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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 September 1845

'. Ti:mi orjni i: Americas." ?. n. MASSRR, " ? Pi stismcas asd JOSEPH EISSBLY. rnorRiKToas. OJict in Centre Allry, in the rear of II. H. Mas nrr't Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TtVO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages arc paid. No subscription received for a 1pm period thin aix mouth. Ali communications or letters on business relation to the office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. jjmjJIMIHI . . 1 ATTOKNHY AT LAW, SU3TBUHY, PA. Business attended to in the OoMities of Nor thuielirlaiid, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Hrfrr to I P. et A. Pnvnrnr, I.OWKIt iV Utltttl.. tm.as A. Nail mi bam, II.. t dolus, McFunin fc Co. Spkbino, loon it Co., siirr. liltT S imtkxt rjlHIS Midline his now been tested by more B Don iliinv t'mnilirs in lln npic'lborhnod, and bis girn entire mtil kiioh. Ii is mi i.injl in it" rinsirurtinn, ihat it rannot Ret out ot order. It j ference four feet from the ground. This nobl...

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. — 27 September 1845

Tot the American. T lit HHtnnne nnJ Bncvirut Inhabitants f Jtorthouibcrland County. We address yon upon th inturetting subject of establishing in Pennsylvania, an Asylum for the Intuit. You liave been generally informed, we pre sume, during the Inst winter, the attention ofthe Legislature was affectively attracted to (hit sub ject, by n lady, named D. L. Dix. Her Immaflu filings had induced ber to view the prison of this, and other states, with the purpose of ascer taining nud am diorating the condition of those sufl'iring ii ml ;r this d ptorable malady. ft n act cf .A ;.'ttr.Wy was passed, by which .'si. Tt.'r Ecr:i;macher, Haldcrman, Camp-b-'l and Trco, were constituted commissioners t piiri'i.i':' ; trj.rf, of not less than one hundred aer-soi' !ar..i, : i:hin ten miles of Harrisburg. This pi'ii'ha!, vvs understand has been made ; among other things, they were empowered to 'appoint a committee in every city and county ef this Commonwealth, to solicit and receive pri vate euhscij...

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. — 27 September 1845

l.l."lJl1LJ.llJ.HA'J 1'IUCE UUMIENT. Cnrreittd weekly by fury Yoxtheimer. W Bit AT, ss 60 40 35 6 112 12 A 2ft 10 8 10 Rtr, Con pi, . Oats, Point, Fttxtiin, IIUTTKH, Enos, JlaicawAT, TaLf-ow, (Fitx, Hccctii FtAT, .Northumberland County, ss. rN the Orphana' Court nf said county, ai August 1W A. U. 1S45. lln motion of Much Bel la. Em., the Court grant a rule nn the heir unci lrgd representatives of Hemy Antra, late of ihe hn Touch of Northurtheiland, in said county, tier 1., leaving iaue six children. ti wj : Margaret, inter xnnrried wi'h Clan E. Wjnthrrj Ca'hetine, inter married with George Hu'er; Philip Antes; E!i lioth, fnrmtr'y intermarried with Levi Ilohirt, now deceased, hat 'ng i-itr by her said husband, Han nah Ilnharl a.ti.1 Elizabeth If. hart, m;nora uniler the age. of Iwentyot.e, of whom Daniel Rrautigam, E!j., it gtianti.-in, ei:d Villi im Ant s. resident in Wicnin. hobs mml titri!.iiieoi of II. n-y Ante, l ite et the borough of .Vvrthuinherland, drcM.. to appear in our ne...

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. — 27 September 1845

- J . .! ... g 11. . ,l Li From the New Orleans Picayune Bong of Ihe Hippie. Tiirl ! am I not a joyoii3 ti i r. g Purl, Pur!! I daily sing! T came from the mountains far away, I crept through a rock that was old and pray, And I danced to see the light of day As I leaped from the mountain spring. Purl, Purl! it is bright to be A wave of the ocean, wild and free! Adown the mountain I dart and slide, Around the pebble I curl and ride, Singing my sons to the dancing tide, And speeding away to the sea. Turl ! O many Ions years ago. Too full of pleasure to note or know, I bore on my bosom a floating chip. As I sought the plains for a seaward ship, And I sigh'd to toss the ocean ship On my foaming breast of snow! Over the prairies many a mile, Purling, purling all the while ! I was once but a drop of the mountain snow, rut I ride and swell as away I go, Brighter and larger the older I grow 'Neath the golden Summer's smile. Purly O ! no death know I ; The buffaloes oft chase me pijjh; r.ut ...

