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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 February 1852

LEWISBUIIG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH .FARMER. Iforrisburg, Jan. 20. TheCnmil Hoard have made Ibe following appointment-: F. K. Weil, Superintendent and Supervisor td'lhe Portage Railroad ; J. If. Haker.Su perinlendent and Supervisor ol the Colum bia Kuilroad. . The following Supervisors were also nppoimed : G. v Clnsson, for Executor's Sale.: 7 1 LI. Ix- oM at Public Sale, at tha hnne uf A.H Hi i, l.wi.liufj, on Saturday the M'h any of February, 185'.!, the following STOCKS : 3d shares in the Xorthiimhrrlund Bank, the Oelawaie D.viion ; J. S. a! tiler tor to snares m tne newisuurj, linage Lorn- the Lower Juniata Division; J. A. ( un- i puny rinshnm, for the Upper Juniata Division ; 50 share in the Lewtslown Hunk, J. IWra, fur the t'pper U'eslern Division ; : 5 shares in the wburg &, Mitfiii.burg II. llodeariiipt. for i he Susquehanna Divis- j Turnpike Company, ion and G. W. Search for the North 2 shares in theCenterTurnpikeCompanv, Dranch division. The Forrt-st divorce case, s...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 February 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. I r REUSEr: a:.d thele. A HOST FAT1ITIC BALL.U ST E.tUIM In Manchester a maiden dwelt. Her nerue wit Putl Brown. He, cheek was nd. hrr faiir nan black. And she 3i eenside.ed by good judges I'1 j be by U odjs the be.l lookir.g 6,:' n l,,Bn- Her age was nearly seventeen. Kef cjc rvete sparkling bright. A cr lovely girl '' wa. An. f.if ahout a year an I a h!f ih.ve ha.l been a young man paving attention l:er bT the nscw of Uruix n Wright. Sow lleufen was a nice young man. As a. y in the town And I'licL loved him very dear, i!.,t on liia account of lulus o'-lti' to WO.k lor I v : . l : I.. ...... ..vnM ii iirftaLie iu Mr. nu Mr-. Uioaq. Her cnifl iarwt wt-re irtoIvcJ A f''h U rmsp in the place. Ac1 oM Jilu Ur. wii ffrqLCr.tlr i!rUrf 1 lhat .vnc r (bar. li.ivfl hi dauyhur marry K -Lcn V light he'd soonct Luck turn uu Uie hcail. Bot !'r.eb heart was trite an! tritig, She f"- not rarent'a irftwii, Al a fw Keu'-ieu WiigUi j bold le heard him naf...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 February 1852

LEWIS BUBG HEONICLE ) ' II. C. 1I1CKOK, Kwtok. O. X. WOIiDKX, rniXTEit. VOL. VIII NO. 42. li', LEWISBORG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1852. ( TVholi Ncybsb, 410. 0 s - H V J LliWISHUiMi ClIHONlCLKj 3rtir!ro D;fVmi lust toed.. , f.rciuh A'-tunllT in n-lvnm.-: ii p i i- ' 11 I'Ul'i U I! hill par I I. li.rotLr v.r i -.r. : a,:t f Ui,U,..,r Iw, 1. ...iiii i.i iilvunf ! .iitmu.ii.'. s .j'ti'jiiil Hil.lt ti.o I'u jti.-lnT.r ;il lv-it tin- ear i j ., J ia;.. r ( i.n-. w-k. l I .ur ?!;.. a vi-ar: tiro cinarvs, A German claims of his C0UI1 i. 1-r si. ui -ntiis. . I a ..-ur. M l a-,L: aii.ir.i-0 I i 1,1 nli. n .: .ic -.slnn; i nt f.,irth ..t'a . 1 mm um.r IrVUICU la till! SUUle UolillU- .l.iil W Oitli a i iiii.-uiiio-as u C -Ms. Si .lUiia .,,ii-:'.ni olint! MlL.vcl cf jjfm-rhl int.-- r I II 't i. I.H1 tin iai, ,,f i,rli ! .rtaii;.n r .n!.. t iriu. il.it 111 .'l!l .1 ii .1 1 r. 1. t r ill li .1 1:114 '.1 nil . li::n r. I'l -;i-. n. r an i ''.-. In ui M.iv i:i. i: i.i . i... . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 February 1852

