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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 July 1847

TERMS OF T1H3 " AMERICA!." , H. B. MA8SER, t. . ) rniMiu see JOSEPH , EISELY. PaeraisTona. .., . ,' JIT. B. Jtdttr, ,t . Met in CtntrtAlUyl itTiht rear, of Jt, Urn TrfR AMCmC.(tN (t rrabiished every Sst'ut it ai i nu wuuaio per annum 10 os -i.l L-l 1 ! 1 W . J; .1 -J ' ( i ru tui iu Brrf-araaTes ar nam.. No subscriptions received for ten period then it afowra. All communications or letter on usineae relating lo the office, to insure attention, iut be POST. PAID. . , . "Philadelphia Witch and Jewelry Store," io. 96 North 8ECOND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Welch, full jewelled, IS cerate ises, J 48 00 8tler Later Wtchre, full 1 jewelled, Silver Lever Wstchee, ss S3 00 19 00 ven jewel, . . Leuine Watch e. jewelled, finest quality, 14 00 uperior Qusrtirr Watches, : '. , 10 00 minion Quartier Wetche,not warranted, S 00 old Sprctsrle, 00 ine Silver Spectacle, 1 1 7fl old Urao Iota with topal atone, t 60 ulie' GolJ Pencil, 16 carat, , S 00 (old Pinter King 37 ct to $ 9 ; YVa'ch Gl...

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. — 24 July 1847

I i. a ran i poji ikxicii. Mr. Trior Mission to, olcxico Secrctsry Bu ' chnr.HiiV Letter to the Mcx Can' Government , jUcncrtl Scott Demtnds rteply Hi Ultimatum! Mexican Congress without Quorum No Tiding from Cndwaltder br ; ptiiow.' ; . ,:: ;,, ' . . The Picayune Extra, of July 19, ha received the arrival of tb eteamer McKIm, which left Vera Crua on tl.e 4th iot ., filet from tbe city of Mexico to the 28th ult. Tht Government paper tublished a communication from tba Minister of Fwreign Affaii adJrsed to tht member of th Mexican Congress, referring to them a despatch from Secretary Buchanan, announcing the ap (.ointment ol Mr. Triat. Mr. Buchanan'e letter it stated April 13th. It acknowledges the receipt of the Mexican minitter't letter of the 2d Feb , declining to accede to ottr propoiition to aenil Commissioners to Jalapa, Havana, or any other point, bpforn the blockade of the Mexican port should he raited and the Mexican territory eva mated hy our troopa. Mr., Buchanan write tlwt...

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. — 24 July 1847

ingtm left Bremen on the 2Vh, her regular day of "eallinjr, ' 'and reached Houihamptoft on the S?ih, in the forenoon, performing the voyage in forty-six hours, w o -.! -. r..; ,!.; t - Midshipman Roams hr.l written a letter to hit father, who reside r.eaf New Castle, Delaware. It It dsted City of Mexleo, 'June 28, and itatea that the writer' was allowed the liberty of the city. further states, however, that he had not received any etippoit from the Mexican govern', ment, snd that hewatt twice fobbed oiVhia way from the sea coast to the city of Mexico." SiurMRNT or BKAOsttirrs.-i-13,000,000 bneh el of corn, 3,700,t00 bushel of wheat, ami 3, 000,000 barrel of Hour the' whole valued at $33,000,000 have been shipped this season to Great Britain and Ireland alone. ' "'" ' ' ' - . I. -JB tk.. J, i . T Swtntst STRAMta Afloat The atea rnerAlida now waken the trip between New York and Albany,' (154 miles,) jn seven hoiiri caaijy. Thi it at the te of twenty two miles an hour, Ai'pftoratATx. A...

