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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 December 1844

1 ti:iuis or tiu; ameiucax." II. H. MAtiSER, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Pdrlirrkiik Attn S PfmritltTORS, It. W.n.fB, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of If. ti. Mas tcr't Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to tie paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin lied till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than an nosth. All communication or loiters on business relntitin In the ollice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. Manufacturers of UBBRELIAS, PARASOLS, and SIS SHADES, Nn. W-l Market Sired, P It I I ii (1 e I p Ii I a, 5NVITE the attention of Merchants, Mnnufnc turcrs, &c, .Vc, to their vury extensive, cle fz:int, new stork, prepared with (treat enro, and of fered at the lowest p. risible prices for cash. The principle on which litis concern is establish ed, is to consult the mutual inlriest nf their custo mers and themselves, by m inufufturing a good nr lic e, selliiifr it at ihu luwiat price for ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 December 1844

A correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, as the following article on t'A.VAb NAVIOATIU.V HY STUAM. The proposition to transport Coal by tho ti-e of steam tugs, which is now assuming a more lelinite shape, has attracted the earnert atten tion of many parties interested in the Schuyl kill Navigation Company, as well as the Ches apeake and Delaware, and Delaware and Usri tin Cutiat Companies. I have accordingly takon some pains to come ft the correct Cost of carrying on the business in this way, by ascertaining the facta applicable to this esse, from an inspection of bonis in aetu nl use. One of the neatest specimens which we have had here, is the little boat called the "John Gilpin," which is propelled by an inge nious wheel, invented by Mr. Asa Worthing ton, of New York. This boat, which is but thirteen feet wide, is capable ol towing boats loaded with 200 tons of freight from three miles to three and a half miles per hour in a narrow rsnal. It is adopted to tho navigation of the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 December 1844

SltOC'MNO OoCI'RHRVRS O TUB PllTISVII.I.K Railroad. The Miners' Journal mentions two shocking occurrences on the Tottsville Railroad last week. One was the death o( a on of Mr. Millens, of Schuylkill Haven, who was killed while talking to his mother, in consequence of the backing of the train. The other was a more lamentable affair, involving probably the lives of three persons. We copy the occurrenca from the Pottsvillo Journal : "On ThursJay, as a coal train was going down, coupling broke and the train became detached. After the engine and part of the train passed through the first bridge above Tort Clinton, the watchman, supposing the whole train had passed, went to examine whether any sparks had fallen in the bridge, according to his usual custom. One of bis children followed him, and also his wife. After they were on the bridge some distance, they observed the balance of the train approaching, when both parents rushed to save the child but unfortunately too late to make their e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 December 1844

'I ho Girl with the Hole In her f locking. "Now dance with the girl With a holo i' the heel of her stocking." .Thorn's a aweet pretty damsel who trip round tho street, With lip that at sorrow seemed always n mocking ; Any bright sunny tiny if this ftiir ona you meet, You will know by th hole in the heel of her stocking. Her locks are tha raven's, her eye the gazelle's, And her foot is so short that it does not need docking ; Her bust was perfection but shudder ye belles! There's a confouuded great hola in tha heel of her stocking! When 1 looked on her first at Miss Fitzmagig's rout, Like a patent-trimmed hammer my heart was a knocking ; Put when I turned round at aha passed, I cried out, "Ye Gods on Olympus a hole in her stocking " Tho next time I saw her the sweet little dear, By her lover's side tripping, their arms inter locking, I was chilled to the heart, and shed many n tear, For that horrid great hola in the heal wfher stocking ! Oh, would she were mine ! if it made tue a cor...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 December 1844

