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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 August 1853

UNBURY ERIC 1U 'H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. AM A M 1 K. 1 I T' "as MMV aaitlKS VOL. 6, NO. ' ' , . . . . , iiiii.il, ADUUUl U, Wlill nriill'.S t OIj. if, flll. IB. tT-ti n m w . . sBsaaBBBBaBB sai ssasiBiRiBBMBBBHaBBBBBBBBBasBsiBBBBjiBBBaBBf jwu.a litis AMERICAN. TWoEoiMiEJSA: " Publi""' every Saturday nl -V uwi;lAK8 per annum to he paid half venrly in auranca, No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid All eOmmnnimtintia nr mltmrm t i i i . tka office, to inaure attention, muat be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Tarte eopiee to one address, s 00 ve Da Do . louo Fivellara in advance will pay for three yeni's auu eription to the Am mean. One Snunie of to lin4, 3 ti-.ies, Even- sulisequei.t insertion, ne Square, 3 niontha, Six mouths, One year, Huiiiieaa Carda of Five lines, per annum, Merchants and others, advertising liy the year, with the privilege of inserting different advertisements weekly. WMjirgei Advertisements, as per a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 August 1853

SUNBUHY AMEIUGAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ARRIVAL OF THE HUMBOLDT. LATEIl IHOM EIROTE. The Rnstn-Turkish Question still Unsettled Apprehensions nf Further Difficulties Moldavia Declared Indcdendtut of the Porte. New Yor.K, August 15. The steamship Humboldt, from Havre, tin Southampton, with Liveipool dales lo tin? 3d inst , atrived here this afternoon, nt S o'clock, biinging 86 panst-ncri. T!ia ltui.i-Tmkliili Question. It was feared lliul the Emperor of Russia would decline lo withdiAw hi force from the D.inubian Principalities', ns stipulated in the propositions of the three Powers, ntul the English nnd Fiench fleets would, in thai case, be ordered to pass lliu Dardanelles, and thus tho peaceful setllcment of the difficulty be greatly retarded. Tho Egyptian fleet, with 12,000 men, ar med at Constantinople on the 19ih. Admiral Dundas of the English fleet, with alt hit captains, bad been on a visit of recon. nuissauce to the Tuikish foilresses. . There was a rumor prevalent at Vienna o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 August 1853

TCRaiOLK ACCIDENT AT WE,T TROY. it VhIPwb,f ",ami,y "ccnrrea this morning, SL n,,uTr0jrf0nm,rJr-Me""- Cho!l.r pa&Donhnm proprieKm-shnate on the a. of Ihe canal i lhat portion of West " known as Port Schuyler, near the bri,lSe W the canal on ihe Troy ad Albany road. Thrr beinj tome difficulty with the bio r, the engine was atnpped to remB.lv it. and he eng.neer, Henry Paul, and his. brother "mumtii, a machinist, were enjjnged in thhwork, some 15 feel in the rear of the boiler, ami some 12 feet above grcund, when Ihe large flue of the boiler collapsed, tearing terything before it at each end-cast and vet-forcing the two brolhfra Paul from neir position on the platform above, and carrying one of ihem some 30 leel into a vat while the other one, D.ivid, was thrown some 15 feet atainst a ladle of liquid hot iron. Theso men were awfully scalded hud can not recover. Tney were both in a dying condition when we left the place at 12 o' clock. The engine was broken to pieces, and eve rythi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 August 1853

SUNBUitY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. TilE TVZZIXH'3 COiMEK. Tor th Banbury American. MISCFLI.ANEOIS ESMMA. . Ittm tompoied of 14 lettert. sly 1 14 8 T a it a emmty in Penntylvani. Mr S I 4 3 8 0 ( river in N. Amend. My 3 7 6 it handy article. , , , My 4 14 ii town in h stnilhien part of N. America. My It 4 i noble Ire. M y 8 7 it member of th body. My 7 8 ( it numeral. M y 9 1 1 it the nirfilcst of fJod't work. Mr 6 I 14 it for the comfort of men. Mt III 7 11 4 it plenty i Pennsylvania. My II 4 l whulctome drink. My 14 4 I i t mure of mmjnuilna in Oceanic, My IS 4 S 9 14 it t kike lit Kuropa. II. 14 I 6 wiH toon be tip. hotel, My whole hut ranted mrs coolneat betwcm i Hi e United tales and Grunt Brtlain, limn did the war of lHia. Answer nt week. JSmbury, Aug., 153. " A STRING OF IT J MS WIGHT ASD DAY. Married, at St. MariinViii-ihe FieUln, Loudon, Valenlit.e Knight, Esq., of Buntinck Terrace, Berfenl'a rarkj to Mis Julia Day, known in literary circles, and" lo all leader of fashi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 August 1853

