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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 March 1852

it e-. Nkwspapeb Statistic. A paragraph is going the rounds, affirming thai there 6,000,000 Germans in the United States. We do not propose to contradict it, as we have not the exact authentic returns. But we merely aussest that as the Irish, English Scotch, French and other emigration is at least twice as numerous as the German, ) this makes our loreien population to t fifteen out of uenty-three millions, or about twice as many foreigners as natives! Deducting the number of slaves, the free colored, and the increase f r t m new erri to ies, it le vjs the remainder" of the American population somewhat under' 3,000,000, or a trifle smaller than it was ut the time ol the Revo u'.ion I Again the population of Germany, ex clusive of Auatimn and Prussian State, is ahout 15,000,01,0. So thnl one-third "I all Germany, according to thi- statement, li.s come to America. Alb. Register. Iiia late debate between General Foo'e of M ssUsippi, and Senator Rliett, of S C. lite General, in reply to ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 March 1852

JU 1 il LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. a n 1 viz --c r UN- V ! f- 1 f i L EECEIPTS AMD EXPENDITURES ( t'tn'on'Ciivnfi;, hy the Vommis'nmer nvd Treasurer of taid County, from the j fi,-t of J iuhih lSiil, to the firt of January 1852. ni.-X- I I' .U HToH-. tMI. 44'laaaia I.ii.ry 1 j. K. r-Mt.T '.i.imr. x J,4.a I otlUC Umih- Ir-at.s .la.al. K -trial, y .nn at Siruiwr iO r.et.aai Mrnaja jja.tin lltintiiiialtiii I.I..;', Ii . TI.:i .l tin V. Ilarta-r jlli-nry t :n:.r N . ..)i:;tiiiin I 1 nr e Itf-mi; a-titr. k Mieiuiu ii.afa o iu(tl Vawl llaltliai t a a it a taaa) IUrt-" K.iiy asl'UrtT !.,-t.-m' M ,l.l!ar-- k tiniaialur: . V-w fcVrlill ' tvtaii ivn V I ia t l,irjt . rutin ii nirrw.n I HrimUa-ta ruin I- W IUT f tiTh -sr murka-al tl a t t MJI-tl'lAT (MI...I-.1T IKS. li.ri.-i-.. ( . l;.-... l", Hti-.-T j.l.itiu SnlflTf-. i -titi'. I-'. Ilui. r, t.ifiM.tn. .1 II !!ntltrrs Il.rl-.. U .l u ll.iHtii.iii, Mi !.M.-.ie k. .! In. li:iitt.-y, I'.-iif. p. (' Kuh r. M .ii-ln:.'-'!!!!, I...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 April 1852

CLE CIBON LEW BURG NO. 49. ! H. C. IIICKOK, Ewtok. O. N. WORDEX, Tbixter. ) LEVISBUKRC1LR0NICLE t wnirs"sT rii jocasii. Ittued on Wednesday mornings at Ltw'uburg, t Vaiun county, I'emykamc. w -rgfi per y.-ar. tr i-aah artuatly in ailyanee; It ; if oaH within tbree inont'i : i-i W it pai'l wiihin m T ' lilsl " P1" f"reUw y' l,'r"': "" i Jlnila ojiib""- .-ulinT-ptiMii f .r it ui-.ot!ior les.. t .Warn. Iiii..i".it:mianrp optional with tlie u'i;ilipr.e--ot when the year i l-ai.l up. A-.TtrTUfcHaNra bin l-on.ely itiprti.d at 51) e-nt per i-iar-. one we k. (I tour i k. year: two wjuarea, 14 f..r n months. ,7 lor a vear. M.nantiie a.lrertl-e-biiU not -ineedu.;? one fourtli ofa roliinin. 1U a year. j.ib'woKK ami inaal ilrti-meliU to lie lmJ for eli-n ban in or ilem-ered. mi il-ATinvs .olinu-a on ubjret, of jnnl Inte- fc riatioe rarluirelv to tne fcniu-nai i.t-:-ni'-... N .. tt.-B r ll.e..Tf. Ho IjiX'tr and tilOK on Jlhj.iner.t'.. '' l'"-.'ler. , . , J onire on Market strt-et, uetw.-n S.-1 a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 April 1852

