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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 June 1847

TERMS OF THE AMEttttCAX H. B. MASSER, j PtiMtm a JOSEPH EtSELV. p..,fim,V Pjfice in Centre 'Alley, in tkTrear cf A. M af ter' $ Store. ' THE" A M E R 10 A N " Tapublishel eVery fraWr day at TWO DOLLAR!! per arnfttt to be fn half yearly in advance. No paper dilcoVUin. "lied till all arrearages arc paid No subscription received fbf a lata period than i oTa. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, mint be POST PAID. WATCHES JEWSLUT, "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Stare? No. 98 North SECOND rreet, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Watches, full jewelled, 1R carat eisea, $13 00 silver Lever Witches, lull jewelled, Silver Lever Watchet, se ven jewel, VVatchrs, jewelled, finest 23 00 18 00 Silver Lepine Hility - U 00 Superior Qusrticr Welches, 10 00 Imitation Qunrtier Wstche,ut warranted, 5 00 old Rppctfirln, ti Oil Fin Silver Specta'c're, 1 75 TSold brae let with tnpafc stoires, 5 hO Ladies GoU PeotA. If. estate, a 00 "BukUfmm Kings to $S ; Wsrch ...

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. — 19 June 1847

sSMa?wsHWASssssass vmom van i crvb. r . . i . TTte Murfar rf Cot aef Te; of Qo wmmenl Protm fy I wecceaeeri Kipm lMmptait. Movomtnttoj Commit c?re retry. . '. , .- ? Tin New Odem- PiceyAnw tod Delta, of n'4tty bring the foilowthf; fntnlligVne from xico. : The death of C.4. Satrn, of C Intnn ''"intjr.ii related as followe hi the Vera Cr-Jt Ragle; r, ;" :f : f - Morbid It ia .with pain mingled with a de- re for Vengeance that w undertake to relate mother mates er of our couotrymee in tha most eruel and brutal manner. In our paper of .laat Sifurday (only one week 70) w announced the fact that Col. So'rr wii in thie'e'ty aa" hetirer of dctpatche to Ocneral Scott, and to iy we are called upon to inform the publie of h horrid death not with lila enemy in front m oppose him, but cowardly ahot b thoae Who listed not ahow themselves. Tf appear he left thla cite on Saturday liet with an escort nf five men and Meof. McDon nM of Capt Wheat' company, expecting to rind the captain at Santa Fe, or...

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. — 19 June 1847

ndctV the St LuuXtpUiia. Mlttitrwa4 Rail ( Pu. ''fiit(fcniA March 7, 187. . ftt1e army, I think. It becomin Infected mixture of religion, and tunerttition rby t few aingnlar circumttancea,' which tilbtieflyrcUte:,;-;;: (a lining through a ,mon,nfin gores, called - l-n Jrnada, there wax nut on drop of water- to fopd within evnty;jieel idmt . wearied rhti particularly the oseh-cameVxhanatj ad tank down, at we supposed,' to riee-fto r - Our tituation wae appalling, and relief led to bt beyond the range of possibility. At moment, a clap of thunder wat heard, and kt of lightning teen to play along the moun- black clondt rolled rapidly ufj, and the came down In torrentt; the parched detert tooii drenched the animala and men re led, and the army moved, wondering and re. ing. No rain had fallen in this part of Mexi or upward of four monthi, and no one ex ted a drop until the beginning of the rainy in, which commence! about the 1.1th of June. n the morning of the battle Col. Mitchell, and " ...

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. — 19 June 1847

1 B A If Kffl TB'WITr -j amnio cor ! ft Tv La ii ii J(5 4& ? osi A.T T O R N R Y-A T I; W 5? CYwW Snnsytvanva Dunk N .- The most implicit l reerv mm '.' t'tfrtrtn. Ibe ttahea .Telegraph. nolo or tni voaicto tirAitMi Withm-Wlri aoepy Hn . V ' ", ' ' With whieTteiro Willed kt rtrjC. v. ! I". X Wier eat with ae,rd ., ' - ' -. AitttmrttfrlntW ' ' v Workwork wbfk, . Thetc band shall never tfursus, '. While! no ti'brain lottf nlrov to etrrek. Of ifltrwtfiw. 1 And he eplTsapTts-pitt. . . ; When rrron la braktr bright ; 0ite spite pita, . ; . When Sol has tlimVi W "heirht ; ' tpite ipits aptta, . . . With day'e expiring gleam, A nd supperleee felling asleep on a bench, -Keeps spitting away in his dream. ' TT in kit dream ba dreams, , It ia by fate decreed, That ha la a graat tobacco worm, To extirpate tha weed And aa he worka awajr To make bia conquests tore ! A free and enlightened citixm, A aouffer, imbkef, and chewer. At market, church, or mill, In business or prayer S:sge-coachee,' ...

