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

AMERICAN. It. B. MASSEIt, KDITOIl AND HlOriUKTOli. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFicE. ft iF.Tmdy iitiuspnpcv-Dcliotcli to jjoUHcs, ancrnittft, iltoinKty, jrorcfiw an nrtmrstfc Jiclus, Scfrncc nnH the arts, aflrtculturr, JHnrtuts, amusements, ,ve. NEW SEIIIES VOL. I, no. ir. BUMiL'ltY, NOUTIIUMnEULANl) COUNTY. 1A., SATL'JIDAY, JULY 10, IS?H. OLD HEMES VOL. 1 1, NO. 4. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMI-.tllCAN li pnl.ti.ti.-n every (.itiuitiiy nt TWO PUI.I.AliS per miniiin I" I'f I"'"1 V!," " ti l. mice. No panel ilincni i until ' " uri ' Vl eomimwieiitimn it letlcfn kii .iiinei n-liitiiiR .i 'ilice, to uiaure aitr L ,K l'u!?l 1 Al- TO I I. I UK. Tlirel" ponies tn l"" Ilil.llt'iK, Heven 1" I1" Kilierii 1 1" Fivil"llm in inlvniK"1 will p" y f"i lliiee ;eai scripiiuu tn llie Anii-riTOii. 1IMKI an 110 Huh One Pniini); of Id Imk-b. a limui, Every .nlijii(iu-iil iiicrli"ii, One Square, U iihhiiIis, Six ui'intlm, One )ir, IIiiimik-m Cants nf Five Mill'", per minimi, Merclimill. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1851

ARRIVAL or 'WE STEAMSHIP 3PBANKLIN. 'Vtfl'B PATS fcATEn FROM EUROPE. The United States Mail Steamship Frank lin, arrived at New Vork on Monday morn ing, about 2 o'clock, from Havre and Cuwes, being twelve days from the latter place. She left Havre on the morning of the 2d inst., and Cowcs nt midnight of the sane day. She bring more than a hundred pas nongora, and between six and seven hundred tons of valuable French, Swiss, and Belgian goods, said to be worth from seven to nine million francs. The lalest'l.oiidon papers are of the 2d inst. With reference to the World's Fair, we learn that a considerable falling off In the number of visitors was perceptible, occasion ed by the intense heat or the weather, and by the insufficient ventilation in tha Crystal Palace. The Commissioners had set about the task of remedying this defect, and there was no doubt their cfTorts would be attended with success, as largo spaces, for the admis sion of fresh air, were to be opened both on the ground f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1851

SUNBUllY AMEIUC Ai A IN I) SHAM OKI N JOURNAL Commiuwcttion. For the American. llDCE EIXIS LEWIS. A. correspondent of the Daily News, who Higns hirmelf "Northumberland," allege lliat "Judge Lewis, while President Judge in the 8th Judicial District, purchased a largo judg ment In his own court against an unfoi Innate debtor ; and bargained for another larger .judgment, and undertook to rolled them." This is denounced as a "wicked speculation." The charge is false; and the more it is in restigated the worse it will be for all con ftpiritors to defraud creditors, all defaulting bank oilicers, and all fraudulent bankrupts who may bo concerned in bringing it before the people. tl is true that a certain wealthy President ( a Hank, (in which Judge Lewis, in an oil hour, had invested the earnings uf his whole life.) formed a mysterious connection with a man named John G ftoyd, and this Bank President, in addition to overdrawing his own account to a very large amount, al lowed about $15,000 ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1851

I I SUNimiiY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ) 0 c t v u . From Hie Nuelomil Era. A Fantasy. ft CRACK ORKKSWOOB. Two Uivo. t re'em In know : one keep My w-Bkiiiff lime llio oilier sleeps Whene'er 1 sleep. Oh, tenderly The night love lietli down with me ! A rhumb-child, who nestles nrnr, And clasps me. close, ns 1 fold him warm Yel ho shuts my henrl ogainM all fear, tie wraps mv sold in die;im of bliss My drowsy fins scarce feel his kiss lie pours his biealh round my repose, Like sweets exhaline from u rose. Hnt, Vvilli the wild link' waking strain, Freshly and jraily out of sleep, AVilh life new iit in heart and brain, Into the day-love:s arms I leap ! Wa beats mo nn and np, and charmS My failing; sonl apainsl alarms Calm flows before him, and he flings Pence with the shadows of his wings. What cood beyond inv ken, may live In tliis weak heart, but known Thee . What have 1 done, that Thou ehould si Most gracious Cod, such gifts to mc T A CALL TO HOUSEKEEPERS At the alilnct Ware Itnom...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 July 1851

