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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 May 1841

Ti.iois or run AMi:mcA. SUNBUJ1Y 11 R.N RY B. MAKSEK, JOSliril EISEI.Y. rVDMBIIKKII AHO- norm troita. . It. .7I.1SSKU, f.dilor. orriCR IX MAIIRET RTHEET, Htll DEED. THG" AMERICAN" in published every Salur AND SIIAMOK1N JOURNAL. "3 lay at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo lo mill naif yearly in advance. Io paper discontni led till ali arrearages are piid. No subscription s received for it loss period than u noJTin. All communication or lctlets on Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of Ihe majority,-iho vital prineiplo of Republics, from which there l no nppral but to force, the vital principle and immediate pa.-ent ol dcspjtlsm. Jeffkbso. usinras retnlinn; to the oilier, to insure attention, Ily Matter & Wisely. Simbtiry, !loi'lIiutubtil:tii(I to. Sa'.urtlay, May ;, is II. Vol. I Xo. XXXVI. oust lie TOST PAID. .1 Prom the Boston Nation. EAGLE'S ADDKKSS TO KSULAXD. ' Cock-a-dundlc-doo ' BY JESSK E. 1IOW, 190., "Could we lie Iiut certain th'it unbecoming con ssion would secure lis from a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 May 1841

TUB PHKIUKST. I Mtcrnry Ciulni.ll). A London correspondent of the New VoikWg ,'ho author of a work recently published in Pur writes 5 ' tj, P(i,rj 2e f.ivrr dm Singulnrites gives the f .1- I wit mi of tho passengers on lir li Ir'nto j ,mjn tt Rc-tii(tis tludy on tho names of Napoleon New York, in which her em-going qua ities wore I Bnn 1)ip,pi,.rrc- vmply le-tcl in a recvero gnlo of eight or tm days. J Xhh T , ,10 f1)rmiri no nn, dnvercd .-ho was slow, hut all on boiirj wore amply satisfied j ,lial ,,y rc(l(.il)g clu.r ,y ,.rr r,om ,l0 That tio ship afloat was belter al!e to encounter rough weather; nnJ ' 1 confident that nothing tut some-sudden and unexpected disaster, such as triking nn iceberg, would endanger her ultimate safety. It will indeed he an awful caducity if this noble ship 1ms poiishcd at sea, with more than one hundred human beings, and none left to tell the A .London paper of the 3d, thus speculates i "That tli is fine vessel can have foundered seems 'by all opinions...

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. — 29 May 1841

PRICE CUUIiENT. Corrected weekly hy Henry Yoxlhthner. NVllKAT, Ivir, f0 fi() 40 25 6 mo 12 25 12J 7ft 200 8 10 7 Oats, Four, FtAxsrr.n, HfTTr.R, Hkf.swax, Tallow, . Piiikd Aecrum, Dll. I'ilACHKH, Flax, lUcKi.ni Flax, E(IS, THE success which linn attended llic ne of Dr. HurlieJt't (,'erman Aperient and Compound ttrrngtheulnsr Tunic Pih, is truly astonishing. It is no vain (must to say thin medicine has proved by its happy ilTicls in tlic rurc of a vaiirty of disease lo which the hum. in frame is liable, to bo easily su perior to the many preparations before tho publ c. Many of these prep .rations are compounded hy in dividuals who ore positively ignorant of the myste ries of the human system, nnd morn prclcnih r to medical knowledge. l)r. llarlieh, however, is cele brated among the tSernian fieuhy as man of the highest scientific attainments, am) equally distin guished throughout Europe, as a successful medical practitioner, spent most of the year of a useful life in the uquisition o...

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. — 29 May 1841

to nn: a o mm i a iiy. . THE success, which hr.n nm ruled the n-e of f. i'urhcVs Herman Aperient and Cotnpmind lirtagihen'r.g Tonic 7 Is truly iisddiMiiiiR. Jl ' no vniii Im0! t hi soy this medicine lias proved Iiy I'f.pj y id'rls in lint euro of a variety uf discuses ' "Inch 'ho human frame is lial le, lo he vastly su Valor to (tin iti:iiv Tvepmotioiis bi foro tho puhl c. Many of there preparations ate compounded ly m oviduuls who arc positively ignorant of tho my s-tc- c of the Iiu'miii system, and mere piclemdus :o medical 1, ihih lidfrr. Dr. Hurlirh, however, is celc j'Cil uni mix tho German family ns n iiv.in of the flip urn nientiiio iilluinniciits, ur.d fiiia'dy disiiii-,'.ii-!nd throughout Europe, ns a successful medical ! MUiwu-r, spent uiot-i of the yvnrt of a uwltil lift- u ,i.i.i:"m of such knowledge us tntpht provo 4 a lit iii i.U Ut his fellow cicuttucs. In die ills which c iiiventii', nt.d which bear his name, the public re assured of nit article that posecs-ic mure t...