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 October 1845

TERMS OP THE " AMERICA'." H. B. MAS8ER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. ? PusLinitns inn S Proprietors. H. It. .W.fStf, Editor. Office in Centriitej7 in the rear of If, B. Mat ter's Store.) THE AMERICA N"Ts r published every Salur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till itt arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a tea period than aix mouth. All communication or letter on .business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. H. B. MASSES., ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUIIBU-RV, PA. Business intended lt in the Counties of Nor thuiilerland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. HcilVr lot P. fe A. PcH-lll' liT, Low Kit A- U a it no. KottKtia At SsniRss, yi'.hilatt. Rktkomis, Mcr'Annin &, Co. Spkmi no, 'Jonn & Co., sirur.Kitrs patknt "7ASEI1TG MACHI1TE. fBHIS Machine his n,w been tested by more JL than thirty families in ihi neighborhood, and hits given entire natiirtion. It is so pimple in it construction, that it cannot net out of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 October 1845

Prus-rea of f ha War against ths JIorntm. )epi.ok.vblc State or Arrama ! Jo& -.fir Triumphant The account which come to ui from the seat nt destruction in Illinois show a deplorable condition of thing, an ultrr Jit-re-pird for law, and a spirit of persecution dis fjrsceliil to the ape. The Anti-Mormon, with a reletitloseness becoming fiends are bent upon cirryinjj out their proposed design of burning the Mormons out ofthe ciHinty, and as a mtural consequence, lives have been sacrificed in the attempt. In this war of extermination they include not only the Mormons, but all who are suspected of favoring the Mormon cause, or of harboring Mormons about them. Numbers of people, especially woman and children, are leaving the country as fast as they can pet away, their b!?affe and household good strew ed along the bank of the rivet. Thus far the Mornona have fled M every instance, making little or r.o resistance ; hut they cannot flee much further, and they must either stand and fight,...

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 October 1845

. ai . j . ... . j. . u . in i. . . i PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Ynxthetmee, Whxat, p(S Rft, ..... 60 Com, ...... 40 Oath 25 Pork, . . . R FLtXKCKD, ... . 113 Uuttkh, ..... m Eon. .... .8 Brits wax, . . . 2ft Tallow, ... 10 Fi, ... . 8 Hsrm.itn Fit. . to L - ' 1 "Good Intent Fire Company." A STATED MEETINO i.fthe C.inp.ny will lip held en Tucsd -y evening next, al 7 o'clock, ( lh Cturl House. Punctual attendance is re. qured. HENRY DON NEW. Oct. 4. 1845. Secretary. "Washington Tiro Company." ''T'lIE members of the Washington Fire Com- piny" are requested in meet at the State It ohm, on Mi.nl.iv Evening, Oct C. at 7 u'. -chick, precisely. Puiirm-al ntlcndiitico I required. O t. 4. I) W. SHIN DEI . ,svr LIST OF JURORS OF Nnrihiimla-rlaiid Comity, f..r Kui. 'iVim, A. D. 1815. (raiid .Jurors. Turhul Sil rnon Eshhach, Pe.luwttre. J ! It, til, Jacob Stixel, Win. 2Cirk. John llou-h, Will am Titihmok. Lewis. 'I t n Kaon. Vichacl Sec.hler. .1'iil. J lui I) vers Chillitquitijw: ...

