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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 May 1850

AMER CAN. U N B U I H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jTnmdu actospaprr-Dcbotclt to JjoUtfrs, aftcrnturr, iWoraUts, jFortifln an Domcsttc Slttos, Sctcnce nnH the arts, aovfculturr, jHarftcts. Amusements, fce. NEW SEKIKS VOL. 3, NO. 8. SUNI1URY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, VA., SATURDAY, MAY 18, I S.IO. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 34 1 TERNS OF THE AMEIUCAN THE AMERICAN it published every Satnrday il HVl) t)Ol.LAK9 per annum to be paid half yly ' 'lvaiiee, K paper diaeontimiell until all arrearage! are paid. Acoininuiiicatiot.a or letter, on lu..n. ? ' jftce, Ui inaura attention, mast be POfcT 1 AILi. Tare eoplca to on addrcas, l..en ! 1 SELECT POETRY. Do in no aoo rifleen ........... ..n r.,r Hint venr'aanbacriD- Kivs ocmar. in nuuuv ,--7 . tion to the American. Oat Sonata of 1 line". 3 time., .,y subsequent inerlioii, a Square, 3 months, i?i moiitlu, S(j() Bu.'i ne-Vcnrda of Five line., prr animm, 3 00 e, "h."t "thera, advert,.,, by t .. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 May 1850

SUN1WHY AMERICAN AND SI (AM OKI N JOURNAL i-s i:o or ft !5t. Th New Voil; Sen, of Saturday, term lo be in receipt (if priviito intcllitionce from the invaders of Cuba. Willi much parade of capitals it snys : All tho vessels of the Cuban expedition have sailed, and wilhnut doubt, are, nt this moment, hoveling on I ho const of Cuba ! There is every lPJ.soii to believe ilmt I In tii.xt advices from Havana, nflcr ibis date, May llih, will Iviug us news of tin- success fulfil nlitig of the pntiiot, and tin' actual commencement of their struggle for ind 'pen derice. We are at liheily, for the present, to lay only a few particular bofoio the public. Tho plan ami management of lira parties concerned in fretting op the expedition have Uen most a.lmhablo. F.very movemenl M M cautions and so concou'el that up to (he hour of tin sailing of the vessels, only a few person, except those engaged, knew anything of tho an'.iir. Thus have the enemies to the freedom of Cuba been, this time, foil". I. T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 May 1850

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM OKI N JOUHNAL. tTFEttlNO OF EMIGRANTS. The Missouri (Independent) Common, wealth notices the return of Mr. Hatchet from California, who had acted as guide for the party of Col. Collier from Santa Fa. He returned by the way of the Gila river, and passed emigrants along the entire route. He witnessed among them an amount and a de gree Of suffering such as it ncrer was his lot to see before, though he has spent the most of his life in the midst of the dangers and hardships of the Rocky Mountains. One in- stance of suffering, related by the Common. wealth, of the many witnessed by Mr. Hat cher, was particularly heart-rending : Two young ladies were accidentally dis covered in the thaparel, where they had wan dered in search of tuc-aimf fruit or food. They were in tattered dresses, without bon nuts or shoes, and lost. They vveto about the ages of ten and sixteen. Mr H. con ducted them to their parents some miles dis tant. There were eight children in the fam ily...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 May 1850

T7 JUJ-ALR-LLLIJ SUN I5UHY. AMERICAN AND SITAM0K1N JOURNAL 5Vevuultuval. CORN AID l'OTATOF.9 TOGETHKIl. Tho iilcanilvnnroil by snmr, thrt potalnrn planted in rows nltornaling with corn, would prevent the polntoo rot, induced many laM year to try the experiment. As tho potatoo disease did not prevail so extensively during the last season as usual, the results of the ex periment in this respect are not so definitely ascertained ns wo could wish. It has also been believed, by some, that this is a better mode of raising these two crops than by planting them separately. We have been reminded of this idea by reading tho address delivered by Mr. New hall, before tho Essex County Agricultural Sooiety, at their last Cutllo Show. We find thai he advances tho same idea, and brings forward some facts corroborating it. Premi um had some years ago been offered by that Society for mixed crops of coin, beans, potatoes, &c. Mr. New hall says--'-But one premium had been claimed, which was for a c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 May 1850