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. — 5 June 1841

TLTN1BOTY AMERIC AN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL: imci:s or AmrrrrisiXG. I square 1 insertion, 1 do S do ' 1 do 3 do fO 60 0 TS 1 00 0 85 F.vcry subsequent incrticn, Yearly Advertisements, (with the privifcgn ot alteration) one column 25 ; half column, fH, three aqunrca, $12; two squares, f 9 ; one rquate, $5. Without the privilege of situation a liberal day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo bo paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin Ucii till Al.t arrearages are-paid. No subscriptions received for a less period thin aix mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the ollico, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. discount will bo made. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vitalprinciple of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jxtraaso'v. Advertisements lolt without direction ss ti tba length of tiinothef aro lo bo pi.blihed, will b continuod until ordered out, and ciiurged...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 June 1841

o From the N. Y. Scottish Juurnal. THE McLKOlt CARE. Wa feel much pleasure in (riving place to the following communication from Mr. Alexander Mr Lend, intended to rrfute the false allrgntiinio inven- J and circulated by tfirmghtka individual. We "t'usl, as Lis eutK rings a an innocent person have ilready been great, no further statement v i 1 1 be s.eccssaiy to stop "llie busy tongue of slander." To the Editor of the Scottish Journal: Venn Sir; My attention has often been called !i several f dse allegation tcl.ilivo to ine, that have '.lecome part of llie history of ll.o Mcl.eod Cane; one, (hi t I bad boasted at Lockport that I was at to burning of the Caroline, and was the actual jnuidcrer of Dtnfee-, and that the indictment has !ecn found, nnd ulterior proceedings predicated on iid boost, 'J he absurdity of the allegation was so apparent, I thought it unworthy cf notice. Even a Lock port jory would not indict a man upon any such asser tion. I ncvar said I wa at tho destruction of ...

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. — 5 June 1841

b l g I), At Nstrhri, on the 4th of May last, GEORGE SNYDER, formerly of this place. Coal Trade Amount of Cnnl carried on t! Danville an J 'ottsville Rail Road to Sunbury for ahipping, du ing the week ending on June 3, 014 Tons. Per last report, 2,181 Total, 2.795 JOHN BUDD, w. PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer. Wheat, 60 Rt, ...... 60 Con, ...... 40 Oats, ...... 25 Pork, ...... 6 FLAXSttD, 100 UuTTgR, ..... 12$ Beeswax, 25 Tnow, 12$ Dhiru Apple!), ..... 75 Do. Pxicass, .... 200 Ftit, .8 Hkcklrd Flax, .... 10 Eoas, - 7 CLEANSE AKD STRENGTHEN. The only aure and best course to pursue in cu rl g diseases, of whatever nature they muy be, in: rat, to cleanse and purify the Stomach and Bow 'a by gentle aperients; secondly, to give strength nd tone to those tender organs by the ise of proper tnics. Thia mode ia alwnye pursued by regular hysicians, which they well know to be the only jurse to resort to, to ( fleet a speedy and permanent ire. Dr. Hablich's Compound Strength...

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. — 5 June 1841

" TO THE COMMUNITY. tV;t r.iccesa which hsa attended the ue o(Dr, -ti l!ch Herman Aperient and Compound Tunic Pills, Is truly astonishing. It n vain biinsi to Fay this medicine ha proved by in ti n i y ilj'ix'i ill tlie cure of a vatitty of discuses " wh.rh thr hui 'an frame i liable, to bo vastly so rlor to (he many preparation before the pnbl t. 'Inrty of 1 1n ic pir ji .rations are compounded hy in- "lusis who art pusiti-o:y ienorant uf the tnysic- "! -' e lumnii syMcm, and tm re prctcridiia !o .,! km-wltdge. Dr. Ilariith, however, r ecle- I ';.: iii! t!io German faculty as a mm of tha n r-ii Mii'ic nUatii uutil.-s and equally distin '' t';i. 'v!i'UI ! r.ipr, ns a sucecsg'ul medical .. c i i : t.n. r. spent loosi ot the ytars of a useful lifii 'In- i,uittion of such knowledge us muM tirnvc ' ...'..:..: i . I. . . .-..i 1 . .. . l .i. .. . , , i : p" in urn n now cieaiures. in Hie pll.S WHICH ' invented, n which hear hi name, the public v .. smmI uf an article that possesses more ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 June 1841

