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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 September 1850

r ITT iro JLU1 1 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. (X .IFamUy iUtospapcr-Dcliotcti to jjolUfcs, Ztftcrrtturc, ilioralfts, iforcfort an Domestic lirtus, Srfcucc an the arts, giarfculturr, Harlut$, amusements, fcc. f! A IV VI 1 V 1 , NO. 21. jami fill r -TKRThV OF TIIK AM KMC AX. m,rMC-.picit"7'" iil.lreB. ion" n o" Five .lollnri. In ...lvoiice w Py "'r three year'ssuhscrip tlon to ll" Amtricun. Vino Sminie of l" ,i,,r"' 3 Kvfiv uli-;'"-t iiiwrlioii, tine square, a Hvnillis, Six ni'inlli", ,'im'i-i.n! ..f Five lii.c". per minimi, ;; 1, rrivil-ff "I .Mi.rrling.lil- I ' '. ...1. . tiu.Mill,nlll Wl'rWlV. 91 o 2.5 Ml!) 3.1(1 1UWJ Iff- Lrg" A.lvi-rlwni.Mrt,'a n.r ngrcomcnt. ATTOUNBY AT 1 A W , .. . ........ ,. i,. tin I'minlU'H of Nor- i iii 1 1. n I lw..lnn,1. l'i:ioll. I.vi'Oi'.uli: unJ C'o'umliiu. llelVr tot P. tc A. IfOVUfllT. 1 J..1WH & liAHHOS, I i0'H!' & (' ' llKtM1.1., Mcl'AULAf.&Cl.. " HOOT, HJAGVKttKEAN. ARTIST, N...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 September 1850

llsarlem having now the prooi o. riirhfs celebrated, in the summer of ISMJ the fourth jubilee of Roster's invention. U , . j. aii tk members of the was B solemn on, n Society, and thousands of citizens and stran- -m first to the Cathedral, where a discourse was delivered by one of the most elequent professor of Leyden University i after that the Society, with Kenninjz in their midst, marched in procession thronch the jureets, towards the same spot where Laurens Koster, four hundred years ago, had cut me first letter. At the arrival of the tmin, a Wge linen cover was taken down, and a sim ple, but solid and well executed monument to the honor of Laurens Janszoon Koster, as the inventor of the art of bonk printing, pre. snnted itself to the eyes of thousands and thousand, shouting for Koster, for Haarlemi and for Koninjj. As soon as the dissertation of Koninir was published i! was translated into French, for ,nke of foreicn countries. The city of Hanr tern has in possesion many of the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 September 1850

- . f SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION, DURSUANT to an ot of the Genera As terribly of the Commonwealth of Pennnyl- Tama, entitled -mi ions of this Commonwealth," approved the eoondday of July, Anno Domino, one thou sand eipht hundred and thirty-nine, I, JAM ES COVERT, High Sheriff of the county of Nor thumberland, Pennsylvania, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that a general election will be held in said comity of Northumberland, on the SECOND TUESDAY Sth of OCTO BER, 1830, at which time, State and Conn ty Officers, as follows, are to be elected : One person as Canal Commissioner of the Commonwealth. One person as Auditor General ot itiisuiin TiAri won ll h On rur.iin no Surveyor General of this t4 mmnnwpnltff. One perron to fill the office of member of v-oiurress lrm ine nisinci uihuiibcu ui mo tJounlirs of Nortrmmtierland, union, L,ycnm. inn, Clinton & Sullivan, being the 13lh dis 1 ri.f . One pe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 September 1850

7 j . "a' . ,- -f '.. .. '- -r - -: i r'fc SUfoetUiWroi' Somewhere bwjje-WNt,he frrespon(1enc-;neu """"v ( ,; . labh. thatoominff boirpaWxicated wan A unusualihing'; His wiW ffrgeu turn in vain r.. signTh pledge. Why ytu see" he would any, "I'll ipti it after a while, but 1 don't like i break right off at once; it nint wholesome. The best way always is to get used to a thing , iWrcrit tti know." "Very well, old man," his fielpmate would rejoin, "see now t' you dou't fall intd a hole somo of these days, tvlton 'ou can't take caro of yourself, and no wte near you to help you out." Sure enough, a if to verify tha prophecy, a couple of days after, he tumbled itilo tho well. Here the old toper, aftet a deal of useless scrambling, ' olionted for "the light of his eyes" to come mid help him out. "Diil'nt I toll you so V Mid the good soul, showing her cap frill over ilin edge of tho parapet; you've got into a hole at last, nmt it's only lucky I'm in hearing, nr you might have drowned, yon o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 September 1850

