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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 March 1847

TERMS OF THE " AMEIIICAX." H. B. if A88ER, JOSEPH EI8BLY. ) PoeUaXaBS ABB I PnerntBTOa. jr. tt. MjtaasH, e. 1 Mi in Centre 4ey, in the rear ef tt. Mat- THE" AMSRIOAN" UiblKl every Satur day t TWO DOLLARS per annum la be paid Waif yearly in advance. No piper discontin ued till ah arrearages ere paid. No subscription received for a lees period than it wotbs. All communications or letters on business relating o the office, to insure attention, taoet be POST PAID. XT. H. THOMPSON, Fashionable BOOT AND S1IOK MAKER, Mark Stbst, Sonaoat, THANKFUL for past favors, bege leave to in form hie friends and the public generally, thai he haa Jort returned from the city with new end feshionshle laels, and full sssnrtmrnt of Light colored, Bronte, Black Kid, and all other kinds of Morocco for Uentlemen, Ladies and Children's Wear j and he ssaures all woo may ivor mm wnn their cuetom. thai thev may rely noon having their woik done in the irnai aulwtantial and fashionable . . a . , nil 1 - - - . i J. ...

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. — 6 March 1847

.ju UlTtt ritpaTAMPiCO.,.... , i 3fe Arrival of d Louisiana Volunteer at rkmpieo, til Inf eluded Oed. Cot General Sftxt expected daily at Tepic Oalherlng ' f tins JRiOcko Defence tl Vera Cruc. . WMRnwroft, Marcti 3- u'clejck. Kw Orleans paper 6 the JW hat been re reie tj ,lKe i?othrn snail, of fbi serving. They cm tin ilrioetAiMiTtvifinotothelSth, Oslvmton In the 19th, Brito tothe 18th, and yen Crut pper of the 2 1 u!t . Th luniena Volunteers wrecked mi board Ihe Ondiaka are &J life, with the txception o' whom Col. Do Russey wa cooet rawed 4o leave behind. No action had occurred between rba volunteer tod th Msxicsns, and tbry r--hed Tsmpico ia safely i tbeOih, in general jfoml health, but macti exhausted by the forced march. peven were abandoned few miles frmii thn (3 rut encampment, befog enable' to inarch, and it wee found impossible to carry tnem through the wind on litter. One subse quently overtook tho main tody, and tln r maindcr probacy fell Into the hands of the an- The ...

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. — 6 March 1847

RctoinIno to tun Wa. Wo find in Pittsburg paper lb) following paragraph in re. forence to Cap!. HiH t ' t Cn'rt Wl Captain it;jf trr(v4 i this city, from tbe teat of (ntrrim-wt on Tuesday ercoiojr, and left yecterdey on tho steamboat New J2nf-land, on hit way to Mexico to resume the commend of bie company. The captain in forme ue titet be bet been fn rotted with full power-to hove the mutineer in hie company, who attempted hie life at New Orleana, court Biartieled and properly pooiahsvJ. CapL. Hill goneratee Celt. Wynkoop and B'ack from all .blame attached to bis difficulty. !( St. Dummoo.-The N. O. Timet atytt 'By the arrival here yesterday, of tht brig 8ratna.it, Captain Blackman, from Part ail-Prince which place tbe let on the let nit., we learn from a pattvngar, that Preaideal Ritchie left Port-au-Princvon the 13th January, with 13,000 troopa for HaytC It wat intended to rciae 6000 teen more, in ordar to inereaae the army to 3.1,. COO. The remainder of the army were at Port ex P...

