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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 December 1846

TERNS OF THtS " AMERICAN." H. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISBLT. Pea Itsntna A 5 PaoraiaTaae. JST. B. MJ8SKB, Bditor. in Centre JY?ey, in le rear eT. Yw ser's STore. THE AMERICA TeubTlened every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be faid half yearly in advance. Ne paper discontin ued till all arre a rage are paid. , ... , . . No subscriptions received for a laaa period than ix MoMtn. All communications or letlara on business relating to the office, to inaure attention, Boat be POST PAID. 1 REMOVAL. JOHN. II. PURDY, RESPECTFULLY informs hia Mends snd cuitomera, that ha haa removed hii stork of go t Is to the Wtone Hou, on Msiket square, foim. ecly occupied hy Mr. Wm. Dawart, where ha will be hippy to serve bia old customers and the pub lie generally, n ai Rood teima, and at aa low pri ce can be bad elewhere. A large assortment of tiroeerie. Dry Gooda, and liueensware. constantly on band. June 7ib, 1818. tf. Tin and Sliccl-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. ISLINSOBOVS, PBNXf'A. THE subscriher rei-peet...

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. — 26 December 1846

SC.NBtmT AND RRIK MAIL HO ID. We learn that a convention 'of At frtM4 of he Sunbnry and Erie Railroad Wilt to tield irt Mu'lalelphia bn" InSTS'" "of Jan.'.neat, for th purpose eftaking measure to pretevate tbten rprief a Northern Railroad rout between Philadelphia and Pittsburg A Special meeting vftbe Erie board of Trade wat bsld abort tiro nc. the Ron. Jam Thompson, Gen. C. M. fl-eJ. W. Miloer Robert, Rq., Civil Engineer, J. 3. Johnson, Esq , Statt Srnator, end Metr. tfould, A it J Sanborn, Representative, wre p ' pointed Delegate to tht Philadelphia Conven tion. Wehvelong tine etprrtsed nr preference far the northern route over both the central and southern.' We believe it to be the roost eligible for many eraser,. U wat surveyed several years since, when the State Canal wa rrt eonlempl. tion, and was abandoned for the prfaef.t route, ntity became it wa that from Its more northern Jatitode, the canal wonld clone earlier in the ax n. It ha been ascertained that there art 9000 f 1 l...

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. — 26 December 1846

r I.OIO IVoan tUf Army, " Tbe itesmihip A isbama arrived at NeOr leant on the 13th instant, bringing datee from Brazos to tha Itth, and Monterey to the lit! Oen. Taylor had returned from Saftillo, which wat all in the quiet possession of the tronpt an der Ren, Worth. No demonetratlon had been tnade against him, though at a distinct nf only tbirt milet thetcoutt of Uen, , Worth had dit covered about 3000 cavalry, laid to hare been tent from Pototi. Gen. Wool hat been ordered by Oen. Taylor to occupy tht town of Parrat. The inhabitant! made no opposition to Oen. Wool, but wera prepared to receive him peaces b'y. His troop are enjoyinf excellent health, and are in the finest state of discipline. It was understood that General Taylor would occupy all the posts and towns upon tha Una of nprationt to Tampico. He would himself short ly take up tbo line of march upon Victoria, where rumor tayt Santa Anna hat 10.000 choice troops. The poatetsion of Victoria it indispensably ne ceasary to On....

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. — 26 December 1846

.. Fiwn thn New Orleen Pictyuoc ; at Mowteeej. The following fCeft Was described to mt by an officer commanding! regiment in tb 3 f diri in at the battlee. of Monterey. I Rive it almost In hi own languajre. as fi ertoke of if th Jay alter it occurred (,21th ., September .)' He hea r'ccUrrd often a;.nce, that it made him feel ton tiincntHl evrry time ho thought of ir. and I am sural never thought of accnsiojr him " weak ik, for it gate w tbe blues to hear him tell the store. And thi,' aaid he. In pwhinff of homo r nii.tds me. of an afoctinjr cene of I1 niht. I w entered by Col. Child to take a company of my rejiment and break In the dnora of row nf house in the second ptsli. t had gone near !v through without neeinfrt ma, when, for a ;m, the effort of my men were eicor'etl In vtin to CPt in'o one that seemed barricaded with cre. A the hinge of the door wore h.-i!t n pieo way, a tremulous voire on the in e'i.U' lipPfrhpd me not to break the tlnordnwn, it fliou'd he opened. When unlock...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 January 1847