SU;NBURY A Mil I CAN. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PHOPRIETOfc. fcEW SE1UKS VOL. 3, NO. 9. TERMS OF TUB AMERICAN -THE AMKHICAN il pubrtahed every Saturday at TWO IOLLAUS per annum to be paid hall' yearly in advance, ffa papar discontinued until all arrearagea are paiil. All communications c letters on business relating to the ssae, ta insure attention-, rhitot be rOST l'All). TO CLIB3. Tkrea copies to one add rem, S5 fcevsn D l'J 10 00 Tifteen Do Bo SO 00 Pira dollars in advance will pay fur Dues year's subscrip tion to the American. tae Sauai of 18 lines, 3 times, ety subsequent insertion, a Square, 3 months, ix months, )aa yer, Business Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchants and others, advertisiur by the rear, with the privilege nfinserttr?g d!t lerent advertisements weekly. E" Larger Advertisements, as per ogreerhont. tino si SMI 375 800 3 00 low H. B. IA3SE?a, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBXTBT, PA. Business aiteiMivil to in the Counties of Nor VvntierlanJ, Union, LycomiliR and Columbia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 May 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM OKIN JOURNAL. FOREIGN BT THE HIBEHfttA. FRANCE. Thb FuENrH Ei.ecTioit The London cor respondent of the New York Advertiser says: The first effect on the French funds of nearly 3 per cent, and the alarm of the re actionists was excessive and pitiable. No lesson was gained from it, however, and no thing but words ot execration and the old threats of reporting to 'an amendment of the electoral law,' or in other words to tho sup pression of universal suffrage, found vent from the defeated party. The Socialists, on the other hand, have continued to avoid all provocation to and armed collision. The threats of subversion, of an appeal to foice, and of an attack on the constitution, are thus confined to the adherents of the government, and to the so called friend of 'order,' whose patience is already tried beyond endurance by the deteimination of the Socialists to let things wotk legally. Of course, however, a crisis cannot now be much longct delayed. The return of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 May 1850

IA-U- SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. (Obioirai.. THE COLtMBlNt. Where frowns the dnrk rock ateppest Along the mountain it, Where yawns the chasm deepest, To meet the rushing tide, Where not green thing groweth Or flower dares to shine, In fearless beauty bloweth The graceful Columbine. No gay companions seeking Of varied smell or hue, Nitr soil with richness reeking, It seems to shun our view, ' A tremblingly it bentleth Upon its slender stem, With modesty which lendeth Charms to that mountain gem. While steadily it clingeth Fast to the rugged stone, And welcome sweetness bringeth Where it must bloom alone; As charity upholdeth The friendless and dislressM, And with true kindness foldeth The lonely to her breast. There many a truth in flowers That spangle o'er the mead, Good pregppts glow o'er bowers If man would only read ; And whosoever seeketh, Will need no magic art, Their simple beauty speaketh The language of the heart. ACRICLLTIRAL BUREAU. Senator Sturgeon, Chairman o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 May 1850

SUNBURY7 AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL: , a-- 1 It i tiir Oknchai. Co!rrr.m or th Mmhodist Protestant Church which i now in session at Baltimore. On Fricfuy last ''Tho Rev. Mr. Morrison submitted two resolution, proposing certain changes in the discipline, and as a substitute for them the Rey. Mr. Rag. moved to strikeout from the book of discipline all that part containing the articles of religion and the general rules of Charles and John Wesley. On the motion to taiso a committee to be called the "theolo gical commilteo," and to refer the subject to it, an animated discussion arose many of the speakers contending that the motion was a fatal stab to the interests of the church, and that its adoption would lend to its ulti mate disorganization. Finally the previous question was callod and sustained, and the conference proceeded to vote on the trtieslion whether the theological committee should be appointed. The yeas and nays, and the vote by orders (lay and ministerial) being called...