farther, bu. ha feyrc-.l. wiubi unsupported, to do mere than be Jid; His own ch.rc- t", in aui-tion, La3 a two-fold aspect.- Dy ir.rth, fortuin.', connexion, and hnbits in life, ha is an r t ' ; wbi'.o ia many le-pecfs, his mlt.d the te verse-. Hisins- ... - w n( fa.ii. . ... Hi. tlin AinljI'.rrit Luva'bsM e.ntLnnlIy clewed I t bis' .1 . at 1 i t; . -a i--a lit nan order. It is in oonscquence- of these con tradictory influent at work within him, tbat End him one while favorii'g the Hungarian Kcwuth, and, at another time, applauding Louis Napoleon's 'coup d'etat. But England, owes ber present degrada tion, not to s-y danger, to other and! remoter causes. She ia reaping now what was sewn by herself ia 1703 and 1815. From the moment that the French people, towards tbe close ef the last century, de clared themselves in favor of republicanism, Kugi&nl determined, by force of arms, to thrust monarchy back upon tbi in. This w-s tbs policy of litt, and subsequently of Castlcrcagh ; and ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 February 1852

JUL LEWISBIJEG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. IIabkissuko, Feb. 10, 4,r.M. Mr. 0. X. Worden : THE SlTI'LEMEST TO TFIB SUXBORY & Erik Railroad Charter, iias passed, WITHOUT I'ACKEB'S AMENDMENT. ELI SLIFER. The word "lasl" is a 5 re I contradic linn as we hare in the English language. 'I'ne Delaware una fast because the ice was immovable, and the im uisapprared fast Vr the contrary reason, it was bose. A I tk is called last when it goes quicker than tune, but a man is told to s'ttiid last when ne 1 dpsircd to remain stationary. I', ople fast when they have nothing t rat ; J tint oat last, cotiiequeuily, when ujiportu 11 ty olTi rs u eat. Hy en error in fuuling op ihe returns in Philadelphia County, .Mr. Demers was returned elected to the Legislature, instead of Mr. rainier, who had the most votes. Mr. D-jiners took his seal and I.ept il until lat week, when an itivesti '.nion resulted III his ) ield'iij! Ins seat to Mr. I'.iinler. I Colli eenileinen are ol the Democratic i to...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 February 1852

Executors Sale. will M!d e s,,e- ,be ho,," ot AJI Lewiaborg, on Saturday the U h da; ol lebruary. 1852. the following STOCKS : 30 shares in the Northumberland Bank. 05 shares in the Lewburg Buge Com pany, 60 shares io the Lewietown Br.lt. 5 shares in the Leaisburg Si MitH nburg Turnpike Company. 2 harea io iheCen'e.-Turopikeompany, 2 kbares io ihe Loyaloock Gup Turnpike Company. !e io commence at 10 o'clock. A M. when tttic of i will U mad 1 1.011 by J(KEPH GliEEN, JOHN WALLS, THOMAS JlOtt ABI', Eiecutor of Gen. A Gni.sv, deceased argam T, , . . i .v ... r HE undetected wou'd call ihe attention of Ihe public genriallv and e pe ially cilia- ns oi Lewisburg to the fact'thsi they 6V.ii lo cloae , . . - i i their business of Meichsudiling in Lewisbuig. and will therefor sell their stock ot goods now m band. IX W HOLE or IX PAR T. at a vc.y .m.ll .ie.nc.inn iha mail advance on We -"IKbT COST PRIC ED "B " ' Any or an Mrv-e 01 .vjevcnariawe 1 louuce or Trade wiii 1 tsken in exchange at t'e...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 February 1852
Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 February 1852
Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 February 1852

LEW1SBUJRG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. &riili3 lasl iDcck. ' Tue Hui'ei Herald sy : ' There is a men. ber limn i'avette :o. B y wbo "iji" hmiselt" w fc Ve, and i a clever felio as . ver w.n , rnnned to o.-cu,.y a ; -at in the Legislative 11 "e ' ' u J ' fdeej, ctmUiiy. e.od uaioreJ "h" h won the ...lecnons " ".nuer i ... u..ll.ul a inula I Ilia i House. -n"J aw - - rf mrv islen'. tl I a man aner our on fcesr', anil Wui t tvuted ior thus puoicJy uoiicing hi.ii. Faete enun' Jim i.i i im, at leasi. made a judicious - arci-on, and we feel confident her interests will be latihiuliy alteudrd la. It thi-y ae not.it will noi be the fault ol Haok & Wie." W have made the acquaiutauee, and been lavorably in;pred wi'h hull ol this firm ; but the better hi' it alill un known lo US. Dein. Union. J-The gentleman named above, has also introduced into the liousa a proposi- ticn to exempt from the benSt of all ex-; eaption laws, debts due for newspapers, This would be a righteous act....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 February 1852