' teVisL - - - ' - : H..B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 JFamflQ ilcluspacr-DrDottft to JloKtfcs, literature, SUoraltttj, jforrfflu ana Domestic iletos, Stfcnce ana the arts, flfltfculturr, iHattrttS, Amusements, tct. i NEW SEMES VOL. 8, NO. 23. SUNBUltY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBER II. 1850. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. .11. TERMS OP TI1K AMKB'C THE AMERICAN is l'W'.?7lS.'Sj'i' Olfiee, to insure attention, mut be POS AID. TO CIXB9. Yhtweopiettoon ToSS Fdollar. in advanc. will py for thr. yfsr's tub.cr.p lion to the American. T Sinuate of 18 lines, S tinws, st,veiy u"'i" "One Square, 3 month., "Six la.nith., iBnTiilS'tDrt. of Five Hues, rr annnm, Merchant. other, aitverti.in by th rear, with the privilege of mwrtiiig dil- ferent lveiti.cmem. weekly. ,jy iatgci Advertisements, a. per agreement. 9.MI 37S 5"0 300 1000 ATTORNEY AT LAW, eoxffBTTnv, rA. Business attended to in the Cot.ntie, of Nor Cumberland, Union, Lycomi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 September 1850

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKINToWNAL. From thaPottstwn Montomerr) l-edg-, TREMENDOUS ERESHKT. i Terrible tin ( tlfe, Bf Idfes ,h'f Pr,'HT Monday the 2d inst., be tucked in the loci history of "Schuylkill Valley,' eawie memorable for the greatest freshet that has -er occurred in the rier Schuylkill. The tain fell in this vicinity during Sunday night, and brought on the most rapid rise of water rver witnessed.- No one at first anticipated the terrible freshet,., but the continued rise Hi.d unexampled quantity of lumber, broken limber, hay stacks, household furniture, mill fearing, barrels, boats, great and sma'l, gave . vkience of a great flood in the river and its Hibutary atieams above us. At one o'clock it began to be evident that the bridge across ilia river at this place would, be swept from its piers.- At this time the water reached the weather boarding : and the huge timbers on the surface commenced their battering assault upon its frame work. At quarter before two o'clock, a m...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 September 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. SHERIFFS SALE. y tirtu of a certain writ of Ur. Fvcias snd Km. Err0""'! me directed, 0''' vi.ki: vanillin or m.tcrv. on Monday. September 80. iftiui. at ten o'clock. A. M. at the house of Vta. Weaver, in Shamokintown, the following described property, via I Jill these seventeen Lots of Land, aituate in the town of Shamokin, Coal township in Northumberland county, and numbered in tlie fteneral plan of aaid town, a follows, to wit Not. 173. 174, 176. 176. 177. 178 179, 80. 181, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 105, 198 and 197. , ALSO l The undivided half part of 65 town Lot. aituate in the aame town and numbered, H. iar,13' 85. 86, 00, 91, 93, 93,94. 95, 36. 100, 101, 114. 115 116, 117, 118, 110, 120. 124, 1, 120, 146. 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153. 154, 135, 150 157, 158, 150, 105, 166, 107, 168, 160, 170, 171, 172, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, and, 189 ALSO I The undivided half part of three squarca of Land, aituate in aaid town Iwtwccn Comm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 September 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. jHCocrlUihtotttf swatter. IMAGINARY EVIM. BT CHARtB SWAIN. Let to-morrow take) care of to-morrow; Leave things of the future to fate , What't the use to anticipate . Life's troubles come never loo late t II to hope over much be an error, . Tis one that the wise have preferred ; And how often have hearts been in terror Of evils that never oocuired . Have faith--and thy faith shall sustain thee Permit not suspicion and care ' With invisible bonds to enchain thee, But bear what God gives thee to bear. Tt.. u:. .nin't minnorted and eladdened, " Be ne'er by "torebodifiKs" deterred : But think of how hearts have been saddened By fear of what never occurred I Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow; . Short and dark as our life may appear, We mv make it still darker by sorrow Still shorter by folly and fear I Half our troubles are half our invention ; And often from blessings conferred Have we shrunk iti the wile apprehension Of evils that never occurred...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 September 1850

