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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 August 1846

SSWH TERMS Of TUB AME1UCAN." II. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EISEt.Y. H. B, BeUUr. Office in Centrt ilhy, in the rear of tt. B. 3ia ' srr'a Start.) THE" AMERICAN" IcbMft! every Sslor da? at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be fil half yrly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Ait arrearages ere paid. NoeubacriptrMia received for a less period than ilt Hosts a. All communications of letters on busincea relating to the office, to Inaure attention, Bust be POST PAID. ... AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. WAN. Abeolute acquiescence in the decisione of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, fiom which there 1$ no eppeal bat to fore, the' vital principle and immediate parent of depotiem.- aow. By Master Elseiy. g anbury, Northtmibrlsui4 Co. Pa. Saturday, August 8, 1846. oL 6 If o. 46 Whole Wo, S6G. , U 111 111 BgS.i, ,i mi bltlCEH OF ADTTmri S I VC. ' t square I Insertion, .''. f0 li'fi ) , do t .i . do t 0 75 I do i da . . - '' Every subsequent insertion, 0 S. Yearly Advertieemant t one column, f 25 t ha'f...

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. — 8 August 1846

f rem the Phil. Ledger of the 4th inst.r fcAHtALOr THK ftTstAMllllP HIBRfl. Fonrtccn tay later front Baropei Tbe steamship tlibethia arrived at Roston yea terday morning, with two week later lows from England. The ntwi wts telegraphed to thit city for the Ledger. 1 The intelligence it brought that the Oregon Treaty ha been ratified ly tht Jintith mern mtitt. . The new rnlnletry hat gone to work. A dlspoe-t ion exirtt in every quarter to give the new ministeri a fair trial. Parliament will probably does it aeitlon in the miJJIt or the present month. - .,,-- Tb British nation intend to teetify it grati fa e to Sir Robert Peel for the great measures h has effected, hy railing him a motinment. .,i The Oregon Treaty wat ratified hy the Bri rUh Government, nnder tht teal of the new Fo reign Minister, Lord Palmeriton. This docu ment wis signed hy hit Lordship and Mr. Me Lane, on the 17th, at the foreign office, and af terwards conveyed f(r despatch by the Hibernia, hy hia Excellency, Mr. M...

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 August 1846

t Telstra phle Despatch To the Philadelphia. Ltdgec Vtt niM nive nbr Bin. ' ' WeHtafo., Monday; Aug 3. . ,The Veto of the Harbor and River bill wai hers received and read. , . Hit predecessor had vetoed a bill of this na tur and given his reason for to doing. He would Jd bt few of his own. , V . . t , , , i , The power proposed to be used by Congress ia this cans was unconstitutional and inexpedient. He argued the case lit length and recounted Ibe evils to result from the indulgence of the princi ples in the bill. Aside from constitutional ob jections, there were others. The bill appro prlates between l,000,000 and $5,000,000. We want the money to carry on the war. .. The Speaker put the question t Shall this bill become taw. the President's objections not withstsnding . '' Mr. Boyd moved the previonqurstinn deci ded by tellers, and not secondedyeas 83, nays J05.' : ' ' Mr. Dromgnoie cited Washington's veto for a precedent, and moved the House proceed to morrow to reconsider the bil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 August 1846

, Continued from first Page.) , fl'protsion, but it hud nearly Attained its clima.W- t an unlucky day for him. Cnrigresa firtind country, in 1842, in most deplorable con dition ordistretaand despondency. Every man who wa in any way connected with productive 'itufmv.ry will retnembtr wliala dark cloud pre ceded their action on the tariff in that year, and wi all know how aoon confidence revived after ttio rmrtace of the law ; and all have realized The growth and improvement of every pursuit in onr Conntry from that time to this.' a Do gentlemen desire theao acenea renewed ? Will men nuver learn wiadom from experience 1 Mow la it now? How changed the scene! If a magician's wand, had been waved over thn face of our country, the reault would hardly bare appeared more like enchantment than the reality now before na. No man ie idle who is willing In work. Contented, smiling facea are very where to be eeen. The busy hum of in dustry gladdens the ar m all direction. Ev cry body ia proof ero...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 August 1846

