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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 August 1845

terms oiljyiiijrAatEnicAx.' H. B. MASSER, i pu JOSEPH EWBI.Y. $ Panraiitrnas. . JZ. JiJISskR, Editor. Ofice in Ccnti f .1lltjj,in tht rear nf 11. II. Mat ,,' Stare.) THE" AMERICA N"U published e rer Satur day at TWO DOLLARS er annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions weired fur A 1e period than it mouths. All communication or letter an business relating to the olBcc, to insure attention, kiuat be POST PAID. .1, 1 1 '! J .' 1 .J 11 1 1 . 1 1 1 H. 3. lASDE?s, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUIfBTJRTT, PA. Ytuslncss titlcndej lo in the Counties of Nor Oiurpl erhiud, Fiiinn. Lycoming and Columbia. ltrlVr lo. Tho t is H aiit Sc (Jo., l.owrn A II tit mi. Habt, Ccmmivb iSt Haiit, '.'( Ilatl. Kkt noi.iir, Mc Kaiii.m ii iV Co. .fr-HUHI so, 'JllOII (V '.,., sniiVi-iiT s PAT K XT riXill.S Machine hi now h en tested by more r"" "r," ih! ,i .i i h irh I nil I ' li.is Riwti entire satisl.clum. ' o simple in it. ; a nstruction, that it canno....

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. — 23 August 1845

FOM.IGJ SEWS ARRIVAL OF Till! M r-ittiislilit "h. Sr V IHbcrnla. 1 lie proposal was most ut.fuitiiimt-ly Ten IJnys l.nlrr f.o.i. Knrnprt The Steamship nihernia, Captain Kyrie, ar rived at Poston on Stintfciy at noon, having made tlio passage in loss than twelve days. She brings teifdays later intelligenc. Among the passengers, arc Mr. and Mrs. Chs. Kean and Mr. Hackett. They will remain a year. It is .a id the terms of their encasement ire the highest yet ;iven to any actors from Kngland. Mr. M'T.nrie, tbe newly appointed minister from the United States of America to this Court, Ins at rived at Thomas' Hotel, llerkely square. The annexation of Texas to the United stales lias not at all excited surprise. Comufik l.u.. Serious fears ofa tailor of the li.iivcst now begin to ho felt. The weather has been fur fiom favorable for the harvest. The supply of giain at present in the country is very limited, and a failure of the oniing crop would be a serions inconvenience. The stock of Uni te...

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. — 23 August 1845

BAI.TIMOKK MAIIKKT. Ofjfimaflht Baii-imori Avuaic, Aug. 19. GRAIN. There is a fair supply of Wheat at market to-day, but the millers gencrall having full Mocks on hand, tales are rather difficult to he made. We quote ordinary to prime reds at "5 S t Ms. A sale of a lot of I'cnna. red was made at 8(1 els. and a lot of Penna. white, not white e noiijjlv for family flour, on terms not made public. We quote AM. white Wheats at S5 a l5cts. Corn has further improved. Sales to day at 4!i a 17 cts. for w hite, and 47 a -18 cts. for yellow. A sale of Penna. yelluw nt 4!) cts. A lot of Penna. Rye was sold to-day on Utms not tsanspired, put sa:d to be above 00 its. Sales ol Oats at 110 a 31 cts. l'.'MCR CURUKXT. Cwrteed weekly by Henry Yaxthenner. 'VVhiiat, . 85 It f a, SO Cntttt, ...... 4( ()ts ...... 25 Fens:, ... 5 FiaxtarKii, ... . 112 Hijttisii, - 12 Cons, . . (5 IIkmwh, .... 25 Tallow, ... 10 F 1. 1 x , ... .8 Hkcki.kii Flax, - 10 Dim mi A era., - .10 Da. Vim'hcs, loll sJ""tAME to tli" r...

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. — 23 August 1845

Kngllthman'i Opinion of lh A' merlcan. We yesterday received a publication ol Dr. I.yrll'a travel in the United Stale. We have since looked tlironph his book, and find Hint it possesses considerable interest. A lorjre part is taken up with remarks upon the geology of the country, which we should suppose are valu able, coming from bo eminent an authority. But there are also observations on the character and manner of tho American, that are likely to (rive the books a broader intercut. From the Intter we make a f'esv extracts .- -N. Y. Com. Adv. 'One of the first peeuliaritintbat must strike a foreigner in the United States is the def.T ence paid universally to the sex, without regard to station. Womon msy travel alone here in atagre coaches, steamboats, and railway?, with In.. mlh nfdntniintnriA(T diearrroavnldat .mb uii.ttff. and of hearing coarse and unpleasant converts- ' tmn, than in any country I have ever visited j 1 he contrast in this respect, between the Amer icans and the F...

