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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 October 1850

I m'tm A TUT ;"P IT iH' 4 IV : H. B. MASSER, EDITOR !AND; PROPRIETOR.; OFFICE; MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft NEW SERIES VOL. 0, NO. 20. TEWttS OS THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN in puWiihrd every Satnrdny at TWO bOl.l.AKS nerniinum to tie paid half yearly in ndvanee, t. 1 II .. rfntMml are ntllfl. Nn MMT nmTiiimiioii mini am p -,. , A immanicntlniis or Intern on lmmw r .iting " office, to insure attention, mdt I POSi FAIL). ... ; 'Thre coniae to one address.' i . teven V ft" s.-.nn loo" aooo F FtoMkn In adyane. Will pay f Are y.nr:..aliV tion lo the America. On Kouei of 1 lines, '", fceery eulieeqoent ineeHwn, Una Souare, month. ti nvmtht, ' 1 , ; , BoVee'cTns of Five line Pr """". MeVrhent . inn d"', adverl,.n by the Jenr? with the privilege ofiiiacrting dif- I'M . 4J so 474 soo 300 I I llooo OT li get Adverti.ein.nu, per agreement. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' . StJSTBTTRTT, P A. Business attended to In 'the Count!-. of Nor- thuin barland, Union, Lycoming anu liefer to, , , P. &...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 October 1850

ill.1 LU SUINBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. 1 -; , TEE'A1EIIXC!.A1T SUN BURY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER la, 1M0. To Advertiukm. The circnliitiou of , the Bmibury Amerlran among tn' illflcreht towns oh' Ihe' Itiiftqnelifliina ii not txctwtad S"ee,Btlcdyny paper publuhetti North ern Poniiyini,) j 1 ,.-v'i. i j. I .:'. ! EDITOR'S TABLE. Bminni Notion. Our readers will find the card of Mr William .Rockefeller in our advertising colnnis. Mr Rock efeller has opened I law office in Minersvillo, Pa. and judging from his business habits and good conduct while here, we have no doubt of hia sue ceaa in his new location. Conn's Ladt's Book. -The Novemhcrnum boris already on our table. It is' a gem in the perodical lino that cannot readily be excelled. The Illustrations,' "The Rvnninit a bcauti. ful engraving. The "Lord's Prayer" is some thing new and well calculated to please- It is to be followed by "The Creed" in tho next number. The "Vase of Flowers" is nnother handsome illustration. ' The Lady...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 October 1850

SUJM5U11X AJMJlilUUAJX AflU ojlAMUKlii JUUKimL. attforma 2Ccts.' ARRIVAL OF THE CHEROKEE. ,t i Ye,..l,Ui, ,. ' TWO Wfitth lAtEft tWOM CALIFORNIA . f, I Ufa,., II I l , The' rt.msVi Cherokee from Chsirres, 25th'Sfprib'. frid at Nsw York on Saturday, with iipWsrds of, a million dollars in gold dust, and intelligence from ban f ran cisc.6 to the 1st of September. ( ( ' The..SaorameiitO difficulties hare been set tlssjfoy the -dispersion of the Squatters The report brought by the Inst' steamer bf the burning of Sacramento pioes to be uniounn m,i In thn different melees between the vitizens and Holers, there seems to have been tilled on the part of the former, Sheriff Mc iKinney and Mr. Woodland ; wounded, Mayor Uigelow and Capt.Redlbrd ; of the Squatters. Oeo. W. Hetishawr and Madison Kelly were killed. , Allen, the keeper of the house from which the first shot was fired, fled, after be ing llangerously wounded. He was pursued ud captured. His wife had been danger ously ill for unme tim...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 October 1850

