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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1851

t r- ' -ivHurrm ..... . "Sto w-j? J l i i : i , ; ) - 'i t M i ' ( 1 I I . l L .e it .1; AMERICAN. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El jFamfla iicmspaptr Dcjot(i to UolMcs, a.tcrnturr, itloralfij?, jForcfjju an5 Demesne dittos, ficttrfce anH the arts, aarfculturc, ittarltcts, amusements, k. NEW SEKIKS VOL. 4, NO. 2. SUNilUHY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.', SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1 85.. OLD SKIUES VOL. 11, NO. 28- mm lb yxi av x x i. y a- 7 'Tn-r-i i . m :w - . w TEItNS OF THE AMERICA. THE AMERICAN ii puliliihwl erv Saturday at TWO POU.AUS per annum In Iw pa"1 lialf yearly in advance, Jio paper discontinued until all arreminrt are paid. All enmmnniration. or letter. on Ininiiraa relutin( to lit Kce, to insure attention, lnurt e I'Ust PAID. TO ClXliS. Tatw conies I" one addren, A 1 1 1 n SWO 10 0' rifteen I) Do SU 0 Five MIr in advance will pay tut three yeat'stubKrip lim to the American. On Sauaie of in line, 3 timta, I 00 Every subseque...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. From the Lm4m Times, March 8, DEPARTIRE OF IK IHJKK Of BRUNS WICK BY . "The Nassau fitiAwn" for Germany Yes terday, one of the most peculiar feats in terostation took place from the pardens ot the 'Royal Property,' Vauxhall, by the depart ure iif his Highness Ihe Duke of Brunswick, accompanied by Mr. Charles Green, the well known trronaut, in his balloon. Preperntion being made on the Waterloo-ground, on Sim day evening a number of men Were employed, under ihe direction of Mr. Lumm, the prin cipal engineer of the London Gns Company, In laying down a 9 inch pipe from the works to inflate Ihe machine, and at 7 oVlock yes terday morning everything was In readiness for the inflation, and by 1 1 o'clock the balloon was in a fit Slate for the accent. The Duke f Brtinswick, accompanied by a few frionds, arrived on the ground with a large quantity of. provisions and Viands necessary for a lengthened voyage, consisting of hams, fowls, pheasants, partrid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1851

lo reign Nero 5. ENGLAND. The government of Lord John Rossol it -still very weak, he cannot get his friend to rally around him, and it it now fully antici pated that there will toon be a dissolution of Parliament and a general election. On Tues day erenmg last, in the Houso of Commont, he sustained another defeat on the question of Woods and Forests. Lord Duncan moed a resolution, demanding a reform in this management.. This the-government stren uously resisted. On a division there appear ed for the proposed reform 120, for Minis ten 119. So what with their partial aban donment of the Papal measure, tne'ir defeat upon Mr. Locke King's motion of electoral reform, and this defeat, it is thought, they will not be able to hold together till after Easter. The agitation on the part of the Catholics of both England and Ireland, against the pro rposed final measures of Lord John Russell, tontinnes unabated. THE HUNGARIAN REFUGEES. A large body of Hungarians and Poles, re fugees from the lat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1851

SUNBURY AMK111CAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THE RETIRN OF snUMJ. . . . , -t A. i .. , ' " ' ' '' ' " Drnr ns the dore, whose waftina winp, The preen leaf ransomed nl the mam, Thy Rental ttlow relurninft Spring, Coma to our snores aa'iin For tbau hast been a wanderer lonp, On many it fair and fureian strand, In halm and beauty, un and song, Puwing from Jaud to land. 'Thou biins'st the blossom to the bee, To earth a robe of emerald dye, i The li'allet to the naked tree, I Anil rainbow in tho sky ; I feel thy blest benign' control The pulses of my youth restore ', Opening the spring of sense and smil, To love and joy once more. I will not people thy green bowers, With sorrow's pale and spectre bund, Or blend with thine the faded flowers Of memory's distant land ; for thou werl surely never given, To wake regret from pleasures gone, Bat like an angel sent from Heaven, To sooth creation's groan. Then, while the groves thy, garlands twine, Thy spirit breathes in Hower and tree, My heart shall...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 April 1851

