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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 June 1851

LEWIS BUM H. 0. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENS., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1851 Yolnme VIII, Pttabt 11. Whole Hnmber 37. " C AM I!SJlrI!lSST FAXILT J0CRX1L, luutd on Wednesday mornings at Lewisburg, Lmon county, fennsylcanta. JWfJfX $1.S0 por Tr. for rsli sHtlnllr in adranif: $1,73, if PiJ within Uinr months; f'i.uu if 'pud within yar; '5o if nut pil before tlir yrsrelliire: Srntfir stnid numbers. 2abAcriptkui for six soonth or less, to I- paid in advance. Diwontinuanm optional with tits JaMihr. esnrpt when the year is paid up. Advertisements hauiUHunrlr inwrrb-tl at 50 rent per auare, one week. $1 four week, $j a year: two squares, $t for six mouth., $7 for a year. Mercantile adrertise manta, n exeeedinK one fourth of a eolomn. S10-. JOB WOKK and casus advertisements to be paid for when handed in or delivered. Communications solicited on all subjects pf general tntret not within the ranee of party or wvtanan contest. Ail letters must come post-paid, ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Farmer. Flax ts. Cotton. Soma considerable inquiry, says the Cleveland Democrat, has of late been made in relation to the probabilities of a sunt-. cient supply of flax-cotton in the Northern States in case there should be demand for it for manufacturing purposes. The fol lowing data, gleaned from reliable sources, will be satisfactory to those interested in the growth of flax, or the manufacture of, i;n tr.P.fmm The annual imports of fine linens aver age about $35,000,000, and the wholesale prices of these cloths rango as high as to average 65 cents per yard ; while thc re tail prices go up to 95 cents and 91.20 per yard. In 1840 the number of acres of land on which grain, tic., was grown in tea of the Northern States, was about 29,000,000; and the flax crop of that in all the States North of the Ohio river, including Mary land, covered some 4.000.000 acres. Thc average crop of fiix lint is about 330 lbs. per acre, of which one-thir...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 June 1851

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. SqTNo changein the Matketa: gS"Tbe Keystone Mutual Life Insu rance Company, of Hamsburg, Pa. Guar antee capital 75,000. 1'retident, lion. Luther Reilly, M. D., Vice Pcetident, Hon. Augustus O. Heister, Directort, Wat. Col der, sen., Herman Alricks, John II. Berry hill, Daniel W. Gross, The. H. Willson, John P. Rutherford, Stephen Miller, Da vid Fleming. Secretary, John W. Will son. I. D. Rapp, Esq. the General Agent of this responsible and well known Company, visited this place last week; and made the following appointments: Local Agent, II. C. Hickok. Medical Examiner, Wm. Lciscr, M. D. Several policies have already been is sued, varying in amounts from 1,50W to 85,000, and the Agent is ready to receive applications at any time. Tersons of mod crate means and dependent families, will find a Life Policy, the best safeguard for them against future want and destitu tion. For the Lewisbur Chronicle. President Judge. To tbi CiTixasa or Union...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. .7r.' And of one, humlml an,f forty-six miles for Baltimore:! This. -Mr. S-pwt- er,t s; he prcfered route from JJaltimnre o I he west. It is the route that will com pel fairly with the free navigation of the V luio river and the ronnsyivaum raiiroau for h J trade and travel at Cincinnati. Sir, I do not claim to be " prophet, nor the j h n of a nrophet." but " coming events are ! now cistiug their shadows before" us, and t is tiie part of wisdom to be forewarned. 1 To prevent trade and travel from leaving , Jic public works of Pennsylvania, you t iliust build up l'itt-iburg you must offer I every inducement at that point to prevent j the trade of the west from diversinc from : the OJiio river at Cincinnati, at l'arkers- burg or at Wheeling. How, let me ask, .Mr. .Speaker, are you to accomplish this, if you clog up the avenues leading from your improvements to Haltimcvre, and compel your forwarding houses at Pitts- burg to say to the merch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 June 1851

