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

TUrnS OF TIIK AMERICAN" If. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EI3EIA'. ) PuBUS., ARB) , S POPRITORi. H. B. IriJtSSKH, Edttor. OJtet in CtntrfAlei', in the riarof H. B. Mat ner't Store.) THE AMERICAN" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin ueil till Att arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six MnnTH!. All communication oV tellers on business relating to the office, to insure attention, inert be POST. PAID. . E. B. MASSE?, " ATTQKN R Y AT LAW, SUITBtTRTT, PA. Dusiness attended to in ihe Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lvrominij and Columbia.. Hrft-r tot P. K A. I'dTlll'IIT, Low mi A Uahho. JSoMKHS &. iNOtlliNASS, l',Mlatt. lKTOLta. McKaRL4M1 &. Co . S min, 'ionii At Co., AT.KX AM) E IX h. 1 II C KK Y. TRUNK MAKER, Xo. X50 C ltcKiiut Street, nilLADELPHIA. j y'TTHERn all kind of lent er trunks valises and I carpet bags, of every etl and putein ate manuficturfd, in bot manner and frjirt 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. — 1 November 1845

. tub nonMONi. - Th Mormon havo reaolved to fo to Uregon, and not to California. They havo field prand Convention it ' Nauvoo, and resolved unan. tnouv m leave Illinois and aettle'at Vancou ver Inland, on the Columbia river tho wealthy ajfrr itijf to drvota their, meant to assist the poor to emigrate with them. Elder P. P. Pratt aJilff ssed the Convention, Irom which we make the P.llowinjr extract: "II referred to the great amount of expense and. lub ir we have been at to purchase lands, h.iild hnii'en, th? temple, &c. Wit misjht ask. why i it that we have been at all thin outlay ar.il rxp-np, and then are called to leaven! He- would anawer, tlie people of Cod wre al wsya required to make aacrificea, and if we hivo a sacrifice to make, lie ia in favor of i'a he in.r nm'-lliinir worthy of the people of God. i Wo dn n t want to leave a desolate ptne, to be a reproach to na, but something that will he a monument of our industry and virtue. Our homos, our farme, thin tempi", and all...

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. — 1 November 1845

rcWSYLVAM A, m. In the name and by the authority nf the Com monwealth of Fenntylvania. BY FRANCIS R. 8HUNK. OOVKMnOR OF TH Mm COMMOH WKAtTB. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS. Th Inestimable ble- L. S. .lng which the abundant gnndne of ih C J Supreme Ruler of the Universe, h i -ahnwered upon nnr beioved Commonwealth, . de. mand our eincereat gtalitude and most devout lhink. I ro, Tnr.arFnnr;, In accordance with my own feeling, mill in compliance with the wiahee of many of my fellnw-citi.en, appoint Thuratlny, I lie 21 111 ov. next, a n l of Thmk'si'v'nir, Prayer and Prane In Almighty God. Our dependence on him a indi vidual nnil a community, i so entire, ihit grati tude, thankncivinar and piaiae are duties aa delight fill a thev are nhhg itorv, T.i unl e a on pen p'e on a given d.iv, fur llie performance of Iheae dn tie and, while our own affection are purified ami our hevt cxpindcd wilh piety, to know thai at 'tlie aame Inalanl nur hrethren th noghout the whole 'Commonwealth, with like feeli...

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. — 1 November 1845

Marvellous. A French rarnnt, at Djohn, went one night quite exhausted to bed, after long and vain ef fort to make not the sense ofd passage ina GrPek poet. On tsllinj sslepp he (teemed to himself to be transported in spirit to Stockholm. where lie was conducted into the palaco of Queen Christina, ushered into the royal library, Mid placed before a compartment In which he distinguished t small volume thnt bore title now to him. He opened the volume, and found in it the solution of the grammatical difficulty which had so perplexed him. The joy which he felt at the discovery awaking him, he struck a light, and made a memorandum of what he had seen in his dream. The dark passage he now found perfectly cleared up. The ndwn ture, however was too strange to suffer him to rest sinVd without taking some stops to as certain in how far the impressions of his noctur nal journal corresponded with the reality. Des cartes was dt that time at Stockholm, and our etvaiil wrote to Clianut, the French ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 November 1845