TERMS OF Till? AMEIlICAlf . R. B.MA8SER, JOSEPH EI8ELT. ; Pvatissane aaa i ParaiTas, JT. JB. MMKH, BMtar. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of H. 8. Mat ter't Store.) THE AMERICAN" ii published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS mi annum to be paid half yearly in advance. . Ne paper disoonlia ued till ah arrearages ara paid. No subscriptions received for a lese period thin nt wosths. All rornmanicstloTis or letter on luainaaa rotating to tha office, to inaur attention, uoet be POST PAID. , FBTnn LAS AIIUS, IVSDVHY,. Xortbnmberlnnd Count jr. TBXH M YJUVJUffXA, n ESPECTEUI.LY informa hie fri-ndaand Ub, oh public in general, that he haa taken the Drick nd, formerly occupied by George Prince i a pirllic house, (earl of the State Hoaae, and ippoarte the Court House,) where he ia prepared to iccomondata hia friend, and all othera who may avor bMn with their custom, in the beat manner. In sbetl, no eierliona nor eipenee will be spa ei te render hia houee in every way worthy of vaWie patronag...

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. — 15 August 1846

rrrrrirMitttWitnaiii- tr . . .1. AT Bit rRON TNM ARMri-vr i Orncf or mis Pica t as, .( '&ftirday, Aug. 1," 1816 10, A M f '.' Th trig Empressario atritcd at th Barracks this 'morning, aevrn daye from Brazoa Santiago, with Capt. Gen Desha's company of Alabama Vnhinteer, wb tar been ordered I New Or t'-ana to be tniWtereJ out of the service acebrd- injj to Instructions from 'the' 'Wr depart mimf. Six other companies from Alabama, ell the Lou Uiana Volunteer and tha St. Louie Legion, at ait months men, Ufa' to b mustered out of eer visa by tha' ma authority;1 Col1. Peyton and I'eatherston's Begiinente are not recognised by ins, Department a. being in tha aarvica at ll.. When the Empressario left, most of tha regu lar troops ha J one to Camargo, where it is pro- tulile all are by this time. Unless General Tay In has been detained,' on account of the with drawn! of so many volunteers from the'army," to make new arrangements' regarding tha disposi tion Of the remaining ones, he has jo...

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 August 1846

I '- " 1 -- . i . .1 ! 1 . .11. .. .11 1. IV! Ji ' J." I I J" Mwef, bul I Will field wfcaf 1 estearrl toy tigW because I desirs no nnpltasant sceee here. s II is the will of the people which Is to grorers us; to we re tola" we ere not to disc.uss the me rifs T 'measures ths will of the people is all. Well, be It to. ' . , .From the Phil, Ledger Extra, of Aug., 10.75 ARRIVAL OP tHR STEAMSHIP GREAT ' '.'V, WESTERN. ;' ' ;'" " '" till Day Later from EOrope.' ,. Tho steatnehip Great Western arrived at Naw York yesterday tnnrninjr, at 6 o'clock, With si days later newt 'from Europe, '.'' ' An address of the merchants of Liverpool to Mr. McLfio( congratulates him on tho settle, ftient dftho Oregon question, 16 which lie re plied, ,M$jtfi documents ara highly intcrpttinjr, and creditable to the feelings of the respective , jwrties. If there is one place more than another which woulJ suffer by the interruption of friend Jy relations wiili America, it is Liverpool... J. , ' Statb OF ttit Cno...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 August 1846

""V A Wcniftn fcltlrit hy tier Husband at her own requests - The following extraordinary tut occurred t short time tine t Wurtemburgh ; wt find it re lated in a late foreign journal : - Adam Gayring, man sixty four years of age, of lioneit and uptight dealings, loved and respec tod by all who knew him, presented himself on the 8th ult. before the authorities of Heidenhcitn, and stated calmly that he had jtut killed his wife. His declaration was immediately taken, as fol lows : "My wife," he said, "as every one knows, has been suffering a long time from illness, and at times the pains she had to endure were sutli ns to affect her reason ; she latterly gave np all hopes of recovery, and continually repeated that not only was life a torment to her, but that she feared that if I died before her, she would be re duced to misery. This moruing, after we hat! read together the 4th chapter of the Bonk of Jud ges, (they wcte devout people, and read the bible .very day,) she requested me to dr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 August 1846

