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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 July 1843

Ti:im? op tiic " amcuicax." If. B. MASSER, ? Pumtsmma aho JOSEPH EISKLY. $ Phopiiibtoiii. U. It. .W.Sf;, Editor. 'Ojjlct in Ctntre ,1ki, in the rear nf II. II. Mus ter' Store. THE A MEMO A N" iTpubfishcd every Satur lay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to lio miJ half yearly in advance. ISo papeffJiseolilin tod till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received Tor leas period than 'it momth.i. All communication or letters on rusiness relating to the otlicc, to insure attention, nust te POST PAID. jiu .in.. ,i ,. . '.yyyya Toiiclilii' these Hunker 1 1 11 1 Proceedings, nr "stiiaws," I rip in atonishmcnt ! Imlignnnt I've bin Hit t in : If ernnite could ert rabid, why I'd swear you'd all bin bitten ! Such tnorumrtilnl raptures! such A tiili'n' cl ullition ! Cold water's all you'll (fi t from me; PLccJ in this 'ere position ! Just state the cape. Old Mrs. Bull, As lives across the waters, In course of law arid natur', gets A set of saucy daugh'ers ; A rcg'lnr biltcr's doz' n all The world...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 July 1843

JaH U J i.'I'H.'liJIl roR TUB AMfRICAN. Mr. Ilall and his Challrnpf. Mr. Editor. : It is wild reluctance that I I . .1 g t t - 11 il. . repiy ig me communication of Mr. nan m i last number of your paper. It is not the man, but the cause, wich I hnvo already advocated in your Columns, that must bo my apology fur again obtruding myself upon public notice. F.ve ry body know, and Mr. llnll know, tlmt I did not challenge him to an oral discussion, but, merely acknowledged my ability to defend o certain position whenever lie- was ready to dis cuss it where! ofcourte in the American, in which the. controversy was being carried on. So much for his honesty in perverting my evi dent intention. He ia the challenger. An inefficient antagonist will always choose the. platform instead of the pen, because it is more difficult for the people in a running de late to weigh words and detect sophisms, and, crncle-like, he can "escape under cover of bin ambiguities. I know Mr. IlaH'sdisposition too well...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 July 1843

t-i..1.-1 xni THE KIDDIiUU. JUVENILB DEPARTMENT. Answer to Enigma of last work. Euaora, Am, Ahiica i Naw HiiLiAsn. geographical enigma. I dm compoed of forty-four letters. My SI, 8, 13, 24. (1, 8, 5S, 3!, is an oroiin. My 12, 29, 44 eie in tire artie region. My 27, 7, 5, B, ia a cspo on the const of 8. A. My I, 24, 5, 12, 4, 6, ia en isthmus. My 29, 27, 12, 13, 12, is a division in 8. America. My 29,27, 12, 6, 24, if a sea south of Asia. My 21, 13, I, 24, 6, it a river in Siberia. My I, 7, 6, i river in Europe, My 6, 12, 13, 2, is a river in Africa. My whole i a proverb, freqU' nily quoted, hut sel dom practiced. CoaarrTiojr. Pain cannot exist but from cor rupt particlea bring seated on the identical part yhcre the pain is eipericnccd. These corrupt par. tides, when in great quantity, are the positive cause of death. It ia a solemn truth that corruption terminal the existence of all created beings and the importance of its speedy removal from the body is of incalcul i. Me value. The...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 July 1843

II A IV It IV O T IS LIST. The following lint shows the current value of nil Pennsylvania Bunk Not. The mot Implicit re Saner my he placed upon it, a it U every week eor.fully compared with ill d corrected from Iii k nill's Reporter. Itnnks In tl)lta1clIilu. iw . - t . Disc, iv ilAIF. LOCATION. Pmi.. NOTES A T P A R. Rank of North Ameiiea . . Bnnk of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Bank of Penn'rt. .; , Farmers' and Mechanic' Dank' , Kensington Bank , , Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank S.mthwnrk Hank . Western Hank , , . Mrrhanirs' Unnk . Manufacturers' & Mechanics' nnnk" Country Han Us. Bmk of Chester County Westchester par par pnr u.r par pnr par pnr par pni par par par par par par par Bank of Delaware County Bank of Ocrmantown Rank of Montgomery Co. Doylrstown Hank Ertston Bank Farmers' Hank of Thick CO. f KVice of Hank of Petin'a. Oilier do do f'lTce do do Oi'ice do do Cheater Orrmnntown Nnrristown Doylestown Easlori Bristol pir llarrishtiig" Thrsc Lancaster I office He...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 July 1843

