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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 October 1843

tukbis or thi: " A5ii:aiit!.ix.' II. II. MASSf.R, 7 pL'nt.ltHKRI JOSEPH EISKLY. S PnorniTB. it. It. .VJSSKtf, lUUtor. OJlct in Cuiui;liUy,in Uiriiirvf Ii. B. Xtmh scr' Store. THE AM EllICAN'M published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No payer discontin ued till all airoaiages am paid. No subscription received for a less period than aix months. All communications or lotlcis on business relating lo the otl'n c, to insure attention, mint be POST PAID. SUNK URY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL; ruitn of Aitvr.KTiMisw. I apiars t ii.pii(,n, 0 M I da 1 ilo . . . o 71 I do 3 do - . . . 1 0 Mjry aubtf .uent in-eiii. n, - - . 0 C Yearly Admtiseinenla : one column, H5 ; Imlf column, 19, three, squares, 1 1 3 i two rjuaren, 11 one square, fS. Half-yearly: ono onlumu, J I S , half column, IJ ; Ibres f quaies, f3 , two f5( ona square, f J AO. Advertinements left without dirrctiona aa Ii it length of lime thav are lo be pcblinhed, will l continued until ...

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. — 28 October 1843

Th Hue between the Pi Inoetnn mid Grent Western. The promised race between the P.inceton and Great Western took place yesterday in Now Yrk Bay, and tt fur m the result is known, the Prince ton rameifTthe victor. The Tribune- .as th" Great Western came in eight, emerging from the Ent River ami slowly unrolling her canvass to ti e hrefr.e. Many a warm ami g -Microtia wind follow, edher.as she floated away. In a few minute the Piineelon shot out from the Hudson, showing n-i paddle wheels or pipe, ant moving a if carried a long hy a swift rurrcnt alone. Ac he p.asnd C.is tie Garden, she was greeted with a shout nnd no wonder; for in the clear aun light her beautiful mo. del and long tapef masts presented one of the finest specimens of ahip architecture we have ever reen. The Great Western apparently waited her ftp. preach, when they moved off together. The Prince, tun held her own, altogether beyond expectation ; for she had not a rag of canvas up, whilo the Great Western threw out shee...

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. — 28 October 1843

Public Sale. WII.I. be offered ht public, sale, l lha Houre of Jacob Le souring, (Bear (Jnp Tavern,) in Shamokin township, Northumberland county, on Saturday thu 23th J of November next, ot 1 o'clock, P. M. .f VAI.r.MLK TttJCT OP fI.V, Siluate in Shamokin tortriiahip, No.thumbrrlsnd eounly, on the Main Road leading; from Iri.-h Val. ley to' Roaring Creek Valley, adjoining lands of Benjamin Tiliihman and land Inle or Ann. Pern 1'erton, and running within about 10 rods aT Ihe Danville Turnpike, an 1 wilhin about 60 rods of the Centra Turnpike, containing 102 acres and 40 perches strict menaure, about 30 acrca of which are cleared ; whereon is rrecled a large and eommndi ous two story dwelling hou?e, with a never failing apring of water near the door, About 13 acrei of fluid land are excellent meadow ground, and the Tcsidue of a red shale, anil of a very superior quality, and i welltimhrrrd and watered. The terms of sale will be, of the purchase mo ney cash, and (he balance in equal pa...

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. — 28 October 1843

ii a x n WOT II LIST. The following lit shovr the curr tit i'-je of nil Pennavlmi Hm k Notre. The tno?t implicit r inner nnv he placed upon it, a il it'-o ajv ?Ci:!! rompno i 11 ilh Hi J cone ej ficiu t'i.k aii'.' Ecpor'er. . Dtr. t LociTIGV. pBiiif MOTES AT PAR. j fan V r.f North Ameiioa . . par. Pat.k of t'.e Northern Liberties . . ft' tVnimrr al Bank of Fenr-V . , fur K-'O'crt' (in.) Mr.thaiiiiii' Bank . . par l.ii:n?ion Bank t ur j I MUl, IpVni Dink . . . 'M buy Ihiil Dank . . . fn j ! tik Bank . r r i W , rn Bank . . f'M j ( ' -,ic' r.iiik . . i -m ! .'.;..!, u lurirs'A; Mechatiic' Park pr f: r i i" c iT I r.i f r 1:1 a n & S o t;. FjpSHE ru" . il't's l.oiohy inform ihe ptiMio, that JJ. they have cn'or-d into partnership, in llio wlrcli wi I liiref'ir be- tvt'ed on the nil 'ard in Si't lv.ry, tui.'1 f the fiim cf 'GiofRO Z:nmrinien fz Soli,'' where thev will condor! the I ii inc. in oil it vmiuix 1 oniric", including Turn far. Vising M.U J-v-rM, 7-t'i 'n.r Carr.'aqvs, Shoe ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 November 1843

