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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 December 1850

; i 1 ' . IS H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE S3 JTimfIa iUiuspaprt-Dcuotcli to 3JolMcs, attcrnturt, UTomUiy, iForcfrju nnH Domestic li)03, StUitte nno the arts, Elflrfculturr, aiiuts, amusements, st. NKW 8KRIK8 VOL. 3. NO. .19. SUNttUllY. OUrilUMliKHLAM) COUNTY. VAu SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1S."0. OLD SKRIK8 VOL. II. NO. 13. RI.CAN.;-; TEHMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMERICAN I publlSHerl erefy Mnlurtlny at f VO iHM.LAKS per annum to be paid Ml yearly in advance, No paper discontinued milil U "e ni?s PT'1-. All eommuniration. or leit-r, on I'usiTlr '''"" " alike, to imnrt attention, must It VVS r I AID. ' - TO CLLIiS. Tare T1 lo m address. SC -.0... l)o 1K UI. FiTJ Vllsrs i envanea will ay for tMs jrtariWbscrip M.n lu Ike American. On. Baum "f t ? '"""i e'.e,y tnlinfiiii'" insertion, tiM Hsusre, 3 months, Nia months, fciwnrM'carns of Five li. per annum, Verchants mill others, ndverti.ins l.y lh vsar, Willi the privilee of inserting dtl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 December 1850

TEE -AXOPsIC-iUT. SUNBURY. ATUKDAT, DECEMBER 111, IMO. H. B. MASSER. Eaiter and PmprleUr. ' V. B. PALMER t our authorised agent In receive inb--nation mi tdrertinnf tt hi offic, in Philadelphia, New York, Botton and Daltimera. To Ar-jTi. -The circulation of the Sunhury American among th different tnwne on (he Huaquehanna it not exceeded If equalled by any paper published in North in Pennsylvania. EDITOR'S TABLE. Baalneas Notices. i"K J'niiDiLrniA Satcrimt Limns la he title of a handsome weekly paper, just com. meneed by S. McHenry, No. 47 Dock at., Phila delphia. The Express ii neatly printed and well conducted. ATnrs Homi GAtrrrt of this week, came hand in the shape of a "double Holiday sheet," handsomely illustrated with many of the drsigui of the Washington Monument, now in progresi of construction. It ia a really handsome and in tercsting sheet ed" Printi.no Ink A few kegs for sale for cash at (his office. We are indebted to the Hon. Joseph Casey, for several valuable and intere...

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 December 1850

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Correspondence. M. Mawer Sin It is not my purpose 14 Wfit oponA the hackneyed subject, the Tat iff, but-merely to reply (if deserving of its' toorri in your paper) "to sn article that up feirlil i if the Trenton Trne American' (red Trade) Which it as follow :.,,.'. ; "There may b question between the foreign Ant nrtrM'taluatiort, hot tottur mind it in ques tion of no (treat importance. The value of whc iWtakaft here tor in Europe,' must flnctnste With the demand and snpply. 1 a duty, ia aawsscd upon the foreign falue of iron, when the Kurop fet rhirket it glutted, it 'must afford hut little -protection. If upon tlie home value, when our tntrket il overstocked, it mint produce the samo result, and vice versa." ''Vhe"n we come io reflect upon the. fact ittit the European market npon the proifuc tiaa of tle sjule article, liou; exercises a ry controllinj; influence upon our market, wt see at once a material difference between tba'4 wo valuation; ...

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 December 1850

ecth"s tr- VisoTniR sncsiwic www. ' IGSSTSVE ..risTJSD, j VoaaJA'o'S'SPBrsiA.ctrnsK, pirsrand from RENNET, or U.a fourth Stomaeh of tht 1 Ca. aftsr qiraotious 01 ai"' ........... Physio.ogic.1 Che.ni.t, by J. 9. HOUGHTON, M. b., No llNprtVEighUilret,PluMtlptua, Pa.. This' is a truly' wonderful remedy for IX0!r,KTlON, l)riPEP(IA, JAUNDICE, LIVER COMPLAINT, T CONSTIPATION, snd DEBILITY, Curing after Na litre1! own method, by Nature's own ojsnt, tha UaMric Juice." ' ' ; t3" Half i traspnonful of this f mid, Infnted In wster, will discst or dissolve, Frv Pounds ff Koott Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach. . , DIGESTION, ; TMGESTION id eliicfly performed m the Mnirarh hy the id of ii Hind wliich freely exudes from the inner rom I Unt ofrHju when in Hale of health, failed thu tiitstna Juice. Tin fluiil is tins Great Solvent of the hood, the Vurifvlntr, Preserving, mid tinnilntini? Atrent ni the st,i raaeli aiui intestines. Without it there will he no tnros li.a, no c mvern -n "f ...