ti:iuis F TIIK AMUUICMV UNBURT AMEM AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. ritic ix or iin i n tisix;. I square I losertinli, 0 fiO 1 do 2 do - . 0 7S I do 3 d.i 1 CIO Fvery stuWipicnt insertion, 0 SS Yearly Advertisement : one column, f2fl ; half Column, J 1 1, three squarra, flit ; two squares, f il ; one squaie, f!. Hull-yearly : one column, ft" ; half column,? 15 ; three squares, fH ; twosquarcs, f.p; one square, .1(1. Advertisements lell without directions as to tha leimtli of time they lire to he published, will la continued until ordered out, and charged acixrd- ingly. ff Sixteen lines make a square. II. H. MA8SF.ll, Puausmtas ash JOSEPH EISEI.Y. HnrmiTURS. Absolute acquiescence, in the decisions of the majority, tho vital principle of Republics, from which there i no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. JrFrKasos. lly DliiNNcr & lilsolj. Simbury, Xortliumlteiisuul C o. Ia. Suturttuy, ler. '2S, 111. Vol. 5 . 1 l-.wiiole Xo, ''2'2. CAM . n. jmsseh, :...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 December 1844

1 HK Qt KSTIO OP M.AVEBT. The Columbia South Carolinian rnnt-tint tlio ullowing letter from (.'ov. Hammond, in nnswrr o a memorial from the !- Church of Gins foir, Scotland, for the panVn of John I.. Brown, of Fairfield, S. C, who -was ronvit-ted of noting in tlit escape of a lavc, and sentenced to be hung The Governor, after slaving tliat he had par dooed thi individual, and that he was convicted under a law passed while thi stato was a Hritish colony; that slavsry is sustained by th? old anil not prohibited by the new testament, and that h denies the right of foreigners to interfere in such matters, continue! the argument as follows : Rut make bold to say that the Presbytery of Free Church of Glasgow, and nearly all lh Abolitionists in every psrloftho world, in de nouncing our domestic slavery, denounce a t li tr of which they know absolutely nothing tiny, which does not even exist. You weepover the horrors of the Middle Passage, which have cea eed, so far as we arc concerned ; an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 December 1844

II ... . J . . . 1 Foreign !, by th Acailln. The Grcut Western carried out the newt of Hie election of Mr. Polk. A different re sult had been anticipated. No country in tho world, nays tho European Times, puzzles tl.c politicnl economist and tlio spccalators in ab stract theories so much as the United States. It is an enigma. Tho Englitdi rather dislike Air. Polk's election, nnd we are glad of it. The iron trade is most animated, and even atllhis, usually tho dullest season of the year. Tho American provision trade continues to form an important branch of commerce, every day adding to its growth. Queen Victoria has sen' three cnrrinjre dogs of great beauty as presents to King Frederick W'm. of Prussia. The totnl number of letters despatched through the Post-office, Ijondon, in wns 7.") millions; in ISPt, upwards of '2-.0 millions. The Into crop ot potatoes in Ireland in found to exceed the produce of any year on record. A TutiK ntT Stranuk Story. The Phila. del phi a Spirit of the T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 December 1844

MunaKrinptit of 1'unllry. Poultry ore eubjoct to a variety ofdicerito?, tit nearly til of a pcrioiis nature ro attributnlile t o iho rffocni of climate or wnnt of cure or tdiill. l'ip id caused by a want of clean woter, or liy drinking dirty water in dry weathtr. Cure remove the wliite blister found upon tlie ttinjj'io und wnsli it with warm vinegar and uatrr fordinjr the bird for a few days with funked bran and lettuce, or cabbage chopped very fine, j Fins is cured by pills of the yolk of nn vpz build fcnrd, mixed with bruised hemp feed, or bmlrd barley diluted with wine. , - . . Cosliveue?.1, the reverse of llic former, is cured by n-ivinr tliein beet root chopped fine, or brun nnd water with a little honey mixed. xr . , .i ermin may be destroyed by fum.ontinrr the roosts with brimstone. Rtnli and itch are cured by feeding them with moist brni. Cramp is cmwd by cold ond dump. When afflicted, the birds should not be allowed to most m oi ooors, nnu inn roosi simioih ue vi.'ii so- nn...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 January 1845

