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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 November 1850

f i'-k . - . . . i. v rrv - i I f tat 14) T akv 1IW' i ;.-.... . . ....saig 5xH coi -"' .. - :- i .,. . ., ....,.... H. B.r MASSE11,', EDlTOIt AND PROPRIETOR. office market street, opposite the post office; ;; 21 jramfr2'iicb3pipcr-Dcbotrt ii Botflies, ''SfteVature,' ittoraKta, ifotttflit anH Domwtfc ilttos, Scffitrr flirt the arts, aijrtculturr, tfHartuts, amusements, $ct. -U4 NEW, SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 3l. S UN 1J UR Y, N O IIT.II U MB ERLAN I COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16." I $50. OLD SERIES VOL. 11, NO., 8. i TERMS OF TIIK AMEBIC AX. THE AMF.niCAN is pnlrfished eve 8ntnrdny nt TWO boi.l.AKS w nmrni lo lie ! '"" Tr " 'vnoe, No tp diiroiuimiod uWil 1U iirmrnidM are P'rt Ah iommin.irii,.. .i kitrn. on ''""'","' '''''' lo ' office, to tnwre Mtn.timi, mut l POS 1 1 AIU. , ' - TO CLIB3. FiZa'-'- :."' V So . . SU.OO Fiv doitari in .Uino will pay ( Oat j ear'mubicnp ilon to the Amcrtnui. , j 3n ttauate of 16 Hnea, I timet, , grrry ulwwieiil inwrlion, (ii Square, 3 inonlha, ix miitli, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 November 1850

JTo reign JJctos ARRIVAL 0 THE .", OH WEEK XAtER IROM EUROPE. Th new steamer Africa, from Live rpool( Oot. 86, "arrived at New Vork yesterday morn is, in thirteen day . ) i '.flip By the latest' new from Pari we learn that 'General Hantpoul bal been' appointed Governor of Algeria, and that he will be succeeded in the War Office by General Schramm, j, ,)'' "I "''' 1 1 T r If ii stafed, semi-officially, in London, that Russia and France have asked the English Cabinet to insist opon Prussia withdrawing hef secret support of the Holsleiners; and if he will not, England is invited to join in the invasion of her Silestan and Rhenish provin :oe.'! The English Cabinet has refused to join -.in such a violent proceeding, but hat expres sed a wish to address a serious protestto Prussia upon the subject. ' In Hesse Cassel the struggle continues, but both parties seem to take the matter very quietly. As the Emperor of Austria is about to proceed to Warsaw, the probability i that German affairs w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 November 1850

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Oormpnndvno of the N. American end U. ".. , Great Suffering on the Plain. 4700 offered for a tup of water and refused Flour HQ per pound-Thi Cholera on Plattt Rtver. StomtoK, California, Sept. 30, 1850. lhe just conerM(l with a gentleman from New York, who with three of hi. bro there, arrived here yesterday, after a four months' journey acrocs the country. He state that about 70,000 persons are on the road now. The four brothers started with two six mule teams, plenty of provisions, clothing:,' money, etc., and arrived in Stock, ton with loss of almost erery thing. ... He states that on both branch of tne Platte the cholera prevailed to a horrible ex tent, hundreds dying dally. The waters of h. Plan. mr thick and muddy, and heat- Iributes the escape of his party from sirkness :o their precaution in boiling the water, clear- Wit with isinglass, and making It into tea r coffee before drinking. Tile graves of .migrants, he ssys, were thick at eve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 November 1850

,-,!- r'" ( ' 9" SUNBURY 'AMERICAN AND ' SHAM0R1N ' J OU KIN AL. U(0cr Uutrou0 l&atttr. zri Wtv- F Tim Woman's Convention lately held at Worwstur, was really funny affair..- They passed twolulions against the Bible, fetti coals, the Constitution of the United States, and the habits of the society ' " They go for thilfcnV privileges enjoyed hy the males ( among which privilege we leaf Miss Da vis forgot uch delicious pastimes as sawing wood bringing in coal-r-stamling up in .j churchyriding in the ram and brine; last the dinner. Before the women embrace nr privileges, they had better try them on comet- - Asa beginning let them carry a hod all day for six shillings, or when tne Uier- 'inometer is 12 degrees below zero, shoulder " an axe, wale to the woods through the snow, and taste, the luxury of chopping jiyood for oO cents a cord. This is what r the "brute" has to do, who pays the rent lor J, her. - Again we say, try it on girls. ' ! ' ' , ' "Great Age. We have been informed - ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 November 1850