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

ketch oflh Wote.book if Laurie Toilil I Ok, Hint to tus Yoriw Vm'si Mcrcasi tii.b Library Association. Tn choosing a wife, Irt her br nf r family nnt vain in their name or connections, bur remark able fr their simplicity of manners and integri ty of life. Let her bo t'ike free from deformi ty nnl hereditary disease ; neither fix yotir rye on n celebrated bcaoty-s-she is opt to bo tco pround of her pretty facp, and afraid to ioil ner delicate hands. The woman who washes her own silver spoons, China cups and platters, nnd performs other liijlit services in the family, is always the most healthy, the most happy, and the most conlenled for thus she gains the ap probation of her husband and of her own con science. The woman who loaves her family four or five hours every day, running from shop to shop, and making calls, isnlwsys unhapy; for conscience says ymi hove been sowing the wind, you shall reap the whirlwind. Beauty is a very desirable incredicnt in choosing- a wife; you will be pr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 October 1845

TERMS OF TIIK AMERICAN" I'lRCTHOF 4WVEKT1SISC, I square I insertion, f 0 So I do 9 do . . . .0 7f do S do . , . 11(1 Every subsequent Insertion, . . 0 Yearly Ait.prii.Amnia ana. k..if H. U. MASSRtt, JOSEPH ElSEI.Y. ? Pi'HtinHitRg inn S pRnratsToas. OJice in Centrf Aei. in the rear of Ii. B. Mat ter's Store.) i THE" AMERICAN" is published every Sator Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum la be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all airearagce are paid. . No subscription received for a lose period than mx months. All communication or li-ttera on business relating In the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUXTBURY, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor-thun-lerlaud, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. Heifer tel AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: t . -j .--..........,., Ull llfllllllH, f .f , IIP'II column, f I ft, three squares, f 12 two squares, f U one square, f 5. Half-yearly t one column, f 18 i half Column, ft II I three amiares. H l Absolute acq...

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 October 1845

Potato Dlirsae. The disease oftae potatoes ia, however, not ?nly the continence f the bad weather we have V.iJ al( et Europe, Spain and Italy not etc pteil, but the natural progress of a decay to which that vegetable Y subject, if not counter acted by judicious mean. One of the teat Ger ms Botanists observed the disease gradually in creasing for the last ten years, mud propounded s sue of t.e fcest means of arresting its progress which he tried successfully to raise them eve sy three years from the seed j believing that the nstrol way of planting ceased the vegetable to d.-generate rn that period. The President of the AgriewTtaral Society of the Prnssian Province of the Rhino, -published, however, a few days ago, his own observations, "which, as they are short and to the point, I venture here to repeat. Ac cording to his observation, the disease is of a two fold kind: one which injures the crop but does not spoil it, and the other which rendeis the vegetation unfit for nutriment. Th...

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 October 1845

LisToir cause::?. IOR trial in the Con 'it of Common Pk of Nor thumlrland Cou nty, HI Novem her Term, 1815, commencing tho I rt Monday, bei rig the 3 J. Peitxinger, alienee, of Citrvrr " Jnhn Gate f et at Benjamin Robin ' Abraham Lomrence Prentice for Welch Joseph Kee.fer Claire GenevievstDaaqrit'v.i Daniel Dunklnberger Same y 8ame "William Farrow v. . Thraham KUm Geori Leibrich henry Meer, David M'Knight R Richardson et all Kemp, assignee of Hotrart C Barrel Anthony Wton et el Joh M H ousel Itobt Grant el al Willi em Reed Abner Mendenrull v A Wi Ihelm'a edmr.. C I, Wcimer va Hol.erl McCoy Willian McCoy va HobaC & Barret Hinckley A OgcUhy June L w. A H Hews. Ac for H U Mer v William McCojr rLorenr... I) Housel v William Crick "George Mil enl-ach's sdmr B & J Stamm, Ac vJrtotttrfc' v John Becker Francis WiCev, a Felix Mturer M el Wm8Mnntm7 v lr Jsme. Locke Whitall At Brown vs John H Boyd Wm H Brown An vs Same JStrawbriJge A U uihxi vs. fame (Holmes. Sturgeon A cow Same .Jam B...

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. — 11 October 1845

Wnatedt OnelmnJreJ and mnty-five young men of nil buck, from lira tail,-graceful dnndy with hair rnonh on his tipper works to stuff a burbor'a riibliion , down to the little luimp-bacVeJ, frock i; faced, bow-looked, carrot-headed upstart. The object is to form a gaping Corps, to bo in attendance at the church doora on each Sabbath before the commencement of divine ecrvico, stare at tho foipnles as they enter, and make delicate and gentlemanly remarks on their per urns and dress. All who wish to enlist in the above Corp, will please appear nt tho various church doors next Sabbath morning', where they wilt be duly inspected, arid their names, personal appearance- and quantity of brains re gistered in a book kept for that purpose, and published in the newspapers. To prevent a general rush, it will be well to etate that none will be enlisted who possess intellectual capaci ties above that of an ordinary well-bred don key. Exchange. I.sniA A!r Yankee. The water at Mack in iw is very clea...

