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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 January 1851

tTh tt ink tkt MmWwn AMER SUN H. 15. MASSER, EDITOlt AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFamfln ilttospnptr-DrtotrU to VolWts, aftrraturr, iWornlfty, jrorrton m& Borarsuc iictos, Stfcittr an the arts, acrfculturr, JHiuUcts, amusements, fvt. NEW SERIES VOL. 3. NO. 4i. SUXnUltY, NOIlTlIUMIHiULANl) COUNTY. PA.. SA'JTKDAY, JANUARY 23. 18.11. (11.1) SERIES VOL. I, ISO. TERMS OP TCIE AMEItlCAtV THE AMKRICAN i nhli"h-it .very Siitiiritny nt TWO DOIXAHS per nmiuin In lir piihl hull' yearly in nilvmice, No naner ilitonlhmeil until AM. air.-rng nre pnid All communieiiliiin. or letter on I""1"; T to th Alee, to iiiuraltiiii"n, must lie I'tJM 1AIU. TO CM'BS. TKret copict tn one wMrem, J''' Fivo iMIart in a'tvnnce will pny fur three year's tubtctip lion to the American. On Souaie iif in linen. 3 timet, t) 00 Ererv SMlincunenl tiisrrili'lt, cnt Square, '6 months, Six mnntlis, e)s. year, Juainera Cants of Five tinea, per nnnnin, M.rrhant. ami nihera. iiilvcrtisi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 January 1851

g,-J"J''li-J.I.'J I I It 9 '''l!3H'-?JRL'lfJUWJJ5'illL1l!l.1 "JSUNBUilY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N j OU JliN AL. lOMMOMAtAt.tll VS. IMIKIl STATICS HANK. On Wednesday Inst, in tlio District Court of PhiUxtolphia, before Judge Shiuswood, the mil of the Comitiouwealli atfainet the Hank of the United Slates was brought to a conclu sion, eo far as the determination of tho facts is concerned, by a verdict for llio plaintiff fur 1,203,750.000. To tho sagacious, ener pwlic action of the present accounting officers, Messis. Nickel oml Purviance, the rescue of this immense sum is to be attributed. It will bo recollected thai by the charter of tho Dank, a charter wrung finm the Legislature by the clamorous solicitation of tho moneyed interests, aided by the no less engrein nrgru. riieuts of the bank itself, it was provided that in lien of luxation, and as the price of the franchise sold bv the Plate, the bank should piy to the State Treasurer for tho use of the common schools, tne sum of two milli...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 January 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. TBIRTY-FlnST C ONCHESS. Second Session. Washington, Jan. 17, 1851. Mr. Hall moved to lay Uia Mil on the ta ble. ' Mr Jones called for the rending of the bill ll provide for a postage) of three cents on each letter not weighing over half nn ounce --no post-office oj postroute to be diseontin" ticit, or compensation for Postmasters to be diminished in consequence of tho passage of this bill. ' On printed matter of no greater weight than two ounces, tuio cunt. Round books Hot weighing over two mmcps to be deemed mailable matter. Newspnpeis delivered within tho flute where, they are printed) chargeable wilh only half of the foregoing rates. No poslniie on those mailed to Bclual subscribers in the county where they are printed, or within thirty miles from the place of publication. Fifty per cent, to be deduct ed from the postage on magazines, when prepaid. Three cent pieces made throe fourths sil ver, one fourth copper. Stamps as now, to be provided...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 January 1851

I III LJ ... 1 JJIU1I1- - JLilWUg-'Lii" SUNBU11Y AMERICAIN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. A STRING OF ITKMS. Fac to face, the truth cornea out. To Make an enemy, loan a friend $5. One of the aublimest things in the world is plain truth. The population of Richmond city Va., is 27,483. How is it possible to swallow a door ? Give it tip 1 Why, by bolting it of course. Not a singlo death occurred at Atkinson N. H., Inst year. Tho population is COO. A mind that is conscious of its own recti tude, disregards the lies of common report. No sweeter music than the singing of a tea-kettle. Qvef.n VicToniA lias def-igncd a carpet for the fair of 1851. Tioga county has a population of 23,037 j being an increase, in ten years, of 813S. Choose a calling, that is adapted to your incliii-.ti.in and natural abilities. Up about Rutlaiul, Yt.. they have snow six or eight feet deep. A ulack lead mine has been opened in New Hampshire. In Texas, according to the census, the slave population numbers one third. A co...

