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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 June 1850

IEWISBURG CHRONICLE; H. C. HICEOZ, Editor. 0. N. WORDEW, Printer. TIip Ixswlsburg Chronicle is issued every Wednesday morning at Lewisburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tkbxs. $1,50 per year, for rau actually in advance; 1,75, paid within three months; $3 if paid within the year ; $Z,hO if not paid bi'f.ire the teareipires ; s'lDgle numlcr,5 cents. !Sub vcriptiona for six month or less t.i be paiJ in advance. Discontinuance optional with the Publisher except when iho year is p .id up. Advertisements handsomely inwried at 50 ct per square one week, $1 for a monih, and 45 fur a year j a reuueeu price tut iwtci . Two squares, f 7 ; Mercantile advertisements m-t exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, f!0. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid far when han-Jed in or V-livcred. All communications by iniil .nu-t come post paid, accompanied bv the adJress of the writer, to cceive attention. 1 hose relating exclusively io the Editorial Department to be directed to H. (." HtrKoE....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 June 1850

f KST BRANCH From the America Agriculturist. Sundry Items. To Renovate Old Meadows. I hive lately seen a new mode of renovating old sod-bound pastures and meadow. It is to lake a subsoil plow and three horses, (which make the best team,) and plow the field, overturning no lurrow, but loosening the earth below, about one Toot deep, har row the same way. sow grass seed, and roll down with a heavy roller. This is the practice of a landlord who prefers grass to any other crop, and the effect is astonish ing. I saw a piece that had just been served so. The sward, or course, was broken in streaks, and the grass seed was up most beautifully on' these. The unbro ken strips had been stretched arid moved a little, so as to ea'pose the old roots a little M air and moisture. To Cure the Sore Necks of Oxen. K neighbor of mine had a pair of working oxen whose necks became very sore. He covered that part of the yoke resting upon the neck, with sheet lead. They got well almost immediately, though c...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 June 1850

IjtiWISBUltC CilKOMCLK AND WEST BRANCH FAUMER a"Th Cubans have executed four of the persoos Ukea at taraenas, ana nave captured others on the inlands near Yucat an. Aa the latter had not committed any evert act of hostility, the President has de fnanded their surrender, and sent a naval force to llavanna to protect American rights and interests. IMPORT ART o tkoe bavins ioipuritiee f tb Blood. BRAMTS PtRlFVlNU EX TRACT, lb BMMt wonderful Purifier in lh world, u now pot op in Qcaar Bot tie. OSee JiiMiiM bnded -64 DOMES." It is so strong and purifying, thai ona battle last from f tit to sixteen day longer than 8riariIIa. Dr Thorntoo at Baker, agent, Lewiabuig. Ln333 BJBBBAsljawBwKSHBVSBlMVSBBBBlSS CHERRY PECTORAL: For the Car t ootjohs, cox.d3, hoarseness, bbov ohxtzs, obovp, asth. ha, whoopimto-oouoh ahd coBrsvasPTiosr. The uniform aoccetM which ha attended tire tjw of this preparation ita salutary (fleet its power to relieve and cure affections of the Lungs, bave gained for it a cel...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 June 1850

LEWisBUiia'ciiRoaricfjU and west branch farmer Capital Retort la this S'.aic, not more than at housand inili-s from B., resides a certain member ol' the Bar, who has figured conspicuously in law, politics, and almost religion famous for his oddity and wit, and who re joices in a solidity of countenance that nothing ean produce an impression upon. He used to practice extensively in the court presided over by Judge P., a very worthy man, bu: one who was not generally thought to be a really great n an, or even tcusible one. "In this case, jour honor, we wish a continuance." What for!"' responded his honor, in rather a waspish lone, for he had often tuffered from S's shafts.and did not greptly love him. S. went on to explain, but was interrup ted : Don'l know anything about these fads, as you cull them, Br. S." But your honor," pursued S., who was really in earnest, " in this case, and under these circumstances, the Court may be frttxiftxtd to know" "The Court, Br. S.,s presumed la know...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1850