" 'X. , iit . ii .r.' .-'-.i-; Ml ) (tO ; i:'irvi Vi.J 1' , I 11 rT'. i,"is (,' ; 11,; ft: ,i : OFFiCll, JiAhkET STR:iCT, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. n "r. .( j J ?.i ( ' SI jramCls etopapfrDcbotca'to i3ofmt iForcrfln ani Domcstfc acj.' Stftitce aU th 2itts, glQrtcuiture, ittarftcts, amusrmentj, :c ew dEitiRs VoL. 3, No. aa. OLD SERIES VOL. 1I NO' 0 - ' - v H i..v,U,i,,,:, . M 1 1 J II a 1. M U ' : " m sr .vAT f inri , , fa'e ui - - ,. u.,-. .... . ... .. '. '. . .; T 1 ; iv 11 1 k , - t r- :., ...l 1 ' . 1 . 1 MI''Jr, 1.V.,jT. 'V ' . ' : I s , ;5rs:y TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TrtE AMERICAN ii pnbliihed t7 ftatnntay t TWO i!aKS per .......m to b. Mf jr-rly ... .dvwc, All Snmn.MO.t . letter, on Ih.. rek .ting to t hr opit to on. ' -it " ' ' M JJ g; uS' ' ' - ' MOO i""' .. i nav fur Ihra ve.i'l (ubicrlp m PW ; r. : l. .. . ... a mrtrleall. : t ' n 9iu.i of 10 H.i tiraia, , , , : ' ' 'S3 ' Odd . sod :1. 9 A 1 mmitliB. ' &r,..rM. 3 moiitht i'JncCnii of Five per .nnm .rrhann nu omer., nuv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 November 1850

-I1 L (From Wis Ns- York F.jPrr.) tvrvt. miudm. ton. money in new YORK. A Father KilM, and Tvo of hit Sont Dread' fuXy end Proliably Fatally Stolbtd. An awful murder wm committed thin mom mil under the following circumstances. A German, an acquaintance of hi countryman M ho kept a beer house and at 2 o'clock Fri day morning got up and slabbed the keeper and two anna in bed, killing the father instant 'y, and wounding one of the sons badly that liit life is despaired of. The other son may recover. The bodies were all taken to the Third Ward Police Station. The murderer knew that the keeper had S00 dollars in his ttooae, which is supposed to account for the ct. ' The murderer got out of a back window and jumped orer the fence into a deep area, which however was so deep that he could not tret out, and he was taken there this morn ing. , FURTHER PARTICULARS. Never perhaps, has a more diabolical, wil ful and deliberate murder been perpetratod than the one we are about to record, which oc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 November 1850

55T SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Correspondence of ihe American. PortsmoH, Va, Nov. 11, 1850. '; My Dea AMme: The elections of the different states with few exception being over, and the public mind having had time to feast on the different results, a few lines from an old acquaintance, may be of some interest to your numeront readers. ' This section of onr country, although within less than 30 hoars' travel from Sunbury, is almost unknown to the people of that vicinity. 1 say almost unknown, because, to myself, it ws so much so as to you, until quite recently. We are here on the very margin of the Allan tic Ocean, with but Ihe Hampton Roads be. 'tween us. Norfolk with a population of 17,. O00 is situated on Ihe east bank of the Eliza tie tiver, but seven miles from Hampton Roads. Portsmouth, which is only separated fcy the rrver, has a population of over 9000, and with lU last three years has been itrv proving anrl increasing very rapidly. The harbor of this place and bet...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 November 1850

.' :a SUNBURN KMK11CANATN1) &HAIM0K1IN UOUJtNAL. &!. lift- From ths Public . HEAR OK BOTH IDES. ' ' A wrirer in your paper, a few days since, expressed wish that physicians vroul.l write Iheir 'prescriptions in English, instead of Latin, t hope that may never happen, , at least in this enlightened country, ft is well known to you, and if not to you, to all the apothecaries who put up prescriptions, that among the many prescriptions sent tliem ilai ly by physicians, the following are by no means unfrequent, and if they were express ed in English, w ho, pray, would send to an apothecary at all ! Would not every mothert think you, know enough of the mysteries of pharmacy to attend to this branch herself? Why should the apothecary or his apprentice (for now-a-days most of these dignified gen , tleman entrust nearly all their business to ap prentices) be troubled with the following specimen of mixed cabalistics : R, Pulveris I'iperi Rubri. Hydro. Chloridi 9n4.il. Aridi Acetici. M...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 November 1850