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

1 V.1 NBURY IT. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. AMERICAN. NEW SKKIKS VOL. S, NO. 45. TBBMOPTaBAJIBBICAV I Tim AMERICA i piiMished .very Snturdjiy at TWO Thre copici to one ddrc. 10 0" on 11O rirtee.il w f , ,ilte. rFa,'alul)Kli Kivc dollar in b 1 Hilt nnvv " tiu M the AnuTicun. On SmiMPoflft linen. 3 times, tverv nliqet infill"", One Sqtmrr, ii iwmHrt Six month) SnTi'canl. f Five line, per ","""' ?Ur"h".....l "then.. '' vcr7ill. the privilenf " inserting die . '. i;.-,it weekly. 81 0(1 S3 3HI 4. TO 0( aoo 1000 hr i;, ;Vi Adviwi n. per irreein,i. ATTOKN H Y AT I. A V. . W.TUKY, I A. Business intended loin Hie Comities of ,N',r .liuinbciUnd, l i.io.i, I.ycniin. '"'J Columbia. K.e.e, lt r. & . ' I..V ! K A -S lltiIol I'.'.ih.l. J new (c;oois, AT THE STOEE OF "WTIIO takes this mcilieil of inforinip.!i his friends and customers, that he has just re ceived mid opened a splendid assortment f ni-:v COOKS, which be offers to the jinMir i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 February 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMUK1JN JUUJlflAL.. sta; ny and r.nir rtoAi. Wo evtract tho following articles from the Eiio Gazette. They will bo of interest to thoso who have earnestly looked forward to tin construction of the great work alluded to. ,:Tha newspapers along the survoyed route ot l ho Suulmry ami Erie Railroad are cn dcvming to awaken the public mind and especially the mind of Philadelphia capital-j.-ts to a seriso of its vast impoitnnr.o. Tlipy truly ar;;m! that no improvement could be made which would so much benefit Penn sylvania gcnrially, and Philadelphia par ticularly, ami thai its speedy construction is demanded by considerations of the highest public, interest. The Clinton Democrat, pub lished at Lock Haven, on (ho Susquehanna. in urging tho enterprise upon the attention of Thil.nlclphians, says: "We confess we would like to see our city cousirs open the way to the Lakes. We have mountains of wr.Jih along the route wealth which will only bum out with the sun, as has ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 February 1851

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. iUttsIjmgton Ncrus. TiiiBTV-rinsT eosr.nE--wni Hslon, Washinatoh, Jan. 23. House. Committees were called on for report, and the House paused a bill to enable n old Revolutionary soldier to locate two pieces of land script. Mr. Johnson, of Tenn., from the Committee on Agriculture, reported a bill to eneoiimse agriculture commerce nnd manufactures, by giving to every head of a family one hundred and sixty acres of land, provided they culti vate the same for a certain period. Mr. Johnson moved the bill be refored to the Committee of the Whole on the slnte of the Union, and said this bill oueht to have passed instead of tho Homily Lund Bill of Inst session, which pave forty-eicht millions to soldiers not previously provided for. His scheme would have kept out of the hands of Shylocks a largo number of warrants, nnd been of more benefit to those who are bodily able to cultivate the soil. He would pivo to the old soildier who was not able to cultivat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 February 1851

SUN15UKY AME1UCAN AND S11AM0K1N JOUKNAL. A STRING OF ITiCMS. A l.E.tn mine lias been discovered in Cali fornia. A men nilvcr min hrts ben discovered in California. The Western ling Inula has fallen off this year 6 i 9,000 lioad. In California l;tf ly, tlio body of a man waa found, pierced w ith 70 wounds. IiET.ir.Mnr.n. Brnvity in an editor's sanc tum, like call upon an egg, gives a flavor lo the mutter being difcutscd. Thkrb aro fifty thousand adult pei-bons in Indiana who cannot road or write. Cause shameful condition of tho public school sys tem. fij.i-isrfi.. To prers against the fourth but ton of ymir vr..-4 ilia palpitating heart that be longs to a pair of sky-colored ryes, and a low necked spencer. At a cori rE house yesterday, arashyounj man mn.lca bet that he could eat three crack eis in five minulei. lie broke out thro teeth and lost the waycr. A wtTNsj in a Court of justice, being as ked wh.-.t kind of ear nia,ks the hops in (UL'.slion had, replied, "he had no particular ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 February 1851

