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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 April 1850

N ERICAN 0 H. B. M ASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. I 3 JfnmUa xiruspapcr-Dc)otcli lo Jjoltucs, aftcrnturr, illoriWiu, jrorcfan .an Domrstft iirtus, Srftncc aD the arts, Slcrtculturr, JliarlUts, amusements, tct. Ni$w seuiks vol. a, no. a. SUXHUKY, NOUTIIUMlllini-ANl) C'Ol'KTY. PA., SATtHDAY, APRIL' 13, I 8 -TO. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 20, " Ls ? n - - !TlJv.s.:ir..,:-.o ....... - ' 1 -H-L L 11 ' 1 : F SMMI --r 1 TBBMH " " THE AMF.R1CAN i. pt.blt.hed every Saturday at TWO bOLLAUS per umiiu to lie paid half yerly m nnnre, ffi, to inior attention, murt be 1 1 it I a i u TO CM '!! Kevon l- FhTi'dollnr. in o.lvm.o. will .y'f..i lh.ee y,-,u-nl,rip-in to Ui American. i Sauart of Hrtrt, S time, "? ety aoliaeqnenl iiwutlion, ( aequnre, 3 niofltha,' ' aT1 Six months, 'ft(L(. Merchant, and other., advert..,. by the year, with the privilege ol iu.erinB m.- ferent advertiaemenla weekly. UT Larger Adverti.emenl., a. r agreement 10 (XI v.." E.B.1A33ERS...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 April 1850

J'B'J.'-'I'Agl'JJ- SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Utooljtogton Ncujs. Corrtipon lmr at th Vhit. Lsdst J FROM niftUFKtTON. Waiiumotoh, April 8th, 150. 'California, New Mexico anil Utah" said Mr. Clay to-day, In his impromptu reply lo Col. Benton, who made an elaborate but not great speech on the Free soil question, "are inter New Mexico the oldest, Californa the next in age, anJ Utah the youngest. They all came here last year on thu same footing claiming territorial governments at our hands. And now, forsooth, that California has made a runaway match, she turns up her nose and thinks herself degraded from being associa ted With her nnmarried sisters." A roar of laughter followed this sally of hnmorand sar casm, ao exquisitely applicable to Col. Fre mont'. 'Particulars." It was ft doath-blow to Mr. Benton, from which he will not re cover as easily as from the Injury received from the buret ing of "the peace maker," on board the Princeton. Mr. Clay was not above humanity as his...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 April 1850

SUNBU11Y AMEMCaN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. (.California ARRI7A1 0? TUB CHEROKEE AJTD EMPIRE CITY. Oa Moath Latm tram Callfwala. 93,349,000 IP GOLD DUST I Hains over Great Discoveries of Gold-Bui-ticsi active-Dturtt asks admission to Cali fornia Tht Markets, Cfc. Tho temer Cherokee, of .lowland tt A .pinwall'o line, from Chairfi, evening of March 26th, arrived at New York on Friday. She brought eW 0 freiSht ,0 ,ha v"lue of 1,053,4m. The leamship Empire City, dipt. John Tanner, arrived Friday evening from Cha gre, bringing 153 passengers, in whose hands it a very larpe amount uf gold dut, estimated at near a million of dollara. Intelligence from San Francisco, was re ceived at Panama by the steamer Oregon, to the evening of March 1st. The Pucifio Mail steamer Oregon, Capl. Patterson, sailed from San Francisco on the evening of the 1st March, and arrived at PunamA on the 20ih. She brought to Panama 262 passengers, and S 1.343,602 on freight, principally in gold dust, aiid at least $1,000,0...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 April 1850

L Jl SUN BURY- AMERICAN ''AND' SHAMOKIN iJOUimAL. M Wuhino Liquor. Our lady readers, My tha Scientific American, will thank u for the following receipt ; Dissolve ilb, of limo in boiling water, straining twice through it Ann uel bag j ilissolre, neparately, 41b. of annr) unit lib. of soil, boil the tluen together. Tut i t galloni of water into ihd boiler, and when boiling, aJ.l the mixture.:' The linen which must have been steeped in co'J watci for twel'o hour, are runq out any stnins rubbed with aoap, ami put into the boiler, where they mnst remain for thirty-Cve minutes. They are then drawn, the liquor being pre eited, as it can be used three times, placed in a tub, and clear boiling water poured over it. -Rub them out, rime them well in colj water, and they are ready for drying. By this' process, two-thirds of the ordinary labor of washing is saved ; b'.eachinp is entirely dispensed with; the clothes are mneh cleaner and ara less worn than by the ordinary mode of washing, and the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 April 1850

