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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 March 1849

IT 53 ! ::. A - ;,.'--r- I rJiiLS i (,.-,,-i . ' - - . - nr. ti f. ' ,vli ) U in' 1 " -lift -in i'.r, fl 'I Itfir; iyti ! ri-.iiiiln.it ''if -7! f I! 11; ; OFFICE, MARKET Sf flET,TOtOSITE THE POST OFFICE. if ri t '.un '! i; i i w.i it.- int'.l. . .-tt.it,. .. t , . .. , , .. til. lltlj "Ii. L 1 ' " J : -l2' . - ' t Lit J .)., i; I 'm , ..'.- , li) 1 I.,,,;-,,,.,, , . 1,T I,!'.)--, , .TI-RMs or, i in; A.nmiicAv ; 1 THE AMl'.IUCAN is nilHshl every Sntunlny at TVO. TKJl.l.Ant pernnnuni In be fnild Inn yearly ii'i uilvsuee.i No ouliur iliwj iiitiiiut-U until all arrrtimiivi are imid, , All c iiiiiiiiintc.'Alima or letters rln Immni-sa feinting hr We'1 .omciy to niMire uif u'-iiih, inum oe i r r,iv. , , ; s . . , Three eiplc to oni wdlrek, ' ' ' fstib ' i i)n. 1 i Y ' M .ii'i, 1UIK) Fu'ivcn 1) , l)i SOW Kive (fMMrti in nilTiiiice will itiyfot Uircyear'tuborlp. One Rinre or 10 liiinsi 3 linRi, , : i iivery nnliiL'(juunl InuertLiii, t line tiiu irn, 3 immihs, . . f " ' ,j , in .ullm, One y...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 March 1849

I ' T' - rr-r r - LATER FtlOM TIIK f ACIFIC PAKAMA trotblb among) the jemigrants chXores. Intelligence from Panania to the 23 J or January and from' Chnprcs ! to the (1st has been received atfaew York and Charleston. A correspondent of the N. York Advertiser state that about 500 American emigrants on their way to' California are now on the Isth mus. The means of transportation to Cali fornia are Tor the present ampleV." The cholera has entirely ceased its rava ges. Nine Americans and about forty natives have fallen victims to the pestilence. Great exaggeration In regard to the diffi culty of crossing the Isthmus has been in dulged in by letter writers.. . Large families,. composed of women and little children have passed over in safety. There was considerable excitement at Panama in consequence of the delay occa ioned at first by the want of sufficient means of transportation. The facts ns related by a correspondent of the Journal of Commerce are briefly these. The Fulcon, which sai...

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

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. removal; TL J. B. MASSER has removed hi ' office, to the office formerly oc- r copied by H. B. Maaser.as the printing office of the Sunbury American, back . e XI UaMM( InM. SuhbUry, tebi 24, 184ft. NOT TOO LATE YET, TT'HERE are still area! bargain to be had of the 1 subscriber, at ho it determined to aell all oif ted quit the hummus. He is now selling the best 3NEY SYRUP MOLASSES at 56 eta. par gallon, the best SUGAR HOUSE for 40 eta. and NEW ORLEANS at 89 cents. Other articles in proportion. All who want to ret bargains must come soon. CHARLES 8. BOGAR. Sunbury, Feb. 84, 1849. tf MACKEREL, 1SHAD, SALMON HERRINGS, PORK, HAMS AND SIDES, SHOULDER8, LARD & CHEESE, Constantly on hand and for sale by J. PALMER & Co. Market Street Wharf, PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 24, 1849. Sm Assignees' Sale OF THE PA&INOS FUItNACE. (Bt AsibcmtMixT:) THE subscribers assignees' of Dcngler, Hans, A Co., will expo"" to sale by public vendue, on Thursday the 8th day...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 March 1849