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. — 24 July 1847

f B!iSaKV" tb jm- sr. Prr Talk find rhnrrh Scandal. That tall young fellow' hr to day ! I wonder what' his name ? Iln eye are fixed upon our pew Do look at Sally Dame. Who is that lady dressed in green t It can't be Mr. Leach; There's Mr. Jone with Pes con Gile! I wonder if he'll preach. I.tt'd rr your fan, it ii no warm, V.V hnlh will sit to prayeri J Mourning becomei the widow A me How Mary's bonnet flare. Do look nt Nancy Sloper'a vpil ! It's full a breadth too wide; I wonder if Susannah Ayres, Appeara to-day a bride? Lord ! what a voice Jane Rice baa got ! Oh, how that organ roars ; I'm glad we've left the singer' seats How hard Miss Johnson snore. What ut ly shawls are those in iront ! Did yon observe Ann Wild? Her new straw- bonnet's trimm'J with black, I guess she's lost a child. I'm half asleep that Mr. Jones! His sermons are so long ; ' This nltemoon we'll si at home And practice that new song. Fact for nil to Read. The hawk, and many other birds fly at the rate of not less...

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. — 31 July 1847

TERMS, OF TIIK AMEallCAN." H. D. MA8SER, JOSEPH EISELY. Poiiimiii as 5 Paopaia-roas. K. B. JRJSSJKM, Kdttor, Office in Centre jieyTinthe rear of H. Mas ter's Store. THE AMERICA N" Is published every Satur day tt TWO DOLLARS er annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Alt arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a lees period than ait HOftTM. AH communication or fettera on business relating to the office, to iniure attention, snust be POST PAID. "WATCHES JEWELB.T, IT THI "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Sore," No. 00 North SEUOrVD street, comer of Quarry. GOLD Lever Watches, full juwelleJ, 18 carat cases, $4S 00 Silver Lever Wjtctua, full jewelled, S3 00 Silver Lever Watches, se ven jewels. 18 00 Silver Leiune Welches, jewelled, fineit quality, M 00 Superior Quartirr Watches, 10 00 Imitation (juartier Watches, not warranted, ft 00 Gold Spectaclea, K 00 Fine Silver Spectacle, I 75 tiald Bracelets with topae atones, 5 60 Ladies' Gold Pencil, 16 rura...

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. — 31 July 1847

I't'im thii N. O. Oelis.nf the 16th and l?lh mat. i iik rniMishH of icc hmacio., Intertilling flartalive of the Capture,. 4 J; nn(itrr SiiJiringt, ec, of Major Grtinei ami BnrluniTt I' arty in Mexico. , There Arrived yesterday in our city, -by the fchr. Homo, from Tompicn, John Swigert, John ftcolt, W. llolcman, of Capt. Milam's Compa ny of Kentucky Cavalry, P. Tunk, of Capt. Penniiictdii'ii, ai.d V. p. Denowitr, of Capt I leady's Company, all of whom belonged to (ho ennunnm! of Major Cnines, which was captured Int.' February near Encarnacion by large Mexi can force under Gen. Mi nun. These gillsnt follows, who are very young men, escaped from their guard at the town of Itoejutla, about Torly leagues from Tampico. and, reaching tho latter place in safety, after a mint perilous and trying march, embarked for ih i port in the echxner Home. " The principal events of the capture of Majors Gaines and Borland's parties are well known to mir readers. These officers, with three compa nies o...

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. — 31 July 1847

PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Tuesday, July, 23 . . Flour and Ghaim Stock of Flour light and maiket quiet. GooJ Western it worth Jo j and fresh ground $53 a 5j. Corn Meal, $1j for Fenna. ami $3J for Erandywine, though we have heard of a tale of the latter at $3 J. Rye Flour it offered at S3g. Grain Wheat, good red it ararre at $11; white $1 30 ; Corn is worth 70 to 80c for Penna. yellow and 78c for Southern, with tales. No alea of Rye. Oatt are worth 46c. Whiskey It held at 26 a 29 in hhda and bbl. J3ALTI1UOIIB MAItKRT OJJice oMBAtTioa Amicak, July 26. ' GRAIN New Wheat it very much wanted, but the receipta are trilling, an.! only In very amall lota, which tell at UOalKJctt. Jbrgood to prime reds, and 120 ctt. for white. Salet of Maryland white Corn at 70 cenl. One or two parcels of yellow told at 73 cents. A lot of Pennsylvania yellow, from ttore, wat Bold at 75 cents. Oats are worth 43a4.icts. sales. WHISKEY. Sales of several lott were made to day at 2.1 cfs. for Ibis, which is an improve ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 July 1847