AMERICAN, OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a JTamflg iirtuspaptr-DctJOtrti to Dolftfcs, attrrnturr, IttoraUts, iFottfrjtt airt Domestic jirtos, Science ano the arts, aurtculturr. jwarfcets, amusements, fcc. HEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. . SUNBURY, NORTIIUA1DERLAN I) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 0, 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 34 SUNfiURY 41 Wfef Mw TKRSIS OF THE AMIIHICAS. mB AMERICAN i published every Attnntay at TWO OL!7aK9 per annum to be Imlf yearly 1.1 ..lvnnce, fci oaprr discontinued niitil am. nrrenrnce. are paid. AdmluUtia,,, or teller, on "-"' ,u ,h offiee, t. insur. tteiiti"ii, must lie 1 OS I 1 A1U. 1U tin J"J- .re.eopieitoon. address. i'"" T.o 80 00 Fir. dollar. In .dv-anc. will pay for Ihre. year'.abscrip lion to tl American. Oil. 8au.r. of 16 lines, 3 time., 00 2.i err mwi ., Square, 3 monlh., "Six months, BusVessCsrd. of Five lines, per ai.iium, Merchants nnd others, advertising by llie r, with the privtlrne nf inserting ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 April 1850

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Letter from pnor. webster'8 davoii. teii.- , The followinr loiter in published in tho Manchester Messenger. It will be tead with painful interest : j . CAMiMDor,1 April 8th, 1850. Daniel Marsh, Esq:. Sir, I this moving teceived the very kind letter you addressed to me, and which I hasten to answer, to thank you, in tba name of my mpther, rny sjsters, and myself, for the true sentiments. you en terlaiu wpecting my bolovedJiiihcrj, Ymi believe him innocent, and you believe what is trnt. Ilo is tho victim of circumstances, if deeply injured man. That Vie is innocent, we his-ramily 'know; and 'notliing on earth will ever take fiom us this conviction We .have never, fiom the moment ho was snnluh ed from his home, had a shadow of doubt on eur minds and whatever tho world may say 6r do, we shall ever have that feeling to sup port us. The knowledge of his innocence supported my father during the hours of suf fering in the court-room ; that it is that ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 April 1850

SUNBUKY AME1UCAN. AND S1IAMOK1N JOURNAL. 3U1 Sorts of Stems. A Doctor's Joke. A well-known physi cian, in a certain city, vrt very much an Cloyed by an old, lady who wm always sure to accost him in the street, for the pupose of telling over her ailments.- Once sho met Inm when he was in a very great hurry. "Ah ! 1 see you are quite feeblo," said the doctor; "shut your eyes and show me your tongnc." She obeyed, and the doctor moved off, leav. ingher standing tbore for some time, in this ridiculous position, to the infinite amusement of all who witnessed the funny scene. April is a month that puts love and mis 'chief into the heads of everything, beginning with dairy maids, and leaving off with he japonicas. "Squeeth my hand, Simon, and 'keep my head from becoming dithey." Improvemsnt is Planting Treks. Hon. John McVea, of this Parish, whose gardens 'and shrubbery Sheustone well might envy, Vias discovered that a young tree is made to 'grow much more thriftily when set out, if the top...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 April 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. IttigctUaucotta .flfattrr from the Louisville Journal. ftT I. . BAHRICK. Tha winter winds and storms ar past, The surly blast are blown, Th voice of Spring is heard at last, In blithe and joyous tone ; The little streams, from frost set free, With gladdening tnusio sing; The south wind comes with songs of glee To welcome in the Spring. The heart of earth its foliage wide Unfolds like summer's rose; Through wood and stream a quickening tide ; Of life and beauty flows; The light of Hay is on the sky, lis sunshine on the wing, While winter's shades and shadows fly To welcome in the Spring. The floweisare gentle springing up On hill-side and on lawn, The daisy and tho buttercup, Breathe in the balm of morn J The rillsand brooks soft answer make 1 To birds on soaring wing, Tha mineling strains of nature wake To welcome in the Spring. : 1 list me to the cheering song Of robin and the wren, -The mocking bird and jocund throng Of warbles in the glen ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 April 1850

