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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1849

m 4a.SITIrlf .Mt; ,- IN ,1 ... I : , a. 1 X H. B.. MASSED, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET,' OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jramftfi fictospiTjJtr-Brtjott to DoUttts, Hfttraturr, iHoralftff, jForcfan anb fcomcstfc dittos, Stfcncc uritt tit arts, acrtculturr, iHarftrts, (Amusements, Set. NEW SEIUKS VOL. , NO. . SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1849. OLD 8RRIES VOL. O, NO. 34l Jfflggl AMERICA N; , tTKkms or the: amkuica. . THE AMERICAN It puhlihl every ftiturdny ot TWO .DOLLARS per annum to be id tmll yenrly in advance. o paper aTaCJiutihued until all arrtnruut are paU. AU cjmmttnicatinn, or Idler, on Imnint'in rrluting to the "We, to uiMr. attention, muni he POST 1'AJL). n TO CLUBS. three copies to one address, f,"00 feavea Do l)o luOD Fifteen Do Do 20 ou Five d Jlar, in advance will pay for three year's subscrip Ittw to lb American. 'Out Square nf 16 lines; 3 timet, ' "Every subsequent insertion'! !Oae Square, 1 months, Si nonius, Une year, Busbies ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMdKIN JOURNAL. lo reign Ncto 0. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA EVEN DAYS LATER FROM EVROPC. The Hihernia Arrived At her wharf In Bos ton on Sermday- morning. The ateamer Niagara was seen from on board the Hibernia, one dny out from Liver poo), and she probably arrived in port at an Varly hour on the 30th. The ahip Emigrant, from the United States for Bremen, with a cargo of tobacco, has been made a prize and sent into the port of Copenhagen, The fate of the navigation laws is scaled. A majority of CI has been obtained upon the third reading of the bill in the House of Com mons. It is not likely to be rejected by the Lords. Father Matthew will positively sail for .New York, in the Ashburton, on the S3d May. IRELAND. ., Distress and Distaft. The fearful state of affairs in Mayo is most painfully exhibited in the following state ment, which appears in the Mayo Constitu tion : "During the quarter sessions of West port we witnessed scenes which we believed no s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1849

ax SUNBURY AMKHICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. fC IRtHtatTMf AT R. " mtTLtsa rmcLotiat. IsiteJ lately tha works going on in the mncma Vault of ib Holy Office, and not little horrified at what I uw with own eye, and held in my own hand, fhongh I have been familiar with every ing m and about Home for a quarter of a mtnry, I confess t never had any ciiKoiity f visit the Inqoisilion, taking it for granted hat every thing waa carried on there fairly and hoBeetly, a I was led to believe by peo worthy in other respects of implicit trust. ; Besides, the place itself is out of the beaten track of all strangers, and in a sort of rut V sat behind St. Peter's, where it naturally re tired to perform its blushing operation, and do good by stealth.7' I was struck with the outward appearance of civilization and com fort displayed by the building, which owes its erection to Pius V, author of the last creed; but, en entering, the real character of the concern was no longer dissimulated. A range of strongl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1849

SUNBURY AMEBIC AN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THE IMMORTALITY OF THE aVOUL. Tker It not, In my opinion, a more plea. ting tut" triumphant consideration in religion thin this of tho perpetual progress of Iho toul ' towards the perfection of St nature, without er arriving at a period in it. To look upon tha aoul aa going on in strength, to consider that she is to shine forever with new acces sions of glory, and brighten to all eternity, that she will be still adding virtue to virtue, "and knowledge to knowledge ; carries in it 'something wonderfully agreeable tn that am bition which is natural to the mind of man. Nay, it must be a prospect pleasing to God ' himself to see his creation forever beautify ' ing In his eyes, and drawing nearer to him, by greater degrees of resemblance. Methinks this single consideration of the progress a finite spirit to perfection, will be ufficiont to extinguish all envy in inferior hatures, and all contempt in superior. That cherub, which now appears as a God...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1849