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. — 6 March 1847

Battle rltfc k VMMiAat ' ' " ' - tart iiAiAtr?i. f I waa onoa calle4 vpoa ia my Malar year to ntoh with an insane etttdeat. r ' '0 It had mowed til da-jr, tut tbe aunT htd eat wi'ha ted rift in tb clouv ol Ka face ot the k wee rqt in an haul torfcctlr clear. ,j Tha tt'lgloriotit arch of heaven wee a rotst otepark line Mara. ' : fVt " OfcyKne; elept, and I, wearied of the crW philosophy of the Latin OoeU, took to tnf Bool of Marty re." ., ,,:,,, i, aoT. i, i It waa ft description in the rwr'wwinf felth. f-ilnfsi of tha liiDbWlaoVAJarft'ai, talntinej .'most, "the arlicuttia iroarf el aft impaled Christian.,,, ,,,, ..,s...,.,,; .The) weitwt faffgot had aatnt to bed of bright enal; and ! tat Rbtinjr itiib If, tott'ly an able to tniks) off thn fieatful Incobtit front roy Wast. The mtrtyr wat there -on the "very tr-artb -with the arakaa ecornfolly croated in is be,' and, at the Urge coelt cftcked tt stnder (tnd revealed tha brtgblneet within,' I ar-mrd t; follow th namretidlnf Inatrdmtent...

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. — 13 March 1847

TERMS OIVTIIBVAM ERICAS." 'H. H. MA88ER, pDiituiM ar JOSEPH EISEI.Y.' ' $ Peorai.Toas. I 1 jr. B.JHASSKB, Kdttor. J Office In Ccntrt Jlffey? fnTht rear of H. Mas ter's Store.) ' THE ' AMEIUtJAN" ierWbfished every 8atui day ,t TWO DOLLARS par annum to ba i paid half yearly in advance. No )pr discontin ued till Alt arrcaragoa are paid. ' No eubecriptione received for a leaa perioj than six kortss. All communication! or letlara on amines releting to the office, lo insure attention, fcwatbaPOST PAID. rVT. H. THOMPSON, raMiionanie BOOT AND SHOE MAKEIt, Mtaata 8trit, Ken scat, f IIIANKFPL for pa.it favors, begs leave lo In i X form h a friend and lh pnblie generally, that La liaa just returned from the city with new and fashionable lasts, and a full aesoitoicnt nf Light colored, Bronze, Black Kid, and all other kind of Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladies and Children's wear; and ha aasures all who may favor him with . their custom, that they may rely upon having their w.nk done in tha mml tulis...

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. — 13 March 1847

TOUT LATE A WD 1 11 POUT A ST aTROB li!ITA rt Balllt ef BricitoTt Amrrtcont fietnriomi Another Probablt Battle at Chihuahua- Account. I'm St. Louis piper, oT the 25th, svftlch iti to hand yrrertlay, brlnf t account tf the battle near El Pesao, between the Mr- ui'sns and the Mexicam. There account Confirm the reports previously recieved by way cf Mexico, except la the exaggeration of the )om of men. The Americana, with treat in terior force, without loas, defeated the Mell on, who hd thirty killed in the en-jagetnent. The Bht occurred on Chrietmae day. fuDBITOnSKCt, Feb. 16, 1W7. iVar Sir : To day another company arrived from the plains bringing Santa Fe date late as January 7th. The new which t tent yon yesterday la coo 6rmcd tn a I moat every particular, aod I enclose j ta an official report of the battle, prioted In !Stita Fe and aent me by a friend. Yoora, Ac. R. On the 25th of December, 1340, the Mexican forcea from the city of Chihuahua, (about elev en hundred in number.) met t...

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. — 13 March 1847

ntne. Covan. a CoatveTiow. WnirA' riffian Vegetable Pills nt I no delightful meJi cina Tor carrying off cold bacaoae they etpel from lheylm til morbid and corrupt bumora (the ran of every kind or disease) in an easy ami nalurnl a manner, thai the body m relieved of all it suffering a if by magic, four or Are of aaid Indian Vegetable illa taken every night on going to bed will, in a few Jay, carry off the moet obstinate cold; t the me time Ihe. digestive rg t will b restored In a he ahhy tone, end the blood ao eompli tcN purified, that inflammation of (be luuga, consumption, or any other form of dirtaaa will be absolutely impossible. Beware f Counterfeit: The publie are rati liiinad against the many amnion medicinee which, in order to deceive, are ralleil by name similar to Wright's Indian Vegetable Pilig. The only original and genuine lndln Vegetable Fill have the signature of Wm. Wright written iih a pen on the top laM of each hot. To cnun. rrfc.' this ia Forgery, and all other aho...