f ' aaaaaaaawlaaawswMisaeaw i na iiiiiiiw li i l nMJwaJMJgy awl l IBM -1- L'-HJ-nuiil J; "-""'""""a"'W""' -' L E WIS BERG I Cfl R 0 N.I .C L EL Volume 11, Wnmber 12. Whole Number 324. LEWISBUllG, UNION CO., PA,, JUNE. 19, 1850. a N. WOMEN, Printer. tt & EICSOS, Editor. The fcewlsburR CUronicIc is isu.d every Wedoeedsy morning at I.ewisburg, Union count;', Peonylni. advance; $1.75, paid within three mouths; 3 ,f ptid within the ear; 2,."0 if not aid uef"re the year eipirea ; eingle numbers, 5 cents. Sub scriptions for six month or less to b paid in advance. Discontinuances opli..nal with the Publisher except wben the year i paid np. Advertisements hnd-omly in.-.ed at 50 cl, ber square one week, 1 for month, and 5 f..r veer a reduced price for longer advrrtiseinr-iit?. Two Miim, 7 ; Mercantile advertisement not ? rA...tli r rnlumn. auarlerlv. (10. eiceeoina viroim. . ... i ' - . . Casual edvert.sen.eute and Job work to 1 pn1 lor when handed in or delivered. Ill communication! be m...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1850

WEST ltltANCH From the American Agriculturist. The Subsoil. Many persons have experienced disense and destruction, in their crops, when olt recurring on long-cultivated fields. The application of various specific manures and different modes of cultivation, are not al ways effectual remedies. May not the cause be generally attributed to the want of fresh earth, and" a wider range for the roots of the plants 1 Though these are difficulties seldom occurring in this com paratively young country, they are often to be contended with in Europe, and may ere long become of serious consideration Among us. A certain' remedy for these evils is deep I'fla'gr, by which, smnll portions of the subsoil' are brought near the surface, and add net and necessary n!iment to the crop. Inere is no danger from this operation, if it be not brought up in too large quantities. If there be any inert or noxious matter in it, at 'a stiff, or poor,' intnctable clay, an excess of iron, and especiully in ihnt firm i...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1850

IjUWISBUKC CJSROMCLID AND WEST BRANCH FAIWIEK . The mcsictl performances ol Mr. Shar;i wiic"a have eciied w much aileniion, are not such ari uncommon thing after all. We bsl week heard Ihf same thing dime by two smnH boys of Divid Djncau isq. t Spring Mills, Centre county, and were iniorrfieJ that there were severiil oiher lad in the neighborhood who could do the same. The" only requisite is to keep the tongue at the roof of the mouth. A slight peculiarity perhaps, in the windpipe, is necessary to insure success. Good Samaritan. ICpAnd here is another: Ou Tuesday evening lat. we attended the performance of Mr. D C. Manna, and hid the pleasure of listening to his pectoral or lung music. There is atnnethinjf, very strange in the manner he produces sounds. B a means which nciilier he nor the most Scientific can account for, he breathes a melody much like that tra!e by an organ, and accompanied by a sonorous bass which irina a nerlert nsrmnnv with the strain. ! ' r i... : r ..,f wnniWfu...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 June 1850

iPit Qrtft )mm A bamper. Wa hate aeen, and read of, ome "cool" things ill DUr Hay, ttit t following, which we rjterive from an esteemed and al trays entertaining correspondent, is posi tively "iced." A young lawyer got his first note for collection. It was against a country Customer ; bo he sat down and wrote him a letter, in due form, advising him that his note was led for collection, that it " bad run for a long time, and re quired immediate attention to " save costs." In ihoot ten days he received tliis answer : 'Vailev Forks. Nov. 15, 1849. F. J. H., Esq., Dear Sir : I received your polite note of the Aih instant, this day. It was directed to the post-office at Freetown. The mail comes from your Tillage loTorhpkiusville every day by the lag, which runs from your place to Owe. go, leaving your village at sis o'clock in ihe forenoon. From Tornpkinsville there i a mail every other day to Freetown, and alio to Valley Forks. From thence there is a cross-mail around the liilU through ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1850