- vrjc;a 1 1 AM ERICAN. JL B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE. l jFiimUg iirtusjjnprr-DctotcU to jjolMcs, aacrniurr, aornUiy, jroicfan nwn DomcsUc iitlus, Stfcnce ana the arts, giarlculturr, jitnrlUts, amusements, ice. i r . i i a m "iTjj T NKW SEKIKS VOL. J, KO. IS. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMKRIPAN in pnlili.hnl every Pntiinlny nt TWO POI.I.AK. per milium to he piii.l Imlf yearly in ailvnncc. Nil sijiei lli.canlinueil until ALL uricnrii; "re putil. All rommnnifritirmfl or letters (Mi lui.ine.s relating to tlie. oll'ice, u insure ultenlion, mnat lie ruisT l'AID. TO fLl'C!. Three copies to one nililrew, Sno evcn In 1 K'tK Fifteen ) l'i VIMiip Five dolliir in wlvnnee will pay for tlnee yew's sult--scriniiou u tlie American. One Puniuc of 1(1 line, fl tunes, Kveiv miliseiin-nt innertiun, One tiu:ire, U nieiiilm, siix months, One year, Ititftinet Ciinlx of Five linen, per milium, Merchants nuil others. nilvertlHinn liy tire year, Willi ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 July 1851

HIGHLY lNTOKIAST FBOM CUBA. The 1nmtiip Cherokee, at New York, brings advice from llavaoa of the titgheiit imporUitoo. They are lo ilia I7(h init., and lint tea to serious Iroublns in lha interior of Cub. A correspondent of lha New York Herald writes as follow: IUviva, July 16, IS5I. Insurrection fit Principe The Fourth of July at Principe Ilnmigement kcttceen Vie Pro pie and Ike rtocps General Insurrection irt the CenmA aid Ectstern Part of Curxi Humors en tke Subject Desertion nf the Troops FralerAuulio cilk the People, Tho revolution of Cuba has changed il8 chrysalis for llio full grown fly. The first blood has been spilled. Cob, sorrws seem to think, has her Lexington. Tho piwlici lars of lha nccounls which wo receive from the interior are exceedingly various, but all unite upon fhi!Trr3 greit fact that thrt pro nunciamcnlG has berxi made, and n slight ad vantage gained over tho troops. The people f f riticipo have been the first to draw the sword. One of the most probable versi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 July 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL COMMUNICATION. Fi tfie American. THE ASSOCIATE JIDUE ts not required to be Joarncd in lha law. Good sense, sound judgment, firmness, in tegrity nd honesty, ought to bo his qualifi cations. Mr. Francis BrcHEit is a man in iv-hom are combined nil thoso qualities. He is wetland favorably known to most of tho people of this County, and nil w ho do know liim will bear witness to this stnletnent. lie is an industrious mechanic, and in the inter al of relaxation from his daily toil, has not failed in acquiring a l;irra-fuiul of general knowledge. In local politics ho has rarely engaged, but his sympathies as well us his votes have always been wilh llie democracy. Among the rnmliilates for this responsible iifTice, Mr. Bi'ciier occupies a prominent place. He has many fripiuls who nil unite i i recommending him to tho favorable con sideration of the people. JACKSON. Ill A R It 1 V. I). In this place, on Sunday last, by J. II. Zimmerman, Ksq., Mr. James H...