u.iun r tiii:m aiii:hic t. : B. MAKSKtt, i Wnttfmtn JOSEPH ElSEI.Y. 5lPRITO(,.. . It. MJlSSKn, Editor. OJJice in Centre" Alky, in the rear of 11. B. Ma ter't Stare. THE" AMERICA V" i published every Satur day tit TWO HOLLAR ppr annum In be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued (ill all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period th in nix mouths. All communications or Idler on business relating In the office, la insure attention, must be POST PAID. H. B. MASSE?., ATTOKNKY AT LAW, SUIIBUIIV, r A. HusinPM uttended to in the (bounties of Nor Vhamttfland, Union, l.vrnming and Columbia. .. . . liefer to I 1 . iV A. K(i viu irr, I.owm fi 11 it no v, foMKiix ft. .jnnina ass, yl'hilatl. Kktjoli.3, MiKt(ii & Co. SpKRiMo, 'Soon Az ('., AI.KXAXDKK fi. JIKKKY. TRUNK Bl A K E H . .o. ."( lieniuit sin e), FIIZX.ACCX.7Z1Z A. VI THE RE all kin. Is of ie.it er dunk, vslisps and rarpct la j. of cmtv style and p litem are niaiiuf Ttippil, in ilie In st manlier ami...

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. — 8 November 1845

i-i3.!a. Frwi the V. S. Ja:iitc. HA1LR3AU COXMCCTIO. In the present unsettled stalo of tlie minds nfc-ur e.iti7.eiis, in repard to the Ileilroad con nect itui wfi't Pittsburgh, no mnnifi ctly shown at the iiieciinir at the Board of Trade's ronm lust night, I have deemed it advisable to present to the public view onolher route to connect with 'hit city, which wag Inst night of at the meeting, lint when, no doubt will receive serious atten tion tit the public meeting, which hereafter it is ciiMtt'innliiind to convenn, in order to arrive i.t Hi - f.'ciiii.'niid veiws of Philn.U luhii. The c iMiii,in;c.ition vi Lancaster and lliirrisliiirjr : t!r!r, i.i.!, already mide with Snnbury, William J'lirl, f ,.ick Haven ami Erie, is tho Mule to , ihie!i J refer. This course has been surveyed ', by no ti.rig!it arid very intelligent engineer of this city, and hi report sl.owa tlut the Alle- j jjlimiy ranjie (which alone on this route presents ; this fonMre) can be overcome by I grudinncc j ol'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. — 8 November 1845

List or Staple mid I'aiiry STATION mi Y, Jtcceived by late Arrival from London and Pari), and offend In the Trade nii, by SAMUEL KAP.T &CO. (Succtasnr to I.. I. Cohen V Co .) No. 27 South Fourth Stri ct, above Chcsnut Street, rHILADELMIIA. 1E4Lt.NO WA V. R..I, I'lark, While. Seirlrt. Fanry enlorp.l and Spangled 10, 50 and H ricks In the II). The assortment comprisca 36 dtf-fa-tent kimli. Wafer in l!. pane's, superior Senrtpf. Kiinrriiir i i ",, . t lied. Hlack and ass rtcd Fancy colors of the folio .. ing si.es: Note. Sma'l Nite. 'Pea, Lirge Pet. Mi liio'i or D.tt; aUi Notarial Wafer. 4 sir.e Transparent. (Ijnion and Fane? Wafe'ai-t h.iti a. Ink", M'alkdpo' mid Amnl l'a Hl;n rior II U. V'rilinir, Jipin, Ulne, Copyinff and M.el Vn Ink. in - 3, 4, 8. Id ami M'2 mz atune li oilr'. Sfcpp ior C irmiiie Ink. nudp hv (!nyi-t in Pari nd A?no. in Londnn. in c' holiha. Iloi,o" and A mid i' In. lei hie Ink, without pre jumtiinv Wulkdm'a reeniii e HI iek I .k P.md. r. (Jlia I k. hi wn hiiI ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 November 1845

From the United States Gazette. MY WIFE, When storm and tew petti thicken 'round And friends grow cold and few, When ills on ills are pressing hard One heart to me is true. When grief and anguish rack my brain, When by dull care opprest, One earnest, kindred heart 1 find That knows me loves me bast ! Whate'cr betide, of weal or woe, Whnte'er the chnnce or strife, One fiiend to me does earth efford, The partner of my tile ! Vhcn mad'liitig thoughts and dread despair My manhood's piidc assail, Whc ndrep dejection fills my soul And bids my spirit quail, 'Tis then her soft, familiar voice My aching bosom cheers, And bland persuasion eloquence In her dark eye appears. Tho' fevers shall consume my frame Air! sl.iT.V rs -it-'nl avay, Ti i. r i'.i r l.f.-A -.hit soothes my pain Thro' ruaey :t leiigttvMi'd day. When Fortnii'j f:o-ns. end fovors cease From all but i! nv'n above, 'Tis then a r-.oo.npensi; I know In her uik hanging love. Religion too, the Christian's hope, In her sublime appear...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 November 1845