UN BURY AMERICAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. e.1 oiuuiM Vol. O. Si). Uit TERifiS OJ? THE AMERICAN. TIIR AMERICAN I. published every Saturday TWO UOI.I.AUS per nnnum to be paid half yearly in advance. Nu paper discontinued until all arrearage, art rwiil. An enminunicntiiii. or letter, on Imrinna relating tn the wince, to miura attention, tnn.t be I'UbT PAID. TO C1.UB9. Three ci-piea to nne address, S 00 evoii D Do (UUO Fiiieea Ui Do SO 00 r-'ive dslare in advnnee will pay for thiee year'a eul senp lm to the American. no iunte of IS line., 3 liinea, Kveiy aulieeiiuent insertion, On. Siaure, X months, 4ix lninl)is, tne year. Hu.iiiesa Card, of rive lino., per annum. . Meiciintit. and otliere, ndvet.'t.inff by the yenr, with the privilege (if inserting ilifterent ndverttaemeni. weekly. ir" iMreer Advertisement., a. per agreement. tl 0 S 3(KI SOU 8(10 300 1000 i TO li N E Y AT LAW. SIN BURT, PA. i) iisinesa attended to tit the Cou...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 August 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. "THE AIZEP.ICAIT. Correspondence of the Pufclie Lcdfar. WW EII4 0F IIIR MIDDLE iKTlin ACIT REI IVN. ' Shamokin, August 19, 153. Yesterday and lo day n the beginning of imw in in the hitory of the Middla Anthraoil Col Region of Pennsylvania. U'iihin ine two day, tbe lo-g deferred hope of tha citizen of this region na been partial ly leaiized-'-at all event, thing are au veing a more tangible shape. They witnes sed vlerdy the launching of the steamboat nl Siinbnry j to-day Ihe first trial trip of the locomotive on the Philadelphia and Suubuiy Railroad. Both w ere eveui of big imrxr. nee to rh region. The ahrill whistle ol the loeomntive, drawing rara to market, freighted with al, ')!l row enliven our hi!,'nd vslteyt, while the pulling boat will five more life and animation to the splendid hMin of water between Northumberland and hs) Sbamofcin dam. and be a novelty and new feature in the navigation of the upper FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT: SUNB...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 August 1853

7 , AQaiCULTUKAL FAIR. 1.3(hr.E'!!!U'.,,M.C,:m,"i,,'' No-lhun.bnr. hHol VVn. S.r.H.r, ( N..,, uifl i the fii Thin, tiuuitnrlui it. July 14, h.ii j,u,s Hmj H H 1 1 hi (if hrun.i. . . E Hip t',eM,),.t iti the Chair. "rii" ii in iur inn Kuir ti..v.n,....i.. .... . . " .... .u, ,.,, iemiineii were appaimr.l CominniM U Arrant,,,,,,,,, 0 pre,,r- ih iit'i-ett ot in ni..lUriuL;.. . ' J K (?'""" ChHiimn John R E, k, "". b. W.Chpi.Wm H K.ymi.P, Smne l. Bn.wn, Rt,t. M Fri. k nml Tho.. Si.ino. LIST OF PREMIUMS. ' . HORSES. Bi'nt Stallion, over 4 )eai. ol.l, Seeninl , j,, ' Bi SuIIkmi under 4 tears old, Seoiiml do ',( Bsi mare, jih cnli in her side, Nviiiui ,0 j0 Best Saddle Horse, CATTLE. Durham or Short Horni. Best Bull orpr 2 jearooM, ShcuihI do ,0 Best Bull under 2 year old, Second do Jo B.nt Cow, ShoiiiiI do, Bt-Ki Hr-iffr, S.-Poiul do. $5 no 3 oo 4 oo 2 oo 6 oo 3 Oil 4 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 2 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 The Mine premium will bp awarded l DfV(.n.. Hereforda, Aldemeyn, and A.eshnes. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 August 1853

