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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 June 1854

0 ..r.w.aS;rr. T; j .... . .. ','''HU yMtl.il ?-4V,, n -ii- - ft rr- nf- - - fa(j.t sriI waiiii? w i i nt f - . .i ,,'.i i p $.7. i e? . T.-,-nr" I --.OFFICE, MARKET STKEET, OPPOSITE THE POSTFFICE:',; ,' framdy iimspwevTMpu to Jjolftlcs, aitcratutr, ittorautw, jfovtfan ani Domrstfc sitnia. stftwce aim the art -imrr- :-'"" j'f" t.mwc ( o.ST ti it' l-m.' .V"ii.; m .. cm ;-'.r in't .!. J 0i .H-0 .11 ,V.''r 1.1 IK ,vi;Jl. to if. .1 , , , . .. ; t...;. '-J 1 ; , ' " ' 1 " ''' '' j -'.. ! . ? ; - :,;. . -.;t ':. .-j tinvi s'ehies, vol. 7,6. io,, . J " TERMS OF , THE AMEElCAlT. " j r THE AMERICAN I pnlililbed very IMttinly ! TWO DOI.UA-HS p nnuiil to be pid hlf yearly UI ' tdvane. Na piper ditcontiuaed until ALL arrcnmgM art I pu. t . i . All eoinmiiirtioin or letlori on bneinewi Tolntmg lo (lit office, to uiure tteution, mint be FUST TAID. '- ' " ' to clubs;'' '' Three enpiet to one edilreM, " ' . JO Seven r . . Do , ... ; ."WOO Filter .-Do - Po - ' 9oo Five d'ltlari in advene will ity fo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 June 1854

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ftLAVK EfcclTKMKNT IB DOSTO!. By mail end telegraph we havelhe follow- J iiig details. Te prrdit ol Aninmiy uur.. an alleged rugijiv fron labor, belonging to . Charles T. Shn(ileof A!exandrifl,'Va., has cansed a fearful excitement. The examina tion comrrnnceij on Thursday. 4 A call for poblio meeting at Fanueil Hull wl issuer for Friday evening. Speeches war mads by Wendell Phillip, Key. Theodora Parker, Francis W. Bird,' end other,' who denounced jhe Fugitive Slave Law, in unmeasured terms, declaring that it ahould not be obeyed, and advising to the most determined resist ance." A series of strong resolutions were adopted,' recbgnizin? the principle of the Yirginia' coat of arms that "Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God,1' and that max im of Algernon Sydney which says "That which is not just is not law, and that which is not law is not to be obeyed, and declaring that, as the South had resolved to keep no faith wild freedom,'' the North,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 June 1854

urn- Tha following loiter from the celebrated Dr. James C. Aet gives the honest 'tide o' the Nostrum qbestlon Since the Public will use these remedied we Wish Tor the take of suffer ing humanity there Were more of them like hit Cherry Ptttoral and CathdtU ft'ils, whloh require no aeoreer ' to make them go down ' r'. '.' " 1 . ' ' . , . 1 '.:.! vr. i. LowelOeih April, I84r' , J Metsra . it Co., :.-; 'I 'r New' York City,';'1 - '. ' GcNTi.icMEH : Yours of the 23d inst.j ask' Ing me to join in a combination to put down the Ohio Nostrum Bill, oomea duly to band. 1 cannot nrrerta In ronr reanest for the lot. lowing reasons: , The law requiring that the composition shall be published, of erery medicine sold in the State, cannot work to the injury of any body who deserres protection. I have pub lished the recipes of my medicines for fifteen years, and believe this to be the honest way f making their virtues known to the commu nity. The Medical Profession publish their discoveries to the wo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 June 1854

1 ,- jootmn-l Ha uouti i lm an a3U Hi set WIS It. 1 l l Jnt. 10 41 6 talari IS 13 11 aspilu; l 17 18 ID H8 4, 9330, Fn. 3 9 10 If) 17 Wi AMI 13 H SO 1 6,7 13 It 18 1 7. I 27I2S ill mm. Mi s 30 31 7 in SfT. a: 7 in H ts!l7 3 1 6 10 11 12 It 15l" 21 S2 S3 i 20,30 0 7 19 in! 14 13 ShlSI 17 18 1 80 Art. v - li: i-'.ui.... 1 97 3 4 8 j 11.1311: Oct.1 ' 1 1 2 9 10 II B 9 Mil til 17 If 19.40 SI 15 10 l 1: is S8.27 28 K3 B4 SS 20,87,88,29 I K9.30 t Mst. t Si 9 Mil .11 rl,Nov. in; 11 IS 13, II) so J 14,13 15 1(1 17.1 82 83 24 28 87 SO 81 as ?3 30,30 35 99 00 31 87,89, Jim 8 3'! Die. iU Ill2 1 0 7 9 Ui 3 r 17 : ti - (31 II IS Mill IS 1(1 xr in i0i4l 21:222:1 28930 '20 S as m 1 A STRING. OF ITEMS. . The colored Free Masons of ilarricburg, ate building a hall in that town. ' , : , Diving Belles the ladies' at Cape Slay the coming summer. ; . . The Nebraska Indians, now in Washington, have just concluded treaties with our Guv- eminent. . . Rev. ' Miss Drown declines a call to a church at Cazcnov...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 June 1854