AMERICA H. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. jg8 OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 iTamfls ilttospapcr-Dctiottli to SJolWcs, autraturc, ittoraUtg, jForcfflii an Domestic ilctos, Scfnter antt the arts, aorfculturr, Harticts, Amusements, fct. EW SERIES VOL. 3. NO. 0. SUNDURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, I 850. OLD SERIES VOL. II, NO. 10 N, i m ii ii ii ii ii . n TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. nv AMERICAN i miMlshM every fctrtnhy at TWO iVahS pn..nnt to henaid blf yearly '" -'i oipei Hiw.M.tinuod until M.I. arrenriige are pnid. MS, to inalire attention, hiurt be PO! r 1 AlO. cnpiei to one address, en - Do 10llu 2(1(10 rveVllare in advance will ry for three yenr'amhacriD- to the American. Satiate of 18 llnc, 3 time., ry euliseqnent hmertion, Square, 3 nioiilha, month', inco'carda of Five line", per annum, '"ham. and other, ndvertieiiHt hy the with the privilege ol macrtmgdit ' '. ..i...rtiaiiiiiita wcpklv. Ci no 8.5 3i HI 4r,o AIM) 3110 1000 r Larger Adve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 November 1850

V - SUNBUllY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKlOoUKNAL. California JCcuis.' rHOM CALIFORNIA. The news of the admission or California Into the Union was received at San Francisco 8 union wns m-cie 18ih, at 11 o'clock, A.M., by the mail tr Oregon, Lieut. Patterson, V. 5. N-, on the learner ml caused a great rejoicing, Doniire, illumi nation, &c THE ADMISSION OF CALIFORNIA. When the news of this event reached San Francisco, it excited general rejoicings. The ships in the harbor fired their gnus, the first tine to blaze away being a British bark from Liverpool. The Alta California thus de cribes the scene in the city : The Orepon came gallantly into the har bor, gracefully decorated, and telling the im portance of the news she broiicht, by con. ' tinned cannonading. At once the American Flag went up from every possible place in ths city. One gallant fellow worked his way up the slippery flag-stair on the Square, and rove the pennant halyards amid the cheers of the crowd. Then the Slars and Stripe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 November 1850

SUNBURY AMEHICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 11 " COMMUNICAION. J . INDUSTRY It must heeds be that a man tabor. He re quires food to sustain his body. And the es tablished Uw oF his Maker is, that by the west of his brow, he shall eat of the fruit of the grdtind. But there are not a few who apjWar td set themselves up in opposition to this law, and make a merit and boast of their idle UaUUf.'. it will be my endeavor to tie erlie ilia various classes of idlers that are to bis m'ct with In almost every community, prrnitlinij my readers to judge of the honor. ftMSrl.. of their profession And 1st, The Sleepy Idltr. The wisest of human minds hns painted this diameter, and has even (riven us his Very language. "Yet a little sleep, a little lumbefy a liltln folding of Hie hands to fcleepV' Sleep is tiecessniy to recruit our exhausted frames, and prepare both mind knd tody for their daily duties. But this fclass of idleis transgress all reasonable bounds they sleep lonjr nnd late, and when 'they ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 November 1850

iiL,g'.,."g",i-"W." UNBUHY - AMEBIC AN AND SMAMOK1N JOUKNAL. m 1 u . " v ' tNF.ASttf JOB- Joe Butrtstend wm one of thoe uneasy, festlew lyings, who mo never quiet a min ute,.. Wilier awaku or naleon. Ho alv way twwtinff ami turning, always ncom Tor'.able, and ha was universally, known among hi companion. as ITuenfy Jne. Some times we used to play oil practical jokes Ujwn him for thevfun of the thing, but generally speaking, if we lot him have his own way, he tnadenfniTth enough by "setting himself." Amoig his numerous dislike's, Joo despised rats and mice. Indeed, he said they seemed born into existence only to tease and annoy him. When child he was bitten by a mouse,, and severely, too, for which reason he always dreaded them. If Je had occa sion to visit any new house, or to sleep in a strange, room, he nover failed to give tho premises a careful inspection to insure liim ull that there were no mouse-holos about. We roomed together one night, in New York, and I laughed at Joe for ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 December 1850