LEWISBU11G CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. SHORT Cot TO Ttupcmvi t. The ..L i li tMrfcB ' real Chester Jt-fiersoniun nks, "il the S.-na's anri I l.iiiaa. mra in vole air wh. n iHn' e na ""re o vine r, nm the Speakere ask 'Shall ihe Main riuesti.in i ,. . i . . . DOW lx put!' WOUld that settle the Inker question?' An ffirmie vote when the Maine question I put, Will Settle Ilie que lion. The Milwaakie Adveriser ir.tii sum? up b. liaftftin ftiMMlinn Alio " .1.1. 1 1 . ' t, , , consideration ..I all the arK..roent. f..i at.d against capital punishment, we have ctime to the conclusion that ihe 'dew 01 tiHture ehould never be paid, if it can't te eoliee- ! ted without as execution. , . , ,, A rich bachelor of iNew Jersey reentry died, leavinjr by will several lfj!c'P. ll from ten to Ittenlv-i'ive lliiHriil dullitni arh, to l.-idies whom be bad addrcsijed, liuthobal rfjertr-d hun. Hit said tlmt they had afiervvardi urcin to be ?vi ui! , that he could lit be snfli -letilly raVlul. ( Kos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 March 1852

CLE - i i.- II I) 1 H. C. HICKOK, Editor.. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUBG, UNION COUNTY, PEM , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1852. VOL. VIII NO. 45 Wholi Nckbib, 413. LEW1SBUUG CHRONICLE aa iirniraaiiisT naur Jocii, limed an Wednesday mornings at LeivUburg, Union county, Pennylranic. rCff V.t J1.50 pt Tear, fnr rash a-tualW in a trance; 11.7&, If paid wilhiu throe months; f'i,0J if paid within m year; if not pahl before tba year expin:; St rul for iu)a nuroliera. Sulawripti.wia fur ei mouth or les, to t paid in advance. liiseoutinuancee optional will the Pulili.ber, eepl whfn the year i paiil up. AnTnTldf MKrra hinliioaieljr ineert.il at SO cents per square, on aret'kf l four wei-kst. fj a year; two iuarri, $t for eix mnutlifl. S7 for a jear. Mercantile aWi.rti-jm-ntJi. wit exceeding one fourth of a eoluiuo, $10 a year. JOB WuKh auu casual etreru-nieiiU to be paiU fur hn haO'led In or dVhrereil. Coalll !Wno solicited on all tulu'tti of general inte rest not wilbin the ran-e of party or ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 March 1852

good apples have not been worth at leant twenty-five cents, which, for the small crop just tet down, would make the yearly net produot f 17 per acre, or more than two thirds the capital invested. With other fruits, the price is odea much big acr Good late pears, after transportation to great distances, sell in our cities at time to fire dollars per bushel. 8ingle tree, producing eight to twelve bushels each, have in a nunibr of instances afforded a profit of twenty or thirty dollars. Farm of a hundred acres are scarcely ever made to yield so much as a well managed single acre of such pear trues would produce. I)bep Soii. and Deep Roots. A working farmer 6ajs: ; have seen the1 roots of strawberries extend five feet down into a rkh deep soil, and those plant bore a crop of fruit five time, and twice as handsome and good as the common soil only ona foot djop." The average verti cal depth to which roots descend iuto well disintegrated toil, is thirty-four inches, and their length, as ab...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 March 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Scf&emb Court ill Bakc Chief Jot lice Black, and Justice Lewia, Lowrie tod Coulter. Bank of the United bittcs va the Uim Decidedly the bifgest coalitionist going la the Prince President ol trance. Me ha contrived to rally about him the property. the church sing lo-Lmums, and the army mouwealih of Pennsylvania. Opinion by stinds ready to massacre to sustain his the Chief Justice. Judgment affirmed, power. These are the two cases in which ft? Com-I nn 1l k nhtwinart iilHtirfMnt AoainSf the liank of the United Slates in tho District Court, for nine hundred thousand dollars with interest, amounting in the aggregate lo about S1.300.00U, From these judg. mentsthe Bauk appealed; but it will be Men i hit the Supreme Court has una me J the Bink'e liability tu pay the bonus. Baltimore. Wed... Feb 25. 1832. Gov. Lowe has removed all the office holders in the Slate. 1 he list of appoint ment comprises over 2,t'00 names. The Louisville Courier co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 March 1852