VI :S7. e N. B U AMERICAN 0 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft Jfamfls ilrtuspapcr-Dcljotrt to ftolWcs, ftftcrnturc, .fttoraUts, iForcfan nnH Domestic ilctos, Science nntt the arts, ftortculturr, -ftlarfects, amusements, &e. NEW SEUIKS VOL. 3, NO. 3. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL S7, 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 31. R Y ttmk nc THE AMERICA!. TUB AMF.RICAN Is published every Mrtnt.y at TWO hoLbAKS per iuium to be paid half yearly in advance, V. , v .....tt ... rmarntrm are uniu. I I a paper aisconiinueai unm --'- " , ' , Aeommnniealion. or letters on I'; '!' ' ?,m ,0 the Vfflee, t insure attention, mu.i i . . TO CLf US. J.r,.eopi.toon. addrea. FiVY dollars in advance will pay for thret year's sutwerip- lion to tllf AH'niwii. w ' - m e IA line.. !l times. V i 00 t ftquare, 3 month., j''" ,x mouths, ...i....,.,.,! i,mi,rUnn. J h.rA. of Five line., per annum, 3 00 Merchant, and othera, advertising by the T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 April 1850

a SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. T IIIHT Y.FIIHT COXtlRES 11 Seolon. WasiupoToif, April 23, 1850. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Speaker announced the first business to be the motion heretofore made by Mr. Conger to suspend the rules to offer a resolu tion instructing the Committee on Post offices to report a bill abolishing the franking ptivi lege, reducing the postage on half ounce let ters to two cents when prepaid, and five centTifnoi prepaid; and providing that newspapers shall go free of postage within the county of publication, or within any dis tance of 80 miles, to aotual subscribers. 'The rules wero not suspended yens D2, nays74-a two-thirds vote being necessary Mr. Richardson asked the unanimous con sent or the House to offer the following reso lutions : ' Resolved, That a select committee of nine be appointed, with power to send for persons and papers, to inquire and report to this House whether Thomas Ewinp, Secretajy of tho in terior, re-onened and paid to G. W....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 April 1850

SUNBURY: AMEIUUAXW iUasIjhtgtdn News. orretpouilence (if the Vtiita. l-nlger FROM TTASHtNaTOMi Washington, April 20. flic compromise Committee has boon np Ixjintcd ft little differently from what t had Uason to suppose, owing to the different vo ting on Bentou'i amendments the day pre vious. The Committee have taken a fortnight for heir labor. They will report earlier, how ever, and in a single bill provide for the ad mission of California as a Slate, and for the establishment of territorial governments in Utah and New Mexico. The other subjects in controversy will be disposed of in separate tills. There is not an earthly doubt that the bill reported by the committee will pass the Senate by a decided majority. But what hen! The bill will be sent down to the llousej and there a vain effort will bo made Ho separate the two bills tho admission of California from the Territorial Bill. Should that effort succeed, which is extremely doubt fulthe separate bills will go back to the Senate. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 April 1850

1 2UtJicrUaHtoM lntttr. ToCouiuPine to Imitats Black Walnvt Every kind of wood is easier coloreJ than pine, because there is so much rosin in it, which prevents the dye from entering; but tho Scientific-American gives the following directions for doing it, which may be new to some of our readers: The pine should be perfectly free of knots, (nsthoy will not color) and a strong solution of hot logwood, boiled in a vessel for throe hours, rubbed carefully all over it, nnd then allowed to dry. It would ba bettor to have a large vessel of strong log wood. liquor, in which to steep tho pine for a few days, such as an old niolnsses cask. Af ter the logwood is dried, a solution of copper as should bo applied in the same way as the logwood, which will make the color quite black. By using a strong solution of sumac in place of the logwood, the wood will be come quite dark when it gets tho copperas put on it, but it will not have the rich appear ance of the logwood color. By using alum in plac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 May 1850

