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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 September 1849

'"VVaV - 1 '-J-"". MIR I-CIS NfiU.l - . . ; : , H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST, OFFICE. a jrimfls iiftospaptr-iDtWrtr to JJotrtCcs, Hftcrnturt,-iHoralftn, jrorcffln anK Domcstfc iftttos, kittntt. an the arts, &ftriculturr ittirrtuts, amusements, &c. &EW SERIES VOL. a, NO. ftn. SUNBUItY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PAM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBKR 8, l849i OLD SERIES VOL. 4, NO. II i jump j ill W.UIW-'JI I WHWIIUMIWIH .HHIJ H!LIi.HWIlWIBWJI "' . 'TERMS OF THE AMERICA HI. THE AMERICAN i publiahed every SVituntuy at TWO ftOLLAHS wf annum In lie xnd Imlt' y.jnrly in adtanue tim notm diaciiitinaeil until ali. arrenniire. are prii.l. ' " .. i..mv,. now in q iNtaniem Feinting l M f lee, to imurc alleiitioii, mutt In l'OfiT PAID. TO CLVUS. Tare copiM to on nddren. tSaverl 1 ho fifteen Dn J)o t.'ll IU IIO Kir. dollar, in .kinfi will mv r. ......... SHOD io hi 111 American. Xhtt Squnre of 18 line, 3 time, (I no luverr .ubaequenl innertion, 3-t VJ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 September 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Jo reign Ne toe. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CALEDONIA. A i . IKVETt DAW LATER iFAOM El'ROPK. . ROW IN TOE FRENCH ASSEMBLY. AVMOJtca orrcn or Austria to treat Trim HVitOART. ADVANCE OF HUNGARIANS TOWARDS VIENNA. ANOTHER BATTLE BETWEEN THE RUSSIANS AND HUNGARIANS. Tslcorath OrricE, St. Johns, N. R., I Friday Aug 31, 8 P.M. J the Colidonio,' Cnpt. Leitch, arrived nt Halifax about 1 o'clock yesterday morning, in about 11 1 days from Liverpool, bringing pa pert to the 18th inst. GREAT BRITAIN. In England, Ooca! politics were never in abeyance more than at this moment, the in terest of the royal visit to Ireland having passed away. The London journals find the greatest difficulty in filling their columns with any attractive matter. : The most active hnrvest operations are go ing forward in all parts of the country. In the neighborhood of Liverpool a good deal of rain has fallen, but in the Southern parts of England the weather has been very fine, so th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 September 1849

I wujmf.m 1 1 SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SEAMOKIN JOURNAL. .1 - Sunbury, September o, isiv. Amount of conl brought to Sunbury over the Danille and PotUville rail road, from the Shamokin Bines: long. 535 lt622 For the last week, Per hut report, Total, 11157 l)c illarkcts. r . " Ss, 4, 1849. Wheat Prime Pntirutylvnttia red are ' 9i ua a iuo ana wnite ni si iuusi ix. Cosn. Yellow is worth 64 a 65c; white S2 a 63 b. , Oats. Southern Oats are held at 28 a 30 ; i'enna. 93 a 340. Rr Market bare small sales at 65c. Whiskey. Sales in hhds at 24 o and in bbls at 28 cents. BALTIMORE MAHKET. Ojjict o the American, Sep. 1st, 1849. ' GRAIN. Sales of wheat at 1 04 a $1 I0o for prime whiti;, and 98 a SI 04 for red, and whitu suitable for family Hour at 110 a 115 cts. CORN Sales at 54 a 56c. for white, and 60 a 61 for yellow. We quote Md, ltye at 55c. J a lot of Pa. do. old at 65o. OATS Sales at 28 a 30c per bushel. WI1ISKEV Is not plenty. Sules of hhds. at 27 it, and bbl 27 1 28 cunts. We quote N. E. Kum...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 September 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. SHtocrUirocottB matter SENSEOPATIIV. A correspondent whoso sad experience has been Wry impartially divided betweeu Ho majpathy and Allopathy, sends the Provx dent Journal the following parody on the lines which hove lately gone the rounds of the papers touching these two schools of medicine: Tnke the open air, The more you take the bettor, Follow nature's laws To the very lotter. Let the doctors po To the Bay of I Lst alone the Gin. The Brandy and tho Whiskey. Freely exercise Keep your Bpirits cheerful, Let not dread of sickness Make you ever fearful. Eat tho simplest food. Drink the pure cold water, Then you will be well, Or at least you ought to. ititone Island 1ms within her limited tcr- Titoy 163 cotton mills, consuming annually 88,000 bales of cotton, and manufacturing 70 000,000 yards of cloth. Chas. Avsry, a wealthy and philanthropic citizen of Allernny City, is erecting a large edifice at his own expense, for the purpose of founding a c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 September 1849