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. — 30 August 1845

ti:rims or tub amcricax. UNBTOY AMERICAN. 1'inCKS OP AOVKRTliI.C2. H. n. MASTER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. 7 rcni.isHKns inn S Psi.rnisTnss. I square 1 insertion, I do 3 do 1 do 3 do . 0 75 1 00 If. It. n.lSSER. Editor. Office in Ccntre.ilcy, in the rcamf 11. II. Mat nrr't Store. THE ' AMEIUOAV is published every Sstor day lit TWO DOLLARS r annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till i.t airearagc are paid. No subscription received for a less period thin xix months. All communications or htlcis on b up in ess relntinj; to the office, In Insure attention, aiusl be POST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBTJItY, PA. HusincfS iillendcd to in the Counties of Nor Ihuiet.iland, I'l.ion. livcuming and Columbia, llrfrr toi Evary sulmequent inirtinn, Yearly Advertisements i oneeobtmn, f 2ft t hnlf AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. column, f 1 8, three aqunrra, f 1 3 ; two fqiiurr. f ; one squaie, fft. Half-yearly i one column, f I? ! half column, $12 three squares, f 9 ; two eqiiarca, fftj one sq...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 August 1845

A n Important Question fur P!illnlrlphlnn. We ropy from the Krie O ir.ette tho follow ing nrticle, which commend its-elf to every en pttfi list mid business matt in Philadelphia, nml indeed the whole State. I'hii.adki riitA AND Cull? Tlu.se points are the nstural nutlets through which the immense miner?) otxl atjricult ornl products of their re spective sections of the Slate tn tint pass, and for this reason, it has long been a desideratum with i very true lVlinsy Hainan to unite tliein hy a i i iro .d, constructed either by a company or tl.e C ;! M.wvnlth. The latter mode linn been here tofore, f'-.':;i (!;( ettWrassfd condition o( her I'li'inc-?, it!ioosible, and from the smie cause, si, 'I re,. it iinies en; but the former, although for a ten- veir prist a s equally impossible, from sunt ):r pii.iri nssm.'.it operating tmonj the people, is now nut only possible, but called, for by every 1 rnii?'i'er.it ion ol intercut and State pride. I'hiln- in. bs .led 1 hv the whole Ssliife tm...

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. — 30 August 1845

f 11 l'imssr nAt.Tiaoits iAtiT. OJficeoftht BAtTtMnn Ancmcm. Aug. 35. ORAIN.-The supply of Wheat at market today is ipiite small. The demand, however, is limi ted and prices remain much as last week. We quote good to prime reds at SO n S(1 cts. and or dinary to good 75 a 80 cts. Ordinary to good w hite Wheats sell at S5 a l0 cts. and family Hour parcels at 1)3 a PS cts. Corn lias advanced. Sales to-day at 50 a 51$ cts. for white, and 31 a 50 ct.. for yellow. .Md. Rye is worth CO a 03 rt. Sales of Oats at 31 a 32 cts. M'HISRF.Y. The demand has improved and ! prices are firmer. Sales to-day of hints, at 22 a 22J cts.; and ol bids. 2:i. cts. I'llICR CU.lIii.NT. Corrected weekly b Henry Ynxlheimer. AVmsat, lira, I'tlHJ, OtT. 1'llHH. Futsrun, lU'TTKU, Eons, Tmuw, Fl.T, lh:ri.m Flat, Dhikii Arpi.it, . Do. I'UI'KIK, 85 fit) 40 25 3 112 12 fi 2ft in 8 10 50 1 5(1 i:s(a- of John lln?!! ..won?. !rcI jvTOTII'E is lifreliy liven, that letters of admin i.-tratioo on Slid tsta'e hvr been arnn'rd ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 August 1845