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

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SIIAM0K1N JOURNAL. P otix IJ . You'll Triumph at lash tlY CHARLES BERTRAND. Are you li lover, and wishful to gain Tho huatt of the fair One who cau causes you train t Attack the fort bravely, not Righlii:gly sue, Press your suit boldly, not timidly woo ; Hoar no refusals, let frownt hurry past J Increase your endeavors you'll triumph at last. Or nro you strivinp, nt midnipht alone, To make all the treasures of learning your , , own ? Or, led on by ocicncp, with labor and care, .The wonderful secrets of nature lay barel Though obstacles i ise o'er a prospect o vast, Be not discouraged you'll triumph al lust. Or are yon toiling a fortune to pain, Though former trials proved fuiilo and vain? Remember the spider your efforts renew; He earnest and hopeful in all that you do. Though often baffled, 1)0 never downcast ; llave faiih in the future you'll triumph at last. jpr are you anxious to crush some preat wrong Upheld by the wealthy, the high, and the . . Fpnp All h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1851

I A V' CAR tV L II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI- JFamU ilctosprrpcv Dcbotcti to JjoHtfcs, aucrnturc, lornlfti, jfovcfflit nnii Domestic Hclus, defence antt the arts, asrfculturc, .ftlnrltets, amusements, fcc. NEW SERIES VOL. J, NO. 19. SUM1UIIY, NOUTIIUMISKKLAM) COUNTY. PA., EATIKDAY, AUtiUST 3, 1831. OT.l) SKIIIKS VOL. II, NO. 45. 1 Tirmrnrni n niBii-m-rrminTnii 11 iwiiumttt in -mi i m itwrnrni hum m hum iimiiii i iiiwir TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKHTCAN in pulilisliwl every S:imnl:iy nt TWO DCM.I.AIC piT niiiiiiiii Ki lie puiil Imlf yearly in 4t'l !tiice. No paper tliscniiUiiucil until all nrreurunua ure . ii I. '. eomirtiiiiiralions or li'tlcm ml litiwiitrs rr-liilmg to I'm .lfice, tu imure utti'iitioa, must tie POST 1'AIU. TO CI.LIJ:?. Three coniea to one tulilirss, So 00 Seven li Do IIMNI Kiitei.ii 11" l)n iiiHHi Five dollars in mlvniiee will jmy for three year's aub cription Ui the American. 'One Soiniie nf 10 lines...

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

St'XBlRlr AND ERIE RD llail roaJs are becoming ihe groat them onghfares of America, and tha time is com' ing when every considerable town will be connected by the iron track with the "rest of mankind." Some route will be leading One, commanding a largo share of travel, and of course profit to stockholders, and the owners of property to be enhanced along the routes. How shall we, of Warren, secure a location on one of these first class roads, is a questiod of great importance to every citi ten, and is now about to be determined ; but to insure success there must bo action on the part of those interested. There is, in Pennsylvania, a charter for the Sunbnry and Erie Kail Road. The ques tion is now believed to be settled that this road will be built Irom Sunbury to Franklin, in Venango county. From Sunbury to Phil adelphia, a road is alieady completed, or nearly so, and this intersects with roads running from Pottsville to Manch Chunk, and from Port Clinton northward ; and tho lime is ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1851

COMMUNICATION. For the American. THE ASSOCIATE JIHOE ts not reqniretl to be learned in the law, Good sense, kouihI judgment, firmness, i ft togrity and honesty, onaht to be his qnnlifi cations. Mr. Francis Buciier is a man in whom are combined nil these qualities. Ha is well and fuvornbly known to most of the psriplfl of this County, and all who do know him will bear witness to this statement. lie is an industrious mechanic, and in the inter vals of telaxation from his daily toil, has not failed in acquiring a larfe fund of general knowledge. In local politics he has rarely engaged, but his sympathies as well as his votes have always been with tho democracy. Among the candidates for this responsible i-'Hee, Mr. Bitiifr occupies a prominent )' ice. He has many friends who nil unite ii ttcominending him to the favorable con sideration of the people. JACKSON. THK ART OF 1'LYIXa. A French journal has a letter from MnJ. lid, living an account of a successful experi ment with a new appara...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1851

