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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1848

T"'1T,''"" "r-rweaw - - -- w .....; i ,1 d ' Or', Kriifl vT," A . - : ! ., i . ., nie' I - . n ! ' ", '.! . rV ; "" fl ""V. 'i ' "TTl T"f tT "V ffT T i r"i?P - "s'fc'!- , i ajji i v am'f I v. 1 ... t A 1 A A - V 10 - . - ,NKf;Snnins VOL. 1,-NO. TKnMS Or THE AMtRl(:i. THI! AMERICA! ia put'llstied evert Halurdny at TWO DOLLARS a-ammM to b pud half yearly in advance. No puper discuminued until all arrearage are pun). All curamiinjcaiions or letters on business relating to the tflice, to insure attention, mint he POST PAH). "' "; " TO CLUBS. Three copies to nnfl atMrew, " St'Vrn ' 1 Do ' . Do rn'tcoi . Do Do i oim tive dollori in ailvaiire will nv for tlirm vi.r'ni,l. suoo tion to the American. 1 Oi Square of 10 line, 8 lirmui, Ivrrv i!weqiiPiil inaertUTni ne Square, 3 montlm, ix motitht! , )ne year, Jlminen Carclt of Five Hncat per aniiinn, nf crehanta and othera, adrrtiina by the vear( with the privilea;e of Inaertieg dii- tercnt ail-ertimmients weekly. IT Larger AJvcrticnieuta.'5 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. — 22 July 1848

fFror J" N - Picayune, 7th ittst J , 1 LATER FROM MEXICO. , Pronwwm,nl f fendtoPTOgrtU of tht fotlutionSiiiuri of tht Mint at Guana totaThi St. Patrick Legion setting upon the CanductaA Motional Convention tallti byPartdu. I. By the hip Coustantine, Capt. Smith, we have received our c6rrnpo;,dence and papei from the eitjr of Mexico to the 24th of June. The news is impirtant to those who take an interest in Mexican politico, but we moat be brief. We commence with ft translation of the letters of our correspondent : Correspondance of the Picayune.) Mexico, June 24, 1848. Tim revolution, or rather the pronnnda ' mnfo of Paredes, is developing itself day by day. The troops sent by the Government, under the command of Gens. Minon, Busta mente and Pedro Corlizar, against the pro nunciados, are deserting as fact as they come in presence of the insurgents. But one hope remained to the Government to extinguish thfl revolutionary fever which has attacked the greater part of the Republic ; ord...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1848

SUNBURY AMglUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. jKT tWl KTIIOMIMI W0gl!C0 . THE XillllO WOHAWI PilVATK MEDICAL COMPANION. . , ,. ... BY IMI. A. M. MAURICEAU, , nornm i With' Edition. r diseases or WOM, Mono, pp. S0. Price 01 ' at la Tare Meatkat MM Ceelee VitkaraiMM. of nhysloel and mental anculsa to tnany M aVMaM wife, and peceniery dieVultiea to tha aaaeana, uugui aevs many - ate Il ia an I eerjeeUnv tot the raarrtc, or those contem- nam sag i aa a euaci loess laiiumi ani whieh knowa e taeai paraoaawnr. Tratf, lopoww. it w aaatta, The lovaattitxss inesiinil la lia para tilaalial te thcaaserls, 4a th InaeaaeraMe .1 Jtoro, eleo, very ssaeel-a4n wife, taa nwthw, tka ana aitpar budding into womanhood or the om ia the decline of years la whom nature oonlempartea aa Important ehenge aa dissever tka eaaaee, symptoms, and the aioat efkieirt rsseedise, and moat certain mode ef core, la every com staled to whieh ket au la subject. Ceptee will aa east aaaU tree el poeta tetae par. chaser. " Oret tea ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 July 1848

THE NEW LETTER-WRITE. r The Philadelphia jJisjxifcX'thiulcs that tha new law securing to- married women their rights to property, is destined to.rovolutionixe tho hymeneal relations in this Stale. The rich wife, instead of being now , at the mercy of hr lord, in a thousand matters touching her corhfoft, may rigidly enforce a performttnee of the courling-timo vows, by simply tauten ing the purse-string.,. Sliawk, bonnets, and new dresses, she may bny as many as alie pleases whether het huabhnd grumbles or assents j and, if unable to pay, she may en joy the delightful privilege of a personal in troduction to sheriffs and constables. ,The subject is suggestive of many drought and among them is one touching I he change that will now ensue in martial epistolary li teratureThe modern complete letter-writers have no provision for bis emergency, and the Dispatch bostons to supply tho vaciim. We deem It importont to copy a few sprci tnens of these model epistles. Here they are : Letter 1. Fr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1848