KftTAIIMSIIISU A COM, ICC riOIV. JTherein Animal Mngmft'sm is reduced to Vul gar Comprehension. You're travelling on a steamboat, lay ; A walking here ami there ; You'll, ninybe, meet a pretty face A certain witching air ; You'll see it once or twice, anil then You'll say, 'she'a very pretty !' And then, perhaps, you'll walk awny, Ami, maybe, hum a ditty. Well, then, perhaps, at dinner time, A glance or two may wander Towards the table's upper end, Where she's a sitting, yonder ; You'll find a something 'bout her mouth, And the way she lifts her fork, And cuts her meat, and moves her jaw, And her other table work ' Yon meet her then, upon the "guard," Where with her friend, she's walking, Her arm 'round her companion's waist, As girls do when they're talking ; You note the sweetest k ind of foot That nameless girlish grace And that bright smile, which makes you glow To see on a girl's face. Well, this goeson, f)erlwps two days, You keep a walking 'round, And find yourself when near ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 September 1845

TCItMS Or THE AMERICAS." II. B. MASS EM, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ? rVBLIRBEHR AftD ) PROPRIETORS, It. mTl.lSSKlt, Editor, OJice in Cenireifej,"irrthe rear of II. 0. Mat ter's Store. THE" AMEIMOAN" ispublfalied e vc ry Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ue J till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than six momtiis. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure ailuntion, must be POST PAID. H.B. MASSES., ' ATTORN E Y AT LAW, SUIT BURY, PA. Business, attended to in the Counties of Nor thumlerland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Heifer tot Titns Hart ft Co., Lowr.n A. Barrow, Hart, Ccmmisbs & Hart, ltd solus, McFm.A!n & Co. Sprat r, 'innu & Co., SIIIJCUHTS PATKXT Vf ASHI1TG- MACJEXITE. rpillS Machine h is now been tested by more 1 JL than thirl families in this neighborhood, and 1ns gi.en entire sntisfWlio... It is ho sin.pl., in its ( nstruclion, that it cannot pel ou...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 September 1845

. .. MBX1CO. Th Military Irtnsrtnriits f Dity. Vm riir". - Thefcw OrleatwBceofthe 23d, says tht "on the previous afternoon, a targe number ol citi zens assembled on tbe Public Square, for the pur pose of wituessiug the departure cf the Volun teer Artillery, urulrr he command of Mnj. Gai ly. At floor Vc1ocV,: they proceeded from the City Ila11 through the Public Square, where they vvre saluted ly their brothers) iu arms with t wnnty-eigbt guns, and then escorted to lie Par tacVs. T-hcy embarked en board the steamship Alabama in the evening., in company witb Cap tain Fnrno'a company of '-Native Auiorican Ar tillery" Volunteers and fire companies' f U. ft. Ti-oops of tbe Line, all of whom, we are inform ed, are under the immediate command of Major Gaily. The Cannonniers numbering 1-00 men, nnd Captain Forno's company S3, each coinpany having f"r strong field pieces." The Picayune, aH-udirig to the ss.me movement, says that '-in the corps, were many chivalrous and enthusiastic young Cre...

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. — 6 September 1845

r ... 1 w .. Sheriff's Sales. KY '."tn of crrtiiin wrila of Ve n. Ex. issued mil of the Oou.'tnf Common Plea of Northitm iierlaml Counts. In nil ilirce.tt l, will he exposed in public salp, m the house of Oharlea Weaver, in ihe borough of Hun" nrv, on FtMny 'he 3.1 day ..f Oc tober n, At I oYlsrk. I. M lh" following do scribed property to wh t Fun contiguous Iota of ground siti.'af' 'n the bn TOitnh nf Nntlluimhpilanil and marked in thi gene- ml nlnn of mi, I l.mn. N.i. fll. BS. 6: nml 04. brum- I tiled south by Hanover street, nml on the will ly a "20 frrl alley, northward by Water atrept. Al-n; Pour rontiuii'iis loin. No. 19:. 191. 10S aanJ 1 96, bounded cast hy JNTorihw.iy, a. mill hy swerr street, wrtt by a'er street, and ncrlli ly a SO alky. . no rl.T ,emA 'XYn , ' u' "-''"Hion in ih- rprpip-a (irpom. S09 ami 810, .o,,n-lp. on lh e,t hy Hanover , w j -,,,, rM,p llMiM.v -mall dim.niiii.m irtn.Pl. on the in.rili hy N.v.hwav, ami ihe oi 'nf . 11V,v:of cnn;, .,, emirP a .. ri f.y ....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 September 1845

Fkctcl.es of Mexican Oenerats. A writer in tho Washington Union fives llic following account of tlie prominent military nipn of Mexico : i , fleneral Paredea was at or near Monterey when last heard from ; he ia undoubtedly commander-in-chief his rank in general uf division, the highest grade, in the Mexican service ; and he is considered as the most distinguished man nl his grade, lie commenced his services as lieutenant, under the old priest, Cuticrnl .More Ins, one of tlie most able generals and purest p triotstlwtt the revolution produced. I-nrnles commanded for a long time the body of lancers, who formed the pcrsonel escort of tlmt chief, nnd in the fatal battle of the Cuantla Amilpi. lost his right hand, and saved the life of his chief. After the execution of Morelos, be re tired to the mountains, where, among the incre dible dangers and hardships, he concealed him self until Iturhidc pronounced in favor of inde pendence, when ho immediately put himself nnd paity under the orde...