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. — 13 March 1847

Vtxsn WRirtm t Cmao The Stvtn mV Rpiib1tin puoliahet fht following lint en closed ia t letter of th 23J f September, writ. n tt Csrmargo, "from one well kaown In the :y"cf Savannahs M Wlf stn.t Child. The Httorp Vtt .the 1ightt ar gone The camp around In slumber lies Tbe night with solemn pace move on The thadowt thicken O'er the ikies But tVep my weary eye Lath flown, And tad, uteasy thought! arlte. I think of thee, oh ! dearest one! Whose love my early life hath bleat; Of thee and him oar early aon Who slambera rn thy jentlt breast ; Co3 of the tender, frail, and lone, Oh! guard that little tleeper'a test! Am) hover, gently hover near, To her whose watchful eye it wt, The mother, wife, the doubly dear, In whose young heart have freibly met Two ttreems of love ao deep and clear, And cheer her drooping apirit yet.' Nov at the kneels before tby throne. Oh ! teach her, Ruler of the Skiei ! That while by thy behett alono Earth a tnightiett powertfall or rite, No tear it wept to the unk...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1847

c A --'"r.Tsw .cat:. j an a I I. I '.II lewwwaMagaaMBiaatfiaHBjwiwgi ill jio. i-w"rvpfwa riuSsitM ite" JOSEPH filSBLT.' fPaerateteae. m Jr. MMsamm, 'mdmthi sfce In CttrAky fit fat rtmr of if. Aft THE" AMEJHcAw UpWUbJTry lUlot Jay it TWO DOLLARS Mr.iinbi paid half yearly In advance. No paper diecontia uedtflf ait arrearage paid. " " '-'-! NeewbscjripUena received ft t hat period tkH is orra- AU cormaunhationt ot lettera aa boeineaa relating to the office, (o Injure a tin ti on. muetttPOST PAID. ' u, n. Tnonpoon; BbOT AND SHOE MAKKlt. e-i 'v-.(Ma,Ki'Bttr1;8oiiaiif, 'r THANKFUL for pa (Man, bega have te in form he.frieeda and the public generally, I bet be hat juat returned from Iba city with new and laehioheble laala,enr a Tu1 easoriment of Light eato-ed, Bronte, Black KM. and all other kind of Moeoeeo fw GeMteatett, fediee and LliiMfrVt wear; and be aeaarea all who may favor hint with their cWooi, thai hey may rely npon having their w.uli 4ao in the moat aubalanlial and faahionable t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1847

LkTB rROM MKXtCO. The New rXork, tea. Us oaiv4 aworoea from Vera Crus, to the 8th. and the oitjr of M. o toThe 5'.h 'of Flrar., Tk4 church hid ef fect telly Tested the seflrura of its property, anrj $sota Anna, convinced o( tbt jpnpopulirily f ilia conflation act, bad writleaHto the Con tfws orging hsmodlflcxliofl or tepee!! A ioua law, and aotttorislng ih guvWrintenf to lav eniven loan from (he clergy of ftW;00O' per uivin yrujcu yres uuuyrfiooii,. iirj wuuiu eon -nt to arrange i!l peace wassecartev Ban ta Ann had (cited ninety-eight bar of altVtr belongiofe to merchants' br Sab tnle,' fof which be kid givea M"p4raonat gotraaify Tiio Coun try irooo'd bad beta wtyeetod fo a rcquisilioo for Supplies without proepect of remuneration. Up to tha 7lh ult. great activity was manifested at VeraCrnt, io preparation ko reswtsa attack. Ths Sun ny."' -'V!! ..."- danta Anna had forwarded a despotjdlng tat let to" the" Government. He' rrpllwa to the ctirjt of pithy made sgtmst bimpainU the horri...

