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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 January 1849

' ,!feffc: yol ni!"rn n lo 'V;'' '! I j JL Oil ' H. B. MASSfeR, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a jTamds iictospaprr-Drtotrt toDolttfcs, attcrnturr CI I 10 Colin .(.I NW SERIES VOL. 1. lf.,,,A"." 1? Ml?. SUN11U11Y, XonTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.. SVruilDAY, J AN 1 A II Y sirlMal"..;. ': .it ;:i ,' OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO; 18 ma 1 JLLJ' tJt t,1!,:l.'.-;l 'V li " ' - ; I . fi - ' I I I . !' I a5"Tllsii nwn yn"' i r- . t K:,.t, . ... i .1, vt I ,J''J i'(Kinq oj . ,.:.. ! .' n . , . , , , i . .li i .n..ini ".' ' '. I i i iim nil nil! iTJJL . .- linn .11 i hum .- " '--- -, r ittor8m;-irotrtctfmt amtstw nttotiS&ktniinrA' mYmk&ktithlhfc-ft iwirririJ;iiflentirt. tt:m ! S;?.!::':7''' to'TT?.f3r,6;i.i'if: l&nMS OF THK AM URIC A . TtlF. 1MFJUCAV i nulrfiahwl vr flatbltln at TAV'O 61lXkS pW milium to be raid half yenrly in ailvancc. Tl ctunmtiuiculirtna or lei ton on hunim-ra rtUitniff to tha iMtnsiima qikii xni. rra inio are pniu. .Vhret eopiM to oiic addnaa, '., i 8,500 Stvm -'- Tn Do ' K " 10U0...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 January 1849

INAUGURAL ADDRESS or oov. vrai. r. johnston, belivtrtd in tht ttouta of Representatives, January lC(Jk. Friend and Fellow-Citixens : The kind ties end confidence pf the people baring oast Upon tne the Executive functions of the gov ernfflent and the preeeribed oath to eapport th Constitution baring been sdmitrd, I should be bias to the aaofed truel reposed in me, and unworthjr the oonfidenes manifested did I net deeply feel the responsibility of my position, and firmly resolre to merit yoor support.- Profoundly sensible, however, of my own weakness, and fully conscious that without Ihs encouragement and assistance of the peo ple, the Chief Magistrate ie Unable properly id discharge the high duties of his station, and instead of the substance, popular pewer be comes tho emply shadow of Executive au thority, I would earnestly invoke at the hands of the citizens, tho efficient aid of the same spirit which called into existence the free insiitutions of our country, to assist mc in sup p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 January 1849

SUNBUKY AMEUICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL, (Fium the PhUadHphla Udger.J TELBO RAPHICN E V8. WssHirtotcm, Sunday, Jan. 1. TheDelegleaqr,iHe Caucus of Southern members hers .adopted tha report prepared by Senator Berrien, and rejected tha repert offered by Senator Calhoun. Senator Be rri q'a ,feport ia legal in character and mild in argument. Highly f aipariaat Iran tke SeM ttegtoa UMm to ths 8eTrauj.at. Waihinotok, Jan. tl. The Union of this morning publishes let ters from Lieut. Larkin, received at the State Department, and dated Monterey, Nov. 16ih. He states that the gold ia increasing in siae and quality daily. Lieot. Larkin further states that he has examined several pieces of the precious metal weighing from one to two jMundseach, and has heard of several lumps being found weighing sixteen pounds each, and of one lump that weighed twenty-five pounds. Many men who were, comparatively speaking, beggars last June, are now worth twenty thousand dollar?, accumulated Uj' dig ging and tra...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 January 1849