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. — 13 September 1845

i TERMS or LTIIRAMERICAX. " n-WASSKR, "" l "P0.MM1.M o JOSEPH EWEI.Y. $ Paor.irro.a. It. HMASSKh Editor. OJJice in Centre Alley, in the rear' of II. R. Mat ter'e Store. Til E A M ERICA'S" Is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per mnum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all airearagcs lire paid. JVo subscriptions received for a less period than .i mouths. All communications or Idler on 5m sines retatinir loth office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. , H. Be MASSE?., ATTORNEY AT LAW,' SimBTJBV, PA. Business ullcmlcd Ii in the Counties of Nor huulerlaud, Union. Lycoming and Columbia, liefer to I JVo II411T At t!o, LnWk.t & UHIIOI. Haht. Pi, .. ts os &. Haut, l','iilait. Ruts.!' ns, Mi i"'"1'1" & Uo SpRHINCI 'idllll .V . rilHIS Machine aia now licen tested by n'" J. than thirty families in this neighborhood, h'"l it. ik pivpn cnnre smisittcnou. n ia mi siriiiiie 111 n Construction, tlmt il cants! e-et out of order. Ii centum no iron t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 September 1845

DEMOCRATIC STATE COSTKSTION, HALL OF REPRESENTATIVES, Tmuxshat Sept. 4, 19-15. ' Thin being ths day fixed upon by the State Central Committer, for the meeting of the Dem ocratic State Convention, Tor the purpose of no minating a candidate for Canal Commissioner, the Convention was called to order at half past ten o'clock, by Rkah Fa?.ikii, Esq., on whose motion SAMUEL FEGELY, of Berks, wa ap pointed President for the purpose of temporary organization. John S. Rhkv, of Armstrong, and C. F. Jack os, of Schuylkill, were ppointed Secretaries The roll being called over, the delegates an swered to their names : The convention then proceeded to consider the various disputed seats. After some discussion Jesse C. Horton wn ad mitted the Senatorial delegate from Dauphin and Northumberland, and Henry , Masser the Re presentative delegate from Northumberland conn- The Convention proceeded to the case of the Senatorial delegate from Fayette and Creene. A discussion of some length here took place...

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. — 13 September 1845

Sheriff's Sales. 11 Y virtue of cerisin writ of Vcn. lit. A Fi. Fi., UP issued nut of (he Court of Common Plea of ' jNortb'J count, to inn directed, will he Clpmrd Id public tale, tt lb house of Charles Weaver, in the borough of StiiH'ury. on Friday the 3d day of Oc lober net. t, at 1 Vjjck, P. M, the following de. ecrihed property, to wit I 'Fr ut contiguous Iota of ground situate in the (o VrHgi nfNorihumberland, end marked in the gene V il plan of said town. Nos. 6 1 , 62. 63 and 4, boun ded svsuth f'.T Hanover street,' end on llie weal hy 20 fret alley, northward try Water alrret. . .nr. a . ml A1n: -Four contigunu iota, mo. v. i md 1M, bounded oe by North way, enuih by Ha tioveratreet, we bj tfBier etreet, end north by 20 feet llry. Atao: Four eontV:",, ,ol Not 07' ,08, 809 ami 810, bounded on the weet by Hanover etreel. on the north be North 'ay, nd nn theeeet fcy a SO felt elby, containing ea.h 60 fret on North way end 180 fret in depth. On No. H ia erected frame barrack. S. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 September 1845