v.i'l EE I C Al I1 IV I.A- H. B. MASSER; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. g gB: flf jpr rppbotra J" atttraturc, moMUyjrirttM ntfit Domestic, Scfntte ant the arts, acrfntlturr, garnets, amusements, c. 'n. .' Ml- - stTvntTttTt" ,..;.'., ;..L,;. '"'...Ll. 'i. ; ! 1 1'.:.... '.,.,; I".'.': ii lTT ' " " ' NEW 8KRIK9 VOL. , NO. Sl. "sutfBVft northuM sept'kmbeu is, is49. OLD SE1UES VOL. 9, NO. Sli i is 11 ii ' ti - ii'' " "' li ' ' ;-". iv ii ,'i TKKNS OF THE AMERICA. 6 xa OLLAKS per aniiutii to be paid half ycnrlj in advance, Ail conliuuuicalioii ur letter on bnnntw. relating tu th. 'office, to insure attention, mint be I'OST l'AID. TO CLUBS. Three eoprei to on add-wi., f 50O Seven Do - fro IUOO "irtee Do Do 8000 Fir. dollar! ill advanoe Will DUV fur three vonr'. .uUnrin. uhmt discontinued until all arrennuien .re iiaid. 'Hon 10 Ibt American. ' Oh Square of 16 llnea, 3 timet, .Kvery subsequent uiserlioa, ' One Sqaaro, 3 aionOist Six muillui, ' On. ye...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 September 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. FURTHER DETAILS OF THE STEAMSHIP 1MAGARA. LATEST FROM EUROPE. The Journal of Commerce hat received its telegraphic despatches from London, which give the following additional and later Intel licence : ' - JLr. HUNCARV. The Surrender of Georgey. London, Saturday, Aug. 25. We are in possession of our usual Paris advices. They are. dated yesterday evening. La Presse states that it is very generally believed in Paris that the surrender of the Hungarians is to be attributed to the result of negotiation, rather than any corrupt motives of Georgey, or despair on the part of his army. It is said that the arrangements for the surrender were made by Prince Swartzenberg during his Jate visit at Warsaw, and that honorable terms were obtained. La Presse gives Great Britain the credit of effecting the negotiation, who acted from a desire to terminate the un equal contest in which Hungary was enga ged, and to prevent Russia from making any further incursions ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 September 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. QUI 0ott0 of 3tcm0. cM plAc7(t6T'i --Doctor' ,t the mines hi California, are a hundred dollar Wait., A phywcian from Westches n N. Y., taa eatabliahed himself on the nks of the Saoramento, in a log cabin, one half of which he uses as a store, and the vtber as a hospital ; and it is said that he re 0(jTM as much gold daily as the arerage of Vrentjr miners. ' Floating Ssatos. The people of the ..stern Texas, says the Houston Telegraph, rere to elect a floating Senator at the late election, but we are unable to ascertain who s the successful candidate, ine vmters are been so high in that section that all the Mnators and mails seem to be afloat. "Lance Dam. The Hadley Falls Company, which has a larger capital than any other cotton manufacturing company in the United States, is now building the largest dam in America, being 1047 feet long and 30 feet 4iigh The water power is estimated capa ble of driving 1,200,000 spindles. The Commissioners of the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 September 1849

r SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. Useful iUcctpts. Camphimc ron PoLtswso. Ladies are Very fofid of keeping the door knobs, poon, filatea &c, in biilliant order. Now, if In tead of water and ulialk, and such prepara tions, ladiea will tise camphine and rotten tono( a far brighter, quickr,nd mora dura ble polish can be obtained than in ny other wiy.f tamphirie is the article used fof pro ducing the exquisite polish ot daguerreotype plate, and nothing has yet been found equal to it. So says an exchange, and it is worthy of a trial. . To keep k Stovb BniniiT bt Two Arru eiTiONS a Year. Make a weak alum water, and mix yon aritish Lustre with it perhaps two tenpooiis to a frill of alum-water ; let the stove be eotd, brush it with the mixture, then take a dry brush and rub the stove till it is perfectly dry. Should any part before polifhiria:, become so dry as to look grny, moisten it with a wet brush and pro ceod as before. To Clean Oil Taint The best thing for cleaning oil pai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 September 1849