Jeh.nY I-i.sn'g Herdsman's SeNO.-'-Amnng tho,'6tig eung by Jenny Lind is the colobra ed 'Herd8man' Song," which alie sings in 8wedis) !hnd,' wiich j,Bdinimbly fiJ bring bufthS tapadiliei i of hot voice. After five utterances of ihe call for the herd '.'hnh !" accompanied bjfliie cclio, she breaks inlo a laugh so, hearty, natural and unoxppctetl, that it teems, ifto very sdul'of nislio cheerfulness ) and you'r With the "poor herdsman't boys" nmid sylvan landscapes and the lowing Line. V subjoin an imperfect English translation of (hit song.' ' ' fcome hithor, come hither, my pretty herd : llutih, huah, huah, hiuih, hunh. Come, ox and cow, mid weanling brood, And hasten lo taste n! the morning lootl. For night with her shade oreeps darkening . ; on ; King shrill horn on the mountain round, And follow my cattle the welcome sound, Hunh, hunh, hunh, to grateful abundance . ' my flock speed ye, Long beside where hearth fires burn, My love has waited my return. Soon I clasp the treasure, I...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 October 1850

ii:K!.r.. VJJ1J.U' i.J.-'. 'if IJNBUI H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET; OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jFnmfis ilctospapcr-DrtotcB to Jjolftfcs, afttraturr, iltoratftfl, iForffjm ants Domestic dittos; Stfenc an the arts, aartculture, jHarutts, ftmusemwrts,' tot. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 30. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. II, NO. 4. . JO I ft I AO ij Uili-' n i M m rii ' v.! U-mV . ' .'-;f-'' ' ).. pl... ' . , ; - X .. ; , " . , : Mill Mi i i ' ' . 3ssSr-a Ea)jsesis n 1 Jan '" "iiTtmt" t TERNS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN ii nnhlinhed every Sntiinltiy at TWO . . . n ' : i i r hab.Ii in miVfllirft. VULUUia per annum to ue nam - Mo inner diaoontiimed until All. arrearages are pnm. All comrmmiratioiu or letter ni 'SITS to l" ffice, to insure attention, nrnrt he r r r All). TO CLUU9. peoples tome address, MJj Kirteer. K .SS M Five dollar. In advanca will pay fur tl.re. yaar'i suliaenp ion to Hie American. Ona Satiate...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 October 1850

SUNBURY. SATt'RDAT, OCTOBER HH . I'M M.JBV M.WSER.KllMr ! r.rs-prleUr,, To AdvhtiMi. Tbt dirnhtiw of the Pnnlmry AnxrlcM tmoiin th different town on Un BusqueliaiuMi ) exceeded If Munlted lr MV l"Pr raUithed iu North JPITOn'S, TABLE. t. i , Business Nation. . Aataca's Hext Gisiittr, the 7tli number of which i on our table, if full of rich and interest ing matter.-; The well known reputation of its editor i a sufficient guarantee tliat anything he undertakes will be well done. It ia published weekly by T. 8. Arthur Co., No. 8, Athenian Buildings, Philadelphia, at $8,00 per annum. K7" "The Autumn Wind," a poem by A. H. M., is in type, and will appear in our next. .Kr"Tbe alarm of fire on Monday night Was caused by the burning of a bundle of etraw placed in the top of a tree, just below the rail road. It was placed there by some tniscreant whose conduct deserves severe tMinishriRHt. ! KF In the hurry of adding up the offi cial returns of this county last week, we med in the total vote ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 October 1850

;i j;ommumcation3. Translated for the American. love souo. From tub Spanish. See the guy Zephyr wantons o'or thy bowers, Kissing with fondness the half open flowers; Soft moonlight lies upon the river's breast, The Bolbul ships his favorile rose to rest, The oak smiles in the ivy's close embrace, The fragrant pines their branches interlace, The sky her robe upon the mountain drops And rests in silence on their tupped lops ; Then come to me, apain, my bosom's liaht, Life of my soul, my heaven of sweet delight. Pillow mv head apain upon thy breast, Near to thy throbbinp heart, oh ! lot me rest, Clasp me more closely in thy milky arms While mine as close embrace thy witching charms, Tnrn to my paze thine eyes' eiichanlinp plow. From thy sweet tongue let tender whispers To mine with fervor press thy dewy lip Whose nectar pods in ecstacy mipht sip, Yield to me every bliss that lovo can pivo, Save me from worse than death and bid me live. For the "Ainerirtni." O0IXO HOME ! Going Home! We ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 October 1850