The following song, written by Mr. Drew, was sting at the Celebration of the Columbia (D. C.) Typographical Society, by V.. Klopfti i The Inventten of Printing;. l 'Tis said that in the olden time, '' 1 r.re printing was invented, '" Tho want oT such a principle t .Wat very much lamented ; tor there Mere men as thete are now Who were forever seeking To renovate olil things, I trow, Or set the world a-creaking. ciioRrs. Let feudal ages go to pi, We'll set the form anew, boys. We'll in, and beat, am pull, and fly. And prove what we can do, boys. No pfiny press was then in vogue To print without permission ; And books, as now. were not a dniff. Much less a cheap edition. So then some jolly Dutchmen said They'd put their heads together, And print a book with types of lead, And hind it up in leather. Let feudal ages, Kc. They tell of T,aury Coster, who Set up in Harlem City, And had jnurt and dtvil loo Put was it not a pity, That while he kept a Christmas day. And thonght of nothing wron...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 September 1845

TfcltMS OF TUK " AMERICAN." H. B. MASHER, JOSEPH E1SE1.Y. PuBLiaa ARD S Prdphiitors. . H. rfMJSKR, Editor. OJice in Ccniri'Aky, "hi Ihe rear of 11. II. Ma$ ter't Stcrt. THE" AMERICAN" f published ftery Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be faiil half yearly In advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a leaa period than ix mosths. All rommunicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. " H. 3. 2ADSE?., ATTORN I j Y AT LAW, STjrTBXJUY, TA. Ttuniness attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Itrit-r lt Tnnws Hart .V Co., linwta Si HAnao-c, Hart, Cumimos Sc lfT, l'iilad. UF.tsoL.ns, Mc K m.K n A: Co. SpF.Htf, 'iooil fc Co., s7Fuc.iT: it r s vv ?:nt VYASSIITG- 1CACZX1TE. rMHIS Midline his n.nv bie.n tested by mure 1 than thirty families in ihi iieiphhorh. md. arid I) is given entire satisfaction. It is so simple in ila Construction, that it cannot set...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 September 1845

Fretting In lied tint Iron. Some experiments have recently beemnidoby Professor Boutigny on " (he spheroidal shape if bodies, and it application' to ettlm-boilors, trnd on the freeimg of wster in red hot vessels," which have been toad before the Cambridge Association, and it wpurtec! in an English scieti tific pspor. The first proceeds to show that a drap of water projected upon a red hot plate does not touch it i but that a repulsive action if exerted between thu plate and tha fluid, which keeps the latter i. a state of rapid vibration. At white lieat this repulsion act with the grea test energy, whilst it cease and the ordinary process of evsporation takes place at a brown red heat. The temperature of the water whilst in the Bphrroid.il state is found to be only 90 deg., und this temperature is maintained so long ns the heat of the plate is kept up. To bring the water to the boiling point, (to 21'2 deg.,) it is therefore necessary to cool the plate. Those phenomena are explained b...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 September 1845

WW PIlILAnRLIMIlA WHOLESALE HOTJSES. TO COUNTRY MEIICHANTS. THE undersigned Merchants, Manufacturer. Importer and VVhittooalo Dealers of the City of Philadelphia, embrace Ihe medium of ihe News paper Press of your section of country, to give you the street and number of our several establish tnent, and respectfully to invite ymi to nil eismi nation or our Fill ami Winter Stocks, which are. now full and complete. The superior excellence and creat variety of our own City Manufacture", in addition In full supplies -of Foreign and Domestic Goods, of every descrip lion, which will le told on terms and at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfactory, pren( the strongest Inducements to purchaser. Impnrteri and Dealers in Silk and Fanry Dry Ooods, and Fine French and Urilieh Cloth, Cas simeres and Vesting. Ashhurst & Rrming'nn, No 80 Market at, helnw 3d. Importer and Dealer in Staple, Silk and Fanry Dry Good. Al-o, B'ilish, French and American Cloths, Cassimcrs, Vesting, and Tailora' ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 September 1845

NEVER CIVIC VP. Never gits tip! It ! wise and better Always to hope than once to despair ; fling off the load of Doubt's cankering fetter, And break the dark spell of tyrannical care. JCever give up ! or the burden may aink yon Providence kindly has mingled the cup, And in all triali and trouble, bethink you, The watchword of life must be, Never give up: Never give up! there are chances and changee Helping the hopeful n hundred to one, And through the chaos, High Wisdom arrangea Ever aucrees if you'll only hope on; Never give up! for the wiaost is boldest, Knowing that Providence mingles the cup. And of all maxims the best, as the oldest, Ifi the true watchword of Never give up ! Never give up ! though the grape-shot may rattle, Or the full thunder cloud over you burst ; Statid like a rock, rind the storm or the battla Little shall harm you. tho' doing their worst. Never Rive up! if adveisity presses, Providence wisely has mingled the cup, And the best counsel, in all your distresse...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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