'.'jarv ti:ums orjriin .4mkiiic.ix." UR AMERICAN. pint ns or aiti:rtisi.k. I squars 1 insertion, . f rt 50 1 do 3 do . .11 'in I do 3 di . . . . 1 Oil Rvi'ry ubsqnrnl inserticn, . - 0 '.'; Yearly Ai1er(imrnU : ons c olnmn, fiSS ; hi. If column, f IS, three fquarrs. f I? ; two squnrcs. f 3 one squire, ?'. llalf-yrly : on oolutnn, H ; half column, J 12 i three squares, fS ; two square, f!i ons square, f-1 B0. Advertisements loft without directions at lo tho length of time they arc to bo published, will I H. U. MASSEK, PvausasRSAHo P II. II. .W.tf.S.V.Vt, lUlitor. Ojtct in Centre AlTeyufaYtwof 11. D. Mut fer't Slure. THE AMERICA is "Hi published svrry Satur day at TWO HOLLARS per annum lo be pjiJ half yearly in advance. IVo paper disconliu lied till all nirrnragos mo paid. Nosulucriptioni received for a less period thin six month. All communications or letters on business robititiir In the office, to insure attention, mum l.c POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in th...

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. — 4 November 1843

Ths Pork Hnilnni In IhtUtiti The Mdion (Ind.) Pinner ny 'Concerning the picc of pork, in which our coun'ry subrcriberi Me so deeply interested, we are un idle, yet. to peak definitively. We have bcird of one fontr .ct tnf nb ill! 700 hogs, In lie delivered in tho city t the Mlowinj rites Tor Hoc , f.0fT, 150 in 175 lb., ?1 01' ' do do 17fi to 200 S S . " do do 200 and tipwird. 2 f.O Aud from ill the information we have hen a Me to ofitnin, we think the market will not csrn-ti-dly viry from the above. The Cincinnati Gn 7'itc say: 'The prepmtion for both packing end sl.ushtcring are more f xtenivn t!ii yenr limn vp hive ever before noticed. Thin, with the low I rices for nit and cooperage, (being for lrirnls 7 Sr., l:t- no a 3.1, fine salt 50 a 2.1, Turk Island -IS a M'c..l offer great inducements t. thou aboard v,ih!ng to make investment in Pork. In nil can Kir, however, we muil admit thnt we have no Pork llnu'e. thnt can cut from 8000 lo S'.'OO hogs U ore lay. hss beer t lied In an ...

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. — 4 November 1843

PRICE CURRENT. Corrtftrd weekly by Henry Yiixlieimer. AV'HiiT, S.I Kit, . .60 ('or, . s .... 40 Oit, ...... 25 I'oK, ...... ft FLtiirm, ... . too Ucttkh, ..... 10 lltMffii, .... 95 Taiiovr, .... to DniEii Acri.v.s, 75 Do. PtAciim, 200 FUx, ... .8 Hxcatsii Fnx, ' 10 Eoos, ...... 6 X T 1 C K . Win. Donaldson A; wifc" Tn Ihe Common PIp.ih of I'nion county uf Ati gust teim, 1813, No. 202. vs. Tho West Brunch Dink at Willinmsport, fur the use of Ellis Lewis, Esq. y Amicable action in nnj the President, Di- asumpsit and issue form. reclora and Company of rd and directed liy the court. For (fin 1 on the tho Bank of ruiiueylva l in. J second Monday of No vctnher Term next, for the puipose of determining whether the Legacies bequeathed ly the l ist will . mid testament of John Cowden. lite of Noithum , hcrlnnd, drr'd., ore payable, and if so, whether thev : have bo. n paid or nthcrwis" satisfied or In r red, and i how much each Legatee is entitled to receive out ' of the proceeds of the tare...