'"-'""--;;;tw...-.A,- .,,:r.i.,J7i..-.uf , lo 10iVV, ,(i r..,,, r, ... , . , 5ti j'fg -.-r j ..ri.j...-.o.oH.i l it) I Mtf.f .W 1 ; - - H A t..(i 'J ) ' i r I , I , r n a N .... Vi i i jl lie II.; B.; MASSER, EDITOll AND PllOPBIETOR. . OFFICE, MARKET STREET;1 OPPOSITE; THE POST OFFICE. 1Utl-J!..r) :tl illl'l l.-jl.l.-'j'l-t'S fflf terntttrr UditrirtiV jmtfflit'atttf Dom?st(i!' Utis, sctnue nnB the arts, asrfeulturr, itYarhtts, amustmcnts.'c'i (, ' , , rM" -Lr-ii w-. I.,:-: j oa ). xt l...i..-,..iJ,6..i-,.;-:'t.i,..-i. -- .1- . I.,; 1, -' t- JTjItY, NORTIIUtoEllLAND goUiNTY, 1A.;.ATUJIDAY, JUNLy l6,"-Ifi64'" ' j i ,' , ,i,,,. nrwi . - - - i ox,D SERIES VOL. "NliK'SEiliES.'VOL. 77' 0. 11." 14, NO. 7, i j., sPSSJSl Jc?:'l TWO DOl.l.AlO per nniiuin to be fniiS hull veorly in j advance. No panel uiscoi.linued until all arrt-urtiues urn I pais I Ail enmmuiiicntiona or letter, on lmttmrn. rrintnig to th ifte, I iiiHire attention, niuat be T 1'AIU. .... ,! , j, , ... ., TO CI.UH8., . : . Th...

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 June 1854

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAM QK1N JOURNAL,; f PnHn 11m N.w York Tlm.J I1H r. r- -- ; . leWon Riot-Tht mitn, talU4 oxtt-iy it rHnit. VnAirt far" nt iris orme t ftr. I t'h'now-Nothuics" ad Irish armta at persons dangerously teounded. , There was a terrible riol In, Brooklyn yee lerday, during ehieh ome fofty.or My per ons, either wltnesse or parlies causing , were very seriously injured. The particu lar, at near at our repoitera could learn, are as follows). I'iO i-r.U-i 'Hit On the previous Subbath, one of the street 'preachers who have been the cause of many disturbances in New York, went to Brook Jyn, accompanied by a body-guard, and preaoliod in a vneant lot-in Smith trcet'. During hit discourse, ha was several lime interrupted by persona who had evidently spent the previous portion of the day. where spirituous liquors were easily obtained. Sev eral atresia were the consequence of the disturbance, after which, the guard moved back to New York.. On their way down Alain street, they w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 June 1854

SUNBUJIY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. PALESTINE MORTGAGED TO TUB ; , , , KOTIISCUILDS. - -,. It is said, abroad, that Palesliuehas been mortgaged to the Rothschilds, at security for a loan advanced to the Sultan.' The rumor further asserts that, among the possibilities of 'the future, 1 is the erection of Palestine, On the conclusion of peace, into a Jewish King ' dom under the dynasty of the Rothschilds. That serious tertitorial alterations will grov? out of the pending war, is incontestible; and this suggestion regarding Palestine," however visionary it may seem, is, therefore, not quite absurd. ! That Palestine should fall into the posses sion of some othor people than the Turks is desirable, on many accounts. Situated, as it is, at a distance from the central government, and liable continually to the' exactions of Pachas, or the indifference of Governors, it offers .no sufficient Inducements for capital in antilit there, or industry to remain. It is consequently in a elate of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 June 1854

