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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 October 1842

'To Ihe Democratic Electors aflhelitk Sena torial District. Fitiiow 'CtmRirs Ye the unders-lbned cit Ifcetra of Centre county, Although we should We preferred the ne'hiharinn of Centre county man, yet believing ittat the nomination of Jesse C. Ilorton, made m fairness and he received llie wimf, without olicitalion cfrjrlwlge, think him entitled to the nn ''iviclcd rapport of life whole Democratic farfy, of this district. We will therefore give tiim ctarlteBYly support. : JOHN 11ASSEN JOHN HESS "GEO. SHENErlGUR GEORGE J ACK JNO. GILLtt,AND CHARLES RANKV JONA. SHAFFER tt.N.McALLISTER ISAAC RANEY CHARM;; KURTZ. 'tor(hc fromnnralic parly of the 12. A Sena torial Districts It U certain that we fought anJ contented fir the senamriul nominatirM rn this county. We haws Veen disappointed, hut that disappointment will not ., girevcnl ts trout surinorling the regularly nominated ;-scandidatc. Jes'e (J. Horirm having receive J the nomination, will support that nominrftion heartily anil afTee ti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 October 1842

rt niors cask op abdvction. Tlic Leeds (En.) Times states an incident which has occurred in Yorkshire, fit to grace n novel. The hero is a proem Courted by his master's daughter, and liiseonregeandtledcrnii nation towards the close of fhe eventful history prove that his discretion and distrust at the corn mnreinr?nt were caused by no lack of manly rpirit About nine months airo, Mr. Ohnrlns Brook, a wrnhhy Amerimn nimhmt came to settle with his family, a wife, and two daugh ter nt Mirfield. Among the servants rmplny ?d ns MbK)UT, or occasional groom, was Benja min Hall, for whom ihe ekler Mima Brook, twenty-three years! age, conceived an anient passion. Whenever be was at wnrk in the yard, she watched him from one oftho windows; and she never left it until he had finished his tusk. The youth did not suspect her feelings, but was often heard to complain ol her conduct, because, he said "il seemed as if he could not do hi duty without beinsr watched." At length Mits Brook employed a mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 October 1842

TKIIMS OF THE "AMKKICAK." HENRY B. MASSER.a PuimsiUft Ash JOSEPH EISEI.Y. 5 rRorniKTona. . It. JtMSSEH. Editor. nmCI 1ST MARK KT irUI.IT, MIA DECR. THE" AM ERIUAN" is published every Satur day st TWO DOLLARS por annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No suhscriition received for a less period than flit months. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. BEN Blj.O'lril-lR'S STORV. Or How to Rrlliih Julep. V C. F. HOFFMAN. Are you sure thaVs The Flank over by the sliore !' Certing, manny ! I could tell her pipes a tYoss the Maioura.' 'And you will overhaul her!' ...'Won't we though ! I tell ye, Stranger, so wire as my name's Den Blower, that Inst tar bar'l I have in the furnace has jist the smart chance of go-ahead into us to cutoft'The Flame from yonder pint, or send our bout to kingdom come.' The devil!' exclaimed a bystander who, j intensely interested in the race, w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 October 1842

From the Blptitt lluord. i':e of the Commonwealth, aglnst Artn Orixiojt or JrnoK Lrvvta. V h-'ltioT ronsldered in toeaid to law, morality. " roigion, thi-i i truely an cxtrsj.iediniry opinion 'l is iinwiiun1 in all. The cie none out nf tin npplic itinn of minister nf the gesprl. In hold the defendant to mrety of the peace tlip said defendant having threatened the complainant with per n A vin'eine fur luring baptifd hi, tho dedendent ' In ii alitor, n girl of seventeen year of nee, without the conrcnt nf hrr father. Tho judge Mini over the d-'fi hdant, to keep the ponce in the sum .f five hundred elollars, ami, wonderful l. relate, directs the eomplainmt to pay the. coats of the proceeding. It is to the course of reasoning, upon which thi anomalous jui'gmen! is founded, lh.it our attention is to It directed. "If," says the learned judge, ' ilv pros color was acting within tho line of hi duty ho ought nut to pay costs ; if lie h is interfered with the fuller's authority over hi child,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 October 1842

