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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1841

TERMS OF THE " AMEIIICAIV." riucca or ad vkhtm . I square I Insertion, . a 6 1 do 9 do . 0 75 I do 9 da- - 1 00 Evry subsequent insertion, - 0 tft Yearly Advertisements, (with the privilege ot alteration) one column $25 j half cvlumn, tig, three squares, $1 two squares, f 9 ; one square. '. Without the privilege of alteration a liberal discount will b made. Advertisements left without directions at to ths length of time thee are to be. publisher), will b continued until ordered out, and charged aocecd Ingly. (T3Siiteen lines make a square. on each aides sometimes four are inserted. Tb whol is now to be carefully covered with compo sition, or grafting clay, excepting two or three eye of each scion. This mode of grafting is equally applicable lo very small stocks, but being weak must be bound with a cord of bars matting. The following is a good composition: " Crafting Compusitum is made of three parts of rosin, three parts of bets wax, and one part of tal low, melted together ; when w...

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. — 24 April 1841

yrxst9'SMK9r.'.!a. augiLMJ' ! .jig-.? ' -'TVom the tiouisvW City Oatrlte.' J - -WMis's nsnrlf rtln, or Wonders of It, is gorern'Vy considered ihut White's cxvertiop yet'e-rda", was not in tin? niot approved Mvbr. for J'i mere pjrumro of the rwrn'i m. Th" Vw-vt by niiiF marcruvrfl instead pfbeinc fixe! by bis ear, when it would have facilitated 'lie breaking of hiii i rr1,linpprinl to come in bis face, liy whicU means clinking was of th" imperfect surf. Hp unu squirming and kicking a long time, before he surrendered, and occasionally gave, farth'blast from l.i mouth tn1 nostrils. v After hanging about twenty-two minute, he was rut down and conveyed owny to bo experimented vpon by Philosophers and Anatomists. He wm an excellent subject for experimenting upon, at the ex ecution was auch, that no disorganization had la 4:on j)lace. Theuce of the corpse iiid not look o Had a they generally do, and, in fact, ha was con Vdcrrd not much different from a man twenty mU ivatca drowned. . ' The...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1841

"3 - x II 1 U II, On Saturday morning lust, CHARLES LEI SENRING, son of Mr. Gideon Lelsenring, of Au gusta, aged 5 years, 1 month and 1 1 days. Trice CURRENT. ' Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer Wheat. . . j0 Kra, 60 40 25 6 100 12J 25 12J 75 200 8 10 8 Corjt, Oats, Pork, Flaxskkd, Buttkh, DxF.SWAX, Tahow, Uiueu Apples, Do. PlACHKS,. Fla. ' Heckled Flax, Eoas, ' FEMALES. WHO are troubled with sick headache, pain In tho tide, breast, and hack, loss of appetite, ftatulen- ' ry, lowncss of spirits, palpitation of the heart, faint ing or giddiness, sickness at the stomach, bilious Blluclions, tightness at the chest, nausea, vomiting, Hoiee in the stomach, flushings of hent, and chilli ness, diseases of the nerves, and organs of digestion, &.C &c, those who may be thus affected, shonld not nrglect to procure Dr. HarlicJt's Compound Strengthening Tonie and German Aperient l'ills, ivhicU are warranted to give immediate relief. Thousands do we almost daily behold, whose coun enan...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1841

DYSPEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA f ' hit troublesome and peace-dostroying ditruw). J l.oiin.iiidi and tent of thousands inlTor from ' common distressing complaint. DUpeptiii I fii-mly caused by mx-1oading or distending the t 'mrv b by exfiesthe tiding of drinking indijest- - acrid substance taken into Ilia etowach. " fi'Mii lung continued constipation of Ihe bowl, d.'in cy life, fear, griC anxiety, copioua draft i' e. M wuter, drastic purgatitc mrdkines, dysen 'v, mbicarriyges, intermittent and spasmodic at I ni..nR d ihe stomach and bowls, irregular meal, I ia hour, and loo frequcut usa of pirituoua t- ;u is. - The irptom of dirptpsia my be described k w 1:11 i if appetite, or an unnatural or voracious . o, n.iiHvn and sometime biliout vomiting, aud it n ..in! ir.inaient distension of ihe stomach after i iriug a .id and putreaent eructation, water brh, j in in Hip region of the atoraach, rostivene, pal. I 'mi of ihe heart, dizxineea and dimnese of the ' utit, disturbed Teat, tremor, mental de...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1841