Trims or Tiii5j' amiziucak." H. 11. MA88KH, rwnttpnrmi , JOSEPH EISEI.Y. $ P norma as. , . IU nJSSKIl, Editor. I djicc in CentTx AlU fi, in the rear of 11. U. Mas- wr't Store.) THE ' AMEUIUA Si" hVpublishcd eery Satur day nt TWO L)C)LLAI!S per nnnnm to lie paid half yearly In advance. No injicr disconlin tied (ill Af.t arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period lli.m i mojth.i. All communications or li tlera cm business Muting to the office, to insure allunlioii, must ho POST PAID. The fo'lowinn beautiful hymn waa written fur a pic nic party of Pundny Srool children a few days ago: Piil Amrr. The Child's An?cl. Matt. 18. 10. rt nr.v. c. c. vjminPA i.e. There's nn angel bright, on resting wing, llov'ring fur up in tin- air, Waiting to hear his little child ring, Oi breathe its humble pray'r. Then sniflt "a pinion of thought ran fly, Thcsliea ami the stars above. Ha anara to the throne of ( on high, To hear hia tidings of love. And another nnscl jrood and fair, W...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 July 1843

ton TllK AMERICAN. A Rrplf to Rev. W. R. Smltli'i Kcrirw. 1 have read with some care a "Review of my strictures upon a communication from L D. L. on the subject of baptism, published In the American." The reviewer call himself "a scriptural Baptist." A sad niisnmnrr. The truth in, he is an anti-scriptural sprinkler, t nm free to confess, that I am not very inucU pleased with either the spirit or language of the reviewer. The spirit Is fnr from that kind, noble, generous and candid spirit that should ever characterise a religious reviewer, and es pecially the minister of the meek and lowly lesus. "I am distressed for thee, my brother Jonathan." The stjle is too much like the mere declamation of a wild, flippant bclligernnt. I cannot discover a redeeming principle about either the style, the spirit, the arguments or the attempted criticisms. The author of the "Review is the Rev. Mr. Smith, of Sunhury, Pastor of the Presbyterian church in that place, lie has certainly committed not a f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 July 1843

Tin: n i iu i, 1: it . JWBXTXX.il DEPARTMENT. Answer to Enigma of last week. "DrkR HOT WHTIl TO-MORHOW, TSUT WHICI T Ml HOJf TO-IUt. GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. I am composed of forty-five letters. My 40, 13, 4, 9, i an island in the Atlantic. My 8, 9, 38, la rape on the coaal of America. My 40, 3, 15, in, 4, 9, ia a city in Massachusetts. My 40,8, 9, 18, 2. SI, la town in Maine. My 1,7,4,21, 18, 7, ia a lake inN.Yoik. My 1 6, 7, 33, 27, 1 5, a a river in Oregon. My 3, 27, 4, 18, 8, ia a county in Pennsylvania, My 23, 12,27, 9, 7, 15, 7, ia an empire in Asia. My 40, 8, 1, 28, 8, 28, ia a city in Turkey. My whole ia proverb. Thi nnir wit to account for the Ilrandreih Filla being to eminently successful in curing every variety of disease, ia that they assist nature in ex pelling from the body alt thoae impure humor, which not only eaue hot produce di.eao. To thoae of a costive habit, this medicine ia in valuable, being the mildest and most effectual ca thartic that can possibly be administer...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 July 1843

. . , II A Mi. SOT K .1.1 ST. . The following list shows the current value of r.ll Pennsylvania Dunk Notes. The most implicit re liance may he placed upon it, as il lJ enry utrk carr fully compared With ai d corrected Iiom llik Dell's Reporter. Hank In IMillniiclplila. 11. . . - 1HAMF; . . t . I " LnCATIO. Piiii.au. mr ru par . par far fur par nr 'tit pal par NOTTS AT r A If. Rnnk of Nmlh Ameiica . Bunk nflho Northern Liberties Commercial Bank of Fenn's.. . , Farmers' ninl Mechanics' Bank . Krtixiucrton Bunk . . Fhiliidi-lphin Hunk . . Schuylkill Bank Sniithwark Bank , Western Bunk . . , Mci hanies' Bank . Manufacturers' & Mechanics;' flunk Country ItaiikN. Psnk nf Chester County Westchester par .u par par P.iiiik uf Delaware County Bank of f'Ifriii;ilitoxvii Hani; nf Mnnteomery Co. Doyb .-lonn Hank Canton Bunk" Farmi rs' Brink of Bucks co Ollice ol Hunk o( lVnn'a. ')l!ico do do Oilier- Jo do Olliru do do Chester (Sermnnlown Nnrristowii Do) lest own Bristol par par par Harrl-bui...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 July 1843