1 . II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jyamlla iictosyapcr-Dctiottlt to VolMts, ftftrratutr, liioralfts, jrortCan and Doincstfc -mius, Science ana the aits, arjitcultutT, .fttarluts, amusements, Set. NEW S15HIKS VOL. 4, NO. 3. SUMJUltY, NOJlTIIUMnKIlLANl) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APK1L 12, iSalf. OU SERIES VOL. 11, NO. 0. SHJ N B RY Sad'il'Vi- r----..--. . OFFICE, MARKET STREET, TERMS OF THE AMERICAN- T1IH AMKRICAN is published every swtunw) i v IlOLLAI'.r nor Minimi I" lie Utll hull Y"J """-, No piin;r ilnc mlnuied uiilil all orrcnis' 'TV"' All cJintiiuiiiiiitioii or letter lamiv '' Hi,. l.i M..nr i,l ti-.il i HI. 1IIUM w ruM All. v relating to th. office, to insure uUeiili"M, m" TO CLUBS, Three copica to one address, Seven IU " .. ii.. tin SO 10 0 DOO' Five d. ilium in mlviuic. win pi, Hon to the American. One Suiiaic of 1 3 '" ' S? Eveiv miliseqilenl insertion, j One ,Uare, uiiuUlie, w ixin'iii'.hP, J, BaTnie-C-rili. of Vive line I .iiHi.m, 300 Serein...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 April 1851

c V s SUNBURY AMK1UCAN AND SHAMQK1N JOURNAL. A singular Tonv. Oalignani' Messenger contains the fol lowing singular loiy, which may or may not be true, at GaJignani is famous for strange erents. A few days tinea a medical man named Phillipe, died in a tillage near Paris, where he had resided many years, and had acquired a jjreat reputation for skill and probity. He neer demanded any remuneration, except from those who were in circumstances to be able to pay him ; and during the last visit of the cholera he was indefatigable in his atten tion to the suffering poor. Last year an Englishman, tiaelling in that part of the country, was taken so suddenly ill that he was obliged to slop at an inn in the commune end Dr. Phillippe was sent for. Scarcely, however, had he arrived nt the led side of the patient, when the latter be came violently agitated, and his countenance changed exceedingly. The doctor appeared also to be agitated, and at once ordered every one out of the room. When that wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 April 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. INCRF.AtB OF BLSIflEAS ON THE STATE WORKS. Canal CoMMtisionr.ni' Oftick, Harrisburg, April 2, 185t. ) Th following statement exhibiti a very gratifying Increase of trade on the main line of the State works, for the month of March, 1851, as compared with the same month in 1849 and 1850: The shipments from Philadelphia west ward, in March 1849, 1850, and 1851, by thr regular forwarding lines, were as follows : POUNDS. 1849, 11,015,000 1850, 12,849,000 1851, (regular lines,) 17,724,000 (Pa. R.R.C'mp'y,) 5,298,000 ' -23,022,000 10,673,000 not inoluded in this Increase over 1850, The local trade is statement. The shipments eastward from Pittsburg by canal, in March 1850 and 1851, were as fol lows J0. OF BOATS. TONNAGE IS POUNDS- i-nn 288 13,800,146 B85I, 341 16,539.695 Increase in '51, 53 2J39,549 The following shows the number of cars passed over the Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad, trips made, and, miles run by loco motives, from the 1st Decemb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 April 1851

SUNBUHY AMEK1CAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. itttocrUauroiw imttc THE SIHFFLEH IJAIVtU, In :hn year 1517, a fearful plague denola ted Mtinii'li. So great wns the consternation which it occasioned, lhat people dreaded lo leave their houses. All doors and window were closed, and every man avoided hi; neighbor. In tho midt of this universal ter ror ami Fi'lonne, all at once a troop ol men, coopers hy trude, came in from tho country, ' Willi mti-sic-t and fresh green gniliinds, and went from house lo house, calling lo the peo ple wilh sounds of merriment lo open their floors and windows.. The effect of ihis unex pected summons was wonderful. The peo ple came forth, and, as if in franlic joy, dan ced Ihrouuli the streets. Thrt plague spell was broken by the delirium of gaiety which, os, if in defiance of past misery, seized on every heart. There is something sliangely wild in the idea of this fearful scourge being banished by an excess of merriment scarcely less fearful, the re-aclion of lacer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 April 1851