LEW1SBUKG C1U10NICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER; j tiJit an 55W!i. iTjpes and tebgraplis, as well as pen are liable to err. Thus a man named liarnry recently died at tbo residence of Hon. James G. Birnry, once an Anti Slavery candidate for President, and forth with tha papcra bad the death of Mr. Birney himself, who Lad already been announced as dead about four years ago. It is true, Mr. Birney has recently recom mended Colonisation to bis colored friends, but it was since his reported death. Last year, Warner M. Preston, one of the Whig State Committee, found himself IIWcn E. Triftnff, in type. Hon. Henry M. Fuller, of Luzerne, we see given to poster ity in a Syracuse paper, as Col. Ilnry P. Miller, of Luztrene. " And this" (said Byron or somebody else, we won't .be eertain at present) " is fame to be run through with a bayonet, and have your yJoriout name spelt wrong in the news papers I" Extraordinary novelties. We are hardly surprised by the intelli gence that Mr. Itanium is now i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 March 1852

LEW ORG CHRONICLE II. C IIICKOK, Editor. VOL. VIII NO. 40. WflOLX NCilBXR, 414. LEWISBURG, UiNiON COUNTY, PENK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1852. 0. N. WORDEN, Prixtee SB LEWISBUItG CHItOMCLE Issued on Wednesday mornings at Ltwisbttrg, Union county, Venwyhania TT.ft VS. V?tO pit j'-mr. fr ruh artunliv in advanc; 1. i, if it!tin tlinv month; -.M.J if paid within a rr; J .'0 it nut td U'tinx the year rxp.n" ; 5 int fi.r Piii-le number. httlirripiifMi fir id ni ith or to W akI in ad vain. ti-iml.ntiau-i fitiuul wiUt the rjllihT,ivft hn the yeari ul up. Auvkrtiukmlsw nn.tui,iv itic-ruti hi ov per i P-ltmre. wi wcvh. 1 f r wn ks. A m yrar: two iiarrs, I $ fitrni month. tor r. hr-tntil Julv-rriMs- j W tit. MM er-evtlni one fourth !' e-.I'iimi. $U r;ir. ( J. til WJllK and oa-tial a iertiuim tu U j.id lor j htn han-ie-d in ir UirlivereJ. j t Vmmi'XI' ATmxK siiifi J onall utjTt of pfneral int1- j r-4 t .thia the rwi re of rty or wIhikui cnL ( A I leiiem mu.st fin.' 'i-t raiil. uv.-miiWi.fd ly the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 March 1852

V-' 1 IV. l...i-r:..lllLlirisL lrl ill- ' ITuis 18 the seaso ty Barrett and Co.. horticulturists, is iu, euructive aud useliii :j "The man who ilurt a tree a he would a put! but betrays his ignorance r the orgauic structure of trees, and defeats Lit own object. He desires the tree to . ml pinnlnTR a sure rreventive ; for j i j - trees will not lutein- rudely thrust into , I ' tUO cartn: luey require ....7.. ;": the true r-enw of the word. And til tat ' consists in diggin the holes broad and '. Wn then refilling each hole ITlMt tilt Stir- U1- r ' S . . mi'', so that the tree, when placed j tinnn it will Stand 110 deeter than it origi- j Upon U, Will SVJMU 1 f I nullu Ktfiorl in the nurserv : and while : filling in, place the root as nearly in their j former position as posxibli', and secure them so, by placing the soil around and between them with the hand. 1I"11 the tiee in the position in which yon desire it to stand, with one hand, and with the other gently jar it, so that the ear...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 March 1852