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Convention prxeel h rU mm wf for a candidate fur thi noit Preridoney, which waa eried to, whercupen Gen. Winfield Soott received 113 votes, aud 5 persona Toted for "the Nominee of tie Whig National Convention." Five o'clock. The following gtntls men were elected Senatorial Delegates to the National Convention: William F. Johnston, of Pitttburg, Jno. C. Kunkle, of Danphin, and Morton McMichael, of Philadelphia. The Convention then went into noiniua tio&i for Canal Commissioner, and ad journed until seven o'clock iu the evening. FOURTH DESPATCH. Evening Session. The Convention met at 7 o'clock, and proceeded to vole by ballot for Canal Coinruifsioner. M r. J acob Hoffman, of Berks County, was nominated on the third ballot. The nomination was unanimously ratified. The following gen tlemen were then elected Senatorial Elec tors via : From lh State at lirp-. Alexander E. Brown, of Northampton; James Pollock, of Northumberland ; Samuel A. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 April 1852

The Weather at the South duW WoodvUelM.) Whig of the 6-h tofM,rchSays: "The Spring haned with sudden burst of beauty. 1 he v,U dernesshascommencedtobud.ndbo, The thermometer, for diys r., h?r"B kip.o Summer heat. The farmer is '",; ng his seed in waiting for X y9 Tb'e Nashville Advocator Je J We have had a most Kn" y thus kr darin ,b. irKa-ofSpnnkof naps a m ,, . wliK us at the 1851- very u"""" North. The Liquor dealers of New York, had m meeting at French'. Hotel, on Tuesday .eveaio of la-it week, and raised, it is said, nearly 850,009. for the purpose of setttne up. newspaper, to be devoted to their interest. JudCe. Dily and Jones of New York, have g.vea opinions. declarmK that the Art Union Lottery, or draw-ne, ts not in violation of any law in that State. The name of ihe Post Office at Funston ville. Frank'.m Townsh.p. in "J"'" county. changed frcm UirdsvUle lo Funstonvillle. The store of Isaai Gould. W hite Haven, Lu.eraeeounty.w broken . mo on the mght of the 22d and fobbed of...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 7 April 1852

'1 LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE -&-"WEST BRANCH FARMER. " I.- J y , 4. Mi i V H i r i Way Fejiia Driak. Jlr. A., became his doctor Las recom mended him to take a little. Mr. B , because his doctor ordered Him not, and bates quackery. Mr. C-, Ukea a drop because he's wet. Mr. I)., becausa LVi drj. Mr. E , because be feels iomctbing rising io bis stomach. Mr. F., because bo feels a kind of sink ing in his stomach. ' Mr. G., because he's going to ' see a frienj off to Oregon. Mr. II., because he's got a friend come borne from California. Mr. I., becausu he's so hot. Mr. K., bacause he's so cold. Mr. L., because he's got a puin in Lis bead. Mr. 31., because he's got a paiu in bis side. Mr. X., because he's got a pain in bis back. Mr. 0 , because he's g it a pain in Lis chest. Mr. F., because he's got a pain all OTir Li in. Mr. Q , because he feels light and Lappy. Mr. II., because Lo foels heavy aud miserable. Mr. S., because he's nisrrieJ. Mr. T., because he isn't. Mr. V., because he iilios...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1852

LEW BURG CHRONIC IE. II. C HICKOK, Editor. O. N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1852. VOL. VIII NO. 50. ( Whole Ncmbm, 418. LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE tive b'g, ?! we bave fruitful source I rm thinking of thee, Hary. 71 !of happiness in this. Who can not dwell r-m thinking ..f th. Mr. M i .u .ion. ii... UBOn soma incident nf lna lifo w l,i.(i I ' m "J"n ""iukine; ' thee" now wb'le I sin far away: upuu Bonn, inciuenis or uis me, wmcn i.mn,.iBg npy,, W(.u fcBuwafatI fatareil ,my awaken kindly feelings and happy reinem- , h"-, Trf,..th!eMllileM,hwonttod). brances ? The most guilty one, though , rm in trulhful yM whMe d.pth, rt, KOl he can feel no joy in the contemplation ! A Z'i i,t, ...a ,.n. joyo of a career of very many vears. looks still 1 u '"" thy s.i.- .m. where 'n my y,y to tc. J ' ( Aud I am listening to tlie tuuea that are j dear to me. farther through time's vista, and remain- . . . , . ... ' -"' rm at me study window, ani I hear th rostlln nr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1852