UII ISB.URG- CHRONICLE LEW Volume TIL, flfnmfrer 13. Whole Nnmber---325. H. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUJIG, UNION CO., PA., JUNE 26, 1850. The t,cwlsburs Chronicle i iued ery WedueaJay morning at LewUburg, Union countc, Pennsylvania. Ta- $1.50 per ye-ir, fur e h acluoll; In Jvinrf; $1.75, paiil within three months; sji'i il paid within the year ; $2,!.0 if not paid before the year eipirea ; iogle nuu.Uert.,5 rents. SSuh-! .....'.t.,... f . air m.inlllj air Im. 1.1 Iw. mi, ! in advance. Dicoiilinuanr optional with the nrousing to consid r in what shape the dif IV..IisicT except when the year ia psiil up. j rctt.ltl imliuduals of the huu.au race lor- Advorlisemenu hanusomciy inwrseJ at 50 cts , . l f, . month, ami 5 f..r m' rly appeared. vear a reduced r'ice for lonrer adwtiuemerits. r a quare. 7 , Mercantile aJtemxmrnt uai ect.ling one-fcnrlh of a column, qiiaiterly, JtO. fuil advertisements and Joh work to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. All omnjuniciti...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1850

WEST 1J11ANCH - "Rust" on Wheat It is sometimes surprising to observe the propensity which is t-hown by many per- ons to be mvsiified in regard to some of the most simple operations of Nature ; over looking the simple and direct manner in which she always produces effects, men frequently appear to be deluded with the idea that there must be somw hidden and secret workings in nature's labiatory, noi risible to the vulgar rye, by which she introduces into being many of her mc.st trivial productions. lit nee, many learned men attempt to explore some indirect and round about way of discovering the origin of things ; and by so doing, oftentimes lead others into error, therefore verifying the adage of "the blind leading the blind.'' An instance of ihla kiud rmy ! found in re gard to the cause of ihe "rust" of wheat ; respecting which, in the mir.d ol an obser ving, practical farmer, there is not a shad ow of doubt or mystery ; but in the minds of nearly nil of those who have written up on...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1850

LAST anp BEST ! IS now receiving a large and choice stock of SUMMER GOODS en. bracing ttry Goods lait-st styles Dress Goods, Siilis, Silk Laces, Pnrasoleltes, L-wn--, Prints, &c. &c. GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE, ;i od variety. Our stork was purchasrd on rortsonnble trm.f-, and is ofl red to old lriends and new nt the cheapest living raits. Tlift trading public are invited to rail nl the old Cheap Sfarf. south side of Murkei St. iMtwrin if J and 4th Sta. C. E. BOWES. Lewifbur, June 20. 1850. IMPORTANT tbuse hiving impurities ofihe liloud. U KANT'S rriUFYINU EX TRACT, lh moat wondriful Tuiifier in ttiti worlJ. u now put up in Qi-aiit Dottles. 'Xj N-e advertisement hpdtd "64 IJOES." H i nt iron? and purifyinc, that oi:e buttle lasts fr.rni Un to xistftn days longer than arpaj arilla. Ir 'I honitoa Ac linker, agents EewUUiip. tZm32:i CHERRY PECTORAL: F.r ihe Cure f COUGHS, COLDS, HOABSEUESS, BRON CHITIS, CROUP, ASTH MA, WHOOPING-COUGH AND CONSUMPTION. Tba uniform success which has ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 June 1850

LKWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER ttfit and ljumov. For Ihe Leuulurg Clirotiiele. Anecdote. A bright little boy, thice rr four years old, nol long since deserted a sevt-re flag ellation for a breach of duty, and received it duly, fie stood the infliction without a ter, or brgginji to b? rilivistd ; and nbout an hour after, lien his feelings had It-come j I so calmed as to auow Ins dMtntt ui'.eninee, be stood proudly up lv bis mother nnd j ;. .,;,;..! ,.U..'. .At.. a.a-v ,,.,. V " 1 ' 1 4 J " do ihe j New Legal Authorities. In a case tried vesterdnv iu one cl cur - ' justices' courts some raihr novf I authorit its uerc Lroulit AnwarJ by vt.u ( i!:e learnrd counieit The court will obsrrw,r taid lie, "tlmt in the case of Shy lock vs. Antonio, ihnugh judgment was rendered in favor of the plaintiff, yet circumstances prevented the execution which had been Nsutd from be w carried intoerTcci.' , j- j I , ? , I T n i uui t.iu me -uun um. ijhmiu i iic t :l ti.Hti to refer to?'" aske...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1850

