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

CHRONICLE LEW BURG H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WOMEN, Printer. LEWISBUUG CUHONICLE 4I minSHIl FAMILY JOCBSAI., lined on Wednesday mornings at LewUburg, Union county, Pennsylcania. TERMS. tlM Jwr vcar, for cash actually in advance; 1 75, if paid within thr months; $2.00 if paid wilhin a vear ; jiiO if nut paid b.-f..re tin year npircs ; 5 cents for singla numbers. Surwnptioos for nil months or lens to paid in advance. Discoatiuuances opuonul with the Pu Wisher, ipt when the year is paid up. AnvEBTK'XBvri bandsomelT insert.! at 60 oents per uun, one work, $1 (rwir we. kn. $5 a year: two Binarea, i for six months. $7 fx a year. Mercantile aurrrtise m nta. not exceeding one fourth of a column, $10 a year. jab WYMtK and casual advertisementa to lie paid fcr When banded in or delivered. CowHCXK-arioMS eoliciUMl on all subjects of peneral inte rest not within the range of party or sectarian contest, at letters must come pot-panl. accompanied by the real address of the writer, to receive at...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 July 1851

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. growth and extended use of the fibre. Let no former who has flax growing be tempted to sell the seod by contract or otherwise for the present ; let none be given over to the tender mercies of oil-mills. We shall o"d all that is grown this year for sowing next pring, and it ia morally certain to i rr a liiir'i price even this Fall. The Siioiiius should caution their less watch - ai neighbors on this point. I shall be disappointed if a bnshel of Flax-seed be not worth two bushels of heat in most parts of our Country next May. Our ensuing Agricultural Fairs, state . , .1 j:r and local, snouia oe improved lor iuc uu- fusion of knowledge and the attainment of concert and mutual understanding with regard to the Flax Culture, For the pres ent, at any rate, few farmers can afford or will choose to incur the expense of the heavy machinery required to break and roughly dress their flax, so as to divest it of four fifths of its bulk and leave the f...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 July 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. la Lewisburg. 10th in. or R- P' Bint. JoaiTaas F. Vor tod Mitt CATaiBIS H. Baaisr. til of Lowitfcorf. Oo ibt 1st inst.. by Rt. Mr. Nichols. V.. L. Coasaxi of Clearfield and Miss Mm E. 8. Ltttissive of Northumberland. nj : . l. u ir n-ti n. V. JO AW .I,.', VJ ! . . .... LUI a., w D . -c t : I llfoi .Sanaa, lurmany vi ,.wwiasuwii, Mitt Etics, daughter of John Iaett, of Spruce Creek. Hunting Jon couotr. DEATHS. la Delaware Tp, 1st inst-, A fMiuii, in her 25th year. Id Huston Tp, lot inst.. Hsbbiit J., eldest daughter or John B. Meek, in her 3Jd year. In Bellelonte, 9ih inst. Cat' Tbezitclsii-, in hi 94 th year. At Duncen'e Ielaud, S9ih ult. Dr. Jossrn D. B. lean, in hit S9ih year. In 8eliasgrove, 6th in!., Saxccl Stock, in hit With year. In Lehigh county. 29th alt. Ret.Wa.Rcaain, formerly of Union county, aged about 55 year. CHEESE a new supply by Barton & Chalfant. BOSTON MESS SHAD in hall barrels for sale by J. Hayes & Co. Dissolu...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 July 1851

LEWISBURG- CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. tPtt cmi) jnn. Tor ti Lewisbanj ChronlcU. Mr. Editor : I hope you will publish thews lines, if it was for nothing else but l.-. ,,. T-nciiKtu immortalized : and do V UAIV Tint hold the Opinion that COtblllg MlOUlCl UV . hs pu'vi-ihod but what is purely Classic, or .,, v- i ,- ,l ,.,1,1 vou xn see ature entirely crow aea " . rC-ria; n! v. they shall be published : there should be JVinot'racv m Literature as well as in Politics and the Classics ought not to lie porniitted to monopolize the .Muses. Ucsidcs, is it not classically true that "Na ture unadorned is adorned the niOit?" Yea, verily. Ed. Chron. The Locusts. 1 prlcr to see. the locust coma and go, And sot a Bard esv to take the pen To keep tberu in remembrance, for a while At lre-ot until the creature come again. I've waited long to sew acme other start, Put find that 1 will bare to po before them, Co if I miss the knowledge they'd Impart, X will in eome degree forestall them. Why ...