Until your bteeohw rejW for-betailr " if own th iu. ' , .ii.ifli ' " Word." are ilia ,OlioD8 r'e lbs Oll Of IhVsOuU. J ,y..n ' .V';.'A'.Ut-fol of CnnadV Jto.liani "liPVO been " encamped Hear AllJntown, To.; Tot a week Silier i wiid 10 ba9 been dtscovored in . (h. Hlona njinrry of IL MuMi'lnieny i'V.nj-'-Mster koA.iy,' '''' ' j The editor nt the Jackionfo.) TrbrWiV . new, my ha ' h. not -eon drunken man Hi Jackson, sine the Legislature adjourned. , ,U'". Po.tnge i.lm'rVhall.nve'boen once used "before, iboulJ not be put upon letter?, It w ery Improper, o the postmaster, says and h ought to know. ..'' : ' ;, There in a man in Boston; who, six months ngo, was in reduced circnmslnnces, but is 1 now making a not profit of 1500 pnr week by tha sale of a popular patent medicine.- u . . .' When yon eee a ynnng woman just out of ' bed at nine o'clock, leaning' with bar elbow nponfho table, gasping and sighing, "Oh ' dear, how dreadfully I feel" rely upon it she will not make a good wife. . TH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 June 1854

- ,.;vfr- . - . r I! a if irn in), t n a m 1' n o JL. :v i'VfflS - 1VJL JLU JL W JL 7 1 jL 1 JLJf H. B. MASSER, EDITOH AND PllOPMETOIl KEW RUPTUS VW, 7. NO. 12. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN Is paMlshest everr fcturJay at two DOI.l.AKS per annum to be pail hnlf yearly in tnrance. ii v pv PH eommanlratlrm. or letter, or itm-lnr. rel-Mng to hi office, to insure ttentimi, msst be J08 r VAIV. TO CLUBS. three conies to one address, tev-n ! Do 5 00 tool) 90 00 ' Fivedollsr. In advance will nay tot three year's .ub eription to the American. ne Pnunie of 16 lines, S timee, '.vrrv eulieeqnent Insertion, ne Square, 3 months, Mi months, )ne year, Insinesa Cords of Five lines, per annum, Icrchants and others, advertisin by the year, with the privilege of inserting different ailveitisements weekly. . flOO 300 fifKI CKIO 300 1000 iy larger Advertisements, am pci g. H. B I.A53EF., ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6DNBURT, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor liumbcrland, Union, Lycoming and Colum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 June 1854

Arrival of the Pacific. UIE FROM KUBOfE. Alette of the War Unchanged . Forts at Jlnngo bombarded by Sir Charlct bapicr Cotton unchanged. ! : i Naw York, June II. The Sieamihip Pacific, Capl. Nye, arrived in potl about half-pasl 0 o'clock this morn ing, with Liverpool datca of the 3 1st ult. The Pacific left Liverpool on the 3 1st ult., 2 o'clock, P. M. and hai maJe the run in a little over eleven day. She brings 167 passengers.- The .steamship Africa arrived out at 10 o'clock on the evening of the 28th nil. A aleamahip from Sir Charlea Napier's fleet, brings Hie intelligence that Gustasvar nas vras bombarded on the 22J, without ef. feet. Another attack was attended on the 29ih. The advanced works of Hongo in the Ral lies, have been bombarded and destroyed, and Sir Charles was about attacking the main fortifications. The allied fleets were blockading Sebas tapol. The Turkish fleet had arrived off Varna on its way lo the Circassian const. The telegraph fiom Belgrade announces that Sil...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 June 1854

Communication. For thi Sunbury American. TUB ECLirSB AHn Till! 1IAMOKIN TEL EGRFH. H. B. Masser Under this head, the editor of the Sun. bury Gazette, in hie paper of the 10th inst, Inform the ypr!d that he reoeiyed a Tele graphic dispatch from Shamokin, on the 7th inat., which was dated on the 26ih of May, remarking that "Telegraphs are of some uo anyhow, although it does take a fortnight for a Communication to travel over some of them." . For what purpose this statement was tnaile t can scaicely conjocturp, especially os it has no foundation in truth, and as I feel myself some what implicated in not promptly furnishing news to the editor, by Telegraph, which he or any one else could have found in any nlmanao, it may be proper to state that the editor himself must have been under an eclipse, or that some wag has greatly humbugged him with a bogus des palch, as no message whatever, was trans mitted over the wires for him, on that or any other subject, from that time to the present. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 June 1854

