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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 October 1847

Tr.ttWs.OF TMK AMERICAN." H. It, Wsss;H, . , PoYumiiss JOSEPH ,EIELY. VpsM-mia-reae. OJtti in Ceutrt AUcyin lh : r rV .". Ato er' JBforr.) TUG " A VTrSrUO ATlelrohTSKed every Stut day at TWO DOLLARS per annnm robe paid hairyearly tn advanr. "' No paper discontin ued till Ai t arrearages are paij. o!1 i ,. Noauhorita4 jtaived far a less period than is wowTiis, Al communications or. Ivtjers. on tn inea's relating to the office, to in rare attention, kiort bo PQ8T PAlDi ' i'--- CIIDAP V7AT0IIE3, : Thfe Cheapest Gold nnd Silver Wnrthea , IN, THIhAnEM'HIA. ' '""' yrrf OLD Lever, full Jewelkd,' Silver,.. do, da.'- , . ; Gold Lepine,' Jewelled, , i . gitvet ' do,. ' ' " ' Jo. ''!l ' "" "'. PilVf r t5nttlpr,"(!n (Jiulltri !' f i aU:WMM; (tola, i '!; .. SHr SpootK, ,n . . . 1 Gold. Pencil, , .,. , - ,,.4' ,,. !.ill HtaMt.. , . a oo , 30 00 " MM moo , is oo ,1 78 , s oo 4 Od Also, on han. targe Mii(W WiM na Hir Breetet Sntrr rW. WsW'prn. hevpe. ting, gold ia,eirvr spontfe, meat tongs, thisn b...

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

DEMOCRATIC Ttl'LOR MASS . . At the Democratic Taylor Mm Meeting of the Stat of Prunalvanis, held in Hsrrkburg on the 8 4th of September, A. I). 1S47, in pursuance of a mil ut the Democratic Tay?ir Central Com mittee, the convention wat called te order by Eihamik Park, Esq , of Dauphin, on whose motion tti following officers were selected : President, HCNRY A. MUHI.ENKr.r:0..of Berk county. Vice Presidents, Jscoh F. Kaulr, of Lancaster county, Thomas A. Biltrtiginn, of Northumberland, Adam Fbanyh, ol York, John B Reck, of f.yrnmiiif, Gen. Thomas C. Miller, if Cumberland, .Tame Bnrnside, of Outre, James Pottt, of Cambria, Aiieimtin Holmes, of Schuylkill, Benjamin Tyson, of Berk, Chai lea Buehler, of Dauphin, Georee Strcebler, of Juniata, Samuel G. Morrison, ol Perry, William 1'. Murray, of Dauphin. Secretaries, Henry K Muhlenberg, of Lancaster county, John B Packer, of Noithumbeiland, F. B Tarkton, of Schuylkill, J J C Cantine, of Dauphin, John Mayhugh, of Cumberland, J me F. Lee, do....

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 October 1847

ate priutrJ U pievinusly printed with red Ink, efter design, as) exitoiatte end minute to dfyvnm- iliort ; the top and the under Ishel esch contain ihe won);, "st;it ASTiaiitVs fun," written in te.1 kik nearly two Imndred limes the top end under label cimrainina", thri.efare, upwards of five thousand Intern. Tbire is also upon lha top, the under, and the side label, two atgnittires of Dr. Brandre'h wne bring hi regular rigvtnture, thus B. Brndinh; and the uilter, bk fell signa ture, thu Benjimtn Btandreth; boih being fac imilo tf the wriiiwg of Dr. J3rwirtth, to imitate which istfgeryl The Brandretfc Pitts having the label ppun them, an be retted sjpoii a true n.l gnwriiMV ;. r (CT Potk of H. Masser Sonttury, of the geul published in sitother part f this miter. f ' ;-!:,. V---'-l JL- ' f ,.. thh xrensr-Tomic SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Til I RiTy R AK. 1 Ttite aV,ul' Scientific and Mechanical Inumtt, (f-wlirchthss i .'ready attained tire largest circulation of nyw.i4)tly j'lMr of thek'nd i...