It adds nothing to the timber, but destroy!" t'lepro'erty to the tap wlieh eons' itutes the clement of decay. Many persons have aupposed that tha body of i he tree contaii lees lap in w'ntcr tl a 1 in cummer from the questionable supposition that the sap ia winter, in: toad of passing down into 'ic roots, and remains there till spring. Hat I aui persuaded that a careful inves- tigation will couvir.ee any unprejudiced j person, that the sap in winter, instead ot ; ting down into the roots, is deposited j in the middle cr heart cf ihe ttei. At lat that is the oijmion w h'ch I have been " - i led to adopt, from a somewhat cnniil'one hundred yards. A strong wind was investigatun f the sul j e . And the B'emcnt of decay being in the sap, we find j that the more of tLe destroyer there is in j t'le heart, the sooner it will decay, and t consequently that the winter season is the j wrong time for cutting. In the spring the , rap begin to start, and gradually passes j from the heart to the o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. The Mmne-oiian Minolta LegWaww. Ii to be ub tni.ted o the peopl on the lit Apr. , and if the ole is favorable, the U wi" go into effect the firnt of May. The Intelligencer an! Republic of thi morning, deny that .here i.y ! ' iru h in the te!eCraPhic d.Sptch from rr t- j..-H.v evening, rem-. ,t asnmsion on . ,lu - --- -. ..r:. r, . ..r-; .7.. . tin? tO a mM'Inaersi""" r . wealth apiiust any person or .rsons, are ruiuireu to nJni mn i e-relarV CorWin. ! then ami there a'.temlin;-. anil uotik-part without leave at I resident anu -jc- I thcirneril. Ju.Ucesarorc-iuist-ilu.liepuuctuaJinUieu- tp. n .Inmnre ci'V Democratic tonven- tt-n.ti at tiac api.in!e. liuiv aiiwaWe t- noti. j The w.'"""' j - , -,llu,jons instruc ! ,!! T."':'!shwM'?,??ri,! llOfl lasl 0'Uf,lt : .i--wiTitn,irii'i)ijia.iroi sir ti mine yMuoiuur fl-r the 'JtfUt Ju liciml District, convistin of tbe aamiUiH ot Kuxm aad sumin. aod Jaimb Witrsxurui and JaMs M xfcvwAU. Ksqns Asso cia...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. lUit anil tjumov. Far the Lewisbnrg Chronicle. Town Gossips. Klrsnge afiair. ihi human nature, " Hu-y ever atler pelf, - 'I i.e-ugh mM wondious feature 'I hat ibe uljecl should tie srlt. a ii ihere are some th'iuululul creatures, Mindlui mote of oilier' weal, lien'rous I.. laull th. ir iiaunes How then heart or olhcis feel ! And they show this anxious feeling li. a vciy Ii ' jiv way ; Kii d!jr lo their Iriend revealing Al lhal O'he.s do or say. Ai.d .u ilreui ihem edifying. In I lie lain mi olien l'lil. At d forget they're only prying Into rrciets yt'U aiay hold. All that' in llie past or present, 111 their tieightioi' ctiarurter, I tl ii I h.wc'.r unpleasant. They've discovered ,v"ry blur. A t Ihey tell ii you, declining, Y u alone ol all rui.st hear. An you ihii L, (' how forbcaiing, lo keep it tioiu the common eat." Tl us you listen title thry fl Her, Diitikini: in the puis... ona slulT; earud t'j the constant clatter ainly crying. 't...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 April 1852