" - ft-- . I L. Wti.a rnflhi'tnbvTnirTnu'-V .AtTOl'rnC Mn'V.ioO WmiV.I ..OXYGENATED . I. . . A!ttfeM&Fe I lnull A N H i O.T JE , E. I S T. ) i-If ., -ai w m v saw . w i i , t r i l ' -... . .m r ., . ktH mi j j 1 ki t w mf mi r r vi Ti i i w m v v . i . a w -1 v av wm a.'M l ri ' w a. -s t. l c i nwmr V BW W WW I ' I ' 1 f 1 DISCOVERED UY - RAK8AI'AKIJLA'. 8, RICH FANCY 'FUBS uk ieuiw tv ak. i, , -i: T .1 ? . .r'f Tj; 'T . T ..'-' . ' .. sc.VDi? UmlulmTS goldmeteri rfl8acito PuiP ,,,.. n . .i, nr. CHARLES OAKFORD i, ! : vrV t a " ' MVpS?W f?F-WHv " .TKCS .. .1 -hmner. n wiRinier. and i venrmnicd mnrriur to any I . . 7" t . 7., 1 1 . I Tj Jl tJrii.-ial-iV.. u.,-. . .. I i . , u.t V1'ti.'..;m.i.; "a Vnnsvlvant ItiTTiK.rvttPa. I lift Ynnst Implicit re- I GOLD SEEKER'S GUIDE ! : nr-s, W.iUtatiiig the patient, ud p."'"'""")' a! I 4-. ' tJ I .,1, rillSlX, J,' , -., ll-lgzl-.. iZM.lnJL .ml dnirlMl. r.J lli.k. 1 Seeret2Jrl o'fiuflft Mw oGoU; Silver, Irria, Lead,fejfftr C'oal, and othtr ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 March 1849

WOrtKrt f.OWflWOTJIW SIIT ,!. nilm tnetwn-vqiifc' X,r f" "Win ii's trl tnto rtf itlNr 1 l-IT f 1 mm i m til irtrtl t iiifc eitJ wri8 r-riifuni lloT fsri wli ;n n S tib bnA ; ; i i i ";o y.c .1 -uvwr'a'' art rruM'i"' r" "vi s ' . ; .1 MA-iiuar-'A :?H fjiw sii rimm ; ' -. ..it II. r'A.-a TOi'HiOJ t.iajsi it j (toi'rmr'.'i .lei" Ml ?! 5-IS .awl Ins .hmTiO f'Ji' I .? .In I veir; -'i lurMni cl ,- ' ';"' ' ,, j.i-ii!(j') n r.r-. I 7111! I.I ! ' 111 .7Ti A7 llclH.l BMASSER,1 EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR; - : OFFICE MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. . i tin.'.";.' S J,'!) .,i;iitv . I:. NiiW feiiHiV.s Vol. f, no. .io; ,!l iu .rt,-rr SUXBUItY.ORflUMDEIUiAN I) COUTT, PA!;' SATURDAY,! MAltCtl'toV. 1 849. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. Q4. -ni .M-OI!.cr.M moil .ii.a n.LncII Mj rV T? "If"' 5L '.V i.rr ... . V -.3 v -'v ..V.: M n i . ii j ) 1 1 e i ; i'- '. ; TKI1IM ' pir,.v!i Tim AMERICAN ! puWiilieil ewy ftititry it TV pOL.l,AK per awiuia to he puid b.ill yeurly in ilaure; . All c lft. AfltlieJlioUt of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. (From tin Phil .Lelr. THIRTlfeTU CONORESS SECOND SESSION. LAST DAY OF THE SESSION.- THE GOLD DOLLAR BILL PASSED. THE HOME DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHED.): . . . i m THE POST-OFFICE, CIVIL AND DIPI.OMA TIC, ABMT AND NAVAL APPROPRIATION BILLS PASSED. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN BOTH HOUSES. COLLISION OF MEMBERS. FINAL ADJOURNMENT.' Washinoton, March 8, 1849. Senate. After the usual preliminaries, Mr. Atchison presented the credentials of Mo ses K. Morris, Senatpr elect from New Hamp shire, n. s ; A bill requiring all revenues to be paid im r mediately into the treasury, without abate ment, and for other purposes, was considered and passed. Mr. Bright, of Indiana, presented the cre dentials of bis colleague, Mr. Whitecomb, the newly elected Senator. The bill extending the revenue laws over Upper California, and establishing a Collec tion District, was taken up, considered, and laid on the table. The bill previously reported, providing for the coinage of gold dol...

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 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. QUI Sorts of Stem. WomBi or PinLosoMiT.Tha feolypoi receive, ne Kb twm th Wnifo which it lifted to dettror It The fly-spider lays an fegg u large m itself. There ere 4041 mus eles hi e ceterpiire Hook diewrered 14,000 tnirrore in the eye of e dram ; end to effect the respiration of a carp, 11,000 arteries, Yea eels, veins, bones, fcc, are neoeeeary. The "body of every spider contains four little man tes pieroed with a multitude of imperceptible holes, each hole permitting the passage of a ingle thread ; all the thread, to the amount of 1000 ,lo each mass, join together when they come out, and make thread with which the spider spins its web so that what we call a spider's thread consists of more than 1000 united. Leunhoek, by means of a mi croscope, observed spiders no larger than a grain of sand, who spun threads so fine it 'ttJbk 4000 of them to equal in magnitnde a "ingle hair. " Lord Wellington was in favor dueling, when it waa necessary. Co...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 March 1849