t t ... f , ' &J s& "... .' ,'l i A ,t , ,'. .. I t u; J V ' 5? l5 iW .. flTC . ! : 1 . . . i H. b. masser; editor and proprietor. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. . IR 1 ? R Y At iiyii I i-ii- ii ,. ii n i i i i , i i i ii if i 1 JL-K , j . , ... ..... !, . . lil,. I . ; 1 I . ... " ' ; " ' I .. . I i 111 Y i! , . . NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 20., TERMS OF THE AMERICAN.? THE AMERICAN i pnlillnhcd every Saturdny ot TW O tlOl.LAHS pet nmmm to be paid hnlf yearly in (1vbiic, No paper discontinued imtil nrrenraue. rn puid. All commnnicntioii. or lottera on Immiwm relotinf to the mae, to unura attention, miwt he J"u 1 r aw. TO CIXB9. ; Three eopiee to .one addresn, MJ2 even V Jl. . Do . t0 Do Do anno Five doltare in advene, will poy for three year'itulMcrip. ion to tlit American. . Xm goume of IS linen, 9 timet, Every ulmequent ineerlion, One Pqunre, 3 montht, . . . Stx month., , , On Tr, ! Ba.in'cw Orde of Five linc per ennum, Wercheirte end otliere, odverti.ini by ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 September 1850

J.St JTo reign JCctos. A --1 ARRIVAL OFjTHE STEAMSHIP f ONE W LATCH FROM KUIIOPE.V Extraortl.arT r....f DmII... In C.1U-D. .'.....M-wniB la IMaa Can. . ; f li i i HtWi Se'.r16.r The Meamship Canada, Captain Harrison, -arrived at this port at half past five o'clock this morninjf, having sailed from Liverpool on v Saturday, the 7ih Inst. She has thus made ? the trip in eight itaya and ' seventeen hbors from port to port. She leave here this morn "trig for fioston, where she will arrive to-morrow forenoon tlais accomplishing the voy '" age from Liverpool to Boston in the unequal) : - ed time o( nine days and about twenty hours. - Her mails will reach Philadelphia on Wed- ! nesday. 1 --' The American Mail Steamer Pacific reach ed Liverpool from NeW York on Wednesday, the 4th inst., at 11 o'clock, A. M , making the voyage in less than eleven days.' -': . CORN MARKET. The harvests in England have all been so- cured in good order.'' No change has occur- ,,. red in Wheat and. Flour. Full pr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 September 1850

SUNBUHY AMEKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUllNAL. 1 1 ' ' ' ' i O tnr the Ameircan.l FRIENDSHIP. 'There blooms by Ganges' sacred stream An horrible little flower, Where falls the ray of morn's first beam O'er gorgeous planet and spicy bower, Its blossom breathes no sweet perfume Till crushed in its lowly bed, When richest odors from its tomb On the passing air fere spread. , . Thns truth of friends, in sunny hours I Too modestly concealed, ' Like fragrance in these simple flowers, 1 Its depth and strength ate but revealed, When stern misfortune's iron hand Has crushed ns to the dust ; Then shines its light divinely grand And claims our holiest tiust. H.C. "Sunbury, Sept. 1850. 2UI Sorts of 3tcms. the hint Sir till' time Important Decision. We see it stated 'that the Supreme Court of this State has deci 'tied that an administrator to an estate, who fails in suit instituted by himself, is person ally liable for the costs. This is a decision "which it is important should be generally ' 'known. H...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 September 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. RESOLUTION. Relative to an Amendment of the Consu - tution. ' ' ttvc. r TH fnowi;Tit r ' JJ , this liimnwi. Askhn.t mtr, l.a Uw J V-ti'm or Hi. AI t, W "'T.ert "ii of Hi. vealth b. amended "' imteU irf . ih.l 11 .hull read n follow.! i f "EL. I. trlllinnllWI filth .rtlrle, lb. ftipranio Oairt of tJ-ym-O-J.- ,Yr,Tb . and ol such other Comiu ' .HfT .1" mialifiwl elector, of NLhedby bv,.h.ll be elected bJ J,, L w h. th. tnmnriwdlh In Hie f?3(,wm ..dye. 0. th. "S?e71- of th. lhefcmimonwe1th al fcrge rf ,,. Courl. e.var.1 Con. of Com Xhrd by tew, and nil 1 th eniinlicJ re J , , ' , . .. venr. tm "ell. -), , Rrst election ;) Th.I'ntW Judge, of cj vcruICo ,ru iif Common Pleas, and of such other courts of ltecord M it. or rtwM be ert.bli.hed by law, and all other .Indites re ."red M " learned in the taw. -hull hold their olli.a. f.,f the term of ten Years, il thev olitill so Ion behave them selves well t The Aumcinic JudRes of the Court of Con inon Pie...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 September 1850

