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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1851

ii-.i.V. ". 'r H. B. MASSEll, KDITOK AND PROP1UKTOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CI jFxmUs iitUjspapcr-Drtotrti to &olWcs, aftrvntuvc, iTovnlfty, .iFovtfjj.t an Domestic lt)as, Scfcnce ann the cuts, eiflrlcultuvc, -fllirrltrts, amusements, Vt. NEW SERIES VOL. J, NO. 13. SUMiUUY, NOiiTJIUMIJEULANl) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 131. OLD SERIES VOL. 11, NO. 3S. N CAR , TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMKItlCAN l pul.li.'hwl even- P.itnnlny nt TWO DOLLARS per iilimlili tn be puiil Imlf yenrly ill advance. No pnner diacontinucii until all urreuroges uru pniil. AH eommnnirntinnfi or letters on biiFinrs. relating to the utfice, ti insure attention, inimt Ire rosyc PAID. TO (JLlljsi. Three cojiiei ti cue adili ess, .1 00 Seven Da Do in no Fifteen Do Do SO 00 Five dollars in mlv.mee will (.my for three yeut'ii iili icriution tn the American. One Solium of Id linen, 3 times, Every nuhne,piunt insertion, One Sfinnre, 3 months, Mix month., One ywir, Hu.iueHs Cards of Five...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1851

"SUNIUJRY AMKKICAN AND S1IAM0KIN 30U11NAL. RESOLUTIONS of tho Reading Convci.tion. Raohed, That the lime lias arrivod, when, not only Ihopronpeiity of onr people, but tho preoerviition of onr blossod Union, require lhat Hie great Democratic party, in all its measure, dull striclly ami faithfully adhere lo the fundamental principles cstoblished by its wise, patriotic end glorious founders ; and among tho most impoitatit of these princi ples, wo may enumerate a strict construction of tho Constitution of the Uuhed Slates a total abstinence on tho part of Congress, from the exercise of nil doubtful pow ers a sacred regard for tho riiihts reserved by the sover eign Stales of which the confederacy is com posed an absolute iiou-interfoieiieo by the people of the several Slates, with tho domes tic institutions peculiar to each and a rijjid j economy in the expendilure of tho ta.vcs raised from Iho people, confiuiiiil the appro- j prialions of publics money by Congress, to National objects, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1851

SlhMWllY AMKJUUAjN AND SIIAMOKIN JOUJINAL ! IL".-l'J!Tg foreign .N c iu 0. " ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP PACIFIC. FOUR DAYS LATEfl 1 ROM Ki ll OI K. Tba U. S. Mail Sleamnliip Pacific, Cap tain Nye, from Liverpool May 28ih, arriveJ at New York, at noon on Saturday, having made the voynge in ten days and two hour?, not allowing for difference of longi tude. Emigration. During the past week no fewer than 300 emigrants K-ft the p"t of Gal way for America, and thu tido from that quarter is flowing with undiminished vig or. The Tuam paper slates that lnrge sums of money are being transmitted by iiiemls and relatives across the Atlantic, to enable parties at home to join I hum "u '' vrorld. The flourishing accounts of woik and high wages, almost daily reaching tie JamL. are, it is said, "acting as a spell upon the peasantry." Sailing ok the Piunck Ai.bkrt. Aberdeen, May 24ih. The Prince Albert, Kennedy, sailed on Thursday afternoon, for tba relief of ISir John Franklin. The boat's crew of the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1851

SUNBU 11 Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. I'M OF THAT IIASO THAT XI IX THE LAD. I'm of tho band lhat I'll " ,an' And draw from cnrth her Ftoro : llicht hanpy inducer ihe life wo lead, YVhilfl our lnys are passing o'er. Many llieio arp, in riches, far Surpassing tha farmer's purpe, While other pursuits, may yield more fruit, Yot often produco mbch worse-. We envy not tho plainsman's lot, Still clamoring for his class ; Nor his fights for glory's rights, At somo redoubled pass. Ho risk have we on boisterous sea, No fears lest tempests whelm All we possess without redress While laboring at ihe holm. The fruitful field ils homilies yield, A rich reward of toil, Be ours tho trade to ply tho spade, And deeply plough the soil We walk abroad o'er carpet sod, And flow'rets kiss our feel, Whose odors rise to scent tho skies A tribute pure mid meet. To all we givo the means lo live, As brother shares with brother, And thus fullil the holy will, That bids us lovo each other. Oh ! life secure fr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 June 1851