I potiUAL sro:tiiG. r The WutWforcl llifWiU'iu contuine I'tha. Al lowing polica report, ih? thjthtoof fhii-h is decidet'Iy clever: , ' Mister Johnny (TCoiiner. a man ofno Mil or, went out with Miss Brady, a nico little aJy,amt treatrtl to brandy, awl srnjro cAa ' flndanriy, mul more things so duinly, aiul kisses so plenty.'- But at k'ngth the sul fel low greA- awfully' mellow, and as lie Was walking, mid kissing and talking with pretty Miss Brady, the nice little lady, ft purso full of rhino (t wish' it was mine, oh!) ho whip fed from hor pocket, and cleared like a roc ket. ' But moo he was taken, while tracks he was ! rnakincr, and lodgings assigned him where justice may fimUtim.' Bntlhe tuaiJ on tho morrow, cairie forward in sorrow, her ' li'.tle hoatt havi:ir, and tears h"r eye K-aTing' and b;-gged that his honor would piiy poor Conner, t which he n?s?nted as Connor re pented J when off went the couple i;h limbs ipighly supple, and loft us preiiimin?, th;'.t maiden so blooming, h...

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 March 1849

,7 irftfe. ; . I Eftl CAN . H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 51 iTnmlta ilctospaprr-DtbotcH to JJolWcs, aucrature, Woralftg, iTortfflrt mt& Bomrstfc iletos, Stftmce an the arts, Surtculturr, iWarftrts, glmusrmtnts, fcf. NEW SER1KS VOL. 1, NO. 01. 8UXBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 1 7, 1840. 0L13 SERIES VOL. O, NO. 3$. &S;S TERMS OF THE AMERICA JB. . THR AMERICAN is publihw1 wm Snfnnlny at TWO DOL.I.AKB per imuin lo be paid hnlf yearly in advauce. No tinner rliamiitinned until all arrrfVriffc are paid. All communication or letter, on liusinem relating to the office, to imuro attention, mint ba 1HJST FA1D. . TO CLUBS. Three eopiea to one address, 50ft fceven Do io 10 00 Fiitcen 1' lo 80 00 F ive dollars in advance will pay for three yaar'i subscrip tion to the American. One Square of 16 line, 3 time, livery sutswqneiil insertion, One Square, 3 month, Six month, 4 One year, Busbies Card of Five line., pet a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THS'AlfiERiCAlT. SUNBURY. SATURDAY, MARCH IT. 1549. H. B. MASSES, Editor and Proprietor. - Persons Indebted to the office of the Amorl can up to April 1848, ore notified to make final settlement with H. B. Masser, in whose hunds the booki of the late firm are left for collection. KF" Removal. The office of the "American" has been removed to the build ing formerly occupied by Dr. J. B. Masser in Market street opposite the Post Office.. The law office of II. B. Masser the editor, is in the front room below. 0olfr Pigeon cvn. ' Tram the Lnndnn Clobe, Feb. 0. INTER ESTIXC! ACCOUNT OF HOW THE COLD WAS DISCOVER ED lit CALIFORNIA "Four months among the Gold Finder in Alta-California, ; being the Diary of nn Expe dition from San Francisco to the Gold Dis trict." By J. Tyr'whitt Brooks, M. D., Bogue. We extract the aeoount they received from Capt. Sutter. the owner of the mill, of tha in cidents of the discovery : ' ' "I was sitting one afternoon," said...

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 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. dUl oil5 of 3tcmf. MEETING OF OEW. TAIXOH ft GET, CASS. AWoshinRton Correspondent, .wril,in? ,!" tf March, gives the following account of thn Reeling and preetin? of Iho President and his unsuccessful rivnl : Gcti. Cass paid Gon. Taylor a vipil lo1ay obont noon. The meeting of these distin guished men was .of the most agreeable and happy character. We will endeavor to give a description of it. Gen. Cas, accompanied by Senator Fitzge rald, camo into the office of the hotel and in quired of our friend Willard if Gen.' Taylor was receiving company. Ho was told ht was, and asked to walk up to his apaitmcnls which he accordingly did. tn. Taylor, tit the moment, was seated, speaking to a g.-n-tleman.and did not nt first perceive Gen. Cass' entrance. Upon turning round ho nt once recognized him, and coming forward, grasped his visiter's hand in both his own, and shook it most cordially, Gen. Cffss appa rently being equally friendly. Gen. Taylor Ah, Ge...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 March 1849

