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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 July 1853

"... .. .. Svf-- : BUN BURY !& AMIR CAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 61 iTamflu ilctospapcr-Dctottl to Dolftfcs, attcmture, Xftorams, jFortfrjn ani Domestic iittus, Scfntce ana the sirts, siortculturc. maructs, amusements, arc -ji-f ST ii W Ti'WI WM I m M w0SJans au,, VOL. O. M. i . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TWuEDoiME!Ar ' Publish.! 'Very Snnjr.lny nl dvane. ii.. 8 p5r "'"""n 10 1 p' llf yenrlv In ?I,C no DAer di.fmit ...! n ... : paid. " "iiraiugwB uic o(Tri,lic,,'i0" or le,lel, " l""' relating to omce, to attention, muit kit l'OSST 1'AID. TO CLUBS. In,! ,ul-qeot insertion, ' i" 1re, 3 month., ' Six month. ' year, Crmls of Fiv line., per annum, Ntrrhanti and other., mlvorli.in; by the y"r, with the privilege nf inserting 'nt advertisements weekly. ty 1 jrgei Advertisement,, a. per agreement. i no 45 300 6IKJ 8110 300 1000 H. B. MAS SEP., ATTORNEY AT LAW, BCHBUBT, PA. Bushiest attended to in tlie Countiet of Nor thumberland, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 July 1853

CALIFORNIA NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ILLINOIS. Nearly tiOOO.OOO r Gold. , The War in China. Movement of the Forces. -The steamship- Illinois arived at New I oik, yesterday, with San Francisco paper, the maili to the 16ih ultimo, and 569 pas sengers. The Illinois has 1,35,7I4 in gold. The aecocnts from the mine, are generally very satisfactory. The duel between Gwin and MeCorkle, Senator and Representative in Congress, has ended harmlessly. Two more duels have been fought near San Francisco. One look place on ihe 1 1th, between Edward Toby, a clerk in the Assist ant Board of Alderman, and Dr. A. B. Crane: resulting in the latter being shot through the body. Tho weapons were smooth-bored duelling pistols ; the distance fifteen paces. Dr. Crane died on the 12th, at Ihe Oriental Hotel. The other was fought by Mr. Nugent. Ed itor of the Herald, and Alderman Hayes, with nfles, at twenty paces. At the second fire Nugent received his adversary's bull in the right arm, above the elbow. The ball p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 July 1853

1 i New Advertisements. SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Store Sew Goods 1 1 WILLIAM. A. KNOBli, n ESPECTFULLY informs his friend. and the public generally, that ha ha just received and opened a large and splendid stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, at hii Store in Lower Auguata towaship. His lock consist of every variety of T)vy Goods, viz: Cloths, Cassimers, Snttinetts, Vesting), Flan nets, Muslin, tft. A splendid atock of LADIES DRESS AND FANCY GOODS, Such as Silks, Berates, De Laincs, Mtrinots, L turns, Ginghams, Calicoen, tec. SOOTS AND SHOES, A fine assortment for Men, Women & Children. A large assortment of GKOCEK1ES, SUCH AS Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Spices, &.c. Hardware and Queensware. Fish, Salt anil Liquors. fl'CH A9 Gin, Brandy, Bum and AViiiskry, Besides the Urgent and most general assort incut of all kind of Goods to be had in the country. All the above mentioned goods will be sold st such reduced prices as they can not be got for elsewhere. Country p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 July 1853

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. TflE IVZZLEa'3 CORNER. fLce" tMT W"u FlneU Light To th Sonbaiy American. MISCFLLAMCOLS CMIOMA. Jam tompesti of SO Uittrt My I 1 3 V grown In out oountry. (tfiUITIliiinulilmd. Kr ! !! ? 1 U " "wn In Puint Ivsiiis. My 4 11 1 1 5 is s f.n..n. town. Mr 5 14 1 14 is tiver in tht sustetii states. My 9 tun an. My T S 4 10 it name of male. My 1 1 14 3 n a cat ilal of rm of Baibary atalca. My 1 11 4 14 4 9 f ia a tribe of Imtiai.da. K" If I? S ? 4 111 3 " whrt -'""a e tarn. My u u I ia a e niiinciion. My IS 14 R 19 II lllieaaate My 13 3 8 ia a river in the U B. My 14 S 4 11 17 ia a diviaion nf Kon.pe My 15 19 is In county In Penieylvania My 10 It M 13 3 14 , , ,.,, , frhu, JJT 18 19 S1 ia n town in rnni Ivania Jlr I? ?.U 14 8 80 3 lh touthmi states. M y ii m v u e la triha ol Indians. My wh le ia of great iuterest lo tliu I'niteJ. Slates. Answer next week. 8ubury, July 16, 1653. N. 6. E. P o c t r ij . (From the Boston P.wt.) MariieJ, on the 10th till.,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 July 1853

