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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 November 1849

! I v. ' ...... : . fir-iv fcm & i I I I .II', : l I .-' ' 'i. 1 tfV?T ' T V " -." ';. I T - m B.,,:MAssib; ; fpFFIC, MARKET STBEET; OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sf iTamtrs'iactospaprrlbtviitrli to IjoIWcs, aftcrnturr, ifttoralfttt; jrorttflw Somntrc flttos, Sktimt an the arts, aurtrulturr,- iRarftets, Amusements, t. NEW SEMES VOL. , NO. 3 J. SUNllUIlY, NOR'niUMnElUANI) COUNTY. PA iSATtlRDA Y" NOVEM BER ' I f; i 84. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. S. .11 i - r t n it p i i .-, ; rn. i t II AMERICAN. , 1 UJf J' i ' ' ' ,'. '.'i:.i i . i t V-,,, Trtft AVrtfulr-AXia nnhliahed everv Snttirdav at TWO I bOLLAK per aiuuira to bs rand hair yeurljr in advum, ne Mier tllac 'lillnnea unui AM. arrearage mrw p-a. All comiiiuiiicnU'nn or Altera oil CuiiiicH relating t tlie VHe; to iiinurc atlentlun', bust be VuST FAIL), i r .... ' TO CLUBS. ' " ' : ' Three eopiea to on addreaa, . , 1 i I i 85 00 Seven 1 l 1UVU Fifteen Do Do .. Suou ' Five iMtirt In advance will pay Tor thru fenr'nubecnp iaa to Ui, Amerw...

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 November 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL California Nctos. ARR1VAloFh'E STEALER f em purr oimy At Jiew rV tram rhsgrw. 1 .Jt two wef.kv "Later 5C -5. EfinwOR TXTELZKlliXCE: - we WVER HALF A MILLION IX COLD IN THE -, ' . Kurtnc CltV, . . g . latforta'ati freiJAisnliei i.linas. ! 4 "aHwrstpanisTffP'EfliiSins Clij''Ca'pniln J.1!).' Wilson, 'arrived early ort thb ' hiornint of vNov.'l lib, from Chrtgres, by the' Way of Kings- Ion, JamaichJ ' '." ' !'Y i ' ' 'Annexed is thearnount of dust ih "Hit! font pi7cilyv-v'-'iii "",", -i Amount of cclil dust on board Iho Lmpira 'Jity Mfr.StfrjlY IdiV'Trcigh-amJ ,a targe "Wfnofinf'h lfd fianits hf tha passoiigirii.'' ' 9a ''romhV'Afth'CaTifoniiVCteit. '"' : , . TUB STATE COXVENTfON. . ' Tins bbdyj'iiplrj our 'lntcsi'dntesy had Veil MrT session' H' littlo rtver 'iliree weeks. ' Most '"bt the proviViohs' oHhe proposed constitution 'liaj bedti titled and passed njioii' in' commit " tec of th6 whole, and thai, vc suppose, tnay ' be taken ns a fair index o...

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 November 1849

'(Prom Um KeW YoVk frlbniHS.1 rTiic TAnirF question, in - ' ' 'Commerce is K'ing.'f Buy cheap and" sell VleariiltifirsfcbminBmlrtient-buy (or the lowest cent, no matter though the seller it Starved who thinks hltmelf sny toUf- Vents to lire out 'of Ae profit of others' labor by fcontilvinfcai'jrt'ctfiigatid bargaining no body boties dOWn" to hard, work who cannanago o lire any oilier way. It is matter of so. Vial reape-ciatinty-i-a mar of xjaBte-ftofce able to consume much and produce nothing; nd the noisiest brawler for political equality t the pell or In the bar-room dodges into a Vjustom-hoiisey or Mme other well paid, lazy berth, the first chance he can eel) nnd Wres productive industry to tnoso who can't avoid it. Whoever thinks at all fern hardly fail to perceive how this general tendency "conduces to and ensures an extravagant, bloated, monStrouS stimulation and expansion f trade.' Every body is keen for speculation very few have any confidence In patient, plodding Industry a...