T1.I01S OF Till? " AMEIUG 4.X." 11. B. MASSEK, FvattsHKua in JOSEPH EI312L rNmicToiia. ,- . It. ,th1SiKH, Editor. . OJiee itt Centre'. ieJnlJte rear of II, H. Mas , - - ser's Store. , ; . . . , . THC" AMERICAN" it published every Satur Jay at TWO LOI,LAK3 . per annum lobe pniil hair yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a les period than nix months. All communicnliona or lutlera on business relating to the ullicc, to insure attention, mum 1 POST PAID. i . . f'q-" From the.Xew Ymk Mirror. How unconsciously, in the pure reverie of boy. hood, do the exquisite picture of the Bible lake form and coin, and enlarge and become vivid in the plow of imiqinntion ! Who ting not rat in church, and during the c ilm music of the voluntary, fed his thmmht upon i.imn passive of the suMime in Holy Wri', which, ju-t read, linger in his ear ? It was after aurh a dream, suggested by a passive of Scrpture, that we wrote the lines that follow ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 July 1843

A View nr London. Rom wa called the Mistress ol the World, yet in iU palmiest dsy vu not equal to Britain ia power or oominion ; nor can any of the benst-I 3 cities of ntiqtiity Carthage, Tyre, or Ax nndria, or in later timer, Venice or Genoa when their maratimc greatness w j in lis glory and their trade the wonder ftPd admiration of their respective ages not tine Can bear a mo ment's comariaon wit London. Britain's trade claims the whole habitable globe for it operation. Her colonic are placed in every direction were man can exist. Upon her do minion the sun never acts; her flag wave Upon every ea ; and a volume would be requir ed to detail the result of her mnratime enter prise and internal trade upon the aspect of the city which forme the centre of these mighty operations. In population, London is a nation in hercclf, the number of inhabitants has doubled in forty years, and now amounts to one million nine hundred thousand.' In 1613 it will contain two millions ! In length, from ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 July 1843

THE RIDDLEU, XITWEKXX.B SBPABTXCflNT. Ant wet to Enigma of latt week. "Goto tni Art, not) aiveoiae, ceimnift WAtt aud a wm." GEOGRAPHICAL F.XIGWA. t am composed of forty-three Utter. My 16,-R, 94, 51, 34, 14, it a country in Europe, My 10, 4, 8, 7, 6, 8, 4, if a town in fprn. My 17, 28, 9, S, if a river in Prufii. My 8, '4, 18, 7, 34t, if a gutph between twocoun ' triet in Europe. My 10, 24, , 34, ft, 9.1, it a defer! in Afiica. My 4, (, 3, 4, if a lake in the U. 8. My JO, SI, 7, 17, 31 i a county in Pennsylvania. My 17, 3, 7, 17i it one of the United State. My whole, it what our forefather pledged to cure, the bleating we now enjoy. Pi biit thi lUoon. A the blood, in it life preferring courte it subject to continual watte na ture hat provided for the eupply of the exhausting fountain, by the conversion of our food into new blond. But whiltt tuch ample mean are provided for the manufacture of new blood, nature htt been no lee tnlicitou providing for the expultion of that which i uel...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 July 1843

11 A K K KOTE LIST, ' PEXXSl'LVAXIA. The following liil shows the cum nt value of nil Pennsylvania Dunk Notes. TLe moM implicit re iisnce may I placed upon it, it h r very iyt t fully compared with ai d corrected fioin Lit k Dell's Reporter. . ., ltanKt lii Fhllntlcli'lild. Nam. I.ocaTiox. Disc, l PlIILlM. N0TE8 AT P A It. flunk of North America . , Bank of the Northern Liberties Comere in! Dank of Pcnn'a. . Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank . Kensinplon Hiink . , rivlladclphia Bank , , Schuylkill Dank Sonthwark Bank . . V.'i stern Bank . , Mechanics Bank Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Bunk . . , . Country Hank. Bunk of Chester County Westchester Hank of Delaware County Hank of Gormantowti Cheater Gcrmautown Norristown Doylrstown Bonk of Montcomcry Co. Doylrstown Bank Easton Bank F armcra' Bank of Bucks co. OfRec of Bank of Pcnn'a. Office do do Office do do Office do do haston Bristol Harrixbuig f Thee Lancaster heading EaHton ofticcs J do not issue n. NOTES AT Bank of the United States...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 August 1843

