa to ba paid in advance. Discontinuance optional with the TuMiaher eicept when the year ia paid up. Adverlierrarnla handsomely inserted at 50 rta per square one week, f 1 for a month, and $5 for a year ; a reduced price for longer advertisement. Two square, f 7 ; Mercantile advertiaementa not eiceeJing one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $1(1. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid for when banded in or delivered. All communications by mail must come poet, paid, accompanied l the addreaa of the writer, to receive attention. Thoaa relating eicluaivrly to the Editorial Department to be directed to H. C. Hiram, Ex)....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 February 1850

THE FARMER. fur the Lncuburg Chronicle. Mr. Editor : I find communication in 6ne of jour late papers, signed W. S. M., asking leave to throw in the widow's mite. The farts he state, are given in order la show how the different kinds of manure are to benefit the agriculturist in Lis pursuit but this last he has tiot done, that I can ace. H's statement does t.ot point cut sny particular difference in manures.anj woulJ be still mote valuable il he would add lo it some facts showing the value and import ance of the different kinds of manures. It apears from his way of arguing that W.S. M. wishes to convey the impresaieo that sap runs down the tree ana men puts on its annual layers in its downward course. He (.peaks of the sap to run up and spread on the upper side of the leaf, and there be cxhuled, and the under side of the leaf to iuhtilc : but be hie Dot fully explained himself here. He ought to told whether there was any communication tetween the upper and lower side of the leaf, suc...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 February 1850

IjKWISBURG CI1ROXICL.H AND WEST BltAXCII 1MII3IKU 2 hands TTTANTED. im-nediaiely, bv the sul.ii Y er-Vr M work their Boat yard. To la. htul h..J. constant employment Jwinburg, Feb. 12, 1830 I nion Democrat Miner.' Journsl Berk. A Journal, may inse.t the bove to the amount f 1 each nd chrge thi offi:- ELECTION. f I1HE Stockholders of the I.EWisai-ae Mir I FLIBlS TcBSriKB R" Co4SV, 7il p'ct take notice, that n Election will he hH.1 at ihe houe of Col.Saml richer oa Mux pat die 4ih dty t March. 1850. lor the purpose ot .: l..ul.l.,,i ami five Manager to mm. . i it 1 1 1 1 ir i.i it . - - - - ......ecus of the said Company tor oue .,, UEOUOE SCilNABEL, Pre. February 6. 1850 , . . I .1 l.'lf W2 and He Laines. The m 1 ..'I I II I il.li "- - i j uteir.ion ol the Ladies is particularly invited to a splendid iwnireui ATIN TOP RRM? If! J rpnls IK-r Vrd. Al", UMinnini m 25 cents as good as is sold elsewhere at 44 cei.ts. As the season ia advancing these toads wi'l be sold very cheap. b C. L. J...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 February 1850

I.KWISBUKG CIIltOXICL.H AND WEST BRANCH FARMER lUit anb i)umor. Old Zach's firet Dinner at tn Walts How On Thursday, Jan. 31st, iha Tresideot tntt-rtained the Hungarian at dinner, number of other distinguished guests being also to attendance. Among these was Mr. Benton, who during the course of conver sation, remarked thai "the first time be di ned in the While House was with Mr. Jef ferson, during his Presidency, acJ that he 1ad dind with every President lince tbnt time.' Well' rejoined the President, "I can date my firt dinner at lha White House a little further back than that, and 1 renum ber the circumstances attending it very well. 1 had came to Washington to get commission in the army, end having tumid the President's house, I went uf. to the door and knocked for admittance. No one came, and I knocked again. Still, no one came, and 1 continued to knock, but with out any success. At length, having fairly knocked and tttumperj tin my snuckics i nvprp aore I walked BWaV. and was ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 20 February 1850