BURG CHE CLE NO. ON T,F,W II JB II .41 W H. C. 1IICKOK, Editob. O. N.WOllUEX.rKi.vTEK. LEWISBUKKC"K0NlCLE l..uedox ...''. at Uwuburg Vaiou county, Ve'iilramc. w(. ,, rMrrnlk , tii.tiv in l,l.ni-e; ...t w o-.ii ( r ix lutii,,.r to "Si,,; i,t.t.. ",t-"i itii lb. ' j. .Mi .Urn th- r if paid up. A:il..i". " aa.vks. o l: lu -limn-a, Vt-EroSr f?u 'of. enlnmn. f. a r. .,iv,.U.u.inU. to L. tl,rr-t of tbe. " '7 ; u.oueut. t, be .11- r-.l ll-wv I . Ml a n ', . la.!MU.',r'rtVUU sennit ...I Third. ov.r For the Lawiabarg Ckrcwic!.. To L, Richmond, Va. A thought of mi-- one ihoueht of roe. V hn thi c.-iitb' heart f tuina. K in thau-h Mein.wv picture there 'ra- ' J bv ''' r buuda limn mine Phou-th it.e:. fnrttJ arru. irue. sincere. On brini ilieir speaking eye lo the. I h'Juyii Klaliety eichaui ihuie ear htili keep ..n ibouirl.t. one thought of roe. When bappv in thy enul' delight, An.l beamm joy aiouiM ihee t iy. To gild with atsrai thy quiet night, AnJ line" een through the .lay O would I (hen. ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 April 1852

LEWISBUBG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. that of promoting ihe happiness arid pro-' th rapi lity with which tiny spread, we perity uf its cituctu. concluded that the whole field would soon What a useful leen w..u!J I such a plat. bt,eoIU2 a prv , t!loir wraC!!, aa we knew prove to the Governments of Europe : and . , .... . .1 . . , . , .. f J of no means by which to arrest their prog- wnnt an example wouid it lurinsu ol re- J . ... , publican care for the good of all, tint : " T1"-'y continued to t.prcd, till thry promoted by our happy institution?. It had covered several acres, when one mor woul l present a spectacle at which the pa- nin we saw a large flock of blackbirds trior, in tho full exuitaliou of his heart, aiKtt on oue of the spot., and soon they inignt lej .i.c-at which the honorable we vc bll ,.,.w! coulj c:ls;iy conjecture gentleman from Tennessee Mr Johnson j tfc ( rf lhcir Tw of ruignt rejoice as I.vrurgus did when re-; " . , . turning through the "field just rea...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 April 1852

LEWISBUKG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Farmers, look here ! R4ILS-a large quantity juat received and for sale ! Ihe water. Oil aaon. April 51 HUH9H & AM MOV Millinery. FRESH AKEIVAL. , -1 .,1.1 I n f.irm I -jneniiwrinrr.-"-.- tit. LADIES of Lewisbur. and .icinlty that they r " .r ;.. .h. ...i.i.nr of the lite lr nave just rrceisru . I .. m oi olv nl limn f the moat lasliton. able Bonnet and Triiiiniing to be found in thia region. Ii woulj afo d ihTn (.leisure tn display their beauirul assortment to eurh friends a may favor tbeui i.h a call. Man. E. IHI.AXD. Miaa M. J.TAGEKT im Comer Fouilh and Market Sts. Attention, f amoron Guards ! Yon are herehy rommen.led to el t the house of A H Blair, in nieel the Boicueli of 1-ee.i-hurg. nn Saturday, Wjy K 1852, at ID o'tloek. A M each menibar to he proriitrd tv tth ten rounds of blank order of the Captain : I"tAi: H.WAC.NEII. OS. K B. At whii-h tin e and p'aee an Elertion will he held for -Non-C'oroniisHoned tlfficera. Altein'm, L...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 April 1852