MERK A JAN. II. B. MASSER, EDITOll AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jFiimlla ilctospnpci'-Drtiotclr to DolWcs, aftrrnturr, ili.oinlft",. jfctffflit an) Domestic ltos, scfcnrc nnU the arts, Slurfculturr, markets, amusements,.. NEW SE1UKS A OL 'I, NO. ltt. SUM1U11Y, NOUTIIUMI1KKI.AM) COUNTY. VA.f SATUISDAY, JUNK S, IS,?!.. OLD SERIES VOL. 11, NO. 39.. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TTIK AMKWCAN 1. rnMinlfil every ftituntny nt TWO DOLLARS ..-r n mi to be .mil half ywirly in ilv.nc. No paper discontinued until AM. nrreurnges are paid . All communications or letters on Wines relating to we office, tu insure attention, iniiHt tic I'liss 1 r.il. TO fU'lif. Three conies to "tie nddrcss, P.100 Seven- li Do in lit) Kiftemi J) 1) a in) Five dollars in mlvnnee will pny for thtec yeur's sul acriplion to the American. On. Ronnie of 10 lines, tl tunes, Every subsequent insertion, One Square, U months, Si inonllis, One venr, ItiiMines Curtis of Five linos, per nitniim, Mer...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 June 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL A TRfcATV WITH THE OJICCOX INDIANS- The Washington Republic announces (hat the commissioners appointeJ by Presl dent of the United State W treat with the Indians in Oregon, west of the Cascada mountains, for tha purchase of their lands, have concluded a treaty with the Santiam band of the Callnpooya tribe of Indians, by which they cede to lha United States a por tion of tha YVilliamolte valley, about eighty miles in length and about twenty in width. And they hare likewise concluded a treaty with the Twallatty band of the same tribe, including a country about fifty miles in length, and nbont twenty miles in width. Tha lands ceded by these tieaties are among the most valuable in the Williamette val ley. They objected to remove, and refused to have any of the purchase money appro priated to educational purposes, and they have been allowed to remain where they are. A largo portion of both of those bands are at all times living in white families in ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 June 1851

SUN WRY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Bj) ittagnctk Eclcgrap!). For the Sunbury American. DISTRESSING OCCURRENCE ! 1 I Danvime, June 18. 1851. This morning about 10 o'clock, Henry Wenck, a laborer in tho Montour Rol ing Mill, was caught by a band nnil carried round one of the wheels and horribly crush ed Tho be!t medical attendance won im mediately procured. It is very doubtful whether he survives. second dispatch. 12 o'clock, M. " Henry Wenck expired about 1 1 o'clock, tA the injuries received this morning. Pitts ntnutti, June J7. The River continues to full. There are now only four feet of water in the channel. The Ohio and Pennsylvania Rail Road will be completed to Brighton, for certain, by the 4th or July. Chicago, Juno 17. A dreadful storm prevailed' on Highland Prairie, Henry County, on Friday last, during which 25 buildings were blown down, and three persons killed. New York, June 17, 4 o'clock, P. M. We have as yet no tidings of the Hum boldt or Niagara, now fulling due fr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 June 1851

MS SUNBUllY AMERICAN AND SI I AM OKIN JOURNAL. ) o C t X ) . A SON (J I'OR THE WOBl' FAIR. BT M. r. TITPKR. Hurrah ! for l.oncst Industry, hurrah for Hirrah"('frkBll the wondrous vvoiks achiuv ed by "'it and Will ! The triumph of the Artisan has come about at length, ' . And Kii.irs and Trincr flock to praise Ins comeliness rikI strength. The lime hn come, the blessed time, for brethren to agree, And rich and poor of every clime at unity to he ; When Lnbnr, honored openly, and not alone by strait li, With horny lmnd and plowing heart may greet liis brother Wealth. Aye, Wealth and Hank are Labors kin, twin brethren nil his own, For every liijih estate on earth, of labor il hath grown ; By dyty and by prudence, and by study s midnight oil, The wealth of all the world is won by Cud. rewarded toil. Then hnil ! thou pnotlly gathetinjj, thou biotheihond indeed ! Where all the sons of men can meet as hon est labois' seed ; The tribes of tuiban'd Asia, and Afric s ebon skin, ,, , . And Kuro...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 June 1851