TEIUI9 OF THE " AMEltlCAlV." K. D. MA8SER, 3 PmuHiM ass JOSEPH EJSELY. $ pRoraiSToas. H. B. Tf f SSKH Editor, OJicein Centre Mr, in the rtar of H. D. Mas- ter $ Sture. THE AMERICAN" it published every Satur. day it TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a tii arrearages are paid. Mo subscriptions received for a leaa period than it mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. SUNBOTY AMERICAN. rnicxs of adveiitisevc. t squsre 1 insertion, . . . 10 60 1 do i do . . . 0 T5 I do 3 d. . . 1 00 Evry suWquent insertii n, . .0 3 Yearly Advertisementet one column, f6 half column, $18, three squares, $!!( two squares, f 9 ( one square, f 5. Half-yearly t one column, ft 8 t half column, f 12 t three squarea, $8 two aquarea, $5; one square, $3 fiO. Advertisements left without directions as to the length of time they are to be published, will be continued until ordered out, and char...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 August 1843

Charcoal anil Plant. Messrs. EditorsWb observed In Thurs day's Ledger, in extract from a Buffalo paper, Hating that the wheat CTops in Prance had ex perienced groat improvement, by usin? char coal in a manner similar to lime. With your permission, we will add few facts upon the same subject. In a visit to the country this Summer, a friend, residing near Wilmington, stated that the Messrs. Pupnnt had been for some time in the habit of using charcoal with much success for agricultural purposes, and they had also profitably employed it in horticul ture. The willow charcoal, prepared for ma .ing gun powder, was broken into pieces abrut the size of a small pea, and slips of plants or trees, stuck into it, when they were found to vow with amazing rapidity. By this means vegetables were produced earlier and much fi ner than those place in hot-beds. Tropical plants and fruits, which they in vain tried to produce in the hot house, when planted in earth, were made, when placed in pure char co...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 August 1843

wax THE III DDI, Ell. JUVBXCXX.B D TTAR TWLUNT. Answer to Enigma of Ufl week. "TOnVurti Mew iomrvni,and their kcto GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. I am composed of forty-one letters. VI; . 22, 6, 29, 11, 15, 9, ii a lake in (he U. 8. My 40, 6, 29, 3, 4, Iti country in Europe. My 26, 29, 1 1, 40, 7,52, ii en isthmus. My 29, 25, 26, 7, 99. it mountain in 8. Amcr. My 7, 1 1 , 40, 7, i a lake in the U 8. My 6, 2. 56, 14, 9, 22, ia a bay in British Ameiica. Ay 13, 7, 16, II, 4, ia a cape in the U. 8. Ay 13,29,11,26,40, 1 8, ia a county in Kentucky, tfy whole ia day, long to be remembered by the fiienda of literty. CoKTxniox. A person whose Mood ia pure lay enter the post-house unharmed ; while one rhose blood is corrupt would inhale the contagion 1 the street. The virulence of the infection will eend not on the Male of Mm who impaired it, 'tit upon the state of hia fluida who received it. 'lie aame ia true of influenza, and other supposed ontaninu disease. Brandrcth'a Vegetable Univer- I Pilla bein...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 August 1843

II A IV K XOTE LIST. 1ILXS1XYAX1A. The flowing list shows the cnrrrnt value of nil Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re liance may le placed upon it, aa it Uerery week carefully compared with (ii J correc'ed from Bit k Dcll's Reporter. !!nnh8 In riiKnilcliiIila. . Dine. I Nam. Location. I'huaii NOTES AT PAR. Rp.nk of North Amciica' PanU nf the ISorthern Liberties P-rr tncrrinl Park of Pcnn'a Fnmrn' nml Mechanics" Bunk' pnr pur ar par par pur pnr pnr pnr pur pnr pnr pur par par par pnr pur Kcnunrrlnn Hunk I hilnd.-lphia H.ink . . eirhnv Ikiil Hank . . , Soiithwark Punk . . , Wcs'ern Ilurik . , Mechanics' Punk . . Manufacturers' Sc Mechanics' Rank Country ItnnRs. Jlink of Chester County Westchester Hank "f Delaware County Chester H.'nk nf Germaneou'D (Jrrm"town Rs'ik of Mon'comprj Co. Norris'nwn T)ovictpwn Hunk Dnylestown Rni'on Bank Fusion Firmer." Pink of Buck ro Bristol Oir.rr of Bnnk of Finn's. Harris!. tug" Thpp Lancaster I offices "We c!n do i iir !o fin irr (', do NOTT...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 August 1843