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. H It r I -j ; i 1 : ,'f 4 :i4 i i: s c 5 QlrtUUs DeEcrrcH last tiJtck. ; Judge Grier and Irwin, of the U. 8 Circuit jUourl for the western district ' Pennsylvania, have given a-.0C.iu Joshua Natcbcrteb, who reeeti'U hrougV suit against the trusts-- ' oiiomy S ociety, at Harmony, Ind. ' frdtl.OOO. The plaintiff, it appetrs, wa-ww.nbt-r of the Socity lor tw-m ' tears.wl.eti he was expe I'd '" ' ly l!ie Ute GenrgeRappanl hi assowl" l di-iirivel l ail hire 'f " - vrfucr, at $l,0tO.OOO. He brought Mil l,.r SG't.OOO, as hit ahare, but the court, in i:s ,.v.isi.n, ordered the Bpimtiitment of a -rimn.s.oor to a-ena... ht w d the. share of each member, and how much mil bo - lair compensation ol ihe d- -f-f,i. ibr his twenty-seven years of labor, u.ur deducting monies paid him- The Calaveras (California) Chronicl mjsinata leal live go ahead lfaiikee. , hi vicinity, has adopted a new mode .1 ee,.afatiiig gold (r,,,n "heear-h in which u i-i oniaiiie...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 April 1852

LEWIS BURG CHRONICLE li. C. 1I1CKOK, Editor. O. N. WORDJKN, TirJ-vxEK. LEWISIiUKG CHUONlCLE!;oI?m,,Pro,es,al,:on' ..' ' AW IWirlMI'T raviLV iov-ki, Uiucd on WediictJuy murnin at Lewisburg. Lniun county, l'tuntylcanic. Tr.tt VS. fl..riO it Jf-T) re11 timlly in advanea; f 1.7-'. if paid waliio ll'iree m.mth; f-w. if pui.t .itliin a rf.n-; $i.iiO if nol pii le-Cretba year e pi ret ; 6 eenu for tt,"id'in d.n. uioaitmtian optiuma Him tbc Pat.lwlicr. i"H't when the ywi paid up. Anf:imiENT ii'nl.wi'ir iiwriia al tw renta per , Sr".U' XXl1 wu haa-i'-a in "" , . real within the run.-- if party or aertariaii eiiuteat. Ait Uitera rau-il ei-me po-i-jiaKi. e..i..ii". "-.'-. ,lrw 01 Hii" writer, m rerei.e a - - ...-indiv.lr t tin K-litunal Iiepnrtuieut. u 11 -t!ioi r-ti t' Mom '. Hic"K. ""! Mitar an.i those on h"nnMMk.iu.,4"'wtwn s.I,.! .n.!Ti,irj,o the IV-t-Offiee. ... .W.....r..,.. n,,r.,r. Rev. Dr. Dewey on Woman's Rigkt3. We have so frequently, but from ques tionable quarters, heard strange p...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 April 1852

Wonlerfui Cldar Press. i covered that intrigues are on foot jointly Our townsman V. . Hick-ik, has ' in Portal nnd Spain lor further cur invented a cider pre, that will wutirely in'lment of constitutional government- The supersede all tha pres now in use. Tins French Consul who recently perished in grinding eylindars and thai pre arc con- ihe s-teauier Porio is said to have had a fleeted in one fiauia time a id a half by li.uid in theae intrigues, four fet, and four feet Ugh t lha top of Italv Rome, at the 'atest dates, aj the hopper, the whole not weighing more full of foreigners who have been driwn thaa one hundred and fifty pounds. Yet there by the festivities o( the Holy VVeek. this littlo :i aoliins cm be worked by hand The Neapolitan Stale Trials are iodefi so aa to grind forty bushels of apples in an nitely postponed. konr, and the grinding i fir superior to j Aluldina, a well known Rinker of that dune by the old fashioned out mill. ; IJulogni, has failed and thereby reduced ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 April 1852

T LEWISBURG CHRONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. Partnership. KDDES 4. MARSH hating assrWinted " ,th them in th Foundry Business Joseph W.SHBinta. Eusba U.MiltH and FEiEKir Mum, the business will hereafter be conducted in the name of OEDDES. MARSH & CO lei-burg, A.ril 23, 1853 Dissolution. THE Firm of D MVEKS & CO. has this d.y dissolved by muiu.1 cn-ent. All indebted to .id Firm .ill pl -""f k MfEMiihoaed.-hv. 1). M. EliS. & I O Lesrisburg. April 10, I8j2 ' B. The business will be continm-d by Dsid Myers i i THE RAIL-ROAD Is earning to Lew'uburg, and tlie Engineers are nuw rigging tliemselrts from top to toe at DAVID MYERS' Cheap Clothing and Furnishing Store, Xan "ftlf Striid rtair. lt P. XtrM old Zand, OR there the citizens of Lewi-burg and the F Spring and Summer Goods JUST RECEIVED. HI A i:S & CO. respectfully announce lo ihe citizens of I'moo ami Northumberland counties, (hat they have on hand fre-h supply of Spring and Summer Goods, adapted tu the wants of the ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 28 April 1852