TERMS OF TUB " AMERICAN." IT. D. MA8SER, JOSEPH ET8EI.Y. ; PuatiratSAo i PaoMtiiToai. ft. B, MSSBH, Editor. . , Office in CmtrTAlieijf, in the rear of ff. B. XiUh see's Store. THE" AMERICAN lipubfiilied every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum t be paid half yearly In advance. No paper diecontln ued till Atd arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a lete period than six Hdir-ras. All communication or letlera on business relating to the office, to inrare attention, most be POST PAID. PETER LASAIIUS, Northumberland County, mm 8TX.VAnriLf TrE8PECTEUI.LY informe hie frl.hdssnd D ibe public lit general, that he baa taken the Crick Stand, formerly occupied by George Prince aa a public house, (east of the Slate House, and opposite the Court Home,) where he if prepared to accommodate hit friends, and all othera who may favor him with their custom, in the beet manner. " In ahort, no exertions nor expense will be ape red to render hia house in every way worthy of public patronage. S...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 August 1846

P"tlm ronri or VlllilnKp Hie n nr ,f irr of.MuIr, n.pl to fee MHt We havegiyetw loi account of the. flair dut-cribe'd in the follow ing letter, but the detail nre to remarkable 'anil disclose such a ttarin course or. villain tbnt the full hiitorjr it worth producing: .r- p-' " r. Ft AfiKtiN tfsitav Co., (Ala.) J .-.. ;- . ,. t y 'JoljSl, 1810. f To Ihi Ej'iorii ofti.t Chark'$Um fitmriet , ; '!', i Okih.xkj : On the 9Dth Instant, the' pos master Tf Fort GsinesJ (Geo.,) received a' letter Irom tlnncock County, (Geo.,) requesting him to look out for a band of robbera , describing them, that tliey bad just robbed a Mr. Bitlifigslea, of llnrri7"of eight tlm'nVanifilollart of American yoU, nnd four thousand in tfate bonda thatlbe i ime bind had robbed Mr. Watts, of Hancock f "txinl y, ((.ten,) of four thousand dollars, princi pally American gold lliat they had given the fa milie where they obtained the money, mor r.hine, supposed by putting it in the Vessel con taining the drinking water....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 August 1846

son of the North, end lets him to drawing lines ofconiparison between therri and the fair ones lie hat left behind him. Here again they suffer. The low necked short dress, with large glaring pink figures, and a tingle narrow flonnce, re lieved below by a few inches of the white under dress, cut into points, is not wanting In beauty, end seta off a fine figure Jo the utmost advantage. And it has another recommendation t it displays the finest turned ancle, and the prettiest foot in the world.', But with nil this, no one of even moderate taste, can pretend to say that the Seni orita would be lets enchanting if fashionably dressed. Nay,' I have thooghr some' 6f them might shine as stars in our Northern ball rooms. This is saying more for them than most of my 'Companions, would dream of, on account of the .almost suspicious darkneis of their complexions. There is a great dearth of military news, at present, on eccount of the great distance of any hostile body of Mexicans. Volunteers are...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 August 1846

From Cist's Cincinnati Advertiser. ii7'vl tTka Vtoi'ssitwaHa it LW. T Mr. Cist ef the Cincinnati Advertiser recent- published a chapter of the Ope and down! of .ife. He now furnishes another of vicissitudes: I knew an individual in Philadelphia, son to one of our roost distinguished revolutionary pa- ,oH, obliged to flee the city1 and take refuge in I'npland. where tie Wat obliged to pats the resi due of his life under a fictitious title. He had been guilty of forgery, and time sacrificed coun try, individual character, and an illustrious fami ly name, to gratify extravagant and licentious habits of lite.' He was one of the finest looking men I have everaeen. " " One of my early associates in life, and the de light of the female circle in which ha moved, I m w a few years since in Cincinnati; to disfigured by dissipation, sickness, and neglect of personal nppoaranee, that I presume his' own mother would not have recognised him. " I furnished him the means of getting down to New Orle...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 August 1846