a cobrksposdekt of ilia Baltimore Pig- ralch in furnishing Ihnl paper with a rip8 of amumng ami well wriflen portienl efiti 'ions ; 'undor iho hertd of ''City Lyric)." i no lam numocr cuiftanii to much of what Sam Slick call "Jinmaii nafar," and is wiih. also good a parody on tho aong, lo tho air 01 which it i., adapted, that wo have resol ved lo give it a placo in iho literary depart- iuuiii 01 mis pnp?r : Air" u-0,,1,1 not jr,,. , jy,,, T woiilj not din in Spring tim JVnen n orms licgm t0 cravM ; hen cabbngo plains are t-houiin Ami frous biMiin in r,....n . Time. ur, 'Tis t,un ,10 nrL. (,, 0-f charm wru n(,mil,J HP"" Iho men ; When lamb and peilR aro j,, tileir prfno 1 would not perish then. 1 would not die in Summer, tthen trees ore filled iih f,it, Ami every sportsman has a gun, ' The lntm birds lo shoot. ' , iho girls then wear their Dlor"ier tlre5'' And half distract the men It is tho tinia to sweat ' i- I would not perish then. I would not die in Aiilumn, When new-mown hay nm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 August 1851

mm-" 1 UNBURY AMERICAN 0 IL B. MASSKR, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. oft Market street, opposi-rfc the post office. S3 ifnmfln iittospaprr-Detootrt to UoKttcs, acteraturr, jfttoralft, jfortlun .in Domestic iUMis, Stfcnce ani the arts, vff ; jHamts', amushhents, c. SUNIIL'KY, NOirrilll.MHKHI.AM) COUNTY, PA., SATL'HDAY, AUGUST , I 811. NI5W SEK1KS VOL. J, NO. 20. 4)LO HKHIKS VOL. II, NO. 40. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIM' A.MI'.HIrAN it pul.lixd-'rl every fiitunlny ill TWO DOI.I.AItS per 111111 to hr p""1 Imlf yearly 111 ' mce. No piipei ilmeoiitiiiiicil until all urrint(! ure A 'I communication or letter, "11 lutitiiiemi rclntuiH lo lli .flee, tn iiiiiirv utlnitiini. Ilium lw I'OST PAID. TO O.I US. Three conies to one mlilri-M, rVioO Kevin, D lo Fifteen Do Do IHI Five il"ll;irn in intviuiee will piiy for three )ral'i iuli acriilliil to llle Ainericitn. One Simile of HI linen. 3 times, 81 M) F.veiv Biiliiieriitant iiiKi-rtion, !M One iii:ire, J moiilli,, Hon Hx ini'iillift, 4-Vt tine yiiir. ""(...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 August 1851

iCalifovntft SCfiuo. ARRI.rttFTIIE 1UO W Kin's IMTIIl NEWS. Terrible devastation. Five Hundred Buildings Destroyed. 1,08 ESTIMATED At THRE R MlLl..ONS. 81. 1 01,000 ill ..iM Airlvi'.l New Vork. I Ol,. UN. I, Ml O.N Tin: SI I MP. The democratic candidate for (lovcrnor, CJol. Vm. Jiigler, Js now engaged in ad dressing li is fellow citizens in various por- Ntvr Vhkk, August C, IS5I. The steamship Empire C'ily, from Chagrefc Soth nil , mill KiiiLisloii, Ja., tlio 30ih nil., nr- j L-lri. ..... -.1.? . ..v.-f nvfii ui imn-pusi cigni u i-iuck mis morning. She brings 360 passengois, $1,400,000 in gold litis!, on freight, ond 300.000 in tlio hands of passengers. Tho Kmpire City also brings !liu mails from San Francisco to the 1st July. GREAT FIKK IV SAN FRANCISCO. Tho cily of San I-'taucisco was v:-,e'' Another most destructive fire, o 'uo 22J r Juno, which commenced on 'lie north s"' Of Facific street, near Powell, sit about 10 o' clock in the morning, rind spread down Paci fic street and t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 August 1851