UL . n. 1 Jo H. C. mCKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORDEJV, Printer. Volame VIII, PanttT 11 LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, . JUNE 18, 1851. LEWI SB M 0 GL AIT 1 3T DBF! XII SWT FAX1LT JOCHXAL. Issued on Wednesday mornings at Lewisburg. Union county, Pennsylvania TSRWS.$IJM per year, for cash actually In advance: f 1.75, if paid within tlirw- month ; $J,OU ii paid within a year; $250 rf nnt paid before the T.-ar Hvh: 6 cent for mnl number, tiubmriptionn tor six month or !. to be paid in advance. IMsconti nuances optional with the Publisher, wpt when the y-r u paid up. aarerawmenn nnnatotur inserteti at no cents per square, on wack, f i lour weoks, $i a yiu-: two Wiitni, $1 for aix month t, $7 fr a year. Mercantile tvlwrtu luvnta, not exceeding one fourth of a eulumu. J 10. JOB WORK and a.mal adrertiaemenU to be paid for when handed in or deiiw ml. Communication aoli-it-d on all utyt of genera iiilvici nu m iHuu uec nu m party or mwianan con vest, i All letters muit omw pot-paM, rcni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Kloss White Blue 8Um Wheat We hare received another communica- ion from "Querist," partly in answer to member of Congress. He at the same time Br. Drew's coiuinunioation in the Farmer addressed a letter to me which contained of April 24 tli, and partly in answer to an norder for a quantity of this wheat, to editorial article of his in the last Banner. be delivered at Baltimore for some Virgi The "Querist" abounds in the cawuic and nia farmers. I accordingly Bent it togoth arra. , and we think on the whole, had cr with a boat load of the same kind, ma later be laid aside. The principal "bone ! king in all 2000 bushels ; the greater part of contention" socms to be the assertion of ! of which was sold to Virginians for seed. Br. Drew's, that he "originally introduced i it f the Banner Wheat! from the Baltic Sea, in Europe." ' The subject, we think, is now pretty . well understood, or at any rate may be j well understood by reference to prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER! Ttv.thetrueDibn,iveFlmdort,aStricJu,ce' a .....i iknniiii curer.prepared from Kennel or the fourth stomach of the Ox, after directions Philadelphia. This i a truly wonderful rc for indigestion, dyspepsia, jaundice, constip l.cercomDlainl and debility, curing after Na own method, by Nature' own agenl, the Gastric Juice. See Advertisement in another column. Fur the l-ewisbun; ChruiucJe. Mr. Editor : There is no doubt that U mon county is entitled to the President Judge this fall. It is equally certain that the present Judge cannot and ought not to he continued. And too much care can not be taken to act in this matter with deliber ation. A President Judge should be com petent, in all respects ; and 1 don't know any one in the District more suitable for tint post than Hon. Joski-h Casey. lie is a well read lawyer, of marked ability, and success, second to none at this bar, and would preside in our courts, and write...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. i) r i a.1 ;4 St i tt ! Jf it i! J! 1? 1 l ; iPit an& ffnmot. Hoslcal CatacMam. Extracts. 1st. What is slur? An- Almost any remark one singer make about another. 2d. What is beating time ? Ads. Singing so fast that time can not keep up with you. 3d. What is a rest? Ans. Going out of the choir to get some refreshments. 4th. What is a staccato movement ? . , Ans. Leaving the choir in a huff,because one is dissatisfied with the leader's require ments. 5th. What is a swell ? - Ans. A professor of musio who pretends to know everything about the science, while he can not conceal his own ignorance. "Chabob it to Father." A dry good j dealer, well known in the vicinity of Broadway, and somewhat prominent for his various shakes and jerks when he pro menades tho streets, was on a foraging ex pedition a few days since in the Centre Market. Seeing a buxom Sucker girl in the distance, he approached her, seized her hand, and exclaimed with much wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 June 1851