I I JjjJIIIiMjll J TEIOI5 OF THE "AMKRICAi. HENRY D. MASSER, Publish., akv JOSEPH EISELY. $PoritToi. . n. MASSE It, Editor, oFFlCt IW X1VKKT ITHIT, KXAR DESK. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Salin ity at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be laid half yearly in aJvance. No paper di-contin-led till all arrearages are paid. IN'o subscription! received for a lese period than I mo)itr!I. All commonicatlona or letters on lusineas relating to the office, to insure attention, iut be POST PAID. TT" 1 '-'UiJ SMBU1I AMERICAN, rniccg or nvt-nnsi(;, t sqnnre 1 insertion, J,o So l do s do . . o I do 3 do . . 1 (X) Evtry subsequent Im-ertli n, . o !i Yearly Advertisements, (with the privilege of alteration) one column $25 t half column, $18, three squares, $12 ; two squares, $9 ; one squatf, $5. Without the privilege of alteiation a liberal discount will be made. Advertisements left without directions as to tlia length of time thee are to be published, will le continued until ordered out, and charged acc...

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. — 1 May 1841

From 8ctlry$ Mitcclhmy for March. oxb Horn with death, I' iggestrri tiy a Picture liy Rlr .Tnsliwa Ilf)r noMi, In the IHilwivh Gullrrj. Th sun bus gone in. from this world of sin, The gniml wolf roam the fell :w whither dost sced on thy lull white steed ! Huunge rider, pause and tell. NLiiint, mount with mo, and ihtm Kail are A boon to the I gives The tcrrililf power for single hour, To ride with oe and iiti 1- Uy ihe thrilling tone, and tlie eye of stone. And Ihe blue and vapoury breath, Uv the hard cold brow, I know thee Dow, Dread rider, thou art Dbatu ! Oh ! might ! refuse but I dare not choose , My spirit la not free ; Thy gift in a doom, and, though not to the lomh, I feci I must go with thee!' Away! Away ! through mire and clay The ridurs two are sped, i'l'sth first drew tein on a battle 4ain 'Mid heaps of filtering dead. He- gazed nil around, and no longer he frown'd, But he laughed with fiendlike glee I'htt tires of hell hum wondrous well, When mat) docs my work for me !' A...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1841

On Sunday last, by the Re. J. P. Shindcl, Mr. William Cork ad to Miss Sisahna Hon, both of August. On the same Jay, by the Re. R. A. Fisher, Mr. Hun at SmssLta to Miss Mam Ass Gall, both of Augusta. PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxthcimer. Wbsat, SO Rib 60 Cor, 40 Oats, . 25 Pork,- 6 Flaxseed, 100 Hotter, ..... 12$ I)EF.SWAt, - ... .25 Tallow, 12$ Dhisii Applis, . 75 Do. Peacrm, ... 200 Flax, ...... 8 Heckled Flax, .... 10 Eeos, ...... 8 MORE POSITIVE PROOF Of the efficacy of Dr. Harlichi Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Fills. Alleoheut, Jan. 8, 1840. To Dr. Harlich's Agent Sir: I wish to state for the benefit of those who may be afflicted, that Dr. Harlich's Pills have entirely cured me of Dys pepsia, of which I have been afflicted for many years, t used both kinds, the Aperient and Strength ening, and I am constrained to etiy, that they are a valuable discovery, and act upon the system mildly, but very effectually. I found the Tonic pills to quicken the circ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1841