UNBUl AM CAN, H. 15. MASSEU, KD1T0U AND rilOPinETOK.' OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRA ALLEY & MARKET STKEET. "-j owfM nomrsirc iittos, Scfrnct nn the sins, CTflVccultuvr, whiktts, amusements, c." suxnuuv, NoirniUMnKiir.VNi) county, iam sTi;iii)AY,ii;LY , ----- NKW SISIUKS VOL. 1, NIK 1 S. OU) 8KKIKS VOL. s, NO. 41. Trams or tiii: AMI UK 4. T11H AMKHir.W if puWislict rvnry ftiMmhy ill TWO iMMJ.AKS per minimi to Ik.-huh' r.trly in iithitiH-c. ' No Wmt iliwHitititinl iittlil all, nrrr.iriiurn jiiv vi. All riMiunitnif iiifitn or Mlrrpim lniin tvhtmg to tlio office, to insure ntU'iitioii, miiftt In- l'(t?r l'Aljt. TO CIA li. J'hrcc copici to ono mMrcw, fTiin Hrvcn . J Jl' itK fr'itWn Jo Oil ?tHN . rive lo1!nr in jiifviincc will iy I'ot lli'rtj vcai ssnl'scrip tion to (lie American. mc Ajunrn of t titu. rj limes, rry ttiqhrnt iiifi-rti.-n, !u(inrt.'1 3 mi'iillif!. " 1 in j.mi JWt pix mourn, Ono jenr, Hiifint-m Crmls of Five liner, prv .mn!ini, itlcrvlinnt .inl others, mlvt iiiKiim . titl ymr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP- IIIBI3RNFA. From Franco tho news is interestinc, In vestigations are in progress in relation to tho lute insurrection. . Tho villian who shot the Archbishop of Paris has been discovered. We see nothing in tho papers of tho prepn rations for the visit of tho Queen of England to Ireland. ; The w hole of Europe still continues in a stale of great excitement.. I spite of the reiterated statements that Denmark and Oer many had arrived at some pacific adjustment respecting tho duchies, up to the last accounts no Appearances of a settlement of the dispute were visible, but considerable forces were being marched to the seat of war. In Berlin great excitement prevailed up to the 1st inst.' ' Continual assemblages of the people kept the Prussian capital in agitation, pressing upon tho Minister some impossible request. The most important event which has taken place in the German Parliament at Frankfort has been the election of Arc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1848

SUNBU11Y AMKIUOAN AND S11AJMOKIN JOU11NAL IT?" MOST EXTRAORDINARY W0RK1.O THK MAHBtBD WOMAN'S NUTATE MEDICAL COMPANION. BY DR. A. M. MAl'iltCRAti, . mormaos! or maataaa or wtma!. Sixth Milton, tamo, pp. Ml. Vrice M M,OWO C'eplee Mid In Three Mentha I Year! rf siirlerins:, of physical and mental onrush to MMv an afTpelinnate wife, and necuuinrv ililficultiee to the hnabend, might hav been spared by l timely possisloii of ' intended esrMSciallr for the married, or time eontrm. ilatlng marriatre, it diieloeee important secrete which shmtkt be known to mem particularly. Truly, knowledge ! power. It ia health, happiness, alrlu MM. The revelations enntninat in Ita ptitcs lave proved n blearing to thmianiidB, aa tbe Imtuincmblo letters received by the author will attrat. Hern. nlao. every fomale-tha wif. the m-aher. the one either buddiiur into womanhood or tbe one in the dii-line of reara In whom tintnre enntemptatea an Important crwnsr an diacovcr the cniisee, sympbina, ami the mast erli...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 July 1848