lili , t i . . . I A If TO! iH A 1 v 1 1 NO 0! H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROHUETOR. 32"- OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE tOST OFFICE. jTamUs iUtospapcr-Dctootta to ftoUtfcs afttraturr, fHoralftrv Jffcrtlim on Dtifotsiifc Sims, Scfentt an the arts, 9crtcuUurrt Harlrtts, Amusements, e. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 9T. SUNBUItY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8g, 1 650 OLD SERIES VOL. I 1. NO. 1, HJ 1 N jLP UJ ill 1 XL, 1Y.H. JJLLJ JLlb JL V i AL TERMS OF TUB AMERICA. , THE AMERICAN is paMlsher! eret fclroajr st TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance, No paper discontinued until Alt sfrmraiea sre pitlil. AU oomrauniCationa or letters on business relatinj to the bmcs, to iniure attention, must be rust ruu. TO CLUB3, Three eoples to one address, ' !f , fceven , D Do - ' ' 100" Vif,J; 'no Do .40 00 Five dollars In advenes will pay for thrse year's subscrip tion to the American. tine SouSis of It tinea, 3 times, r'.very auliseqiieiit Insertion, One Minors-, 3...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 September 1850

THE TRIE STORY OF HVfVttAtJ'S FLOG GIRO. 'The London Daily New of the 10th inst. !has Ihe following correuteU account of the 'drubbing Riven 'to (he 'biitdher flaynsu. .It 'contains some particulars net'heretofore made .public: , I The Marshal, it seems, was accompanied by his nephew and an interpreter, and Ihey presented themselves about 124 o'clock, on Wednesday, at the brewery. The interpre 'ter'having handed in a letter of introduction 'from Baron Rothschild to the r.hief clk, the tparty were at once shown into the chief of fioe, where it is customary for visiters to write their names in the visiters' book. The .Marshal bavin; written "Haynau" in rather a bold style, he was consigned to one of the servants to conduct 'him over the 'brewery. 'The moment he quitted a commotion was visible in the office, and ere many minutes had elapsed several of fhe clerks anil collec 'tors were seen to leave the brewery lastily, and in a short space of time ihe'carters, dray, men, and others fro...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 September 1850

iL J I MS SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. i TUIRTr.FtnsT CONG es-lt Imln. .. -Washington, Sept. 33. 1850. " HoySE. Tha House went into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, and returned the' consideration of the Navy Ap propriation Bill. , , The amendment to Abolish flogging in the nary, except in cases where courts martial - ate held, and the sentence is not carried into fleet until twenty-four hours after judgment, "and abolishing the spirit ration, and giving a remuneration of five, cents per day, was fur ther amended by addling, "that wine and 'ardent spirits shall not be Used by officers on VKIpboard while in actual service, except as medicine, to be administered under the di reption of the ship's surgeon." Mr. Thompson, of Miss., offered a substi tute for .the above, which was adopted, 89 to 3'l, "that flogging shall be hereafter abolished Hn the naval service " Mr. Stanton, of Tenn., offered an amend 'rnent authorizing the Secretary of the Navy So enter int...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 September 1850

SUNBUHY AMEMCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. RESOLUTION Selatiretoan Amendment of the Conti V . . tution. , , J KtAOLVID IT tnl KATE ABB HoTISS OF ,,r",,'T ' "Tvva or TH1 Coioiiwaltii o ""A.hi. ... UnniUmmi mr, That Co.ititutl"n im. . Commonwealth Ik (mended In the eoond v Bflh article, so that it .hall rani follow!: Th J th Supreme Court, of theeveilCourtof Comm"ni i , and ol men other UuuruiH Bmra .:;---- rf i . - -Uithed by taw, thai) be elreted by th u""eJr7Vh beau"ful th. CoanK.nwn.lth In the manner Mlowinj. w j' Al a hendmm 1 wunse of tn "mpreme wn, "! ?Y , rf ika . th. '..rnrm.nwe.lth at large. h. Prel h ever.1 Courta of Comm.m Plena an I of men TtJ of Recrd aa are or ahall he eataWiahed by . otnJnoKeait"kelnlintha,bytk.n. "Bed elector of th repee.tiv diatfiota oyer Mej are to nreaid or act aa Ju.li . AW th of Ik Court of Common Pleas byh qnahf,edeleMr of Ik ouontie respectively. The Judge of In rnipreaw r- n...ir nSna for the tewn of fifteen yew, ' (ftliey ahall so ,a, txW themselv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 October 1850