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 November 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAlttOKIN JOURNAL. see M pptr V : Thto it wbjct which J ilnport, is becoming fMiAuf , and diig td U th AMioa of lb , yoong pop1. -00-ion.lly, In bop. of urn, "Young lsulieg re boumt to foil In Iom won a. -possible, anf bound to bo bound to parUWr' for lift, MOiy pro- lirninarie. can bo mado-ouch m getting a lovon rawiniting him thoroughly, being courted, Wing tho ijoertioa rpoppod, getting the wedding garment! in array, tnd innting friends to see them prettily married. The " young man Is bound to be gallant and polite, nd admire without stint all the pretty young vgirl known and unknown, to doff the beater, offer his arm, inrite to title, pleasant sauntei in short, to all and sundries, indeed to show his devotion and gallantry towards the sex, until some enchantress throws her spell a round him, and he sinks, subdued, into a com mon place, indifferent careless Benedict. , "Now ont of these things grow difficulties. A lrourfa man admires a pretiy girl, and murt ...

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 November 1849

''-Ni TT.T TC T tr tV T V, 7 u J i : u u J .11 Jfc7 1 XL IViL JLJ JL U, JL-XJ 1 jL i 10 ' ' , ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST 6tICE. , '!. '- - - -. . - i i t h. S. Masseb; editor and proprietor - - i r ; ......... ! - ' ' rr-ij . I,... :t- i"!' Ue w series Vol. a, no. 35. ' ' SM,N!,.URr?',N5,!lTnUmERLANO COUNTY, iA., SATURDAY, NOVE51BEU 1, 1840. OLD SERIES VtL. IU, 0. "9 tl Till tERlHi OF Till! AMERICAN . TUG AMERICAN ii puliliihn) everv Salnrdnjr at TWO DOLLARS pw minum to b paid hair renrlv in ariVaiica, Tl paper aiaeiHllinilfa oiiui hi arrmntfiea ara rnini , Ail cuiniiiunieatiiai ir Ivttcra on buBinta rHiittng to tlia Awa, to iiuure attcntiin, muat be VV8T i'AIU. . , .. . f I tO CLL'BS. Tate C"pi to rtia Mreaa, SSOO Sevea , -. Do 111 00 Piftitan . , Io Do ai)uo Fiv dollara in advance will pay for thrta raaf'atalwcrip Wa to Ui Aiuaricau, . 1 . - Vja 8ouara of 14 tinea, 9 timaa, i .air auliaequent inacrtitm, . a Square,. 9 month) JBix rooMtha, ' One year, Uunlnrra Carol...

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 November 1849

JFo reign News. ARRIVAL OF THp STEAMSHIP "1 i in-ritiT'n'l''- i ' MVEH DAYS LATER FROM. EVRrtPE. ..!.. i ' . V . Important J-nleHigene from Franct-Dissolu-ztion of the Catinet Formation of a New One Excitement if. Paris-Arbitrary Mm SumifLtiiiIfap6leoh, e , ift. M i The America, Capt. Judkins, arrived at T5ew York between 10 and 1 1 o'clock on Saturday morning, in less than fifty hours from Halifax (Th.t) Clyde steam jxiokct arrived at South ampton on the" 2d intitunt, with the mart from tfce West Indie, itnrl has btonght 820,000, which had been received at . the Isthmus of Panama. The Free Trade Hall, Manchester, was crowded to the extent of six or seven thou 'and people, on the 1st of October; to pro -Mote Wesleynn reform and to hoar addresses "from Messrs. Everett, Dunn and Griffith, the expelled ministers from that body, and their friends. - : The Nicaragua dispute nnd Canadian an nexation continue to be the subjects of com ment in the English newspnpers v. An American merchant,...