''"-!',; 7 7rtt, OR LIVER COMPLAINT. r f.pi.',vut l described lo be of two forms, - ' Chronic, wbMt uteti fluent in ibilr ' .i r! 'tiocter, and are proc'uccd from tile rsor . .Ivor, v It.cli i dcfrs'M d em the surface oi in the "'v. lif ti r-former, tho patient in Mlae 'ud riih '.Vn i.'.'ri, in (ho region cf (lie Livrr, to scecre veil f , p, i t!ius nre in. iij pnrl.iMr ; the pa nt rnn.-iot lieartu turn or lay nn hN left tede from ui-mitp t M-rtcd hilhul pnsi'ion of tl.o iiifmud T'ie Kilter amy go on in such manrer : il.o f rr rmli ip cjf Liver Complaint ore those u' h inn.-;; the occurrence of suppuration. The 'Me k Mib-u-iitf varieties, nhuost alwry com- c; will Mil d.il'y fofUngi succeeded ly hint i!.i ilsiii. IcviTc tongue, having a yellowish ap- w.'r.c : iinqiil irptulr of the boweb, co Ihencss, i , icnc .'no elianffes to a p..le. rr citron coloi, or i-"v '""'Off atilitiel with jaundice, diflkuliy of 'I's'nrtod rent, attended with coui'h, fe- -'i iyoitoun, i dry and parched ski...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1841

TERMS OP TIIK "AMERICAS." HEXRY.B. MA88EK, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Ptmmntiig akd . iZ. n.1SS.SItt Editor. oTMCl IJT M.ABKKT STREET, HXAB SEIR. THE " AMERICAN" kpcblishoJ evry Salur tlajst TWO DOLLARS per tanunt to bo Tiawrhalf yearly in advance. No -por disconlin ucJ till Att arrearage ate paid. No subscriptions received for a leas period" than ix mts. All communications or letter on business relating to the olfice, to iusure attention; must be TOST rAIU. Evening Musings. WriVen t a young laiht Album June, 1838. I lave to sit at close of day Beside anme rip. ling brook, Anil watch the sun's last gulden ray Kcceding whilst I look: 'Tis then I think on days gone by, Of hnppicr hours that's fled, For doardeparttd ones I sigh, Now slum'ring 'mongst the dead, I bve to look upon the moon. The fair, mild "queen of night," As o'er the fragrant flowers of June She spreads her silv'ry light : 'Tis then I'd wander forth, to view My sister's lonely grave, And minute with the falling dew Tears which af...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1841

a " g; i t in immm T imn mm m w -Jslirsp Donne's rlirnnr on tree Death of (j. Hr.rl(iti. A mono; the most eloquent tributes lo t!;o memory 'T i!ie lute venerated President, may bo re-coned ihe ''fcnurpc of Bishop Doanc, before the citizen of ""r!i'r.;'on. We exlract tho-oponing pmtiuii. Il is a duik Uccemlier Joy. A elcep now clodirs t';n ground. A ihaipamt cuiting sloet ilrivrt with ');! wind. Again! tlio Minding st'irm, and through iVo deepening drift, a youthful mildior with hi i ::!pr.ir!i on his baclv, pursues his steadfast way. A Mriplirgof ninrlccn, blender frame, and feeble i.'.ihh, he i nil Ensign to tLo army of America, 'i'vli Washington's commi-sicn, nnd ho marchr v. ii'i hi mall detachment, on his first service. It v.-,i? n patriotic anJ r'.ii itli.in duty. There arc those i. (Moreno who nmcrlxr we!!, wht, in my young t'ays, was yet n nursery word, at which Ihn mother pressed hrr infant to lur bosom, and children galli- fd closer to tlio fire St. Clair's Defeat Il was t,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1841