. J HiVr H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. " OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El jRimUS iittus-papcr Drtotrt to 3i)olWcs, attcraturc, HoralHs, jForcfan anH Domestic tflctos, scfcitcc anto the sitts, ssortntlturc, ruiirts; amusements, ;c. "NEW S I5!l IKS VOL. 3. NO. 37. SUNBUUY. XOriTIIUMREItLAM) COUNTY.' PA.. SATUHDAY, DECKMI1I5U 7, I S."0. OLD SKI! IKS VO!.. . M). U. J MS TEH HI OF TJIK ASIHUICW ' THF. AMERICAN It published every Saturday nt TWO POI.l.ANP per annum to lie iid hnlf yearly in advance, No paper dileontlimed 11 itt I am. nrreariie;ii are paid. All coiimmiiicntirti. or letter, mi " renting to th officBi U invure attciilioii, miiHt W POS T 1 AID. TO CLUBS. Thrrs conie. to one address, SJ' Seven 1 .' u Fifteen Uo l)n Five d .liars In advance will pay for three yent'.iub.cnp tiou lo the Araericmi. One Souate of in linen, il time., lively subsequent insertion, Clue SVp.arc, 3 iiliilllii Six months, BH?iiieMCnrl. of Five Hum. per unn.l.n, Mer.lm.it. ..ml o...

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 December 1850

J!l i-i-LI-l-i-. TEE AlflERXCAlT. SUNBURY. ATURDAT, DECEMBER , l50. H. B. MASSEK. EHUr and ProprlrUr. V B PAI.MKR Is "" anthoriKnl of rnt to wlv sub rriptinii him) .dvtrtiiinK st hi office, in Phitadtlphit, New York, Boston sad Baltimore, Ta AnrWTiMtiti. The rireulntlon of the flunhnrjf Amerirsn tmmig Ui different towns 011 Hie PiisqiH-hsniia Is not eiceedeil if equilled lijr nf ptiper ubhrimi in North rn Piuulviiiii. EDITOR'S TABLE. Business Netlce. Tmr.vn.Tnn ItAUltOAP. By' nn advertise- ment in our colums it will be seen, that pro posals will be received until the 20th lust., for the Sills of this road. We refer our readers to tne ilvertiienient of John A- Snyder, 'Administrator of Jacob Snyder, dee'd-, for the sale of a valuable traet of land, in Lower Mahoiioy township- Csuot nm, Niw Yomt Atiovs ai I'siik GmuKn, by O. G. Foster, Esq., author of New York by Gas Light, Dewitt & Daveubert, pub lishers. The writer of this novel has (riven such popular sketches of various person...

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 December 1850

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. It is Impossible that ffcch member ihdttld xamin the merits t every claim tin which he is comveflei to vote : and it ft nreDosterous to asV a 1ud2e to decide a case which he hat neveT 1.eivrd. Such decisions ttiav. and fteauerftiV must, do injustice either to the claimant or the Government, and I nwcnvt no better remedy for this omwinir 0 vil lhan the establishment of tome tribunal to adjudicate upon such claim. T hpcr. leave, therefore, most re spectfully, to recommend that provision be made bv law lorine appointment 01 a mm mission to settle aU ptivate claims against the United States', and, as an exparie hear ing must in nil contested esses be very un satisfactory, I also recommend the appoint ment of a Solicitor, Whose duty snan ne 4o represent the Government before such commission, and protect it against a!I ille pal, fraudulent or unjust claims, which may he presented for their adjudications. This District, which has Yieither voice nor vo...

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 December 1850

vr7T frW f ""' !SHE -ILL .1 'L.. !-;..!- i j -J. SUN BURY 'AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N I1NAL.'" joui ; Asotncu icNTinc wonder. PEPSIN! T II 1 T K l II DIGXJ3TI VX3 FLUID, GASTRIC JUICE i A GREAT DYSPEPSIA CTJIIEH, .eparerl from RKNNKT, or tl.o r..nrth Stomach of rt Ox, slier direction, of HA RON I.H'.UIG, tin grent Pis. finical Chemist, by J. 8. HOL'tiHTON, M. U., No. 11, North Klghth Street, PhilndHphin. Pa. This li a truly wonderful remedy fur INDIOESTION, PYWKPXIA, JAIND1CI, MVKH COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION, nudDI'HIUTV, Curing oner Na. ture's owa method, Uy Nature's own ntetit, tlio Gastric Jukns. Cf Half a tanspoonful of this Fluid, infused in water, will 'digest or dissolve, Fivs Pounds of Iloust Beat' ni about two hours, out of the timimeh. DIGESTION', DIGESTION is chiefly pcrformerl m the stomach by th niil of il fluid whieh'lreely exudes! from the inner en.it in thatoipui, when in a stale of health, railed the liastrin Juk-e. Tina fluid is the (ircut Solvent of tuu l'i'd, the Purifyi...