1 - ' I.. I ., I, KB 7 i 11 'i ? ; . ! I V H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.'? n j . o ! .i w gi jramda jirtospaprr-JSebottli to HoUtrn, . ftfirrsiturc,' .fttorn.njj. jForcfuit an Somrstfc Uttos, Stftntf airt the Slrts,-aarftuiturr, iHarftrw, Slmnsements, &t. I!,,':' ri'.. NEW SERIES VOL. NO. 9. SUNBUHY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, MAY 2G, 1849. ' OLD SEMES VOL: 0, NO $5. CI TERMS OF THE AMERICAN.' '.THE AMERICAN it published sverv Saturday at TWO VOLLAK9 pr annum to be paid half yearly in advance. Ho paper discontinued until all arrearngea are paid. 1 Au aommunieaUone or lettera on iHisineaa relating to the , to ioaura attention, mint be POST If All), ..... TO CLUBS. .. . - , . 'TVree eopiee to one addrass, , , , , .. , $600 tvea . Do , . Do 10 00 fifteen Do Do ' moo Fire doliara in adranca will pay for Uvea Tsarttubscnp Iwa to tne Amarican. , 1 ... i One Square of ! linea, 3 timet, ' Every tubteqiient insertion, One...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Pcnncnluama at3. Iftom Um Star of tlx North. TUB NEW t WOOL LAW. . The new achooj law it quite lengthy, con Uinina 39 eclion, and i quite lame in ma Jt Of itpjrtmsron.- Wf hve prepered the following synopsis. . , . - - t 1. Extendi the system of common tchool education over all the Stale, and np propriatet 300,000 annually for ite auppoit. Every township, ward or Borough shall be a district. - . f 1. t. When a township is divided the icheol district shall also be divided at the commencement of the next rnrrent year, and the school funds divided in the same propor tion that they would have been expended if there had been no new district. ' S 4. Two, and in new district, nix di rectors shall be elected at the spring or bor ough elections. t . The judges, shall through the consta We, present one return of the election to the board of directors and another to the Quarter Sessions. The constable shall notify the new directors within five days after ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1849

flal SUN BUR Y AM KltfCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. HEW FROM SANTA FE. Combination of Indians if gainst tht iVkittS"- A Pk.ladtlphian Killed Robberies Qold Dijginr, Je. St. t.oot, May 17, 1849. By the arrival of Mr. Skinner in this city, to-day, wa have intelligence from Santa Fe to the 30th of April. We learn that a dangerous cntnbinntinn hat been formed pmit the whiles by the Apache and Eutaw Indiana, and some rour dera have been already committed. Two of the party that weot out wi:h Col. Fremont, Bill Williame and Ned Kearns, were killed bv the Eutawr, in March last, vrhile on an expedition in st-arch of the phil omphial ine'ramentaa d other property lost bv Co'. F. durinir hi imfortnnate journey. Mr. Kearns here mentioned ia one of the three bothers of lhat name from Philiid.I phia, who belonged to Fremont' expedition lie had escaped death from starvation to fall ty the handa of the Indian?. Williame men tioned ia the guide of Fremont' band, whom Col. F. attributed all hie misfortun...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1849

. - (Fran lk Pennsylvania Inqtrrer. CULTIVATE GOOD MANNER. lK 1n obligation of Goofi Markers i Inetiny tant topoti fell.' Many men have owed their tlmtion and prosperity in the world, entire. If M thtir,d(l rescind manner. How often do tr ntertaio a friendly feeling towards a per - on, of whom wo know nothing more than their . cordial greeting in the street; and, on the ' other hand, how often are we conscious of a ' teeret dislike, (blameabte, indeed,) where we bare nothing to condemn bat a stiff, formal node of recognition.' The former, it is a plea euro to meet ( we heartily reciprocate his bland salutation and kind smile, and would ' bo delighted to do him a good turn; the lat- - ter, chills us by his freezing air and rigid countenance j and we would be Very glad to avoid speaking to him altogether. ' The cor dial man makes even his enemies his friends ; the Cold, forbidding man converts friends in to enemies. Every man has a degree of self lots, which is gratified by the one, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1849