LEW SBUM c LE, I; an H. C. HICKOK, EDITOR. Th Iewlsbars Cbronlrle i issued very Wednesday morning at LwiDurg, Lmou county, Pennsylvania. Ttun.$1.50 per ym, for ea.-h actually in advance: $I,7a, P"l within tbree months; $2 if paid within the ear; $2,50 if not paid bef..re tbe year ei rare ; single nunura, a cent. ud acriptiona fur aix montha or less to be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with Ibe Publisher eicrpl when tbe tear la pid up. Advertisement handsomely inserted at 50 cts per square one week, f 1 for a month, and $5 fi a vear : reduced price for Linger advertisements. Two squares, f 7 ; Mercantile advertisements nut eireeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, J 10 Casual advertisement and Job work to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. All communications bv mail must come post paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. 1 born relating exclusively to I he Editorial Uepartmeut to be directed to H. C Hickk, Era, , Editor and all on busi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 20 February 1850

I. I.EWISBUItG CIIIIONICL.K ANI WEST BIlAfcCIl FARMER ThU emigrating to CaliHiriU prove more disastrous 10 our common oouctty ihnu the Iraiissrtion of 81,'7, for I he losses will motly fall on the Northern Elate. Ade from all the prcuniary suf fering thut m'J necessarily ensue, the ln8 of life will be in ratio greater ihm (lie Fiorida and Mexican wars. This Cali f'rtta r-xjedisino will elicit fcr history fact H.Dt will cause thrill through many a henrl that will caire a fl.iod of tears from many widows an J orphaos. brothers and I am very much pleated, Mr. Editor, :hiit you give part of jour p.iner lo the Farmer. For the farmer has been neg lected too long, and I glory in your having so much of a farming spirit. Nothing in my opinion will im roe the mind and farms PrB of farmers more, than to learn the experience and opinion ot each other. I have gained more by reading agricultural papers, than the cost ten times over. Sometimes one ides will more than pay for a ears subscription. I...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 20 February 1850

I.EWISBUKG CilltOXICIiti ?AND WKST BUAXCII FARMEK , Tie manuscript The sale of ihe original MS. of the Fare well Address f Gen. Washington .i the (..,! ..f lu United Stales, took p'uces in Phihdelphia. oa Tuesday evening. It was .tarn J wi'h a Li I of 500. It ran up to $tWh where it stood for a period, and was tlif ii KoockeJ down to Rev. I ! ry I). ItoariLnan. Il was announced that hu pur chased il for James Lenox, Esq , a wealthy eit'seu f New York. A committee o! C)nr. wii in are n lnn-e, but it seems lby i!r:iijhi the Uu'.'ed Sia'es could tint J fcff.rd tn enter into deep lltioci w Hi pf:- j .'e ii.dMduu! iu biJJing for this yjI.i.iUIc TP1!.-. 2 Hands WANTED, immediately, dy the sub criber. t. work in their Boat-yard. To fai'hf'ul bauds, constant employment and liberal wage will be given. KRI'-K & SLIFER. Lewisburg, Feb. 12, 1859 fp.lBLti Coven A splendid assortment f PICKINGS. splendid assortment of Jttf cotton, linrn. and eloth tab! covers, I these ooods bv the niece or Ya...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 20 February 1850

UJit and flnmor. Solar Spots. Some calculate the length of the spot oo the sun at 39,000 miles ; aome at 27, 300 ; an astronomer at Carlisle, ftiin , ays its size is nearly equal to all North America. John Starewell says it is tug as a pea, lo hi eye, but, bring to far oiT.it may be ie reality as large as a grind aiooe. Sam Knowall contended tlmt it i as large as Richmond. " You fool,?' said Juho," hy, I could jump ovrr it t out leap." Mr. Omnoculus, (as it has been likened to a fly, or a bee, or a wasp, or Mn island like the Bermuda) is of opinion that a speck o! dirt was on the gl iss ihro' which it has been obserred. A is of op inion that it is the smoke of a great boo fitj in the solar woods. Bs)i it is a great hole in the eun. C thinks it is a burning mountain. D supposes the fua aurrounded wiib an atmosphere of election, and that a strong north-western wind has blown it mostly away in some planes so a to make the real sun appear dark. K, considering how large is the sun, appre...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 27 February 1850