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. — 20 March 1847

Ext touiati t -GaiTaia .-.Th - Butt i mow America Uy. Uu ilBty barrel, ofW were reeeofly aiBaa at the Graeanetd Milli, Frederick ennaty, Mary farad; with a vary auperiot pairiaf Is lilt hart, called lha "Eciif.n U ia twenty, four hoar. Tbe wheat officii thU flour was mad averaged only 08 pounds par Jnshel. If the wheat had been of the aatae quality 'at that of last year ona hundred barrels would bve been turned oat with great ease.' Z' l:-'.. ' tl -i f y 'v mm ii(ia.-Tp Mftit lit Woat A IrmrWift New York, a Tew days sine',; hating been caught i hogging, waa employed by a tot of idle'gentlemen to calf, ry a huga etooe acrota Broadway, backwards tad forward, at tbe rate of two shilling per hour. After laboring about three houre, bia employer attempted to get rid of him by paying im only two shilling for the three hotirt, whereupon he threatened to prosecute tbe gentlemen and obtain ki jattduee. . ...,..- SZ i.;"'"- ' - t :.t..-, !' v KwrrKM in MaticAR TaaajToma.Tbere are now eetablieh...

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. — 20 March 1847

t DCs7t? SI "MI An ofloM af tMlL.8.kiUUlMrr waicb icl ftnnef thbftkilit SnftSfon efl willv he , foUgWjog oolet ia Wfereaet tft tint The Cattle of Vert Crul It iro' oiore wnei ft u ilea ftatWewrtrtdit, tlMtjo er"V artni. Thnlt wore bo gu ts ebV? libra of 24 peeede-arsj bat few e meet nrf not bomb prwfi'ifc" powder WiispCeh: an We'riof character that eet efcot avtalevt the side wfe frciwb fculat the l6 of the oflfftffrtMiit wtf Meek ahoat the aide af thw ditto to h)VtbtCMtmindiaf r4terr.lMv(ni h. a wtetreeted not to fife the frcet ran pcmft td the Trfncfi ttyMrot lor eom andlak it exniUna ttetsict! talheage tnoorttif to pa the WMwr-PtMoev-t;-. o i. ,7i.m r ' Kow Mai acj wbtt a ehti tiara And pa ere Jo nave effected U thie jtrntWoaeU. There are at prevent oMented withWi iu eH ptttrr nearly 800 eaenen, wad the all 33a, 42 and 8 and 10 Jnch Pilxhs,lhrt beiof fery large natnber of the latter; end wherever U bee been -peeriM train a fen eeotr the channel ef abroach, they are planted ea ear...

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. — 27 March 1847

TEtaia oWjjrnW , a mmicAs." H.B.MA83ER ? Ptiuiu i ' JOsferk KlSfcLf. S r.o,.,nML Hi B. JKjS8KM, jftfttf . .of ift CwifH lf?kv. tht t-fir & . ear's &. - ' THE A M ERIC A N"lTpubSbd vary Satur Ut at TVO DQI.LAR3 per annum to be 4 baff yearly In advance. No paper dieeontia lad till at, arrearage or paid. , NaMkliKripUooonroitod for Uu period than nt Moity: AH aommunieations or latter on utines relating to th office, td insur attention, next bo POBT PAID. ' " f V7. n. TIIOCXFSON, i Fashionable BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, , Manas Stkxst, Pea scat, THANKFUL for pt favor, beg lev to In form hit friend end the public generally, thai M ha jut rnomn from the city with hew end ashlonable last, and full assortment of Light rolored, Bronte, Black Kid. and all other kind f Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladie and Children ' eeat ; and ha assure all who may favor him with their custom, that thry may rely upon having their wnk done in the most substantial and faahionabla manner, and at very low price. He ...