AMIBTTAN IT T ITh ! 1 0 ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. If. B. MASSER, EDITOll AND PROPRIETOR. a jamfly siciusp.ipcr-Dctootcti to 2JoIftfcst aftcvaturc, -iWnUt!?, jForrffl" nvto Domcstfc iictos, Scfntcc flirt the sms, aorfculturr, SHnrRCts, amusements, fcc. NEW S lilt IKS VOT,. 3, NO. 40. TIIK AMKKICAN la ouMiar.e.1 .very turd;iy " TWO t)OI.I.AKf per nrmmii ti lie hI half yearly in advance, No paper dine .iiIii.ii.hI until AU. Brreri.rca arc .l. . All co,..i.,i.nic,i..on. .,f Irti. . I."-.; reht..,S ' Jhce, to in.ure alicmi 'ii, imit -e I tip AlU. TO (.1.1 US. Three copica to one aiMrew. '' .'" ir, u .& Yto",.ln i Ivauee will ry f' "" yeufa.ubacip- tieu to the American. One female of 10 lin". 3 '. '.'J? Kverv uli'.ii.iiii infill"", n Si.it.'i U months, Via month", BuIi.r"'c..M of Vive It..-, per -mi.im, V. "l ...! ,ul,era. udvertlMli by the ,1'HI I.jII (II 'II 300 v.r. with the pr.vil.tite -' . .'ert.np dil- f.r-nt .lvcrti.M.icU. weekly. 10 00 IV lrgci Adveit....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 February 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. LAITA1 COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. . OIR rtllLIC WORKS. The annual report of the Canal1 Commis sioner of this State has been published, and Rives n true expose of tlie condition nnd np. rratioti of the public works. It is a lenclhy document ; ond we are compelled to condense it ns much as possible to give it place in onr columns. We have prepared the following interesting synopsis: The pros receipts on all the lines of canal nnd railroad belonging to the Commonwealth, for lheyeHrendingthe30.Nov. 1850, amount ed to $1,768,209 46, and the expenditures (or ordinary repairs breaches, including the cost of the temporaiy means of maintaining the passaee for boats across the Susquehanna river Ht Clark's Ferry, to Jt8o7, 228 ; showing nn excess of receipts over expenditures of the sum of $910,931 46. The net receipts of 1850 exceed those of 1849 by S36,204 61. The report states that the past year has been remarkable for high freshes with which several lines...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 February 1851

t 93K 0 "' rEHRITLVANIA tCniSLATlIRB '' esslsalfsl. ., . Hahrhburo, Feb. I SmT. Petitiomt nnd Remonstrances. Petition asking for the repeal of Ihe law Jlrohrbiling the circulation of notes under the denomination of five dollars, issued by bank In other State than Pennsylvania. One against the repeal of the kidnapping laws. Billi Introduced One In extend the juris' diction of Justices of the Peace; one to au thorize the erection of three bridges near Reading. HocsR. The House was called to order by Speaker Cessna, and proceeded to business, ; Billi Reported. Bill authorizing the Go vernor to subscribe fur 300 copies of Peter A. ftrntlfnn'a wnrk Oil Sheen and Wool ; a bill to extend to the Commonwealth the provis ions of the law which limits suits against sureties on official bonds to seven years. Negative Reports. Negative reports were made on the bill relative to the fees of Alder men and Justices of the Peace, and the bill , relative to voluntary assignments for the ben fit of cred...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 February 1851

..mm, ii i ii ! i l i .'.I mi ii i i JJ.U I 1UL" ' , ., iF "g?! SUNBURY AMERICAN ANDSHAMOIUN JOURNAL. A STRING OF ITKMS. Lore, and 1ot only, ii lha loan for love. Ui lw nd physio only in caaea of abso liita neoesiity. IIovses (ire said to be scarce and rents high In Lancaster. Over half the population of St. Louis are foreigners. Orses, like chikens, generally come home to roost. There is no peace-maker like a good din ner. Physical DimcvLTr. Putting a blister on a hedgehog. Dobbs says tailors would make splendid dragoons they charge so. It is eRsier to resist our bad passions a' first than after indulgence. To reform measures, there must be a change of men. Connecticut has 1700 common schools and 700 churches. A Polar whale, upon an average, yields about 120 bbls. oil. Counterfeit monet is increasing every, where possibly because genuine is so sea ice. A new variety of French watches, that run fifteen days after being once wound up, are in the market. Four-storv shirt collars are a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 February 1851