,... -MWftrTOW Jt.:V 'ytiT 'oVf -V.i SUNBURY AMEmCAN ANP:SHAM0KIlT70TJHNAL; f a mIm NMk fee fcYattkMIA, aa saatiy at n Ml AM MWlL MMMM LMsf Appetite, ljh leaM, east rniiMiMn (DrnM EES MiMlalM yrvS ha tke MUf f saanw ae Mb ft aaaaWsataa at atonic eondi. New el kikwt alee I Ml atty arising frets age M th ma ef Fevet, frakisarty fever aual ' M M4 Sjaeaa Ml eg Ac th ma ef Pant, pa . r ln saaTwtag W saty Taanai nai i, wi iaaata taaa'aa maae reaaeSy, aa as aa Sea la a. . "UiTinini Bit. earfe any medi- in Hits country witlout nns, fte SSm; E'bm iT. himself Compelled to rMOrt IO tBOW SawHa. NeiiMal "a have hsa ) to atra It ao ihmentl which he MsTaV)K, for I Mors ersr, Were asTMrtiVem Wvtrw an fcowit it r . Accordingly he cominen. "? V rar' i suas Biinwiui limn i 1 w lua auucfea irieno ana c- aaintanMa ivith a lika result, ita mutation eraduallv ax. wuru amu n is itiwwn m in anon aieiaut porta a toe Union, ai a medicine of aortraUad virtues in tha cara of Dyspepsi In all In iiaTerea foveas, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 February 1849

IB- i. a . . r r i -b v i --bv. r sr a m at K -W. " . . A W . H , K.- A . : N !'!.'.' .:; i .At' '-'- .:JLr H. B MASiSfefe; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRA ALLEY & MARKET STREET. ' n jramfla :attopptT-BtMrti to JJoltttw, mtrraturr, iHorattts, jrortfon nnK Eomwtfc firtos, iStfentr anti the (arts, acrlcutturr, ittarliet, amtisrments, fcc. NEW 8ER1RS VOL. 1, NO; 43. SONBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 3, 1840. ! OLD SERIES VOL. 6, NO. 19. Ui Jt-i -wif"" r v4?5el,-i.;i-,7X JUL JL f JJ- U A JLL U ;;JL.; V X JU- X . vv i a l. rwrv wtv rv v. . a i n n w m - m s i . m n r TERMS OF TUB AMERICAN. I TUB AMERICAN it pabHihed eronr Bitunkr t TWO DOLLARS Mr Xlo Mptr diaetmlmnd antll all rraarafc an paid. a Mil yearly in aavuc. irmnm mn Mid. ..AH ouaaaaanicauom or icnar oa uameai rciati CBca, to iawra altantion, ran at ba POST PAID. I aa feuaineM retating to th V .... .. TO CLUBS. ' Chra eoplea to m addream. , (goo feavra Do' Do 1000 Ptftaaar- Do - , Do SO 0...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 February 1849

ARftlTAt OF THB CAESENT. CITT. Vint JPayi Late i from CkagrttSichuu and Dtttk tmmg tht Ceiifotnm Emigrants. The steamship Crescent City; Capt. Slod. Aard, arrived at New York on Saturday after noon from Chagres, with advices to the 9th j Kingston, Jamaica, wilh intelligence to the 16ih ; and Havana, wilh account to the S2d inst., bill nothing at all from California." It appears that the emigrants to California suffer very much on the route from Chagres to Pa nama, and at both of those places, before they get to the gold region- A correspondent of the New York Herald, writing from Panama on the 7th inst., says: No urgency short of life mid death should bring a man on this route ; for a female it is utterly out of the question. It has taken most of our passengers eight days to get from Cha gres to this city, and many of those by the John Benson and the Falcon are still on the road. ' The canoes from Chagres to Cruces cost $25 for each person and $12 for a mule bringing a single trunk ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 February 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN-AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. COMMUNICATION. For mi Ammicah. Iieebythreportoftli orrfceedinga of the 8ente of tfentuy.Tania, that certain of bar Sonalort endeavoring td effect the repeal of the act Incorporating a company to tnake a rail toad from the town of Erie, on Lake Erie, westward into the elate of Ohio, under thealledged reason, that it will benefit the trade of Philadelphia. 1 am disposed to give thos Senators credit for sincerity of in fmrum bat I can go no further. I think they hare entirely mistaken the interest of the state at large, and of the city ol Philadel phia, in particular. Let ut see how the mat ter stands. By the valleys of the Schuylkill and West Branch of the Susquehanna, the distance to the Town of Erie, on Lake Erie Is about 400 miles, more or less. A Rail Road 'I the Reading and Pottsville,) extending about 100 miles of the distance is already made, and in profitable operation. From Pottsville to Sunbory is about 49 miles, 20 of which are made, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 February 1849