Lm PRICE 'CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxlheimtr. Whkat, Sti, . Cons, Oats, . Pork, Flaxseed, Bctter, . Beeswax, . . "Pa now, Dhiku Afpi.ks, Do. Pcachks, Flax, Heckles Flax, Eons, . . . PO . . .no . . 40 . . . 25 . . 6 100 . . . . 12J . 85 . . . . 124 . 76 . 200 .8 . ... 10 . 7 LIVER COMPLAINT, Cured by the use of Dr. Hahiicr's Compocnd ST50THI!tliO A5D AFERIEaT Pi LIS. Mr. Wn.ttAW Ricnmns, Pittsburgh, Pa., rn tirely cured of the above distressing disease : Ilia eymtoms were, pain and weight in the left sido, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid eructations, disten tion of the stomach, sick headache, furred tongue, countenance changed to a citron color, difficulty of breathing, disturbed rest, attended with a cough, great debility, with other symtoms indicating great derangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Rinnans had the advice of several physcinns, but received no relief, until using Dr, Haiu.icii's Med. icine, which terminated in ejecting a perfect cure. Principal Offic...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1841

HEPATITIS, OR LIVER COXPIJUXT. "iv( t con-phot t n described to lc or lo forms, -'ft.te avd Chvnf, which arod fl'i mil in tin Ir '' ." .1 ('uumcer, snd iro produced from nlrrmon e l.ner, which i dcscnsrd on the surfaci oi in the tore. In the forni-r, iho pstient is attacked wiih lorn pftti-i, iii ttio legion of the Liver, tn severe ui evm Hi led cl. the are inui imrlnhle s tlir ra ill cannot !n i r In turf or Isy on hi l ft side from i ivr"p ejec ted in that position of tho inflamed n. 'i ) iii.T tuny g.i on in nth h a mtinner -. t'.r fi..,i vmtinn of l iver Complaint are those ;i tiMik the occurrence of suppuration. 'J'lio ic .ml t-uWuto v.irici!c., Intent nlwnya com- v;t!i sh iio chilly feeling succeeded by heat . -, o ' e.i-n ion;r!ir, Having a yellowish i I ' Ma;c ol" llio lo-.vrl. co-tivi-tn miu : i...!'i-c met. to a inl or citron cuter, or V tiv.-e iif;uil wiiii janndinc, difficulty i.f u mil r;-.i, iHtemieii wuu coupli, le- ' n -. :i , p.uj j nrcl cj r-kin, dilliculty ii"i::i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 May 1841

TtnMs or the "American." J1EXRY D. MA89EK, JOdEPH EISELY. S rBOFBlETOBS. U. It. .W.iS.SX'1!, dttor. orrici is mabkkt iTnttT, ana beeb. TUG" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum In be. paid hnlfy curly in advance. Ko paper disconliu uoil till all arrearages are paid. 1N0 subscriptions received for a less period than ix months. All communications cr letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. STANZAS. "T W. B. CAKJIXCI. To the bilhw-borne pilgrim, Alone on the reus, How sweet comes the pcrfums Of land with the breeze ! 'Tis the breath of a summer, Etcrnnl iii prime The kindliest fragrance Of sun-gl.iddcned clime. Tho?e wanderings of sweetness, How welcome they aie! That tell of a country, Unseen and af. ir : Like the morning, their advent Doth uskpr a smile, And the rover' heart dances In j'- ' tho wlilo. To cheer.' , ..". At midnight, they till Of meadow and mountain, Of forest and dell; 'Till his eye o'er tl.o Ocean, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 May 1841