AMER UNBURY 110 g ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "gl".iramntf "uttospaprr-Dctfoirt to Jjolftfcs, artrrnturr, ilTomlfty, jFortfflit anH Domestic ilctos, Scfcnce ana the Slvts, gtarfculturr, illitrttrts, amusements, tct SfilUM UL. O, AO. IS. SUMJUHV, NOItTIIlLMIlHRLAMJ COUNTY. PA., E AT U 11 DAY, JULY 2:?. i S.".8 OT.t) RKIMKS VOL. 1 , NO. 41, IT jTi A mi , TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. AMERICAN I. publisher! every Saturday el VU LXJl.l.AKS) per milium to be paid half yearly in dvance. No paper discontinued until all arrearage! are aM. All communications or letters on bnalnewretatinf to le office, to iniure attention, mini be POST PAID. ' TO CLUBS, "are. ooelee to one addrees, 6 P even ' I). "Do ifteeo Da Po (K) Pin dollars In advance will pay tax three year'i sub fiptiua) to the American. tie Sminie of 10 Unci, 3 times, etrr eutieequent inaertiun, u Square, 3 mouths, n mimtha, ne year, uaineea Cards of Five lines, per annum, arduous a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 July 1853

THE I PVHTAI. IMLAt E. OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION. HI ! Ik Proliant ! the tailed States. Th New Yoik papers ara filled whh de tails of the sayings, doings, incidents and ceremonies stimulant upon the opening of Ihe World'a Fair in ihe Crystal Palace. We eondensa the following account of the cere monies The Carmi. Pai.aci: in opmed! TIip great event on which so tnnny hopes and xpeelaliona and anxieties were clustered, in at last completed. The preat Templo of National Tiuluetiy has unclosed its poilala and displayed its treasures to the multitude. No event, for a long lime, has c rented so general and so profound an interest in the public mind, as yesterday's ceremonial.' . Al an tarly hour, the Palace was bcseiRed by applicants for admission. Stern officials guarded the entrance, nd informed all w ho came, that until 10 o'clock none but exhibi- tors would be admitted. At 10, however, the jealous gates unclosed, and red, and yellow, and while, and bine invitations pour ed in at the di...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 July 1853

S U NB0TI Y AMKltlC AN AND SIlAMOKlN JOURNAL. . LATEST 'NEW FROM LONDON. Reported Entry of Russian Troops tnlo Tur- Jy y :, . , . . Nsw York, July 17. A foreign letter i Tecelred this morning which hd been ties, patched pet the Arabia from LiTerpool, by the correspondent of theassorinted Pre, but ho reception of which has been delayed by being aent to Rnsion. ' II ia dated Liverpool, July 2d, and state that just ns tho Arabia was about leaving Tier berth a despatch was received from London, slating that twelvo thousand Rus sian troops had entcted tho tow n of Jessy, itualod on the bank of iho river Prulh, and Vilhin the boundary of Tmkey. The intelligence is most important, if true, As it is an agcrrssion on the part oftlussia, sufTieient to causa immediate hostilities. The next steamer from Europe will be anxiously looked for to ascertain the trulh. The steamship Franklin, from Havre, may be expected here to morrow, wi'h dales to the Clh t list LATEtl nioM MF.XK'O. The Mesilla Ques...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 July 1853

MP SUN B U It Y A M K HI CAN AND SHAMOICIN JOURNAL KS5H THE lUZZLER'S CORNER. Aajswm T.I !.? RBI EHMH4. Tas Wotld's T ltw Yor. r lbs Sunbury American, rUZZLK. N E V V R E P S u R E R A E O T II T 0 F " 1 . F C E L Y L U An answer is requested. Sunbury, July S3, 1853. O N I W O rr IWsccilaucotic, iiiattc i Singular Coincidenck. A correspondent of the Placer Herald is responsible for iho following : "A marriage took place oti the night of the 15th ult., At the Nevada Hotel a lady, no, unknown to the California public, to a gen tleman from Kentucky, now a citizen of this State, he being the fifth upon whom she hail conferred IIymer.ini honors, and tho third whose head are yet above the rod. By n strange concatenation of cixumstanco, her two last husbands, between whom and her self all marital duties had ceased to exist b) the operation of the divorce law, had put up al the Nevada House on the same evening, ignorant of the fact that their former earv sposa had rested under the same roof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 July 1853