'X i ' "-"r . 41. i . Ti:nIS OITII5Jj4MKftlCAX.' H. n. MASSER, lMtii.hi!M inn JOSEPH E18EI.Y. S iifltM. It. It. .ti.isskh, I'rWaf, Office in CentrtAlIerirTtie feur of It. 8. Mat ter's Slnre. THE" A M E R IV. k S " is publinhed every 'atur tlay at TWO HOLLARS per annum to b paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a les period than it hmthj. All communications' or letter on ttusine relating to the ulfice, to insure attention, iust he POST PAID. .. .. I. I i , E. B. MASSES, .ATTOItNKY AT LAW, SUIIBUKV, PA. TJ Dairies attended to in the Counties of Nor tltuipl erUnd, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. Urfrr tot P. A. I'aVliliilT, Lnwrrt i Diaao, Knti At. Sainton, yi'Sihtt. K.VfLIH, McKahlnii &. Co Spume, 'toon Sc. Co., ALUXAXMSJl li. J1ICKEY. TRUNK ttTAIEEn. No. 1"0 C lirNimt Street, rziiLAEExjrriiA. "XlHEFlE all kind uf Ifrtt er trunk. nli- and cari-t-t bag, of every style and f.u'Vrn are maniif ictmcd, in ilieh.nt m...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 November 1845

BBWJI - - ' ". - - -L.ll latb vno.ti TRXAS AStU muxico. The steamship McKim, at New Orleans on the 2J, passed the steamship Princeton at the Southwest Pas. Tue Princeton left Vera Cruz on the aame day a the brig Somtti, the arrival of which at Peasacola haa already been noted. The intelligence consequently in not later than was before received. It it under stood, however, that the Mcxicnn Government i anxious tiir a restoration of friendly relation with I liia country, and that the despatches which have now gone forward will probably lead to a speedy renewal of diplomatic inter course. The condition of Mexico ia represented to be deplorable in the extreme. With exter nal quarrels m all hands, and internally, disenn tent, insubordination and alarm prevailing every where, the government is entirely pnwefless and inert, exposed to the'bitterest denunciations, and threatened daily to be overthrown. In Durnngn, end other northern -department, the encroachments of the Indian tribes are 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. — 15 November 1845

PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry loxthetmer. ion 60 45 25 6 113 14 8 2ft 10 A Rti, Coin, . Oats, Pome, FLAtattn, Bottii, Ho, Hkmwax, Tallow, Flat, 1TOB.THTJMBEP.LA1TE. A DIVIDEND of four prr cent. ha been this Jay declared out of the profi nf the Insttu Jion fssrth lal .' months, payah'o on demand to Ilia stodfcnoldeia or iVeir legal representative. J. R. PRIESTLEY. Not. 4.445 ISih. M Ca-hi.-r. OrpliauV Court Sale. fN pursuance of n order of . Orphans' Court of Northumberland sroun'y, will lie exposed to -public mle, on Tlumulay Ae IHih day nf D'comlM-r ii'H, at the lain residence of Abraham hV'herrncI, slec'd., to wit; A -certain Hurl of I .ml sIluMo in 1. ill in Mallounv towtiehip, Korihiimlerland eouti'V, dj. lining lands of Se'oiwon li.inkclberger, lacoi' linker anil I lie heira of Daniel Herb and nmun'atn 1 land, contnininit two hundred (yiil iiicty-'X acre find foily nine petche. on which aieerecel a two xiory log houe, a hank 4. rrn venty fiet 'tons lv thirty-six in w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 November 1845

JSa wit I kmM raot Live A I tuft. BY XCT. DR. JUHLtMlKRO. I would not lire always : I ask not to stay Where storm after storm rise dark o'er the way. The few lurid morning that dawn on in here, Are enough Jor life's woes, full enough for its cheer. I would not live always, thus fetter'd by sin, Temptation without, and corruption within ; K en the rapture of pardon is mingled with fears, And the cup of thanksgiving with penitent tears. I weuld not live always ; no welcome the tomb, Since .Testis has lain there, I dread not its eloom ; There sweet be my rest, till he bid me arise, To hail him in triumph descending the skies. Who, who would live always away from his God ; Away from yon heaven, that blissful abode, Where the t tvers of pleasure flow o'er the bright plains, And the noontide of glory eternally reigns : Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet. Their Saviour and brethren transported to greet : While the anthems of rapture unceasingly roll, And the smile of the Lord is ...

