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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1850

1 1 ' S:.;AMERICA'N.-. H. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ; OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. gl ifamtls ilctospnprr-Dcbotclr to JJoUttrs, Jlftcraturt, ittomldj), jTortfflrt nwtt Domtstfc ilttos, Stftnce mb the arts, Slfltfeulturr, mstfutts, amusrtntnts, cc. New series Vol a, No. 44. SUNHURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, JANUARY .8.?. OLD SERIES VOL.. io, NO. iS. SI I B RY r. v ? m rY k-"w' ire TERMS OP THE AMLKICAV ' tit! AMERICAN it published every Saturdav at TWO DOLLARS per annum lit be paid hulf yearly in advance, n paper discontinued until Ati err earner are puid. AU eommunicatimie or lettera on business relating to the , le lIMrura attention, mint be l'UST PAID. fO CLUBS. J 'area eoaiat lo on address, (5 00 ea Da Do 10 oe Fifteen Do D Jo 00 Five dollar In edvane will pay fur three year'e aubscrip rUe to the American. Oae ftauare of 16 lines, 3 timeet err subsequent Insertion, e Square, t months, ia monthe, One year, Bulimia Card) of Fire, line', per ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. lUasI)iitgton Sfrtus. (Corrnpon1f nr ef the Public flg of J i FROM WASHINGTON. , Wairingtok, Jn. 19, 1850. ' Th Housf, after ballotling a whole week for Srgeant-s.t-Armt anj Doorkeeper, agreed to day, by a majority of lvo, to postpont the election of Doorkeeper and Pottmatler till the 4th March, 1851. Several,"'" fact a great many Democratic members were ab. sent J but Mr. Cobb, of Alabama.,' perceiTing that the resolution was about to carry, voted in the affirmative, thus reserving to himself , the right to vote on Monday for a reconsider-! ation of it. If the motion to reconsider pre Tils, we may have another week's trial J but we shall get right at last, and these little gue rilla wars are, after all, not so bad as a fight at once on the great questions dividing the two sections of the Union. There is no doubt, in my mind, that the non-intervention views of Gen. Cass and Mr Dallas are becoming every clay more and more popular, not only among...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1850

SUNBUBY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 4v D ImPohtakt'T'acti AtyiL or DT him ' Soi. &o.-1t will b remem beTd that during th wSrtement attendant rn lh arrest of rrofetsor Webster ana the ubwquent examination of his private desks t his residence at Cambridge, it wa stated 4hat two notel in Dr. Packman's handwriting iiad been discovered. One of these notes was for (2.400, and it is said bore on its back ndorsemenis sufficient to cover its face. The other was a note fur 487, which the Profcs sor alleged to have paid tho Doctor, and rook the note itself instead of a written receipt in acknowledgment that the obligation was ran celled. ,i When the discovery of the notes was first made public, it was thought by some that they formed another link in the fenrful cHuln of evidence which encompassed the Profcs- or; but, upon calm consideration, this sup position was repudiated by many, and the whole transaction finally resulted io the con viction that these notes, instead of tending furthe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1850

SUN BURY' AMERICAN i AND SHAM OKIN JOURNAL. fFrc.ni the N. A. Fsrmer.l THE HISTORY OF LIFE. An unknown correspondent ha tent u the annexed brief, but most poetio nd truthful ketch. It it a painfully porfeot "History of Life." I saw an Infant in iis moihei 'is arms, ... And left it aleeping Yeara passed I saw a girl, vrith woman t charms, In sorrow weeping. Years passed I saw a mother vrith a child, And o'er it laiipuish J Ysars brought mo back ; yet through her tears ' she smiled In deeper anguish. Haft her vaars had YanisheJj I returned, And slood before her J A lamp beside the childless widow burned Griefs mantle o'er her ; In teara I found her whom I left in tears, On God relying; And I returned a?aiii in after years, And found her dying. An infant first an then a maiden fair A wife a mother And then a childless widow in despair Thus met a brother I And thua wa meet on earth, and thus we part - To meet oh 1 never Till death beholds the spirit leave the heart, To live forever! P. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1850