A STRING OF ITEMS. To Prevent Boii.s Take a tablespoon full of yeast, in a jj'.nss of water, Iwica a day , !oo Catcheu's Motto "1 coma to bury (Jxsar, hot to praiso him." i To Remove Fricii.es. -An ounce of alum and an ounce of lemon juice, in a pint of rmewaler. . A Tai'B SaYiko Somebody soys, "Ilo is a brave man who is not afraid to wear old clothe, until he is able to pay for new." A Novel Thace. Somebody advertise to sit up with the tick at $1,50 per night; "duliiium tremens," double price. Died at Sea. Mr. Beecher, wife of a Baptist Missionary to Bermuda, recently died at sea, while returning to the United Sinte. Splnkv. A few days ngo a woman in Cincinnati whipped her husbnnd soundly, and then tried to drown herself in tlio canal, but wa rescued. Preserving Flowers and FnuiT Dip lhnm in a solution of gum arnbic and water two or three limes, waiting a sufficient time between the immersion to let them dry, A New Patent. Wm. Real, of Lowell, Mass., has got a patent for an improvm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 June 1854

i i ' f i 11 x "if .w V - ' ; ;7. " V H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND' PROPRIETOR. r. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFK a jramfls Slrtttspuper-DeDouB to ftoutrrs, flfteraturr,: Hotaitt, jforctflit an5 Domestic Rictus, Science mrt the Arts, ftflrtculturr, iwartuts, amusements, fcc IEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 13. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND' COUNTYPA.";' SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1854. ! . . !l . .- ' tV '.!! OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, m :m--A: W Hi nv . MY V , 'i m t " 1 m m i - u - . r mm, mi i. .. y 1 1 ' ' 1 . : 1 ... ' 1 , 1 . . L TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. I,H.R..A.M.KR,0A1, ' P"Wlhil every Batnrdsy at WO UOI.I.AUS per annam to be paid half yearly In vance. No panel discontinued until a 1.1. irrMravii mrm id. Alt commnniratlimi or letten on business relating to I office, to insure attention, mart be TOST l'All). ' I TO CLUBS. . enplet to on adtlreM, ' tslto j , . i , V ,,, Do 1(100 iwen Ui Do 80 0U 'ive dllart in advnnc will pay for three yeai'i aub lptka to the American. SELECT POETRY. e Snunie of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 June 1854

From th PI Is Ledger. Jims lOih. rBMEST OF TIIK aUIKDAY LAW Ps Suvr Up.-Yeterday wat the fi Mperimenl ia llie genernl enforce lilho Sunday law, according to the llion of th new Mayor, who direct eificera to report ef ory keeper of "ale . n taverns of other-public houses or Ji woo kept his place of business open r-fY However conducive iis enforce H be to the "ease of fcrcntlon.1' and I je and good order of the city, there afn portion of our citizens upon whom tbl is neither trannuilizins nor calcu- huelieve them from disquiet and au nt. This portion comprises the tavern In themselves and their thirsty custo ttThe former were in high dudgoon at Interference with their rights," and the Were as uneasy as a fish out of water if1 may be allowed to use a comparison wimplies any unnsuul affection for that el on the part of the visitors aforesaid- Vs public manifestations of sorrow were eied. One tavern, keeper, in whose hon Sunday the stream of "wet damna tlflows as actively as a spring fre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 June 1854

" A DflfcAbFIL EARTHQUAKE AT SAM SAL VADORLOSS or LlFK. a circumstantial account of , the terrible earthquake which occurred at San Salvador, on the 10th of Aptil las!,! Is girett in the government organ of San Salvador, which we find translated in the New York Hetald The wotk of destruction -was accomplished in ten second. The population of the city is about 25,000.' San Salvador is the eapitol of the country of that name In Central Amer ica. It has suffered greatly in pint! timet from earthquakes. Severe ones are recorded as hitving ocourred in the years 1975, 1393 1635. 1686. and 1798. Another, which oc- cured in 1839, shattered the city, and led the noonle of, abandoning it. The volcano bas also, several times, thrown onl sand, and threatened general devastation. But none of the earthquakes alluded to were compara ble with that now recorded. . The event has inspired so profound 4 terror, that the people do not propose to return again to the same site, but to select a new localit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 June 1854

A STRING OK; ITEMS. During tholwelra day Ending' hl3I inst., ther were seven cholera deaths at Memphis, Teun- ;.rvi?V JA ' JVJ Comliand Chsrles Johnson is to be hi.mg at Harriburg, 06 Friday", XAUgl SSth.Jfor, the murder of Nathaniel P. Coiypf.'' ; f pant. 'Henderson Ciaxso'n died of .cholera, on tha iinmer J. 0. Clint", neat Louisville, on Saturday last. '';' r' " " At Nashville, lh cholera does not. npppnr to be. very fatal,, tha deatha not averaging over three daily. . - : " ;:'' -r . Two young daughters of Colonel Fos, of Charlestown, Mass., died of cholera, uiiTue day the 13th inM. "' - An English journal dates, with great serf ousncss, that an emigrant with a wooden leg is not allowed to land in any port of ilia Uni ted States. ; , . Art unthracite Hast furnace is to bo'rect- ed at Norristown, by a company possessing a capital of $60,000. . , i ' . - It will be good news to honsekeepera to learn that the price of beef, which has late ly commanded such extortionate figures, is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 July 1854