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. — 26 June 1847

TERMS OF THE "AMERICAN." H.B.MAS8ER, 7 roausaaa Aa JOSEPH BfSBLY. PaoriiSToas. jr. a. jimbskh. emu. OJfloe in Ctntn' Alley, in the rear of H. Mat ter's StartA THE" AM SlffCANnsablished every Satur day at TWO . DOLLARS per annum to b paid half yearly to advance. No paper diecohtin llml till ill. a nikM m am natal. No subscriptions received for a less period than aix woava. All eommanieation or letter on busineee relatinit to the office, to ineure attention, BUIIMI'U31 fAIU. an "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Stare,' No. 98 North SECOND street, Corner of Quarry. GOLD Leer WatcWTuR jewelled., I carat ease, $1590 Silver Lever Watcbr. full jewelled. 23 00 8ilver Lever Watche. ae ven lewele. 18 00 Bilver Lepme Watches, jewelled, finest quality, H 00 . Superior Qutrtier Watche. 10 00 Imitation Qnartier W'atcbe,aot warranted, & 00 ' Gold Spectacles, 8 00 PmeSiNer Upectaeles, 1 7 IS . 5ald UracfcU wira top one, S 60 , Ladiea' Gold IVncfl. IS ctfrata, t 130 Gold Finger Kiir 37 J eta to $9...

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. — 26 June 1847

Special Correspondence of the Piaayun. VUOill Til IB ARUlT OtF OKU. TaTI.Ott. Saltillo, Mexico, May 91, 1847. A short time after my lait letter doted, the t"wn waa thrown into a fever of excitement by the arrival at Gen. Wool's camp of two Metican officers front Sao Lull Potosi, charged, with des latches for General Taylor. They profeeeed to be xnotant of their contents, but to believe that they had come from the city ol Mexico, and con tained the intelligence thatanarmtatlcehad beea urnntcd, and that negotiations for peace were un der discussion between General Scott and Santa Anna. Extatic waa the joy of many who are ' n for the war," and pine for the day when they shall again rejoin their friends and families. The despatches were immediately forwarded to Vn. Taylor by Lieut. Franklin, and the Meat tan officers treated with the moat marked cour tly by our officers at this post. They profee- (I iienoiance of the character of the despatches, in.t believed that the above was their pu...

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 June 1847

Gkn. Minon. This officer, whom Santa Anna denounced for a want of skill am! courage at Bit rna Vuta, hat published in the Republican) a re futation of the charges brought againit him. He d'darea that the assertion by Santa Anna, of the want of proyisionsand water in the army, is falsehood. He states that he himself had rat tle to the number of 600 head, besides maiie and (lour, of which he apprised Santa Anna. He further asserts that the latter' retreat was un just ible that the manner of ft wa still mora so ', moving off in the darkness of the night, and tearing hundreds of his poor wounded soldiers to their fate on the field more like a fugitive hid- ; Inf from bis enemy, than a General retiring to recruit hit forces. It waa to prevent these facts , from being made public that. he, Gen. Minon, was persecuted, imprisoned, and denied commu nication with his friends. Truth will out, it ap pears, and Santa Anna will shrink into a pigmy, by ind by, from the inflated dimensions he gave ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 June 1847

On wr In Fill a Pletnr Gallery, A letter from Parle speaking of the sight to seen there, adde : "Tha president ofth Council, Marshall Smilt never throws open his doors it would cost mo ney. A more avaricious old Isrsclite does Dot exist in France,- nor is he at all scrupulous ts how he fills hispm-re. ' His Spanish gallery '? painting, for instance wero the spoil of his reninsulat campaigns, which rra was m honor 1 .nml to have deposited in the Louvre, but pre ferred keeping, occasionally disposing of some atom tor a vat sunt. Not s fortnight since he lims sold the Paralytic, by Morillo,for eighty tNousand dollars snd wss very irtdiirnantataorne the? paper for saying rtiat tno money should tii into lb army chest According to his ac count, every picture wss purchased -ind the transaction to which he became the proprietor i.t (he Paralytic (as related by him after dinner ii a fr iend) is a curious piece of picture deal ing 5 " 'People reproach me for having stolen pictures in Spain, b...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 July 1847