York on Tuesday morning, by Pomeroy'a Express, for the Bank of Upper Canada, The amount of Revenue secured at (he port of New York during the year 1841, wa$IO,146,fi35 99. During three quarter of the year 1842, $9,. 911,387 23. According to the last census, goods to the amount of $114,000,000 were manufactured in the New England Stalea, Mr. Thoma Blanchard, of Massachusetts, haa invented a machine fur turning fhoe last of all aizes. Marriage are noticed in the following manner in the Hamburg papers, the parties sending in a joint advertisement I "The joyful celebration of our marriage, this day complelej, vie announce to relatives and friends. Carl If KisaKitHKit, Maris Voir Hkisherokr. Marmonlinii George W. Robinson, Lite a General "in the Nau vxi service, haa withdrawn from the Mormon con nection, as he 'cannot consent longer to remain a mrmlier of said church while polygamy, hscivious ness and adultery ore practised by some of its lead ing members.' He publishes a letter in the S...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 October 1842

1IA2VK JIOTt 1. 1ST. rrwsvM ami, Tl c following list show tire-current value of al Pcunsvtvania Hank N.itia. The ntol implicit re liance mny le plncnl upon It, as it frrvry n-nk run fn'ly compared wnh ai J cortcc nl Iioiii Biik (Jt'll'a Kcpnrtcr. Ittuikn In lillal l'ir. t SSxnr. Locatm. ., . I II I LA II. NOTES AT 1 A R. Bsi k of North Ameiica Hank of the Northern Lilicrtic Cunmerrial Hunk of Penn'a. . I'snriis ami Mechanic' Hunk Kensington D.iiik par par pnr par pnr p.r pnr pur par pm Unhid. lphiBiitik Nvlunlkill Hank W.iiithwark Hank . Western Hank . . MMiiinics' Unnli . . C'oinilrj IlnnliN. H fk of Chester County W slchestcr pnr pur par pur par pnr p.r Thc-e Urn k of Delaware County U 11 ik of (crmantow n Bunk of Montgomery 'Co. Doyli stow n Hank Khs'oii Bank F 'timers' Bank of Bucks co l Vice of Hunk of 11 iin'n. Ollice do do t 'tVro do do OJl'ice do do CIlOHtlT (rrtniniitown Notristnw ii Dovlcstown Esston Hii-tol Harrishii'g" I. air. pit Leading T'iitun r V oll'iPOK f ilii riot...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 October 1842

TERMS OF TIII3 AMIiniCAX." HENRY B, MASSER, 3 Pmtisiiiins ar JOSEPH ElSELY. iPnoMimii. if. ft. JUtSSKtl. tCdilor. ottitx in X4RK(T itiiit, ir taccn. TH E AMERICAN" tipablishci every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annul to be )ail half yearly in advance. No jispct discontin ued till Ait, arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period Ann aix mo.itbs. All communications w letters on business rotating to the office, to insure attention, nui be POST PAID. S?omn mental earthquake hath moved a rustic mountain of thought, and indue time brought forth the following mo-o-nstrous nice thing; Jlicfi. Star. A nnllntl. Somowfii Dkath nc Pkts Grat au T.ii ANN r QcF.nL. My soti- is of a nice young man, VVho-e name nan I'eler Gray, The State wher Peter (tray was born Was Pennnylvani-a. This Peter Oray did fall in love With such a nice young girl; The name of her I'm positive, Ws Lrrianny (jui il. Whin they were going 1o he wed, Her father he said "mi," And brutally did hp nil her off...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 October 1842