TERMS OF yilR AMEIUCAfl." If. B."MA8Hftrt, Pu timm EI8EI.Y. S PaoraiiToas. M. B. JHJISSKHy KdUar. Offtteitn Cenirf AlityTin tXeVearof II. B. Mas mt'i Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur fltfy TWO DOLLARS per annum to be q.aid h3f yearly in advance. No paper diacontin tied till Ait arrearage are paid. Nwrataeriptiona received for leaa period than nix in but a. All comraunicatloni or lettera on tusines relating to the office, to insure attention, must 'be POST PAID. PETER LAZARUS, svif nVKT, SVeart taambcrlHiid County, FBNM STX.VANIA, MDSPECTEU1.1.Y inform hie fri-ndssnd fhe public in general, that he baa taken the 8tand, formerly occupied by George Prince aa a public boue, (east of the Stale House, and opposite the Court H-rose.) where he ia prepared to accommodate his friends, and all other who may fivoritirra with their carton), in the heat manner. Iln hort, no exertions nor etpense will b spa red to fender his house in every way worthy of Jtulllic aiatronag. ' Putfiy, A...

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. — 29 August 1846

. From the riiilnl Led , I,TH PIMt TIIK AKNI'l k Pv the Southern Mail we have . the announce tvent of the arrival of thp steamship New Yoik if Xew OrteanS. l aving left pruzol Santiago on h", S'h inst." Accounts from Carmargo to the Mh stale (hat the JTcxnn Rangers were to mm t hi that day for Meir on a fronting expedition, v nil order to take possession ami hold it if pot- '''' : ", " ' The Mounted Rangers wcto ordered tf proceed i Linares and Monterey, and seize Omse places mUyi ' J ;nrn1 T;iy1or passed upl he river 1o r,eyrtoa on thf Mh, anil would probably arrive at Car iurn in lour days.' The drajnons Were i ramp at M,)trtKvrjn o ( i flewcml Taylor was accompanied by one balf .Mhe Texin regiment of Infantry and a few i'irlir. ' A iirmitb had taken place near CaTmargn, j lot ween nit hundred Camanche Indians and vent y -five or eighty rangers, hi which the In nans bst 20 and the Rangers t. The laltevcap tred 150 boric from the Indians. Tliere ia supposed to be about 4,JK0 Mexica...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 August 1846

t - n.i.TiiMtr m aiikf.Ti ;f ( r, Ofiecoftfie IWtTttoa ABir, Aug. 01. "" GR AIN The supply of Wheat today has been smnll and prices Mendy. We continue to (noe good to prime. roil at "JOaSO cts., ami infe rior to fair of C.r,n70 e t. No family flour white Wheats nt market. A sale of Penna. red was rnadc to-d.iy nt R( rts ' - ,, ' ' Sale of 'Cprn to-day at 4Ca l7 eta. for wliito, find 63adl et. for yellow. ' - J- '" ; ' A parcel of Md. Ryewia. sold to-day nt GO cts. ' , W quote Oats nt 25a37 cts. . ,, ' ", .", V WHISKEY. The demand continues moder ate, and price atationary ht 83 cts. for hhds., end 33cti. for Mils. .' . " e m ' . , ".' i Comwnniratcd, . Tn casually looking over your paper, I was filled, with profound giicl by observing the an nouncement of the death of an old and valued .friend, Mrs. Ei.iz.Aiimi Lazarus. . ' Woman, prevented from participating in the 'active and stirring scenes of liTc, unobtrusively cultivates those social virtues, which daily as cend from the domest...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 August 1846

Take your Cennljr Paper. 'Twss night and sniggle to hit wifit " Lay talking, as they were In bed, Ofall the ills the care and strtfo, That fell upon his Inckless head. 'Here have ws been six years,' quoth he, And atill we find both end don't meet : . I've worked as busy as a bee, Ami yet we barely lire and eat ! Our children have no schooling yet ; Indeed I am ashamed of Ben Poor fellow I'm so much in debt He's hnd no chance, though now past ten.' 'But stop how is it?' said his spouse, 'Our neighbor gets along so well ? Have you not marked that Blowse WhaiYr he has, can always sell ? His hoys, he says, know far much more Than those who've been to school a year. And then he always knows the law, When goods are low and when they're dear ; Hia farm, though not as large as ours, ' ' Is fast improving every day. I'd tike to know what magic powers Do help him in this way.' And I would too, poor sniggle thought, So next morning forth he went, . To find where Blowse his bargains bought, And...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 September 1846