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 December 1850

. - .- ,.... . i . .,, ,-,, . daffi ( " '' "i" rwwwwi i .... -- - : r -. .:. " 'i f tSL. '" "'""' L,-.- , r. : HVB.1 MASSEB, EDITOR AND-PROPlliETOlV. OFFICE,1 MARKET; STREET;. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFIQE. ', It t! K iTamlli) a!ictosj)npcr-Dct)0tt5 to JjoHtCcsaf tcratttrc, ..fWoraUts, .i?ovf fet ..an? EontwUc ictos, scuitcr antr the arts, 8flticuUurr, Tnrfcrtj, -amusements, f;c. NKW 8KRIK9 VOTrf 3. '': iuMdr:inii A5iuiciv-:;; THE AMERICAN il puli(nlil "r r' All eoniniunimimiit t le J""'""" '? " POST PAID. , toc,.i,b. 1 vo,. , .. , Fi doltort I wiwiict will pr f uktri lira h Hit AiMtK". i YM Bouti nf l Hti J limp ' ' " '-'' ' ' tnir iulieqti lfio, ' ' 'On !', w1,,t ' : 'r lnilllH, ,..,.,!; ...: i Sa lluiineM Cr.l ( Piv . P !". W.rrh.ntl nl olbtri, Uvctmiif l th; t. T.nr, wilh th ptivilen of niMrtiiif iif- rel(lrrlifintnli weekly. fT Largti Ahrertiiiiiu, t premknl. f I oi : 3m i f 010 10 Ml H.SilCASSE?;, . ATTOKNHY AT LAW, SUNBUIIV, FA. Buiineas ktlondoil o in tht Coiintick of Nor Vmkkr!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. — 28 December 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. From the Vnton Tiroes. UNITED STATES SENATOR In the last No. of ihe Lewisburg Demotrat, e dashing correspondent, writing from Phila delphia, entertain U with a paragraph or two on the election of U. S. Senator. Af ter pronouncing a labored eulogy on the 'brilliaut talenti" of Judge Woodward and Black, avails himaelf of the opportunity to in dulge in a aerie of very ill-natured remarki in reference to the Hon. Simoh CiMtnoK. In hit application of the term "political dema gogue" he haa been singularly unfortunate i there are few publio men in the State to whom the term could not be applied with more propriety than to Gen. Cameron. But the correspondent of the Democrat "doe not know a tingle democrat io pnper in the Slate, that hat the face to advocate hit claim foi the U. S. Senate." A correspondent of a publio journal should be belter informed.- The following democratic! paper are friendly to the election of that gentleman to the Sen ate. The Su...

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 December 1850

Never uie a vulgar phrase. Unlearn the eriliyou have learned. ViRTO, lilt iwme flowers, bloomt often fairest in the shade. In a thousand poundi of law, there U not n ounce of love. Samplks of Indinn corn are to be tent from Ohio to the World' lair. Lancaster county contain a population of 93.7S0. Increase in ten years 15,651. 1Thb number of persona exiled from Rrme. lince the return of the Pope is 3G, 000. ' A Man roing to bed we should say re tiringis like a poor man compelled to go on tick. Tub census of Norfolk, V., is H.320 i consistimr. of 9,068 whites, 957 tree blacks, and 4,295 slaves. It is somewhat singular that daguerreo types cannot be taken in Europe, equal to those taken in the United Slates. A ship in the Persian Gull, in the course of 20 months, had her copper incased with (living coral to the thickness of two leet. On the 6th inst., it is said Judge McClure iremarked that more men in Pittsburg car .ried pislols than carried watches. He who swallows up the suhstance o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 December 1850