Trims orjriifj AMKniCAx." 1 - .- - - - - j rniopa or AiiTEnviiinaro. l a-pare t inaertion, '-' 1 " f 69 I -do t do ... . '... o 75 1 1 do 3 do - . . .-, . 1 00 Every suheeqaent Insertion, ' . t Yearly Adver ttsementa t one column, 925 half column, f I 8, thnr.e square. CIS) two squares, fit one equate, $5. Half-yearly i one column, $18 ( half column, $1) three squares, $8 ; two squares, fo one aqua re, $3 B0. Advertisement tuft without directions as to the length of lime they are to be published, will bo 'continued uYilfl ordered out, tad charged accord inglv. .- J - j v' ' ' . (O-HittMn lines or lea make square. s unb umy mm tt. 1J. MASSER, JOSEPH BI3ELY. PuBMSSjaRS Alio Psorais-ross. " it. B. JR.tSSKR, KdiUr. Ojfitt in Centre Alky,' in the fear of IT. Mas- .!. . see's &. ' THE AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per. annum to be paid half yejrly in advance. No paper discontin ued till att arrearages are paid. - No subscriptions received for a less perioj than...

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

tnpoKTAnr rnon mkxico. Until ml tht Natimat Bridgtt between Qtn. , CatwaJader irtf th Mexican. . Mexican FW 4000, Americans, 1000 The Mexicans Dt?feated--One Hundred of the . Enemy Killed, and F.fteen of ihe American Stnt Anna again Offered hit ReignitLm Pronnneiamento oa the Capital 20.000 Mexican Troopt at tha Capital From he N. O. Delta. June 90. The following highly important Intelligence wat communicated to ot bjf Ltent. Floyd and Mr. Williamt, oftbtftd Pennsylvania Volunteer! xht rama over in the tteamebip Galveston tbia morning. ATTACK OP GUERILLA! oit Cast. BAinaRrooi. On the 8th, a tmall reeonnoiterlng party, to getber with tome citizens and disbanded toldiert, in number about 100, with 73 armed men and JO mounted, left Fuebla for Yera Cruz. Thit patty wn under command ofCapt. Bainbridge, ef the 3d artillery. On leaving Jalapa, and getting near Cerro Gor Jo, thit party wat informed tbat it would not be prudent to go through the pan, at there were a bout 4000 Mexicans in tba...

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

FXIIXADEr.PHXA. SCA&XST. , TuttsoAT, July, 1. Tiavk and Mkal The prices of Flour and Meal are quite ateady, though the market ii with out any great activity. Wo notice aalei of good Tenna. Flour at $6 a Sft; and Writers at SO. Rye Flour telle in email parcel at $S,and Corn Meal at 4, a $4 J Gbain. Wheat it alto lower; we notice aalei at $1 45 a SI 43 for red, and ft 55 for white. Rye it held at 83 i fi.'.e , salee of between 6000 and 7000 buthelt of Corn have been made at 03 a Ola for yellow, and 00 1 91c for mixed. Data are worth 45c for Southern, and 49 a 30e. for Pennt. Paovtsions. rork continues very dull.' New Meta it held at SI 0 50 a $17 per bbt. No change in Bacon and Lard. j Whisht The market if very untettled no alet making. Lrgiilotnrf. toA Tut strain. Mr. Ehitob Yon would confer a favor upon many of your democratic ( iendt, by allowing otto bring forward, through tfce medium of your paper, WILLtAM D.GEARHA.RT, of Ruth township, at a candidate for the Legislature. Mr....

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. — 3 July 1847

illlilllf; From the Knickeibocker. Mat Written Twenty Ye.ee After ! ' ring, :. . i Deer wife, tome twenty years have flown , Sine you and 1 agread to marry , That you wers rather young t own, - But when t waa too old to "tarry j In single state full long enough . I'd lived and wiihed to try the double ; Friendship I'd found but meagre atuff, And Fame anvaneicent bubble. From bnnki no more a solaco came, To mothe me in my lonetome timet, And writing prose seemi very tame, An.) (till more atupid stringing rhymes, The drama I pronounced a bore, I carert not for a mimic paction, Or plota and character of yore, ' When solemn, nonsense waa in fashion. Thern was a vacuum in my heart A tort of strange and constant longing; And thro' my b.ain what thoughts would dart, ' , , How many shape go w.ldly thronging 1 My reeling that were IiKea learner, Kecame so heavy, sad, peculiar; At first 1 guessed it waa the weather, And then my ancient sweetheart, Julia. Rut. when the former grew quite warm, ...