t mAmS ... , . ....... .. MffeAIBRlGiN, : H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THfe POST OFFICE. 3 jramflg flctogpapcrrBcbotrt to DolWcs, JKtcratufr, .itty, jrortcint atitt Bomcstfc iletos, Scfence an the arts, flrftttlturr, iHarftets, sstmnsements,'c. 5TEW SERIES VOL. Q, NO. 90. SUNBUllt, NORTHUMREULAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, SEP'l 'EMBER 2. 1849. OLD SERIES VOL. g, NO. 9. i. TEHMS OF HIE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN la publiabed every Saturday at TWO '0OLL.A.K3 por aiuiuni lu lit paid hall yearly in .dVanc, N. miner discontinued uiiti.Al.L arreanrcea ar paid. AH conmmiiKnti.nl. or ktlcra on uu.ineM relating to the ' .me., to Hiaure .uemiun, huhh. uc ruoi rAiu. " ; TO CLUBS. Tare, eopiea to on. addreaa, 83 W :9.v U. Do 10 uo "Fti'Men Do 1)0 Suoo . Five dollars In advance will (My for thru y.ar'aubacrip- ' tloa to tne American. ' Oaa Square of 16 lines, limea, Kvury mibaeqtnsnl inaertion, One Square, 3 ruimtlis, 8ii months, On. year, HaaineM Carda if Five l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 September 1849

SUNBUUY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. California HZtM. r ,1 - CALIFORNIA LIFE AND MANNERS, f The journals are filled with letters from California, which funjh m interesting extracts: ... ' Life in California. Vxte In San Francisco is exciting and amusing. . There is almost a total absence of fcmule society. It is no place ftr the presenso of ladits,! and. will tiot be for some time to come. You jsan there tffrl'arSrve IheVntire freedom from re straint. For instance, good board being at 21 a week, and ordinary at S16, many pre fer providing and cooking for themselves. 'You lrt'ay s(e'lhcso "independents" walking t4ef4tt streets ewy maming with a beef .etoak in. one hundflnd a liuf in the other, jjVyhistling "away with melancholy," 'Vlartho kitchen," and other refined airs. Now these f" gentlemen fare well ; they buy their beef at A 2 (.cents a pound, delicious Nilnion at the ,arno, broad at 25 cents a loaf, and cofloe and 'sugar reasonably cheap. Thus their per ..diem expenses do no...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 September 1849

'1 GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION, rfTiiBiTiKT ia n act of the General As Mmbly Of ihe Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, entitled "An act relating to the cl.-c lions of this Commonwoalth," opprove.l the second day of Jul Anno Domino, one th.rti. sand eifflu hnrtdrea artd thirty-nine, I, JAMES COVERT, Hig Sheriff of Ihe county ol Nor thumberland, rennsyivama, ue nereoy mono . known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that a gonoral election w ill be hold in said comity of Northumberland, .'. on the SECOND TUESDAY I9th of OCTO " HER, 1849, at which time,. State and Conn . I.y Officers, as follows, are to be elected : x One person as Canal Commissioner of Iho vomrWonwealth. . ' One person to fill the office of Member of the House nf Representatives, to represent tin! ' county of Northmnberlund in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. : One person as Register, Recorder, and Clerk I "of the Orphans' Court. One person as County Treasurer. . One person as County 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. — 22 September 1849

ISUIBUB Y , AMK1UC AN AffD SHAMpKIN QUllNAL.; e.l from lb Boston Courier, Take little wife, ' I The rjrettier the better i Pat her cheek, and when She want to kin youlet her V , Keep her in the houee, j '. f - There nhe'll cook your mutton J, ; ' " Dam rour jacket too, .r . ; : T f .he's worth a button. Never mind the lot ! Of her aunts and cousins, 1 Ask them to "drop in j" Dint them all by dozens. One of these odd day, ! You'll fel one inch taller, . " , When you see her hngr ' ; " A chopping little equaller. JHJsctUaurDMfi rentier. b') too V How . W. Gwiv, formerly of Mississippi, tut now of California, has written to his friend in New Orleans, that the people of California will promptly organize a Slate government, and exclude slavery by an over 1 r. whelming majority. :;.'? Omnibus Farb ih Charlbstoh. The Charleston papers are rejoicing over a new ' omnibus, to carry passengers at the rerfMced i- rate of 25 cents. What the distance is, how ver, we don't know. A boat made of gut...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 September 1849