'"WUPJWIJPWJIN'W1' SUU5Uinr.AiMEi0AAiNl) SlIAAiOKIN JOUHNAL. ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER. 1. El' SIN! T U V I'M K DIGESTIVE! PLUIS?, GASTRIC JUICE ! , 'aohbatdtspepsia otrnEB, rnmml from KfiVNET. or Hie footl r'tntnar', of It.., Ox nller direction, of HAfU UF.HH;. Ihr m-it ll.v.i,..riri.l Chemist, by J. P. IIOI Ull TON, at D., No. II, North r.ijihlli Street, Philadelphia, F). Thi. l truly wotnlvlal rinir.ly for lXDICF.sV.'ioN, dyspepsia, jaiwiuci:, uu:it complaint, CONSTIPATION, 0111! DKMltJTY, Caring uiti-r Na lure', own method, by Nature's own ociu, the Uaitric Joiee. Cf Half a tcaspnonfiil of -lii Fluid, itu'ttfivil in wnu-r. will dig:t or dissolve, T ivt IViaii !. of ll.,ast Ei-ef in tboat two li.'ur, put of fie rtomuh. DIGESTION. "T""vlC,F5TrON is clih'iiy pot furiuei! :t II f ft unarli by the J uitl t i n Ibnl wltiju tree! i:xi;.ic!i t;oi'.. the i.u:-. r, .1 01 that ornu. when mi a s-tnie'iif lu'a:::i, n'W :t me O.-st. :e Jtttco. Tuis tliu.l is tliti Oic.it S.'UPiil ui' tlie. r-...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 January 1851

f t II .( iMnl I I I. ,Ui i ,u; .: . '1 aw .sru 'i H. B. MASSER; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. l jFamUu ilciuspapci-Dctootcu to ajolMes, SLftcrnturr, fWornUtj?, jrorefflit anB Domestic ileitis, Scfrnc ajti tivt arts, aarfculturr, -fHamts, grmusnnrnts, NKW Sb'.H.KS VO!,. .1. NO. J I. SUM HUH Y. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. EATUHDAY, JANUARY 4. 1 8.11. OLD SKR1 KH VOL. II. AO. is. reeve -xvy""'- R3g AMERICAN. tJ:N-B k3 TliUNSOF lllti 4MHKICH. THE AMERICAN is pnliliirinl .very 9turrlai- at TWO DOI.I.AliS primi...m i, ImmI hulf yearly n tctvaiiM, N. paper eie.nitlnued until u ""' " '!?,',,' id Ih. Acomrm..iic,,lur,ir letter. ' '"""''J .r"" 10 "" Act, to iiuur attention, " rusr ' Mu TO OI.IB3. Tare, eopit to on Mri, o0 3 S0 0 titm tit the American. On 8w of ""' S """' Kretv suLaocn""1' i"'l'oi, On Squar, 0'llh fSia month, a!i,.Y-M,Crd- of Fiv .n. P aiwum, M.rX'.t. " "Ih.r., advert.....:! hr th tWnt .dvetti.eme.il weekly. OT !' Atverlimeii, ft 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. — 4 January 1851

From tht I'hilidtl;ihia 'Spirit of tin Tirr.ss "J PARTIZA.N CONSPlRAtlL. On Tuesday 1st the, Pennsylvaniiiti enter tained it readers wilti snother of its myste rious giving out upon the Tariff. Thisprcu liar and disinterested article in nil cloaked tin tier the cover of an assullbpon General Cam eron. Two things have recently e.xctted tome surprise and wonderment in the minds cf the few readers who toil through the emp ty but noisy leaders of tins antiquated lady. One it the ferocious a virajjo-like spirit with which It assail General Cameron, and the other its sudden and unexpected desertion of ihe principle involved in theTarifTof '46, and its no less urdetit nflaction for the principle of frotection for Pennsylvania' great pro sluois, Coal and Iron.'- ' , This, we s.ir, lint excited surprise, but we should say not to many not to those who know tho history of the paper the history of those who are connected with it; who know hovr it was established under its present man agement, a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 January 1851