iwn".' hup 'Jiii? Fca-rcr for alt Men. Bf VICTOft HIICO. My daughter, go and pray; tee, night ii come : One golden planet pierces through the gloom; Tremble the misty outline of the hill. I. uteri! tin- distant wheels in darkness glide All e1e ii bushed i the tree by the road side Shakes in the wind iti dutt strewn branches still. Day ii for evil, weariness and pain, ' Let iif to prayer ! calm night it comt again ; The wind among the ruisvd tower to bare Sij;hs mournfully; the herdt, the flocks and streams, All suffer, all complain ; worn nature seem Longing for peace, for slumber, and for prayer. 1 1 i the hour when babet with angelt tpealc, While we are rushing to our pleasures weak Ami tinful, all young children, with bent knees, Eyes raised to Heaven, and tmall handt folded fair, Say Ht the self-tame hour the selfsame prayer On our behalf, to Him who all things teet. And then they eleep ; oh ! peaceful cradle tleep ! .!! childien't hallowed prayer! religion deep Of love, not fea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 August 1847

terms op nra AW miCAX. ' juscm.. . . ... 1 1 r.reiTaa. OJiet kt CtntriMlhtnJ Urearf .Vat .JT ' tri. r,h7 Ttf AUEffl(UNM iTTubhtWetery Sstor iy lTlW'1JOT,13lRr fi Annum t be paid ktffrr.1rtdiMCr .toaf dlseontin urnl Witt irrrarage are paid. ' " No subscription received fat taw period than it asnn. ' All eommunietlortaor letter on Astwe veWtiag let He etfceie invar etssarlon una be POST, P AID. .n-A.. .' t.iL.-..i 1, j-'gg Ni. It Nona SKCON D at rett, Corner i.f Quarry . ;6L0 Lever Watche,fell ' jewelled, I i ratal case, $45 00 euver L.ar r aicura, juii t 8ilver t.ever Watches, ae. " ' " ven towel. 18 OT Silver Leuioa Watolna, i"wlJ, Tioeat quality, UH Superior Quartirr Welches, . . 10 00 lmiilipo.iiurlicrWatche,Bot wartantaJ, , ft 00 Gold pecacley " ' 4 ' " 1 00 Fine Silver Spectacle, , . . I 7 Gold Brao lata with Vlt t'onea, j . .1 8 60 Ladiea Gold Teocda, 10 carat,) , ,, 3 00 Gold Fimer King. 37 cU to $8 j Watch Glee ses, plain, 124 cU ueient, 18jt- Lone. 25. O tlier article in pnp...

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. — 7 August 1847

nirfU. OP MRXICAM in iKt.t.init'vcrc. I'l.i Forte t'immiwmit-Thtir Appointment Vntt tot. The ?w Orleans Pieiynne learnt from tmirc rnt tlTed to all credit,' ihnt Pierce did , not J lcv Vefa Crui on the 17th, but expected to atari on the evening of the isih. Hit health u completely te-etttblished. " " " " ' The Governor of Vert Crm bad teceived in formation that an itleck would be mad en the place iwn at General Pierre reft, and he took the necessary precaution to repel it. if mad. The tettert published in the Picayune aay no thins in fetation to the force collected at the Na tional Bridge to oppose the march of ear troop. Letter from authentic sourret at the Capital received at Vera Cruz, aasert fioaitively that Santa Anna wa in favor of peace, and that he wi only waiting till the peace party acquired n unJiiputeJ ascendency before declaring him self. It u unkr.owt at Vera Crni whether the iVace Commissioners were (elected by Santa Anna or Congress, or whether Congrett bad tt tcmblc...