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. For ths taubuty American. Anvil t Lit warns Ekiom. tJiiele Tom's Cabin. " A STRING OF IT1 MS- Onc Mother in worth a thousand friends. Thr typhus fever U prevalent 11111 fatal in Trumbull county, Ohio. I'noMitsof marringo is like precious China, in no hat so much to pay for in breakage. A rowdy put a man's eye out ittt an ".ra trella, in Boston, 01, Satuiduy last. It i now sswrted that Mr. Dl wit! not be appointed Minister to France. hotel, Gold beatiuf quart his been discovered in Blair county, Pa. It has been proposed in erect n monument in New York in honor of John C. Calhoun. There rue now 5,134 inmnlee in the pri una an J Hospitals uf New York city. The society of ladi-.-s ia a school for po litenes. Very few people are truly wis, but a great many, nn immense majority are othtru-ist. John B. Gnuch i lecttlrinit on temperance at Exeter Hall and the Wiiittingion Club, in London. , Memphis, Teim., ha given n large majori...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 September 1853

UN BURY H. 15. MASSEn, KD1T011 AND PltOPKIETOH. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. rimffi jfictowaorr-Ortotrt to JJolftfrs, nrtrrnturr. iHovnlftij, jforttflit ann Domestic lictos, Srttnce an the flits, agriculture, ittnrfects, amusements, e Ol,. U. aw. 4 SUMILK.. NO: I IIUMIU-.IM.AMi roUVI'Y. l'A.. SATUKDAY. SEPTEMBER IS.53. 01.11 SF.IIIKS VOL J.t. NO. SO. AMERICAN..: TERjtiS Oif i'rfiS AjUEAIOAis. X'" AMKHICAX I. piililisnnl every tntuilay m TVi HUM, AitS per milium to lie puiil IimIi' yearly ii advance. iN ptiiiei ilisisuiiinued until all arrearuRt. art paid. am eninmuitictitinns m letter, on liintiiirM relating tn the office, tu m.ure attention, must Im 1'OS'r l'A ID. TO CI.UU9. three enpiea to one addren, 500 Seven i) Do lutK) Fifteen 1.i Do tti(K) t-'ive d dlara in advance will pay fur lliree yeni' auu np;io to Hie Americuii. ne rViuare of IS line., 3 timet, VI 00 Kveiy aulneiiueiit imertiiin, 65 One Square, 3 month., 30(1 9i minitlia, sou One year, 800 Ru.ineaa C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 September 1853

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AM) SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Hail Uoafc illattcr. PIIIL4ILLI11M AXO ISBURV ItilLItOAD Having published synopsis of the pro cprjin;! ul tha opening ceremoniet of Ihe mil.oad, we avail ourselvet ol the report from the city papers for the following ex tracts of the speeches mad on the occa ion. Hon. F. VV. Hoghei having tha floor, spit on the in'purtance of rail road But, taid Mr. L, he would re mnrc cntr-t-tabling by referring brielly " fHW ,",,'f", fuels. VVhr-n hf !e'1 h"nie yesterday it:orn. ins, n u'i'ia tiiwtf time ln "'"' ,nt ' rewp:ipir, he p.. ill. PMtal'IpMa Mgtr into hi" I'.i-kfi. vn-h ii !' i" UMilinii it mi brs a-utsl here. Wn"i I m Vmi: '-ver il lu !!Hl1iim wm attested l "'I ai'n le headed 'A'ii L'iiMin liailmr.ds " lie pmposed ifitiM'-ii rt lor li e pi ipnse "f rishit! il n ' ' bir ant further rt nuol.s lie bud !o n.nke. Tin . iii !e is as folio s : ' MicurfTAjf Raiiroads Al pioM-tit there ate but io railroads completed, running tbsm-ch ibe Stale of Michigan. T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 September 1853