NB RICA r 1 v . . , .A .1 ' : l'l ,1- Mi n In f ":.' t-l i ' II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. gl jrumfls iUtospapcr-Dcbotrt to jjolftlcs, fi.tcrature, tftornU.B, jrorcUK an Domestic .flutes, Science nntt the arts, auvtcultuvr, iWnrUcts, amusements, c. New series vol. 3, no. o. StTXnURY, NOUTIIUMBERLANI) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 4, 18.10. OL1I SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 3. N, RY AM E TEIUHS OF THE AMERICAN . THE AMERICAN it published every Batnrrtny at TWO j DOLLARS per annum ti. be paid half year'r '" "dvance, . A. - .iiL.ti..j ....ill .i.t. arrrnnirrcp are nnin. AU eommunicnlioii. or Idler, on l'- "t 10 th Vffieei t. inatlre attention, mint he POr PA1I. tO CLU119. JkfM copie. to one iklrew, 0J Z'll. Do Io " . Pin dollars in advance will pay for three year', lubecrip. lion to tlie American. bw San.r. of IS line., 3 time., eir (ubMquent iiwertion, Square, 3 month., An month, One year, Bu.inen Card, of Five line, per annum, Merchant, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 May 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. possible facility to those who have uiulertHken 1o examine tha mihjoct,iinl in thalhave offer ed most convincing proofs that they wore not parties to any attempt at deception. We hare not yet told the half of what w are fully satisfied is true, upon the best of authority; and rot connected with the family in any way, but for every thing which we have named above, we have the most relia. ble. and. to us. undoubted and undoubtable testimony. We are as perfectly satisfied with the truth of what we have repealed at though we ourselves had witnessed it. " Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. i .' 1 The gentleman alluded to and a lady happened both to be looking at "tha middle top pane of glass in a window of ,the parlor. A round ball Btruck it noiseless ly in the centre from the inside, and after two of three slow rebounds against it, fell dead down to the floor and rolled toward tnem . It was a turnip, covered with minute multitudinous, and most be...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 May 1850

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND tSHAMOKlN JOURNAL. 3VU Sorts of Uttxw. 'Smoiita it H fcftwtNd Party. The pro (if ringing ong at an evening party may thai b deaoribad ! The young lady, on being led to tha piano, first throw a timid ulance round the room, oatenaibly to evince genfle condition ; 4n reality, te aee who ia looking at her. She then obaervea to the irriitres of the house, "that ahe ia not in very good voice, having a alight cold," which ahe confirm! by a faint sound, something between a aigh, a smile, and a single-knock cough. The hostesa replies, "Oh, but you always -aina- ao delinhlfullv." The young lady an 'awera, "that ahe is certain she cannot this 'evening; to strengthen which opinion sue tnakes some young genllemnn exceedingly Joyous by giving him her bouquet to hold ; and, drawing off her gloves in iho most np tproved style, tucks them behind one of the ttmndlestk'ks. together with her flimsy hnnd- kerchief. in such a fashion, that its deep laced border or embroidered namo ma...

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

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. .ADAMEBEAVF.LT' MTEM OF -WASHING MADE-EASY.- t. of tr.. - I.,., hm-a iApn in ftomn thrV nevMiapp. n t!vprtisempnt, hca.lei , "Washing Made Easy" of Mrs. Beavrlt, wlidreid ehfl promises to piyo cerium valua hU bints and information in regard to was -ink: for Ihe sum of one dollar. Below ! baTfonnd her great sreret, which we Ib thinking it mav possibly be useful to house wives.) Bradford Reporter. "Madame B. need not enter into a long .lissertotion the troubles of Washing Day. These are already too well known. Her ob ject is to impart information that will obviate all these troubles, and render Washing Day as pleasant as any of the seven and at the same time, save labor, wear of clothes, tear ing off buttons, skinning of hands, the cost of washboards, machines, pounding barrels, &c. DIRECTIONS. Tut your clothes to soak in soft water, (just enough to cover them,) the night before yon wish to wash. If a few quart of strong soapsuds are added s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 May 1850