From the Newark Daily Advertiser. Sitae Last Tnrnliiff Machine. We have haJ the pleasure within a few days t'f witnessing the operation of this curious specimen of American ingenuity and skill. It ! .ym. invention 01 i iiom UI.ANcllARn, o nf ,,, M,oa but d lTer from the imported pin ..I:tsa., whose various labor saving inventions; n,inly in this, that they are solid headed iht U, have given hitn a just distinction am ng tlio j the p n nnd head are one and indivisible. The most eminent American mechanics. This mi- ', pit a ire twice the stirTnesa of the English, and tbe cliine ha9 been erected and put in operation 1 point of exceiding fineness, owing to improvements i.i this city under his suporintendancH by ! in the method of manufacturing. They are of ad I.KWi.s S. LlNDSLtV, at Quiinby's Conch Fac- ' niiiable quality and finish, and are tff ded chenpi f tiy, and is well worthy of the attention of !'h.n pint have ever been hi fore three hun ii... :... . r m t- those who take an inte...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 October 1842

Money Market. ' Monry matters ate without change in our city. Although the cane i not to bad aa it was aome lime ago, capitalisti are puttied to know what to do with their means. The hanks hive thoUianda in deposit, and cannot even dispose with advantage of the auioa at their own Immediato command. Specie was never mora abundant among them. All this indicates inactive trade. In short, the Fall business will not amount to even one third of an ordinary season. A ho however is indulged of derided improve ment in the Spring. The tone of feeling and o. pinion among our merchants and traders is cer tainly much mors cheerful. But so great has been the suffering, so immense the losses, that we can not expect decided improvement in any other -than a alow and gradual way. The case is similar in England. At our lust accoun'a the Dank of "England had lieetween 9 and 10,000,000 of bullion an ita vaults, and monry could be procured readily on -good security at 3 per cent, per annum. Of course tra...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 October 1842

L'JM t Ml 1 . L.. -I . l I. . J. 1 11. il 1 aj 1 11.. a . l . Jtf HANK SOTU LIST. rnvxsii.TAXiA. Ti c following list show the rum tit value of nil IVnusylvania Rank N.rtis. The most implicit r linncc may l placed siprni it, as it is t very ivnk csr fully Compared witii ai J corrvcted front Di.k- Hill's Reporter. lrnnkfl In lMillntlt Iplihi. Na.. Locatios. Vf,,r" " NOTES AT PAR. Dank of North America P.ntik of the Northern I.iliertie Commercial Dank of Perm'. . Farmers' and Mechanics' Bnllk par par par par par par par pur par pat par par par par par par par Kensington B.ink rt.iU.l..l..l,;. n,...L Schuylkill Dank S.,iithvark Dank . . , V intern Hunk , . Mechanics' Dank , . fount 1 linnlm. Rank i.f Chester County estrhcstcr Dank of Delaware County Chester II ink of (icrmaritown (Jcrmanlown Rank nf Montgomery Co. Noiris'own tVtylratown Dunk Dovlestown Eas'on Dank Ei.ston Fanners' Dnnk nf Bucks co Drblol I rWv of Bnnk of Pciiii'a. Office do do Cilice do do Office do do NOTES AT Dank nf ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 October 1842

.('. t Ins i ji . .jiii ii i . i,n 1 1 ij ? , ii Tl.lt! S OF THE " AMERICAN." HENRY B. MA88ER,? Vv rukhkm inn JOSEPH EISELY. $ PKornirroRs. It. B. JtljiSSEH, Editor torrid is maitiT ithkit, atia titltn.) THE AMERICAN" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearage are paid. No subscription received for a less period than ai mouths. All communications or lettera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. STOBUKY AMERICAN. . : . AND SIIAMOKIN' JOURNAL rniciw of AnvnitTisrvca. I square 1 Insertion, . . fO 60 1 do S do . . ' . . 0 75 1 do 8 dj . . 1 00 Ery subsequent mserltcn, 0 SS Yearly Adfertisemenls: one column, $15 ; half Column, f 18, three squares, f IJ; two squares, f 9 ; one square, $ Half-yearly t on a column, f 18 ; haff Column, f 13 threa square, f8 ; two auarei, foj one square, $3 60. Advertisements left without directions as to lbs lencth of time they ara to...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 October 1842