I Iv-(f '.tt.vr 0 Aw iv I l-TO ,v, i. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. St iTamtlB firtospaper-Srtotrt to JJolWcs, afteratutc, JHornUnj, jForcfon an Domestic fletos, Sctawe antt the arts, SlflrfcultutT, Harfttts, amusements, x. Nkw SERIES VOL. 2, NX). 27. SUNUUUY, NORTHUMBERtiANt) COUNTY. l'A., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1849. OLD SERIES VOL. 10; NO. i; - . i 1 a- i XV - i . x-f vsl.a .'if . i Alt! IR Y (PI A ! i n 1 JL TEltMS Or Till: AMERICAN. THfc AMERICAN is puMMied every S.-itnrduy at TWO DOLLAHtt per annum to be puid iuilt yeurly m advance, W Darwr diacontimieil until all arrciirnax-K are paid. All communication, or letters on luiiiiteM n-ktliuy to tbt office, to maure attention, nmfit be rei I'Aiu. to cia ua. Tkree eoplca to one address, 85 W Sev.n i J 1)0 1UUU Filleen Do Do 4UU0 Five it' 'llnrn in nilvnneo will pay for three year'i aubscrlp (ion to llie American. One Pipmre of 10 linor, 3 limes, livery utilisi-qunt insertion, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 September 1849

'1 So reign Nctoe. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CAMBRIA. EVfcW DAYS LATER FOM KVMTK TaLEoiurH Orrice, St. Johh, N. B. ) ThursdaT, Sept. 20, P. M. f The Cambria arrived t Halifax past ix o'ohck last erening, having had heavy weather, and was to leave fo( New York at 8 o'clock on the same evening. The cholera was greatly increasing in Eng. land. The deaths for the week ending the 8i h instant, in London, wer YT96, of which 1663 were of cholera. In Liverpool, tho deaths by cholera were said to be greater, in proportion, than in any part of England. In Dublin it was on the increase. Several distinguished porsons have died of cholera in Paris and other parts of Frunce. Vienna and Berlin are at the present timo Buffering more than Paris. At Berlin the deaths are wore than 40 per day. Themnrketsarediill, without much change. The weather for harvesting was fine in all Great Britain. The Liverpool Journal of the 8th says: "The harvest- hag been nearly safely hou.cd( and is pronounced abnndant, 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. — 29 September 1849

j : SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N J OUKN AL. Z)t fxtml) Affair. THE FRENCH TROtBlX. Tho following extract from a Washington letter in the New York Herald fill up some blank! in thn nocoums we have previously published : ' Soon after the inauguration of Gonrra.1 Taylor, it may be remembered that a grand entertainment was given to the foreign min ister resident iu Washington. In getting up this entertainment with proper attention to etiquette aevoral member of the cabinet yrere called into the councils of the White House. It was proposed, as usual, that nil the ministers, with thnir secretaries, includ ing their Indies, shoulJ bo invited to thn1 grand diplomatic fete with the exception of the French ambassador. It appears that M. and Madame Poussin had previously both called on the President, tho minister present ing his lady to tho fumily of the President, and everything passed ofl" lady like. This "Was a preliminary step in social diplomatic ' etiquette ; but, for other reasons, it...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 September 1849

"V ''.iJRl!!!5 'in . w mpi y. sffNTUTUY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL A 311 Sorts of tcm3- v TakiSsToll. Tha St Louie Reveille i. publishing tale, purporting to giv some ad ' ventures in ttte life of young physician, from wbich we take the following extract: A snow having fallen,- tha young folks of tho village got tip a grand sleighing party to j country tavern at some distance j and the intereetiifg Widow Lambkin tot In the same leigh, under the same buflulo robe with my" "ielf. "Oh, oh don't !" she exclaimed, as we came to the first bridgp, catching me by the arm, and turning lior veiled face towards me, while hor little eyes twinkled through the gauze, in the moonlight. ' "Don't what!" I asked; "I'm not doing anything." "Well, but 1 thought you were going to toko toll," replied Mrs. Lambkin. "Toll ?" 1 rejoined. What's that 1 ' "Now do tell !" exclaimed the widow, her clear laugh ringing above tho music, of tho bells. "Dr. Mellows pretends that he don't know what toll is!" "Inde...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 October 1849