x 1 f.-i i n:)- tN BUI .11' '" '- ' r.' H;,Bi MASSER, EDITOtf AND PROPRIETOR. . ....... ... I 7 , . . , , ' OpFlCE, MARKET. STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. i jramds ilttospaptr-Drbotrtt to JjotMca, fcUtrature, ifttorajftj, T6rtan irtui Bomtsttc iittos, Stff ttfe, anb thC 3lrts, srcrtcwlturr, ittarbrt, gjfmtisrmrnls, fcc. KtfW SERIES VOL. , NO. 4.i SUNHUIIY, I.-QRTIIUMDBRLAND COUNTY, PA.. SATURDAY, KEHRUArV "a, I fi.fO- OLD SERIES VOL. 1, NO. ft). r-lfets lte3 - : ' TERNS OF THE AMIJIlll 4 . TUB AMF.RICA! It published every Sntnnluy at TWO bOLLAKB pet annum to he paid Imlf v"rly in atlvauce, Ne paper diecnntinued until am, arrejirnifr ur pMM. All oinmtimcatinut cir letters on niiiit?mi relnllpp; tt the t(M, W intur attention, nuut be FUST RAID. TO CLUB8. T'bft Sople to on addree. 85 00 !) l)o won Fift i i jo uo Fir eollor In advanc will pay fat thre. yaar'i eubecrip Vea to th American. a Sea.r. of It linn, 3 timet, . f I 00 iv aea,aent hiaertion, 25 qaaro, nwathe, i.vi wia ft.mtha,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1850

OFflClAL REMCONrRE AT LIMA. . Ths Secretary of Statohas corntrunicatad to the United Statci Sstmte, in compliance with a resolution of inquiry pasted by that body, a despatch from Mr. Provost, the Uni ted Slates Consul at Lirna, which encloses letter giving an account of an" extraordinary occurrence at that place between Mr. Zab diol W. rotter, United Slates Consul at Val paraiso, . Mid Mr. Henry ' Stephen; SulliVtn, h British Charge d'Aflaires to the Govern rnent of Chili. Mr. "Provost's despatch en closes a letter to Mr. Chryton from Mr Potter which gives the subjoined account of tho af fair. , . , ; . . It becomes my duty, thus early, spart from the gratification it affordw me, of informing you of my delightful passage on both sides of the continent so far, to forward you an olfi cial communication. I did not suppose that I should hare occasion to do so before reach ing Valparaiso; but a recent unpleasant dif ficulty having occurred in this city on Mon day last, 10th instant, bet...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1850

V At numerous and redpec'al)'t!. Wle'!t' of the eititeris of Lewis lownsinp and parts adjacent, conrened at (M house of Michael Reader, in the Village of Titrbulville, o-tha ISlh olt., on motion tlie lion. JUtifN JMUIN 1 COMERY was called to the chair; and Sam- ueuShIkmoh, Esq., Col. Damicl Debb, Dr. Tosiis PirEB) Michael Reader and Peter Stuoup were appointed Vice Presidents; 'and Dr! Jf. 0. Worrell, and A. B. Artman ysete appointed, Secretaries.! , . - - On motion the followiiirr botrimitlee ; wa appointed to report proceedings for the coil' ideratioit of the meeting, to wit : Geo. A WxkofT, John W. Bryson, Esq., Dr. J. 8 Giltner, J. D. Barr, Esq., J.' B. Barr, Dr. II G.Worrell and A. T. Beiscl.' , : .Whereupon the Committee retiied and re ported the following resolutions Whereas the people of the upper end of Northumberland county, have long beon ot the ooinion that ft new count Vi to be formed out of parts of Northumberland, Lycoming, Columbia and Union, would be hiuhly advuii- ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1850

From th Bsltiroora Argus. . ' TBI CASE OF TALMADOB. XaAROW ESCAPE FROM TttK 'oALLOVVS. tV htT already alluded to ths. xlraor iinary esse of John Talmadge, of one of the interior towns of New York, who after feeing indicted for murder and imprisoned for lix months, wai found to be wholly in nocent. The case ii one of the most re markable on record, and howi how care ful we ahould be in our judgment! and ver dict. A correspondent of the New York Mirror givet the following thrilling narra fW of the incidenli connected with the affair. Ifothing more fully" imbu?d with atarthng interest can be found in the most absorbing worki of fiction : Ballston Sr-A., Dec. 21th, 1S49. Tha most lingular and abounding devel pmenU that ever characterized the pro ceedina of a court of justice, have just been made before the Oyer and Terminer now silting in this place." You remember the case of John Talmadse, indicted here last spring for the murder of Vm. L.Dodge, tne engineer wno was tinea dj me num in?...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1850