L-!JLiliLlVJV I .y-,,, ; v , -. ICI' JISUXIXG .CO 1h saiid i p.,t.t wliiMMf Veeinifiiir. t'.r. r, 0 CU.roil. Calomel, aie ... ,,ul Willi,, Ihy apprnr lu tie,,, -1,1 llli itiiei,i. n,ey Hl Hltlll, , j( ,h(. ,,,. Mm !, . Heri. .leases, .,,,1, rt.v. ij., low ol muht, ukn.-wol ,, Kv. In -n ollit-r i-,,,1M, Mill ,e found the ndvir tlReili.l.lUl IWllswrk' Mh,,.,., lo whird Hk lh aileiUtiMi il all dirr-eily mleierleil 1" ,l"r " n well an their Chil.l.rti'H hnalih. in Liv;tr Conoplninl iiikI all disorder arisiuu Ironi lln.se of a billons type, ,,u( make J uf the only genuine medicine, Uobuii. Buck' Liver Pill. V" 'x!e not dcceit:cl" "! ack fr Hubert Mc k Worm Srup uml Liver Pill., and ob "erve l!.t each hri 1 1 sitrititiurd of I he 'oprirtor, J. N. IIOBENSACK, as none e 'lie utftiuiim. M A n It I E I. Ai It oiirnsluiro, Col co., mi Tuesdiiy morn I lie 23,1 oil . t,v K-v. J. l.l,lerovv. K,-. Wm Wkaveii, I,i Su.,an C. dill-tlnei ol 1 tlJifl .8 Painter, Esq. In .vltltnn, on Thursday nmriiine, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 September 1853

, SUNBUltY AMKlUGAiN AiM) SHAMOK1N JOURNAL IT tvlwv MS IRRY PECTORAL: Par Car af COVOHS, OOX.DS, ana turwnss. bhoii nnTTTd ORODP. AS Til. ZtXA, w ttuurim vv u . AVD CONSUMPTION. TO rt'HK A COI Jl, WITH HtSDSCK M aoB r the b-xly tuke the Imni PicToasi. u going ml" mi) i wrap up warm, u iwal during the nigU. Ko a Goto !d CntruH, lukeil morning, wonanr. ee ni u. n. o un lit to diieet. n,a n Hit ! itlr, aid the ilirnvni. ly will ti i rem -vol None will long aiifl.-r frm tint u le when ihfi fiii'l II can be so readily cured, re" " siHicied w ith fwntcil c .ugh, wliich brent them nl men rest it aieht, wil find, hv taking the Cher.y Pectoral " K -tins I - bed, their miv lie sure "I snuist, nnbiitke steer Lid 0 nseattellllyWrcshmit res. Great lehel frnrosullel in, mi uliuaute cure, n nrf idiil t thousands won an tbiinlflicitd. hy thin invt.li.ahle remedy. . ftim III agreeable sneers in Ihese eases, many n"r thcmselvca unwilling lo forego in uso when the ueccssd; fof U "iiit eenaed. rora two...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 September 1853

NB RY ERICAN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a iFamfly iicvuspiptr-Dcjotc5 to 3JolfUcs, fcftcrnturc, XUoraKty, ifonfflii ana Domestic iletus, Science ana the arts, floriculture, jtlarhtts, amusements, rc st:jIKS VOL. c. NO. s.-s. SUNHUIIY, NORTIIUMnKRLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IO. I8S.1. OLD SI'.KIES VOL. 13. NO, St AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. wuAJrl,lA poWwlMut every Saturday at i . . ""LLAIIS per annum to be paid holf )enrly in ilv.une. No imiuu .li... : i n ... ' I "Ml Wllltl .bfa BIIOUHI. ! a.i nminanipniUii, or leltera on Inininesa relating to TO CLUBS. nrce cpica to out address, t! 00 Tv'n 1" Do IU00 iiieeii ) Do SO IK) . "'oars in ailvancs will nay for three year't aub trip i phi to the American. no rVimte of 10 llnea, 3 timet, .verv auliacquent insertion, 'ne 9(uaro, 3 iiwiiilia, IX in.intlif, ne yenr. lo.iiwfa Cat da of Five lines, per annum, luirhxntB and olliera, advertising by I lie year, willi tlie privileg...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 September 1853