From the Philadelphia Gazelle. On the occasion of the recent military cele bration of the surrender of York Town (Octo ber 19.) held at Washington, the editors of the National InM'.ijrencer received the following communication from Mr. G. V. Custis. Any record respecting a aword that wm more nobly used and more magnanimously laid aside, than any weapon ever worn by ancient or modern warrior, is of interest. The literal statement tliut "this relic of the revolution has never teen heard of since the peace of 1793," seems ol most intended to convey an important figura tive meaning in the history of Washington and Ins country. The nattltRw nrtl. From thet'usi "Rec llection and private Mem oir of th Life and Char .clrr of Washington Wasiiinuton's sword of service was a plain preeti-fiil'cd hanger. (See an accurate repre sentation of the same in the original picture by C. W. Peale, now in the hall of the National Institute.) It is matter of regret that this venerable and interesting relic...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 October 1842

-.'U'iLII. At mong the important enunset of mineral Veatth of our Bttte, next to Cotl Is that of iron. It enters. Into to Itiariy of OUr necessities tml ad . minister lo to mariy of our luxuriet that it is needle to tiate any of the particular! of it use ftttneei t my object It to thew tn t Itew wordt the treat thare it hat had in elevating England to her present degree fif wevxhh and power, and to thew that our Mat pntfMCt reourm hi that mineral tar tuper'mtto her. Neatly all the iron manufactured in Ureal Britain produced from the "rock ore" (carbonate of iron) Wvhich eeompanlrt the coal seams in Snxrth VValra, Staffordshire, th vicinity ofGlasgnw, eVc, the whole amount of 'raw pig iron being about t, 00,000 tons and the capital employed in it, eeveral yeara since Wat estimated at 7,000,000 sAerNng. BaVewdl in hie Geology any t t may I per wit ted to remark, that, however ancient the forma tion of coal and Won may have been, the frequent "recurrence f these mineral together, both ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 October 1842

II A X K NO TI3 I, I ST. lU.XXSYaVAXIA. The following Ii"' shows the rurr.nl value cf nil Pennsylvania llsnk Notts. The most implicit re liance mtty he placed upon it, as il i erery iiiek can folly compared with ai d corrected liom link hell's Reporter. Hanks In I'lilIatN lhla. Nam. Location NOTES AT PAR. Bank nf North Amenta . , Parik of the Northern Lihprtips Commercial Rank of I'mira. . . IVmris' and Mprlianira' Bank . Knington ltmik Philadelphia Hunk . Schuv Ikill Hank . Southwark Hunk . . Western Bank . Mechanics' Dank . . Count i'- ItnnliN. rtank of Chpstrr (bounty Wpslcheslpr I'm k of Drlawarr County Chester It.wk nf (Icrmanlown (irtmantown Hnk nf Montgomery Co. Morris-own Dovlcstown Dank Do Iratnwn Eas on Bank Fusion Farmers' Hank of Bucks ro. Bristol (Hl'icn of Dunk of lYnn'a. Harrishnrg"' par pur psi par pur pur par pur par ai par par par par pur pur pur Harrisbiirg" These Oflice ilo do Lai-cster nflicrs (Mlirc do do Reading f do not Cilice do do Easton J issue n. NOTES A ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 November 1842