LEWlSB'uMv'''6HM.NiOLB, Volnme VUL, Wmnter 13. Whole Nnmbcr 377. ' H. 0. BICKOK, Editor. LEWISBURG, UXION COUiNTYrPEM; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1851, a N. WORDEN, Printer, S IMfBSTnlST raMUT OCXL, ItntrJ on Wednaday mornings at Lttcislttrg, Union county, Pennsylvania,. TtttMXJM per year, tn cash actually in advance; $1,T, if paid wilhiD three mouths: $2.JM if paid within year; UO if not paid beta the uunpirw; Scents for aiugle number. iulriptm for six inontlw or loss. l he paid in advaner. Wsoontinuanoe ontiaiial with the Publisher, except wbn the year ii paid up. Advartiaeraenta handsomelv inserted at M cent per square, on we.-k. J I four weeks, $: a year : two squares, (t for six aannths. $7 for a year. Mercantile advertise ments, not exceeding; one fourth of a column, $10. JOB WORK an-l casual advertisement to be paid fur k LsbJiI In Br lili IKlVli Oommnnicariona snlicitod on all anVieets of p-neral inwrest not within tiie ranee of party or rtmn contest, all letters nna cme nost-naid....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 June 1851

LEWISBURG. CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. ho may be seen daily in pursuit of the Tds? I never meet one of these strag--ing louts without feeling strongly in clined to give him a good drubbing. What a triumph it must be to them to kill a harmless little wood-robin or field-lark ! No man possessed of a single spark of hu- inanity would be guilty of doing it, while no one oari plead necessity as an excuse for j his barbarous conduct. One half the time and effort, (to say nothing of the ex- pense of powder, shot, and wear and tear rf clothing,) if expended in almost any honest work would pay far better. If therefore, it can not be a matter of profit, it must be one of sport, and the man's mind must be an empty one, and his heart i cold one, who can find either amusement or sport in such an unmanly pursuit I appeal to the farmers and friends of the little birds in our own couDty as well as in every section of the State, to assist in preventing this exterminating warfare against harm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 June 1851

LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. YOUNG'S WOOLEN FACTORY, In West Buffalo township, Union Co., Pa., one mile above Gulden's Mill. THE subscriber ha lessed the sbovs well known Factory, and put the aame in first rate working order: and i prepared to da work at ib following rale iz : Broad Blanket, 60 el. per yard, Ctolb, 42 to 45 - - " Cassirueree, 4 45 " " Saninetts, 35 - " " Flannel. 85 to 37, - M " Alio Country Fulliug; Dyeing and Carding done on ihe shortest notice, in the best style, and on the most reasonable term. The patronage of tliepuoiic respecuiiiiy JACOB HEKTZLEH. licited. June 25. 1851. NOTICE TO TAX PATERS. THE tax payer of I'oion county will please take notice that as abatmkwt or FIVE rre caitT- will be gien by tlie Collector lo ail those who pay their respective Slate tax, on or beiore the I4ib day of JUL V next, but no abate ment will be given after caid day. The undersigned having no doubt of the in tegrity and fidelity, or the ability and disposi- lion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 June 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. tUit curt ijnmor. A New Pott-Office. Everybody who read the paper ii wro that one of the apicieat ii the Boston Post. Col. Greene, the editor, iaa great jokeT.but " one morning last week he was a joVce, as we will endcaror to show. A tall Vermon ter stepped into the Colonel's office, and inquired if there "was any letters in the office for him ?" The Colonel, who was hard at work up on an anti-ooalition "leader," replied in the negative. "Wa-all, this is the Tost Office, aint it?" "This is the office of the Tost," said the Colonel, very blandly. "Ye-as, just so. Wa-all, I didn't know but my old woman had rit down about the gownd I talked of gittin her. You sec I rum from np towards Vermont, with a lot of brumes and axe-helves, and sich like horticulture fixing, to see if I couldn't dic ker a little mite in Bosting. And " "You will find no letter here,'' Mid the Colonel, interrupting in the full flow of his,nrnflive "This is the office of...