IIKH 1 I.OVE. BT rnVGANNE. 1 know a liulo hand 'Tin live softest lit the land, ; And 1 fell il pressure blonl, m Whilo t sing. Ily-whitp, nnd resting now, . Like ft toso-loaf on my brow, An a dove might fan my brow Wjth its wing. Well I prize, all hands nbove, This dear hand of her I love. I know a little foot Very daintily 'tis put In a precious litllo boot, Where it hides. Like a shuttle it ever flies Back nnd forth before mine eye, Weaving music for mine eyes, As it glides. Well I prized, nil feet above, This dear foot of her I love. I know a little heart It is free from courtly art, And I own it, every part, For all time. Ever it bents with mnsio tone, Ever an echo of mine own, Ever keeping within mine own Holy chime. Well I prized, nil hearts above, This dear henit of her I love ! City hem. Length op the human haw. Tim ordi nary length of the hair or the head, ns dedu ced from its measurement in women, ranges between twenty inches nnd a yard, the latter being considered ns unus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1848

SU M BURY , . , . -------, . , ; cr" . , n r 3 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. antda Xlttospttpcr-Be)ottt to UolWcs, attcrnturc, Woraltts, jFomim an 33omcstfc ilrtus, Scfcitce an the arts, aorfculturr, lHarltets, amusements, Set. NEW 8EIURS VOL. 1, NO. 10. 8UNDURY, NORTH It M H KRIj.VN D COUNTY, lA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1848. OLW SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 4.'5. TERMS OF THE AMERICA X. THR AMERICAN l pHM'"1 ""T TWO DOLLAR per annum In b paid half yearly in advaiire. No paper diaenntinned until Ail arrearage, are paid. Aheaimmnlcatinus nr lettera on iMiniiiriw relating to tin) olfic, k iMurc altrnliim, mnat be PUHT PAID. TO CLUBS. Three enpies to one address, fSnn Seven lo lo KIMI lilleen 1" 1' , , '. . l-'ive (Mlara in advance will nay for lliree year mlwrip Vi.ai to the American. tne Square of IB line. 9 time, hverv tonaeqaenl hwertiim, f hie frounre, 3 montha, W IIHHltllfl, Vhie veaT, Inwineae Cards of Five line", per annnm, fleerli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1848

Correspondence of the Public Lodger. ritOM WAftHIKGTO. Washington, July 28, 1848. Editors or Lkdokb : The telegraphic wire being broken, I hasten to Inform you by leller that the Compromise Bill has been laid on the table b vote of 112 to 97.1 A motion to reconsider was lost, 96 for, and 1 14 gainst it. So the bill is killed for this serf- ion. i , i J ' ' " 1 i ; 1 i , . It is now supposed that Congress will nil jonrn on or about the middle of August, per haps the tenth. God grant it. Yours, Observeii. Congrttsfaeomprtency of th Leaders Tin People in advance of tkem. . Washimgtoh, July 29, 1848. One bright ray is at last shining upon the darkness of our Congressional debate ; Con gress will adjourn on the 14th of next month. Let os be thankful for that boon ; for if Con gress cannot agree on salutary laws, let it nt least adjourn and cease to be a burthen on the country! If Congress remained here till December next, it is but too cloar, they could not agree on any one important sub...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1848

SUNBUHY AME1UCANAND SJIAMOK1N JOUHNAL. KF-MOST EXTRlORDINARf WORK ! 3J THE . . KA1UBD WOMA1P1 PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION. BT R. A. M. MAtTRICBAt', ' - moriwon or MIUIH o w. v.. With Edition. imt. pp. V. I'rk-B 1 84,0O Ceplee Bold In Three Months ! . , Yean of suffering, of physical mid mentid anguish In tnsnv an sffectionnte wife, bimI pecuniary difficulties In the jnwrsmd, might have been spared by timely possession of Ini work. : It in intended especially fur tlie married, or those contcin Mating marriRfre, as it discloses important secrets which slionld be known to litem pnrlicnlnrlv. Truly, knowledge u power, 11 u ueattn, nnppinem, ninu The revelations fontalned In It pnircs have proved lileesing to thmisnnds, as the iiuinmeruble letters received by the author will alleie.. Here. Hie", every femnle the wife. Hie m-ilhcr, the one either budding Into womanhood or the one in the decline of veers in wttotn nature conipmpiiucs an important riiniirc run discover the causes, eymplisns, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 August 1848