.1 I Aht It. I ).0l' I r 1 1 (l 1 vt. I'll 1.1 Hi ; r"i ii. i,- ..... i r a ii. b: massek, editor and "rnoiWETOB. - OFFICE, MARKET STREIiT, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE. MM X jrnmtla iicuspapcr-Dcjotttt to JJoKtrcs, iwtcrnturc, WoralB, iTorcffln an Dontrstfc ilctos, Stttnce anti the arts, aDrtculture, ittarliets, amnstments, c. I'NEW S EH IKS VOL. v NO,1 10. , ; y , SUNUUltY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1840. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 96. mi.. ') !T i.l! ! i ' ' ' ' L : - 1 ' (asSS- W . . . - -, --T - i K,.V, - ii. I A. I J" jm 7". Tt l J M 1 A Wi I sfer; ;-v v ii ' J n. -ft. , . .Jkm 1 . 1 JM. . .. ..... .77., .. ' - - I - : ; rPT" z2t t -:r-- -r . : . ,;; ; -agz, .. tejfA r TERMS P TIIK AMi:iHC;iivH . t"KJMtKKlCA in p11MW1.1l ovory Hitiirif ! ITVO ?gL,l.AHrt iternnnim In Iw tnl li.ili yimrl)-,im ailvaavo. NA mm iliwuMiiinm-fl ntiiil At.l. fimtimiMti Dre iitii(. "All e.niiinuniril1,Hiii nrfeiluni "ii Imikiii.-i Til.ilntjf to tlio MUes, to mturu oltuuinii, ninl lw IV&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1849

Jo reign Nctu c. ARRIVAL OP TUB STEAMSHIP CALADQNIA. EVEN DAYS LATER, motlt EUROPE CONTINENTAL EUROPE FRIGHTFUL M- ! ' CONFLICT ) , ,, The whole of Continential Europe seems ready 4 burst into on general conflagration. The quarrel between theFarliamcnlsthrough out all the various divisions of Germany, and their respective Princes, has reached the highest pitch ; and in Saxony a frightful con flict has already taken place, It was decided in favor of the people, or rnlher the Red Re publican party, who fought with the troops , during seven hours on the 5th inst., when great loss of life occurred. The railways were displaced, in order to prevent troops from Berlin from arriving, but a sufficient force of Prussians having come up oppor tunely, a momentarily tranquility was secured by sheer military force. ',, The fight, however, was renewed on the 6th, and a frightful cannonading lasted all tlay, until night separated the combatants. . On the 7th, the battlo was again renewed at 4 o'clo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1849

0 if ifJmfm -A- ill .l-i. SUNBUKY AMKMCAft AND SJfAMOKlN JOURNAL. QUI Sorts of 3tciit0. the iok 'or THE ship Maria coffirm. ED. Montreal May 28. The loss of the emigrant ship Maria is fully 'confirmed. Three of the crow and nine out of 111 passengers have been saved. The survivors were landed in a most destitute condition at Quebeo on Friday. The Maria Was from Limerick, Ireland. ClNAL BF.TW F.F.N TUB FoX AND WISCONSIN Rivers.; The Wisconsin Express states that the contract for making the canal connecting the Fox River with the Wisconsin, has been let, and the contractor means to do his work in the present season. These two rivers rise in the high table land between the Missis sippi and the upper Lakes. -The Fox flows into Winnebago Lake, which ngiiin dischar ges its waters into Green Bay; the Wiscon sin has its mouth near Prairie du Chien, on the Upper Mississippi. The two rivers ap proach at one place very near to each other, and a canal a mile and a half in length, and 'forty fou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1849

' -'If - " .sM 'Tf .! i.i..'itf vt , JEFFCCT9 OF " UtAISU OM WORN-Ol'T ,,-! We ffiid in a lute ntimbrf trf (lie MilCord (Del.) Deacon, the following HIit Irom Ft-trr F. llmisr-y, Enrf., an iiUolligoht for mer of that State, ll Xir'S!Ks itm-lf : - Mr. Alitor, Having been often called on, lo know the. result oi tho application of Guano on worn-out lands, I nk the lavor of .your columns thai I may briefly give to my enquiring friends my experience in tins inost valuable miiele as a manure J hoping liy tin's privilege tliat I may induce others to profit by tlius fmptovinf; the noil.' ''"'During the last yen.iy'1 pnrchaseil more than ten'tons of fiimtiO1, bf this, 1 tried an expcrimelit of a small tmahlity. on my Dloomjield farm, near Milford, in Ilia tenure of Mr James Sharp. Wp here selected about jjwulvu acres of the jioorest ,Uind on the farm, which of itself, it' put in marlal, wouldnot have .brought inure, than one dollar J)er acre. This land hail not been cultivated since the year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 June 1849