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

SI A IV H SOTE LIST. The fdlrearing list shown (tip evrr.nt r.lun of idi Pennsylvania Bunk. Note. The mt implicit re MhIicp may I placed upon it, it Deirrjr wrk srefulty compared with it d corrected from Li k 8bII' Kepnrter. Ranks In riil!u14:lil". DISC. 1 LocaT-io. AT PAR. PlIILiD. NOTES Aside of North Amoiico , Uatik of the Northern Libeities I'ommereiul Dank of Penn'a. . Faifrcrs' anil Mechanics' It.iiik Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank S.-I.iiylkill Bank K- utIinrk Uiink , . Yrtcn Bank . . Mechanic' UatiV. AfuitUiiti.lUTcr te Mrclifitiic' 1J ik Country Hi'ttls. f Chester County Punk of Delaware County Bank of I rinniitowit I'at.k nf Monlqomciy Co. Ho !i flown Hunk En.eon Bank Farmers' Dank of Buck co. I 'ffire of IJniiU of PcMi'a. "I'Tien ilo do nrl'.ce ilo il.t Office tin do NOTTS AT Park of tho Cid'cd States' Bank of I'rnn Township Gi-nr.l H-n.U Vnynnu osing II ink Bank of J'cmicylvaiiia Miners' Bniik of Poltsvillu Poiik of I.ewis'nwn Hank of Middle-town Bank of Northumberlan...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 November 1843

TC1UIS OF T1I1J AllI-ItltAX." H. B. MAS8KK, i Pu an annas is JOSEPH KISKI.Y. J riorRiiToi.. . n.iSSKIif Editor. Office in Centre Atttj,"in tliercarvf 11. B. Mat ter's More. THE" AMERICA V is published every Kattir liny Rt TWO DOLLAKS por anntim to lie paid half yearly in advance. IS'o paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. IS'o subscriptions received for a less period tint) si x momtiim. All communications or li tter on business relating tothit ollice, to insure attention, must l.e POST PAID. .- ' . v ' -V v "..y1 ! TUP. WMKPIXn maiii-:x. I iw a fiir rea'd werpinc, I iwii hv von old onk tree, Ore day when I ivs rcepins The cancc I (lew to sec. Flie turned a I approached lirr. Then, Mus'iin.T, dropped hrr head; While I, in tones of kindness, I'nto t'li1 ni'iidi'ii rtnid : " W lint e 'evi lb ihrc, fair nial.h n ? All. maiden, tell me hue, Can sorrow rest within the breast Of one so fiir as you '"' " c ! Vcs !" she cried, " k'ltd stranger, I've drunk of funny's r tip Jit-l n...

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. — 11 November 1843

Published by Request. Reported fur the Phil. Public Ltder. EVANGELICAL LfTflFRVN SYNOD, CF EAST PENNSYLVANIA. The Second Annual Meeting of thin body wn opened on Saturday evening, in Si. Matthew's Lu theran Church, New street, below Fourth, with a Permon on tht woik ar.d qiistificafinnsof the Ohrs tian Ministry, by tho President, lie". F. Ruth'Snfl". The regular sessions for business commenced on Monday morning, at 9 o'clock. The cxerrise now opened with prayer by the President, At the call ing of the roll, the following members responded to their names : Reverend F. RtilhrsuiT, J. RuMi muff, Prof. V. M. Reynold, F. R. Ansparh, (. Iteilig, J. Vcgellangh, W. J. La'rr I, T, Stork, J. O. Pchnck, A. Weiling. J P Hiestcr nnd J Wil'm, The Reverend J. P. Srhindel, Ren., O. Dichl, D. F. Finkle, Daniel Miller. 3. McCrnn and Kit Schwartz, having presented certificate of honor, tile dismission from the Synods with which they were connected, or other satisfactory credentials, were received M me...

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. — 11 November 1843

Latest from Tesasi The; Texan papers, are to lhi 1 3th inet. On the 14th, the day following, the national vessels were lo be sold at public miction. Some of the pa pert seemed violently opposed to the proceeding, rid earnestly colled fn the citifons of GaNeston to oppose it. General Mmphy, United State Charge ta Texas, has left the neat of Government, (Wash ingtnn,) end i now in Galveston. Strange ru mora ere afloat, about the cause of hit removal from thence, end other matters in connection therewith. A correspondent, writing from Gal veston, pretends to give the reasons: Philadel phia Ledger. "General Murphy suspected some secret ma chinations between the British end Tex3 Ov vernments, highly detrimental to the United Sta'cs interests, and forthwith set about discovering the nature ot the mystery. This he was enabled to do during President Houston's absenco at the Indian Treaty Ground he being furnished with well au thenticated and undoubted copies of the entiie treasonable corres...