It A M 1 ft I C A N. etoS - ' : : . .. : . .' ... IT. BMASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. d Jf .tjufly sictospapcr-Dcbfitrt to ftoUUrs, JLHcraturt, wralUa, irovdau ana Domestic sictos, science tn& the arts, ftrjrftulture, jwnrfcets, amusements, Set. IKVV SKRIKS.VOL. 3. N. 4 7. SUXUUIIV, NORTI1U3IBEULAM) COUNTY. PA.. KATLKDAY, FEBUAKY Iff. 18.11. OLD S15H1E8 VOL. I I, NO. 21. 5 "fcsW'jO il 'fEiiMs of r tills A.nrKiCA. TlIK AMKItlC.W is ini'iiinhwl .very Saturilny nt TWO DOLl.AKH per atmnm l.i he ri.l l",lf ye"r,v '" i"1'"'1! jjl einimiiiiu-Htii.il r letl on '"""IT?" .'!:''"" ,0 ISos, So insure sUeiilion, must PJff 1 A1U. th. TO LTjIMS. 'ITkn eqriies to one sddres., . n- 1)4 5u' IV 0' """" r. . i i.i 4ii ii Fir" !' "''' '" W f" thr,! vesi'ssubsctip W19S 1U WIC Emu On. Saueie nf 10 liito, 3 limc, Evety sulisoqneut insertion, On. Squ.re, 3 Jiiuiltlll, n tromtn, (On. rur. fjuainess CernW Five line., per milium, JC.rthmut. uid other., oilve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 February 1851

SUNliUllY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1JN JOUKNAL. THE SEVENTUtPI If EAR WCIIH. According lo the prtfcriMlication of those acquainted with the subject, we are to hate, during the coming summerJ In this visitation of the .even.oen yearlocns.f The following from ... article by Dr. Gideon B. Smith, of Baltimore, on the subject, iseuiion and in teresting : ... i In the whole tongs of natural history ihem is nothing more strange than Hie fact, which has boen established with much certainty ns any fact in astronomy ever was, that a little insect not as largo as the smallest ant shall pass into the ground and remain thoro eTcutren wars and emeigo in the form of a comparatively large insect ; or, that a certain tribe of insects shall appear hero in immense numbers numbers almost equal to those of the sands on the sea shore exactly once in seventeen years, always in the same monlh, almost on the samn day and same hour. It is indeed wonderful, but it is nevertheless true. Another fact, equally strange...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 February 1851

T v ARRIVAL OF THE GEORGIA. NEARLY A MILLION IN 60LD. Th United Slnlet Mail steamship Georgia Lieut D. D. Porter, commander, arrived at 1W York on Salurduy, from Chagren, via the Havana, with three hundred and fifty-five passenger, and the Pacific mails. The Georgia brings $106,000 in gold dust and 8700,000 in hands of passengers. The steamships Carolina and Columbus had arrived at Panama; the former willi three liundred passengers, the latter with three nundred and fifty. The steamer Columbia had also arrived at Panama, from the United States. The Georgia sailed from Chngres on the S8lb, wilh five hundred and seventy -five pas winters. Transferred two hundred and twenty-live, for New Orleans, to the Falcon, at Havana. Arrived at Havana on the night of the 1st, km cuuld not enter until mornm-i. Sailed again on the nishi of the 3d, nl 8 o'. clock, by special permission, and made hi-r run to New York in fuur days and three hour. The steamship Pacific was to leave Chn gres for New Orle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 February 1851

'JtAr- T"V-'J7J 'WW ''1HtTff"U. ' 1' r 1 ' L SUJNBUliY AMEKiCAJN AJND SHAM O KIN JOUKNAL. ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC VOJIUER PEPSIN! THE TRUE ' digestive fluid, GASTRIC JUICE ! A GREAT DYSPEPSIA CUKE17, erl from P.EWET, or tiie fourth Stomach of tkt after directions of BAKOM laT.HIO, the great VMogical Chemist, by J. 8. HOl'HHTON, M. D., No. 11, North I'.ighth Street, PIiiltclihia, l'n. This is truly wonderful remedy r.r INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUND1CK, LIVKIl COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION, and DEBILITY, Curing after Na ture'! own method, by Nature'a owu agent, the Gastric Juice. tV Half toupoonful of this Fluid, infused ill water, will digest or dissolve, Fm Pouiuls of Hoost Beef lu about two hears, out of the Hnnisch. DIGESTION. DIGESTION ia chiefly performed in tbe stinncli by the aid of a Quid which freely exudes from the inner out oi lliat onui, when in a state of health, culled the liustris Juice. Thin fluid ia the Great Solvent vi tlia Komi, the Hurliylng, Preserving, rind Siimnlnting Air...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 February 1851