1 T -' i 11 OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.' II. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PROP1UETOR. gl jramCIfi iletospapcr-Detootrt to 33olft(cs, Hftcnrturr, ittornlftg, jrortffln !tirt Dbmcstfc iUtos, Scfe nte the arts, Hflrtculttirr. JHarftets, Etmustmrnts, rc. ,r r-"?ir v NEW S Kill 1.3 VOL. . jVO.'.I7. SUNRURY, NORT.lUMnKRLANn COUNTY. PA.. SA'I till DAY, VEURUARV 10. 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 31 r if tiff sd lit: TERMS OF Til E AMKHICIA. THR AMERICAN is published every Saturday at TWO &YOLLAKS per annum hi be paid half yearly in advance, n paper discontinued until all arrearage, are pom. AU eornnnlnicBtions or letters on nuriiiieiw rrlitiingto the lata, te insure attenwai, must lie ruot i aiu. to CLUBS. Tare ee.ies to mi address, even r, - . Ie Ho (l 0 finaea ,,!) ! MUU Fit dollara in advance will pny for three year's suhscrip eiea ta the American, i - Oa. Sonar, of I line., I timea, air euaeeqaenl insertion, Square, 3 months, . Six months! One year, Baeineas Cards of F...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1850

JTo reign JCtto 0. ARRIVAL OF THE ETJROr A. VWO WKEKt LATER FROM EVBOPE. Tha steamship Europn, Cnpt. Loit, arrWed at Halifax about 7 o'clock on Friday evening. She sailed from Liverpool on Saturday, ihe 30th ull, and our advices from Europe are) therefore, two weeks later than thoie previ ously received. Cotton bad gone up I to I higher. Sale for the week were 83,000 bales. ' The flour market was inactive, and a trifle better. Lard had advanced 2s. CotTee wat in lens demand, at lower pricea. Money was abundant, with signs of greater stringency. United States slocks remained unchanged Ttnl Last ! the Packet Ship Hotting and Thirteen Llv... The splendid New York packet ship Hot linger, Capt. Bursley, has fallen a prey to the fury of the elements, and frorj the tenor of the last accounts lespccling her, a melan choly loss of life attends the disaster. The Hottinger sailed from Liverpool for New York on the 1st January. She had 290 cabin and steerage passengers, together with the captai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1850

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Mm nut . . . lPm ..rtrruie, niltont JWtt'ncy, illiamsport, Ltwubvrgt Mf- '. JHnbttrg, JVew Berlin and Selinsgrove. Leaves tbs City every Thursday Morninf ornous xw phiadbiphiai FOR PACKAGES AND MUIIT GOODS, LIVINGSTON Co.'s Kjpcfs, Drpof 43 AViA rVd Sfreei AND FOR HKAVY AltTICl.ttS, At CONRAD, CARTER It Co. Depot Cor. e BrtHid iy CArry. January l, 1850. ROBT. I SETII. THOS. P. B. S M SETII & BROTH Kit. WHOLESALE GROCERS axd Commteeion .fHr rrliiintiit, NO. 8 PRATT BTR13BT, (Ntm Bowlv'i Wharf,) BALTIMORE, Will pay parlirulsr attention to tlie tale ofCR A IX nil all oilier product of the farm. Baltimore, January 16. 1850. ly 'rlbaaaberlind Cnnr ' In tlie Orphans' Court of siiid , County, at January Term A. IX 1851). Vke petition of John Iloag, Jr., and Magnet his vie late Ltiubach, and Samnel Trucke miller, and farah his wife, late Sarah Lein lack, all of the County of Northumberland, represent : That John I.oiiitiocli, lute of Lewis townshi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1850

II)C .farmer.- VALUABLE TO FATHER FAIlMlill. The British Gardner's Chroniclt !! the following interesting, anil happy anecdoto of a farmer of the olilen time nml school. "This farmer who owned and occupied 1000 acres o( land, had three daughters. When his eldest daughter married, he gave her one quarter f his land for her portion, but no money ; and ho found by a littlo more peed and a little better management, the produce cf his farm did not decrease. When his sec ond daughter mnrried. he gare her one-third of the remaining land for her poition. but no money. He then set to' work and began to grub up his furzo and fern, and ploughed up what he called the poor dry furze land, even' when tho furza covered in some cases, nearly half the laud. Alter giving half his lands way to two of his daughter?, to his 2real sur prise ho found that the produce increased ; ho made more money, because his new bro ken furze land brought excessive crops, and nt the same time he farmed the whole of his ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1850