Ti:il!US or THK ' A3Ii:illAX.' II. n. MASSEll, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Peaiisnrna isn Paiiritirrona. it. .rt.isst:ii. tumor. Office in Centre Allen, " H,e rear " lf' tcr's Store.' THE" AMERIC AN" is published wry Palur ilay t TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper uiseontin ucl till all aircnrngcs are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six months. All communications or letter on business relating lotho. .dice, to insure ait.nlion, mint be POST PAID. m CPs EST IPS IT IT 33 ? fe C0 I Roston Transcript, gives Home idea if the na- TTTTTTG) TTTTTD "W a 'mjnrirDTrri a tkt AND SAIIMOKIN JOUJ1NAL. Absolute acquiescence in thn decisions of (hp majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there i no appeal hut lo force, Iho vital piim iplo and iimnr.liaio parent of despotism. JcrrKRao. fly Mnascr & I:In Iv. Suiiliury, XurUiiimbcrlantl Co. Saturday, Jan. -I, 115. Vol. r,.-. 15-Wliolc Xo, !i'J3. A Nciriipir Kslnbllnlimtnt. i The following ar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 January 1845

I.ate nnd Important front lllcn. We learn from Captain Biscoe, ofthe hark F.u enia, from Vara Cruit, whence she sailed on tin 12th Dep., that tha principal towns, and almost tliu whole country, have tcclnrl against Santa Ana, who, with a small force, Was at Qimretaro. The revolution passed ofT very quietly, no blood having been shed the former revolution having been carried on by one party of military against another, resulting in much loss of life; but this movement coming from the people as well as from the soldiery, makes the thing general, and hence the little commotion of a disagreeable na ture. Santa Ana has but tittle chance of over 'coming this movement, nnd it was a matter of conjecture whether he would attempt to escape or deliver himself up. He will very probably endeavor to gain over tho opposite General by ! bribery or similar means, but in this it is thought he will not succeed. In case that he is taken, prisoner, the people will probably demand his execution, as they ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 January 1845

The popular Vote of llic Prrsidcnlial Election. The Washington City C.Iohe 1ms token tho pains to collect the popular vote in the several Rtntes, on the Presidential question, which wo give below. The whig papers, by leaving out South Carolina, in which state the Legislature fasts its vote, ami by giving wrong fiitures, have attempted to make out Mr. Polka minority Pre sident, when in fact he has a majority over both the whig and Abolition candidates combined. Maine, N. Hampshire, Massachusetts, t-onncctifMit, Khodc Island, Vorn.oiit, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Oh in, Kentucky, N. Carolina, S. Cirnlini, lieorjin, Alabama, Ind in tin, Illinois, Mieliinnn, Mississippi, Trmnesspe, Tnuisiann, Missouri, Arkansas, Polk ('lay Birney 4010:5 MKI7-2 4(W5(5 27li!) 171(1 4101 G'J'.Ki C)fl72 1(H(H y.Hti :kjs:-j im 4-ilG "iH'2-2 .r 20770 3970 2:71Vi S'WIjI lo?"-? .'J71-!., 3213 i:U 107VH 101JII.1 31M r.ori r.jo7 3J777 n.-)!H4 4!)."7(l 43007 111)117 15.V-47 8...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 January 1845

TUB ItlCII MKHCIIAKT, BY MRS. JASE WKAVER. It was nipht, nnd the a'rects were nearly de t prted, and mora especially aa it was snowing hist. A hinplH traveller, however, might have !i-i- ;i - ci ii, wrapped in a thick overcoat, urging ha way a,'sni't tlio tempest, by the light ol liie ii.ui Suddenly na be passed n ruinous tenement the figure of a girl started up before him. 'Please, sir,' fa id she, 'if it's only a penny mother is sick, find we hnveent nothing to-ibiy.' The first impulse of the moment wns to go on ; the second to stop. lie looked nt the girl. Herfiieo was thin and pale, nnd her garments scanty. He was a mon of good impulse", so he put bis band towards bis pocket, intending to Vive her a shilling. She saw me act, ami mr lustreless eye brightened. But the traveller torgot that his overcoat was buttoned tight ) over his pocket. 'It is too much trouble,' said be to himself 'and this wind is very cutting, llesides these bejrgnrs (ire usually cheats I'll warrant this girl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 January 1845