UNB ERICAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Cl jramlla iietospapcr Dcbotei to Volutes, aittrnturr, ilioraUis, jrorcfjtn nnfc Domrstfc ilctos, science ana the arts, Slcrfeulturr, ittarfcets, amusements, tc. NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 14. SUjNHUUY, NOH'L'JI UMBEItLANl) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE s, 1851. OLD SERIES VOL. II, NO, 40. RY AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIR AMRK1CAM ft piililWtwl wry tMturdny ot TWO DOJ.I.AH8 mt ciiitiitiii to he pant Imlf yearly in avBiice. t) impel ilmconliuiMti umu all orri;uruH tin pan! . All cimmnnk'Httnim Deleft on iMinitirtti rrlrttiiig t tti office, to insure Httciitn'ii, mint lie l'(JST 1'AlU. TO CIA lid. Thrttcnniet lo one fuMrcsn, Mini Peven 1- Do in 00 Fifteen l)o 1. SIMH) Five dollar In nitvnnre will pay for three yetii'n iuh cripuoii to tJif Ainciictui. One rour rf 10 lines, .1 times, $ 1 00 Kvrtv sulmcQiient in rtion, ii5 One 6'iiutre, J niuiitJn, 3iM) Six month, Tu One year, Aim rtunint'iH Cnnta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 June 1851

o r c i c n 2f c w jp. AUIUVAL Of THE pTEAMSHIP ARCTIC' roirt n.vrs latfii 1 bom emiope." The Flenmship Arctic, from Liverpool, Jyne llih, iO A.M., flrrlvod nt Now York nn the 22d iust., at .3 o-.c!ockK.v ilh .PI raS" wngers. She experienced fresli westerly winds liming the whole passage. The steamship Cambria arrived nt Liver pool on the Rth. - : ' ' ' ' The' number cf visitors to the K.vliibion was nctir f0,000 daily, the price cf tickets being Cn'e shilling. The crops in England and Ireland promise nn abundant yield, but the season, is rather backward. Since the sailing of the Niagara, nothing of importance has transpired. Parliament lias been adjourned fur the Whitsuntide holi" days, and consequently all legislative action has been suspended. It is said thai the Protectionist party, with Lord Stanley, will oppose the Ministers upon the Auny ami Naval estimates, to be presented next week. A new league is being formed in England for the purpose of obtaining a reform of the monetar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 June 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL Dn ittcignctie Sclcgvapl). For the SunVmry American. STRUCK BY MG11TNING J Milton, June 81. A barn belonging to Mr. Frankenfield, about two miles from Milton, was struck by lightning about 4 o'clock, yestorday, nnJ With its contents, was burned to the ground. IIafifax, Juno 24. 11 o'clock, A. M. The Uoyal mail steam er Europa, Capt. Shannon, arrived here this . . r T ! I I morning. rno sal ten irom i,iverpuui. Ulh, being 3 days after the Arctic She and will reach Boston to-morrow morning, lier mails may bo expected at Thiladnlphia, on Thursday. Her news Is of little iinpor. tance. WHIG STATE tONVEKITIo:. Lancaster, June 24. The Convention to nominate candidates of the Whig Tarty, for Governor, Canal Com missioner, and Supreme Court Judges, as sembled in the Court House this morning, at 11 o'clock, and was called to order by Mr. Loomis, of Allegheny. An organization was effected by the election of Hon. Samuel Hell, as Chairman, pro tern, and S. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 June 1851

SUN jmilY AMEllICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. J) o t i x ) . (From the Clovrbfid Tru DtHert 1 Pon't Eun in Debt y makcis . oaoS. Dou't run in Jobt ! never mind, never mind, If the old ctolhos are fadnd anil lorn ) Fix them up, make them do, it is better by Tar, Tlmn to liavo the hrait weary ami worn Who'll lovo yon the mora lor the set of your hat, Or your rcfT, or the the tie of your ttioe, The shape of your Vest, or your boots or crarat, tf they know you're in debt for the new. Don't run in debt If canary's the go, Wear blue if you hare not the cash. Or no matter what -so you let the world know, You won't run in debt for a dash. There's no comfort, I tell you, in walking the street tn fine clothes, if you know you'ro in debt. And fuel that perchance you some trades man may meet, Who will sneer 'Thcv are not paid for yet." Good friends, let mo beg of yon, don't run in ilcht, If (he chairs and sofas are old They will (it your back better than nny new set, Unk'Si they are paid for in gol...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1851