SUNBUIIY AMERICAN AND SMAM0K1N JOURNAL. iWtoccUatuoua awattcr. DISCONTENT. ITU, b. CRIPPl. Too long, too long are th weary h"r In passing when sorrow oppress; Tod goon, too soon rIMo the welcome hour. Away when awcet pleasure! caress. Too long,, too long are the moments that move Slowlr by when our friends are awny ; Too toon, too soon, when with those we . love, Glide the moments in seeming dismay. Too long, too lone the winter sky O'er-cast witn a missy gnnim , Too soon, too soon does the summer flit Sadly faded it heart cheering bloom. Too lonjr, too lon are the years that roll, As thro' life we so wearily plod ', Too soon, ah! too soon do we reach the goal Which leads to the presence of Got. Mrs. Partington on being tn a hurry. "I never knowed anything gained by being too much in a hurry," said the old lady ; "when me and my dear Paul was married, hd was in such a tri nidation that he came near marrying one of the bridesmaids in stead, of me by mistake' lie was sucn a nneer man ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 October 1850

f t-.'i N BURY I AMERICAN. ir. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. gl jFamUg iictospaptr-Dcbotrt to UoKtfcs, aftcraturc, .fHoraltti?. jFovcfflit ana Damcstfc iirtus, &cfcrtce ani the arts, aorteulturr, JHarfccts, Slmusenunts, c. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 31. SUNDURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER G, 1850. OLD SERIES VOL. 1 1, NO. tf. TEBMS OF 'IHE AMERUAY. THE AMERICAN li puliliihcd every Saturday at TWO TtOLLAKS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance, Ho paper discontinued until all arrraragci are poiu. All o immunicatioiu or leltera on Ihihiicm relating to the -cttce, to inaure attention, must be rum i aiu. ' TO CLUUS. Tl . . ....... .A.W.mm 6.100 .Fifteen DO Do 80 00 Five dollars In advance will pay f' "' year's subscrip' tion to the American. Oii Souaia of 1 lines, 3 times, Every subsequent insertion, tins Square, 3 months, 'Six months, One year, . Business Cards of Five lines, per annum, , Merchants and others...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 October 1850

rif (tun SUNBUItY AMEIUCAN XND SHAMOICIN JOUKNAL. California Kcujs. Tht U. S. Mail Steamer Crescenl City ar rived at Mew Yiik at 3 o'clock on Friday morning, from Chttgres, .'with fourteeii da) later new.. f J ', The C. C brings lhroeJ hundred anJ forty two pasengers, one million of dollars in gold duit, in. the hands of the passenger, and twentyitwrthousand five hundred dollars on freight . . .. The aieamer Philadelphia arrived at Chag res the 7th. -.- No case of cholera have occurred for the last tws week at Chagres. ruoe and Pan ama are healthy , ...... -.. a,-.. , Isthmus roads to Crno.es for the past two weeks have been in the most excellent con dition, and travellers have been enabled to pass over it with the greatest facility. ,Tlio ' Gorgona road is also represented as being in J fine order. , , Among the failures at San Fianeisco are mentioned the house Simmons, Hutchinson & Co., Ileniy Ilowison and Finley Johnson & ' Co , . Up to the 27lh of Annual, about one thou ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 October 1850