W7 C H R 0 N 1 p H hi in Clu independent .fdwiln JJapcr ocoolci) to A'cius, Ciferatuie, 3o!i!ifs, gricn!huc, Science and iHornlitn. 11. C. HICKOK, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 1850. VOL. VI., NO. 48-308. mm Tllf I-Wiobiir Cliroitirlc i N-m-n -ery Wetfiiewjay morning at Luifcbur, Croud countv, Feiuisvlvanio. Tn.-$l 50 per yer, for ci-h adually in atvanre; Si, 75, piid within three months; $2 if paid within the year ; $2,.,fL,if nut paid b.'f.oe the year espire ; single niimlfm, 5 rent. Sub rr.ior, for ail nion;ln ur less to be (aid in advance. I)i-onl!iijjn,r o li.ii.3l uU 1U1 Publisher except when the vear is piid uji. AJ'erlnem. tils handsomely inserted at 5!) rt irr njU.vre one wek. f I for a month, and 0 f ir a ver ; a itilurcd price tor longer advertisement'. Two iuire,t, f 7 ; Merr.miile iJvertisi aw Ms t i. fp.iina one fji,n!i of a column, qtinrterlv. f 10. Cj'iil advertisement and Jot. hu to be paid I i.r nh.-n ban lit! in or dt-hvi-rcd. AH c .nimuriic-itiou by rniil mil -I e ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 27 February 1850

THE FARMER. Far the Uwitburg Chnmick . Mr. Editor: I see from a few criticisms ,n tbe last Chronicle, lhat Selim has la ken exception lo my previous article, and says that my statement does not point out any particular difference in manures, una would be still more valuable, if I would add to i'.&e- According to Selim thin of course 1 have failed in my purpo se Permit me to ask S to tend 'hat ar't.bv cond tin ; for. judging from hit own remarks, he could have r ad it but once, , and that superficially, or he would no have , put such const ruction upon it. True. I I ,'ated that tho facts were but preli.iiiuu- j . ft . .:..!. t,.s-nrA ihsm hut it i r, 10 n:u - - , ,e.-m. that S. ha, v.mly l.s.ked for ! ciue end cirect,' boih in one tnori aru 1 . . . r ..... . .u ..j..iTii.i. 1 1 . :r. tie. AS mcis ouii "j ... ...w ooMTvatious.) I offered tl.cm, presuming that the sensible rgiiculiurist would readily rake the right a; plication. Here is a uovr. I am asked it I lines. r.l;er ihe sup...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 27 February 1850

im wisburgTc nrilixi c l. ean d W KST him n C S 1 fa It MKH MEDICAL CARD. IR3. HAYES& DAVIS having entered ) into partnership in the practice of M .ti in. ."Her iheir prolessional services i,i in. niliaoitanl of Lewisburg and virini- ly. 'l'hey may he found at all time when not professionally enagnd. ai Dr. Hayos office. Lewisburg, Mirch I, 1850. ItX HaVk;, Mb. IS lAVs, M o. ltolicc. SUBSCRIBERS to the "University nt Lewtsburu,' are respectfully rcqoivtcd 4o pay tbtir Second Instalment, now due, M the Treasurer. And those who have not i nid the l: InstaTi are re-pei tfully notified (httt all such del n ..e'i'a-,w ill be charged Interest on their lii.ita!iiK tils from lite tunc thry become due. SAVt I. T. W ALKER. Tasa lewishiirg, Frh. 25, 1850. GOLD and SILVER X4 unly in California, hut alo in Ltwitburgf A food assortment of Watches, silt ervrare and Jewelry of fine quality and at City pi ices. Hatfield & Thompson R.pectfuilv inform the citizen of Lcwi.biiiir and virinilv. h...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 27 February 1850

KEWlSBtfUC CHUOXICLti AND WEST Bit AN ($11 FAKMKK fcDit an) t)mnor. Bralni and Color. Hottentot are not aurh fools as many persons with whiter clunk and a thousand more advantag. At a Rat River tempe r itee meeting, in the Hottentot country Hans Jose, in reply to ihe rmet.tmn whiil brandy had done for him, made tl.e follow ti svecch : " What n.tve I i4 by brandy t I haxr 't tiiis, (pointing to a hall spot n hik bead J livery person ehoutd confess hi tsulio, end I tell vou I hive J(,t pari f my t 'i through the brainy ; I n ri.lmse horse drm. k.nnd fi ll on a -t.-r.c. V hen 1 got up 1 rw a treat of h.tir nd a I lece rif mv heml upon lb !; lifii you drink lira inly, it moke you think of rveryihing that is Lad; i' mnke yon wish tor things ill it J. i not betonj: to you; and after yoii have ilionk i'. it n.nkes ou thirsty ngnin.1 The scn-iblo rnrtlo:on from these fuels iruv. thai brandy wa unneccesary, he would not use it oiin There are a threat many lighter fid f. ! V thin llnna Jie Mh...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 6 March 1850