Professor Longfellow, of Harvard Universe If, it hf rnany persons considered the best Foot of the ago. Ilia poems entitled 'Voices of the Night,' are among the most solemn and truly instructive compositions extant ret some ffraoeless wair has written the fol- lowhur Parody. He hrs done it so wcl, that r wo cannot resist the inclination to re-publish his waggery. 1 the voice or thk night-" A r-"i - . . mofesso HoTrtLtow Tirad ef reading, tired of writing, tired of copying and inditing, And the, bed looked so inviting, as if courting me to sleep, That I folded up my paper, and extinguishing my taper without cutting up a caper, Softly to my rest did creep. Soon I fell into a slumber, and had dreaming without number, With no nightmares to encumber, the bless ings of my rest, When a sound beneath my "winders," burnt my visions into cinders Knocked my sleep all into flinders, so that I got up and dressed. Such another horrid squalling, and infernul caterwauling, Never could be so appallin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 August 1848

' . t...t ... ' ... r- f ! ' ' II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. 5 NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 21. TERMS OF THE AlMKItlCAX. TIIK AMERICAN Is piiblinhcd every Saturday at TWO DOLJ.AK8 per annum In be paid half Ti-nrly in auYance. .No paper diaeontinnr until all arrrnroam are pniil. All Cinnnmnicatirma or li-ltrra on liimin-im rrlnting to the tofnce, to insure attention, must tie TOST PAID. TO CLl liS. Three cepies to one aiklrm, 85 on Keren lo Pn 111(10 Fifteen Do LK 9000 Five doltars in advance will pay fur ttircc year's FiilMcrip lion to the American. One Square of 18 linen. 9 times, Every subsequent insi-rtion, One Square, 3 montlia, Six months, One year, Bniinen Cards of Five line, per annum, Merchants and others, advertising by llio year, with the privilere of inscrlieg dif- iereiit advertiaeiiumla weekly. fcf Larger Advertisements, oa ier agreement 81 no as &k ars SHU 300 1000 ATTORNEY AT LAW, BONBUSY, PA. Bush"- stlr-nilcJ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 August 1848

ARRIVAL or the ACADIA. THE COMMOTION IN IRELAND. s3SJnECTi4NNOT " VET ATTEMTTED. THRE ATENED OUTBREAK AND PRE PARATIONS,?) CRUSH IT. EXFOIICEMENT OFTHE LATE ACT OT PARLIAMENT. MORE ARRESTS COMTEMrtATED. Treepe Paarlag late IretaI. TJH Bosto, Aug. 184 o'clock. ' The steamship Acadia ha anchored in the onlM, and blng to tog, which it very dense there i some doubt of her being able to get up. ' A person has arrived in the city from her. Every thing is quiet in Ireland and France. Consols closed at 861 " ' ' . A reward of 500 has been offered for the arrest of Smith O'Brien, and 300 for Meng her. ' No outbreak had occurred in Ireland up to Friday, July 27th. . Attain la Ireland. i It seems tolerably certain that wo are on the eve of an insurrection, whether it has ex ploded or not. Roluctant as we are to say any thing inculpatory of the government at such a timo, we cannot but express our sur prise lliat Lord Clarendon should have allow ed the leaders of the League to have left Dublin, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 August 1848

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ITEMS EDITORIAL aid SELECTED. PEBUtSYLTAftl A CULTIVATOR. We have received the first number of monthly publication with the above title, which is published at Harrisburg, by Foster & Co. at $1 per year. Each number will contain 32 octavo pages of Agricultural reading. It is a well printed, and judging from the present number, an ably conduc ted publication. It is handsomely illustra ted and contains much valuable information. E""The nomination ofV. E. Piollett, as Pay Master in the Army, it is said has been confirmed. IE7" The Democrats of Columbia County held their convention at Bloomsburg on Tuesday last. The following ticket was adopted : Congreu Hendrick B. Wright ; Assem bly Stewart Pearce; Prothonotary Ja cob Eyerly; Register & Recorder -Chas. Conner ; Commmissioner Harman La bour ; Auditor Benj. F. Stamm. Gubernatorial Delegates. Senatorial John McReynolds ; Representative-Ste-phenBaldy. Instructed for Morris Long streth. Congres...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 August 1848