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. — 2 October 1847

Show sowr Ticket, A Rtr, Road Sketch- By Solitaire. -On thf rah'-cars between Albany imd Buffalo, tho conductor ar frequrntly twinged, dnTinaj'a, single trip, and aa each rtw one trtwclmTfo, ho announces himself in office fcy tho exclama tion -'Show jnnr tickets!' On a. night trip, recently, a testy M ytni.ee wse ono iif the passengers, and having exhibited hi ticket to 1he first confowor, he carcftttly plnceil il in a well worn pocket-book, buttoned it tip In tlio brent ptctwt' fll iis xat, tJnl lod his bat tightly on bia forehefcd, nd folding hi arms, rewjrnod tihrieelf to the) care erf Morplirn. fife nasal organ hud scarcely pro j claimed turn in dream-land, before anotwr con ductor came along, with 'Show ydm tre'wIeV The aid ysnke woka with a inort, and having ,hr?cn made conscious of ws was wanted, he exclaimed . 'I reckon you don't want tew.be sein it tli the time, dew yon!' 'Once will do inn, sir,' say the conductor. 'Well, ytt have eefl it that otfia,' replied the old pent, ...

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. — 9 October 1847

T 1 ... -. -id:. . ra ryy..rg." Ti:nns or the .iaii:niLHx. JOSEPH EISELY. Psnrait.Toas. it. jr. n.tSSKH, fatlLir. ' OJlctit Crl.'re AUcyTiW )hr'rtnr of If. Mas ,' i ' ' itnr 5,'orp.' THE" AMERIOW" ispubliVhed every Katur -.lay at TWO DOLLARS por annum to he fiiid half ye itly in advnr.ee. No paper diaconiin aied till all arrearages are paid. Noaul!cripriins received for a loss period than i jtosTrt. All romnoinlratinn or later on business retatinc to the office, to insure attention mast be POST PAID. ! CHEAP WATCHES, The Cheapest Jo1d mid Silvor Watches t . - : IN PHILADUU'IIIA. jTi OLD Levers, fall Jewelled, . 15 00 M.JT8'Der !' '10 tld Lepiue, Jewelled, 3000 Silver f-V ' do, ' 15 00 ;Kdver Qvsrtirr, finequdhy, ' .10 00 Gold W'atcbes. plain, . . 5 00 Silver Spectacles , 1 75 Cold Pencils, " ' ' ' t 00 old Bracelet, ' - - 4 00 A on hand, a Urgo asanrlrnent of Gold and Hair Bracelets, firmer rings, breast pin, hoop rar "S"t gold .pens, silver spoon, sugar, tongs, thim Jdes, golil nr....

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. — 9 October 1847

MftT impoHTAWT NRWI i In the Arco Iriti wiihotit yoaohinj for tte cor- FROMMKXICO. rectneee: . . UiUk iithe Milte'Kl Rr..-Mejrlcait Arunt 'When (Sen. IVrr abandoned the MiU'rl Cnpl.irt nfifu Vap,tL Retreat vfMexttan R bomb charged from Chapultepec, fell among the ammunition warnneof the enemy m to VuuttatiHtie. Great Lou of Life Riley end the Foreign le gion, Seventy in Number, Executed in Sight of both Arnne General Worth. and Three Hundred American! mid to be Blown Up by 1 Evplrwiiin of Powder Wagon Capture ot . $31X1 MX) by the Mexican Reported Death o! (iuneraU Smith and PiUow Another Ac lion im the 1 itrt Capture of Chapultepec Itoinhir.lmpitt of the Capital Death of Ocn. , Jiravo Smla Anna Wounded. ,Th atnamer James Li Day arrived at New Orleans nn ihr; lilt with tbe moat important intelligent' yet received from the aeat of war. From the Picayune f th 2Cth, received by the ony express, in advance ef the mail, we ex- tract the following particular!: The Arro Irii bad received 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. — 9 October 1847

? l'RICU CUKKEXT. Currerlcd tvrekty by Henry Masset. Wnr.iTt 11 Rr, ' til Com, . . . . ra Oars, . . 40 Hcttkii, ..... loj Earns, .... 8 Von k. ... 5 Ftaxsrm, .I )JJ Bskswat. , .... 86 TitLOW, ' '10 Ior Sale 7 rrilK BRICK HOUSE In Sunbut. of he mil A 'scriher. now.neroplet? by Mia Morris. For terms apply to W, L, Dewsrt, E q . or lo myself. . W. R. SMITH. IVnrthumlierland, October 9 I 9 17 If i rCRTI3IOY IS JfOW BECriVKD ' 10 ail (jumTr.a or Tit Omar, Til HE following letter are presented with a view L ' aaf mora fully a bowing the opinions of pi vsi-'a-tans in relation to the medical value of Da, Swiim'i Coateorjun Starr nr Wn Crntear. 'Da. Swrv Dear Sir t Having ued your 'Compound 8rup of Wild Cherry, extensively in my (practice, t was r quested by your agent. Dr. Oru'che,'t "iwe mv opinion in writing, of ha fircpertie a ecmedi'l agent. I moat cheerfully srompty.as'l fori by ao doing, 1 will discharge, a debt I ow tke'eammunily at hvge, and phyaici.na in particular. X much as I det...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 October 1847