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. — 10 July 1847

Tcnras or Tiir, aifhilax. H. 0. MA8SER, i PoiuniM tm JOSEPH KINELY." 5 PaoraiaToas. It. JMSSBn, Editor. Office in CtntrtHlhy, in thTriar of H. Mas ter' i Slurr.) THE" AMERICAN" it iublUhed rat; Satur day at TWO DOLLARS nor annum to be paid hair yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ait arrearages are paid. No subscription received for I loss period than att mouth. All communication!! or lettera on buaineaa relating to the office, lo inaure attention, Snust be I'UST I'AIU. ITTHI "Pkiladelohia Witch mnd Jewelry Store." JSe. 96 North 8ECOND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Watcbea, full it-welled, IS carat ciscs, $45 00 Silver Lever W.tches, full jewelled, 8ilver Lew Wstehes, se. ven jewel, Welches, jewelled, fin eat 93 00 18 00 , ISilver Lemne qUty, . u oo Superior Quartirr Welch, 10 00 ' Imitation Qusrtier Watcbea, not warranted, 5 00 Gold Spectacle. 00 Ftn Silver Hpeclaeta, I 7S CJold Bracelet with tops (tones, t 50 Ladies' Gold Pencil. lfi carata, S 00 Gold Finger King...

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. — 10 July 1847

l'he Mexican! Resolved lo Defend their Cspi-11-20,000 Ttoopt Cjnneniraied at the City of Mexico American Citizen Ordered to Jul. sco Arrest of Gen. Arieta--Mxic.n 'falkiug of Marching out tu Oppose tbe Ad vance orGencral Scott--Sunt a Anna's L.M . ter of Resignation. , The IN'sw Orleans Delta has eived Mexican p-tpors front the 30th of Mae to the 5th of June, inclusive, and gives the following brief syuepsis o! their conlsnts. General Arista baa been arreated and confined. General Almonte was atitl in prisoo. On the firtt of Jane all the natives of the Uni ted State! vci ordered to leave the city of Mexico for the States of Jalisco or Morel is, or they would be dealt with according to the law of rations. ... Generals Gutieret, Goana, Martinet and Palo mino are entrusted with the command of the l:iiepf defence of th city Rn. lies of the National Guards arc laid to be on their way, and constantly arriving from the adjoining Statea, and it (a believed that from seventeen to twenty thou...

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. — 10 July 1847

ind the Rev. Dr. Miley, tM family leaves it en tirely in their hands." Mr. O'Brien interpreted this into an intimation that h should not at tend the funeral." Provisions (Irkland) The prow total quantity of grain and meal landed iri Ireland duringMen month's preceding the22d ot May last, amounted to 1,298,074 quarters, of which 000,176 quarter came from foreign countries and British fKwessions, and 3J7.S(JS quarters from Grest Britain. - r The king of B.iljitim is reported to be in s very precarious Mute of hralth, (insanity ;) this untoward eircumstahce, combined With the crit ical position of the ministry, in consequence of the recent election.', and the age of the king of (he French, ercale considerable uneasiness in political and monetary circles. ,. Letters from Rome, dated the 27ili till., state thai the Rev. Dr. Miley and Mr. Daniel O'Con rtell had arrived there, bearing the heart of the late Mr. O'Connell, enclosed in a silver urn. The Emperor of Urn. a has directed the Go v...