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

CLE Yolnme VIII, ItTnmUr 17. Whole Number 381. H. 0. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORDENTPrinter. LEWISBDRG, ILMOX COUNTY, PEXX., WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1851. LEW CHROr 1 vJ T VWIsmiRG CHRONICLE kers Lave some troullc tokeeP thoir IIa- though just out of my trunk, is quite damp and soft. I have slept between ap thoughtful, the giddy, the wise, acd the foolish, are here in abundance. In niat- parently damp sheets every night since I Iters of dress, it is the custom fur gentle- cams here, jet no one thinks of taking ! men to dress very common, many border colJ. Your skin, indeed every thing that ing upon the slovenly. But the ladies, you touch has a glutinous, salty feeling ; poor creatures, fasbiou rules them here, nifieent balls, indeed everything for the I fail to meet with something strange, if I ' sleeve. Ti3 girl, though bearing the entertainment of the grave, the gay, the have caly the opportunity of examining, marks of premature age, could not ia re inncrsxDlsT rJtlLT jocrjtil. Issued o...

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

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Farmer. For t Lnrlfbarg Chronicle. Seei Wheat CMWretrsin' (Jk otW Jt with an ex re- o j riewoea tanaer in tnis county, ae gave uis opinrow. that one great cause ot smut in this cwtntry, was sowing the seed before it was Mfrn. He stated that he always . . . , ,, -aved his wheat for seed until it was fully ripe, and found it comparatively free from smut, wb vKlllk Via Vi&A tflAH IkLlAMaJ 1... 7 , ' T " T w' lre- quently had much smut. . ... ., Let farmers compare seed wheat with' V I .t . i r re I wheat in its results, and thereby find out when is the best time to cut. Much time is lost, and much labor is lost by our farmers, because they just do-as-father-did, and uever reflect examine and compare. V. New Species of Sheep. A new species of sheep has just been imported into Rhode Island, by M. B Ives, of I'otowonot. The sheep came from 300 miles in the interior of the East The experiment has satisfied Mr. Arm Coast of Africa. Tho v...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 July 1851

ft if: LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Union County Whig Convention. DELEGATE MEETINGS. TKo ti.ric Whig voter of Uoion ...1 i mt ;.. hu , county are rcq ...w. ... iviwnsn I us anu uuruuirns, 01 ius usual place Ol noiutng ciecuuiia, uu eDAV P. M.. the 9ih day of August next, to select two Delegates in each District to meet in County Convention nt the Court House in New Berlin, on the Mo.idav fol lowing (Aug. II) at 10, A. M., to form a Ticket for the next ensuing Election. By order of the Whip County Commit tee. July 5, 1851 r i 11 L?l.: S3 . On the 4th iust. by J H Zimmerman Esq, Jacob Gbhlicb mod Miss Lima Mieklt, ell cf Sunbury. In Circleville, O., 1st inrt. by Rev.J. Rowland. Giobob W. Biavib nd Miss Mart M.. Miller both formerly of Union Co. IV On the 18ih lilt- by Re HZiegler, Hi-oh P Miliar of Lewisburg and Miu Carouse FLii kikglr of Turbutville. DEATHS. (n Lewiaburg, morning of 22d in.L after two days' illness, Jacob Rhoaus, Sr.. aged 76 years. 8 months and 10 d...

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

LENVISBUllG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FAlttlER. I ft Hi t mil mH nmov. E j"iI raerism has begun to auvcr.sse; an 1 w t- !,. vir knew anything "l'a.l" which tiii that. The folk -n-iUfa isfrt'ia the Sf. Ho!: Wo-nx! Ho!! Xd t';. - who m input t.ue ia the n oole aim f i :i!..iu-iaiii:i; v.-man from her r s on; i-x, fi!l.-n, iJt'gtMih-d; iK-.-jiisi'il, dowu iri"! n, siHiI-'l-'i-n.-iiii; Siil'sorvii-in-y to mm, after a sad vspi'iiiiioi; of six th-.u-fcaiul years, these tiivteiits are sent, (.Ki.triNR : rpil;! undersignc J, li tvirg shaken ('13' the 1 ;:i..ti. teles t.f custom, sUu filed oft' the tml of Ut-liion, and becam-.- a fn e 1 in U. pendent member of reform. J hiimtinuy, Las i p: tied a shop on Hens lVcli Line, la Viwnb-.trg, whore rlie will keep tale, lor r.-ntly cash, a Iare :i.--..itiiK-tit of liot.fi, I'a'ifs. Ye.-t l'ieki'-, d!I:.r, an J all ' r an'iel. s suitable f..r lad'tV u'lite. Hu Las also :i Iiatt-1 HI. onu r C;.:h .-, 8Ku ( l.'.is, of r-. cent i;iip.--rt:iUoi, V.i''i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 July 1851