.A I ; .11, 1 """J ' .'u-.ti. ... . ., . : . .. m m . . . .....!:.t1i AiillCiS;-:' - 1 ; ," "' j "' ! ''' 1 Ill-Is'' ' ,,ot Ji.,13. MAtSSER, EDITOR AND PHOrKlJiTOll. . ,;.( 7s zsss& OFFICE, VM AMEX STftfcET, OPPOSITE ITHE POST. OFFICE, ti. kEW SERIES VOL. ., NO., '' rEnMSOF THE AMERICAN. I Jjnk AMKRIAN in piil.lilir. rvry fWnmlnr At TWd TH)MrAKH ppr fihtiiim In he pnitl dull y'-tirh iu iMftiaiickl VMr diAriintin.iH tintil M.k nrnnnii;i.iireitii.. -lt All nlmtmiiirlirti or trtti'rw im luiiiti ri:l;itfug tA th 'vftlce, to insure sUuitinn, nuii-l l- I'lT I'All). ' ! ; to cum ' Tlirec eopiea to one mldnics ' (tin l)i Jin SI . , HUM Vttirm Uo lin - ( 'jiiuu . FMre dnlbtri in iitlvnnrc will pi.y fiir three yvarulwrii) 111,10 the Amvrici.il. ' i ' ' Vhif! Pqxure nf 1 jim-i, 3 tinna, . , verv BHlMfqntMit.tiiiii'rltimf X lite KUre, a lilillttlia, nioith, t, thrfl J-enr, )luiiH'w Cardu of .Fic lino f n!mm, t Wt'rt'hmt.F hidI nthem, lnlvctlila by lite yor4 M ih the ptivil' jt'- ! jiimTii.i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 June 1849

"' 1 ''" ' UIIH HI II IM.I" II I I I ' 111.11111 , - ' ' -ii " I ' " 11 I mi I i i.i . i ... , . . SUNimitV AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. 1 0 r c i g it ,N c to s . - A . .- ARRIVAL OF THE ' NT AG All A the rnEWrii islecti!. a. v i i 7 SOCIALISTS AND MODERATES ELECTED Frrack Araar at I II OatsMe at lUIr tltr. Dtbatts in Ma JVencA Assembly on Ihe Dal. - . Vifo Awt'tiirton of Ministers Neapolitans again Defeated Hunga rians Marching tovstrda Vienna Ex ftctef Battle between Jlingarians and ' Ruisians-Jlnoihtr Insurrection in $t tily Thi Danish Insurrection Jlceep h'tinci of British wdiatlon by Denmark , Canadian Outbreak before the lirilish Parliament Elgin Sustained Renewed , Disturbances in Germany Advance in ; American Securities JI Better Fecting in the Flour Market. St. Sohk, N. B., May 312 P. M. Review af Ihe Kw. The Flour and Corn markets have slightly improved. ; ii. , - The Havre Cotton market lias been more animated since the election?, and prices are well sustained. , The e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 June 1849

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. A STRANGE AFFAIR. The Indiana Brookville American has the following account of a strango affair : It appears that Mr. Joshua Gregg, of the firm of Daniel Hankins & Co., merchants of Connersville, had been paying attentions to Miss Sarah Stephens, of the same place, and finally, some four or five months ago, sue ceeded in seducing her. Recently an nbor lion was attempted, which failed. Gregg positively refused to marry the girl, and, on her proposition, they mutually agreed to com mit suicide. So he procured four ounces of laudanum. Miss S. poured the contents into two eqrnl portions. Gregg, with the utmost calmness raised his to his lips and drank it vffat a: draught. Miss 8. hesitated at first then swallowed part of it, and set the glass on ftta table. Gregg told her to "be a woman and finish It." She raised it the second time and drained It to the bottom. It had been arranged that she should go immediately to the residence of Mr. Abram il...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 June 1849

TfrF T 1 ii rr 7- SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM OTUN JOURNAL EOfi AKD POIXTRY. , , , Umut. Hint. Among all nations, and throughout all gmdcg of society, eggs bnyo Jxior a favorite food. But in nil our cities, nndptrliciilnriy in winter, tlry nro held nt uch prices'that few families, can afford to Use Ihera.at all. and even those wht,,Rre 111 jiy.circlurnstances, consider ( them, too ex pansive forfommon food.. , . . - 1 1 , hro,i1HB, nee4 ofothis.(' Kvery family prpearl 'every family, can, witft yery. little trouble, hnve egg in. pcnty(, during the HHerKWt; fu.ptajHoWBi?)!" domes tinted fV:th UM Pf man,,thecpmmoi dung hill fowl is capable of yielding1 .lie greatest fblo profit to the owjicr,..,.,, , ,(T ijho, month.. of November, t put. apart gloyep hens and a cock, gave ijiem a snmtj cumber ( in a tvood-Jiouse, defended fn lorms, ,nnd with an opening to the south, Their food, water, and mc were pluccif on shelves convenient for them, with warm nests nnd "chalk nest-eggs in plenty,. The...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1849