TENUIS OF THE AMEllICAX." HENRY 0. MASSER, JOSEPH EISELY. J PtiBLianmii j Paoraii-roa. . B. JttJtSSEH, Editor, ottlCI IS MAB-IT STKIIT, MtAB DIM. THE AMERICAN" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be piiJ half yearly in advance. No paper tlisconiin ued till a Lt arrearage! are paid. No subscription received for a le period than ix mouths. All cornmunicationa or letter on buiincs relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. From the Al Y. Sunday Mercury. Machine Poetry. Sammer la Nigh. Mis Spring. The fickle thing. This year has l en upon a spree ; One day Quite gay. And full of mirth and glee ; The next sad. The next glad, And next da after, melancholy j JJut I ciin see That we Shall he Coon rid of all her folly Eor the welcome comer. Summer, Will be here soon, Upon the rosy car of June, To deck with flowers Those half-trimmed bowera That Irzv Spring so carelessly ha slighted, And aee that all things once again are righted. I love to hear The h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 June 1841

Tlin'l bo ready to concur with you in the alo 11 olV.'.ch system as you may propose, reserving myself the ultimate power of rejecting any tnea '.rc which niny in my virw of it confliU with tlie 'onstiuilicn or othciwisc jeopard tli prosperity of 1!io country 5 a pov.oi which I could not part with vm if 1 would, 1 nl winch I will riot believe any net of yours will call into rcqui.-ition I c?rj:r.t avoid iccurrir", in connexion with this iljeet, to the necessity which exists for adopting t mo suitihle measure whereby tho ultimate crca ion uf banks by the flatus mny be corrected in Julure. Such rcstili tan be most readily achieve i-, ll.o cone..t cf llio Slates, to be expressed in the loiiii of n compact among themselves, which they i in only enter into with the consent and approba- ii -n "f tl.-s Ci'cr;:!uont : a consent which might, in tho present emergency of thn public demand, vistifubly I c given in advance of any action by the t lutes as an induceincnt to such action upon tctnis ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 June 1841

( Communicated.) Mr. EniTon Permit me through the medium of your paper to recommend JACOB HAAS, of Shainokin, as a suitable person for Commissioner. Mr. Haas is not only a correct business man, but an industrious and economical farmer and mechanic. His election would, we think, give very general eatisfaelion to his neighbors, and the citizens of Shamokin ; and we are confident he would receive the almost unanimous support of the democratic purly of AUGUSTA. ( Communicated) Mb. Emtoh Permit me to recommend throur;h the columns of your paper, C1IKISTIAN DAU S II LAG, of Sliamokin, as a candidate for the office of County Commissioner, ot the next general elec tion. A SHAMOKIN DEMOCRAT. From the V. S. Gazelle. J. R. Chandler Dear Sir: In your paper of his morning you have two versifications of a por ion of "David," neither of them are exactly cor ed if my memory serves me. The following is .he true rending : Ye race is nolle For to be gotta By himme who fastest runnes, Nor Ye baltelle B...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 June 1841

TO THE COMMUNITY. TIIR Micrit which hns attended I bo nse of f. tiii.l-c't's Cirnan Aperient and Compound n ;!u, i,ing Tunic 1'ih'a, it truly flfonitbing. Il m no vain boast lo lay this medicine tin proved by ' happy filets in Ihe curefif a variety of diseases i vhxii tlii human frame in lit! In, lo lie vastly au 1 1 nor l the many preparations bt fore the pul l c. Many nf there prcparctiona ate compounded by it. vir'i.lunla who arc positive:y iunorant of the myslc i f ;hc human system, and mere preteiidcia to " cdical know I. d,ee. Dr. ilarlirli, however, ia celc- J ed utnong ll c German faculty aa a man of the holiest pci'i.tlfc oitainmcht, ami rqunlly distin guished throughout Euro, aa a successful medical ,'fnriiliiiiKr, spent most of the yrara of a useful lile in the uquiai'ton nf such knowledge, as might prove : ncfieiai to his fellow riealun a. In iho pills which !.o invrtiteJ, and which bear hie name, llie public '! assured of an article that possesses more than i.t'innty vi...