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

LEWISBURG OEEON-I- CLEf u H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENS., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1851. Volume VIE, Number 14. Wlfole Number---378. AW IDFPXIT FAMILY JOUHSIL, Issued on Wednesday mornings at Leuislurg, Vniun county, l'cHmsylcania. mr ire si SO nir vir. for rmali vtiiallT In a.tTanco; f Ji, if paid witliin three month.: SiM if iid within s 'ear: i-.jtl if not r'l before the yearejpiri": &vntslr ingle numbers. Butneriiitioni! for si monlli or lew. to be paid iu advance. lliooii-iiiuni oi'tioual with tile 1'ublUher. rso-pt when the yval in paid up. Advertisements handsuin.ly inserted at 60 cents per sauare, one we-k. $1 four week. $ a T.-ar: two uar.a, $4 for six monthi. $7 for a jremr. M.n--iiti-- advertue manu, not exoeedin? one fourth of a ooiumn. $10. JOB WOKK and casual advertbjeinunU to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. i . Mnnr.hnm SoliHUil OH all subject! Of general intvrest not within the ransre of pnrty or sectarian omtert. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 July 1851

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. be condition of that pasture, whether it has the right kind of herbage, or good wa ter, or shade, or anything else, except convenient space in which a ramble, and fence sufficient to prevent cattle from breaking in or breaking out Another nan is more scrupulous, and not onlj sees that his cow has a pasture fulfrof the best of grasses good, sweet, pure water, and convenient shade but also treats her to a mess of 6horts, and a handful of salt cca sionally, and other nutritives to match. As a matter of course, this last man's cow will do much better than that of the for mer, even if she should not be naturally better. The different breeds of cows have had, at different times, their friends and advo cates, but after considerable experience in some of the different breeds, we have found that none of them are constantly and uni formly good milkers, while among them all there often come up some extra mil kers. The great object of the improvers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 July 1851

L LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. io'-r i A 'ana I YOUNG'S WOOLEN FACTORY, T- Twiihurir. 24th ult, by Rev. P. B. i In West Buffalo township, Union Co., Pa iw.,, Mi I. L. Bakuett, of Clearfield, I one mile above Gulden s Mill. and Miss fieBBCCA BLAIR of this place, j rpHE subscriber hat leased (he above well t t o i tl, tilt . hv V.pv. T. S. I I known Factory, and put the same in first- iI Tr V'. tU W Il iLEflf Wistown ! '" inj o,Jer: and is prepared to do work ,;.', V ' , r A i I at the fo owing DEATHS. InLewishurg,25th ult, Charles F., son of Mary and Jesse Cornelius, in his 2d year. In Kellj Tp., 1st inst., aged 51 years, Mrs. BBBE,wife of John Snyder. In Chilisquaque, on Saturday week, Mr. John McCleeht, in the 8Cth year of his age. In Chilisquarjue, on Sunday week, Mr. Jeremiah Smith, aged 86 years. In Philadelphia, Monday week, Ei.isnA II. Bigos, of the Exchange Hotel in Blooinsburg, aged about 45 years. V'STAfa'TED some suitable person to act 1 m SEXTON for the B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 July 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. n 5:: Bow a CoustrA-ic mile Lis first Levy. In one of iho interior counties of Ten tifcSocr', au ii ilerate man name Jake Short, who of law matters, it might truly be said 'di,l not know as uiueh as the law al lows Iiiiu" ly some cbauce was elected constable. The next day be was met by a neighbor utr'uiing like a military officer, with bis raddlc-bags on his arm. 'Hold on, Jake," says bo. "The wheels of government never stop!" "doing to make a levy?" "Yen, got the document in my saddle bags." "You bad better look out, the List man in, lost by not doing bis busiucss accord ing to law." "Can't catch me, I'm up to bow it's done," answered the new made official, jToudly, never turning bis bead as be strode along. ''Let me see," soliloquizes be, ''I am to distrain for rent, attach all the property I can lay bands on.'' When be arrived at the tenement, be found it vacated, and no visible means left. "Whew where am I to make my mile age? a pill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 July 1851