TERMS or THE AMEIUCAHPV H. B. MA8SER, Pcsus a so JOSEPH E1BKI.Y. S PsoraiaTons. . It. JHASSKR, Editor. Office in CcntreAltei,ln fhtrear of It. B. Mas- tcr'i Store. THE AMERICAN" is publi.hod every Snlnr day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a left period thin six months. All communication! or letters on business relating; to the office, to inaure attention, mual be POST PAID. PETER LAZARUS. Nl SIH UY, IV o r t li u m r I u 11 1 Count j , PBNN SVLVANIA, RESPEUI EUI.LV informs bis fri nds and the public in general, that he has Isken the Drick Stand, formerly occupied by George Prince us a public hou'p, (east of the Slate linue, and qiposite the Court IIine,) whore he is prepared to M'commmlate his friends, and nil others who may aor him with their cutom, in the boat manner. In short, no exe.tinns nor expense will be spa ed to render his house in every way worthy of mhtie patrona...

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. — 5 September 1846

I. TKR FKOII THR HT, Capture of China Arrival of Oen. Taylor ot Camnr go Advance of Copt. Duncan. Ity (lift arrival of tlie steamship John S. Mc Kim, at New Oi leant, from Brazos Santiago, dtea from Point Isabel to the 17th havs been rtceived, and from Camargo the present head quarters of the army, to the 13fh Angust. The newt by this oirival from Matamoras it net of general moment. Col. Clark haa succeed ed in re-establishing order inlheeity.by pitttitift into execution the order dictated for that purpose by Gen. Taylor. The captain of the battalion of Kentucky volunteers if auppoied to have been nuudered by the Mexicana on the road between Parita and Matamoraa. The town of China, on he Rio San Juan, fi5 or 70 mile from Camargo, was taken on the 5th insf. by Capt. McCulloch, f the Texan Rangers, without opposition. Co1. Scguin, with 100 Mexicans, were in the town, hut on the approach of the Americans, they re treated. Another Mexican depot of arms 'has "been found nt Matiimoras, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 September 1846

!2S!T!S . For the American. ' Assemblyman. M. EniTo Permit mo to recommend to the Democracy of thie roimty, for this rcspnnalhle ti lion, a man who, for hi unwavering effort to sua lain the Tariff of DM?, and hia atern ami manly adherence to every other principle of our (real par ly, in spite of lha attempta of the ruling powers lo govern him, merit Ihe confidence of hia former constituent. EDWARD V. BRIGHT hna faith fully served ua in oilier year lei Da try him again. Uoller elect one whoso sentiments we know, and whose integrity we cannot doubt, at this crisis, than new nin that may torn trnilor lo our Interes's. Evtry one knows that Mr. Uright wa always In f.ivor of protection In American Industry, and wa mover of the reo'uliou institicling pur Senator and Rcpreacntntivi a lo anppnrt ihnl policy. Lei every demoeral v. ho knows hia country's and hia own intere, Ante fir the uncompromising ipim nent i.f thertc trade bill of 1810. KI)V A I'D V. 1) RIGHT. SHAMOKl.V. For the America)....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 September 1846

1 1-t 1,1 J.....1, r " - v . Vankee Not Inn nhonl militating In the Mo lean War. Ilosea Rigdow, ton of F.xckicl Rigelnw, "be ing down to Bosting, where he wa solicited to enlist in the Mexican War, by a 'entiling sprgcrit' who 'sttutting around with two fe llers a fifln nml drummin artcr him like all natur,' went hnmr and writ the following vcrsei," which he communicated to the Boston Courier Thrash away, you'll have to rattle On them kittle drums o' yonrn, Taint a knowing kind of cattle That iscatched with mouldy corn. Tut in stufTyou filer feller, Let folks see how spry yoii be, Guess you'll toot till you're yeller t 'For you git a hold o' me ! Thnt ere (lag's a leetle rotton, Hope it aint your Sunday's best ; Fact! it takes a sight o' cotton To stnfTa soger's chest : Sence we farmers have to pay fort Ef you must wear humps like theae, Sposin' you should try salt hay for 't, It would do as slick as greaf, 'Twouldn't suit them Southern fellers, They're a dreadful graspin set, We mu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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