SUNBTJRY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. iH(gceUaneomt .Matter "This'FiQCRATivE ok Comparative Sttlb. The following hit at en Americnn peculiar Vfiy U from the Knickerbocker : "''Inovr take my pen In hand to writo to y"i, to inform you that I got here an safe as a thief in a mill, two days after I left you and tlierest of my friends. I waa crammed into & slage-wngon, whore the passengers were as 'hick as crows in a cornfield, ' and the joun pin 'of the carriage made me as sick as deaih ; tytfl am now, by the blessing of Hoaven en tirely wcoved and am as hearty ns a buck. 1 ihave bought a new suit of clothes, which sit Vs slick as a whistle ; and sure as a gun, if 'you should see me now, you would grin like "W 'painter.' " The gentleman I live with is as ' sour as a crab ; but to make some amends for hi ill nature, his wife is as pleasant as a bas. Let of chips, nnd his daughters are as lively as 4 pea on a hot shovel; though to tell the trufh, one of them is as homely ns a carpen...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 March 1849

""T ..u..siuot v:immwM'Jn'u:: . - t FIR I f1 iMl" rViif' : v. .....;,. ,.,.: .... - r. : - , H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PHOPKIETOP., , ;,. ,., rw f: OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.' ! v V ,; 1 ., . - '" ' ' """ ''" 1 ' ' 1 . M ' ' " .---'' '' V ! ,""" t ': - . ' .1. : ' ' i . i; . : I (aeaaaaaasaeeaeMaaeaBaeaaaS)aSSaaal If ' SI jpomflB iletospirprr-Bcnotrt. to .2)oHtf, fiUfrature, jfttornttti?; 'jrorcfaii an Bomcstfc flrtus, Stfcnte airt tlu arts, aarttttlturV, itt.-mtrts, amusements, ct. NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO.' B. .i 1 J jSUXBtRT,1 NORTHUAlliEnLANP COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 21,. 18-io. OLD SERIES VOLJ D NO.' SG) .. v 1 . TKBMS OF THE AMERICAN' I THE AMERICAN Is pablinhert erenr Saturc tOl.LAR9 per annum to he paid half yearly ftatiirnay at TWO in advance. Ko paper aiactiminueu imiii wi o.,. ' ' All cuoituuiiUuitiouA-ur ieUeraen huruieaa rMatinf to the olfice, to iiasmr. auentiou, man m run a raw, i -i i;, ,a ... TP OUIB8.. ; . . Three eopioa to roie adirean, .00 J...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 March 1849

fliBBEACTT Of AMERICAN WOMEN Mr. Macltay, an English barrister, has pub lished his travels in the United Slates The following is an extract in relation to the beau ly of American Women : "TherS ant lore nninla in atii.-ri il iu1llm equalled, never excelled the elassie chaste ness ana delicacy of the leatures, ana tne it . . srnaiinessantia'xqoisiie symmetry 01 me ex. tremities. In the latter respect, particularly, the American ladies are singularly fortunate. I have seldom seen one. delicately brought up, had not a fine hand. The feet are also generally very small and exquisitely mould deJ, particularly those of a Maryland girl ; who well aware of their attractiveness, has a thousand little coquclish ways of her own of temptingly exhibiting them. That in which the American women are most deficient is roominess of figure. But It is a mistake to suppose that well-rounded forms are not to be found in America. Whilst this is the characteristic of English beauty, it is not so prominent a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. , jdeldge tteform. Hhe Hon! Houacb Gwseit, who represent tioW qf the Congressional Dislricta of the iily ot NeW trAk In the Jate Congress, hns published an address to his constituents: On ihe subject of postage reform he says The failure to effect any revision of our present Postage charges is one of the great wrongs of the Session. The iniquity of charging one man forty cents per ounce, or $6 40 per pound for carrying mailed matter ' on an unbroken line of roalroad and steam boat commnnication from Portland, Me., or Charleston, S. C. to Washington, while anoth- er receives an unlimited number of pounds by the same mail on which nothing is charged, is one of tho most glaring of any still subsisting lmHer our republican lute. What I contend for )s notslrictly cheap Postage any more than dear Postage it is simply jiuf Postage. Make sverythinr which passes through the Mails $nv its just proportion of the total expense of Hait service, and charge t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 March 1849