' "' SUNBlfrlY AMEUICAN aND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. THE CARRIER'S' ADDRESS, To tht Palms 0 tht AMERICAS,. , jANUmf 1, I7M A sornt New Year dawne upon out view, A happy New Year may it I to you ! Oft may the carrier, in his annual rounJ, ' See peace and plenty at your hearth-stout hound: And, M age Rntly eteala your etrentti away, And eilvcre o'er your raven heads with gray, Find you lottcriiij. through weal or ill, To immortality end honor still. I greet you nnt with politic or n'.oj Of generals, itnlMmen or their (lory. But with narrative of olden lima fptm, as the custom i. in homely rhyme And he your pittance as niy muse lakes winj ! The Lkoend or tup. Bloody Sriusu Bright sunset lingers on the western hilU, A Hood of golden liht the valley CM. The Susquehanna's radiant waters throw Buck to the sky in Joy, its criinsin glow. T)im gro-.v the shadows ill the woodlan I deep Where the wild pisrenn seeks hi" plnre of sleep ! Soft steals the Nun's last slant ind filling rati Thrmigh the grap...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 January 1851

i I I I I I i I i i j I i I A STRING OF lTJMS. It it understood that Mr. At wood will decline tht Democratic nomination lor Governor of Nw Hampshire. TreNTicR, of the Louisville Journal, pre umeitbat the South Carolinian will Ibrbid Iheir mariurn iireiiug by the north star! Thc printeri of New York are to hnr a . Tratilt tin Supper on the 17th of January. It will be a splendid affair. The numbera on the door platen in Broadway, New York, have now reached 41 1 ,000," extending up to 27th street. It was $1,200 that Mile Lind bestowed upon the Orphan Asylums ol Richmond 1 100 each. Tbrms persons recently killed fifty-five alligators in one hour, on the Red river in Louisiana. Mr. Wslton, the persevering borer of the Artesian well at Charleston, lias reach ed a depth of 1)52 feet, without limling wa ter. Dry business. The massacre at Aleppo is said to have bten occasioned by a Romuii Catholic pro cession, which oll'ended the Turkish population- The Pittsburg American notices an arri val...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 January 1851

IT w JL II. B. MASSER, EDITOll AND PllOPlUETOIL OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. N RY AMER 1 SI jFamfla llctospaprr Dctootcl. to 3JolfUts, aftcrnturt, JUowlft!, jortfrjit an Domestic ileitis, Scfntcc an the arts, aorfculturr, jtiaihcts, amusements, ,Vt. SUXUUKY. NM)liriIUMHKIiLAM) COUNTY. PA.. EATT 1M1AY. JANUARY n. 18.71. NEW SU1UKS VOL. , NO. I'i. ti:bjis or the amehmm:. TIIK AMERICAN is pnMishnl .very Aitunlay nt TWO DOLLARS per minimi to lie .ai.l half yearly in ".bailee, Ne paper iliac mtinueil until m rrT:ii.i nrr pu.l. All commiiiiiculioiUMr lctlr.'ii lnii.ic Muling to tin office, to iiuure nttrnli"ii. mutt Uk l'tisr 1 AIL). TO CU'JM. Tare enpira to one adilren", Seven U 1 Il.t Do .1li" iiu jii mi . linen " " . . ..... ; Five l"l!nra in mlvauco win pay mr mre. ; ".....,,, tlon to Hit American. One Stonnie of 10 line". 3 tinma, Evmv aiiliseiuenl hntertinn, On. .tire, il month", Six m"iitlii Out vear, Ruiilim Canlanf Five linen, per milium, M.rehant. anil other"...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 January 1851