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. — 10 July 1847

Msne In Cartel. .......... A trial for murder in the first degree, or as porlinff rccn coll if, a race for life and death, time oft a short time ago, Within leM than a hundred miles of civilization. ' The accused was a bi? negro, shining black, with hair as ctitf mid coarse S3 the teeth ol a mrdinp machine. , Clerk.' Prisoner, look upon the juror juror look upon the prisonnr t Do you challenge ? founcil for Ihe Vunner. Not pre-cmpto-rily. Clcrfe. Have you formed or expressed an opinion with regnrd to the piilt or innocence of the accused 7 Juror - Why, what a question. How should I? Clerk repeats the question. Juror. Why I never nw him before. Vlcrk -Answer the question yea or no, Juror. No, air-r-cee ? rrr. No sport hero, it is too acrimia a matter. Cltrk. Hate yon any conscientious ecruplen? Juror l have a few leil. f.Vrft I mean about inflicting capital pun ishment. , Juror None, whatever, I do (retire you. 'I his emphatic declaration brought the ri aonetV counsel to his feet, wh...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 July 1847

TIIOIS OF .TIIBJf AMERICAN." h. n. MAKsui, i roiiMi. I, JOSKPH EISKl-Y. SPiiotRiiTOM. H. Tt. JtlASSF.n, Editor. Office in Centre' Alley, in ' the'reae of It. Mas ser's Store. THE- AMERICAN" is published every Satur day fit TWO DOLLARS per annum to I piid hslf yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till att arrearages are paid. i No subscriptions received for a lest period than ix mouths. All communications or letters on business relating In tho office, to Insure attention, must be POST. PAID. ' CLZ2 jonos a, .:n? VAA.TCHE3 & JEWSLP.T, , at ma "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Store," No. 9G North SECOND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Watches, foil jewelled, IM rarsl c.ises, $15 00 Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, S3 00 u:l - 1 lf- i si'tMhsWI-flSV a) tit waicncs, sc farn.VyTag ven jewels, 18 00 Silver Lejiiito WstcluH, jewi'llcJ, finest quality, 14 00 Superior ljuarficr Watches, 10 00 miislionCiusrtiur Walche,liol warrnuled, 6 00 loki (Spectacles, 8 00 Pine Silver Spe...

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. — 17 July 1847

mias3uusmmmam -.- -- : Washington atit Taj-toe, The resemblance between these twri persona ,e, which ha teco frequently remarked, is ho fanciful' thing, but a reality, which becomes mure apparent in proportion the characteris tics ot the two arc regarded. There ia a simi hrity in their styles of writing and in their style of fighting in the open, manly almplici ty an J inaKsivcneea of character common to both, end in that hobler disinterestedness of nature which markea in both a patriotism aa elevated dm it is pure. The iw of Gen. Taylor'a name in connection with the Presidency haa developed a new point i.f analogy between him and Washington. We invite the reader's attention to a com pari ton of the subjoined extracts. The firat ia from Qen. Toy lor 'a recent letter: "From many sources I have been addressed on die subject of the Presidency, and 1 do violence neither to myself nor to my position as an offi cer of ihe army, by acknowledging to you, as I have done to all who have allud...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 July 1847

Th LMnsM in 1n it Armv. The Vera Cnu F.a;;le, of lit date, thm discourse about Iht wonderful operation of this wonderful age nt : VVehad the pleaiure of enjoying an invitation tube present on the occasion of the amputation eft wo lug above the knee, on Saturday last, Mrhere that great assistant in surgical cases, (the lelkton) was used. The subjects were (wo men vho had been conveyed to the Hospital of San Francisco, and the success was a triumph over physical pain. Dr. TJarton'f administered the Ltthton, and Dr. Torter and a young physician (whose name we are eorry we do not recollect) were the operators In one rase the limb was removed in live minutes and half from. the commencement of the inhalation to the close of the amputation. Ia the other few seconds over that time. Doth declared they bad felt nothing during the operation. One of them rather play fully observed, (on recovering consciousness, and perceiving that it was done) "that it Ihe way yon do it, is it " ' This- ia' sur...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 July 1847

Trnipsrsne. The following article from the N. Y. Journal f Coitjuiprco of Monday fornishus striking practical illustration of the advantage of tempe r'ince: Bkithu Snip It i etronpe fact, that while have many F.nglish ahtpa in t fid port, American veewtila obtain tid. and M. per bbl. muro frripht than they. An English merchant offcred the other day, on 'Change, 3k. fld. bbl to an American ship owner, who could not take the flour, and an English Captain ttandinp; by offered to tnke it at 8e , and then at Ke. 9d., but 'he merchant would not accept his offer. There was mi particular objection to this English Cap lain or hi vessel, but the general unpopularity .f them all. The English people at home onjht to know why the Americana are getting euch crtiftl advantages over them, that they may re medy the evil if they plcaso. Thu complain! a we hear made are first against the ships, and e-:cotul arainftt the captains and crews. Ttra eliips, it is said, arc tiot eo well put together, nor .(...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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