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 November 1849

7 1 on News. . J'f Iff ft'.l forYeisrtra oPtMTfotttTe,,,,,, .W.S' Washington, Not. 13 1849,'; Though" lhe 'days' question worm to bd 'actual 'tecttieilliy M ot ot the local ms(-So Yemment bf California, tlio Wilmo) f rovrso still thtwtei to disturb the ;qiihrtiirfity of C'anateu. There Now Mexico, 16 vhiolt Bona of' hi feeal&ffs ddvooatci Vrlll omleavol1 to apply ir, "d ttifcro Is TeVas, which will claim Newlexlco as a part of her tprritory, cfi. Sam llouMon has said "sd, and he Is "likely to lieep his word. - Leaving, then, 9Vety California out bf the ciueeiion, xeo shall hate the following pcrplexlirg rtuust'ioits' Ho agitate Congies. and (he coontry : (- '. 1st. The establishment of the boundary W Tea. ! ' , ' ' .'' -2d. The Wilmot pibViso, as "hn abslrh'c ' Hionv ' '. V , 3d. The abolition of tho Slave Trailo in the District Oftolumbiti. 4th. The retrocession of tho Distiict of 'Columbia to the State of Maryland. ; i','i.,th. The Monroo and Polk declaration in "regard to Eur...

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

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. tub act iion or the railway nrntmrn- The following sketch of Thos. Gray, the ulhor of the Railway system, we take from the Painesvillo Telegraph : Thomas Gray was bora In Leeds, England, about a half a century, or more, ago and this is all we know of this early history. The Middletown Colliory had a railway for carry ing coal to Leeds, a distanc". of three miles. The cars moved along at the rate of three and a half miles per hour. It is laughed at not by Gray but by the wise public. Gray taw in this little work something that might be augmented Into greatness; and he thought upon the subject, and forthwith became a visionary ! He talked and wrote upon his project of "A General Iron Railway" until the people declared him insane. He petition ed Parliament ; sought interviows wilh the lords and other great men ; and thus became the. laughing stock of all England. He re ceived nothing but rebuffs wherever he went All this took place in 1820, or the...

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

- - - ."',?iligtf-M i'fflNltf "" ' "' " " ' ... . .. . ... ' - . i .'. ! 9 M "! t ia 'iaiii Wuii iaftfrStY fc'rtfgeSlr-. - 1 ... - I . I t.; .. !l I Tllinu mrm m-. r T ft ran n a 1 ti' " - r . ,, ji ;.i ..1 ,1 , i,,, H. B. MASSEK;DIT0mAND:pIlOllIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE OTE pkr OFFICE: : '? in. ww ',..'1 ' ,1. '. JEW 81UF,8 VOL. i,'No 30.v;',':.;l! '.V-.'.". ' .' V';':',' i'i, i suxBunYNonTiiuAnEntaND : otn sertes vol. io, no. 15. vi ii i r i ' ' 1 ' ii 1 ii' iii'j 1 1 ' i ii . . twwiAriRJ-iftiiewiWM .r !.. i-ii ii 11 i i n 11 11 : i . r . i ir i i . , ti.rv ii r i .,i i ., ,n i, i , ,.i i; .-.ijh i, i, ."rwi" .t l-t l. z. i;r"--er' -.:. "t i(j '"r-rv 'Uij1' ;ti 1 1 ri j 1 1 ' 1 1 i i r i i., ,v,. i , 1 1 ' ii.m- i t - i ii':1" i n r.'T . ..1 . . . 1 vi-,1 .1 tt) 1 : l .- -"t'rHWlv W.5aWMr: ." ,. y r0 v. - 1 ill. , " ' .n r-n . - " fm: ' TERMS OF TUG AMERICA. THE AMERICAN il published every SiilurAiy at TWO OI.LAR8 per mmnm to tie pnid hnlf jreerly in edvaneo) Mnar fiiaM...