sht Ti:mis of tiii: 4mcuica." II. B. MAStKR, PuftLlsnKRS ASD JOSEPH lilrSEI.Y. $ PiiormsToss. . II. .n.lSSKU, Editor. OJfict in Centre fe,y,7ri Ae rear of II. D. Mas ter's Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published ewj Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid hnlf yearly in aJvance. No paper disconliu tied till A Li nirearagcs are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six motii. All communications or Idlers on busings relating to the oltice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. SUNBiUIRY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. l'liicni or Airi:itTii.u. I squars 1 insertion, 1 do 8 do 1 do 3 d.l F.very subsequent inserlir.D. . f O so . 0 75 1 no Of Yearly Advertisements: one column, f 25 j hnlf column, f 18, three squares, f 18 two squares, f 9 one square, jfl. Half-yearly : one column, $t t half column, f It j thres squares, (8 two squares, 1 3 t one square, $S fiO. Advertisements lett without directions as to lbs length of limn they are to be published, will I ft continue...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 January 1845

IYI E S S A G K or c; o vKUXoii rouTKii. Po the Srtmle i7 limit'' nf Representative ' Pennsylvania. Fr:t.t.otv-Ctrizic : Tim term to which my elig ibility, a tlie Chief Executive olfn-rr nf the Commonwealth, in restricted Ity ihe Constitu tion, being about to close, I submit to tin- Legis lature, the Inst Annual message which the duty of my station enjoins upon niu. In the perfor mance of this duty, t ennnot re Train from invn king your devout acknowledgments, w ith my own, in the Great Author of All Oonil. for His constant care and guardianship ovrr tlm inter ests and welfare of our beloved Coinninnwenltb. Uphold hy His paternal nnn, we We been res cued from the most distressing embarrassments and difficulties to which, in a time of pence, any people were ever subjected. (ood lias sprung out of evil safety from danger wisdom In mi folly and justice from a spirit of uneiicrotis detract 'on. The clouds that fbr several yours past, have hung noon our horizon, are breaking away ; and t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 January 1845

phlet proving that his trial iliJ not in any way take iti rise in any difficulty about doctrine or trattarianism. The proceedings of the Conven tion are to be immediately published, and will form a large volurni;. We should have been mosthnppy to have re corded the fact of an fecquital, but it is otherwise determined. The church, whatever may be its humiliation at the frailty or indiscrection of some of its pas tors, may console itself in the reflection, that the cause of religion is never injured by a f.iitliful and fearless discharge of duty. Mr. dishing In China. A brief ocrnunt of Mr. Ctishing's tr.ivels is given in the New York True Sun: At Bombay, Mr. Cushinir was the guest of S ir George Arthur, a fornirr Governor of Up per Canada. During the period of hia brief Ftny, he bund time, in company with Mr. Fletcher Webster, and Mr. O'DonncI, an uttvvhe of the l.rpatinn, to make an interes'tino- excur sion to the Mahratta country one which plea Fed them far more than they could pos...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 January 1845

From the Factory Gill's Garland. TUB CHOICE. "Well Franlt, who was that Inly I nw yon rsenttina; home Inst evening 1 mid Henry Wil li to his friend Prink Hervey, ns they mot one Monday mornin? ner Frank Hervey' office. Was it the pretty factory girl I have heard yon epeak of to often V 'I hardly know what you mean by pretty' said Frank, 'it waa a factory girl, and although I do not consider her handsome, I highly es teem her. 'I don't doubt it,1 said Henry ; 'but one thinp puzzles me, Frank, and that is how you, a law yer, with wealth and talent, should be go taken with a factory girl you, who might aspire to the hand of the mort wealthy and fashionable I jdy in the village, throw yourself away on a poor girl who is obliged to work in a factory.' Tome, Henry, said Frank, it is no puzzle why 1 should marry a girl who I esteem, res pect and love ; to you it may appear different. Neither can I see why you attach respectabili ty totio word lawyer ; I regret that the com mand of my fathe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 January 1845