I TERNS OF TUB " AMEB1CAHV' If. B. MASSER, 1 1 Pviuhui am . JOSEPH EISELY, S Paoraisreas. M. B. JIJSSKJl, editor, Offiet in Centre' Alley, initt fear of H. 3iw $er't Store. THE AMeRTCXN'TTpubiSKeJ every Saler day it TWO DOLLAR8 per annum to be paal half yearly in advance. Ne uaper diseontin aed till all arrearages at paid. No subscription received for a leaa period than an mouths. All communication! or If Hera on business relating loth office, to iuiure attention, must be POST PAID. : ' REMOVAL JOHN. H. PU11D Y, RESPECTFULLY informs his Mends and V customers, that he has remoed his stork tf goads to the Stone House, on Maikel square, form erly occupieJby Mr. Wrn. Dewart, vrhrra he will be happy to errve hia old customers and the pub lic generally, on ssgood lerme, and at aa low pri eca aa can be h.id elsewhere. A large assortment of Groceries, Dry Gooda. end IJiieensware, const nntly on hand. June 87th, 18 46. if. Tin anil Shecl-Iron Wnrc MANUrACTORY. 8BLII780SOTB, PBNN'A, THE subsc...

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. — 2 January 1847

CARRIER' ADORES -.- to til ' PATRONS OF TH "AM:CAW." Jmmnmtf t, tMT ; t Tjmi lie on, to sayt the port, . Tbst you, and kit tkt work! bit kntw H, A ad therefore I again trppetr, To greet you with tnt newborn year. 1 need oot say wfctt all mutt know, , , Thtt every year we elder grow; But, whether wear growing better, It a tomewhot doobtfut matter, At least, in morale, Which, like pearle or coraU, . Too oft are catt before ewint. One, Pope, hat takl, , . Who, although dead, Still live! in every line : "Vice is a monster of tuch tedious mien, "That to be bated needt but to bo teen," Which we all inow, Cannot be so. Therefore, to define bit position, The poet made thie wiae addition : "But teen too oft, familiar with Lit face, "We firat endure, then pity, then embrace.' It it in the abute Of thia last clauae, We find the caute, Or rather excuse, For modern diaeipation. It ia not only faahion, But pure companion, Which, they aay, At tbit day, Dignities the ttation Of idlers, drunkards, g...

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. — 2 January 1847

The following it bill of itemi presumed to Uie jury in "breach of prom isV'c tee recently tried tt Sprinkles-burp, sit; Mr. Eur n ai.it , To Mm Jhhilaii , Da. To dancing three cotillions on first quaintance, $ 15 00 To value of 3 eight and orre dream that night To thinking of the color of hit eyet one lay at church, To going to the racee, after refuting aix other beaux, To cutting three Gne felfowe to pleate him To making a watch chain, To cost of material for ditto 6 bitt To five rump and two flirtations To tearing a gown and bursting t stock ing in the said romp, To one kiss stolen, To allowing him to kiss my cheek ten times without flincliinir 11 each, To a long walk by moonlight, including sentiment lost, To 30 blushes when Iip popped lh qtiet- 250 00 488 00 623 00 lion. To my heart alas ! coom 1 04 S-2 The MuHrNiNo line we learn irom mi- jor H. Downing, President and Agent of the j Athvitie and Ohio line of Telegraph, who is ' now in this ci'y, that the line from Pliiludelpliri...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 January 1847