o x c i q n N cwo, Ai?K!VAi. OK HIE A T I j A N T I 0 . i. v rtit r n n uorr.. ENGLAND. I'.nliarrient wan prorouneil on 'h 20'h -The Queen' Speech was con-jrululaloi y. li make no mention nf thu Unitod States Nte m there is goo J reason lo hope thai .1.1 lii'i,i'i.ib!o rtiiiii'i!icnl of thu Eastern ;;u ! iici will be speedily accomplished. l.mil rulmerstnn slated in thu House of Common tlmt lie was confident the Czar w.Vihl evacuate llio Principalities without i'.' nniiticessaiy delay, T'iu EisIimii (;uetioti otherwise presents ;' i in u new. It appears' to be no further from mir no nearer to an adjustment, TIip London Times mercilessly ridicule the Stirling fishery claims. TURKEY. The Divan recommends the Sultan to ac cepts the term recently proposed. AUSTRIA. . The rumored intention of Austria to occu py Bos'-ma is denied An A list rititi protest against the Smyrna nf. fair has been published and sent to all foreign ministers. It takes the ground that Captain Iiifrraliam has broke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 September 1853

SUNBlJltY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. m Ann 1 e d. b.??Cmia",l,lk 7ihTRe. August io n ,a,' BenJr,mi" Witmer, of Union lovt n, Dauphin county. On Mon,Uy ,he 19-h nil., by the Rey. VV. La, d,e, Mr. Frederic Karstrtter, to Miss Eluabeth Feidler, both of Milton. t Al Northumberland, on the 4h inst., by John Lake, Eq., Mr Wm. Vasdyee. I. aim ocsanna Johnsom, boih of that place OIK I. In Milton, on tha 21 int . nf COIlSUmntic.n Mt-a I tlCPTTl flllfc-. ' 1 "l uuuui a VV1L.CVJ1V, aged 39 year, and 28 day. In thin p!aca. on Tuesday Inst, of Consump tion, Mr. MATILDA MALLS, relict of Gejrge Wialls, deo'd , aged about 30 year. O.i Tuesday last Mn. MA LONE, wife of Mr. Jumet M ilone, Contractor on the Phila delphia and Sunbury II. R. aged about 50 year. I)C iHavIict0. Philadelphia Market Sept. 7, 1853 Flour and Meal. The Inst foreign news caused considerable stir in Ihe markels for Flour and Grain, and prices have advanced in all the Atlantic cities. Sales of 1500 bar rels fie-h ground at f ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 September 1853

1 I CTj-ra-'p.?.. ,T,..T'" - ' " " - " - " ... , tup I J - I f-'J-JL SUNIWJIY AMKIUGAM AMI) SHAM OK IN JOURNAL. THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. rm me nu.tnuiy Aiiicrawn. MIS) XLI.AMiOtS li.MOM. I im composed of 26 letters. Mv 1 SI 14 f relafl My 2 1 14 m til li 18 city n h-U.illelStato-. lily 3 13 I S' in kiiiilm "iHi My 4 I 14 1' 9 I'J i.ihe namof a ma'e. My 3 M " 1" distiibimve prim -un Mr II 15 111 I" rivrr in lh United States. Mir 7 W l' 'a liH. My K 1 3D 14 'JIM ill fl'iwct . My 9 14 3 8 is a mensnre. Mr 1 1 1)1 4 7 A ia nil ntfieer in Court. Mv 11 fl 14 7 11 we have n one in the United Htotca. Vr Iff A ID S II 14 is a eitv in Kum; M .' 13 M 14 a i 8 in a divai-n i f lima. Mv 14 1 ' 11 S 7 Is a kin lofnut. .Vv IS ! 3 " 1 is man .m I red by the. ; ib ic. My I M 4 li D I I I ia udiviaion ! land. Vv 1? 81 D 11 :i 8 ia a fruit .S' it '3 'I1 S i-m t .cie.it ritv of F.urip !v i' o- . 7 i the name of n pi Minted singer. .'' '5 1 11 1 wis n prcmd nt of the V. 8. Vv '' " I i vc.i I, V . 3:5 II 9 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 September 1853