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. — 11 November 1843

iat.""," l" 1 ?" 1,1 - t A X K KOTi: LIST. raxsvi.TAxn, The f Uowing list stews the rmr.nt v-sImp of nil 'Vnrrv Irani Bank N.q . Tl e mo-i implicit rc-i-trce msy Ic placid own it, ii i- t vrrti weth MrrfuMy mmpntej tilth ni d coirec'od f oin Hi k :ifll' Hi porter. irr.nlta In rMtUIiIn. ix ivr. I'lllLlll. pur NOTES A T PA R. Ri.k if Nortli America . fiiirik t,f the N'nithrrn Liheitie . Ooti nicroial Bank of Pcnn'ii. . . Farmers' nnil M-h9lii. Bulik . K,rn"ini?ton Bank . rhi'.-.drlphi Until. : t ii i !k i II Bank S..inhiaik Bank Wrntem Rank . , Mechanic Bank . Manli'setuicr' & Mechanics' Batik Country ltoi. Junk of Chester ('utility Wistcbcr-tnr .,nr r.'nr J'.Ut pnr pur p,r l" pnr par I" pnr par Hiir.k of Delaware County Rank of d rinnritowti Bunk of Moiitfiomcry Co. Oiyletnwn Bank F'on Bank Fin mors" Unuk of Rucks co Oi7".ce of li'itik of Fi nn'a. Office do yxv.co ilo do Office do do Chester par ('ertnnntown pur Noir'ntow n pnr Dotlostown pur E.t,in par Bri-tol pir HanicUiTO Thee...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 November 1843

nmois of Tin: .imkricax." H. H. M ASSEll, JOSEPH EI3EI.Y. I V Puausnnnj anu 'norRiiram, . Jt. MJISSKH l.'tlttor. Of ice in CcnircAlleij, in the rear of 11. B. Mas ter' Store. THE " AM F.KIO IV" is published every Satur day at TWO 1)01. LAKH per annum to lm paid half y curly in advance. No paper disconlin. Ued till all ni rearafrca bio paid. No subscription: received for a loss period th;in nix months. All communications or It-ttorn on l i if in oiii relating, to the oilier, lo insure attention, must be POST PAID. From Me Philadelphia Dollar Kewpaper, He Cnuie too I.ute. Ho came tea late ! Despair had played lis bilier, scathing pnrt ; The n aves of bitterness hnj pres'd Too closely ramd (he heart. There was no gradual witht-iinu, Kn brinir with her grief ; The morn was biht, but quickly pas'd, The ti j; 1 1 1 wosdiiik and brief. Nu storm, no stru ;.le to conceal ; No vain nt'empt to hide ; IV o dream of cold and strrn revenue, Nor seme of woman's pride. No wish to rnntpier -no confl...

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. — 18 November 1843

Vain of Wewapapers. It if laid that the father of an interring family near Detroit, Mich., not long since stop ped the only newspaper which he allowed himself or family, and solely on the ground that he could not atlord the espouse. This man chews $14 00 worth of tobacco a year. Exchange paper. No wonder then he is etHpid enough to die continue his newspaper. His torpid tobacco ridden brain, must loathe intellectual ailment as much as a sea sick man does pork. Such a man cannot understand that the real value of n newspaper is greater than the pitiful two or three dollars a yes r which tnay be its pr'ce. As a contemporary remarks, a nr.-wtpnper is a grhool in a family, worth ten dollars a year. Even the most barren paper brings something new. Children read or hear the content!, gain intelligence of the atVairs of the world, and ac quire uteful knowledge, ot more importance to tlit'tn in life than a present of fifteen acres of land. 1'arcnts arc not aware of the vast im portance ofa n...

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. — 18 November 1843

BALTIMORE MAKKKT. OJiceoflhe Daltihoik Aime.i,Nov. 13. FLOUR. The stock of Howard street Flour for tale in market continues tight, nJ there ii but little doing. Holder are generally asking ft 37 J fur good mixed brands from store at which price we note a aale lo-diy of 100 barrels. The receipts are light and are principally going into store on owners account. We are unable to quote a defi nite price from wagon or cars. We hear of no transaction in City Mills Flour. We believe it can be bought fur ft 25, but some liolJers ask more. There ia no Susquehanna Flour in market. It would readily sell fir J4 37 J, and probably more. Sates of Rye Flour at (2 87 J n f3. GRAIN. Wheals are without change in prices. Sales of good to piime Md. and Virginia reds are making at 90 a 65 cents, and other sorts lower as in quality. A sale of good Penna. red, having smut in it, was made to-lay at 93 cents. We quote prime at 25 cents. We quote old Md. white Corn at 40 a 42 cents, and old yellow at 45 a 46...