Applying tkaa PriWttpl. A bract) of lijfi, thrust, Conitl'bV to far through pair of mott'ed p t ami attached tot coupitof tht targeit atd fret, which were sncaed io twiji cowhide, brorranii, formed tht .ituVrpinnin, tu A Ion ?.!tbideil Uajy, of Other wine gentrou proportioi. tbt whol feeing urtnuunted by a head, which wet covered with ;rey fvt year old, (at leist) tonl skin cap. Piitt aum total -lea, pants, feot, tcvly, and .":.peau wa the property, bjr. psfjioii, of llr Ziina Humpuo. . . , Zenat hsd been on 'a bit' tlurirg the nijfht rrci.vw, and had aquandersj full half a dollar v n himselfj ia white eye and iweetenin. But hn returning aenaej made him feel phiT')ophi .', nod on the morning wo apeak of hint, he stood, at an early bniir, in street, trazin? ("chnnically at the Telegraph wire toloiiAjui 2:n; thus w ipe . . ,'ic ! Thai' tho tclergvf W -'ic Well, I oWi. poorccive nuthiu per 'ic cu her 'Lcut them atrinj-s on'y "oee bigger 'en t'tother 'ic' riiat'.e UghCnin line, ibo 'un'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 January 1847

TtttMIS OF Till: AMEmcAS" HJNBUmY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. If. U. MASSE It, JOSEPH E1SELY, rmcr.s of Aivr:nTiSLo. t square I insertion, $ft M I d.J S d.t . . . . 0 7ft I do 9 d i . . 1 (." Kety sutn-e-; jet.t in-crtii.n, ' 9 Yearly Advoitiaanienta i one column, I -53 j !.. column, fH, threo squares, (112 j two mjuures, f H , one square, $!. Half-yearly: ona cnlurfth, f H . half column, Jt ; three sjuaren, f 3 ; twos-iuaics f5 one square, J1 f.O. AdTerlinemen'a li lt witlu":t i!lr!v;l'n t n? ) !'..' length of lime they are to lp piihlihrd, vi'll- eoutinueJ until ordered out, and charged acco' ' ingly. trjSnteen lines or less make a rquare. I'oiniiNHi ana J Psoraisroas. . B. Jt.lSSKK, Kdltor, Ojjfict tit Centre Allet, ?r Ac rear o . Vas. it-r'i Slore. THE ' AM ERIC A N'MslrmbluheJ every Satur day lit TWO DOLLARS per annum tote ' paid half yearly in advanre. No pnper discontin ued till all airearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than nt hdsthi. All commun...

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. — 9 January 1847

'VBnsons xt.aq. Tit tht Settee" and IlovM nf ReprncntetiMi. Gc.fTi.tMCR: The Legislature ha em bird it s.sime which is I'i-sMnpuiBlirsJ ir the gx ftenil health smI prosperity or lb people. While we deplore thtj went and wretched rvM or number or our race, resulting, principal ty from the influence ol unjmt government, e are enabled, bycwmparing our condition tsvith their, to-pptcite the Kiestinnbio value of pur emit' free institution, end nr moveJ to smi'e our grateful henrra in adoration and prase .irthe wonderful goodncs of our Hesvenly Es ther, who hi multiplied our civil atxl religion blessing, and h( not only preerveJ u from the horro-jof want, but heeensbled-innont of our abundance, to feed the hungry, and vas madtvjg preat and a happy people. 'Since the !aet adjournment ol the Cesrefal A.' eetnbly, the peore which had eo lo(f subsisted Ic-twetn this nation and the other nation 6f ihe w 01 1.1, has b?niHittirbrtl fcythre "war between the United States snd Mexico. The grave cau...