Vom fht New York Sun and Herald Extra. ARIUVAfj OP THE BHITTANI V. TwMvi Ilnyi LrUcr from England. . ' u'onTAiT Nxws -Tn Ciujia DimcvtTii SKTTtKn Th SntAMSIMP PllMIUKST KOT . rtnivr.n Great rit tsr Tsas. The Steamship Brittanna, Cr.pt. It. B. CMand, -i'.rd l Boston on Thursday morning al 2 o'clock, ' Angina; intelligence from Englsnd up to the IDih i.!. She left Liverpool on llio 2('th at I o'clock, ''. M., arrive J at Halifax on Tuesday fhe4ih inst., . mx o'clock, A. M , tad left at 2 P. M. the same ,1 y; making tho passage, from Liverpool ro Boa i i' in 15J days. She brings papers from London i . tho 19lh tit., and Liverpool to the 20th. She : u'Ught CO passengers to Halifax, and SO to Eos ' ji; and look in at Halifax, for Boston, ten. Tho Cottnn market at Liverpool on the 17ih and J'.h was dull, and sales small, at a decline of id. ; The s'cuaner President had not arrived out, and i vat excitement prevailed in Livetpool and Lon :'in in consequence. Nearly all hopes of hei safety ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 May 1841

jiji tt hie it , On Tuesdav last. bv lbs Re. I?. A. Fi.l, Aw Khars to Mis Atis Unotn, loth of nnamokin. ... PRICE JCURUENT. Corrected weekly by Henri Yoxtheimer. Wheat, PO Kt, . . . . '. 60 Oats, ...... 2! 1'OBK, ...... 6 Flatscid, ..... 100 Burrm, ..... 12 Hikswax, 25 Taliow, 12J Dm ed Apple, 75 Da. Pjaciiks, .... 200 Flat, ...... 8 JftCKLED FlAX, .... 10 Eons, ...... 7 TO THE COMMUNITY. THE success which ha attended the use of Dr. Jlur belt's German Anerient and Compound ttrengthening Tonic Pills, Is truly Astonishing. It in no vain boast to fay this medicine ha proved by its happy t fleets in the cure of a variety of diseases to which the human frame ia liable, to be vastly su perior to the many preparations before the pubic. Many of these preparations are compounded by in dividuals who are positively ignorant of the myste ries of the human system, and mere pretenders to medical knowledge. Dr. Harlich, however, is ecle iirated among the German faculty as a man of the liighest sci...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 May 1841

Je TO THE COMMUNITY. THE success which hs attended llio we of Dr. L'.ir.'iW (lerman Aperient and Cim.pound 'irtnrfhtT.itig Tunic Pith, Is truly eatoni- hinft. It tn no tain binst to say thia medicine ha proved by i'n happy ill'tct hi the cure of a variety if diseases o which tho human frame i liable, lo be vastly su t 'jrior lo the many preparations bifoso the publ c. ."inny if iIimc piep-itntion are compennded by in- iviilti.ilit who are positively ignorant of llin myrtt ' i of il;a bu:an system, nnil mere prctcndri to -redicial knowledge, Dr. llarlich, however, is cclc 1 atcJ among the German faculty as a mm of ihe 1 ''iiCKt scientific attainments, nnd rqtialiy 0 is I in a fished throughout Eumpc, as a successful medical t mctitioncr, spent must of the years of a useful life in die aiiiisiu.m cf such knowledge as might prove I in 'filial to his fellow creatures. In the pills which iv iiivt'iitril, nnj which bear his name, the public i assured of an article that poesea.-ea more tl....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 May 1841

- m TKmiS OF TIIH "AMCIUC'AX." HENRY B. MASSER, PiBtismtai iso JOSEni EISELY. $Popietoh. STOBUKY AMEBICAN. IT. It. JlASSEHy Editor. orriCI 1ST MAHEIT iTBKET, WEAR BESH. THE" AMERICAN" ispublishej erery Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to bn paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than tit nouns. All communications or letters on business relating to the olHce, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majori'y, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital primiplo and immediate parent of despotism. Jtrrktiso. IJy Masscr & Elscly. Suiibury, KorlliiimbciJaml o. Pa. Saturday, May 2i, IS II. Vol. I'-Xu. XV. Frtm lite Knickerbocker fur May. The Cypress Tree of Cyloii BY JOHST O. WHITTir.R, Ibn Balula, the celebrated Musslemnn traveller of the fourteenth century, speaks of a Cyprus tree in Cey...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 May 1841