X.,. . SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. 1 v . '. V... v- Mn snd wifo nr equally concerned lo - VoWft offences of wch other in .the begin- tiiiig of their conversation j every little thing can blast an infant blossom nnd the breath of the louth can shake the little rings of the vine, when first they begin to curl like the locks of a new-weaned boy i but .'when by age and ooneolation they stiffen into the hard-nesa-of a atero, and have, by the warm em braces of the sun and the kisses of heaven brought forth their clusters, they ran endure the storms of the north, and the loud noises of tempest, and yet never be broken ; so are the early Unions of an unfixed marriage; watchfnl and observant, jealous and busy, in quisitive and careful, and apt to take alarm at every unkind word. After the hearts of N the man and the wife are endeared and har dened by a mutual confidence and experi i ence, longer than artifice and pretence can last, there are a great many remembrances, and some thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 February 1849

:.:.,J in.' 1 .1.1 ' ii A Jfl.." -..;i.r.-i-..j ; , . - r.-VSvi' 1 II I' ! tnt. trie ') :(ld k It ! L' mb!! f,V.-.(riA I-,; I B I torn t . - ..-.. . j. . j. .... k i-i'.ic ,)ii j ui.t full I'i 'I rrj he:..?! n : u &tlJ'.LQ?MpH?i!'fip????pR 0F CENTRfe; ALLEY- & MARKET STREElV . : - . . i .......... , .... j .hS? an Somwtf? Stfencr M-tht Slrtif aflrtcttiwrr. iworltetsiamwemrnts; , ",P-"lA "' ' 1 ' f ' ' ' ' i I,' , ill nrr ! i'i " . i.'- i j- ": ! i. .i.'t , ... ' . y .'. . , . EiW SEhiKs'yoL: U NO. 40 VSUNBURY, NORTMUMBCJRLAND COUNTYj lA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1640. r I , OLD SERIES VOL. p, 16: 20V 0;i0 T ' fT "TTTV n ' TV. l-n-llr'l l. Mill II l ' u l',!,l. I W'; I a r;' ' " '' !"""-:t 'H , ,j ,; , t .,rr j -"' .K-'s vm, w-m. n j. I".'V'! "" I'rKp ,Vi " ZSlk 'i7 1 I TEnI8 Or TUG AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN ll pdWMied mn Bnlunlar " TWO DOia.AKHpw iiua e be paid half yearly in advance. No papal 4UeOfMUaaed,umil u,rarrearagn are paid. . All oummunicutiiint or letteri on buBineaa r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 February 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. MOVEMENTS 9T OMEHiti TAYXOH. lilt Retirement treat MUltarr Service. . The Southern mail of yesterday brines us additional account of the movements of Gen. Taylor, President elect of i tho United States, lie left Baton Rouge on Wednesday evening, 111 Mth ult., on the steamer Princess, for liis plantation, where he would remain until the Slat, when he would leave fotf Vicksbsrg, on board the steamer which was to convey him to Nashville, reaching Vicksburg that night. He would be accompanied by quite a num ber of friends, among them Mr. Benjumhi, one of the Louisiana electors; the lion. Bai ley Peyton, Wm L. Hodge, the able editor of the Buffer in ; M r. Van Allen, of N e w York, nd Maj. Garrett of the army. Stopping a few hours at Memphis he would proceed to Nashville, and thence via Louisville, Cincin nati, Frankfort, Wheeling, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore, to Washington, where he hopes to arrive about the 20th instant. The N. 0. Picayune of the 2f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 February 1849