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. — 9 January 1847

1 !.'. , '".1- .JtLJL.IJi.J. i ,..ftj CorfC-pofidunee Af tho Public Ledger. FhoM Wasiiinoton. WiaHtNuroN, Jan. 5,1917. Since t list Wrole'lo jtoii, political prospects begin to loom out, and parlies be. in to acquire aome consistency. The (riit'ihAv hn the po litical chesfboaril Is to be niade in the course of few days, end tlie preparatory alepi have al ready been taken. The Lieuteuant G4n4ral?hip i. still fhe ab sorbing political topic of the day, little else be ing talked of but that, and Iho compliments of thu season bing now already pretty well for (rotten. Yotterday waa ntivcrthrleai a great day fur the people who ara fond of viriit injf . There was quite a jam at tlin President', and "a handsome reception at Mr. Vice President i)illrti'. All the Secretaries but Mr. Buchanan, rho dined out, kept open houses ; Senator Denton did the Mine ; and the dowager ladies of the grout siepirted wero also quite agrecablo and received eills from distinguished Senators and ttcri'ilu.w. 'The...

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. — 9 January 1847

UA A -IS. X o t i: Is I 1 rnXXSVIaTAXIt. T'r f diowl'irt li") "h 'Vrt the rvt nt vidua nf all nni'!vaiiirt Funk X tn. The ni.isi jinpli. 'I re !nfr may be p'tired np-m it, ' il PfWTy wrtk ar.fui'y eiitnpirc I with ai J ciirnx'cj f oin Blik" it'a lVporcr. llanUa la VJiHatlcJhia. N'(1TE3 AT rH. f.ir.k nf the V.nlhrM l.ihrrt;? . f -.'litriorrisiJ Ihl.k r.f PriirYj. . P'lif'-en' .'in J Mcelm.i.V fial-k Kiinnatii P .it.lt . .'tiiULty.;, B:.k M"-v:!ii;j n.u.k . -t'liwaik Bpttk ". esiprn n.irit Wi!, u.iri.' il-lt.k v 'i n'.ir (i n r' .t Nf.-c h it.;CJ H .lik I'-.i.k i'f Peon To" !' hip . l-,i'1? i CarV I! it If nf Corrmrr'-r, t-.ta Moyarn. twit f IVink ofPerntlvanii Pnr pat par par pr pr pr l f.m ! pr pv intr i.f rlirtrr C.-iiirii) ' ii-U .f IVIiwnn (-!in-y ' '.iik of f Jcrmai'l n ii " !;) ) H .Tik Vi'i -:,.;i.N!rr "ln;'l, ?'- Di". Ii j! J'vu J1' p.r pr p,f p.r m..r. tfl..k cf p.irk M." i-'i.! '"'or . . l;nniiiriui.i v rin:i!r.'rt..i.ij pi . : 1 1 in ' . Ilii.kiV rinlifc r,i." i iiliirti'i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1847

Trnns or tub ameiucax." It. B. MARKER, ' I Puausitnnn AKD JOSEPH EI8EUY. $PoiTon : r, B, JtA&SKU, EdiUr OJice in CmtrijUey,lnihi rear ef li. Mat ter'! Store.) THE " AMERICAN" lipubliVhfJ every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS par annum to be paid hiilf yearly in advance. No paper dieconlin tied till all arrenrna;ee am paid.' No aubscriptiona received for a leaa period than m jiontbi. All communication! or letters on business 'relating to the office, to Insure attention, must be POST PAID. REMOVAL: .1 O II N. II. P U It D Y, RESPECTFULLY- inf.irraa hi. f.ienda and customers, that hp lino removed hi stork of cm la to the Stone House, nn Maiket square, form. etlv occupied by Mr. NVm. Dewart, where he will j be happy to serve his old customer and the pub i lie generally, on ai gom) trtma, and at aa law pri- cm n can be h id elsewhere. A large assortment of Groceries, Dry Gooda, and CJiieen.wate, cpiit.intly on hand. June t7ih, 1816. if. Tin and Slicet-lroii Ware MANUFACTORY. SBLINSOHOVSi PE...