i- .? :.n mmpmimm&i 1 Jf. ft. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ; 3 jFamlla iirtospapcr-Dctotci to ftoiwcs, aftcrature, XttoraUi, jrcrc'tfln aito Domestic ilcVus, ScftitVe airt tVc si r 'siflrtc'ulturc, 'mmtx, fltonisemtrtts, Set. YiEW series Vol. a, no. -is. suxnuTtY, N-oR'hYUMiiKRiiANn couxty. pa.. sAtLriuy, i nnnUAR . aa, is.io. ; ; OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 22. ..... ' ' ' ) . ffTV 1 ' T" . , r . e , . c ' . t l' TKBMS OF THE AMERICA. fftK AMERICAN is published every Saturday at TWO Okl.AK per annum to he pmid half yearly in advance, :ie mptr d.sconunuea unui all arreontge are pniu. All eommnnicatinns or letter, on bnines relating to the 'fie, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. TO CLCB9. Tbree eoaies to one adores. 85 0" eeoa D. Do 10 OU Viiteea Do Lie - CflUO F it Sollare In advance will pay fdr three year's subscrip Niee u the American. ) (euare af l( line., 1 time., eiy .ueuqaent inaertien, square, moalbs, Iti Month., Hiia ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1850

lUaoljingtou TXtw. (Correspondence of the Phil. Ledger mOM WASltlNOTON. Waihinctoh, Feb. 17, 1850. ' There ii a rnmot in town, that Mr. Clay ton meant to resign the offica of Secretary of Stale; and another, that he haa already re signed ; but that the President would not ac cept his resignation. I Jo not believe it yet though I have good leaaon to know that Mr. Clayton threatened to da to if they would make him angry. 1 cannot for the lif of me see how Mr. Clayton manages to keep his temper; but his course in regard to what he is pleased to call the Nicaragua negotia lion, was certainly auch, that on Sunday last it was disapproved by thecabinot itself; and if Mr. Clayton can manage to pardon such an indignity he certainly shows great forbear ance and an amiability of temper which en , titles him to the respect of the wotld. Mr. Clayton's error consists in offering terms to Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer, when he knew, from Sir Henry's own lips, that he (Bulwer) had no instructions or powe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. KECEirxs Am) m the 4 v.,??ftTlIUMnEnLAND COUNTY, . , January, J.-fr-mS, ta Vu 31i day Dntmbtr, A. D. J"" ' J 189, both day, included. SIMPSON ESQ , TREASURER aiwrovi , TUB JESSE M. DR. T Cash on hand, per Auditor, last Report, i cth received from Cormnis ionen'. sales of Unseated la mis Cash received of George Nile man, refunded, Cash received ol Court honsa " Cash received for holding in quest on the body of J. Losr, in Lower Mahanoy, refun ded, Collateral inheritance money received of H. Bellas, Cash received of Wm. Gulick, Inle treasurer, by error Au ditor's last Report, for 1847, " By interest on the same, Cash for rent of Court house, ' " State house, Cash received of C. Miller, for tajes on land in Upper Augusta, 1H47, '48 and '49, Cash received of Wm. De Pue for county and Slate tax, for 1845, '46, was relumed by collectors of Rush township, " Cash received of Alexander Stricklin, from Esq Weiser's docket. Bond of H. B. Masser for un sea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1850

r SUNBURY. 'AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKINi JOURNAL. Ttife GOOl WIFE. Thers can be no doubt but that a good" wire it a great Classing, and, it it also true, that all wives desire to be good. Man-, however, think they can be pood without ex ertion. This is an error. Monlal exertion, ami sometimes sacrifice of feeling fs required But see the reward. The influence of n good vfife it immense. The power of a wife for pood or evil it irresistible. Homo must be the seat of happiness, or it must be forever unknown. A good wife is to a man wisdom and courage, and strength and endurance. A bad one is confusion, weakness, iliscomfili re and despair. No condition is hopeless whe i the wife possesses firmness, decision and economy. There is no outward prosperity which can counteract indolence, extravagance and folly at home. No spirit can long endure bad domcstie influence. Man is strong, but his heart is not ndamant. He delights in enterprise and action ; but to suslain him he needsa tranquil mind, and...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 March 1850