-.- , .. . ...... v c ERICAN 6 II. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ! r OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El jramfla ilftospapcr-DrtbUto to DolfHcS, nttcraturr, lHoralfis jForctfjn auto Ooinntfc ilrtus, Serene ana th arts, aarfculturr, .fHartuts, amusements, &c. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. .7 SUNilURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, tAM SATURDAY MAY 11, 1 830 OLll SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 334 . .1 . A S IT L-vi .n v. a- v.,-.-- if i 'L5,-- im i mm i M l I J 1 :JI-X TERMS OF THE AMERICAS. . THE AMERICAN li pnbHshen eve ry Salnrday TWO 5)0LLARa per ranim to be paid half yenrly in advance, Ne paper discontinued mull ail arrearage, ere plU. AU eommu.iie.tinn. or letter, on busim-M relating to the 'oftc. t iuaure attention, moil be POST .All). TO CLUBS. 'Tare, eoples to one address, li.ven 5" esoo to oo -W.t.n DO WO Fir. dollar. In advanca will pay for thre. year'. subwrip 'tion to the American. 'On. Sou.', of 16 line., 3 timee, cry subsequent insertion, Square, 3 months, TSrx month., ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 May 1850

MM J S" MR. LATARO'B DISCOVERIES. The following is from a paper read be fore Ihe Royal Institute in London. Mr. Lav aril hus bi-en for soma years pnsl engaged in exploring thf ancient city of Nineveh. This city, which J"iuih, Ihe Prophet, was, sent to convict from heath- n err1, was discovered by Mr. Lnyard buried himd rods of feel beneath the sands of the desert , He has published a hiishly interesting account of bis explorations, from which we shortly make some extracts. Ed. American. "At thu ordinary meeting of Ihe Royal In stitute of Architects, London, on Tnesday, 86th nit., Mr. Brllamy, vice president, in the chair, Mr. Sidney Sinirke, fellow of tho insti tute, rend "Some remarks on the style of or namentation prevalent in Ihe Assyrian sculp ture recently discovered, and on some pecu liatities of Assyrian arcliilecluri) disclosed by Mr. Layard's discoveries." Btr. Sinirke ex hibited some admirable casts of portions of Ihe sculpture which ho had taken fmm the remains now deposi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 May 1850

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. - . . . .. y . . . . . .. ,.iJ.. ... . - California Kct0. V month Latkh from cAliforjiia. ARMtilTw til 'it STEAMSHIPS SMJIEE CITY AND GEORGIA 19,000,000 ! OsU BmH Ik Chcrskes. The Empire City bring about thirty pas engen, but no gold. On her passage from Chagres, he met with an accident to her machinery, by which it became necessary to diipenae with the use of one paddle wheel. Her arriyal has been seriously delayed by this accident. The steamship California left San Fran xisco on the afternoon of the 1st April, with the Tegular mails and 450 passengers, for Panama She reached Panama on the 23d of April, and her passengers immediately set cut for Chagres. The California steamer a, Manama brought down one million seven fcun 'dred thousand dollart in gold, on freight. The great depression in business affairs, noticed when the previous steamer arrived, has not been removed, and matter continue to look down. There have been a number of failures amo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 May 1850

Vgrtcultural. POTATO F.S Til EIR CULTIVATION. 'A writer in the Harrisburij Telegraph fives trm foUovrltiR instmetione and advice regard ing the cultivation of the potato, now the moat valuable article In the whole cataloguo of escelents : The potato crop ia one of preat value and importance to the farmor. Perhaps we may assert and without rendering onrself amena ble to the change of extravance, that it ia the crop from which, when judiciously managed the hand of cultivation realizes its richest and most valuable rewards. True we hear iuch in commendation of the beet, the turnip, carrot and pamips, and thesd unquestionably possess a very high de gree of value, and, under favorable circum stance, maybe cultivated with conriderable profit, but the potato, from its peculiar habits of growth, its hardiness and great aflluance of nutritive matter in proportion to its mass, has, I think, after all, a legitimate and indis putable claim to superior consideration. The subsidence of the singul...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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