-r - . J! iLU ana CVn inltcpcn&cnt Jumiln Ipopcr 5cuotcD to News, fiitcnitttrc. Politics. CVgricuitttre, 5cicnrc cr.u iUornliln. II. C. UJCKOK; EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1850. VOL. VI., NO. 49-509. wi fcrl P k m n Li JJ r..n Ji i a. m i t- The tfwhbur broalcie i iwy-d 1 44 fcWmco. i.ou n-c; Ul me tie on ; him, fWr I LaJ iu.aliM J him possessed .f : I ;.m to kuovr In what w ir I have oflvolou -... -w. ..i...:..., . i i... i . ! . ... - I ....... . ( J v,-v (U.IW..J morning .1 Li.t.ura, lin.,!. . ymr j,,. , , , wi,L you sutcC3Sf f, Tsn'n.-!jil SO ,,rciir, for ra b ar'ua.l In ' T od by." mlvmirr; $1.7. i'"J " l"rr "t.ih : $t lnr.i prjtsed Ler friend's LanJ, and ,h-v..r,(.jf;!.l!'ei,uiiil-...S:r,rK. fiuh ! MT.-d d,wn Stair. nn;.(i l; It m m.ii.lh. ur lia Ii t ; aiJ iu j lie Lai jilat closed the Street door, aKanc. .Ii-fniionuanr o; tlmal aim I be J I'o'Jishr ror -a-hen ths rrar op. A-itrttii rni.'.t havl-i.e'j uirTeJ at 51 ft l r .ytor n,,r mik. i f.i. it"r.i!i. mu ;;S f a .' ; a ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 6 March 1850

3 3 18 111 to: THE FARMER, For the LcwUburg Chronicle. Lime and Flatter. Mr. Editor There scorns to be a differ ence of opinion among fanners relative to the propriety of applying lime and plaster at the same time to the same soil. As this is a question, the correct decision of which must depend more upon actual ex periment and close observation than upon theories, however plausible they may ap pear, I will give you several experiments, (made by my father and myself,) with their results ; which, if you tluuk proper, you may publish for the consideration of the purely fifth, let me add that thou your " Fountain Hill " friend, as well as gands of men seme even when old have others who may be interested in its correct ' partaken of fruit of their own providing, determination. The first experiment hav- j nd the person referred to above, gave ing a bearing upon the question, was made upon corn, in 1841. We had not then commenced limiDg our corn ground, con eequently we used plaster in th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 6 March 1850

UJL IT I7UW1SBU11C CHKOX1CL.U AND WEST BRANCH FAUM25K EJin Forrest, the traordian. has ap plitd lo the Pa. Lefis'ature (or divorce from his wi'e. an English lady, on the k" i) ro'tu A (tlurl- wiiibuw was sun oy tr.e cm- r.ens of New Bedford, .Ma-, ten (lays a nee. aboul 8 oVIuck in 1M evening, it his'cd 20 inlnutei. ' The practice of sending valentines on 1 1.8 1 4i h of Fab. haa become no (.mall iiuisa nee. The Virginia legista'tire Ima voted thirty thousand dollars a year fur colonisation. The Nahvt!V Fi.u'lern Convention i liketv to prove a c-.mpt, te failure. TO TRUSTEES OF DISTRICT SCHOOLS A.tUTS HtSTKUI 'PO all persons interested in the dlflu-im I of useful knowledge. Valuable books lor public, private, an.1 district eehnol l.ib- ranes. S6i' Pictorial Ilbmy 12 ; .... i volumes, Itr octavo. substantially bour.d in leather. Embellished with more ihun Tito Thotttand Engraving ! designed and egecu'ed by the most eminent Artiats of England "'d America, 'Vn4& Ilia tvcUew-r, Ilwi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 6 March 1850