SUNBURYrAMEiaCAN-AND SHAMQKIIS JOURNAL, ' tnm ihe first day of January, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, to the thirty-first f r n December, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, both dap inclusive. i i JESSE M. SIMPSON, ESU., "TREASURER OF SAID COUNTY,' IN ACCOUNT WITH THE SAME, : ' .' I lojj .,.- .,;.. I ' ;.. r - OH ' DOLL!.. CTS. IV cash received of Unseated hind ' " " " 1 okl by Um CommiMioart for ' r U4t.', 1 171 M T depreciated money received of Commieeionere, ' 51 00 To cash received of Edward Ei'sely' t 00 To cash received of Wm. H. Kase 14 67 To cash received of Peter Fetter . . . man, for State and County tax on a lot of ground in Coal township, 35 To oaah received of Charlea Carr, r for State and County tax for 1946, S 00 . To oaah reoeived of Peter Lazarus, '! for ground rent, 5 75 To cash reoeived 1 00 To cash received of the Bank of , Northumberland,- . 2460 83 Te cash ree'daa county tax for 1842, 12 30 To do do 1849, 479 171 To do do 1846, 886 621 To do do 1847, 2056 42...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 February 1849

MMM , .A LmcL - 3W(ocflliTurouj3 i-Unttcv. NOW I LAV MK 6WN TO BLEEP. There are probably ' no four linei in the English language that are repeated so many timet daily an the following : "Now I lay me down to sleep, . . 7 I jwy the Lord my toul to keep : If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my eoultouke." ' And it is not only children and youth that repeat them. Many whose heads are "sil vered orer with age," have been accustomed N repeat them as their last prayer before closing their eyes in sleep, every night since Ihey wero taught them in infancy. Tho late ex-President of tho United States, John Quin cy Adams, was among that number. A Bi aliop of the Methodist church, in addressing n Sabbath School, told the children that ho had been accustomed to say that littlo prayer every night since his mother taught it to him when he was a little boy. In conversing recently with a ship master, overseventy years of nge, and who has been for many years a deacon in the Church, he said...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 February 1849

' ' - , .... . : ' "$1- ' - II C L. il fc J t irs !.?. f:it i'i nii-'l V"L! "v" o ' 1 It,. ,!lMf.;.,.n..'-pssLy. ..II .ri.'i:: !':" iU U ; r ; , i,;H. B. MASSE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 3TOR. - . ... Tgfgg OFFICE, COllNEll OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. ; fX9 gl iTamtlB Hctospaprr-Dcbotrt to JjoHtfts, Hfternture, ittoralftg, jyortfou anti "Domestic Sictos, scWncc nni the 'irts'giflVftuttttrr, Itfattets, ftimtscmcnts, rc. NEW SERIES VOL. I, NO. t. SUNBUItY, XOIITJIUMBERLAM) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, . FK IWiUAUY 17, 1841). OUT) SERIES VOL. 0, NO. 1. ; TURNS OF THE AMI'IUC AY. : THl5 AMERICAN is published every rVmmtny at TWO POLiLAItH peraniiuin to be puitl hull yeurly in advui.ee. No paper iliac mtiiiiietl until all vrrearngct are ptiid. . All cttiDianicntionv nt leiteriion bumm-ns relating to the aflice, to insure attention, mual lie POST 1'AIJJ. ' V , ' TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, 8500 Seven ,l)o l)o louo Filtccn Do' I)o 9U00 - Five dollar, in advance will pay for Uuee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 February 1849

r SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THI5 fniZE 1 IGHt-DErKlT OF aTAlfKEB St'tUTA. fiAtriMotit, Feb. 8 o'clock,. A. M. The fight between Hyer. and Sullivan look place last eveninp, about fita o'clock, on Rock i'olnt, in Rent county, ten mile below Pool's Inland. There we're but sixteen rounds fought, occupying Iwetitjr-one minutes. Sulli-, Tan had the advantage ori the first three rounds, and knocked Hyer down on the third round, which was the only leveller that oc curred. The blow inflicted was a severo one in the neck. Hyer drew the first blood from Sullivan, and on'ih'e fifteenth round wrenched his ri?ht arm. Both of Hyer's eyes were bruised, and Sullivan's right eye wns terribly hurt. Hyer, on the sixteenth round, caught Sullivan's head under his arm and punished him until ho was satUfwd that he wns done for, and then dropped him. Sullivan was then forcibly taken from the ring by his friends, his face prcfcnting the afpedranct of a butcher' blocl; Hyer claiming the victory, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 February 1849

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND .SHAMOKIN JOU1WAL. Important to the i'UBlic feORSffi A1TD CATTLE MEDICINES. . Don't permit your Horse or eatU to die, wben the mtatti of curt r wuvhiri tl teach of ll t The twdersigned ha ipent several yean in the itiidy of Veterinary practice in "London end dinhoro'," he haa also availed himaelf of thereaear cbes of Lcibig, and other celebrated men, who have contributed ao much towarda a judicious treatment of animal the principle of our practice ronaiata in the rejection of general bleeding and the total rejection of all mcdiciner that experience ha shown to h of a dangerous tendency. Tlieu re medies act in harmony with the vital principle, and when given acconling to the direction which ac company each article they are capable of exciting and increasing the natural function, without di minishing or destroying their power, hence are (afein the hand of every one. G. H. DAt)D, M. D. A Llit of Herse and Cattle Mrdlcinesi Physic balls, 75c. per box. Alterative bal...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 February 1849

SUN Bun Y AMEBIC AN y AN1 'SHAMOKlNi )OtJ AMI! T ; WfcSTCUS KEfV l'OBK CQM.EGE OF HEALTH, i ; 207 Main street? Dvtfalo, N. Y. i OH. CLC. VAUGHN'S . ' : -:. Trgetablfl Lithontriplle mixture TWO celebrated rrincily is c.stnntly increasing i' I'srae bj-tlie mairyciucs It is making ALL OV Ell TH E WORLD. II hi'sn-iw become tho only medicine for luruily use, and in liarliculail y recommended !' T DROPSY: all stages of this complaint immediately relieved, lv mutter of ii..w kaig standing, rfee l'limmiliiei ka ieMnii,iiy. (iR.YVEf., ' r.nd nH '-i"1 "fn-t nflru? nriinry org;ui : Pr th- iiir-trr. inir eoniplmnts il mind nlniV j n other nrti enn relif-v? Vm ; mul the curt tuMfird 1' willcunvHK'c iHc ni-t kcv tical: see naniiiltlft. Liver ("itnijilnitit, jiiili 'U tlUcueus, fever ca;.i:h. To the Crcnt Wnt especially, mul wherever these coin pkuuts prevail this incttieinc is ottered. NO MLNKKAL AG EXT, no deleter.. u c "mp mud in a x.rt ! llti mixture, it run thrff Hip:i' s with crriitmy mul ri...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 February 1849