SUNBUJIY AMERICAN AJND SHAMUK1JN JUUKJNAL. VOTE OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER AND THE AMENDMENT, FOR 1940. B o to 8 E 3 1 C B a 9 C 8 n o CoUXTltt. 3 n a Cm .3 Arm.tronf 1301 6 , 1038 1878 Allegheny "03 6324 4424 2353 Adams 1561 1963 1038 1878 Butler 2057 1986 3782 84 Beaver 1688 1658 2377 4S2 Bradford 3127 2899 2889 958 Blair 1243 1740 . 891 758 .Bedford 1842 1832 1843 1001 Bucka 4899 4750 5372 2971 gerk, 6981 2917 6160 3555 Cumberland '2672 2288 2033 2540 Clinton 843 668 623 335 -Columbia 1599 838 1369 519 Centre 2049 1209 1637 1038 Crawford 2G68 2094 3586 231 Clarion 1617 998 1293 541 Clearfield 994 524 929 271 Cambria 1462 9040 389 1375 Carbon 702 511 150 687 Chester 1209 2049 3242 4175 Dauphin 1943 2340 1404 2629 Delaware 1311 1013 2159 460 Erie 1708 3176 3908 369 Elk 253 101 303 53 Fayette 3134 2413 2379 1658 Franklin 2871 3380 3221 2285 Fulton 683 655 697 169 Greene 2141 1039 2258 403 Huntingdon 1404 1787 714 1625 Indiana 1240 1825 1745 545 Juniata 1107 882 797 747 J...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 October 1850

SUNltURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIK JOURNAL. A CHERRY PECTORAL: ft-.-- r tu Car f COUGHS, OOX.CS, HOARSENESS, BROW " OHXTXS, CROUP, ASTH MA, WHOOPING-COUGH .astx oowsunxPTiOM'. Thi truly valuable vcmerly for all disease of the Lamp and Throat, nu wcome ine cnici reli ance of the afflicted as It ia the most certain cure known for the above complaints. While It is a powerful remedial agents in the most desperate nna llmini in,:irew wnri ui vuiiouiiijJiiviii also. in diminished doses one of the mildest and most airreeablo family medicines for common eommon toughs and colds. Read bolow the opin ion of men who are known to the world, and the world respect their opinions. FROM PROFESSOR HITCHCOCK ".lames C. Aver Sin I have used your "Cum Br PacToait in my own case of deep-seated Bronchitis, and am satisfied from its chemical constitution that it is an admirable compound for the relief of larvmrial and bronchial difficulties, If my opinion si to its superior character can be of any service you ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 November 1850

Vjf" "-' WW N'B r y IIMCA1 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jramflff jictospaper-Dctootrtr to JjolWcs. Bftcrature, ittoralfta, : 'jrortfi.it an& Bonttstfc Sictos, Scfcnce an the arts, agriculture, itiarfcets, amusements, fcc. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 32. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY PA.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. II. NO. 6. TERMS OF TISE AMERICAN. THK AMERICAN t published every Sntarony at TWO IXHJ..AH8 per otinun to lie paid hnlf yearly in advance, AO paper uieconunueu mini All. arrcnnig-e. are pain. All eommuniciitioiia or letters on r,u.iness relnting to th oaks, to future attention, must lie lus i faiv. TO CLUBS. Thro, eopiea to one address, . S500 Vevea B . Dn lUOO l-'ifteen Do Do " Five dollar. In advance will pay fur three yeat'eeslieenp- ion to the American.. On. Bourn, of If line., 9 timee, livery .ultseqnent imertioii, One square, 3 montlia, T8ix months, One year, f!une.aCaf of Five hues, per ann...