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

KxrLosioft or thk bteamboat LOUISIANA, tNFRCCDtNT tOM 0 Ufll f The New Orleans Delta and Picayune of the I6lh and 17th inst. bring tie the melan choly particular ef the kteawfcleocuweno, by the explosion of the steamboat Louisiana at the whaTf, by which orer 800 persons are believed to hare been killed aod woonded.-r The telegraphic despatches, giv.n o count of this lamentable affair, haTe. been "necesiarily brief and imperfect. We here sire all the particulars known up to the date th. inmal9 from which we take the ac pount, condensing, howeter, the tmimporUBt 'matters. - The violence of nhe mock operating on t koilors was tremendous. A part of one of them, a mass of considerable size, was hurled wilh inconceivable force on tne leveo. ..It eut a mule in two, killed a horse and dri- verofadrav to which they were attached instantaneously. Another massive portion of the same, twelve feet long, and of immense . weight, was blown to the comer of Canal and Front streets, a distance) of 20...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1849

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CALEDONIA'. bete DATS waFnoitJ Aor. , Boitok, Nov. 25, , A.M; Tb eteamship Caledonia, Captain Le.itch, "beinging onweek'a later intelligence from Vll part of Europe, armed at this port at talf-pait 11 o'clock. ! , . - RUSSIA AND HUNGARY. ' JltiitiiM Policy with regard to tht Hungarian Rtfusttt Preparation for a v Bevola .' fion Prott.it against Englith Interference. '"" Fuad Effendi has been informed by Count easelrode that the Czar demands that the , Jlufftfatian refugees shall be located in the Interior of Candia, or on such other point of 'the Turkish territory as may afford the great, est facilities for keeping them under surveil lance. If any of the refugees wish to go to ' France or England, they may bo permitted ' to to do. The Czar will take no nottco of . heir departure, notwithstanding the danger that may attend them, whether in France or i'Vrmrlitiut. There can be no doubt that the ,tefugees wiil'busy themsel...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1849

I U iJ-r.-T4-!-l j -1 J -1! LI L1J1LJ TilIilimtJ ; di too crea. iTSl.l.Ari t know ft ma-rrhaat tlal dii " , -A tiot sell "ten par cent cheaper tha J m"" BMi ia town 1a ' ". . i Did ever ae .W hot rtfu many fT1!!!. riafron, "goo" weJ i IbuH p4 fiTO MB""" fwerWir. in th Ugislatore, ,reking f lel Jru knsnrUa h. filleJlWt Tttd you erer know a trader about M burst trft Who, according, his own story, i doing most prosperous business. i;DiJ you eer khs a preacher who thought ha 'Jod a call" from a high salary to a low one ! . - Did yon ever hare a friend, who, when yon didn't know what to do wiih your loose change' couldn't suggest some means of re lieving you from your perplexity! Did yon ever see a man who expected not to become a Christian before death ! Did yon ever know a spendihrift that was not going to be more saving 'next year! Did yon erer want to borrow money of a friend, who had not 'just at that moment lent all he had, to somebody else ? Did you ever know a rich man who eonldn...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1849