UN BURY ERICAN II. B. MASSEll, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jramflff iicluspaiJcr-Dcbotcli to JJoUtfcs, aftcraturr, iltoralfty, jForcfun imS Domestic ileitis, science ana the Girts, aorfculturr, igarfcrts, amusements, (ct. "NfcW SER1KS VOL 4, NO. IS. SUNRUllY, NOIITIIUMDKULANM COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1 851. OLD SKHIES VOL. I I, NO. 41. AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMT.niCAN is published every sntunty t TWO DUI.LAKS per milium to be pnid hiilf yeurly in dv.nce. Nu paper discontinued until all arrearages r. paid . All communications or leltom on basinets relating to She office, to in.ure attention, mum be POST PAID. ,. TO CI.L'DS. "Waree eopiti to one address, ' $300 Seven De Do lnO "Fifteen Do 1" 9u(K) Five dollare hi advance will pay for three year'a sub aeription tu the American. One Sauaie of I1 linen, J timet, tl 00 leiv subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 months, 3KI :8n motitha, 45(1 One year, linn llusiness Card, of Five ...

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 July 1851

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. I.ATEJl FROJI TKXAS. Tho steamship Pampero, Capt. Well, which arrived yesterday evening at Calves ion, brought S3O00 in fpecie on freight. Tho steamship Fanny, Capt. Foote, from tlie Brazos, brought $51,500 25 in specie. Our dates from Galveston by the Pampero are to tho 13th, and from Brownsville, by Ihe Fanny, to the 4ih inst. In relation to the crops, the Galveston Civilian says : Tho crops, we are sorry to perceive, have been suffering in some of iho interior coun tries for want of rain. Tho papers at Wash ington. on the Brazns, and La Grange, on the Colorado, complain of the dry weather, and any that unless rain come soon the yield both of corn and cotton will be short. A slight rain visited this city ycslcrday morning, and, from appearance, it is proba ble that it extended to a good portion of Ihe interior. The Victoria Advocates states that the web worms have made their ap pearance on Dr. Cuoke'a plantation in that vicinity, and seriou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1851

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAM OKIN JOURNAL CHIEF JUSTICE GIBSON. 1 Below we give an extract from a sketch of the life of this distinguished jurist, taken from the Legal Intelligencer. Thu political associations of Mr. Gibson 'ail been wiih the old Republican" party ; and the critical condition of ill affairs, In 1810, calling Tor the services of its ablost men, he was returned from his nativecounty to two successive State Assemblies in 1810 nd ISM, where ho supponted with vigor ' nd ability the admitiislrairen oT Mr. Mmli on and Jovrmr Snyder, Along with the late Mr. Nicholas Bidilr, iho was in the ame beJy, he was liore among the enrly flvocatcs of thai large system of internal improvement which the Legislature of Penn sylvania has since been completing, and by wrlkich alone our Stato can take the rank in tfha Uuiou which her endowments make not cnore eminent than natural. Returning to his constituents, in March 1812, after two ;years of public service in critical and trying times, du...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1851

' " SUNBURY IAMEMCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. " ' CHERRY PECTORAL: For llie Cnro T COUGHS, COLDS. ' HOARSENESS, BROW. -OHITIS, GROUP, ABTH MA, WHOOPING-OOtfOtt AND OONSUIMPTION. The uniform su.-i-c" which lias attended tho tine of tliis ivrp;irntin it salutary cfl'ect it jmwor to relieve nnd cure nlVoctions of tlic Lunp", have gained fur it a celebrity equalled by no other medicine. W e oiler it to the aHlicled with rnliro ronlidcnro in it virtues, and the full belief that it will milidnc nnd remove the severest attacks of disease upon the throat and Lungs. These results, n they become publicly known, very naturally attract the attention of medical men mid jihilaiitmnsts everywhere. hat is their opinion ol'CTiEIIA'Y l'KC'TOA'AI. may lc seen in the following : VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Prof. Surgery Xrd. Ctl! rr, JVt York, says : "It gives me ili asuie to certify the value and efficacy of Ayei's CIIEKUY l'Et'TOA'AL, which I consider neculiarly udapled to cure tlinca- i-cs ot tlie 1 hnmt an...