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. — 27 March 1847

flTlLL. I.TAKR FHOft MnNTKRBT. I .trriettl of a bearer of Despatches further re parti of Btttk ittuecn Taylor ami Santa m AvtoCotmeJ Mirgan't 'command supposed r to be cut tip. . . ' i. ? Vte received through the telegraph last even ing, from the .South, siya the Philadelphia Led ger or Monday latt, the following latcl . Intelll nee from Monterey. 'I'"'1 ; " .', i ' Thit in the la.tett authentic intelligence from .Monterey that we have yet hail, ar I the only reliable intelligence vetpecling the reported battle bet ween Gen. Taylor ami Santa Anna.' It '.oet not throw mnch additional light upon that ftftir. . At wetuppoied, Taylor, on the approach oJ'Pairte Anna, foil bacl to hia defence at Saltillo and at the last accounts he was at that place, in fcf. -ad of being on hit retreat "to Monterey. Subsequent intelligence says that a great baf t's wat then in prof rent," and that the Mexican CJenerat wat felting the worst of if. " But thit Uut ewi does not teem at well authenticated M we...

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. — 27 March 1847

tended to thritr.-, Thf call, IT will be perceived, is tor Msut months VoliiiiteerK''; M it will be recollected that, -urtdcr an act ol Congress, no volunteer! can be received for a less term than 12 months, V nntW the expiration of the war. Tut .notwithstanding tail 'ligd fact," the Go vernor egpresaes his readiness,, with hie aecus tmed patriotic fervor;1 'to pull offhis coat and go to work to raise 'volunteer! and be hopes all good citigens will aid him.' This hope he will ass.fly iealixe Cfor the .citi sens of Louisiana, of all parties, will atand by their CMer Magis trate In any responsibility he may assume iff this emergency.," When our country is 'gaped is war, Louiaianiaas will throw aside, party, and Whig and Democrats will gallantly come to the rescneV'The veteran, Gen. Brooke, In command of the Western division of the army, ias signi fied his willingness to muster the troops that may offer into the aeyice of the United Stages; and if Col. Hunt, the United States Quarterma...

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. — 27 March 1847

Prom tbe nil. Ledger of the 83 J lot. AtvVlVfri BteVeelatp aWtonmln. rtniitMttfat 0ttf lAtk. The Hibernit ynt telegraphed a mile W'ow ttoirtori, at S o'clock tat e veoing. ami at eooa aa ahe tntW that city, the following eoAmttil intellignew vet traTOmirtett earer ,the wtree, which we. hatftn to lay before fhe pnblle. - Lost Mount MARRkt i-XT nlv ned rfn n4 Trer1f market since onr 1et pobfiearleMl, bnf tending g enerallj toward g decline In tb rrfle of Cormole. It appeare to be generally eealeJ thtt the courts toe Government bee reold rp on, vix: TO take tfWf 9.06o;b(, lettet-e-ry hrirt thtt eoold hav'e ieVn iJripted. ' The bid. rlirig. for the loan fool place on tlii lit of March, at the Treasury, when at the Messrs. Rothtcblld tnt the.Atetart. Baring Brothera, were tht only bjdder. on termt that were eat iafactory to tbe excrement, the loan waa divided between them offered, viz : S3 lpa. for each hundred pWodt sterling, three per cent, conaolt. The corn trade ban been in vary fluc...