GOVEKNOIl'S MKSSAUK. To the Honorable the Senator, ami MmUr,"T?lto l,iive ' " of the House of Representative of tha Hen tral Assembly : Fellow Citizeni: A renewal of expres sion of pratitnde to the Almiyhly Father, lor hismauirold mercies and protecting influen ces during the past year, and the utterance of a prayer "in spirit and in truth." for the continuance of these blessings, well become it people who habitually acknowledge thn su perintending care of the just nnd merciful God. The abundant harvests of Ihe lale sea son, the irenernl exemption of the conimuni- IV rW"l UineHW, I U liipiiuj niy li.iimi- ; ' r .i... '. j ' ii .u: i.:.. i. i lion 01 ine c.ou mry, in " ihiur w iih-ii vun- i ler happiness amf rational contentment, in- creased fac.ililies of education, and Ihe en- joyme.it of religious privilege in its purest form, admonish us anew, that Ihe destiny of this people and irnverument is directed by Ihenowerof a Snprme Huler whose kin.ll'v Hie power 01 a ouimiiic nmrr v mw ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 January 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. PENNSYLVANIA LKGISLATt RE Sesslon 1M1. SENATE. 1. Philadelphia City William A. Crahb, Benjamin Matthias. 2. Philadelphia County Pertr B. Saicnj, Thomas S. Fernon, Thomns H. Forsyth. 3. Montgomery Joshua Y. Jones. 4. Chester and Delaware IT. J. Broole. 5. Berks Henry A Muhlenberg, fi. Hucks Tlenjamin Malone. 7. Lancaster and Lobanon Jos. Konip mnelitr, Daniel Slinr. 8. Northumberland and Dauphin Robert I M. Frick. 9. Northampton and I.ehiSh-l nra.i m- ner 10. Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne No Representative. 11. Adams and Franklin- 77kmis Carson .12. York Henry Fulton. I ii r,mKri I fiml Perry-Joseph Buily. j ..... l i 14 Centre Lycoming, Sullivan ami Clin- j ... u'n'i . i tun-m. J. Packer. ,,, 15. Blair, Cambria and l!Ut,Sdo-..A. trt A. M'Mmtrie . , . Columbia - - 16. Luierne, Montour and Charles R. Buc.knlew ' 17. Bradford, Susquehanna and Wyoming (Jeorse Sanderson. i 18. TWa, Potter, M'Kenn, Elk and Clear- i field-Jolin W. Guernsey. Timothy ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 January 1851

bi.1!" f" SUNliUllY AMEUlOAiN AND SHAMOKiW JOUJiiN'AL. AXi)T!n:iis"ii:xTiF:c wonueu. TUP SIN! T II K T H t I! GASTRIC JUICE ! A GREAT DYSrErSIA CUr.SXt, l'reimnsl from RKWK'P, nr llie fourth Stomneli nf llie (fx aficr direction" of 11AHON' l.ll-.IIIH, I he. grcnt l'hyl..l'Hl Wienil-I, 1.y .1. S. HOnillTOX, M. 1)., No. II. North Kigtith Wrecl. Philadelphia, l'n. Thie ia a truly wonderful remedy for IN)h;KTION, DYSI'l-JPHA, JAIM'ICI'.. I.1VKI1 COMPLAINT, COXSTH'ATH.N, and PKHII.ITV, taring after Nn- . lura'l own uiclhod, ly Xuturi-' awn agonl, tlici (ortrir Juieis. IIhIC n te;up.oniul of this Fluid, infused in Trntsr, will digest or il'avolvc, I'lve I'innttI nf lluupt Heef in about two hur., out of tlii- Momm-h. DIGESTION. Tin-'STllN i" chiefly performed m h Ftomnvh by th I ) net ! Hti'il Wliicli itvtly rxii'!-l Hem the inner nut m licit 'tr-.viti. win ii in a Maty "I henhh, railed the linsti ic Jnier. Tutf !lmd is the limit Sdvrnt nf the I'. -oil, t tie I'uriivini'. I'riv r i ;ttr. u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 January 1851