L AM E R II. I?. MASSEK, KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. S3 ifamdn iirtospnpa -DcbotcH to 3Jol(tca-, literature, ittoralus, iforcfun aim DomcsUc dittos, Scfcnct ana the arts, Slarfculture, inutWs, Slmusements, fcc. NEW SKIM KS V)I.. . NO. 4 p. SUMJUKY, NOIITIIU.MIJKIILAM) COUNTY, PA., EATUBDAY, FEIMUAHY 22, 18.11. OI.I SKR1KS VOL. 1 I, NO. 13. R Y ICA1N. N T S3 It 3 IN OS-" Villi AMKItlCW. THE AMElltCANin pnliiishnl .eery tsmir.ln- nt TWO iHll.l.Alt: pernimnin lo lie pniil liulf yearly in ntlvunce, No paper uiseoniiiuiiil until all arremaes are paid. All coinniaiiiciitioiisnr leiiera on t.ieine reeling to Hit tlJict, to insure attention, iiiimt We POST PAID. To L'LLliSi. Three conies to one aiklres, '"n S.ren 1). Jn 1 FiiWi Do '"' Kivo iMInr. in advance will pay for tliret rent's (ubscrip" tion to the American. ()n Sonaie of 10 lines. II times, ftveiy nli!e!tient insertion, On. !ipnire, 3 ii.ntUj Six months, tin. veur, WuniiieiD Cunts of Tir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 February 1851

i v-riHr rojoniiss-n.coiMi faioii. Washington, Feb. 1 7, 1351. Si..;Tfi. Mr. l'olell presented (he creden tial ol L wis C.i, re-elected U. S. Seunlor i". .; 1 1 Urilll, for (he lei m of SIX JBttl i'lOlll tin- !'..'' ;.Iiiu h next. Mr. Miler pree'nted ft petition for a line i f .cjii'. I" All ica. -Ir. Hamlin pr---n.ii lit a petition asking I1:. : t:;iv..! er:A Lb seiif'to btinif the Amer. ic-ms i 1 1 n 1 1 -, who are now at Culiforuiu, w illi oiil lh means of returning. Mr. Hamlin presented a pel it ion from llio citizens nf I lie Stale of Maine praying for the repeal or modification of the furtive slave law. It was referied to the Judiciary Com ini'toe. Mr. HntliT miJ lie did not earn whether ihe petition was referred or lint he would have! nothing: to do with Iho subject the law r.ibhl he repealed or not. Mr. Butler considered the net of the las.1 ewion iim temporary oblablcs only in the way of (he stream of fanaticism. He had said at tlm Inst session ami now, that he would have n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 February 1851

, fa Nil EAT KVCITEMIiNT I BOSTON. Arrest of Another Fuizitivt Slave and his Hectic by a Mob. Boston, Kub. 15, 1851. Deputy Marshal Kilcy, nnil nssis'nnt", nr Vested nt Corn Hill Colfee House, lo-clny, o:ib Frederick Wilkins, n ncrjro waiter, on n war" rant Issued by th.) Cuitcd States Commission r, 0. T. Curtis, on a conplninl thnt said YVilkir.s is a fmrilivp. lnvi. lie was taken with no opposition, nnd carried immediately 16 lliB U. S. Court room. The new of the arrest prcad rnpidly, nnd hfl Court room was speedily filled by a Inrse rrntvil nf ralber ptited sttecrarnr.. The munition, urtivevcr, went on .p.ieiiy. "-"' 5, Thomas ppeaie.1 fur the claimant) nml 1 Messrs. Small, lxlias Grey, Coring am! ollters Tor the defence. from the documents otTered by the claim tint, it appeared that the accused was the troperty of John Hebrew fnrfVr, in the. U. S. Navy, r Virginia, and that o rsrnped in May, 18-G. Tim deposition was to the e(ft ct that the ?amanl bad seen the prisoner in Voston ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 February 1851

T SUNliUKY AMERICAN AND SHAM OK IN TOUJINAL ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER PEPSIN! atf E TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, O R GASTRIC JUICE ! a GREAT DYSPEPSIA. ctrCSR, d from RENNET, or the fourth Stomach of tha rter direction, of BAKON I.IKUIO, tha graat iological Chemut, by J. !. HOUGHTON1, M. I., No. 11. North Elchth ftreet, Philadelphia, Pa. This is truly wonderful remedy for lNUKlKSTION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, UVl'.It COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION, ml DEBILITY, Curing after Na ture'a own method, by Nature's uwu agent, the Gastric Juics. f? Half a teasrinunfiil of this Fluid, Infused in water, will digeat or diasulve, Five Pounds uf Uunst Beef w about two hnurs, out of the stomach. 1)1(2 EST10N. DIGESTION It chicHy imrfnrmttl m tlir stnmneh fartli ! nul of ii lii ltd which I'rttely cxi tiles I'mm llic inner nmt m that orjriui. win n in u Mjtte of health, culled the Uunti i Juice. 'IVim fluid is tho tireitt rMvent of the KihkI, the I'urilyiiiK, iVre.trVHii;, ami Htiuiuluting Afftrnt of th lo nincli mil...

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