BURG RON Volnme YIH, Ovmtm IB. Wlwle Hambr 2. H. 0. HICKOX, Editor, a N. WORDENTPrlater. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1851. LEW C CLE. LEWISBURG CHRONICLE aw i!rnfniTT raMiLt JOCRJaL, toned on Wednesday morning) at Lewitlurg, Union county, Pennsylvania TKRHS. $Mb per year, for rtah ar-tuaHy In advancs; $ 1.75. If pad within tbree m-mllia; $i O-i if paid within m year ; f 2.50 if not paid b-fore 111 year npiM : 5 cent for in; ! numbers. Subscriptions r six month or lew. to be paid in Advance. D.soonttnuanres optimal with the l'abtiaher, exwnt wh-n the year in paid ap. nvcamiMirvTa han.ls-raiely inst-rted at 63 cents per frtuare, one wai-k, f 1 four we 'ks, $0 a mr: two squares, 4 for six months. $7 a year. Mereanti'e ailf-rU.. latnta. not exceeding: ona fourth of a column, $10 a rear. JOB WORK aud casual a ivcrtiavmcuts to he paid fur when banded in or delivered. CoamtuncaTHMa eulicitnl on all subjects of general Inte ract not within the ranee uf party or secta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 July 1851

LEWISBUBG CHRONICLE & AVEST BRANCH FARMER. The Cuban Insurrection. Washington, July 28. The National Intelligencer has intelligence from passen gers by the Label, who state that Havana w is filltd with rumors of revolt on the eastern part of the Island. Three com panies of the regiment of Cantabria (?) : re said to have thrown down their arms aud gone over to the patriot. The re minder of the regiment has been publicly di.slandcd. It is also rumored at Havana I hat the people of San Juan dc los Reme dies are in open insurrection, and have established a provisional government. The reported loss of three hundred Spanish troops is said to have occurred from the Finking of a scow whilst crossing the river. The Gaccta de Habana contains an official mnounccmcnt of the rout of two small parties of insurgents, and of the ordering i a court martial for the trial of the pns vit- rs. Baltimore, July 2S. Xcd Iuntlino Las arrived here with the steamer Mon mouth for repairs. As he is fresh fr...

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

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. .PEf BOLECTM, or BOCK dIL. aathral remedy tli . bottlw jut a. it flows from Uw a-ell 'i"u f u. kind. Kkn takea acoardi-r to the d.rectioas, it . r': z,.z::zu l joints, n'.': nil ErrabdaV riiaples on th. lace. Tetter. sld-head, Bi v-'Tj" l.u ruid .dMWwaa Kiieumausm. euraina,ioui c several can of Kheumatism of years' standing bare to .nesUreJv cured. lr Advetisemt rn another part of Uus pper. ly-ftveowil,-,! VOTICE. I will attend at the public house i of A. H. Btaim in tht Borough on tbe 1st day of September next for the purpose of collec ting and receiving tee acuuui. i -v- Lewisburg District DAVID RE BER, Treasurer. Lewisburg, July 23, 1851 To the Voters of Union County. ""IIMEXDS and Fellow Citizena! I hereby J? oiler myself to your consideration aa a can didate for tbe office of Kaoisrsa and lUroaiita at the ensuing election, if nominated by the Dem ocratic Whig County Convention, and respect lully solicit your support. Should I be nom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 July 1851

m m LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. ,.4 a.' 1 Xit ani tjumov. He Toal for a Horse. A Parisian pen proposes ihe following aiisii event lor iiisiory . A r t, r....ont races at Ascot, the famous At luo recent racia -i v- , j cree Tiberius l.roke bis leg ly bnuuainc- ; taiiist one of the posts tit the barrier , t Lilo preparing for the raee. II! owner, Lord .Mill-ill;, lost Uu tliotisand pouu.l.- . . . i t . l 1 U belS up-ill lltm, UC1J0S MS value , au I 1 1 rrs 1-t hoa ly tlie law of the course I ' 1 11 1 .:l I be'mi that all Ivfct bets SUiill be p:i:u, . . .1 -i .: IV.. ... . lieilKT tat; ia.iuiv w i u v..w , tiiloiit or less speed. Three .l ivs hftCrWarJ.-S T.ortl Mill-.1lll 1 cave a very euiiiptuous .iiiim-r. j;,,.,, 'I 11C niO' tlis.thifcUiilieil of the Kngli.-h lYc-rage wen jrescut, ai;J the coiiviviali-y ran liigli Toward the i-I'-sc, the nolle h"0t arose in Ms place, am! proposed to drink to the tit parted n'diiii. It wis clamorously re cvivetl, but tie speaker rt...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 August 1851