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

NB.URY AMERICA IL B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI iFamfly iittuspaprr Dcbotca to Jjolftfts, aftcraturc, iWovalftij, jForcfrjn nun Domrstfc dittos, Scfci.cc avto the arts, aortculturr, marltcts, amusements, &c. SUMIURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, I8.0. HEW SEMF.S VOL. 3, N. 10. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 30 ft. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN THE AMERICAN in publi.hcn every Hnturdny it TWO I0UI.LAH8 per annum to be puitl half yearly m advance, N. paper di.eontinued until all arrearage, are ,'' All communication, or ii iicr. un , ' ' -- K.a M iu.iire attention, must be 1'LIS 1 1 AIU. -flice, M TO CLUBS. Tares conic, to ona acldre.., Sevan P .-. iirt Do psoo IUlr SOtlO rnieeil ... f it,ri. vur'. .illiKfrilv Fiva dollar, in buvuik.- pj - r lion tu ilia American. Oa Smiate of 16 line., 3 time., flW ,,y .uu.equent ni.crliun, t Square, 3 month., Six month., BMinea'carrla of Five line., per annum, 3 01) Merchant, and other., nd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 June 1850

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. California HKcm .1. ARRIVAL OF THE CRESCENT CITY. THREE wei:k later. One Million of Gold Dust en Route to the United States. Melancholy Disinter at Trinidad Bay. Tho steamship Crescent City, Ludlow' from Chagres, via. Kingston, (.lam.) arrived at New York on Saturday afternoon. . The steamer Philadelphia, Pearson, nrriv. d nt Chagres on tho 13th, and would fail again on the 16th. The Crescent City brings 5200,000 in gold dust, in the hands of tho passengers. Mr. J. R. Ruggles, from New York, a pas senger on board, died after tho vessel was two days out fiom Acnpulco. 1 1 is diseaso whs chronic iiitlaminalion. It was reported to bo very healthy at Pa namn ; and the steamers now due. ami those there, will take all persons waiting for pas sage. The number of Americans transacting business at Panama had greatly ineieased. The business of transporting passengers up ihe Chagres river is fast going into the hand of the Americans. At Chagres it appear...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 June 1850

suNiwuY American" and sii amokin journal. Tub Oalphisitw. Thelf asfcingfon Union enumerate the ciaims which havo been al lowed by tho present Administration, without the authority of Congress, and estimates the aggregate at nearly one million of dollars There is no good reason to doubt the correct ness of the estimate. It is more than proba ble that all the claims will be subjected to the scnitiny of Congressional Committee?, and that the people will, ere long, be posses led of the facts in every case. Is there no proof, in all these disgraceful nonactions, of mir assertion, made long since, that the aid liven by prominent Whigs to the election of General Taylor, was nothing but u pecuniary speculation upon his ignorauco and incompe tency 1 Spirit of the Times. ' Tub North Carolinians hare given up he Nashville Convention. The deleentes elected to it by the only Congressional Dis trict which seemed to be in earnest decline going, on the ground that under existing cir cumstances a Co...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 June 1850

7 SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL 3UfgtrUiiurou0 SWatttr. A BEAITII t L LITTLE STORY. A ClIIt.D OF rBAYKRt A few weeks since, in coining down the North River, I was seated in the cabin of the magnificent steamer Isaac Newton, in conversation with some triends. It was becoming late in the evening, and one after another, seeking repose from the cares and toils of the day, made preparations to retire to their berths. Some, pulling off their boots and coals, lav themselves down to rest ; others, in the attempt to make it seem as much as possible like nome, inrcw on more of their clothing each one ns his comfort, or apprehension of danger, dic tated. I had noticed on the deck a fine looking little boy of about six years old, following around a man, evidently his father, whose appearance indicated him to be a foreigner, probably a German a man of medium height, and respectable dress. The child was unusually fair and line-looking, hand somely featured, with an intelligent an af fect...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 June 1850