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. — 19 June 1841

Li.ii.-iJi; '.M.f"L'll!JL!J.M' .W-aJi''.':" TEIUIS OF TUB " AMEUlt'AX." UNBUffil" AMERICAN. rttici: or Aiyi:tMisic;. I square 1 insertion, ff) 60 1 do 2 do . 0 7ft I do 3 d.i 1 OA levity suboequlnt inscrtii-.n, 0 Sft Yearly Advertisements, (with the privilege nl HENRY D. MASSEUR Puaustmas ap JOSEPH EISELY. . PnomiKTOHB. . II. JMS.SEH, Editor. orrict m markkt strket, jear deer. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be paid half yearly In advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a lean period than it mouths. All communicationa or letters on justness relating to the ollice, to iniure attention, nust be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL alteration) one column $25 ; half column, $18, three squares, $1 2 ( two squares, f'J j one square, f r. Without the privilege of alteration a liberal discount will be made. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the msjo.i'y, the vital principle of Rcpuhfics, from whic...

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 1841

Jllitll !''' 'JLi!Mil.J.l.- . From the U. S. Gazette. fl.XlV OP A FISCAL AOEWT. Mr. Walkrv moved the following! Resolved, That the Select Co-fittiiltce, to Whom referred the question of reporting, to the Senate on ihe tuhjoct eft fiscal agent for the Government of the United Statos, be directed to inquire into tire expediency of vesting the control of said agency in h bosrd of nix directors, locited at the city of Wash i i g'on, to be chosen by a joint Tote of both Houses of Congress, two of said director to be elected at -inch successive vote, each member being permitted 1 1 vote anly on each occasion for one director, so as in prevent said board being placed under the con s' rul of the Executive or of any party, Resolved, That said committee be also instruc ted To inquire into the expediency of tendering to the (Hate branches of said fiscal agency, on the con lilion precedent, that said Stales have first "entered into an agreement with each other for the gradual (nil prospective 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. — 19 June 1841

PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxtheimtr, Wiuat, DO Ktr, 60 Coair, ...... 4n Oats, . . .30 PoRK, ...... 6 Ft.Axsr.in, . 100 Bcrrsn, ..... 10 Bkkswax, ...... 25 Tallow, 12$ Dniaii Aptlfk, ..... 75 Do. PCACHKR, .... 200 Flax, 8 IIkcrlcd Flax, .... 10 Eon, ...... 7 IMPORTANT jo Undersigned Inke pleasure in Kiibmitting . lo the pub ic the following Rcco irm ndations irPratt'i Cast Iron Smut Mill and Grain Ilullrr lo II dealer in Grain and mnnufactors of Flour, be ioving it to be superior to any tiling of Ihfl kind ver off 'red to the public. All orders addressed to 'ol. .1. M'Fuddcn, Lcwishnrg. Union county Pcnu ylvania. EBENEEZER SO.IJIRE, JACKSON M'FADDIN. Lewisburg, June 19, 1841. CEItTIFIC.ITESt Moat z" a Mill, Centre Co., March 30, 1811. J. M'FAnntu Sib: I cheerfully testify lo the nodnesa and durability of Pratt's Cant Iron Smut till arri Grain Hullcr, aa being; a fur superior arli- e lor the cleaning of smut and all other impuritira lat I have ever seen, and I have bee...

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. — 19 June 1841

TO THE COMMUMTY. Tt!TMK-vss wliich hut attended (lie itse of Dr. I mfi'rh'a Urrtnan Aperient and Compound ' ri ngliming Tonic Pills, is truly astonishing. Il is no vnm boast to nr thin medicine ha prove J by v happy i fT.cts in (lit- cure of variety cf diseases a liit-li the human fiume i liable, to bn vastly su I trinr to the mnny preparation before the pub) t . .Vutiy of these preparation are compounded by in !vidmls 1io ort- positively ignorant of the myste ries ot ttie human ystcm, and mere pretenders to medicol knowledge. Dr. Hnrlich, however, is ceb Suited among the Grrman faculty ns a man of the liuhcst scientific attainments, and equally distin guished throughout Europe, as a successful medical prnctitioni r, spent most of the years of a useful life in the Rquiuiiinn of audi knowledge as might prove 'riiificmlto his follow creatures. In the pill which li-; invented, and which bear his name, the public i . f assured of an article that posresse more than indiuary virtues. From...