RG CLE H. C. HICKOg, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUIIG, UNION CO., PA., JULY 3, 1850. Volume VII, Number 14. Whole Number 325. LEW SBU . The Iewlsbarg CUronicle is issued svery Wednesday morning l Lewisburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tk. $1.50 per year, for cih actually In advance; $1,75, paid within throe month; $2 if paid within the year ; $2,50 if not paid before the year ei pires ; single numbers, 5 cents. Sub scriptions for six month or less to be paid in advance. Discontinuance optional with the Publisher except when the year i paid up. Advertisement handsomely inerled at 50 ct week, $ I lor a momn, ana -jo mr . .... reduced price for longer advertisements, Two squ.res, $7 ; Mercantile advertisements not . ,, , connec,ed with their progress and eiceeding one-fourth oft column, quarterly, $10. . ' , Caual advertisement and Job work to be paid ' the beginning of iheir life in the wilderness, for when handed in or delivered. j At length the desired haven was reached, jec...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1850

LEWISBUUG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER V;KST BRANCH from the Gcrmanfow Tctegrapi. Curing Clover Hay. Clover makes a most desirable and nu tritive hay, provided it le cut in season, and properly cured. Asagrneralrule.it is not advisable to permit it to remain standing much' after the period of inflores er-nce, as the ripening of the seed in' the" field exposes it ta a certain dpgrte of dete rioration which considerably diminishes its value as a feed for stock, besides insur ing a certain degree of actual and unavoi dable loss in handling it, ns those leaves and- heads which have become dry, are easily detached from thr stock during the process of raking and pitching, even when these operations are performed with the most consummate care. My plan of operation in raring ciuver it as follows: As soon as the heads are nil fully blown, 1 commence mowing, care being had to lay the swarths an closely as possible, and to leave no sraHering grass between them, if it can be helped. About f...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1850

I.fiiWISBUKU CiIKOMCr;B- AND WEST BRANCH FAHMEK f PORT 4VT tho having impuriiTee of "he , bi-mants purifying ex. TRACT i most wondertui runner iu tne world is now put up in Qcabt Bottles. fjSce . K-rti-mente headed -64 DOSES." It i so it ng and purifying, that one bottle last from i, it to sixteen day longer than Sarsaoarilla. Dr Thornton At Baker, agent. Lewisburg. 2m333 CHERRY PECTORAL: Far the Care f COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BHOW OHXTXS, CEOUP, ASTH MA, WHOOFIIf O-COUOH AND COSTS UXrZPTXOW. The uniform success which lis attended the use of this preparation its salutary effect its power to relieve and cure a.Tcctions of (he Lungs, have gciucd for it a celebrity equaled by no other mnlicine. We offer it to the atllicted with entire confidence in it virtues, and the full belief that it will subdue and remove the severest attacks of diseases upon the throat aid lunes. As these results brrome public, Ihry naturally attract the attention of medical men and philanthropists everywhere....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 July 1850

LEWISUURG CHRONICLE AND WEST HRANCII FAUNER If p in ,1 11 Diamond cut Diamond. The olher day gentleman who hadoc rasion to cross New Yoik in a cab, found, tin (.lighting, that be had no change in his pocket. The only shop al hand was a ci gar store, in which there were some three or four fellows, besides the proprietor, puf fing the villanous weed. The gentleman entered, requesting the cabman to follow him.hnnding a five dollar bill to tbe "Yorker," asked him to chinge k. The cigar-render him a three-dollar bill and the balance in silver, out of which the cabman was paid, and went on his way rejoicing. But a moment afterwards, the j;entlr- ' man looking at the bill, found it to be a ve- j ry su-picious looking document.purporling j to be a promissary note of the IJogtown Lumber & Mining Company or some such ambiguous find apocryphal institution. Finding he had been shaved, he asked the cigar-vender il that was a good bill. "Good bill ! yes ! I wih t had a thou sand of them. B.ll...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 July 1850