L - I .1 J ..L- HI.S itflecdotte. mt Wsnsvwl Tea-tear. - - One Seageant Harri', who was wounded at ih stormine; of Monterey, and ordered home' for the recovery of hie health, related the ful lowinjr characteristic anecdote of 'old Rough nod Ready' to correspondent of the N. Y. He rald. " They ate, of course, interesting. The character of General Taylor in Jrey much what It it represented. He in mild and affiblfl, yet firm and unflinching. If a soldier under hit command think he is apfrteved, it ia to the General he look a for redrew, ana opv er fails in getting; it, in esse General Taylor, on inquiry, ascertains it to be well founded. The 'old man,' a lie in familiarly termed Ly officrreand men, ia approachable at all hours. He will ait and talk with the commonest soldier in the most affable manner, and my informant telle mc that he has oten wotwlered at seeing him enter minutely into the private attain of the soldiers under hie command, sjive them hw advice when asked, aa it freque...

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

H. B. MA89ER, " " Pvatisata JOSEPH EtSE.Yu JPaorsi.Tr.... . Cfice tit Centre Alley, in :- the rrte of M. Mas . er' Store.) THE' AM ERICA X" is uuhiiVhsJ every Satnr day at TWO DOLLARS per tnnum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ait arrearages are paid. I No subscription received for a less period than mi. wokts. AH communications or letter on business relating (n the office, to inmire attention, mwst be POST PAID. ' CHEAP WATCHES. The Cheapest Gold and Silver Watches r UN PmLADEf.l'IHA. afl-f I OLD Levers, fa I Jewelled, (45 00 23 00 30 00 15 00 10 00 15 00 . 1 75 00 4110 Xjf SJver drv. Jo. Gold Lepiriee, Jewelled, Sifver I Jo. ' 'k 1 Silver Qaarliers, finequ.d'uT, Gold Welches, plain. Silver Bpcclaelts, . (Jo I.I Pencil. Gold Biacelet. Alan, on hand, a large s'rtment of fJMJ an J Hair Bracelets, finger rinRS, tirei! pina. hoop ear T'nB'"i B'dd fene, silvnr pjimuia, apair tonga, thim ble., gnM neck, curb and fob rhitie, guard key and jewellery of every d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1847

From the Public Ledger of the llth int. r LATICR PROM MEXICO. - , M.nreri.rnt orrnope-Gpn,.UrrcVa Prociama--tinn The Mexicans Fifing to Armi. (The folbVwing despatch, from our correspon dent at Petersburg, was delayed by the telegraph being out- order .between thit city tn1 Balti more ; but m the New Orleans mail has failed to rwh hfre.lt it still the latest intelligence frem the South , t., u , Pitsssbiro, Oct. 9. i7. . An at rival at New Orleane brings Vera Crui datee to the SUt, and from Brazos to the S31 ult The Matamoras' Flaf sa ys that Gen. Cush ing's rrrirndewere emamped at Palo Alto, in good health, and would toon embark for Vera Out Ocn Lane'e entire brigade had sailed for Vera Cms. Part of Hays' regiment, under Che valier, was to remain with Gen. Wool. Col. Butler's battalion of dragoons had left far Monterey. , north wind was blowing, which had caused a change in the weather and produced some sick ties at the Bratos GTi Urrca has issued a proclamation announ cing the ter...

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. — 16 October 1847

- PRICE-CURRENT. ; Corrected weekly by ITcnry Matt. ' Sti, ' ' ', ( 62 . t'o,?, . ; ' ' m Oath, ' , a BttTTim, UJ . K. 8 Pome. . . . . 5 Fiaxsmo, 112J Titio'i 1 FAR JMLS From v 5Cf to 400 A crcs, At front $1 a to $1 per Acre. "TffTtTTS offer Cr sate and fnr srtlement, about WV SEVENTEEN THOUSAND ACKES of unimproved land in Fabmr. above stated, to the first twelve purchaser. For two dollar pr were, li.tf c-h, and the mat in thro yearly pay ment, the purchaser may choose hi faim out of the whole 17,000 acres (excepting water power ml the Pine timber 'and.) The premises are ailuaied in the counties of Ly coming rid Sullivan, Priui'a., about 65 mile north front Northumberland, and 10 mili-s went ward frm the North B anch of the Susqneh Hint Itiver, nn the hiai'e of Mahoopenv and Loyal rck creek. About 3,000 ace have hern already sold to 20 families, and Nettled by them, and they have -cleared about 600 acie. They certify that ike SOIK IS Itllll AM lEBI, and the ground ira-onatdv level, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1847