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 October 1845

TniUIS OP TUB " AMCniCAX !!. It. MA8HER, ? Peat,,,, ii JOSEPH ElSEI.Y. $ pRoriitroii. A .TMSSItn, Editor. Office in Centre AlleyTin the rear of It. It. Mat ser'i Store.) THE" A MR ft 10 A N" in published every Satnr day nt TWO UOU.AKS per annum to l.e paid half yearly in advance. No paper disrnnlin ueel till all nirrnrngrs ate paid. No subscription received for a less period than u MO!itj. All communication or letter on business rrlitinir to Ihn office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. H. 3. MASSE?., ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBXTHV, PA. Business attended to in ihe Counties of Nor Uhumlerlnnd, Union, l.yromini; and Culumliia. Heifer lot I . V A. rnvnrnT, 1,D w oV I" nuns, 8imr.nn &. Ssjotinaiss, yl'.Mlad. list vot.n. Wcl'Ani.n fc Co e mm, 'trinn & Co., AT.!:XAM)i:ii L. JiI( KKY. TRUNK IVIAKBR. Ku. I"0 ( liostuil sixwi, FUXX. ADE WPH3 A. WTWV.RF, all kind of lent er trunks vale's and carpel bans, .,f eery tyl and pattern ore j manuf ictureil, m t!ie heat manner and from the ...

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 October 1845

live ty Til to Ol.tt WOULD. Rait Pletnrts. The last steamer brought in accounts xf more han one fearful scene in the Old World. A treat pugilistic contest recently took place between two pri.o fighters named Count and HenJigo. and the details, as given in some papers, are calcula ted to excite a thrill of horror as well as a burnt of indignation. We hear sad stories occasional ly of the brutality of the bull tights of Spain, and of tin; discreditable appearance of such scenes, of the youth, beauty and fashion of the principal ci ties ot that country. Even the English papers have lately teemed with the bitterest comments, because on a recent occasion, the young queen of Spain was present at one of these fights, and be came excited like the rest of the spectators. They have also denounced in becoming terms, a fright ful massacre of deer, which recently took place l.. i h.i.iii mi. n .11 urn I L THE AMERICAN. Sat unlay t Ocular IS, 1845. it. r.ti..VKii, f7., ,,t tit ttt ii t:. Strut a,...

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 October 1845

DALTIMORB MAItKKT. Ofirenflhe Baltimiirk A m iiiica s Oct. 10. GRAIN'. -In conspcjtirnre of the trnor of thn Tng'ish news to the 10th ult. the market opened with on active demand on Monday, and snlcs were Iroely made of parcels ofgond to prime Mil. ond Va. reds at 00 a O.'l cents. On Wednesday the tales of good to prime reds were nt 00 a 05 cents ; atid to-day sales of the same qualities are making at 03 a 0(5 cents. The demand continues brisk, and is mainly for shipment and specula tion. Very inferior to good reds are selling from frlO to S3 cent. Sale of family flour white wheats ore making at x0."i a 110 rents, and of other do arriptions of whiles at 03 a 07 cents. Prime Penna. Wheat, if We, would command 07 and probably OS cents. Com. On .Monday sales of M l. white were made at 5 -I a M cents, and of ye'low nt ,V1 a .ri7 cents. Since Wednesday the Mies of white have been at 5-1 a ,V cts. and of yellow nt .' I a .iii cs., oml we quote those rates today. Yesterday two parcels of I...