Wa RLC AN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CT .ffnmmj irUispnprr-DcuotfH to Jjoltttca, attrrntttre, Jlioialftij, iforclflit ana Domcstfc Wins, ScUnce an& the girts, aflrfcuUure, itsarftrts, amusements, c SUM1UKY. NOItTIIU.MnP.R1.ANn COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, JULY aO. I R.13 Suit IKS VOL. O, MO. li. OLD SERIES VOL. 13. NO. 15. , l :. ' STJNBURt-.-i AME 51 TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. -SELECT POETllY. THE AMERICAN I. published every Saturday pi Wu DOLLARS per annum to be paid Imlf enrly in vance. No paper Uiicoiiliiiued um il am arrearages re .id. All communication, or letter, on business rclnting to office, to insure attention, mail be l'OST 1 A1U. TO CLUBS. ire. copies to one address, ?n!J! ven f l) Do fleei, Do Do , five dollara in advance will py for three year aon iption to the American. 10 Sounic of IV lines, 3 limei, ely subsequent insertion, le Squttre, 3 montlis, K Ill'lnlllS, le veur, isin'ess Cards of Five lines, per annum, er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 July 1853

X THI CATASTROPHE AT THE FALL. The Buffalo Adferliser has ery thrilling Aoponnt of the recent accident At Niagara Falls, bv which three persons were awept orer and drowned. The aroident occurred in the eteninp. Two men went oer .n.tanr Ir, but Arery, the third perlon, hung on lo a rock till the next ereuimr, a crow d of spee- , talon witnessing his effort In escape hit doom, nd doing .11 that could be de fised to rare hhn . Our informant lells us that lire man wa in a part of the rapid where the rocka rise nearly lo the surface of Ilia water. A log of wood, apparently wedged tightly between the rock, and crowed by another, Hill high er out of the water was hia testing-place.--Here he remained, half clinging to, and half perching upon the log, from which he would occasionally flip down and walk a little on fhe rocka which were only a short disianee eiuler the water. A few feel in ndTanoe was a ainall fall of about four or five feet, and here and on each side of him, the wa ter rushed...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 July 1853

T f i&rujENMtoF RAiLnoAnn rron the VALUE OF rROPKHTY. We copy from the Cleveland Herald the following, In re.r! lo the influence of rail roadi in increasing the value of property : It in Mloninhing the chance that railroads hate made in our city. There are loin in Cleveland valued by the Assessor in 1846. tor less than 8100, (and it wus Ihoupht thnt they were valued loo high,) that can not now be bought for $1,000. There are two or three ten acre lota in the vicinity. of the Depot of the machine shops of the Cleveland and Pittsburg rnilroml that were offered at some $5,000 within the last cix years that can not now be bout-lit for lew than $1,000 per acre. Since Alfred Kelley took out the first whnelbnrrowful of earth from the track of the Cleveland and Columbus railroad in 1M7, the value of the real eslate has been ilnnMeil, and I am decidedly of the opinion that if the entire real properly of the not city wn to be sold at public auction, it would eell for more than treble the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 July 1853

THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Kat to fcAUT mi Pckii.i Yoo will observe the nine dinmnn It take the. eentre letter of the top diamond, then the upper, left, right ami bottom letter. This rule to I observed ilironahout. Reed from left to right. For the Banbury American. OtCOOHAPHICAt. ENIGMA. Jaw composed of 23 letters Mr t 99 S T S3 It an latawt in the Arctic Ocean. My 1 13 40 IS m a town in New York. My 3 II II w It an Island in the Atlantic Ocean. Me 4 9 a;i it iiHlt.peotthle t'i man. My s 14 7 13 is a inmily Orfmn. My 8 yfl IB 3 it a rivet ill Austria. My 7 S3 73 ia a river in Centtal Europe. My 8 24 1.1 14 it a town in Canada. My 9 9 n P it n take in the II. S. My in m 7 1 1 ia a enpe In Bmeil Mv II 17 10 21 it a Hulf in Alia My n 7 91 9 it a rufductl n of South Carolina. My 13 ih 1 it a numeral. My l sin ii munlHkein Ihe U.S. My 15 aa 1 11 it a cape in Africa. My 1(1 3 in it a town in Eur ire. My 17 4,1 It one nf the Rritlih Isles. My 18 6 SO 15 it a town in Pennsvlrania MX 10 7 5 14 9 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 August 1853