' From the New Orleans Delta. A isarar On of Ik OMN flint, Ystnrdj morning an old colored woman, by the name of Rachel Kepp, caaue before Rccor cler Baldwin for the purpoftaof inakfof anetea -tion against a man whom she accused of hav ing beten her. Rachel was a tall, masculine neg-rees, with a pair of shoulders broad enough !'if t mwJtm Hercules. She was as prey a s budger, and yet ehe seemed to be aa JilLe as a wild cat. , Thoold woman was d rowed ia a suit ol faded bjsck J.lk, and her venerable head wa enveloped in turban, which, Tike Joacph'a coat, w bt ninny hues. Hor eyes were dim with a ?, but all Hie rest ot her physical faculties un i rinaired.' When 6ur Reporter asked her how old aha' A as, aha replied that she waa one Aim tfrerf years nf nine noT ht. Where were you born V seked the Reporter. 1 'I war born sir, about thirty-five an ilea this 1 ride of C.iltimore, and raised in lha family ot old 1 Nicholas Rawlins, abont twelve miles from j Dalrimoro.' i 'Well, Rachel, vou ...

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. — 23 October 1847

ft ' ho A 7 3 9C spkicch of- no, d. wanor. i -. n ,.. . . iwiw WU.K I II r 1 1 IC1 O I IDC CPffCB - . . . 1 i tof Mr. Wilmot, of Biadford county, on the Pro viso, before bit constitaenta in Tioga Count jr : Mr. President : I approach a ipettion of mo mentous import to the American people. One with which uiy own came haa become txxne what intimately associated. I refer to the que tion between Freedom and Slavery, involved in the amendment offered by me, Io the Three Million Appropriation Dill. I would have re i rained frotu any discussion of Ihia-swbjecl, at tta time, naving no mrect. scaring op. tne tnnrm tmmswtiata nhtrlfl f hia martin wmm tlt i " - . ... ... . - -, . j m , signed to promote Hot frrende nave otherwise . advised, and I come to the auhjct with that tim- fiJcnce, which truth end ermcicajne-s of ba- ving, to the best of my ability, discharged any duty to y.rt), and to the Country. jnsfy inaptrca. If I am right, so straight and plain are the ways . of truth, that the 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. — 23 October 1847

i ii-n . . s ui i ' hojnr l..irsCntnininn'rhrltllnaj Aceonnt of hta march to Jalapa.' A letter in th Charleston Courier, give a graphic account of the hardships, toil and dangers encountered by Major Lally'a command, in their march from Vera Crux to Jalapa. It ii dated the 1.1th of Sept at Jalap, and it a follow : , "We bivouacked two day and ttarted th heat intense lha ssnd deep. The men Ltd to carry a weht of 13 or 20 lb. 40 roundi bull rftrtrid-;"', knapsack filled with clothing. No wonder many fell behind, t bad myself to car ry on stout follow' mulket for him two or three hour. A fine athletic man from Texas, dropped on the road tide, and was few hour afterward phot by the Guerrillero. We rea rti S.mta Fe the country becomes more firm, and rolling broad meadow covered with tall C"s, ntiH the atmosphere refreshing and invigo rating w lift ton cottage diveriify the pro port, and drovr ol large fat cattle roam at will thrmiL'h lhep verdant pastures. "We halted at the village of St...

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. — 30 October 1847

7 mi i. ....... --Mai'l" '' 1 ' " I ii i 'ir-:.- ..... . ... . . - : r r - -T - . .. . ..A.-. - - m or Tnn Aiir.Ric.tv I. M.asfcR;:; iliSpstoMUM an Pi ElflE,LY, . S Paesaiarona. - : t It. JMSSKH, KfUlnr. - e; !' iH Centre 'Mitey, in Jht rear nf IK Mat err't Stare..,-1 . . .. . . ;; ! AMERKJAN" is published cyory Satnr I TWO iiril.t.AKS per annum to be lf jeurttlrj Rijvanro. . No papqr il i scon tin I Att arfearagrs aretianl.' " ilicrilrtirins rrTI fctr a erioirthan Ts. All communication or letter on i retail: V th olHte,-! Inaa're attention, f:P09T.P-Up.. ,f-.., . r WATCHES,. npcst GolJ nnd Silver Watches LB Lever, full Jewelled, , ' $ 15 .00 WW-' Jrti do. ' 53 00 .eMnM, Jwlle.V ' 80 00 ,l, it. . ; k;Hu . : ! e. . I1" aariieis, fine qnliy, -,; lrt n0 akW ,lairi. . . 13 0(1 VrtMC'.ll'' ,W -i; '.!: IW 'W , ... r . .. t v ; . 0 . on hand, large assortment or lll and taeelet, finger rings, breast pin, hoop far fU , freml, MlweV spoons, AgaV tongs, thim CM Jfk. Curb i M rhin, guard keys ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 October 1847