AMERICAN UNI II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a iFamflg ilttospaprr-firtotcH to jjotftfcs, Hftcraturc, .morality jForcfjn an Bomtstfc iictos, Btttntt an& the arts, SlcrCtuIturr, markets, Amusements, fcc. NEW SEMES VOL. a, NO. 11. SUN BURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE S, IS.IO. OLD SERIES VOL. lO, NO. 37, ..-- CI . , I, -J lE?'i?S?if.' THE AMERICAN In published vrry Soturtlny nt TWO J3J1,LAKS per annum to he rid half ywirly in nrlvante, N paper duwimtniuni until all arrenrns-es are pnia. All comtriunirotiinis or letters on tiusiiu'ss rH.itiiig to tlie flice, to insure attention, must be POST 1'AID. TO CLUBS. Thr.l AnniM tit on. address. S5 0n Seven V 0 10 0 Fifteen Bo Do SO 00 Fiv. dollar, in advanca will pay for three year', subscrip' tion to the American. On. Sauare of 16 line, 3 time., Krery subsequent insertion. One Square, 3 month., Six months, One year, Business Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchants 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. — 8 June 1850

rmowatio State Convention. FIRST DAY. the delegate elected to the Democratic Slate Convention assembled at the Court House to-dav, at II o'clock. Gen. A. P. WILSON, of Huntingdon, was unanimously nhosen President pro ttm., and Wm. Jaci, of Westmoreland, Wm. H. Facun, of Philadel phia county, end F. W. Grasoh of Wash ington, were appointed Secretaries. A list waa then prepared from the credentials of the delegates, when some debaia ensued upon the subject of the disputed seats, but before the question was determined, the Con vention adjourned until half past 2 o'clock. ' AFTERNOON SESSION. Mr. Caleb E. Wmght, Chairman of the committee to select officer, reported as fol lows: President H ENIt V S. MAG RAW, of Al jegheny. Vie Presidents John Fausold, James Kee- nan, Wm. C. Ward, Joseph Bailey, Solomon Fogle, James M. Anderson, Wm. L. Powart, David Boies, Geo. W. Jacoby, Dr. Wm. R Stewart, John S. Donahue, Wm. Henwoodi Dennis Lament, Robert P. Linton, Wesley Frost, Major M'Veagh, Wm. II...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 June 1850

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. more news from the plaijis. Trouble among tht Emigrants and Indians Important from Santa Ft. St. Louis, June 4. A. gentleman arrived here last night from a point, 300 miles beyond the frontier. He sonfirms the previous reports relative to sick' nets and dath among the emigrants on the Plains. Dr. Garber, just returned from the Plains itates that a difficulty had occurred between in advanced party of California emigrants md a marauding party of Indians. The depredations of the Indians, however, vcro montly confined to the borders of the I'ermillion river. On the 12th of May the Indians attacked a mall train of Californians, and succeeded in unning off 30 or 40 mules and horses. A ding Pottawnttoinie chief, named Wawas ih, proposed to follow and rescue the tock. i two days he came up with a small party f Pawnees. A skirmish ensued, which re ailed in the victory of Wawassah, who shot te Pawnee chief. On the person of the Pawneo chief was iur white...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 June 1850

LUI I SUNBURY AMERICAN' AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. SWettUaucoua JWatttr. ''MRS. OSflOOD'S LAST POEM. ' We publish below from th Boston Trans cript, the last linei of the departed poelesn th.e ;an'i dying mg. The Trancript ays it was written on the 7th ult., and it will be neen that Mm. Osoood had a full premonition. of her approaching end. She woe well aware lhat she would riot live to (e the roses of June. Her presentiment has been fulfilled. She saw the white and crimson blossoms and the preen buds of the young spring; but not its fruit and flowers. She well knew, how ever, that they would come forth in their eason, though her mortal senses might bo sealed to their hues and their fragrance; and sho'was equally assured that there was a life within the husk of our animal organization which would bloom imperishable when our material part was dust and ashes. Strong in this faith, she welcomed "death's gracious nngel" with serenity and a child-liko trust. Long will her many friends lament h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 June 1850