c - v;: .701T7 ?rsi K atr.-ro tin ;! Ln pi .v... IN I L' '. l- .VWiifl. ! ' -".I'i'I " ' m -11 rl'l" 'nil K. i OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1! !( ,'rUn-n ti:tf! t-ti. 'f! , .1- t?. ;, , g jramtls ilrtospaper-Dcbotc to JJoHttcs, atttraturf, aoralftj; ortffln art Domrstfc firtos, Scfntte tt the arts, acrtculturr, &tmtst amttsentrutj, c. NttW 8EH1KS VOLi' 9, 1 NO. i ! ' ' T . J SUNBtrRYNOIlTnUMBERLAND COUNTY, PAM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1849. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, N0.1 i . v. m. a , n am . t i .if i ,' ; ir r a v . -w. . a i a i , n . vsji at n.t a 1 1 1 I 1 1 i 'I rrVi . ii i r irrv. : ir .)f-. f zii . iv u ii l i iiv , n u ... i fap-jT aHfaagjjaai TkJKMS OF TUG AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN it pabltaliwl ererv Saturday at TWO DOLLARS peranmun to bt paid half jrearly in advaiica, n paper diaconltliuea unui ali. arrearage, arv-pain. All eonmiunirationi or letter, cm btiattit. rrlatinf to tba mo) to uaara attention, man Da rusi t'Aiu. , , ', ..... j . TO CLUBS. r . . Tkrato...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ' From Satanhy evonlni's Transcript. EXCITEMENT IN BOSTON. Supposed Discovery of Dr. Parkman'$ Body. Arrest of Prof. J. W. Webster, . Since last evening, our whole population has been in a stale of the greatest possible excitement in consequence of the astounding rumor that the body of Dr. Parkman has been discovered, and that Dr. John Webster, Professor of Chemistry in the Medical Sohool of Harvard College, and a gentleman con necVed by marriage with some of our most distinguished families, has been arrested and imprisoned, on suspicion of being the mur derer. Incredulity, then amazement, and then blank, unspeakable horror have been the emotions, which have agitated the public mind as the rumor has gone on, gathering countenance and confirmation. Never in the annals of crime in Massachusetts has such a sensation been produced. In the streets, in the market place, at every turn, men greet each other with pale, eager looks, and the inquiry, "Can...

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 December 1849

SUNBUKY-AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. JkRKlVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CANADA. YEH JAM tATK OM EVHO. nth'$ AddrusMr. Rives' Reception in .-tn,,, K4-, iPrte. ' ' n ' ?r',!;' ' ' k n i-i i 1 I.-.-. le steamShip Canada arriYed on Saturday ling at Jeny City. We make the fol rig estraeia from papers received as of .V AFFAIRS IS FRANCE. ,Z Rutptio of Mr. Rivet. r. Rives, the new Minister of the Amen Sepublio to the French nation, presented redentiats to the President on the 8th nt, at the Elysee National, ia President of the Republio declared to Minister of the United States, that not Handing the faults which it was right to I on both sides, lie willingly took the step towards the re-establishment of harmony between the two countries ; that a susceptibility which would be, ips, natural with respect to a monarchy ot appear to him to have the same seri notive as regarded an elder Republic Jded, that however jealous he ought to the honor of France, . he had too high )inion of the enlightened chnra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1849

'IV" SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 3VU Sorb of Stems. IMSITARY TRECEPTS. Tho following are from Dr. Brighnm's "Utica Aiylura Souvenir:" .. .. , . 'VVe wish wo could imprest upon nil, Ihe Tait importance of securing sounJ. and abun dant sleep : if so, we should feel that we had done an immense good to our fellow be ings, not merely in preventing insanity, but other diseases also. We fear that the great praise of early rising has had this bad effect, to make some believe that sleep is but of little consequence. Though it may be well to rise with the sun, or when it is light, (not before, however.) yet this is of minor consequence in compa lison with retiring early to bed. 'l havo always taken care," said tho wor thy Dr. Hoi yoke, after he was abovo 100 yeais of age, "to have a full propoition of sleep, which I suppose has contributed to my longevity." In our opinion the most frequent and im mediate cause of insanity, and tho one most important to guard against is iho want of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1849