! ivewla Legislature. ...... BntK. Tn enareVftnvM of" S3 memoes; 'of Wh.Si 'he following are those elected at the late elec tion f - ' ' ' ' . J "' I. Philadelphia city Eenj ' Metthiaa, Whig; II Philadelphia county Thomas S. Foraythe, iMmncrat gain, ; ? -: " ' " X SmtjurUnna, Wayne and Wyoming Fis. I!. Sfrerder, lem. ' ' - i . , XIII Lutvrne and Columbia Valentine Beat, Dem !. , t ' ' ' '" XV. Union, Mifflin htiiI Jimiara Net Middle wand, Whig. ' - . X Vt Cumbetlana' ami Perry Robert C. Ster reft, DenV . , ; . ... I XVIII Adam and( Franklin Win, R. Sad. i dler. WbV '. . i.'-. XIX. Hertford, Blair and Huntingdon A Ifxan Uer King, Whig. ' ' XX Armstrong, Cambria, Clearfield and In diaua William F. Johnson, Whig. XXIV. Allegheny and Butler Geo. Darsie, WhiK ' '' " :'' XXV. Mercer and Beaver, D. Senkey, wh'f ' XXVI Crawford and Venango James Porter Brawley, Pern. ' " ' "' ' ' '' ''" lllHSB Or RKfRKENTATIVC. , Pl.ilad. l.ihie city. Thomas C Stee!,f G.o. tl. Ilart.t S.,I.hjioii W. Roberta...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 October 1847

PRICK CURRENT, ', Corrected weekly by llmrj .Matter. , WaAT, JU,' . Conn, ) Oat. B0TTt, Ena. 'falBKt Fi.ri, Tallow, I5S 62 ' 60 40 IS 8 5 IS5 10 Stoves, &c., ; F01R " SALE, CHEAP. ON E. common - Ten-lre. nn Kiterhnch, Cooking, i Coal move. ma m.ll Room Coal Stove, one Pu'kT, on Urge Carriage. Inquira at the office fifth SUNBURY AMERICAN. Sun'.ury. Oct 30th. 1847. 3t CAME to tho pr mic i f the eu'iecr.ber, n Iw. r Augusta township, Northumberland county nsoflne time in July las'. .. ".."BLACK CO W, i' out 8 nt 9 year rM. The nwn i rrqwi'tj to come forward, pne prnni-ry. pay charge. nl lake her av, of the wilt be di'iwa d nf arcm ding to law. " WILLI 4 M R.JONES. . Lower Angii-I-. On. 30 IM7 nt ' NORTHUItIBE RL AND TO Til EPUIILIC. NOTICE U hereby given that tlie Biidse.dvrr the North East Brnrh "film 8a on-hmn i, t Northunib-rUud, will be paihle mi the first day of Novemlr neil, fir Carriage of hurih ft, &e., and that tlie rate of loll have heen ledurcd. to lake effect fiorn ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 October 1847

a" , For 'he Sunbury Americ(an,v '-V ' ' To rr; v." - . " - 1 I;, ' l"l .. t V i The dpre frieml meet but tn part, Tn rend the tendrila eflbe heart, '' 'That hind lhem to each cither. " ' Obey wo mint fate's tern differ, . , Hit mandate forth we need not flee, t, , , W must our fee ling tmolher. Put though. we part, in memory' cell 'J'hnu ever Halt in. fondness dwelt,, , And thcte, shall liveTorever.' " ' '' And though I in the busy whirl 1 ' Ol wnildly traffic mix, tweet girl, 1 can forget thee tipver. ,.. I " "D. OK THS Isr.K." Sonbtiry, Oct. Hth, inn. The Fashions!! Lady's Prayer, ' . r.Y w. Fct.cn "G've ii5 this day our daily bread,' V And pies ami cakes beside, it To load the ttomnrli, pain the head, - , And choke the Vital tide ; And if loo snori n friend decay, Or Hie in agony , Weil talk of 'Cod's myiterious way," , And lay it all to thee.' ' 'jive up, to please o morbid taste. '. , -; In spite of pain and death; Consumption strings around the waist, Almost to stop the breat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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