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

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. f o reign ctu 0. FROM EUROPE. . , Vi j . - . SCHESWIG . lfOL$TEIN. : Proores or Trt War. The advice from he Flensborg, of (ha 8th inst., 1nlesthat lhe whole force of the Holstein Army hail been withdrawpRfehJsbiirgi Letters front that place, of the 7th, however, report that at noon tHe"iTy lerore'.The Dane Had attacked ' their position, and had been driven bnek in confusion. These letter deny that their in tention iponFrederiohata(lt will be aban doned. WviceS'TronT'SirAnnuri of 'the 6lh inst. ' contain the report thnt the Dunes had been bombarding YVullerson, on that side of the Kibe. ' '' ' The Danish gunboats are lying before Ton sing.'1 A Hamburgh paper, in an article dated Kiel, felli,' says that the Russian Fleet, con sisting of two steam frigates and eleven large sailing vessels, weighed anchor before Fal ster. It adds, giving date Kiel, 7th, that part of the troops wounded in the assault upon Freiderichstadt had arrived there, and that...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 November 1850

SUN15UHY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. ., A TAMfE MOS. A correspondent of the N. Y. Htrahl, writ ig from Taris says : for the last vreolc rench, officer recently returned from Africa, u hd fur his companion in the streets a lagnificent lion who follows him like a dog. he name of the animal ia Emir, and never ve I seen a more splendid specimen of the ing of the forest. Though I did not like moh to be near his majesty I ventured the her night to approach him, and horsksco efcbrnsI he licked my hands as a dog onli do. The French proverb says that we must not play with fire," and I frar one f these days the lion vf ill find his wild na ire, and make some bloody deed. Volcanic Eruptions. An Oregon paper, ited 21st March, gives the following no )unt of Volcanic eruptions in Oregon: VVe are informed by gentlemen that bolh e mounts (St. Helen and Baker) are sending .rth volumes of smoke, giving undoubted ev ence that their volcanio fires aro not yet jlingitished. The craters from whieh 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. — 2 November 1850

WBHHBSBBSHH! . - r y . , MCILJ1I1-UJ Li '-L-1 'Ji-Li. : Kl CHERRY PECTORAL: . ,. --, Fer Ike Cure f , ' C0UOH3, GOLDS, .HOARSENESS, BROU 'iJHtTIS, CROUP, ASTH. 2ttA. WHOOPIMa-OOUOH AND CONSUMPTION. Thii truly valuable Xemedy for all diseases of ' We LmigB anil Throat, na necomo uie cm ance of the afflicted as it is the moat certain cure r il.o Mhove complaint. While it ia a powerful remedial agents in the moat desperate .nA .Imnni honeless caaea of Consumption, it ia .sJso, in diminished doses one of the mildest and . ..rrxonhla fnmilv medicines for common eommon coughs and colds. Kcad below the opin ion of men who arc known to tho world, and the world respect their opinions. FROM PROFESSOR HITCHCOCK. . 'James C. Aycr Sirs I have used your "Cann- . t PacToiAi,' In my own case of dccp-seatcj Bronchitia, and am satisfied from ita chemical constitution that it ia an adinirnblo compound for the relief of laryngial and bronchial difficulties. If mv opinion ae to it superior character can...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 November 1850

,;:fesv ...... - - ' . f-f" - - t. y . i ijl - art -sb- i - - .A-- il II oil IT:- ' SS H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 3 jramfljt iUtospaptr-Brtotrt to DoUtks, literature, WoraUt, jroreloit anU Domestic iUtos, Stftnce and the arts, agriculture, XUarfttts, STmuscmrnts, t. NEW SERIES VOL. 3. NO. 3. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, FA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER D, 1800. OLD SERIES VOL. II. NO. f. TEBM8 OP THE AMERICAN!. offic., to .rtentioa, i" IS TO CLUBS. 'Thre. eopie. to cw adore.. 500 1U0" ven 0(lO 'FWhr. In"vac. will py tm tare. y..r'. lab-nip-ti.ii to Ihe Anw'Kn- bin 'ftniaf of t ". ? 'me, IKr.ty uliMlt I"1"""". )n wi"'i aw! rsn aioiithi, JSnCcard. of Fivl line., r """". L "ht- ...d other., a-lvertmiit by th. war, with th. privilege of inserting bt- IrrMlt .nveftitemiMlt. weekly. OrgVc Adverti-emem., per atromenU tl 00 15 nu 3(10 1000 "S.B.lfiASSBR, A'TT O RNEY AT LAW, tOWBTTRV, P A. Bineo, attended to in tit. Countie. of IS or umberl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 November 1850