! ...vi.,.) MiJUIllJL LilX.VWSf A 0. , -n A ,rr . t'W s TI. :B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PllOPlUETOR. V ;; OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. . t tti. M i ... ji - : ...2 -r a Sl .jr.imdi ilciuTpct-Df)OUD to iJoKKrs, ?iftrrfitrr, .flTorninj?', if ottfrjn null Domestic -fieVus, Stfcnc? ana the Sttts, aarlcultttrr, iWarfeets, amusements, tct 'OL'..C. . .,. O. All. c;0. SUMH'HY. NOU TIIUMIir.HI.AM) COUNTY. VA.i SATLIIDAY, AUGUST C, I8.3 OLT) SE1I1KS VOL. 13, NO. 40. . TERilS OF THE AMERICAN. t7J ,:V.KRICA la pulilisn.il everv rVmmtiiy nl mil UUI.I.A . ,.,t U111111111 hi he piml hull' viMrly in pil',?"0' ,l';"",'"uel, u,,,il ALL urriii'ivgM ur. All t-ouiinniiiitili nil er le'lrra on linninnw rcliiting In lie otitis, tu miure nttniiiou, mini he I'ObT I'AID. . - TU CbbliS. Three copies to n duress, . . as 00 veil D I)o wuu U ' Uo 4UIMI Five d.il.ar. in nOi-nnc. will inly fur Hires ywu's sub scription to u,. American., , i Soumo if IU linn, 1 limn, K.f'' tyilncijuujit insertion, nj...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 August 1853

HOI KINO tllRDER IN MISSOl ftl-THE MVRDKRER BURNED AT THE SVTAKB. The negro man, ttys the Bnonvillej Obser ver, belonging to H. Frnot of Heath' Creek, Petti county, Missouri, Mho murdered the wife of John Rain, living in the tame neighborhood, wis burned at the tak, in tor near Georgetown, on tha 13th ult. The toireumetaneea attending (hit murder, ao far te we can learn, were a follow: The negro man, aged nineteen or twenty, visited Mr, Rain' houe on Sunday morning, the 9d of July, while Rain waa absent at meeting, for the diabolical purpose accord ing to hit confession -of committing a rape upon the peraon of Mr. Rain. The conse quence was that thi lady, within a few week of confinement, wa brutally mur dered with a, club ; the negro attempted to kill her oldest boy, and fancied he had killed him, fearing, a he eaid, that he would tell n him and two younger children were adly bruised and thrown in a fence corner, because, a the negro said, they annoyed him "by crying about their mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 August 1853

r t SUNBUltYVMElilGAN AiND SHAMOKliN JOUHINAL. miimcatton. tat th Sunbory American. Ma, KdITOb. Xl f k. i . , ,. " , nun in pleasure or noiicina in Wo column of your valuable paper in -m of Wm. M. lUcirL, . . ..of .Northumberland countr. Ka hiuhlt do ' '"em thn character of my young lrinai Mr. Rockefeller, that I derm it my duiy , to make known to lha volera of our o"'"j -what manner of man he is." A a lawyer he occupies an honorable mi' "ion at our bar. His industry, energy, ami "enlion to business hai won for him a growing practice, and the confidence of the ui poNlioian. hp is, and always hit bren, Jeffomonian, Jacksuninii Democrat." and nd has done as much, if not more than anv young man in onr county, for Ihe cause of "emooracy. Mis act are before the people ; fcealous supporter of our present slate ex cuiive, during ihe campaign of I MO, boldly "'Wiling the principles of the democratic Pl'Ti '.ii Schuylkill county, the presiding Officer of Ihe ' Fierce and Kin Club" of '(....i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 August 1853

, i ,i. n i-'i i n-irm-t in r.TTH r- 1 -yi fl 1" " 1' '"' ITir","V J.- SVWBrr-en' , h , , J"? -""vr'T"'-"-"' -1 ' --- - - ' 'r ' ."; '-, - . " : t , i ; r i i 1 1 'it- J ' - T H N B . TUSH JPUZiLEU'S CORlfK. Th, 'a of I'kCtU Cn",r,c,lT kT K' R. !., of E(ytira;..j . r . ,' ,'. ' ' the Ainericart. ro Utilr Amrlon. pi.'xzlb. ' ' " S Y C U; R M N R t A R B S A R 5 H E I 0 A n u L s E O Elyjbnrg, August 6, 1853. E. R. & J S. rilEAP MODE OF FILTERINn WATF.Il. At affioieni a filter a ran possibly be con Mrocted, may bo mado in a few minulea by any person, and at the cost of a very few penca. Procure a clean flowerpot of the common kind, close the opening in the bnt torn by a piece of sponjje, thpn place in ihe inside a layer of small atones, previously well cleansed bv washing J this layer may be about two inches deep, the upper stones Wing very small ; next procure eome freshly burnt charcoal, which has not been kept in a damp foul place, at it rapidly absorbs any strong smell, and so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 August 1853