BURG CHR CLE LEWIS H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUltG CHRONICLE ax nDtniom family joxBXai, Issued on Wednendaif morning at LewUburg, Union eouny, l'tnnxykania. TFR W.t per yr. for cash artaally In advance; el 75. if paU within three monllu: if paid within a y.-ar ; if not pnid h-fore tlw your cxpin : WW for j vinftlc numbers. gulrrinlinns for rt moiitnn or hws. 10 i-ui.lhh.-r ewpt when tl rcir i paid up- w . t.n;.l in advance. Ih.enntimiMm' onuunai wiui uio St for six niontliJ.? for a year. Morrairtilc auw-ril-e- cine fourth of column. ?!0 a .war. Jolt WOISK and advertisements lo be prkl for c"i ah -j-imi-i o" ui(irf poi into.. T,. t not .itliin Ihe ranre of party or (-rtarijn V nt. -at. am irturemuito me p. tid aampnin.-a by iiie rrai ddn-s of the wriu-r, to twelve tu-ution. ,JTl1ci( irijtiniex. inTi-ivtotheiiiorwii)'rtnH-nt.toiieii- ...-i ... ii,it r IlirKor. fjltior and tlioda on . ri. in. v . - . - - bu'mvse to O. V Wuiex. rMitmr. ottiiw on Market street, l'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 August 1851

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. a ywi drill, even it' you Lave to pay a lit tle more for it ; it will pay you back. A I:id one is worse than uoue at all. But Jet no one suppose for a moment that be can rai.e a gioJ crop on an impoverished and liulf cultivated soil, by means of a ii:i'.l alone. 1 advocate for the drill no sr.ch virtues as tlia. If the farmer wishes to raise a good crop, he must keep his land clear, ia good condition and in good heart. The Potato Rot. The Legislature of Massachusetts, at its late session, authorized a state reward of $10,000 to be offered for the discovery of an effectual remedy for the potato rot. Several claimants have already appeared. The last is a Mr. Flanders, who ascribes t V; disease to a small black bug. This in sect has been submitted to the inspection of Prof. Harris, of Cambridge, who pro nounces it the tare of Crioceris trilieneata. He says that this insect has nothing to do with the potato rot, which ss far as he ran judge,...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 August 1851

Storagc,Forwarding, AND GRAIN BUSINESS. HGIBSOS irepectfully announces to the citixens of Union snd adjacent counties, that he has rented those large and commodious Store Houses and Wharf; lately occupied by Samaet Wolfe dec'd, south of the Lewisburg uiuiee, wnere ne win carry on Caneral COMMISSION Business. Sto.aoi carefully attended to and all kindi of GRAIS bought at the highest Market prices. H.U. Lewisburg, Aug. 1851 lj$ Orphans' Court Sale. P . evata. A g K E B A 8 LIT to an order of the O phane'Cou rt J.M. of L'nion couu y, will be solJ at Public a.'e on Satcbdat the a).h of September next, on the premises all :hat tnusuage an J 'J' I! AC f OF LAND tjiua . J iu Kt.!ly township adjoining lands of Jacob Hsrtman, heirs of Adam fMalil, Andrew Kellry nnd outer r mtaining about One Hundred and Fifteen Acre3, all cleared and in a good state of cultivation, on which are erected a good house and barn and nereMary out buil'lings. Also an orchard of excellent fruit on the premises, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 August 1851

i m LEWISBURG CHEONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. A Curious Hirtoricil Fact. ' Some LundreJ years ago, a nuinW of llic Professors of the E linlmrg Uuiversity attempted to publibli a work which sIiouM Ic a p-rfect spi-cimeri of tyiKigrajiuical ac curacy. Every prrciution wis taken to secure the dVsirvd result. Six experi enced prof rcal"H wcie employed, who devoted hours to the reading of each page, ani after it was thought to Je pwf.-cf-, it was passed np in the hall i.f the University, with a uotilicatiou that 50 would be paid to any person who could di.eovcr an error. Each page was suffered to remain two woeis in lb j pi ice wi.e-es it had been pasted, before the work w.ts printed, and the I'rofesFors thi uglit th y had attained the object for which they had been striv ing. When the work was issued, it was dicovered that several errors had lioon committed one of which was on I lie first line of the first pare. If a case of this lind should occur after all the precautions which had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 August 1851