LEAVISBTJKGr CHEONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. RECEIPTS Aim EXPENDITURES Of Union County, by the Commissioners and Treasurers of said County, from tlie first of January 1851, to the first of January 1852. UlSrajl'ta. Beaver WertBaavsr Buff:o KaM Bnffalo Wast BnHalo Cntra Chapaua Hartley Kelly Lewisburg Limestone lMdieereek Coiurrmw Kat. L'nioa Washington W bite IM Philip Kinry HersteUer John Fox I John Young jim Htm Jacob rMchlr y .-wnoa strauser Christian Mench John Huntingdon John Norton John v". Barber Henry inra-er O. S. lounKinan Jeorje Delhi lll.-o.nre Knmit Jacob Minium. William MTlierson II. Ileimtwch Fraud Walker $ Those marked thus f hv paid in part t luce settlement. Aaot-st i'uaksui. Avmunv Kn sited. Cm'a A El'.vt. BaiAct. va. State. Coimtv 8tate Ooontv. State. County. State. Coimty. jiiu.97 TrTJi rouoo ios,2o wo'ia 42,06 huaj 610.40 iCM.-.1 4V.W.U0 12H.00 aS.79 V35S. 17U.04 VHIJH 140.IK 6S4.3S WS.H 61.16 3. 3.42 loos 06 M7.S7 MS 00 S1.4W xs,34 10.61 2Ml 03 Sav.lW So,7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 March 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER; tt)U nni Qutnot. IQuThe following droll scrap from tbs German represents very fairly the rean'it inrp of a Lraiu in love wiiii the intoxi cating bowl : Out of the Tavern. Out of the tavern I've just r t-il te-nkht, street! you are cauirht in a verv ha.1 i-lisrhu tight band Mid left hand are leith out of place ; Street, J M UT drouk ! "lis very clear ease. Bloon. tii a verv qu T fiirnre yon cut; One eye I Marias ahiln t'otlier n shut. Tipsv. 1 .- and you re rreatlv to tdnsae (lid as joo are, 'lis temhie eliune. Then the street-lamps. hat scandalous sight 1 None of ib.-ui snhrrly stan.liu niwwhl Kocklnc d tuktprmf ' ' ou niT word, M of the lamps is as drunX a a lord. ll ronfii.ion : now If H oM! I am tbe only tliinc ealirahroad; aee it re rash wit Ij this crew to remain Belter so into tlic tavern airain 1 From tilt Knickerbocker fur ilurrk. 'During the Presidential flection of 144," (writes, incidentally, a country correspondent in a note ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 March 1852

CLE. WW mm - ' i i i ii if ii rv m ii i ii i ii mi 1 . ii : 'w-s , it'll, f 11111 y m - ' - t - - VOL. VIII -NO. 47. II. C. 1IICKOK, Emtok. O.N. WORDED Printek LEWISBUROCHIiONICLB' A npiritnnT fah.t jocasal, Usued un Wednesday morning at Lewuburg, Unim coiwfy, I'enm.ileanie. f li',u il m tl b. the yr inn- : -nta Ihr nuair- a wumm !hi ith Um j i m lwn.l.mrly liirt.il at 50 e.-nt p j 1 r i ,u "-' -..,-,1. V . ...i.niiii till a vcar. I ,u-n. .i i-wwMins : , i. ilt WitltK .km hail Ird in or i1.-liM4. nn....c.. . i I'.iMHI Jili'llTWM Winiuij - . .. I .. nnt VlUlin UH, i'" t" . . oflk-e n Mrlirt trh """r-""; U.,...V- the l-u-t-iXBw. . O. S. WilKKES. Priiru-UPT. THE ESTRANGED. PT t IIKJer?":U. Ti-nk-ht 1 filr"' Tli (tontle HW I . Jl, Ju.u on tuf tnjubitil rtt, l it airv form are 5 w-ar htt iLe tuarli of tli-Jiir ? 1 In- 'ivure ".f lh lii:J- iu th broiUiJw HnloM ill' ltwp'.ilcluuitl Uui. 1 Ufr ncw -h, fcl HBlilr- Tliy cilni i-y to N.v, m I'ride of my heart, tt cauuut b ' TUt all halli smI a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 March 1852

Fnut tin Trm Aiurnsl. Large Seal Potatoes vs. Smill. Mr. Kiitor : The question of large versus small potatoes fur seed, seems at prasent to eagige a lure t! are of attcn tioo in several of our agricultural journals. Perhaps a statcnicut of an experiment on a larger scale than usual will be of iuterest at this time. In the fall of 14S I tnea- ured off two acres of giuwnd and had it the direct0rship of the public schjols, deeply plowud. The soil is a warm sandy j M Wuii M tue pr0priety of improvement loam, with a deep sandy subsoil, and wasj freqUent tesU of capacity, will sug at the time of plowing, dowt to- timothy j Ma90ni tuca0 repeated examina- inceuow, intce years iroii tnc sowing, ir was plowed in the fall for the purpose of extetttaiatitiag the cut worm, which aboun ded. Tho following April we hauled up on it one hundred two Lorse wagon loads ef well rotted barnyard manure, (spread it tvenly and plowed nine iutbes deep and three feet apart, and planted with fine large Neshanno...

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