la- . -. - I JL . IV. JL JLJ JL IL1 JL Ay 1 jL H. B. MASSEE, EDITOR AND PKOP1UET015. OFFICE, MAMET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. -g . jfsmlia klttospaptt-Dttootrt to EoWfcs. aftcNitlrfe, IWoraltts, ortfart nnb ttomcsifc neVoS, fitttrttt nntr the Slrts, Slortrulturr, itfarkett, Snttisemrrtts, &i NEW SKI! IKS. VOL. . NO. 49. 8UNI1UHY, tfrtRTHUMBEltLANtt COUNTY. tA. SATfcBllAY, MAHClt . 1830, OLD SERIES VOL. I0k NO. 2ft, TGiuh or hp. A.m lii 4 . THE AMKMCAN it publisher! .very Sutunlay at TWO toOLLAtitt per aiuium to b paid half yearly in advance, (W paper iliac. 'ntiirueil until ALL nrrennifre. nr. mi,l. All .mniun.catloi.. ur Mien on Im.im-iai rot ui.ig to the nee, ! imure ullemi'.., niu.t he ru&T I'All). ' TO L'LL'US. 5 Yarae eopiaa to on athtrwa, 1 BSOO .ea . . l li t tuu timraa Do Do 4(1 OU Five dollari liiailvaim will pflyfiiHhteayww'liubiicrip Via U the American. Oil. Sauare of 1( lltieat, J lime, try aubneqaeiit In.ertioii, Sqaare, a raoiilha, 8)1 mtMftha, Una jrear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 March 1850

f o r c i (fit fiK c tu i . ARRIVAL OF THE A A M E ll I C A X TWO WEEKS LATER FROM EfROPE. Sine trt sailing of tho last steamer par liament has mot. the Queen' speech beerrde livered, end in some degree the main features of the proposed policy of minister has been dovefopod. Both honses of parliament were opened by proxy on the 3 1st nit., w hen the speech from tho throno was delivered by the Lord" Chan' et?llor. Wo subjoin a summary of the document After lamenting the death of lh late Queen Downjjer, ami stating in the usual terms that we are at peaeo with all foreign powers. It says on the sttbj-cl of the Turko Rt:s sian question what follows in the course of the Austrian war, differences of a serious character arose between Austria and Russia on the one hand, and tho Sublime Porta on the other, in regard to tho treatment of the considerable number of persons who, after the termination of the civil war in Hungary, had taken refuse in the Turkish territory, explanations which took ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 March 1850

0eranflCounir... I In the CW..:r ' '"'Ptitionnf J .unn Wa((jr, .W.! and 7tiu '3r'i, i$ cif latt Leinbach, and Strmnel Trucks miller, and fiarah his vife, late Sarah iei'n. hach,tall of the County of Northumberland, represent r ' ' ' - '" ' ' That John I.cinhacli, late of Lewii township, In the county of Northumlje Hand, on the first day of December A. D. 1849, died intestate, leaving surviving him eight children, and the children of two daughter, previously deceased, vit i Mary Rhirt, only child of Mary Shirts, dee'd., late Mary I.einbach and who was intermarried with Jacob Bhirtx, of Columbia county, and who is still liv ing. 8rah the petitioner, intermarried with Sam uel Truckomiller, late Saralt Leinbach, Elizabeth Karchner, late Elizabeth Leinbach; Benjamin Leinbach, now of Dauphin county ; W illiam Leinbach, Catherine Krcbs, late Catherine Lein bach, intermarried with Henry Krcbs of Centre county ; Daniel Leinbach of Mairra county, in the slnto of New York i Magarct Haag, late ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 March 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL; (Sljfjauntt. . n 1. 1 - .k. Ameficaa Fowl .... . 1 ,T-PllIOWl'"' , """ J Teed your hrti It U good rultjy ;Bin ,0 0y( or whilt MgMybo&Jiately after ceasing to lay, toohigmy sj,-i.illteiv lyliyyoa wish to fatten them for table in; for a won at a fowl begin! to fatten, she llopi laying. Voo must, therefore, teparate the two clae ef fowl, layer and fatteners, at afl eente at feeding time. Make ome teparate provision for yonr cock ; if they are only fed in company with the hen, they are apt to think too much of their mistrewM, and to neglect their own appetite ; and re collect that to hare ttrone chicken, you mint hae a ttrong male, which and ill-fed bird cannot be expected to proe. You thould also make a separate provision for such fowl at are bullied or oppressed by the rest. Fowls are much given to jealousy ; the cock'a favor it tometimet the cause of this, 'but by no meant invariably to, and indeeJ, the cause it not at all timet to be ascert...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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