CHRONICLE BURG LEW - - - i m m WWW- H. C. fflCKOK, Editor. a W. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG CUKONICLB Aw lPrl FAULT JOCBltAt. hsutdon WtJm9 morning at Lcwisburg, rPK-v, ',.h,. ., if Mid within a f.-VtiiW if not paid bef..retl year expire,: S .cent, tor I.1U HUIU ' " iio-Ie numlr. bulorriflKm lor in m w " L uaiJ 1 in advance. Dix.nt.nuanee optional with the PuEli.her.e.oei.t when the yeari paid up. AvT18tESTS hndoniely nwerted at SO otWJW .,, on. week, $1 four we. JS a year-two ., oar, ?l. month. 7 ft a year. M. r.ant.!eadvertie- h n luvniedinordeliveri'd. I I'oMl'XIi ATIO.NS solkiU-d on all ,ubj.-et of ceneral inte- rm,t not within the ran,. ' V"m "TTv Zi ! A ir-sTof tlie wrhvr- to receive ntlention. Those r.latinit exelu-lreW to the tutorial Wnmeui. . Id M IU" ' nio. iar-aud thoM on Souls, not Stations. Wlm shall judge a man from manaerr W ho shall ku.w him by hi dreast j-aui-n. may be tit f..r pnnec. 1'iiitee tit for aoineihmg In Cruniylwl hirt and dirty ja.'ket May Imclothe the p!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 August 1851

LEWISBTJKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. rrom the Pennsylvania Farm Journal. Diversity of Crops Cotton Coffee - and TeaFlax. i The interests of Agriculture are directly promoted by diversifying its productions, cn Vk.. 1. a a .7: a. .til luc I'rosperuiy oi auy uuiriu win generally be in proportion to the variety- c, , , r r , . , , . vt profitable crops, which are cultivated by its farmers. This is shown by th; vkiaity of our large cities, where the mar- keta iuv.'t; the cultivation of many vcee- ,!.!,,. ,1. l i . talllc productions, Which arc not grown at a il:Ktni,.p fmm c..,.i, I..,!:.:-., U.hiaUte lroni SUCh localities. There arc rprr mine .m;m,1il i , i ucre are Very many agricultural plants, xor me proauce or which we pay large euros, importing irom abroad, what may just as well be reared iu our country. .Neither the sugar cane, rice, tobacco, nor cotton plant is indigenous ; and yet these are all grown with unequalled success in the United States, and constitute by far ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 August 1851

LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. H. GERHART, Surgeon Dentist, Has asMorsD hit mi In Mr. Pennv packer', Lniversity Boatd 1 in? House, on the Race. Lewisburg. Aug. 12. '851 WP1 NOTICE. PROPOSALS will be received op to Sept. 25 far Four Male TEACHERS fjr the Lenris burg District the schools to commence on the 1st dsy of Oct. and to continue Five Months. Bt older of the Uoard : DAVID KEBER, Sec. (jPerson bavin; lumber or anvthing else on any of the lt belonging to the school houses are herrby notified to remove me same Dfiore the 1st dy of O.t. next. lug. il, iboi (jA New Vol. of the AMERICAN PHRE (lix;irti. jofTRAL (ommnifrt July 1, isil. Now it the time to subsrrilw. la-mtcd to I'bmmkiry, Phrsio- btr. Man?tim. rlifciwiioiiry. MtvbaniKln, htlucatinn, AKrirultun. th Natural fWeuces, anil tieiii-ral lntellig env.profurlv Illiiptrat.il: it ran not fail to interest every . la of m!r'rs. Ksvnr family, and especially tin young nil a auil women. sliouM linvc a ropy. It is printi-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 August 1851

LEWISBURG CHKONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. iDit anil Qnmov. Taking Votes. ! A trreat many years g, when there I were Save, in .Massachusetts, there was a I clenryman in a town iu Essex comity,, whom we rnaj call Key. Mr. Cogswell, j who had an olJ and favorite servant hy j the name of Cuffee. As was often the ' case, Cuffee had as much liberty to do as ! h- pleased as anybody else in the house ; J J Mid he probably entertained a; high re- t . ' irTn'Ct for himself. I 1 tout il l i Cuffee, on the Sabbath, might have been , . .. l' rn in the masters pew, looting round. . . , . j ' it n a grand air, ana, so tar as appearances ir.dieated, proGting fjuite a much by his ; muster's preaching as many other? about i , . r I I Cuffee noticed, one Sunday morning, that . several gentlemen wcretaking notes of the j sermon; and he determined to do the same thing. So, in the afternoon, he brought a sheet of paper and pen and ink. The min ister, happening to look down into his pew, could hardly ...

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