JfppMBTP"WffyT' . I 11 l.M'-U.TSJ- .-TJ3JT.-c-.M a- - - THE WItL OF MR. McnONOt'OH. Ths New Oilesna Piciyon gi n -count of the reading ot.lhe will of Mr. Mc Dnnoush. who likW fiirard, appear 14 have Jeft nearly the t( hit property l p-l porting a schooyiraijti and. an asyium ioy mo poor, to be located in Pattimore,' ami a"fre achool to New Orleans. The court room was rnu.tol lo listen to the reading. The will Til filled twentv four races of foolscap. Six thousand dollar and some Jnded property re left to hia sister and her children ; the rest fine estate, ol whirh no agstrejrate nmonnt JlgivK baqleaUW lo HhbtMaJor, Alder lOa,ialUiMOWJLWs,QrtejnS a,nd BhIj l more, halC tofch4cilyIforlbe,ru;pose above mentioned. ,.Te tho Protestant Male Orphan Asjflum.'.'of, New Orleans', lie gives 5400,000 Jn yearly, instalments., m The , other. two in stitution' bequests are also in yearly instal lment.. ,. ,,, A aohool farm is to be established in Bnlti- rjiore, and an osyliitn for the poor. The sc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 November 1850

..ii I It 1 19 SUNBUKY-AMEIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: ; -viva ,., '. i.-vercw1 TH COUNTRY LASSIE. , t BT RICHARD GOB J. ," ! ir . .., , . ., ! ,v,"To morrow, ran, I'm sweet sixteen, , . ., j, And Billy Grimes, the dtover, j , jM Has popp'd the question to me, ma, .., And wants to be my lover .. To morrow morn, he says, mamma, ( (,, He's coming here quite early, , To take a pleasant walk with me . ; M -Across the field of Barley." "You. most not go, my gentle dear, .... There's no use how a talking : i , You shall not go across the field i. Viih Billy Grimes a-walking, , , To think of his presumption, too! i The dirty, ugly drover, i I wonder where ,your pride has gone, ,, , To think of such a rover 1" ' Wild Grimes is dead, you know mamma, : And Billy is so lonely1. Besides, they say, to Grimes' estate That Billtty is the only -Surviving heir to all that's left . , . And thai, they say, is nearly v . : . , iA good ten-lhousanJ dollais, ma ', 'A ! About six hundred yearly I" ..( , "'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 November 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AflD SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. CHERRY PECTORAL: Lil.r.. FwllnCirtir i 1 'i , M i. C0UOHS, OOX.D8, ' " hoarseness, broxt- ,! ohxtis, croup, asth , Ma, whoopikto-oouoh v; AND OOMSOMPTION, : Thia truly valuable Xemcdy for all diseases of - . . .1 - i t i: the Lung and Throat, naa necome ine cmei run- arte of the afflicted aa it ia tl moat certain euro a 'known for the alove complaints. While it ia a powerful remedial agenta in the moat desperate i and almost hopeless cases f Consumption, it ia also, in diminished (loops one of the mildest and moat aareeable family mcdicinea for common v aommdn eoucha and colds. Read bolow the opin ion of men who are known to the world, and the world refpcot their opiniom. ,,, FROM PROFESSOR HITCHCOCK. Mamead. Ayer Sin IhaTOuaedyour "Cam el T ParToaAL,' in my own ease of deep-seated Kronchltis, and am satisfied from ita chemical constitution that it ia an admirable eompouhd for 111 roM tf nf lnrvnirinl and bronchial dllnculties. If my opinion a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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