- TKRN9 or Tim AMERICAN." HENRY B. MASS EH,? Pcblisskb as JOSEPH EtSELY. f Pmwhwm. UNBUKY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. rntcifr or MvKftttaiKta 1 tq uars Insertion, ff) flrt 1 do 4 dd k . 0 7A 1 do 3 dj 1 or) RTeVy ubiileTitmislinh, 0 is Yearly A'iVerUcemenls t ohe evsmnrti. IIS l half ortrca t mbit itmtr, tttt. THE" AMERICAN' is published attty Satur day at TWO IfOl.l.ARS per annum to lie tiJ haTfye.rVly "in advance. PUf apet drecoTttfn jed till ut arrearages ftre paid. No subscription received for lesa period thiin mx mouths. All communications or letter on lousiness Mating to the office, U innYlYe attontion, 'ium be TOST PAID. column,! H, three aqnaret, $15 twofrpiare, f9 one quare, $.1. Half-yearly 1 vrt column, 1 8 half column, fit! thre squares, H two square, f 5j nrre trfnaVe, f ib. Advertisements left without directions at to th lenath of time they ars to be published, will ba continued tmtrl ordered and thstgvd: rcor. inftry. Absolute Scuresrenca In the decision of the ma...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 November 1842

Fmm the V. 1'. Commercial Advertiser. Onr Ner World ltuli.a. The explorations of our countryman Mr. Stephens among tlia relics of vanished races that once eWurmed in Central America and Mexico. have excited great curiosiry on this rubjeci, botli in Edtrope and America. We lit v.? hr-ard of several projected expeditions, eitlier in progress or at loast lulked of by Cny lislt tra Vi-llerji ; and we see it stated in Bume of the French papers that a infant of that n.iliuii i. preparing to set out on on extensive journey through the heart of South America, from the Alliiitic to the Pacific, at the expense and un der tho patronage of tho Due do Nemours, w ho in this fulfills a plan devised and commenced by hid unfortunate brother, the late Duke of Orleans. The expectation of finding ruins . uud other .traces of the ancient population is spoken ofas a leading inducement to the ex ecution -of this project. In connexion with this subject we may pay, we believe, without violating any confiden...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 November 1842

From f r K S. Gazelle, Camden and Philadelphia Races, j Fooiith Ana tT iut FntnT mnDiri T)irio Pume $80004 mile hmtsbest in three The courne was crowded with visitors to wi'ness the race between the above named celebrated racing nags. About li alT-part one o'clock (he two horses were brought from the stables, and apparency in first rule condition, although it wa whispered ihnt Fashion was not exactly in good fix, still the made Rood ithow, and appeared to foe! her position as the fleetest nan in the country mosl beautiful ani mal of a lively sortel, and every point apparently perfect. Her competitor, Blue Dick, i an iron gray, an eiceedingly wi ll mvle n ig not an much symmetry aa Fash inn, hut finely marked, and of more muscular frame throughout. At two o'clock hy were stripped, mounted, and ready for their work 5 they came, to theatand with out parade, and at the tnp of the drum started ofl most gallantly. Blue Dirk soon took the lead, with Fashion trailing along like a fox, about...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 November 1842

II A Mi XOTK LIST. PI.XXSYIAAXIA. Ttf following list show the current a1oe of all Pennsylvania Itnnk Note. Tle mo4 implicit re liance way he f'larrd on h, a it in wry wt ran fully compared with ixl corrccsptl from Biik- lull' Reporter. lluitl.s In riiIIatoniIn. , Due. 1 Nav,. LoCATm. 'n t lah NOTES AT PAH. Park of North Amenm . . par TuiiV of the Northern l.ilicrtip . . par t'irnnirrp1 niV oflVrmV . . pur Fain tin nml Mechanics Bank . - , "par Kensington f Itinlc . . pur 'I liilai!iJ his Uritik . . t fmr t-huv Ik ill Bank . . . Jmr Poinhwaek Bank ... par Woicm Hunk ... par Moduli i ion' Bank . . (Mil Country irniikN. Rnii of Ciiesta-r (Nuiiity t a stcbcstcr fnr Hunk of lVlawarr County Chester par Bank of (iermatitnwii (lermaniown ht flati'lt of Montgomery Co. Notristown f nr Doylestown Badt Doyleslovm pur E.is'on Bank Easton par Partners' Bank of Burks co. Bristol par Oflice ofBimk of Pcnti'a. JInrri-1ijtg" These 'Iflice do do Lancaster I oflk-cs Otrire tin do Reading ftlo mit Off-c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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