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. — 18 November 1843

U A M( XOTi: LIST. The f .llnivinii INt f In the mrr. ri! value of nil pennst Irani'i ISm.k N. tr. The im -l implic it re lanef him In phttv.l upon it, as m N fry vrA lerrftilly compare! wiih ai d corrected Irum Li. k ,lel!' Hfpttrr. iJnuKs In V'liEutD Ii3ihi. . ....... Dfr. I .va?if. i.nriTius, PillLOl. NOTE S A r r A R. Sank nf orlh America enk pf ihn Northern Liberties Commercial Bank of Pern's." . Fumer' unJ Mechanics' Bant' . fCfnsinpton Rank , , f'hiladflphi Dank Schuylkill Rank Snitl. wark Bank Wes'em Bank . . Mechinics' Bank N'arurat lur(.'r8' cV. Mechanics' Rank Count iy I'aitJita. l"r Hunk of I liPMrr C.nntv "vk rf Dchiwarp County Rink of Grrmantowii iNnk of t.Mfrmrry Ot . Onv 'i s'o-vp Tt n 1 1 It Ess'on Pink Farmers' Bnnk nf Burks ro" I l'irc nf Bank of Pi r.n'n. Office do do Office do do Office do do W UltlU !-'tt ClirstiT iit'imaritonn jNoirbiiiiVMi Ihn li-Hliiwn Pii t.. Hatri-hing TliP'C I.!ii:c.in!ir I ofTicrj l.e 4.1 i m k f ilii not ..itnii j issue N O T E S A T di...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 November 1843

TERMS OF Tlin " AMERICAS." If. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. Publish km ino RormiTons. it. .1I.1SSEII. ttlitor. Office in Centre Me a, in the rear of It. B. Mas- ser e Store.) THE" AMERICAN" Is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages arc patd. No subscriptions received for a loss period than six months. All communication or letters on business relating to the olRco, to insure attention, must bo POST PAID. e; . j . 1 - THK P K K S J. A propbnpv iml in the m-mth nf John VI, the reign ing pontilT when tho art of printing was invent ed. (Tram the French "T.e Tyrtee tin Midi.") Come, Chri-linn kinirs, awake, arie! Prri a'e to fight as with one heart ; A child of him who's prince of lies, His just found out the printing art. Arise, the dancer threatens nil; Our future ills none can express. If e'er our pow'r shall pros'Mte fill, Twill f .ll beneath that of the Press. It is a Proteus, ne'er the same; A hy...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 November 1843

. I mi urn r i . . . ' .T:. . i, i i ii f.Mer frnm Oregon, i ('nniitrllnn tirtvvrrii ill I ml nml Doily. We have had the pleastireof conversing with I Ainu illustration of the. necessity of duly at WiMiaiu Sutton, a resident of Oregon Territory, ' tendimr l. the state of the vitnl powers", and to mid who !ell the (settlement at Wallamot Fulls th-i influence of the mind in disease, ond after about Ihi; middle of M;i y. IIi; was three months ;opi-rct inn, M. Sorro mentions tho case? of a re- in reaching the lott'emcitt on the Missouri, mid was the hearer ofn petition to the Ainerirau government Jroiri the residents of Oregon Ter ritory, asking tho povernment to extend the .' "a ;imvpiiiiii-ii iv liws nnd jurisdiction of the republic nvi r that lilt eresl inrr Irrrttnrv. Ms 5 nnl the rrirnvnii e - - - ........... , . .. . 11 ii iiiiuu eiihuiii v uniini.i u Ult il- of cmigranU on the route, which his before been i ul dejection. Surprised at thia change, M. noticed by u., as also two sim...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 November 1843

NpohtIxt Iitfxtio. The Savannah Geor gian mentions the discovery of an article which promises to lc the mean of ssvirig many live in shipwreck ', il would be Invaluable on our Western waters, to obnoxious to J image from snags ami othor accidents. It is an air pillow, anJ called Mackintosh's Air Pillow. It is represented as being the cleanest, softest, m.t wholesome, cheapest, and most durable pillow that can be used, and covered with a pillow ca-e, is like any other pillow. In danger it U ever at hand, night anddiiy, and when uncased, will ex hibit straps or strings to pass the arms through and ie on the front round the body, from the tbioat downward.. It will float the poison with head and 'shoulders above water, and could sust lin marc thin on. Ho7 many lives might have been preserved with in these lew years past, had tho numerous steam, boats on the M w.-issiii and the Ohio been provided vith an invention of this kind! Will the safely of pas-engers ever become an object of serio...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 November 1843

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