.. ,.'JVC'-l'- ew ! - - A 4 :- . . -Urx i ....... r U RY at' i f t 1 110 II. K. MASSE1I, EDITOR AND HIOPIUETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Mill P, A TO j ii ii V 1 ti. IJi ISKUIE3, VOL. 7, NO. 14. &MS OF . THE AMERICAN. sMKHlCAN In piililishril every ftutuiday itl ll.l.AKri per mmum In bit paid hnlf yearly in No panel discontinued nnlil all nrrcomgos r I ' Hiiuuiintion. or tetters on business Tetiitmg In u iiuura attention, must be I'OST l'AID. TO CLUBS. It to ona ..Wrest, - ' !) Dei 1"" 1' stMM' Hirs lu mlvitnoo will pity tot Hire year's sub 4) the Amertcun. in .v. rm .1. VII . offl I re. a re il. 'iVoM pliill e 3nu a of K lines, 3 times, w sn sfnuent insertion, t qai of 3 utuntlis, UK 111 S, e yejtr. lint-ss i nrrls of Five lines, per annum, tenants mil others, sdvertisins; by Inn ear, wtth the privilego of inxerting iri-ionliiilvertisi-mi-ills weekly. r lirgci Advertisements, os per srermeiu. f ino 9.1 ) 61 HI HHI SOU 1000 VTTOUNEY AT LAW, EOHBTJHY, PA. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 July 1854

(From lira Mining Rejtitw.J eoAtlMmOTEUBKlM iw otheh v ItEGlONSJ. Tb ooal-carrying facilities of the Luzerne ,J ShumokfH regions, thus far, bava been yery limited. They hare had but lha bus nueWonna wnal u an outlet, and consent J (heir production of coal bat not been ai l't u it otherwi.a wouIJ have been with additional meana of transportation. The im provement, in progress, however, designed ,o psnelrate these region, when completed, will place them in a condition to ship any quantity of coal their marketa may require. A brief reference to what ia going on will not be without interest to the trade. The Luzerne region will ahortly have the advantage of an opening to the whole of northwestern New York, first, by the North , Branch Canal to Waveily, which connects with the principal canals of the Empire Slate; and next by the North Pennsylvania Railroad, leading in the same direciion. There is also a route surveyed for a railway from Wilkbarre to New York city, which is pronounced fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 July 1854

EDITORIAL COItRESPONDEItCE. (7. S. Hotel, Philadelphia, June 26, 1354. f The business season, so far as merchants re concerned, is nearly over, and Philadel phia in Market street and other localities o( wholesale dealers, wears a dull appearance. Not so, however, w ith the mechanics and manufacturers ; which after all, are the true source, of the wealth and prosperity of the city. These are as busy as ever. In the summer they provide for the fall and winter trade, and in the winter, for that of spring end summer. Thus they are ever busy, and what is better, prosperous and thriving. There is not a town on the Susquehanna, thai iniuht not be made equally so. by the ex penditure of a little capital and enterprise. The flourishing towns in the New England States afford a happy illustration oft bis fact With a sterile soil and but little mineral wealth with scarcely any natural advantages, ex cept water-power and yankee energy, they have built up towns, which for elegance, taste and comf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 July 1854

SUNliUltY 'AM Kit 1 C A M f i N D 'SHAMOKIN JOttllNAL tOJIRl'RV.AMKBICAA ? , COUNTI II O VSK A I. M A N.A C j A ST1UNG OF ITEMS- A lniublo slatuo of Santa Anna l.as betiis! oi JcreJ by llio governor of Tubasco. Tho Artunian Well in Charleston is 1150 feet deep, and they glill are boring deeper. Know Nothings. ll is believed that there two over ten thousand voters in New Orleans who are connucted with this mysterious orga nization. An exchange paper asks very innocently, if it is any harm for yomig ladies to tit in tho lapse of oges. A Dottier replies that it nil du pe ml a on the kind of ages selected. Thoso from eighteen to twenty-five it puts down as extra hazardous. "Once on a lime," and Irishman and a ne gro were fighting, and whilo grasping with each other, tho Irishman exclaimed, You black divil you, cry 'onough!' I'll fight till I die !" "So'll I !" eung out the negro, "I al ways does." At an editorial dinner, lately given by P. T. Barnum, at his residence, Bridgeport, Ct., t...

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