i RICAN OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. AME U In li U lib i mmm NEW SlilUKS VOL. 4, KO. 4. TUUM OF I HE AMERICAS!. THE AMKUICAN in published .very urrlay at TWO DOLI.AIiH pern .m t.. lie td half crly in advance, N i paper iliKoiilinnnl unlil Ala. nrr eragos are l?- All coii.municuiions letters on '"""'","", r,""'15 office, to insure nUcnlion, must 1 OST I All). tii rl.I liS. Tares copies tt one address, eve l 1" WO" Hill" I-.,..... D.i do ""- Five dollars in advance will pay for throe year's subsctip tion to the American. One Suusie of t line.. 3 times, Every subsequent insertion, fine Square, 3 innnllil, Sil month., One year, nuiiness Curd, of Five Imp., per annum, Merchant, nnd oilier., advertising ly the year, with the privilege of inserting dif- ino 25 3(MI 4. 'ill 600 300 fermit advertisements weekly. 1000 ty Largcl Advertisements, n. per agreement. H. 3. NASSER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, susiBuav, rA. Business otl.ti.led to in tlic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 April 1851

SUNBURY AME1U0AN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. Bessloa 161. i Hahbisburo, April 12. j On motion of Mr, Duckalew, the Senate resumed the consideration of the bill to ra mnnex the county of Montour to the county of Columbia, the question pending being a hiotion to strike out all after the enacting clause, and insert a prnvission re-annexing several towns ships now within the limits of the new county, to the county of Co lumbia. Mr. Buckalew modified his proposition by adding a new section, authorizing the citi zens of the said township?, after thoir re-an-nexation to Columbia, to determine by a Vote of the people, whether they eyvonld re main in the county of Columbia, or return to Montour. Agreed to. The bill then passed a second reading and Was ordered to be engrossed by a vote of 16 to 15. On motion of Mr. Muhlenberg, the bill to provide for a registration of births, marria ges, and deaths, was taken up and read a second and third time and passed, by a voto 'of ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 April 1851

1 SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL." 1LIBLE STATISTICAL TABLES, Ml Flnon, in his Minority Report on the vonilid ion Question, has collected tow. Iherfnajy highly interesting facts. They will k ."Jind interesting for present perusal, nd -Inkle for future reference. Tl Sites and Territories of tht Union. TtClnslitnliori of the United States was 'lift by the thirteen original States in the foIJoTg order : lDilaware, December 7, 1787. 2Pinsylvania, December 12, 1787 3iuv Jersey, December 18, 1787. 4Jrgia, January 2, 1788. SJonnecticut, Janunry 0, 1788. 6,lnchiisetts, February 6, 1788. 7lrylnml, April 28,1788. 8, -nulh. Carolinn, May 23, 1788. 9. 'ev Hampshire, June 21, 1788. 10,'irgiuia, June 2fi, 1788. Jl.levT ork, July 26,1788. U.Jorlh Carolina; November 21, 1789. 13 joda Isluml, May 29, 1790, Slat admitted into the Union since the dopti of llie Constitution : N.'ermont, March 4, 1791. 13. entucky, June 1, 1792. 16. 'ennossec, June 1, 1796. 17. hio, November 29, 1802. 18. ouisian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 April 1851

ATRING OF ITEMS. Hs, who has not bread to spare, should not keep a dog. Alabama. The census of this Slate shows a population exceeding 800,000. Advantage is a much better soldier than rashness. Conceit, in weakest bodies, strongest works. Tiie best thoughts are evor swiftest wing ed the duller lag behind. Avarice starves its keeper, to surfeit those who wish him dead. A letter is advertised in Buffalo, direc ted to Dr. Vanderketburgedundertromp. Somk run head long into danger, be. cause they have not courage to wait for it. Thc progress of some men, is so rapid that they keep ahead of common sense. It is not best to be angry : and best in the next place, to bo quickly reconciled. The library of the British Museum num. bers 4fi0,000 volumes, which are ranged on twelve miles of shelves. The lcarian community, at Nauvoo, has been chartered by the Illinois Legis lature. Ttpes made of gutia percha havo been used in England, and pronounced superior to metal. Is not water the safest and be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 April 1851