BURY N A 11 EI I 1 1X0 ., H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI ' jFamfljt JlctospapriyiOrtiotrti t0 DoHtfts, JLftcraturc, IHorairtj?, jForrtnn nntt Domestic ilclus, Scfcnte anlr the arts, ajirfcuUurr, Jfcttrutts, amusements, Set. NEW SERIES VOL. , NO. l8. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1849. OLD SERIES VOL 9, NO. 38. T1 A 1VI NN.' . a n K7 J 1 jL lorn ; ' : . "' I TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKR1CAN it published every Saturday nt TWe fOLI.AH8 p:r annum to lie pukJ hull yearlv in wlvuiic-e No paper discontinued until all nrrciiriiiri-. tin mini. Ail eoimnunientiiai. or letters oil l.n.nn-i. Milling to th ottice, to uuure aitanlioii, uiu.t be I'OP T I'AiU. Tl CU BS. Three eoniea to one sddrm. Beven . , , lo bo en on IIIIMI Fifteen : lo lVi .jtllKI Five d4itira in advance will pny ror three -rat's snbscriu. Hiou to the American. Oil. Square of IB linn, 8 IhUte, , fcvrry auhaequent Insertion, ' One f?uare, 3 UH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL THE ASIATIC tHOLKIU. An erroneous opinion prevails among many persons that the Asiatic Cholera Mi ikes its victim with the suddenness almost of light ning. Tho fue,t is that there mo few diseases' which give eatlier or mote certain warning of their approach J and it is only after the pa tient hot labored under the incipient Binges for thrco or four days, Jhut. the fjnal attacjs occurs." If tho premonitory symptoms ore Watched, cholera is comparatively harmless, indeed far less fatal than any other disorder to which mankind is subject. The first indication of tho approach of tho disease a hardncs, or fulness irl the abdo men, betraying a slight derangement in the organs there situated. If a class of water is taken, a feeling of distress, or uneasiness en sues, generally of a light character, however, nnd in consequence frequently disregarded altogether, or soon forgotten. In time on tho next day perhaps occasional pains shoot through the stomach,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1849

x " .'l . , : . ' .. . 'Jin. . SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SJIAM0K1N JOURNAL. Btogwipljij; ' ' From lira Malloml Gallery of fiSlrsits ' MAJ. OKI.' EDJII SD , VAIKES. Edmunb rtNDLEToN GAJNr.fi, lite third son of Jamea Gaines, : was born on the 20th of March, 1777, near the Eastern base of tho Hlue Ridge, in tho county of Culpepper, Vir ginia. His father served in tho lattor part of the revolutionary war, at tho head of a com pany of volunteers;, and was soon after cho sen a member of tho Legislature of North "Carolina, to the Northwest border of which slate he had moved with hi family at thu clow of the war. Entering the army in 17H0, he was active ly employed for about twelve yenrs in fron tier duty, which included many functions of a civil as well as of a military character ; and upon him it devolved to take an active purt in tho arrest of Col. Burr, which wns effected in Alabama an event which bus been sup ' posed to have exerted a mysterious and pre judicial influence upon all his after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1849

r-wmiim , . w- , i. in,'. .1 ... f SUNBUltY AMKWCAN AND SHAM0K1N J OUKNAL i . i. iiKeteU.iuroitfi Jifattrr. p,A WARMING TO TOING FEMALES. , Many years ago, an aged clergyman rela ted to tho writer the following dreadful elory of a young lady, a member of hi church. She was very pro-possessing in her manner and had many admirers. Among them was ohe who won her affections; but before she give' a way her heart irrevocably, she thought shb would consult her pastor. She asked him his opinion about it, and he answered her by asking this question : ; Oboe's lie not drink loo much 1" She answered, : "he might have done so formerly, but he has reformed." "How reformed !" "He noxv drinks very little, if any " "The old rnnn coulj sco farther than xhc, and said, ''1 ndviso you not to marry him, be cause ho will Very likely become a drunkard; this habit will incrcaso upon him, and before ho or you are aware, ho will ba a sot." Love proved more powerful than the old.pns tor's faithful warning. Sh...

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