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. — 7 August 1847

0 Cea. Taylot at Bonlmy. I In inrtkft column we publish the proceed ihgi, in part, of the Celebration f the 4th of July at M ontetey, by Gn. Taylor ami other of the ar my. Gen. dishing, an abt statesmen, and ' for merly our minister to China, Wat th orator of the day.' In reply to tottf ' proposing him at our next President, fan.. Taylor again content to becoma th Candida! of lb people, if they cannot agree npon aome on who can terva them tetter. " Thrf people have already "most emphati cally decides) that jtettion, and Gen. 'Taylor it therelora virtually In the field at their candidate For honesty and integrety, free ftora all dittimn latioa ; for firmoei in purpose, and soundne of judgement, they know he hae no tnperior Wo were, we confess, at (lrt tome what ttattled at the Idea of taking military man for Presi dent. Thit it, bojvever, one of th popular pre judice ol the day, founded on error and the his tory of the darkag, when people were ignorant of their right and power,' and ...

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. — 7 August 1847

, ., , J Vrjs kubllna Seng. Jtf ..' , Ti, h wii lovely, he wa fair, v ; I As mild summer even ; "." '. An angel form, a spirit bright, n , A star tht dropped from Heaven, (Well b was.) And Oh J those bnght and lustrous, orb, That beamed with holy fire; Those auburn tnrls, that lovely brw, None, none, fcnt could admire. , (Well, tbey cwldn't ) ; . . Anl Oh! that bright and graceful form, -So lik a beauteous fairy ; , ., rerhap we'd lea v out tke .', ' And then it would be airy. , '. . (Well, it would ) 1 knelt before her and I twwe, , ' , I'd have wie burning kiss ;. . , , i , ,,,,, She aid : ''Co wash your dirty lace, You can't enjoy such blin " ' '. (Well, one did jf 1 twote alia wii an angel, too, . . . ' f Who'd fallen from the sky; ' " " ( She cried : .Ob ! for a pair of whip, ' '' , Once more to soar on high,", ; j .,t -r . I (Indeed, aha did ; "What, what," I cried, "and Would jrou thus, A l-'ter true deaertf". , ,', bioke, 'Oil! heavens'." the cried, the cralie lie' There goe...

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. — 14 August 1847

1 . . ti'-hms or TtiV. " AMEItlCAS." II. B, A88F.R, PcBiiaaias B JOSEPH EtSEl.Y. Pimiimi. v JT. MSSKM, BaVUr. ' '' Ojfict fii VtniriTAlley, in i he rear of tt. Mat- ' e?'s Store.) ' "' THE X M rt Rib A N" Isfubil.hea' every 9tnf dy TWO DOLLARS per annum to b paid tkkTf yearly in advance No paper discontii ud till III arrearage are paid. . . Nosabseriplions received for lees period than STa. All communication or letter on buetne rotating to the office, to Inter attention, muM be POST PAID. . t sqntr 1 Insertion, . fpt B k ) 4o L "' o 1 4a V do -. ; 1 EvsutserHinisHtil,.- ,. . J .Yasrlt AdwHaaraetttst ena ealUmn. IIS t half ajt' ' v. - . i v-. : j i f v - i i i t . -AND BHAMQKIW JOUJRNALV 4- rolumn.f I i. thitMritat.v lit (..two sijusrea, i one Piiaq, jn. naii-ywy,ny i oris column, slot fcalr eoluma, . j tbses sqcar, $8 1 two square, $6; one equits, S 60. .. , . .... , A ,1l iawt tail altkn iIrttnnLa In tktt Abaolute cfuieacenc in the deciaiona of the. majority, the Vital prinefpt of ...