E'RICAN NBURY H. B. MASSEll, EDITOR AND PllOPMETOK. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sl ifamfiy iinuspnpcv-Dcbotrti to JjoUtfcs, arternturc, XWoraUnj, jFortliin antt Domestic Sims, Science ana the as, glfltfculture, Haruets, amusements, set AM iM1aaaaaMagmJfrfcfc:-: jT--.-- :.: M TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TWO DOLi AX ' PuM-hrd very Saturday at pJfc- o papar iluooutuiueU until all arrearage, are u offiea, to miur. attention, muu be I'OST 1'AlD. ' TO CLUES. Fifteen - . , Do 1" u,inAmds.wi" w for ,i,r" ?:;'"u,,i,of " ", a tim.., tv) H'lxequenl iunertiun. ln Squva, 3 moiitha, ' Bi month, On rear, Du.ine Ca.d. of Fiv. line., per annum, Motenant. and other., advertieiiis; hy the year, with the brivilege of inciting nnerent advcrti.ement. weekly. ty larger Adveru.ement., at per agreement. tioo as sou 6H) 800 aoo 1000 H. B. UtASSER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, suNBuair, pa. Business attended to in the Countica of Nor tliumlieiland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Uefer to i P. A A. Rovoutlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 August 1853

f - SUNBUllY AME1UC AN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL foreign News. ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. LATKR FIVOM Fi noPC Burning of a New York Ship Turkish Af fair Peaceable, but Unsettled News from China The Emptre Divided. . Ntw York," Aug. 7 -Tha Collins Steam thip Baltic, with Liverpool dales lo the 27th oil., arrived at 1 o'clock this afternoon. ' The ship J. 0., fiom New Yoik for Liver pool, was burned at sea on the 7ih July. The fire originated from spontaneous com bustion. All hands were saved. TURKEY. -The Turkish difficulty is considered as settled, although the Czar's acceptance the proposal has not boen announced. His for mal acceptance was daily expected. It was rumored at Constantinople, that the United Slates were negotiating for the pur chase of the port of Marmorizz.i. The Russian force continued quiescent in the Danubian principalities. The Costa affair remained unchanged. The U. S. ship St. Louis was still at Smyrna, where two Austrian tiigales had arrived. ENGLAND. The crops through...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 August 1853

SUNlitf JtY AMEiUGAN AND SHAMOK1JN JOURNAL. New Advertisement. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. N pursuance of a resolution of Iho last Demo. cralio Convention, the democratic doctors of this county are respectfully requested tn meet at ho uiual time and place of holding their primary lection, on Saturday, the 27tli day of August nctt, to vote for ono person to bo nominated for Assembly, ono person tor Commissioner, one person for Prosecuting Attorney, one person for County Treasurer and one person for County Auditor, am the judges of tho election in the tliil'orent boroughs and townships are requested to meet at the court houso, in Sunbury, on Monday, th 89th day of August, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to count the votes cast for tho different candidates for the above named offices and to declare the candidate having the highest number of votes, tho nominee to bo supported hy the party at tho next election, and at the sumo time and place, elect two persons to represent this county in tho 4lh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 August 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAI. THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Km to ia.t ws.si PvtM -Rrmi th. four long tiMt by eornraencln, with H ePHr Ik. W ". B -"T ond lin. from bottom, N Kfma un. irom wT " irnnlin.-rollowtei.iol.. Th. abort line irt red in the am. manuM. f - p o c t r tj . VOltKO CRIMES. Old Grime deed, good olJ man, . VVe ne'er ehall aee him more ; But he haa left a ton, who bears The name that old Crimea bore. He weara a coal of lateat out, Hit hat if new and gay; He cannot bear to view distress, 5o tornei from it away. Hia pant are gaiter, fitting inug O'er patent-leather thoea; Hi hair i by a barber curled : He amoke cigaia, and chew. A chain of maaive gold ia borne Above hia flashy vea". ; Hia clothe are belter every day, Than were old Games' Deal. Ia Fashion' court he constant walks, Where he delight doth shed ; Hi hand are white and very aoft, But softer is his head. He's six feet tall, no past more straight, Hi teeth are pearly white; In habits he is sometime loose, And...

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