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 July 1851

I i NBUR 3RICAN H. 13. MASSE11, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET ST11EET, OrrosiTE THE TOST OFFICE. SI Jfiimnj) iictospaper-Dctiotrt to JJolWts, Uttrrnturr, morality .iforcfuit ant Domestic sutos, scfrncc nut the sirts, agriculture, iliarluts, amusements, re. NKW S12RIKS VOL. 1, NO. til. SUXJ1UIIY, XOimaJMUKULANl) COUNTY, VA.9 SATURDAY, JULY IS, 1831. OLD SttKIKS VOL. II, NO. 42. Y AMI TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TMK AMKIMOAX In pnli-Mid! vry Sutnnlnv nt TWO DOMjAKH ji. r iimnim lo . pnul liMt yitrly in !ance, Nu paper ilisruiiliiiiiLHl until ai.l iim-urug'f tire Ml oinmuniititinn or lutfor n liiiftiiioi r1ntiit to office, to iiisurt-atK'iiiiun, iimifi In; l'OtT 1AU. TO Cl.LJiS. Three C-'pic to one Hddrve, (."tm even 1- Do iimhi Fifteen l)n D 'hmi Five d'tllar in ml vamp will iV-i three jeut'rj ul crip Won to Die Atiiuru'iiu. Out Satiate of Ift linen, 3 rimr, mi Kveiy Niihst-qiiPiit iiiKfr(iin, 25 Une Square, J inoiiUi, ftiio Six month, One yeiir, lino Puiineifl CunJp of F"ivr linn,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 July 1851

SUN BURY" AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. EXTB1.CT OF A tltTTen. FROH TITS Er TOR, OJ.TS Mtarn, Conw., ) July 2, 4851. J The weataer fur ome Jays past has been M win that t feel reljeTed in reaping from the crowd si turmoil of the city of New York, t the land of steady habit, or at it is wmetimes called, tbs land of notions, wcod en nutmegs, am! pumpkin pics. Meriden is on the of rail o-ti connecting New York and Boston a road titat i now doing an im mense business, and Ism greatly added to the wealth and prosperity of nearly every place through which it passes. The connec tion is made, by ttio New York and New Ha ven road, 76 miles, New Haven to Hartford 36 nri'ics, and from iheneo to Springfield 2G wiles, where the road intersects the West ern road from Albany to Boston whole dis tance 236 miles time of running about nine hours and the fare five dollars. Meriden is half way between New Haven and Hart ford. The location of the village or rather villages, as there are two of them, is...

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

SUNBUHY AMKHICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Communication. For tti Amcrlrnn. PRESIDENT JIGE. By the act of last session, the 8th Judicial District is composed of tho Counties of Nor thumberland, Lycoming, Clin'.on nnd Centre. At the October election it will be necessary for the people to select a President Judge for this District. It is important that we should select that ofliccr with great care and deliberation, and in that selection to consid er, not the political services and partisan Usefulness, but the integrity, talent, learn ing and experience of the man. The popu lar eye has already been directed to Alex anoe Jordan, Esq., of Sunbury. llo is vell known to the people of this district, and 3 'in mention of his name alone will rural to !i minds of all his reputation ns on eminent lixvyerand an honest, upright and virtuous man. The fact that he has raised himself, without the influence of fiietuls or wealth to fiis high station at the Bar, is a mitlicirMil in dication of his industr...

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

SUNliUliY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. JJoctnj. '... ri.i Biekiss' l..rfaM Ww. ' J Sorrow and Joy t burj ihf orrow, nd lliejr shall rise At iwnU to the immorlnl skies, And then look down like mother's eyes. Jut Iff thy joys be fresh as flowers, ha I inck the honey of the showers, And bloom alike on hols and lowers. So shall thy days be sweet and bright Solemn and sweet thy starry niphl Conscious of lore each change of light. The stars will watch the flowers asleep, "The flowers will feel the soft stars weep, And both will mix sensations deep. With those below, With those abovC) Sits erermore the brooding DoVe, Uniting both in bonds of love. Children nf forth are these ; and thore "The spirits of intense repose Death radiant o'er all human woes. For both by tmttire nrnnkin ; Borrow, the ashen fruit of sin. And joy, the juice of life within. O, make thy sorrows holy vise--So shall thpir buried memories rispj Celestial, e'en in mortal skies. O, think what then had been their doom, If...

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