l)civactcr of tljc (Strmans. Jim OEftMAKS or PN.VBVtVAfIA. j . ') i Th prineipul par! Iff t OeiWaYli! tof Pii eylVania are tarmurs liardy and Industrious tiller of the noil that tnoel noble 6fall the 1 occnphtfoni Which can engage the "attention ofmati." More gkilfu! cultivators of the earjh too, we hazard nothinp, can be found nowhere on the face of the globe. vl ' ' '' ? : The German's set a greata1ue upon pa. trimonlal property.1 Thiti useful prlndplo In human1 nature prewiits'much folly and Vice in young people. It moreover leads to InsW ing and extensive advantages 'In the hfi provement of a farm ) for what' inducement can be'stronger ina parent to plant an orchaVd lo preserve forest trees, or to build a comrrip riious and durable house, than the Idea that they trill be possessed by a succession of generation who shall inherit his blood and name? ; What strikes a traveller through our Ger man counties most forcibly, is theirmammoth barns, called in their own language, Schtceit ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 March 1849

rvlr-T "RvT ity trt 1Tb H. B. M ASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 81 jratft'flji iirtofipsper-Ortotei to Holmes, Uttetature, &orslttgt jFortfon antt Domestic Hetoa, Stfentr art the arts, aBrtcuIturr, jttarftets, flmttgwnentg, Set. NEW SERIES VOL. , NO. 1. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1840. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 27. ' - TEBMN OP THE AMERICA. THE AMERICAN li published everV Satiirday at TWO DOLLAHS per annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper diaCilitimied until m arreamgee are paid. TO CLUBS. , Tbree copies o one aoorepi, i ... Do , Do SOO 1U00 filteen fi wiwi FivaiMlari in advance will pay for three year's subscrip lion to the American. Fifteen Do Do 90 UO On. Square of 16 line., 3 limes, Every auoaequent inwruon, One Square, 3 months, Six moutlia, On year, Biuinea. CartU of Five hnea, per annum, Merchant, and other., advertum by the year, with the privilege of inaerting dif rr.nt wtvertiuineiit. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. jTorcign Ntm. From thePhila. Ledger.) ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CANADA. TWO WEEK LATER FROM EVROPB ! WRECK OFTXElfYORK VESSEL. Ores! Vm al LHat terriblefioht i if india. repuushTof the British. 2C00 BRrriSHSOLDIERS KILLED! St. Johns, March 23, 3, P, M. The steamship Canada, Captain Judkins, with European news to the 10th instant, or rived at Halifax on Thursday evening last, shortly after 9 o'clock, having experienced very heavy weather on the passage. The frightful wreck of an emigrant ship has taken place on our coast, off Harwick. The barque Floridian, of 500 tons burthen E. D. Whitmore master, from Antwerp for New York, the property of Messrs. E. D Hurlbut & Co , chartered by a Germnn Com. pany to convey emigrants was wholly lost on the 28lh ull., and horrible to relate all on board perished, except three individuals, who were miraculously rescued from death. The details of the late warlike intelligence from India are of more interest, b...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 March 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOU1WAL. Gi. TTtqi' 9svotBwc. A Wash ington lotter-writar tells the following etoiy of Gen. Taylof A venerable White hoaded man, 105 years old, having totlored up to the White House, early in the morning, had the good fortune to meet ,the President almost at the threshold, The eentennarian introduced himself; told Gen. Taylor that he was fee hie,' and that his blood was almost dried op in his Veins, for (ha snows of one hundred and five1 winters, and the effects of hard ser vice in the wars of our country, had left him but a short remnant of the evening of his long and eventful life.' , General Taylor, moved by the patriarchml years and voice, and simplicity of the man, shook him warm ly by the hand and said : "Well, grandfather, I am glad to soe you. . Have you been to breakfast !" The old man replied that he had not. "Well, then, you must come and take some breakfast with me." "No, your time is too precious., I desiied only to pay you my respects; and...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 March 1849

. SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. sctlUiueotttf .matter. v ." , , tub mn, In inost countrieg of the earth, the load of 1 . .... oppression which has long weignea upon Jewish breast is gradually being removed. That, remarkable race, whose astonishing preservation amid all their ' dispersions, per secutions, sufferings, and forsuch an immense period of time, is without a parallel in the history of the , world, and is justly regarded at a standing miracle in proof of revelation, aeera about to imbibe new youth and vigor from the spirit of the age, and to start for ward with fresh animation on a career of in indefinite duration. More than three thou sand two hundred yoars ago, their inspired volume said : "The Lord shall scatter thee among all people, from the one end of the earth even unto the other ; and among these nations shalt thou find no ease, neither shall the sole of thy foot have rest; and thou shall become an astonishment, a proverb, and a by-word among the nations wh...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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