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. — 22 November 1845

TERMS OP TIIR AMERICAN." H. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. ; Prausrtsas asd I PanPRIBTOBS. B. Wf Editor, OJfiu in CmtnTAUeyTin the rear of H. B. Mat i ser's Store.) THE AMERIUAN" (."published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Act arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than ait months. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBTJKY, FA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. - liefer tot I . cc A. Rovouiit, Lowrn iV Biauo, SoMrm & NwonoBAsa, ' I'Mlatf, RitnoLn, McKsNLANn t Co. fc'pr.auio, 'jioon & Co., ALEXANDER L. 1IICKEY. TRUNK IVXAXCER. Xo, 1",0 C'liCNiiiit Street, . PHILADELPHIA. T7"HERC all kinds of leafier trunks valises and carpet of every style and pattern are manufactured, in !e best manner and from the best -material, and sold st the lowest rite....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 November 1845

VKUT 1.ATK FHOM MIC XI CO. ! Amicable Stale of Affair Negotiation between. Ih V. 8. Government ' and that of Mexico Pacification of , Tobaeai, Letters fend papers to the 25tli ult. have been received from the city of Mexico, aud to 29th from Vera Cruz by tbc arrival of tlte Creole at New Or If in. Thin is thirteen days later than the ad vices by steam frigate Mississippi. The Pi cayune leaas verbally that the general im pression nt Vera Cinz was, that all difficulties bet weeu tbe United Slates and Mexico were in this- way to be amicably .settled. It may be that Mexico may desire tlte ieierference ofi.ur government to help her out ofher difficulties wuh France, and perhaps with England ; stran ger things have occurred. La Vozdd t'urtlo (an opposition journal of the city of Mexico) furnished the inindiition'of the repiwi that negotiations were Jakely to be resumed between the United States and Mexico It states that in a secret session of 4 lie two Chambers of Congress, on the lith 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. — 22 November 1845

Tnost who ari Kumtniro nox Riittiv or intermitting Bilious Complaint, ihoulJ read the following, mil be guided thereby t Canst of Pain. Pain ia the consequence" of the riertiun of the organ or pari where it ia present to rtkiow off morbid or corrupt humors, for no pain em niat but from the prcience of thone mattera which aie of an unhealthy character. When we ti pain in the head, in the bowels, or in any part of the body, it only proves the pie pence of mat (j'e which the blood ia trying to remove, and it ia alms a ''t' wh'ch ia the occasion of pain. To be lideflmty re.''" 'he anguish in proportion as the mojrrtsf i.' r" ' Tf!,taret, and the aame may le aid of all lulli" ,,hil" ''. Not o wilh BranawtVa P."'! i,e ' "fe n " " isiance of the Wed in i''in 10 ""'-charg. bad tumof.oon(,twTlhe Dpfc ,h Principle. To re. Iiee pain in Ihia way doe ni. ' !e,v h,J fects. The Life Principle ia not reduced, nor are the teeth destroyed ; but all the organ.' cle'twed and their health injured, fXj P...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 November 1845

From the St. Louis Organ. A "Vrrjr Sad" Lamentation.' It is not that she bade me go, ', , And fai l I'd better stop my calling,' It is not that she answered "No,'V As loud ns could be short of bawling; It whs not that she slammed the door, And set her nasty lap-dog on me: Oh no : a greater, keener grief Weighs down my heart and preys npon me. I cannot bear to see her go And promenade with other fellows: I cannnt bear to see her walk On rainy days 'neath their umbrellas; To see such things a going on, Excites my virtuous indignation; It makes me swear as one might fay, In vulgar phrase, "like all creation." To see her seated on a chair, With half a dozen fops around her, : And hear that fool Auoistcs swear He "can't exist a day without her." 'Tis this which make my withered hopes Pall thick and fast like leaves in Autumn, And causes my poor heart to beat Like a young bear's when dogs have caught him. What if her father is a Squire, And I'm a friendless Printer's Devil? She needn't cu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 November 1845