TCIOIS OF TUB " AMERICA.' H. D. MA89ER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y, II. It. .V.ISSKlt -) Puattsnr.aa no PaoraiiToas. Editor. Office in Centre Alky, in the rear of It. D. Mat ter i Store. THE ' AMERICAN'' "iTpublished every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be puid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin UeJ till all arrearages ate paid. No subscription roccived for a less period than an mouth. All coinmunicoliona or letters on business minting to the office, to inaure attention, must be POST PAID. From Brntlrij' Miscellany. CALM BKHKlt SIKKPi BT V I III II H JOSE. Ca?.m 1k her deep ! a the Wast of the nrean, When the aim is reclining upon ila alill wave ; She ilreama not of life, nor ita alormy commotion! For the surge of Irouhle. recede from the grave, ('aim he her alrep ! aa the winds thnt are sighing Their last faintest echo amid the green trees ; No murmur ran reach hrr unennsi iously lying, She heed not the tempest, ahe hears not the breeze ! Calm he her sleep ! na the flowers th.it...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 August 1843

Correspondence of the Pnlillo Ledger. White Svi.fiidr Sprinusi, July 31, 1813. Tlic first thin? that every ono (Ion, iifVor picking Ills cabin, and following his bnggnge a crns the green to his tenement, is to ask "for the Springs," and start ofT down the slope to wards it. Now there in but little need to ask where is the Sprine, for if within a hundred yards of it, only ''follow yew oc" and vmi come to the snot. "First impressions are stron gest," it is said. If so, mine were vrry strong; when I brought up at the edge, and looked down into the pure and limpid basin, 1 verily thought I had trodden into n nest of addled eggs ! Most portentiotis and diabolical of smells, is sulphuretted hydrogen ! You have ridden, however, four hundred tnilesto pet at this res ervoir of sweet; and with grim desperation you seize the rattan dipper with a tumbler in the loop, and plunge it in the spring ; as you bring up the tumbler to your month, the indig nant nose curls upwards you force an agoni zin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 August 1843

den dash of the flood swept her away, and she was engulfed. Mr. Flower, who was in an upper story of the mill, leaped from the window into tree) Sore he remained until tho torrent tore up the tree ind swept it onward. Hp, however, succeeded in jetting hold of the branches of another tree that esisted the tide, and he waa saved. Several bod in lave been found upon the shore and in the mes Iowa. Thia fatality It to be aicrihed to the un mrallelcj suddenness of the rise of tho water. It raa as if the earth had opened and poured forth ler secret flood, Scarcely was the piesrnce of langer known, before it was followed by the ab tence ol hope. Hundreds of hair-breadth escapes ire narrated. The who!c country is overspread ith gloom, and the consequences of last night's ulamities will Ion; overshadow the prosperity of lis lovely section of country." We learn further that five persons were drown d at Bancroft's, on Ridley creek. Fifty bridges i tho county, it is raid, can be counted destroye...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 August 1843

1IANK NOT 12 LIST. The following list shows ihe current value of all Pennsylvania Bank Notea. The most Implicit re Kiincc may I placed upon it, as it i- every week carefully compared with ai d corrected from Hi. k oell'a Reporter. Hank In riillnlrlihln. Disc, iw IN A ME. l.OCATIO. Pull.AH NOTES AT TAR. flank of North America Pank of the Northern Li'.iorties Commercial Bank of PcnnV . Tarmr ra' ami Mechanics' IJhi U. par par nr inr pur par par par par I"" par par par par par par par Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Suuihwnrk Hank . . . Western Hank . . Mechanics' Bank . Manufacturers' St Mechanics' Dunk Count I' HniiUs. Bank i'f Chester County Westchester Hank of Delaware County Chester I'.ink of Gcrmnntnwu Gcrmnnlown Rank of Montgomery Co. Norristown Doylestown Hank Dojlcstown Fas!on Bank Easton Fnrmera' Bunk of Rucks CO. Bristol p.r Office of Bank of Penn'a. Office do do Office do do PlTice do do NOTES AT Harrisburg" These Lancaster I olliccs Heading f do not Eailo...

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