N V5Ssl3i ' II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. U&&&m3$e-' nFTTTr.Tr. mawrt stp.tt.t opphqitv ttjtt. phqt mrwTr.u!. iFamfla ilciaspnpcr-Dcbotcli to iioUUcs, Bftrrsturr, XlTOfalfiy, j?orfffjn ant Domestic .fictos, Stfntce ant the arts, CTcrftulturr, luarltets, amusements, &c. . NEW SKHIKS VOL. -1, NO. S. SUNBUKY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, ATRIL 20, I SSI. OLD SEMES VOL. 11, NO. 31. RIC AN, T 12 II 91.4 OP I1IK A1UKIC1N. THE AMK1UCAN i publisher! .very tntnr.liy at TWO TtOLLAHS per annum ti lie f d half yearly in nilvance, Mo pan" discontinued mail errerairs aie paid. All eumroniiientiona or kllera on Imames feinting to till eStce, to insure a'teiiii"". must he POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Tare copies to one address, 5fJ' Seven l' 1 10 0 Fifteen ! 1 tfuu" Five dollara in advance will pay fur tliree year's lubscnp tin to the American. Ona Sonnie of 18 line. 3 timet, f I 00 Crery anlweqnent insertion, 9.1 On ttnuare, 3 months, Soit Sis months, AM an year. fl'M) Bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 April 1851

SUN BURY AMEltfCAN AND SHAM01C1N JOURNAL. foreign N c tu 0. ARRIVAL OF TIIE STEAMSHIP r acinic. FOUR DAYS iATER from EtnorE, Klrorcimrr Psnst The Quickest trip Ever Mnite. The V. S. Mail Steamship Pacific Captain Nye, with four days later newt from Europe Arrived nt New Vork Saturday morning, Hi nbout half past ten o'clock, having made ihe passage in nine day and twrnty hours from Liverpool, being the shortest trip on record. . 1 ' ''.' The Pacific left Liverpool on the 9;h inM, "at S o'clock in tlio afternoon. Tho passage has never before been made tinder ten days ' four hours and thirty minutes. The shortest passage ever made to Liver pool was mado in 10 days DJ hours which in mean lime reduce tiiO passage to 10 days 1 hours and 53 minutes. The Pacific there fore, bears off the palm. The political news by this arrival is not of much importance, There is nothing of any consequence go ing; on in the British Parliament. The Cotton maiket in Liverpool was dull, and prices nominal. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 April 1851

SUNJiUliY AiMJiJilCAJN AND SI I AMOK IN JOUJ.JN'AJ,. iwommest to r.ovF.nson shcnk Tha Monument lo tho memory of our late worthy Unvcrnnr ha. been oommenetnl at Harcmvti's Rlaiblo Yard, Kiilse Kuan, rniln ilelphia. It is 10 cmiii o'n base livo mill a half feel ivpiurt;, on whirh rest I ho d ie lor inn itucnp ion. A nuem-asm inn uepaneii will bfl I'lirved on the fiont of a block next fining nli.ni; c n tlm riuhl, t'.u! coat of unrm of the United Suites ; on llu left, the coat of mm of Pennsylvania; mid on the reverse, the private seal of Governor Sliniik. An obelisk of iil'i'ul 12 le t in h'-isht, simiomit il by tin pay'"' will complete t lie rrrinnmc-iit the vh"ln b ii fl 24 feet in heiulit, eon irncle.l nl a cos! nf $1600. It will be erect cJ on lilts 4th of July Reading Gazette. Pim.snr.i.r-niA and Boi-iino Railroad The esiimnleil n eeipis of thi road for the current ye;.r, are sol down as follows: Toll upon 1J millions tons of Coal, 2.2:5.000 Passenger mid F.eiht receipts, HIO ODD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 April 1851

" 1 SUNimilY AMKIUCAN AND SHAM0IC1N JOURNAL. 'A ST1UNG OF ITKMS. Ukaitt is fleoling aa lha rainbow. If.ttei wear out shoes ihan sheet". A oonn sensible molher is the greatest t ren mi re of life. Beocabs mount, lo run their horses to dealli. Tins is the acventy-fifih year of Amorioan liulepcndance. Gen. Houston, it is said, is about to retire permanently to piivaie life. SEi-F-iNTEimir is the title of street in Norfolk, Vs. During llio Revolutionary War the Eng lish lost very nearly three times as many men as tho Americans. Wheat Crop. Tho wheat crop in York county, says the York Tress, never presented a mora promising appearance. Within the past four months, Burling ton county, N. J., has sent 500,000 lbs. of poultry to New York and Philadelphia. Tiik New Yoik House of Assembly have pnmr-A ihe bill abolishing the "general train ing" in that State. Some of tho farmers altending the Cincin nati mnikets come a distance of from fifty lo sixty miles. A Steamboat is building lo run this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 May 1851