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. — 14 August 1847

.i n. OB. TATLOfl'S PI.IC Atl'ttB TfttP, Special Correspouderic of the N 0. Pleayuris ' ! Mobtehev, Mexico, July 10, 18-17. j I have jual learned that 4rty ie to start for below early to-morrrow morning, of which op-' puNumty I hit etai! tfiyK.tnd wilt endea vor' in give you to account of General 1 sylor'a trie In Mamalcqui, the plantation or Geo. Anata. I apprised you in my last that ha wsd to make an excursion, and uf my inteotioo to make one of (lie party. .? - It was quite refreshing to are the old general mounted on hie horse on Wedneedsy morning, the 7th inst., eurroundcJ by the membereof his staff, about to leave the monotony of hia camp, t.i enjoy himself for a few daye--e gratification he baa deuied himself until now. Gen, Cuahing and In eid-de-cen.'p accompanied the expedi tion, escorted by a doten dragoons. We touk (he rd to Salinas, which I tea in a direction a Mite north of east, about twenty milea from Monterey, and through the village of Saa Nico lae de Us Cagae, a fl...

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. — 14 August 1847

AnoTntR LtTTtn mom Gt.it, Tatlos.- We make the, following extracts erf a letter from Gen. Baylor, in reply to one Trot Can. Smith, in relation to tha Presidency and Native Ameri canism.' : The old hero, K will be aaen, fa still firm in hie determination to become the candi date of no party. We rejoice at it, and truet that politicians pf all partiea now cease their fruitiest efforts to entrap hiin., The letter is da ted July 6, 1847. 'Upon tho pointe alluded to in those remark, and to which member of the Native American party require assent from those whom they fa vor fur tho Preaideacy,' I can only aay with all candor, that if elected to that office it must be by the spontaneous will of the naopln at large, and without agency or pledeeon my part in any particular. ' If I evrr fill that high office, it ninst be untrammelled with party obligations or interests of any kind, aud under none but those which the Conatut ion and the hiph interest of the nation at large most seriously and s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 August 1847

fcvlittoaVV 0lt""i'v ; (I,Ti Tbe Cincinnati Advertiser f ivee the follow-, no; record a to the closinf scenes of litV ami final resting place of soma of that gallant Wind of officer who figured in our revolutionary atrophic: t' '( - - GeiL fiercer is usually said to haw been trilled at the battle el Princeton, but really died r an epileptic fit, in thai neighborhood, week Iter thet'affairt" The popular notion ia derived f rota the fact that he received e Mow on the head, from the butt end of d roesket, in the hands of a British eoldibr, fn full retreat with hie Comrades. He was knocked down and stun ned fbr snme time' ae (he consequence. Mer cer was famed in Christ Church, Philadelphia. - Putnam was disabled from active service in the very middle of tho strife, 1779, by a partly tw etrrAe, but survived till 1790, being 72 vears of ape at Ins death, lie was buried at Brooklyn, Conn. Wayne died at Eric, Pa., where he wsa htiri eii. At a later date the body wae transported Chester coun...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 August 1847

I .T Kit MS OF TUB " AMEWICASV? ,,11. B. MAHSER, ,,w . rvsueasas Ana' ,.ir . MK BW V wit in Cir MUy ' JV eVa .f - ' - t ' .lSl52rfiJ.isi.,t b 'H i ..f r Til E V AMERICA N .', is publishes every 8tur Jsy at TWO DOLLARS per apnum lobe paid half yearly lit advance. ' No paper rlisebnun aed ttll ti arrearages are paid, " 1 rt'id . .1 .ui subscriptions received for lea period .lhan iTioirTiia.- All eommusiealloryi or letters on business relsting to thq, office, to insure attention, aiurf i PQHt PAjp. ... .., , , AT THS ' "Philadelphia Watch Jewelry iSrtre,w K. 00 North 6BCOND airsM, corner of Quarry. COLD Lever Watches, full is jewrHcd, lAeauil mi' J45 00 J84let.Lacr..WteiiV.fiill, . - jewelled, . , , 3 00 Silver Lever Watche.,' sc.- ' " ' ' v-n jewels, '-' ' J8O0 tsirvrt Jjeptne Watches, jewelled, finest c .11 'u' 1 - . ' ; Vii I K. quIUy, . Superior Ouartier Watches, , , TO 00 Imitation Qnarticr Watches, not warranted, 5 00 nU pecteleVM'" ' "" '" ' 5 0 Fine Silver 8pec.U1r.le, s T.rf I...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 August 1847