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. — 3 April 1847

' TERMfi OF ;0IEA1IEIUCA!. H. B. MASSE, Pnitium i.. . JOSEPH EISELY. P.""uZA" M, B. MJHSKH, KtHUr. Office in Ccnirt Alley, in thfreur nf n. Mnt eer't Store. THE AMERICAN" is-published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin tied till all arrearages are paid. , Nosubscriptiona received for a leaa period than biz kiohth. All communicationa or Irttera m business relating to the office, to iniure attention, feiuet be P08T PAID. W, H. THOMPSON, Fashionable BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Mm Stbiet, Hrsai-iT, PI1HANKFCL for past fuvors, begs leave lo in- 1. form h a friend and the public gei.eralty, thai he Iim jut returned from the city ih new and fashionahle laat. an.l a fu'l assortment of Light colored, Bronze, Black Kid, and all other kind of Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladies snd Children's ! wear; and he urea all who may favor him with their custom, tht Ihry may rely upon having their wotk done in the mini substantial and fuahionable lnnner, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1847

1.ATC FHO TB AAa Bittlcaof Ague Nueva tad Siltillo Amsricsni Victorious A MasterJy Retreat to Monterey Santa Anna Declining to Attack the City Geo. T lor elliee out and totally Defeats him Reported Mexican Loss 40U0Gene-r-l Taylor' te 1100 -Capture of 90,000 Ration ly i he E'leuiy ! From the N. O. Delta, tOth insl. Th schooner William C. Prciton arrived at New Or lean from Sratos, from which place aha Sailed on th afternoon of the 10th Instant. Tb news from Gen. Taylor, brought by tbia vessel, la most cheering. The intcnaa anxiety created a room our citiiens by the many a'arming rw more which have circulated through the country, relieved itaelflait evening in one tiniversat ex preeaion of joy and proud confidence in theiupe riority of American valor. . Although the re porta are atill vague and Indefinite, enough can b4 gathered from them to give every esauranc that Gen. Taylor hit whipped Santa Anna. From Capt. Brown, a passenger on the Wm. C. Preston, are gathered tbe following par...

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

To Fot t. of t.irt una must be full of health, nJ to be full of health ho muni have free, unnb etrouted circulation of iho blood. A dieordered li. ver will blunt the menial perception!, and dien dered stomach will aour the sweetest temper. To be gloriously -blue' end to ho tuff, ring from t de rangement of the digestive function, ere the tame thing. Personal quarrele anj aocial unhappioess, originate In ihie cause to a greater extent than pei pie have any blea of. Reform the etomach and you refoitn the world, far thia ta tha foundation of all reform. To thia end take doie or two of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pi I. At thia reason they would da much good, and wiil be the mean. if discreetly used, of keeping the system in order during the year. And while they drive rain of all kinds away. the will temore depression of spirit, sourness of temper, undue excitability, and (he whole legion of iieviia blue anil substitute therefor comfort, cheer fulness, happiness. Itewnre af Counttrfeiti.Tb...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1847

paw a xKtrina ironr. : Ons wintry erening a country atofa-ketpcr n thn OrtM uJotrt.Hto8rate WM about claaiof Kit doftra for Aha bight, aod. while, au4,nf ! the vnow oataide pulling sp , witvatowahat (cp, ha hv through lb glaaa lounf Inf, worthies fellow within, gutapoand of freeh feotter rroh the thlf ad trafroaal it lo to hat. Tha ttii oo eoooat dattTd than the r v -ne was hit upon, and I fatj' ft"" infant i-und the Green Mountain etora keeper t onea mdmjinf hia appetite tot ten to th fwlleat nt. ind paying .tot thief with a facetioue e-.rt ot tortore, for which he rnlht have gained a prerniitm fhnn the i)J inquisition. ' I ny, Seth V aald tba etorekceper, coming in at tlneine the door after him, alapping bra hmda over hie ebouldera and ttnrnping tba enow off hia feet. ' Seth hid htahald on tha door, lit hat upon tiia head, and the toll of butter in bit feat, and npxioui to mike hia exit aa anon at poeaiblo. I aay, Seth, ait down ; 1 reckon, an euch an v-frr nsl night as thia, a le...

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