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. — 16 January 1847

inponvAMT rumor rnon attcxico. Vn Smut Anna advcncwg Oen. Worth ot Saltilh with 13.000 rntnGtn. Worth ailing bnck Upon Monterey Ty lor aJvmncing lo the nvffort of IVorl Pt'frron on hit tnirch l Moutcrry A Buttle expected, . We have teceiveJ, (say th Nw Orleans Mercury,) through the politeness of a commer en) hoes in thit rity, fb subjoined extract oft letter written by an intelligent gentleman at Tamnito. and received by an arrival at Mobile : Tamuco, Dec. 17. A.lv.cet, via Vera Crut, wer received last evening, ofthe action of the Mexiran Congress. They decreed that they will siol think or treat f peace until every hostile foot h cleared Mexi can tf, and every vetael that line her cost ia withdrawn, leanaider the war now commenced m rent earnett, and I prophecy that Tampico will iiccomean American town. From the N. O. Delta, Jan. 3 from aha Army or OcewpaMotti ("apt. Hrown, of the ecbr. Robert Mill, w i formed by Capt. Todd, of fhe TJ. 15. Army, t) at Stiota Anna, at th TiesA" of 15...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1847

VVbiort' In! VctiTAtit fiu,, in ddi tion lo bring of th beat tnli-biliotia medi cine in th world, posnea powor la removing psln, which if truly Mtnnihing. Four or fit of Mid luditn Vegetable Pill, taken very night on going io bed, will in abort lirot completely rid the body of thoto morbid humors which, if lodged in the liver, are the caute of fisin in the tiJe, comctimet extending through to the shoulder blade, difficulty of beathing, nause and steknes, lore of ppctite, coativcnr, indigestion, flatulen cy, wrthy or yrllow complexion, and other symp tom sf an Inflammation or torpid atale of the li ver. Wright Indian Vegetable Pilla al o thorough ly cleans the stomach and howela of all biliotla humor, and oihar Impurity, and therefore are certain cure for cholic, Jyaentery, cholera mortal, and every other dia order of the intestines. They Lo aid and improve digestUn, and consequently lve health and vigor ti the whole frame, a well as Jrive disesse ol every name from the body. Btwnrt ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1847

IFrom the Hamilton (C. V. Spectator A JFmt aaotwwrlo. Appearance are often Terjr deceiUu', but re- r more a? than when a lady aasiimei foa!a at-i-f, tni In that disguise visits; one of her, own , end pouri into her willing ear a portion of tfi soft, tweet attains of fteter-ending We. There I KHnfflhifigttrtAg anil ronatic a tout practice of th lad tee making love to finch n'hiT, for which we could Defer account. Whe "i r it fa done through niiachtevov p'ayfulctess 'roro a rrjTe curiosity to know the rjcretsof vir h?aTtt ; or whether it arie from a de- re to be rvenpd on the vx, by a portion of if who have never themselve been lavrrred with a lover, thejr only know who practice it. We make the foregoing remark by way f introducing a series of courting adventure which lately fell to the lot of a buxom yonng Inth ctrl residing in this vity. This maiden of the would4e masculine gender rejoice in the i ton of Eliza McCorrnick, and for the last two if three year ha manifested tuch a anici...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 January 1847

"sr TKKMS OF THH " .MKltlG'AK." H. B. MASfTcR, ruBLn.iM JOSEPH EI3ELY. SPHonttt.. JtT. B. JIJISSKtt, ditor. Ojfiti in Centre AlTeyTt't' iWrear cf It. Mo ' ter't Stare. - day al TWO DOLLARS per annum to bt paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearages are pant. ' No subscriptions received for a less period than stx mouths. Al! communications or letters on business relation to the office, to in m re attention, m.iHtberOST PAID. - II-.. 1 1 ??Jill-.";l ..... .9 Boot & Shoe ESTABLISHMENT. DANIKL DltUCKKMlU.KK. At hit Vld Establishment, in Marht Street, Sunhiirtj, (orrosiTK the rfd i.io hotix.) "ITft ETMRNS his thsnk for pnst f ivor. and re al "Pcifnlly inform hia fiiemls ant) the puUic generally, ihst he continues lo manufacture to ot tier, in 111 nested and Intent stjla, CIIIMI HOOTS AM) SilOCS, s.v.maiited nf the lest mnti riil, ami wade by (lie mot cipeil. need workmen. He also keep, rn bund n genenl aaoitmeut of fashionable H.ui! for fji-nib mee, togeth...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 January 1847