LTi:iuis of Tin: "iMi;nit'AV" H. H. MAwKK, 1 Pi Bi iHr.r An JOSEPH EISKJA'. S PaorniirroHa. It. It. .W.f.vsi, Editor. Office in Centre AllvyTin the rear nf 11. D. Mas ter's Store.) THE" AMERICAN" i published r very Satur day m TWO DOLLARS per annum to !e paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a i.i airraragr bid paul. No subscriptions rcreiveil for a loss period thnn six mouth. All communication or letters on business relating, to the olfire, to insure attention, must l.e POST PAID. BUNBUMY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. I'ltlCCS OF AITi:itTISLt. I auara I iusertiuii, . 0 0 1 do 3 dt . 0 7ft I do 3 d. I 00 Every subsequent insertion, 0 M Yearly Advertisements: one column, J6 half column,! 18, three aquarra, f IS ( two aquarea, fV ; one square, f 5. Half-yearly t one column, $18 ; half column, 12 ; three aquarea, fH ; two squares, f! ; one square, fi GO. I A ,l..i ii. .. :,!,.. .n. ..:. ..... .1,. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions nf the mnjority, the vital pr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 January 1845

ho Charges against tlUhnp Oitfterclctnk. The testimony of lilt interesting incs-ligR tion by the Court of TJishops, into the charge against B.shop Onderdmik, hove been ordered to be published, when the public will have an opportunity ofjndginir of the justice of thedeci ion which the court hns come to. During the investigation, the newspapers were filhd wth various rumors of the noturo of the charges and the character of the evidence presented. The only distinct charges which have yet transpired we find in one of the New York Sunday pupera. The wholu subject is one which hns excited much interest in the commonly, and we co py the ttatemcnt of the paper alluded to, as follows : The trial of Bishop Onderdonk appear to have been the great feature of the week, and the extraordinary result ha occupied the atten tion of both the morol and religious world, to the exclusion of almost every topic. The course of proceeding was thus : Bishop Onderdonk wai presented by three of his brethren of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 January 1845

At 13 o'clock, nominations were made for U tiited State Senator, and over one hundred wera named. Of these, those nominated in the Senate yesterday were a portion, and besides, Charles M'Clure, E. W. Keyser, Jos. It. Ingersoll, E. C. Reigert, John V. Ashmcad, Jacob Broom, Henry Chapman, John Smith, Jr , and tome fifty or sixty more were named. It seems al most pity that there is only one vacancy to fill. The Tariff question was the principal feature of the day, and a very animated discussion took place in regard to it ; both Democrats and Whigs assuming to be in favor of the act of 1942. The subject enme up on proceeding to the second rending of Mr. Bright' resolutions, which read as follows t "Whereas, Capitalists have been induced to make investments under the act of Congress on the subject of the tariff in full confidence nnd faith that said law would not be altered. There fore, "ResolvrJ, Ac, That our Senators in Con gress be instructed, mi J our Representatives re quested to op...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 January 1845

WA8IIIXGTOV. KY BRYANT. Great were the hearts nrnl strong the minds Of those who framed, in high debate, The immortal league of love that binds Our fair, broad Empire, State with State. And deep the gladness of the hour, When, as the auspicious task was done, In solemn trust, the sword of pewer, "Was given to glory's unspoil'd son. That noble race is gone ; the suns Of fifty years ha'e risen and set; Put the bright links those chosen ones So strongly forged are brighter yet. Wide as our own free race increase Wide shall extend the elastic chain, And bind, in everlasting peace, State after State, a mighty train. O, Xo-Xot e'en when first wi Loved. BY THOMAS MOOBK. Oh, no not e'en when first we loved, Wert thou so dear as now thou art ; Thy beauty then my senses moved, But now thy virtues bind my heart. What was but passion's sign before, lias since been turn'd to reason's vow ; And, though I then might love thee mare, Trust me, I love thee letter now. Although my heart in earlier you...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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