LEWISBURG CHEONICLE & WEST BRANCH FARMER. ttJU ani tjumcr. Harch 27, 1852. Fince nothing ran escajie the mwu' eye, W hrthrr it I 'l earth, or a, oi ky. It can not I riiertt'd that day J. ike th 'I which lorms my lent h uld pae away nhut being njticed by the rhyming crew As something rarf, ur altogether new. (When I say in-ta aie t t to me, u in-isl ul IiiijU at all thai I mem me ! V ( only Ut he plural wnw, at nines. In order to afit u in out ihyme ; And if I should bc snmehuig el-e in view, lu name of heaven, i the thing not true?) .And hue I cl alli-rigc ail who watch their lloiks, Or anything in -h i.e of fa"herci.rk. To show me, in their journal ol the wealiit r Anv one, i r all ol them together - ""J ' " " " - " - ' ' ' And I io tlirm li eheer'utiy Knock under: Even ihe Four:h ut Iile-- ! ; n it l die, Wrtth ell its biiM-i bi:l uie:-fH i. in- rky, M a nr( a da . !t.e f.;;a. 'J '.r, h tweuiv-aeven W inch gae u- ii t,, ...u have eer (ien. The early n.o u Mac n.ikl. like that ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 May 1852

LEW BURG C RON j Jj &h II. C IIICKOK, Editor. O N. "WORDEN, Fkintee. LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, PENNM WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1852. volumi: ix no 1. "Whole Ncmkkk, 421. LB-A-lsnCHKCUKOXICLE! . IWIiIIMVIlS" FaWILT JOCaSal, .Mufti" tt'ifyrjrf'iy iwrm,i ut LcwUlurg. Union county, Venn-ylranic. TKRH- per y.-ar. fur rash a.-tually in adTanra; ll.Tj. if paid within three uimth: fil if paid wiihin . ST URT IliVlsO. " risase, brother Phil !" Thus im plore! a little Lot, who was standing . '-"''''"""'"""'".LeliiuJ the chair of a !r one. on a if nm paid b l'..r(J.a yearexp !: 5 rraM for tuia nmnl.er. m tw pail in advauo. ...Lather-eve"! when tne y.iar I- paid up. A. nr;r.nsr.svi'S hani-oui -iv iii-ru-d at 5i) rent per Hnara'oaa we -k. $1 !-ir we. k. f.'i a Tear: two .qiiarea. . fourth of Milium. !Oarar. l.Ipnao I K, tlii-re iln vimr hear 7 to be paid for . 1 ' J ' freezing evening of November. " I can't please now, and And, without waiting for permission, he seized his brother 'a cake and broke o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 May 1852

v-sn "i V &fc W d& - ; Work ti be done in Eiy. TlIE i'AUM iu tin eary ur. nf th'. mmth, pastures .-houid tie atu-ii h'.d to Do Dot pasture cillle until ths jras ha soma growth, or tLe yield of the s.asoi will be luff. Clean ami whituwa-h cellar", distribute charcoal dust aud plister f psris sbnui jwr bog pens, stables, &c, ami ivtii"Vi all putrescent and u:i LuU'soino su'usunces. The charcoal dual and'plastcr of juris w ill absorb dulct rtolid ,'"-a.H--s, us fiv-H '.T fi'iUi Tegetabl and vtiier ni.Ut-is uud'.-rgoinj. decay. . " 1'lant In. Tan & in as sor n a tit leaves arc as largo a a iii;M:t oar." 1 u an old aiiJ safe aJa;, but wo slnul? advise that stins be planted earlier, citliei broad-cast or thickly in rocj, fur soiling: cattle with the s'aiks. l'eas, oats ami buckwheat, as Indian com, should L- fnak d in water and then rolled in plaster before planting, riant potatoes for your principal crop, if not previously done Thoss planted early are less subject to be d...

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