Trmn the 2os Crlesna Picayan?, 9t! inat. J.atr rftArvitB oetr acAono. TAtnurrst Lac.ia. Dy the arrival of the 'rtte'echooner Amatls, taken off Alvarado oa 'he27th ult. by the U. S. ateamer Mississippi, ir netsfh'yir of the Mercury yeetJy rewi-iV-H Inter Itetva Ymm 'tfe sqmVdron and anae v.nnt of th taking ofLaguna by Com. Irrjr. It seems that Corn. P. arrived off That place with 20th n't. with the steamers Miaa'mippl, Potrel, "Vixen and Bon It n, and the Mine day tok possession ttt'the place without opposition dftwi raiinona were destroyed, torn 600 lbs. o? powder taken, and fifty soldiers disarmed, el though the latter affected to be favnnbly iippo-e-d to '.lie cause of the CampeseMane. The setter hid declared themselves -rmirety lnde pendent ot'.'riexico, and had eent thelrcommis sinner, or'tt.e schooner Siealfiro Ko'Com. Con ?,' Vinton Ivzsrdo, to requeat him to desist t'-Vcm any houile measure against Yucatan, un til commiasionera 'aoufd be aent to the Govern ment ot the United ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 January 1847

From the Washington Fountain. TIIK WAR. Nbw Vt.ki r Or-castion KsTiAOioiKAtr Ravat.aTions. We reed in the La Patrimot the ilst nit., a Spanish paper pobliahed in New Or leant, bjr Aleman Si t?met , the following extra ordinary revelation nf the tew plan of operation in the war with Mexico : "The government appear to confide much in Gen. Scott, who hat just gone, to the field of ope rations, and from whoae diplomatic and military tactici, it hope to gain great advantage. The plan of operation, we learn, ti a follow : General Taylor, Instead of moving upon San I.ui Potosl, will repair to Skltillo, where he will remain lor a short period. 'Gen. Scott, af ter having made irtme nrrangemeTtts'bn the Rio Grande, will hasten toTampico, where he will assume the command of the 7,000 volunteers re cently called out and ordered to assemble kt that point. From Tampico, Gen. Scott will march toward Vera Crut, and Gen. Taylor will make a limultaneous movement toward Tampico with all the trpop he c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 January 1847

jm f !! i J 'ij AilnnMin ifk "Buhhl l.r." One of tho witty corre Bpondenti of the New Vnh Spirit of the Time fjive the follnwinfl ' i'forwii dilemma of a certain "bashful lover:" l!rnetne waa Danplml. we need to call ', Szk' for ihort. Heaven lielp me If he VT should fee this etoty. I hope ho don't the 'Spirit.' Among hia many misfortune f.if be was cockeyed, red-haired, and knock 1 -ri'J ho numbered that inconvenient one of t.hfulneM ; nevertheless he wa fond of the Mice-, alilionirti when in their presence he ne ri-r pnonil hi mouth if he. could hli it, and hn he did rpeak he need both hand to help him to tb!k ! in (tier, he waa a jonntr man ol 'I'nsiit neiiuisa. Jork, tne worm day, fell in love wi'h the eweeteM, liveliest, mrwt Imydun teh Rirl in tho .qtnre ; but hotv to t-11 hia hve 1 (ar was the rub. He had heard a (;nud deal (' tho '!aiij?ii"i:e iflhe eyea,' and lio according- 1 . j . . . - ...1 1 1 1 ly tned tint ; but whenever he looked part.iu- lrlv har.l at thu window wher...

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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