Gek. Bptisr'h Poetrt. The imwspapcrs say the Louisviilo Journal, a whig paper, ate now re-publishing some poema of more than ordinary merit, written several years ago by Oeneral Butler, the Democratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency. The following, writ ten by him for a lady of this city just before his last departure for Mexico, has been kind ly handed to us for publication. We think it uncommonly pretty: I beg the wear this simple ring For one who oft will think of thee, And feel most happy should it bring Some passing memory of me. Not when the smile is on that brow, Tho' then thou seem'st some spirit bright Not when the tears of sorrow flow To chase away that spirit's light ; Not in the crowd, that hollow cheat, Where the grief is decked in festal flowers, And the free heart forgets to beat, And folly draws insipid hours; Nor would t have thee think of me When morning wears her robes of dew, And wild birds wake their reveille, And thou hast caught the morning's hue. No! let it...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1848

mm II Y ma . m 1 M-r I . . . H. B. MASSEH, EDITOR ANP PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, "CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & .MARKET STREET. W jramng. fltosPa)r-Prt0t to 33pl(tfcs, atternture, jKoralfts, iForcfjm 'an Domestic SUias, Stfrncc an the arts, aflrtcttlturr, jKsrfcets, amusraents; c. SUNntTRT, NOHTnUMllKRI. VM) COUNTY. PA.', S VTUnhAY, AUHUST 2, 184S. NEW SERIES VOL. I, NO. . OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 4S. ' TBBM8 OF TUB AMKHICAM.- THK AMKRICAN ia published every ftitilnlay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly in nclvoiice. No paper discontinued until am. an-enrages are paid. AHi ornmiinicali.au or letters on bitsuiew relating to tlic office, to insure Biu-iition, must be I'OHT PAH). TO CIA" Tliree eoplea to one address, Sevan 1 ffam Hevn l" Vi(l.n Da Do WHO Five dollar in advance will pay for three year ssuhacrip tion to tin American. One Rqunre of IS linca. 3 limra, Kvery anbacqnent insertion, Una Sqiaire, 8 monlha, Hi month, thie year, Kindness Cards of Five hnea, per annum, Merelian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1848

atOM IRELAND. -iC REBELLION. tfRlMr. BATTLE iS ITALY, The Cambria brings intelligence of an un successful outbreak in Ireland, We of course hare to rely opon- the English version of the matter, for. -the Irish papers friendly to the Irish cause have been mostly suppressed. This will account for the ridicule thrown over die movement. A collision had taken place, between the police and the insurgents 5 thd latter have been worsted and the leaders are fleeing from arrest." The immense prepara tions rmulo by the English government seems to overpowur all idea of effectual resistence. A continued stream of forces, consisting of cavalry, infantry and artillery have poured into Ireland, and an immense fleet of war steamers encircled the whole coast. The Felon, Nation and other papers were seized) the types carried away, and effectual steps taken to prevent their re-appearance. Nine counties were further proclaimed under the Anns Act, including Kerry, Gulway and sev en baronies in Cork count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1848

ITEMS EDITORIAL Hd SELECTED. By- Ma. CoorER, the new Attorney General, hw appointed about fifty new de puties in the different counties, and we pre sume, the end is not yet. They, will have a short, and we trust a merry reign. U The new county of Sullivan, has formed a ticket in Convention, and recom mended Gen. Petriken of Lycoming for Congress. . H7 Doos Dats. We are now in the season known a the dog days, with cool nights and a warm sun during the day. This is the kind of weather to breed fevers, agues, and other diseases incident to the season. Persons should practice prudence in their clothing and diet nnd avoid un necessary exposure. fioMe editor has wilfully perpetrated llin fol lowing outrageous and abominable rhvuie: "Hail beautioua maid of grace divine, Why do yon wear a bnmp behind !" To which a BusTi.E-ing maid makes the following retort : "Hill, dnudiea with your broad lull calls, WT you war your hair like gouts !" Til Irish Aoitatios asi tub United pXAT. Tho following ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1848

From the American Farmer. 1 "AGRIGULTU1UL. , , , ; . WORK FOR AUGUST. . r- v TIMOTHY. Grounds intended to be net in Timothy meadows ihould be forthwith Jdotighed being first heavily manured. He ho intends setting a timothy meadow should Moolleot, thai H is to remain in grass for ma Hjr yettrsr-Andj ns the custom' iiS--Lui ought not to be, to take all out of the soil, without returning anything to it, it is indispensably necessary that it be highly fertilized in the beginning, and that, if it be not, short crops of grassland an early running out of the mead ow, will be the inevitable consequences, tn ploughing, care must be taken to turn over th furrows flat, so as to completely bury grass, weeds, and the seeds of both, while the furrow should be of sufficient depth to place such nuisances in a condition to pre vent their re-growth or germination. .. Potatoes. If you have not done so already, give your late potatoes their last working. Stubble-fields and Pastures. Give to these a dre...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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