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. — 18 October 1845

The ICfnpres nnil ths Actress, A mime; the few etrc,'res who have achieved n European reputation, Mdlle Colt tot was one tu" the most Temarkitb'e, no If bi for her histrionic t tlont than for the brilliancy of her wit and the amrabilitjr of kn personal character. The fail Iriwinrr pretty mot is related oflier in connexion with th farly portion of her career. The Queen Mario Antoinette had a particular desire to wo her in a certain glmrocter that of La tlnnvcrnanlc which phe had never played, nnd which wag in no respect suited cither to lier aje at that time, (in 1790,) or to her style of acting. Moreover, the piece had been com tuanded to ho played on tho lay following that mi which tho Queen had expressed lier desire to gee the character enacted by Mdlle Contat. She. was, however, devotedly attached to the Queen, and by almost incredible exertion, she wan enabled to study and perform it within the required time. On speaking afterward of the !!Bciilty pIio had overcome in accomplish...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 October 1845

TEIOIS OF THE " AMEIllCAX." H. B. MAA9ER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ? PuattSRKRa AND S Paor-aiaToas, M. B. JIMSSER, Editor, Office In CtntrfAlleyTiritht rear of H. B. Mat ter' t Store.) THE AMCRTCA N" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paiil half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than mix month. All communication or letter on business relating to the olficc, to insure attention, jnust be POST PAID. E. B. MASSES., ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thurplerland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Kefer to l r. c A. Hoi uviit, Lowe ii & U a lino a-. Soifhs Sl irniinit a, PMlaJ. RKtwoLna, McKarlisd &. Co. Spkhino, Moon & Co., ALEXANDER I 11ICKGY. TRUNK MAKER. A'o. 150 C'licgnut Mrect, r HXX.ADE LPHIA. "ITHERE all kinds of leatir trunks, valises and rarpet hags, of every style and pattern are manufactured, in the best manner and from the best materials,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 October 1845

"orrcipnnJcncc of the Vnilnl States Gazelle. Per "Francis P. Beck." TIitnos AtRf:, August 8tli, IS J."). Rino 1 but wrote, events hnvo succeeded each other with startling rapidity. Oil the 1st August the English and Fiench ministers went down tn Montevideo. On their nrrivnl there, tlie port of the Huron was declared blockaded, as nb-n nil that pai l of the mast inuler llio com mand nlOribe, or an tin y say, under the inllu eneo it' tho Argentine nrmy. This was first known lu re by tlie nrriv.il i.f t'io Eufraeia, a Sardinian packet vln (.ft here. lr tlie Rucoo tbhi'ay week (Friday) ond rrtnrnrd en Tuos day, 'nil having been allowed tn en'er. The E. ni hoarded by ft bunt from the English him of w-ir Uncer," brr lett.-r h.ig demanded find seventeen letter? taken therefrom, fur which n receipt was given by t" Lieut, of the l'-i " r. W'p had hardly learned this new when we were astounded to hear of n combined nt tie'; nvib'on tbe liltle Argentine fleet by the EngR-di. French find Rrazi'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 October 1845

From the Liverpool Chronicle. Opinion of m War nllh Amerlcat Put after all it would be the very wantonness of fully and pupnacily for two ntich countrirs as England and the United Ptiitrs to waste their treneth and energies and means in fighting about a distant, bleak, and barren country, which an amicable arrangement rould so divide be tween them as to find ample room and to spare fur all the settlers whom they can send into it for generations to come. Hut we will not antici pate that the troubled spirits of the Polkitos w ill lie able to drive their more sober minded coun trymen intnany such extreme mndnrss. A war lietween England and the United States would !be the greatest calamity which could alllict the civilised world. Although under different -forms of government, they are the two rroardiana of freedom yet in store for all mankind, and it wo'ild be a feast to the despots of the earth to -see them weakening and tearing each other to pieces in mad and senseless hostilities. It...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 October 1845

ThciVa Beauty Every Where. IS TAMKS ft. BBVnRIDCE. There" beauty in the dashing ware, Wh"n the storm is raging high There's beauty in the quiet stream As it gently pi iileth by. There's beauty in the cloudless nih When stars are shining rlear, Or darkness shuts them from tbesigbt Theie'a beauty every where. There's beauty when the morning dawns And gives to eartli her light, And when tht fading sun proclaims The slow approach or night. There's beauty in the verdant lawn When buds their blushes wear, AnJ when the ice-Ling holds his court, There's beauty every where. There's beauty when the Christian kneels In humble prayer to Heaven When o'er his soul hopf sweetly steals, And tells of sins lorpiven. There's beauty in the merry sounds That float upon the air, AVhen music breathes a happy strain There's beauty every where. Winter Is Coming, BY YXI7.A COOK. Winter is coming 1 who cares ? who cares? Not the wealthy and proud, I trow : "Let it come," they cry, "what matter to us How chill...

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