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. — 26 June 1841

1WfPW ti:rms or the AMnniCAS." HENRY D. MASSEK, JOSEPH 1SISEI.Y. ) PistisHra asd 5 PROraiKTORR. . It. JIASSliU, lUlltor. nrriCI II MIIKKT iTRHKT, Klin DfcKj. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur ly at TWO DOLLARS per annum lobe iit half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin id till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period thin x mouths. All communications or letter on isines relating to the office, to insure attention, ust be POST PAID. From the JVeiu Orleans Picayune. 1 U S t tO 1 II H i . Dust to dust ! the tolling bell l'eaU the mournful "Fit re thee well !" Dust to dust! the solemn drum Warns again of doom to come. Jlust to dust ! the good nud brave, (rent nnd lowly, I. ml nml slave, Crinkled ago with silver hnir, Youlh and strength and beauty fair, Doth the venal mid thr just Own the doom of Dul to DuhI! Pas the solemn pageant by ! Who slm 1 1 le the next to die? Who shall red his neighbor' fco. And the mystic dooming trace ! lie of firmest heart ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 June 1841

ton TKK AMERICAN. Fir who Vvmild lose, Tho' full of in thii Intellectual Being, These thought that wander through eternity. To perish rather 1" Milton. Mysterious Power, Unresting source of pleasure and of pain, 1 hi! Uftvel'sl boundless space wilh light'ning speed, A ml sonr'ft beyond those myriads of worlds, To brighten Scenes, whero sorrow never comes, Or down to lowest depths of torment wing'st Thy flight. Who would resign thee to be noighl 1 Not one. The pining captive in Ids dungeon t I'loom, shut from the light of Heaven, clings to thee; The wretched felon in his galling chains, An outcast from mankind, whom Mark despair Dooms tpa present Hell, and conscious guilt Forbids en hope beyond the grave, siiV cling to j snj n,ore ,lan 55,000,000 tons were consumed in Tiie Coal, Iron niut 'Wlirnl of Pennsylvania. Thc three great staple products of the Keystone Slate are her Cost nnd Iron Mines and her Wheat. Some inlcrestins sl.ili-tit w ilh reference to each of Iheso were presented ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 June 1841

MOffKY MATTERS hrvrnue Ihll Accepting Hanks. a table las been published in many of ihe paper, purport tin to exhibit the amount of money which the ac rpting Bank will be authorised to issue under tie "Revenue Dill," which ia eironeous in many specls, we publish below a table, which we be rvn to be entirely accurate, showing the amount 'hich each accepting Uank will issue. !.xchnnge Dank of Pittsburg t& Bran ches $1G9.764 00 fcrchants St Manufacturer Dank of Pittsburg 120,000 00 onk oflVnn Township 96,734 98 lanufacturers & Mechanics Dank of Philadelphia 60.2C0 00 armer Dank of Lancaster 80,000 00 auk of Cheater County 71,192 00 anx of the Northern Liberties 70,000 00 arrisburg Dank 75,000 00 iiambersburg Bank 00,015 00 oyamensing Dank 62,500 0(1 inner Bank of Reading 00,072 00 irslile Dank 57,563 25 iners Bunk of Poltsville 49,0.16 25 irk Bank 4!,56l 50 ink of Lcwistown 42,258 25 ink of Delaware County 43.057 50 .ncaster Bank ,HH,4;)0 06 wanda Dank :7,500 00 nk of Germantown...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 June 1841

7 0 77 C0MMVX1TY. . THE aorrrsa which hn attended the n nfV. H'irl'cJi't Herman Aperient and Comptntnd cigtfiitihig Tunir Pith, Is truly natc.nl. Iiii'lt- ft " lo'vain boast to say thii medicine has proved l happy i flirts in the cure of a vaih-l of diseases ! which th human frame in liable, to bo vastly su I riot to the ninny preparations In-fure the puhl c. Many nf thise preparations are compounded by in- ivi.luals who an positively ignorant of the myst. F.i i f ihe human aystcm. ond mere pretenders to i, e licul knowledge. Dr. Harlich, however, is cole h ated nmoua; the Grrman faculty as a man of llie t -priest scientific attainment, and rqttully ilinlin rmshed throughout Europe, na a successful meilictil I tar'itioncr, spent most of the years of a useful life in ihu eouisittnn of such knowledge as might prove I t nt fil ial to his fellow rrcnturcs. In the pills which I c invrnled, and which brnr his name, the public irn assured of an article that posses- more than tiulinary virt...

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