J. -! I J TK11MS Or .Till! AIi:itlC 4. H. H. MA8SER, Pestis-aa ad JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. Pj.ormTT,i... . B. tXMSSKM, dltr Office in Ccntrf Alley, in the rear of If. D. Mat r' Store. THE AMERICAN" i published every Satin ly at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received Tor a less period thin it months. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to Insure attention, must be TOST PAID. E. B. XA3SEP, - ATTOKNKY AT LAW, SUJTBUHY, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thurplerland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Krfrr tot SUNBUffiY AMEJMCAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOUilNAL: Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle? Republics, from Which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jarransos. Suntniry, Koriftttnibeiiand c&. Ia. Saturday, Sow IS45t, Vol. 0--f. lO Whole No, 2TO. V. ct A. Kotouht, J.owm iV ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 November 1845

l.nn nu At IT WAS, ASO AS IT IS. "Promt work recently published under the above title, by the Rev. Henry A. Miles, we smilre the following extract, which may prove iiitorcwting td those connected with inatHifac lureg in this city. Philadelphia is soon destin efl toeMne tlte Maneheeter and Birmingham il the Union. tttoitsilca of l.o-rrrtl Taken In 1843. ropnlatinn 30,008 Jnploved iw and almut mills, r connec ted with mechanical employment Females, R..TJ0 Males, n.e't'i Vlm-ches, .''! Mills, 19 Houses; belonging to the Corporation, ' 'J-'f lanital stock invested, M3.0no.ntin Weekly make of cloth, L4.Vi.inn yds, Which is per annum, 7.',nMiim yiU. This is nearly enough to'belt the globe twice around. "-irly consumption of cotton, fil.inn hales. I'ii'tcd calico annually ma le. 1 l.00,0tli yiU. Comsi'MI'Iiom An.ni:ai.I.v. THE AMERICAN. Naturday, AVreniArr 29, !815. i; t. mw;, kv at ht lift tale and Coal tttKee, corner of lid and Chrmiut Street, Vliilattrljthta, airthttiizrd to art an j j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 November 1845

ft a n n tK n 'On Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. P, Shindel, TVr. IIknry C. Martin to Miss Harriet K.ikas, Isrrth of this place. I!y the same, on the same Jay, Mr. Joh G. Hrkiiit to Miss St; a as Saviorr, both of this place. At Philadelphia on the 1 7th inst., by the Rev. ly. Dorr, Mr. Ehesrzkr T, Tr.Rjim, of Ithaca, 3S Y., to Miss Amkik C. (JRKot tiii, of this place. On the 12th inst.. at the residence of the Hon. Simon Cameron, Middletown, by the Rev, Dr. DeWitt, Dr Johh S. Bobm, of Indianapolis, to Miss Catharine M. Ca.mekom, of the former place. l'lUCE CUKKENT. CatrttitA weekly by Henry Yoxlhctmer. Wbrat, .100 Kit, 63 Cork, ...... .so Oats, ...... 35 Pork, ... 5 Fiixsrsn, ... . Us Udttrh, - . . . It Eons, .... 8 Bxkswiv, ..... 25 Tallow, ... 10 Flat, ... . , 10 IIkcklrii Flax, . 10 Ilium. ArrLKs, - . 75 Do. Pkaciiks, . 150 "ool Inlonl Fire Company.' A STATED MEETINO of the Company wil! Im' held on Tues.l ey evening; next, at 7 o'clock, a the Court House. I'nnciiiiil attendance ia ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 November 1845

!M Hrgfnr NBfl Banker. "St(id out -ot my .," a id a rough voice under my window, one day 1 Mt musing1 over the Willing gcenei telow me, at my lodging. ' "'Your honor will pleata recollect," replied rhnrp tut somewhat indignant -voice "your honor will please to recollect that 1 urn a bejr pur, and hsve as much rijrhtto the road as your seif "Audi am a bsnlter," wet retorted still norrnTipTriy. Amuaedat thif ftranire dinlojrijo, 1 lrnnrd over the cusemcnt, nnJ beheld twociti s.er.s in a position which a pugilist would do nominee squared, their countenances somewhat mensem, nnd persona prcacntinj: a contrast at mice ludicrous and instructive. The one was a purse -proud, lordly mannered man, apporontly . silk, and protecting a carcase of nearly the fjirciimforeince of a liorshead ; the other Mcped flud dirty, but an equally impudent and sr-lf-itn-pnrtant personage ; and from a comparison of ttioir countenances it 'vould have puzzled the nv!t profound M. D. which of their rotundities '.v...

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