I.UW1SBUKG CUHOXlGfi AND WAIST BStAXCII FABMfiK lUit onft Qmnor. Cholera and Pumpkins. Tom Newbepm, as (at and v. it -bed i)iht as ever drove a learn in Hornby, when the cholera was at its highest in thir dly, brought in a cart load of pumpkins 10 deal out to our fruit loving citizen. On hi way, some one suggested to him the1 the cholera was raging in Bangor, and he aou'd be likely to become a victim if hi proceeded. . Tom ripped' oat an eve., vending ihe cholera to a certain place. snd bestowing an adverse blesmg upon every one who ad mitted the etisVoce of such a disca.e. He drove on asca'rnly and uncoi.ccr. edly as Man hi wont, un:il be reached the lop of Hammond street bill, when he met a cart in which was a c fli'i. I, I. . d,!l ,. t ,rr r..rn. t. ,c" ' ' I . run. h Ihou.ht. hut 1 he the grave in ch. lera did not orcur to him. Before he reached the limt of the hil!, however, the awful sight of five coffins coming out of a cab nrt-rt.aker's shop, cnttaed him to haul up at once. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 March 1850

LEW CHRON C J I71 &u independent .fhmtlti Paper deuolcd fo News, Citcratttte, Politico, CVgriculltue, Science nnd Utoraltln. .11. C. HICKOK, ED1T0K. . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1850, VOL VI., NO. 50-310, riic LewlMleiirg 1 liroiiiele: luod sr-ry Wednesday mornm,; at Lewishurg, Union t nty, I'euusyliania. Tiumi. 1.50 per year, f r ca-h actually fn i ranct; $1.75, paij within llirer months; f '. j aid within llie ear; $2,50 if not paid In-fore te ir eimreo ; single nuinncrs, 5 cents. Sub j. .iptiona (or six months or leas In be ui J in 4 ratice. Uiscnntiouance optinnst nun me Mistier except when the year ia piid up. AJvatiia mi-nts haml.-ameiy inserted at 50 els . : square one wei k. 1 for a month, and 5 for rar ; a reduced price Tor l inger advertisements. T o squares, f 7 ; Mercantile advertisements not : teding one-fourth of a cujumn, qtiatlerly, f 10. (ual advertisements n:iJ Job noik to bo paid I when handed in cr d. inered. All communitMlions by mart iDii-t come post id. accompan...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 March 1850

1JBWISBUR& CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER THE FARMER. For the Lnuitlmrg Ckrmick. Mr. Editor: With jour permission, 1 will cfler a Tew practical views, spiced with a little theory, upon green manuring ; by which I mean the ploughing io of plants or vegetables in their green state, either growing or spread opon the land for thai purpose. Every observer knows that air and wa- far are peculiarly important to the decom position of organic matter. Aa green veg etable substances contain a great quantity of the latter, they much more readily decompose than those which have been dried and therefore their effect are sooner realised when- mixed with the soil. Ilia healthy plant under the influence of air and light receives a large amount of its nutrition from tha atmospheie in the form ot gas carborric acid, which it returna to the soil, if buried in its green state, but which is sgaio act free if allowed to decay on the surface also a portion of the saline matter of the green vegetable ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle, and West Branch farmer. — 13 March 1850

Mas. Jam K. Poi. This lady has, learb.eioce & d"1'1 wband tmost ewrirefjr seclurM herself from soci wy. She Wffts to be inconsolable hi her grief.1 The hfige pillar of tbe new house Into which they bad just moved, when ike melancholy bereavement occurred, are alill craped with Week.1 - -... The Louisiana Home of Representatives has passeda bill auThiirizing married wo men to insure the live of .their .husbands lor their own benefit. "This hat been done j;i this Slate. See ttdv. ol the Eq. I us. Co. in another column. '' -- Cboij-r. This terrible dispart h said to have mad its appearance in Ouachita and Union counties, Arkansas. The El Dorado Union mentions eight deaths as having occurred on one pi mat ion near that town. ? . ; .; ; ri-; E. Z. C. Judson, atiaa Ned Duntlioe, tentc-nced to one year to Black well's Island, for participation in the Astur Place riot, has been pardoiicd by the Governor of ?" York. - - The Cherokee Advocate denies that the Cherokee sre desirous of annex...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle, And West Branch Farmer
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