LEWISBURG CHRON H. 0. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. Volume TH, Hnmber 15. Whole Number 327. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., JULY 10, 1850. G LI. Illl: H. C. HICKOK, Editor. O. N. WORDEN, Fnbluher. At $1.50 fh in arfranr. fi.n in (Jiiw innttt.. 2 pid "ilhiu thr vi-mr. and (Z.M at tbr rati of Ibf yw. Am-ntu in 1'liila.lrli.lita V H I'atm.r and K W Carr. JLctcisbur, Ma. Wednesday Morning, July 10. The weather Icing hot.nur Jour.sick, and having a press ol j.b work on hand, and a score or less'ol paper books" for the Supreme Court, to print for tlie Lew isburg lawyers (a pretty good allowance, by the way, for the trio of a provincial totri) wc are compelled, by the necessity of the case, to give our readers only hah a sheet this week. As this is the first casualty of the kind that has happened the Chronicle for the last eighteen months, j the P.-alins ; and after fervent prayer by and wc promise our rcadcis bc::er luck and P'of. Anderson, the Declaration of Inde rr.ore of it hereafte...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 July 1850

IjEWISBUKG CHKOXICLK AND WEST BRANCH FARMER m-mm. aa r to loose havinc impurities or tha mood. BRANTS PlMFYLNU EX ikauj, iba Boost wonderful Puri6er in the world, is now pot up in Quabt Bottles. (Ej-Set Buseruseoeota beaded "64 DOSES." It u w utong and purifying, that one botlle lasts from fern to tixtetn days longer than Ssrsaparilla. Dr Thornton At Baker, agents, Lewisburgi f n333 TAKE NOTICE, THAT I have bought at Constable Sale, as the property of John Wests, the following article, via. 2 mantel clocks, 1 wood toe, 3 coal atom, 1 spring wagon, 1 shoal, 1 borse, I settee, IS chairs, 26 yards carpeting, 2 setts of bugger harness, an J 7 bedsteads. And hst I have left the same with said John Weriz, during my pleasure. JOHN WERTZ, Jr. Kei.it Tp, July 8, 1650 pd Notice, to the Tax-Payers of Union County. AT a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Union Co., i'a., it was resolved thai all Ui-payera paying to the Collectors of their respec tive Districts, their quota of State TAX fo...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1850

GHRON LEi H. C. HICKOK, Editor, a N. WOUDEN, Printer. LEWISBI'IIG, UNION CO., PA., JULY 17, 1850. Volume VH, Number 16. Whole Number 328. Th Iwlborjr Chronicle is iued every Wednedy morning t Lewisburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Tir. $1,50 per yer, for cah actually In advance ; $1,75, paiJ within three months; $2 if paid tviihin the year; $2,50 if not paid bef.ire the ysnr expires ; single numbers, 5 cents. Sub fcripii 'ns lor ail months or less to be pnid in ndvanse. Discontinuances optional with tbe Publisher except when the year is paid lip. Advertisements handsomely inserted at SO cts per square one week. $1 for a month, and $5 for year ; a reduced price for longer advertisements. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisements not fnHh nf at Mliimn iiiflrtrlv C I A Casual advertisemenu and Job work to be' paid for when banded in or delivered. All communication, by msil .nu-t : earns post- paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to jeceive attention. Those relating rzclnsi...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 July 1850

l.EWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER der, near the ruins ol Jay no's warehouse, Vine, near Water 6treet. The third bodj was that of an interesting buy- nine year ol age, found beneath a pile of bricks it the gutter, on the west side of Front si reel about fifty yards below Vine.. His bodv was discovered by his foot appearing abov the stones. His forehead was shockinglx crushed by the lulling bricks, but hi body did not appear to be otherwise iu iured. The coroner is reviewing the remains a the Green House, sent thither to await re cognition. Of the nine bodies there, mos of them, however, are so much charred by tlie fire or mangled by the Ifccts of tin explosion, as to prevent their nearest am dearest friends from identifying them. The rennsIvanian oPthe 12ih says There were a couple of little incidents oc curred during the fire, which we believt have not yctappeared iu print. It appear that while the fire was at its very height and families were removing their furnitun in ev...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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