vs(..'- ',v"A'ui!;.'-'V '"".'i-'f '.'..V' 171 TTh T T1 A 11 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CI jf.nufly ileiuspaiJcr-acDoicU to jjoIHfrs, artrraturr, .fliovnlfin, irorcfnn an BomcsUc ilctos, Stfcnce an) the mis, CTflticulturr, marltrfs, amusrmtnts. tc. NEW SHMKS VOL. I, NO. O. SUMJUI1Y, NOIiTJIU.MIJCKI.AM) COUNTY, PA., SATIT.DAY, MAY . 01,1) SlilllES VOL. 11, NO. 39. SUN TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THR AMERICAN is puhliirhml vrry ftiturriny lt TVu DOI.I.AliS wr niiimm In lr I'tiitl hnlf yenrly in rircmce. No pit(er itiseoiiiiiiuwi until all orrcarop nre paid. All ftommtiniciitioiiB or Irttrrs nti lminrw rr-lufing to the office, to insure uUcntitni, tmirt i ruM jt'AlU. TO CLl'fiS. Thret c'pici lo rnc ntUlreM, f 5 00 Seven 1 Jo U(K Filtren 1 ln 90 00 Five tM!nm in mlvmire will pay fur twee years tub cripuon o hip uirntvni. One Sanmr of 10 Inn. 3 tnni-s, gl 00 t.vety uhserittriit iitKertum, 23 One &unrc, it iimiiiht, 3w Six nimthi, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 May 1851

THE WORLD S FAfn. Tho great exhibition of the World' fair in London, which was opened on the 1st lnst. attracts universal attention. In rela tion to the American portion of the exhi bition, we copy the following from the London Correspondence of the New York Commercial Advertiser! "It has been feared by Americans hero that the articles contributed by our citizens would not do us justice m a nation. One cannot yet toll whnt llio comparative merit cf our countiy will be, side by Fide, in the strife of the peaceful arts with the old na tions of the earth. But I feel sure that we shnll not fall far behind. In many speci mens of what will come under tho head of 'raw material,' 1 have seen abundant evi dence to day that our show will be rich. Ores, timber, as samples of ftur woods ; grains in the kernel, and erronnd into the whitest and finest flour : Indian corn upon the ear, nnd in its various forms of samp, hommony, nnd meal : coal, iron, copper, nnd cotton, such as tho great markets n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 May 1851

SUNIiUKY - AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL". DEATH OF GEN. HLfill BRaDY. The Detroit Tribune of the 15th Inst, con tain th following confirmation of tin re port of Gen. Brady's death. Gen. Hugh Brady, the veteran soldier of the North West, ii no more ! He died this morn ing about ten o'clock, in the 83d year of his agp, it nd ns the news thrilled the pub lie arlcry, a universal gloom was depicted on heart and countenance, as of a good man fallen. At the lime of his death, Gen Bra dy was Colonel of the 2d Regiment of In fantry, Brigadier and Major General by brevet, in command of this military De i parlnient or Division. Hugh Ilrudy was n 1 native oT Pennsylvania ; his commission the 1 oldest in tho service bearing dale in 1792, ' w hen ho cnlorfd the nrmy ns a Lieutenant 'under M.id Anthony Wayne, with whoso 'command he made the celebiated Indian campaign, which restored Kentucky to the whiles, after the defeat of St-. Clair. Ho "was distinguished lor his gallantry in the late war wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 May 1851

SUNBUlt Y AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. tttocrl!urott0 watttr. Saint Pcter'i Eve, "The oun is high, my fliamii, hj So late n-beil Host 'bide ? Thv line or net the meal should Ct We share nt cvenliile." Fine Groceries and Teas ! DAVID PEASE, S. XV. Corner 6(4 If Arch S(reet, Philadelphia. OFFERS tot eale all kinds of choice Family Groceries and selected articles in his line of business ; Green and Black Teas of all qualities and prices Heal Mocha, Old Java and otner kinds of Coffee. Susan. Com ritsroh for pud- I flinra Farina Vlirm in amnll A...mm t.avnf- Rai- t'Xajr, mother, prce! Tliy ch.ild.ng ceaaei -; Eltrg White Wheat Rochester and Philadelphia Fa mily Flour in Whole and Half Barrels ; "Latour' Olive Oil: assorted kinds of Ssuces and Ketcli- ups, Tickles, Olives, Preserved Ginger, &c, Ac. . . ... . . - i Uoods packed lor the country and sent 10 nau Road Depot or elsewhere without charge. 1JAY1U rt-ASli, S. W. Cor. Cth & ArcU Sta. Philadelphia. Feb. 1, I851.-ly. cli. M....

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