u BURG CLE 1 C ROW I I M I -41 s r - H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N.WOKDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1851. Volume YHI, Niimtor 16. Whole Number 379. 7.,u o HWerfy morning W&urg, iron eonnfy, .-nnjim. . . jo per rat, for cash actually in adrmnc; year; :u. .J, ,nth 01 .k.i.tiiiii for si Month" or m, w 1icoihih u:m "i"-'" AdrU..m.n.. hdy -nj-r. tw0 $1 for ri -01l!'0fr"of. column, til. wfK2T5iS f '.av.rU.. U be paid for Oommnmclion rtT r ,i contort. Mr of "rw7lU '0b.rT,,)rial lepartm.t, to be l.u.inW. to O. N. WOSM. ' KWls','7-- . Olho. on Mara .trcct, bet""- ti pouia. O. N. WOKKKN, rroprietor. Fourth of July Songs. We come with hearts of gladness. To breathe our songs ol praise, Let not a note of sadness e blended in the lays ; For 'tis a hallowed story, The theme of freedom's birth, Our father' deeds ol glory Are echoed 'round the earth. The sound U waxing stronger, And thrones and nations hear, Kings may oppress no longer. For freedom's reign is nea...

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

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Tat tha Ltvtabarg Chronlcla. Seeding In Grain. Mb. Editor : Soon the season will be at hud when the farmer will be busy seed ing, provided he intend reaping harvest next year ; and in order to reap a good harvest, it is important that the seed be pot in properly, and in the best manner. That drilling in wheat is any better than owing broad cast, was a subject of con troversy a few years ago ; very few were willing to admit the fact until convinced by ocular demonstrate seeing with their own eyes the increased number of chocks in the field. It is therefore no moro a mooted question, and almost uni versally admitted in this neighborhood, where sufficient experience has been had, that drilling is decidedly the most expedi tions, best and surest mode of putting in seed, less subject to suffer through open nd freezing winters, because the constant working down of the soil from the ridges made by the drill into the ravines or hol lows suffie'e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 July 1851

J II LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. To" the Young Whigs of Lewisburg and vicinity. A meeting of those desiring the forma tion of a JOHNSTON CLUB in this jilaei, will be held oa Friday evening, Ju ly 1 1, 1 $51, at which time the Club will be organized, officers elected, and all the pre liminaries of active business attended tt. The attendance of all favorable to the par ty and its nominees, is respectfully request ed. " God speed the rirht." E rLURIUl'S UNUM. Union County Whig Convention. DELEGATE MEETIXS. The .'Jtfiiiocratic Whig voters of Union count? are requested to meet in their res pective Townships and Koroughs, at the . I r I ii- i-m . c usual place oi noiaing i-.iecnons, on oat t KDAV P. M.. the 9lh day of August next, to select two Delegates in each District to meet in County Convention at the Court Hou-e in New Berlin, on the Monday fol lowing (Aug. 1 1) at 10. A. M., to form a Ticket for the next ensuing Election. By order of the H'hig County Commit tee. J...

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

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. FhUanthropM at Fault AH pensive w allied the charcoal mia II it charcoal a:rt band'. And plaintive was lha (una in which H marchamliu ba cried ; Ac J mournful u lha look ha cast Anon upon tha jr.vond. And carries. aa. the fata ha turned Upon lha pple "round. A gloom was railing on hia brow. It tn'nble dire bespoke. Adding a new and darker hue To clouds of charcoal smoke While all the arorld around wae bright, And other hearta were glad, Methout,hi it was ha walked a'.ODa Of all the people aad. "Why riliel thou, poor charcoal man 1 Why fali the bitter tear 1 . Ia there no balm to eate tby pain t Si a one to aoolbe thre, near 1 ' Then calmly apoke the charcoal man : I haven't any woea ; And that 'ere tear. u iwnt joq aaw A-rumin down my now, 'And I thinkin' eery deep Tha; I u dry aa nn, Ar. ! wondering bow I'd rii-a a drink. And hadn't got the ti !" Boston Poat. The Telegraph in St. Louis. "Ve lire indebted to the Reveille for the eiue-.'p...

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