tf .V Jm-. A, !J Exlrrr, May ft. WnrrU-lt, tbe Miit-tUrer, 'Intiii. . he ku biti himlOnt pa arrived in purl l.iM n'uli', 1 ivii r on board, in the custody of I!. I). in Dotv. i H. deputy marshal, l!in t.cgro Writ-It, charged ith being a party in llie murders mitl erson in this vUx, on li e ITlh tilt. Ho w-us tnimnlUti ly tun-.? Ti-rr, J to the county jail, whore he remains, '"l h i ii'jj iin.1i rwent an examination. We It-arn 'I Wiiiiic'n shipped on bond tho Un-.egs as stcur t r.I ho having Iwcn employed ly the rrrtil.it stkmtiI I' the 1hii li) Inke hh? place tempi rnrily, l!:c latter 1 ring sick. The boat performed her trip up llio Mwsuiiri.ond was aVcending, when she was haili-d IV. u: llie Col. Wood.-, llio officer slipped on board vf hrr, an.l immediately arrested the cl ril. In tho cnur.-e of llie downward trip, lie acknowledged 1 i participation in llie guilty work, and enrrobo i -tt-J the tiistli -sure made by EnnN, who, he says, Vhmnc.1 t!,c p'ol, I tit was not present at it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 May 1841

Jft A II It M E t ) On tire Cth Inst., by the lie. D. M. Halliday, Mr. JVathail Vooi.Tr.Toi to Mia Sarah As Thomas, both of Danville. On the 1 1th insl, by the Rev. John Dorrance, Mr.. Annimw T. M-Clistock, Altornry at Law, (i Miss AunrtTA linADLKT, daughter of the lute J Cob Cist, Esq., all of Wilkrsbarre. J DIG)), On Tuesday list, in thia place, WILLIAM DEW ART, egrd 34 years. At Lancaster, on Friday evening. May 7th, of hemorrhage of tin lung. JOHN CAMERON, Esq., aged 44, formerly of Harrisburg. PRICE CURRENT. Correcled weekly by Henry Yoxlheimer. Wheat, ..... 80 Rtr, ...... 60 Cor, ...... 40 Oat, ...... 25 Pork, ...... 6 Flaxskkd, ..... 100 Butter, ..... 12J Bf.f.swat, ...... 25 Tallow, ..... 12$ Dniau Applth, - . . . .75 Do. Pcachks, .... 200 Flax, ...... 8 IIecklid Flax, .... 10 Eons, ...... 7 IMPORTANT PROOF. Of the efficacy of Dr. Harliclis Celebrated Midi tines. r The following certificate was sent by Mr. E. B. Jlinman, agent at Cincinnatti, Ohio. There ran lc lio mistake i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 May 1841

7 0 THE COMMUNITY. ).'r!'1'.!tUrrPM w,mn attended tho u of Dr. l iirl.'ci'a tierm-m Aperient and Compound "'i.nglhtnffg Tunic Pilh, Is truly M!oni.-hinK. Ii ' 10 vain Kmst lo my (his medicine has proved by " MTJ ll'fls ill thn rure of i vatlity ofdicscs which ilit- hum in fiame in liaMo, to he vssily su i t rior ( the many preparations brfme the publ c. ueny of llir so preparations ar compounded hy in- - itidual ho art positively ignorant of the inysle ) cs of iho human system, and nirre pretendtrs to nfiliriil Knowledge. Dr. Ilarlich, however, ia cclo ' .hc.I unions I lio German ficuliy as man of the Mghrst scientific attainments, and rqu.illy distin i 't.-K throughout Enr.-.j-s, as a successful medical , i ir-tition" r. spent most of the years of a uiieful 1 i It: in be :!.;iiifiii.ui (,f such knowledgo a mighl prove in licial to his fellow creatures. In (he pills which i f invented, and which hear his name, tho public . e assured of an article that possess more than " . linary vi...

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