IT N'BUR-Y AMER 1 10 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Gl jFamfla ilcVuspnpcr-Dctaotttt to jjolfUcs, a.tnitturc, ittoritlfts, iFortfrjn ant Domestic iictos, Science ant the arts, Ptflrtculturc, iWarluts, amusements, . New series vol. a, no. i. SUNMJRY, 'NOUTIIUMHERLAM) COUNTY. PA., SATfllDAY, JUNK 1.1, 18.10. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 38. T ft A-TV II I -4 Ytf T'iJUMS OP THE AMERICAS. i TiR AMERICAN In pntilishHl every Sntnnlny at TWO 90LI.AHS per iinnuni to he paid I" yearly in ailvanrc, V- .:, .l nrraflrnmX.r. rtntll l V pRIRH UlttLinilllKir.1 umn .p- - - ft n iv Irltf.r on lin.inr. rplulinff to the mee, w insure aiu'iiuim, nm-i in . TO CIX113. Yares oopies to one Sililresa, S50 i . I Illlii'P II A I Ik irii.n Do lo SOU" Five dollar, in advance will pay for three year'.eubscrip' 'lion to the American. On Saunia of 18 tinea. 3 times, Kvery subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 month., Six month., One yenr, Business Card, of Five line....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 June 1850

ZL SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. tI)C Cuba QllTair. LATE AND INTERESTING f nOM CUBA. Tha tteamship Georgia, at New York, brings advicet from Havana to the 4lh init. he United Siatea tteamer Saranao, bear ing the broad pendant of Commodore Tatnail, entered the harbor previoua to the same af ternoon for Norfolk. The sloops of war Al bany and Germantown were cruising off the harbor. , On the 5th, at 12 o'clook, an American brig, from which was taken some California emigrant, supposed to be invaders, wa towed past the Georgia and Saranio in the ttpper harbor. A ship, name unknown, proba bly the bark Georgian, was captured at the same time, and anchored at the mouth of the harbor. The persona taken in these vessels Are confined on the Moro Cnstle, and all ac cess has been denied the American Consul to them. It is generally believed, in Hava na, that there is no evidence against these vessels or the prisoners, the vessels having been regularly cleared for Chagres, and cap tured o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 June 1850

ssv SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. foreign Nctoo ARRIVAL OF THE ITEAMERt BUMtm ASP ATLANTIC. Four Day later Newt. New York, Juna 9, P. M. The Steamship Hermann, arrived here lay from Bremen and Southampton. Her lates are to the 20th tilt. She has on board 35 passengers and 840 packages or French nd German Dry Good. The Atlantic arrived at her wharf in eleven ays and four hours, having left Liverpool, at oon on the 29th. -ENGLAND. The British Admiralty proposa to abolish le spirit ration in the navy, and in lieu lereof, to make an annual appropriation of 10,000. Miss Jane Porter, the well-known author is of the Scottish Chiefs, and many other andard novels and romances, expired at the isidence of her brother, Dr. W. Ogilvie For r, Portland sqcare, Bristol, on Thursday ght, from a second attack of pulmonary wplexy. Miss Porter was in her T4th year, id maintained to the last moment not only r intellectual faculties unimpaired, but that leerfulness of disposition for which she h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 June 1850

..I '.'.'..LI -J- SUNBURY' AMERICAN -AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL SltCsccUaucouf illattrv. Equitable lAVf, Intiirnnrp, Annuity nnd Trim I ompan?. ' 4 From the GeTmantown Telegraph.) CIRINO CLOVER HAY. Clover mnkes a most desirable nnd mitri. live hay, provided it be cut in season, and properly cured.' 'As a general fulo, it is nut itdiaablu (o permit it to remain slandiiip much after the period of inflorescence, as ih see'il'iii 'the field expose it to a certain de gree of dclorioration which consiiletably di minishe its value as a feed for stock, be tide insuring a certain degree of actual ami unavoidable Iocs in handling it, as those leaves, and beads which have become dry ar easily detached from the slock during the process of raking and pitching, even when. these operations are performed with the most consummate care. My plan of operalion in clover, is os fol lows: As soon as the heads are fully blown 1 commence mowing, care being had lo lay the Swaths as closely as possible, and to lea...

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