'.; ...wjn m. .;L iiin,, , .:. .... H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPHIETOR. ; OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. '".SI Tamils iiciuspapcv-Bcwea to DoUUcs, afttriUurr, ittoratftjf, jForcfait ana Oomuttt iUtos, Stfrncc antt the arts, 'gCarfcuUttr.r, iK8rliet8rmttsmnttSt..c1(' NKW SERIES VOL:. 3, NO. 98. ?! SUNBUIIY, NOKTHUAlBnlANPLCOUNTY, PA.. SATtHOAY, OCTOBER 5. 1850. OLD SERIES VOL. 'lit NO. 3, Tunsis OF T1IK ami:hica. ; THK AMERICAN is paMiihed every Sntnrda TWO tOt.I.AH9 per snnum to be paid half yearly in advance, No par' discontinued until all arrearages sr. paid. All e immmiictioin ot letter, on hummes feinting to In. office, to lustre attention, imit be POST 1'AID. . ,.. , TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, ' W Seven , D Do 1000 Fifteen Do Do SnoO Five d dlare in advance wrll pay fur three year's sulwcrlp1 Won to the American. .1 One rVm.ie of Id linn, S time, fevetv mlaeqneut iiMertion, tine fcqnare, 9 month, Sis mimthi, . . - , . , " Tne wear, - ,' ' , ' J li...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 October 1850

UJasljmgtoit Nct0. . tCorrMtxtno of tha Pall. Lwfetr ) MOM vTABHUWTOr. - Congress DU CcmJtriacVtoM end Rejections Tht Foot and Fremont Difficulty 'Ad' jusUd, let. ' . Washington, Sept. 29. Both House tat till very lata tbit morning,' passing all th Appropriation billa. Poor Ritchie thrown overboard." The Senate! for awhile insisted on Soule'a amendment, giving'him coat and ten per eent. for the pub lic; . printing, but the House refused. .The House equally objected to the construction of mileage. After awhile a compromise was made between the two Houses by the Senate yielding up Father Richie and the House as senting to the mileage. : The Senate probably thought It better that one man should suffer, than that sixty should be out of pocket. .The most unjust, cruel and persecuting malice was displayed towards the veteran of the press. Flogging in the Navy, except by court martial, was also abolished, t wonder whether some of our old salts do not feel as much degraded by losing the pri...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 October 1850

eJNa, SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Svmbuht, Oclt. S 1850. Whole amount of coal brought over the Danville and Pottsville Railroad, to Sunbury, frora the Shamokin mine. , ' .Ton. ' . tfnr tha week endinir. 818 Per last report, ' ' Total, (El)c ittarkcts.. Philadelphia Market Oct. a, 1850. Floi'. Flour is quiet at 84 87 a 5 00 Extra Flour at $5 75 a 6 75. Jlye flour. Penna. is selling at $3 00. Corn Meal ii worth 3 00 per brl. .... . Wheat. There is a limited demand; small sales of new red Penna. at SI 03 ; and good at white 91 10. ' Rte. South. Rye is held at 65o per bush. Oats. Oats are still very scarce; sales of prime Penna. from store at 43 cts ; South ern are worth 374 a 38o. Whiskey. Sales of Whiskey in bbls at 271 and hhds at 27o cents. Baltimore Market Sept. 30, 1850. Wheat. Small sales of nood to prime reds reie made to-day nt 100 cts., and Penn. white at 105 cts. Corn. White at 59 a 60 cents, and of yel low at 61 cents. , Oats. Prices ranee from 28 to 35 cents. Whi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 October 1850

east . RESOLUTION ... , Relative to an Amendment of the Court" , ; ( . .! . tution. t I. ' - ' RnoLmi bt thb STt Hoot "t B,n"""TJL IVM Of TDK CnX.WNWKAI.Tlt ' ''"'fVi. Gkainui. Amemi.lt mst, That the Conirtiimir. r t hia Vonimonwclih I amended m the .HT" ?.w. .rf fifth article, . that it ahnU read follows: it J fS,'" the Supreme Court, of the several Courls.ifOornini.nlleais lid of mch other darts or Record in "'"'' blishednr law, shall Of ! y q"ll8,!d .r, the Commonwealth in the manner followinpj, t' wrt : 1 lie imtfre of the Supreme Court, by the mislifit-d eli-etors nr . theComirlonweslth M laree. The Preslden Ju. pee of the several Courn of Commoe Plwul mi" of aneli other Courts of Kernrdaa are or shall ba established Uy law, Mid nil other Mar required to be Irarlied in the lnw bvtneqniirt Sed electors of the teahectiVa disttkte over- which titer are to breaiile or act Judges, v And the, Aaarwinta -Imla-os 'nf tha Courts of Common Tien" the qualified elermra fot'theeoiiiillesfts...

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