t ft v.'.' ' -' '3 3" ?T t ii MEM y 1 .b'lll(I .Mm1 )''" . .f.f! ,v; ,r' 4' I. .1 " " -j..- 'J?,. m I' - 1 1 ;A.SSEB, EDITOR AND , PROPRIETOR -j' VI t . .V '.' '-S'rr-ip-' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jTamUs jiftospaptr Dtbotti to DolWcs, atttraturr, JWorairtj, jroirfflit jinti Domcstrc jicW, Scfcittt an the SMs, Slfltltulture, iWamis, glmttsemtnts, Set. NEW SEUIRS YOL. ft, NO. .18. SUA' B UUY, NO UTII U M D E III, AN 1) COUNTY, PA.; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 18-19. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. w,wi ...... T;. '' ' c a n, JL . JlLV i r . t ; ! TERMS OP THE AMERICA. THK AMF.R1CAX 1 publihe every Sotnrdiijr at TWO bOLLARB aaraimnm to be paid half yearly In advance, N. nener dimudiiual until all arrearairea arc paid All eoinmuniralione ot letter, on tuixiiH-aa relating to the Mies, W iiiaure attention, mint lie l'UST I' All). m ,.; to CLUBS. ", " ; Tare eotriea to tmm address, 1500 Inn .ti It . Po .;.. WOO Fifteen 1 . . Do 80UU Five ioliare hi advance will pay fur thraa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1849

. iUagljmgton ZCcwo. (Corronpon'loie of tlie Pnhlle I)ffCT.) FROM WASHINGTON. WisitiNctos, Deo. 8, 1849. We have as yet no organisation of Con gress but I do not see, that apart from the inconveniences resulting from it to the ad ministration, there is much harm done. Congress ha. been in the same predicament before; and, considering the great impor tance which justly attaches- to the cho.co of Speakers! this crisis, it is belter that the election should be delayed than precipitated, .end followed by "a general breaking up", of all salutary parliamentary Tostrnints. The Democrats held a caucus last night, in which the feelings of the different sections was fully displayed, and harmonious nction tendered exceedingly problematical. They released Mr. Cobb without mnking a new nomination. The Calhoun Democrats, inclu ding the Virginians, are evidently in favor of a Northern man as Speaker, and are, in a measure, committed to Richardson. As no Damocrat, however, can be elected without th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CHESCENT CITY. w 1 , ,,, ' NI MONTH IATKII Q CAHrORNlA Oat Milium and a Italf in Chid Dust En .tvanging Actountsfrom th Mines Execu tion on Board umtca istaies rrtgatt Damn fuJtTke Ship! Susan 0. Owensand Mason mt San Francisco. New York. Dec. 71 1 P. M. The steamship Crescent City, Captain Stod dard, arrived here about noon, brings dates from San Francisco to the 2d of ISovember. - Tho Crescent City has on board 160 pas- engers, among whom Is J. P. Judil, Minis ter to the Kins of the Sandwitch Islands. The Crescent City has in freight one mil lion ofdolldrt in gold dust, in addition to about four hundred thousand dollars in Ibe hands of passengers The news, generally, from California, is unimportant. The accounts from the mines continue en couraging, gold was still found in abundance. , The health of the miners is generally good, with the exception of some who are subjected to alight attacks of dysentery. It is estimated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1849

SUNBUBY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. T" ' From tlia Americsn tini(jri. ont or the wni)niMG..A connibul UK ETC II. A few days ago, there arrived, at a Hotel in' Boston, a couple from Rhode Island, who came to get joined quietly in the bonds of matrimony. . At oon a tliey were do miciliated, the would-be bridogroom who waf rough," but apparently honest speci meti of the country Yankee sent fur the proprietor of the hotel, who quickly an r we red hi lummoni. '' "Say, lan'lord," proposed the stranger, pointing to his modest dulcinea in the cor ner of the parlor, "this is my young oo mtm. : Naow wev cum all the way from Rhode Island, and want to be spliced. Sdnd for a miniver, willyer? Want it dun up, rite strait off." The landlord smiled and went out, and half an Hour afterward a licensed minister made his appearance, the obliging host, with one or two waggish friends, were call ed in as witnesHPs-to the "scene." '"Naow, Mr. Stiggins," said the Yankee, "deu it up braown, and yure mone...

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