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 December 1850

f ' J ,,',, I,,!,, ..ii ..i i -.i-.i -r - vrr " "ir1 -' " 1 .T"""'--:' "--' "' - ---i .!... .. -.n-. ri- " ; Axnn ifjLjijLf a xuw rfii " '. ' ;,;.:,;;, !:f5yswr -iasssbtz; office, majikut smjvr, urfusn the jpust uiuu. mm I Lo V:;;; ii. B;:MAssfeR, editor and riioriiiETOR. : it. 'Mi.: a "iraniHa ilctospnptotcJ to oUttcs;: attcrnvc, JHoraUta, ovcfau mm Somcstfc fltos,-Sccnceani the" arts, gflrtculturf, iay tst glmuscmcntst Sc t! Wi-JTvn-- li NEW SEMES VOL. 3, NO RUXnilllY.' NORTHUMBERLAND! X'OUNTy., PA.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1 830. OI.H SERIES VOL. If. NO. is. TliKMS OF TK AJIKHI-CAV .' TIIR AMERICAN in jinlilirhnl every ftiturdny ot TWO pOMiAKP k:kitihi to tV1' Wrlt in nilviiuce, it'inAr riiffvaiMiiiiMl uiitLI all .r.rearni:?F ure paid. I An crimnmiifrntiiiiin fir Mt.-rt Mi lium..e rel iliug to the fli.'!l t insure attention, must ke l'ifT 1'AfDY -11. Ml I' TO CLUBS.'- I.!' I 1.1 .l.i . .ii ,. I, ..,,,.,! I I ac" V 1. "' - !- tuLh. 4..'Mlt...i I .; I.. lib - V . ' I ' 1 rto - )(.. I ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 December 1850

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. PUBLIC DOCUMFNTS. REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER GENERAL. This document is very short and practical The following is a condensed summary : The gross revenue of the Department for the year ending 80th June, including an ap propriation, for franked matter of the differ ent departments, of $200,000, and deducting the lum of 147,0l3 38 received for British postages, was $8,652,971 48. The total ex penditures were $5,212,P53 54. Grow excess of revenue 8340,018 05. Adding ondrnwn appropriations, fcc , the net balancejn the Department is 81,132,045 82. "The revenues for the current year are esti mated" at a total of, $0,166,616 28; and the expenditure of nil kinds at $6,010,809 60. ' ' The Postmaster General recommends, among other important changes, a reduction on the rates of postage on inland letters to 3 cents prepaid ; on sen-going letters to the Pacific) coast, South American, nnd the East ern Continent, 20 cent, nnd 10 cents on nil othel sea-going le...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 December 1850

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 3" COMMUNICATION. Mr. Editor: In your paper 1 observe that my oomrou ticatinn is printed, nnl there fore feel pretty sine of renders, forth II that it ii every man's duty to taki end rend the papers. Since you last heard from me I have caught another chap, and persuaded him to set for hia portrait. But I not very skilful whh ,,the penril, for fvar that aome one should mistake the character I am paint ing, I will elve yon the name. No. 3. Tkt fashionabU Idler. Ho is the on of worthy cilixen who by his industry and frugality hat acquirpd some properly to afford him a comfortable support in his de clining ?e. This the son regards as his own, and therefore refuses to move hand or foot in any useful occupation, so loop as he is permitted to live on his fathers hard earned money. Unlike the bee in his daily toil, j et like the drone in his instinct he returns to the family hive for his food, and to the family urse for his raiment. Or he may be the dr...

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

( A" HI '. t ? ' ) T' I I . . - ' ' ' r' ' V' t ?I?!'--"il.:!!Jj!i!a'-l.tJ-".rlj"l'- ANOHIER MIE8T.F.C WOMiEtt. ! . M.E p S IN t' v.. J w T HE 1HU1S : DGESTIVH t FLUID, Z zGMTmC JUICE ! ; A 0BBAT DTTSP13PSIA CTXRER, Prepared ftdfc RF.tNKT, Or II f.mrth Wdtnack f tlie O, after dlreettims of BARON UKWff, th great Phyuologieal Chemist, by J. 9. HOUGHTON, M. 1)., No-U, ortfi Eighth Street, Philadelphia, T. This i truly wonderful remedy for l.NDKSKlfTION, OYSrUIIA, JAUND1CR, LIVER COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION, ami Dl'.HIl.lTY, Curing alter Na ture's own method, by Nature' own agent, the flastrio Juice, ' . . ' , C?" Half a tenspmaa'ul Mf flua Fluid, Infused in water, Will divert or dissolve, f ive Pounds of Roast Beef in about two lisara, out of the stomach. . DIGESTION. , : TVJQKSTI1N ia chiefly performed in the stomach by tiro a id of a Until which freely exudes from the inner cult OI null oipaii, nen in u ennw hi iii-iii i ii, ciiueu init iiiifii io Juice. Xuis fluid is the (irent r?.'lvi....

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