N ICAN H. B. MASSED, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a JFamlla Jlttospapcr-Dttotrt to Jjolltlcs, 2Lftrraturc, iKornlKg, iFovcffln ano DomcsMc uttos, -Scfcitcc and the arts, aorlcttltuir, JtMructs, amusrmmts, t. SUN UUUY. NOIf I'll U.MDKIH.AN I) COUNTY. I'A.. r'A'l Vl-IDAY, JANUAUY M. Ih.TI. OLD SKR1KS Vol,. 1 I. NO. 7. NEW S Hit IKS VOL 3. NO. 4. AM BR i ma TEWttS OF TI1K AMISKICA'. TllE AMKRICAN i ptMiilil nvrry SWurrtiy nt TWO IMM.I.AHS per milium In Iw p"l half yearly in iiilviini-e, No panel iliaC'Nitiiiunt until am. nrrrriit nre piinl. All riHiiiniinii-ntioii. ..r Icll-r. ""'"; h8 tn Uu offiv,ln iiiurtmtiilii. liiunt M I'll! I IAIO. TO tl.l lirt. Tsrra copit-a In ran wlilriw. r'ltlll 1" I'" . , . Five Hollnra in minium will ptiy l"i lliree ' ulwiv tion to lli American. One Planai e of 10 linen. 3 linlcii, Everv aulwiineiit iiiaciiinn, lni Sl'iurr, 11 month", Hit innnllia, Oua vear, Hiimiipu Canla nf Five lliie". P''f annum, M.rrhnnm unit ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 January 1851

SUNBUllY AMEIUCAN AND SHAMOKlfl JOUKiNAL 1)1 N.MR TO CAPT. K. M. MATHEWS. The dinner, July announced, given by the municipal authorities nnd citiz-n! of Phila delphia, lo Capt. R. B. Malhcws. of ihe Liver pool iteam propeller Cily of Glngow, in lion or of the arrival of that vessel nt o"f P0'', took place at the Chinese Museum on Sal nr. day evening. This hull is, we believe, the largest in America, being upwards of 230 feet lonir; and wide table with ample elbow room and passasea were laid in it lor ihe ac commodation of moro than ciyht hundred pueals. Great pains hud been taken by Ihe Coinmilleo of Arrangemenls Id secure lo eve ry one a proper seat, giving of course lo dis tinguished slrangera places nearest the table, at which the President of iho dinner, Major Gilpin officiated as the immediate host of ! Captain Malhews. Grace having been said by Hishnp Poller Ihe company sat down to partake of I ho ful- ' lowing bill of fare ; First Course Fish: linked Hook, a la j Chambord ; C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 January 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. TIIIRTY-FIRST CONdRrsS-Sfconil Session. Washington, Jan, 14- llorjR. The House, on assembling, went into Committee of the whole on the state of the Union, am! took up the bill to reduce and modify the rates of postage. The question pending wan a motion of Mr. Fowler to strike out five and insert two cents prepaid on letters, instead of the amendment of Mr. Carter to make a uniform rule of five cenls prepaid. Mr. Williams would not vote for less than five cenls prepaid. This, he said, would ob viate the necessity of so large a clerical force to attend to mails received and sent. Mr. Fowler's amendment was rejected Yens 67. nnvs 8!. Mr. Sockett proposed an amendment on let ters not more than live hundred miles, two cents ; not more than one thousand mile-, threo cents ; not over two thousand miles, five cenls ; all over, ten cents. Rejected Mr. Vinton offered an amendment, with a view of establishing a uniform rale of three cents, if prepaid, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 January 1851

r" SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKiiN JOURNAL A STlUNGOFJTJf MS. Rats and other vermin are kept from grain by a sprinkle of garlic when packing. The MEncmY stoood five degrees below zero, in porlland, Tuesday. Cot.uMnrs, Onto, has a population of 17, SG7; in 1840 it was 6.01S- Satire should not be like a saw, but a sword ; it should cut, not mangle, London haslwo millions of inhabitants; Paris a little over a million. Tuey have a hoj; at Washington with sis legs, four hams, and two tails. rMins nrc wiml to urge us o'er llic wave; IUnsnn the rudder, to tlirwt or wive. At FnANco.NiA, N. II., the mercury Ml to 3(5 degrees below aero on the 31st tilt, Tun PnorntETon of the Minesota Pion eer has issued a prospectus for a daily pa per at St. Paul. Mrs. Forrest and her sister, Mrs. Vnor hies, are employed ns vocalists in the choir ot Trinity Church, New York. Tup. consumpliori of Pitsburjr. coal in Louisville, duriua the past year, is estima ted at 2,000,000 bushels. The Court of Rome has eiv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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