- From the Extra ledger of 3tlrJay.( ir.n8impotsf rncrn m it too Afrinl of the Fashion-Jnnehil Scout Still at Piii'blM -Failure ot th Peace Proposal .Ac . Urn ( th .Vutionii BridgeCouncil of 8an'a Am't Olfieers Deiermrmitton to Stand A-! nottier Bartfe The Capital fortified, 6c'.' " "j :,.The.ewOrlrenepepoM recllhieir)ni. in j announce the arrival or fie areamer I aari ion, wfth Vera Crot, date io ihii iJ irnt. ' ", Gen, SccjU wa at Pebl.on thai SOlK of Ju lv, but there waa a probability of an immediate advance: " ' f r"! '' ,"" '"";.'. ' 1' , '. Cpo. Valeric! waa reported to be in the vi cinity, with' 4000.' ' " " ' ' ' ' ; ." ' " "' f " Gen.' Fierce had arrived at Perote after an action with the guerrilla4 hear the National &ridaT. ' ' '' '" Lieutenant Tipton, of Indiana, and Surgeon, n Pennsylvania, hJ died.' ; -. The courier ol the But it Legation arrived at Vera Out on the 31f, with correspondence trjm the Capital to the 29th, Puebla to the JOih! ' - ' 1 ' ' Mr.hndll repres...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 August 1847

I lion and wneecroeTitly can command nt which few other wilt be able to do. f Th convention, we are persuaded, could pal no person in nomio. tion for thia office who would render nor satis faction, and who wevld reflect mora credit opon tha county, than Mr. Engel. ' " ' . tut Voice, or Acbcita. Aiscmljlj, , , - tnt AMtaicaw. M a. EniToa. In lookoa over tha paper, t have ecen a nnmler of communications, recommending -various persona aa candidate for the Legislature. My object is not to say sny thing against them. But permit me to recommend to the democratic elec tor nf this county, Mj. WM. t. DEWART aa a candidate Tor Assembly, Major Dewart ia a gen tler n of pnputvr manners, and has the capacity o make an able and efliclnl mimter, and would no doubt diachargt the duties of that atation with credit to himsrlt, and eutit atifaction to hia par ty. . i. ! . . J.casoic. Oor Nrit Member. Ma. Editor Tha time ia approaching whn we thou Id think about fleeting a candidate for the Legislature...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 August 1847

Jl.aJ.!JPiJJ. ...1. .t 1 , Flom the London, People'' Jcdifnal. ' ..: , CIo 4 ty -. r..-i f v- i . . . fc CJlAtLM fcicSAtY a r f .' i : -1 , h . . ' i -i i - . v -m ; Cleon hath a million tore-.' ": ! .'.':'' ' NttiM oA have I - cuon awtiu'th'in pirate ,v7 -"" , ... In cottage I t . ;t . rf. ..... . . Cleon hath adoxen fortune-" r ...... Not a pnny I r 'i But the poorer of the twain i " ' ' , ' Icon, end not j. , , Cleon. ttne, potetotb crei. , . Etjt the laudsxapW I ) !' . . , ' Half the charm to me it yieldttb, - '.. Money carinot buy.. J : .; : Cleon harbor klotli and dullneta ' ' He in velvet, I in fustian, ? . ' Richer man am 1. .- .1 ' . v Cleon i a alaet to grandeur,; . - ' Free at thought am I t ' ' Cleon fee, a Mora of doctor ' -Need of none have I , '" Weltri-urioun4ed, care-uvironrdf , - Cleon feara to die ; ' :i ' Death may come, he'll find me ready Happier man am 1. " " : '. Cleon tees no chatm in Nat ore ' ' ' In a daisy I; Cleon heart no authemt ringing In the tea and ...

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