AMERICAN iS OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a iTamUy ilctospiipev DctottH to Jjolftfcs, aitcraturt, iilorauta, ifortlmt ana Domestic Slttus, scfence nn& the arts, sinrfculturr, -fflatucts, amusements, ct NEW 8EHIKS VOL. 6, NO. 30. SUNBURY, NOilTiIUAlHERIiANI) COUNTY, TA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 18.13. OLD SERIES VOL. 1 , NO. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. ' TWuEnmMER.!AX " P,'li"i" vcry fmttirdav ill VJ m A"8 a""m b Pi'l half venrlv in ' Jala NoPaPetd'"comi'm't'li.i."iroBMore , All communication, or letter, on business relnting to i llio office, ti ni.urs attention, mn.t b POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Tlirer 'pic to one address, f5 00 C.1"" On I0 00 mem Do j, S()(M riI,T! """.""'.'i ln.'"lv".n, W'H Pr for Hire. year's ul cripiiou to the American. One, Soiioic of 10 line., 3 time., r.veiv .ubscqnent in.ertion, One Square, 3 month., Bix months, One yenr, limine.. Card, of Five linen, per ntnmm, Merchants and other., nrivertisinir ly ihe yenr,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 September 1853

The New Vork Timet h. been favored .ketch of Comm.nc.er '""""''X Call.nl conduct in command of th. St. oul ?n Ihe harbor of Smyrna, hw giton bi world wide reputation. Comm-n.hr Duncan N. Ingraham the son of Ihe hue Nathaniel tngraham, Eq., Charleston, 8. C, and belong. to a fajdr eminet.lly naval in it. h'M"'" ,hem, wi.hone ccep.ibn, ,he Navy. Hi. father, being Ihe in m e friend of Paul Jones, volunteered under Im command, when he left France in the Bon Homme Richard, in 1779, and fought lh him in the battle with the British ftlgate - . anliim III Boranis, one ol tne most uesiw" it,, .nnnli of naval warfare. His uncle, Captain Joseph Ingraham, U. S. N, as lost In ihe V. S. ship Pickering, which went down at sea, and was never heard of, at the beginning of this century. His couain, Wil liam Ingraham, vat killed at the age of Venty, when a Lieutenant in the U S. Navy. The solo exception in the family was his imnlp. Duncan lncraham. Esq , from whom he received his name. He was one of t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 September 1853

f 4 A STRING QF ITEMS- Bi-ooMtmThe lilies of the fiolJ. The printert best letter lot her go. Hb (hat change his opinions corrects hi, errors. , Silent contempt is more galling than open rebuke. For the eridence of truth look at the truth itteir. Gold twenty-five cent piecesare becoming abundant. They are of California coinage. A virtuous yotuh will make a happy old Queen Victoria has prohibited the Polka being danced in her presence. The true cure for one-half the human maladies is employment. I llollidaytburg, on Wednesday, a lioness annulled to, a menagerie, gave birth to three cubs. They are alive and doing well. On Tuesday there was one million tteohun dred thousand dollars in the Sub Treasury at St. Lonis. Captain Ixcraham's conduct in the Costa affair, has the sanction, not only of his own country, but of nearly all Europe. The Lebanon Valley Railroad is about to bo commenced, since the decision in favor of Municipial Corporation subscriptions. Fanny Kkmbi.e says that no man c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 September 1853

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SilAMOKlN JOUKNAL. CELEBRATED Family Medicine. with ..fMei..f.an.l .' ' 'v",W lo oiler ",e Medical f.colty, !'" , "."' ,.,rity, Miw re public, fw PrP.r,.tl.H.. most - l' psral wi.h th. It rl f?i !h nuimirn"' worthies- nr principle. i.s sills........ f' ' " " . , .,.;, tides tl.nl nr. H.idiint the '""''" ml iirf -n-su ... .lis. ptrrl by i'; fur none. ty persons, intended l cure d"0" Rend and Reflect. Tl.t ll Mcrtiel... Msnafartnrfri by W. M. tarsiay, InrkHliN tn. Hose Pectoral for Coughs. mm ..7 CninnlKir. f. r II he.irruilism. Worm vrup fur Wnrmi. Tooth Wash, for rtrenvcil teeth, il. sensed (5nm. Fsmilr Pitts,' r ! I'.iril vcr, have Is-eti mere extensive- lv ased nml rmvo Riven m r satisfaction, tlmn nny other Mciiir..ic Hurt Hi. public, heins: prepared will. reii.ml lo Iheir usefulness nie fully woilhy ll. trinl of ihc alllirl- 1,1. (live llic.n n trinl. ... ..... s few pnweiful reasons why the nl'V Mcit.f.m-s nro rlrmrvimr. "f universal pnli. mi.se. (hi In. fi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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