r tv v i-mrf.t.H-ifiVHA j fW!S"V !. ft-.M ; I -iF': tr:TMM:- Ji ll) jj:' . . .:!., n,..- tV. .1 a,anaaiisTa rr.7 yii!t ri-'i v: '!.: :i..ir.T -..I - , .,,.. pJTt v. OFFICER MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ,.,i .. i ' ' ,- wil ,4 I" ' ' " '' ' a jramfl" Jlttospaper-Drtotrt to t)oUtfrt, Jlttrrnturr, ifloraitnj, .jponfon an Domestic Jlttosj Stfcncc nnH the arts, SCBrttuIturr, jpfarBfts, mmustmCttts, ht. .-, :;; i I,' '- i , i 1 . 1 I - , . . . . 1 EW'SKIUKS OU I, NO. 48. OLD 8KHIKS VOL. 9, NO. 2. t i - -r i ii i'W ai). ii AT 1 W TT ' r1 1 : TtV T T ' i ill .ii ii ii i j ii ii n m i i . i i ! X III 1 i i i ii . r. i . -y . II J Ml V ' J II. II '" A. ..... .i. , ' . I - TERNS OF THE JMll:itlCA. "Tim ANtEBfCAN ! publialud very Saturday at TAVO tKllAI(S per annum Bo ba paid halt' yearly in aUvunee. Nn pnprr (liar.utinucil until ali. arranii:ra are paid. All oautfuaiiealiitHj or Mteraiai hnmiim relating to tbe ftca, to iunarc atteutimi, must be l'OSX l'AIU. 'f,H.!' :. A , . TV. CLV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 February 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. (From tbaPhila.Leriger THtRtlETII CONOR ESS SECOSD SESSION. WaiiioToi, Feb, 17, 1849. ' Senate --The bill from ths House provi ding for tho establishment of a Home Depart ment, was read and referred to the Committee on Finance. ' , . The Senate then took up the reso.ution, jSTOsiy offered by Mr. Webster, directing n inqiry to be made into the expediency of requiring seen rity from emigrant paupers, in order te prevent them from becoming a publie charge. An amendment making pro vision for orintinff certain decisions of the Supreme Court on the subject, was thon sub mitted and agreed to, ana we resolution dopted. Mr. Rusk, of Texas, teported a bill for the establishment of a mail route from the Mis sissippi river to Ran Francisco, California, which was laid on the table, to bo printed. : Mr. Foot, of Mississippi, presented the memorial of Jes? Dow and others, in relation to the construction of a railroad across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, which w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 February 1849

v" SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A. IMPtiftTANT TO THE J UBLIC; ; HOB.S3B Alto & AT TLB :.: ; MEDICINES. , Do! permit your Horn (rattle to die, when Um bmim of eura m within tM neh of aU I ' ' Th undesigned hM spent ieverJ yean in the tudy of Veterinary practice in "London and E 'dinboro'," he ha alo availed hirntelf of the resear ches of Leibig, and other celebrated men, who have contributed ao much toward a juJiciom treatment of animal the principle of our practice consists in the rejection of general bleeding and the total rejection of all medicine that experience ha liown to lie of a dangorou tendency. The re medie act in harmony with the vital principle, and when given according to the direction which ac company each article they are capable of exciting and increasing the natural function, without di miniahlng or destroying their power, hence are aafein the hand of every one. O. H. DADD, M. D. A List el Hone a4 Cattls Medicine. Physic balls, 79c. per box. Alterativ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 February 1849

SUNBURY. AMERICAN ATSD SHAjVIOKlNIJOUCTATrri W. Mt iS UKsTt:ns "mew vona ". dOIb&GI? OF HE ALT II, t; SOI Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. PR. G.C. VAUGHN'S ' ,, Tfgtlnb! Litlimitrlilie mixture TBI, rclcbrnted remedy In ennauintly inercnaiiig In fame by lh many curt it 1 making ALL OVKR THE WORLD. It has w boo ome the only mcdiciue fut lauiily use, Hid ia tauticuiuriy rccoiiiincnui-d i ir DROPSY : sit atncei of lliia e-'mplnint immeointrly relieved, ni matter VI now ktiff sunuting. r-er I'lnni'inict Mr ustini'.'iiy. ... , GitAYKL, an! all diseases of the urinary ovinias. fr these distress ing cmt lints it stands, id nc f n other article ran re! if re yn' and the rare ter'if.etlto witlr mvincelhe in -si akcp. iioal ; ate fjraphlrt: l.'vcr Cm tni:. Hi!!, diseases, - f. lia JMl AOl t;. . To the Great W'vU cspeci .illy, mil wherever Uiead con plaijits prevail thi iU'(li iii- if ..tiered, i ' NO MINKKAL AGENT, k ti iWeterl mis r-inioimd 1 n nnrt of tins Mixture, it ur tltcradiir:ir wiih c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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