i . - ...... . I 7T Th A 111 (H A N l.-vt , 1 N 0 . .. ' EDITOR AND BROPRIETOR. -9j!ftSgsas-i" OFFICE. MARKET STREET. OPPOSITK vm. rrvP nmnra. t , (- iJ-i x vux . x. -m. .a. -u a jramttg aettgprrart)otct to Moi.tfCfl, artcraturr, ittorama, jybrfejfgir aim nomrstfc iictos, Scftitte ant the arts, -larfculturr, ittarftets, amusements, t. New series vol. a, no. ag. StlNBURY, NbRTIIUMtiERLA'N D COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER O. 1840. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 3. TERMS OF THE AMERICA. . iflE AMERICAN It published every Saturday at TWO "DOLLARS per ennum to be paid hair yearly in advance, 'NenaMr dtsoontmued until su, arrearage are poid. AM eoinmanictitmns or letter on business Muting to the Voice, to iiuure attention, must be POST I'AIL) TO CLUBS. jTkree eopiei to one address, Tevea D Do Tlrteen Do Do 500 10 UU 0 00 tTv dollara In advance will pay for three year's tubacrip- Oae Square of fS lime, i time, .livery eubeequent insertion, ne Square, 3 month, JHk mouths, ,Jiie year, business Card...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 October 1849

r - fiJIWWV-'' SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. IMPORTANT FROM SANTA FB Alarming Indian Depredations' Americans Murdered Fort Bent BurntTh Com mand Supposed Massacred Gnat Political Excitement, tft. ' ' St. Low, Sept. 29, P. M. Mr. James Brown, the Government Freight Agent, arrived here last from Santa Fe. He was 20 days on the way. He reports trade at Santa Fe generally dull particularly in dry goods, though groceries were in good demand. Two Americans were murdered by the Apache Indian, at Los Vegas, on the 6th September. Tho Indians stole twenty Gov. ernmcnt horses at the same time. - When about two hundred miles this side of Santa Fe, Mr. Brown was attacked by a party of 100 Arrapahoes, who robbed him of everything. The next day they gave him back some mules and left him to pursue his journey. ' On the way Mr. Brown met a party of Cal ifornia emigrants, who supplied him with provisions and other necessary articles. Col Alexander was in command at Santa Fe when Mr. B. left....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 October 1849

-w,if7-'' SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SI IAMOKIN JOURNAL. .ft Coal (Erabc. , ; Sumburt, October S, 1849. AwiCunt of coal brought to Sunbury ovct win uanviue and i'otteville ran road, lrom the hamokin tninea: Ton. For the last week, 626 'l'er last report, 12831 . Total. 134ST ; ' $l)c illarkct0. - aPHIXsADB liPHI A MABEBT. : V' . . . Oct. 8, 1849. '' Wheat Prime Pennsylvania reds .,. ore .Twill at SI 04 n 1 06 and white at SI lOaSl 13. Corn. 'Yellow is worth 64 a 63c: white . ' Rye Market bare small soles at 60o. " Oats. Southern Oats are huld at 89 a 30 j Punna. 35 a 36ts. Whiskey. Sales in hhds at 29 c and bbls same price. BALTIMORE MARKET. Offict of the American, Oct. 1st, 1819. "JftAIN. Sales of wheat at 1 04 a $1 08o 'for prime white, and 98 a SI 03 lor red, find white suituble for family Hour ut 110 a , 119 cts. , CORN Sales at 60 a 61c for white, and "60 a 63o for yellow. OATS Sales at 29 a 32o per bushel. WHISKEY". We note a sale of Mils, this Tnorning at 284 a 29c, and hhds. at 28...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 October 1849

m-jp SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. Extracts from LRrnnrtinn's History of he French Revolution of 1S48, an am!rable book just published by Philip & Sampson, of Boston : ' CHARACTER Of tOCIS rillMPT . ' Studious, thoughtful, and exceedingly well informed on all points touching the interior administration of empires; profoundly versed in history; a diplomatist equal to Mazaria or Talleyrand ; possessed of a fluent and inex haustible elocution, which resembled elo quence as much as conversation can resem ble oratory ; a modol for husbands, an ex ample for fathets, in the midst of a nation which Iotps to see good morals seated on the throne ; gentle, humane, and peaceable ; brave by birth, but abhorring bloodshed J it might be said that nature and art had endowed him with all the qualities which make up a popu lar king, with one exception greatness. THE KING'S OPINION OF LAMARTINE. Tho king, without doubt, believed that M. de Lamartine was an enemy to his house, or that he w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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