SUNKUltY AMEM1CAN AjNJ) SHAM OK IN JOURNAL ommumfation3. Tor lite AtnfTlcnti. ot n kt.xt nii-Miim. II. B. Masskr, Esq. It i concedc-il that the candidate tor Assembly, nt llio coming election, is lo bo taken from tlio Folks. A dumber of persons liiivo bocn pnken of ns candidate. Among tliom is COL. WIL LIAM FOLLMEU, of Lewis township, who is known to many ns one of llio late County Commissioners. Col. Fullmer is n prnclical farmer, of pood sound senso nml tiiinssiimino, manners, and would, wo think, make nn ex cellent member. It has been nseiled that Col. Folltner would favor n division of the County, becansn ho is u resilient of tlio up per end. Col. Fullmer is in favor of leltina lh Comity remain as it is, and is opposm! lo any division. TOINT. Knr thu American. Mr. Editor : A? it is or-nc::illy conceded that one of the Associate Judges, should re sido in the County town, permit us lo name UEOWJK WEISF.K, Ks., or Suiibury, as a person in every way qualified to discharge the duties...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 August 1851

sAks SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMDK1N JOURNAL. ( From the TStrprt ftajr) Polyphemni and Ulyrte. X CLASSICAL STORY T km. A Very Yemarkubla history this is Of old roi.TPHitMi ami Mr. The latter a hero accomplished and bold, The former a knave and a fright to be hold, A horrid big giant who lived in a den, And dined, every day, on a couple of men, Ale a woman for bieakfast, and (dreadful to see ! ) Had a nice little baby eervcA up with hit tea! Indeed, if there's truth in tie rtVrigtitly Tret ration Of Homku, a poet of ome tepnla'lioir, Of Viruii., a writer but Vi'ttle inferior, And in some things, peihaps, the other's superior, Polyphemus was truly a terrible creature In manners and morals, in form and in feature ; For law and religion he cared not a cojfijvr, And in short led a life that was very im proper ! What made him a very remarkable guy, Like the lata Mr. Thompson, he'd only one eye ; tout that was a whopper a terrible one "As large (Virgil says) as the disk of the sun !" A bril...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 August 1851

T Tet y J-!-- II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. l jFcimflff siciusynpcr-Dcuotcu to 3Jo!Wcs, attcvnturc, tfioralftff, jfoicton nn8 Qomrstfc iUtos, science an) titc arts, aartrulturr, iUarUrls, amusements, fee. New series vol. i, ko. si. SUMlUltY, NOUTJIUMDEHI.AM D COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, ALdllST lo. OLD SERIES VOL. , No. 17. :R; 1 All TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TtIK AMF.tMCAX in publishes! cvtrv fntunl.iy nt TWO 1KX.LAII8 per Milium In he tni.l hull' yearly ill dvincc. No mpci iliacniilinual until all urrcuriigua uro (and. . All e'liitimiiiiciitiniin nr letters mi business r.liiting In Ul gTfce, to insure attention, must he CUM 1'AIU. TO Cl.CIir". Tkre enpi'M to one nddrcBft, PS 00 tven )v Do Hum Firtn-n t)o Do SiMKi Five dollnrfl in mlvnnre wiil pay fur tlirce yeiir'i iul vcripuuli to liie American. One Skinme of IS lines. 3 limei, tl 00 e.verv .itlMtefjiti'iit iii.ertioii, i't One Square, 3 months, 3nn Six months, 4.'.ti One y-tir, li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 August 1851

SUflMjUY AME1U0AN AND SHAM O Kl N JOURNAL. THE TRlrLK FXRrlTIO AT CHESTER TOWJI, BID. DETAILED ACCOUNT. The following is n detailed and circitm alnntinl account of the execution of Taylor, Murphy nnd Shclton, for the murder of the Cosden family, at Chcslerlown, on Fri day : Three stcambonls, the "Portsmouth," "Port Deposit," and "Dnpont," brought Inrga numbers of persons from along tho line of their river routes, whilst crowds camo from every other direction. A troop of horsr?, fiom Queen Anne's, also camo to town, which, with two companies of troops of this county, and three hundred armed citizens on foot, made an imposing acquisition to I ho population of this quiet town. The prisoners each had somo of their male relatives visiting them last night, for tho purpose of taking final leave, and receiv ing such directions as they desired to give in reference to tho disposition of their cloth ing, &c. The clergy then counselled and prayed with them, and somo of tho legal gentlemen c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 August 1851

SUNBUltY AMKIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOU11NAL. A rilTISO YANKEE. A ankee in London nt tho WoilJ'i Fair, hits given ft very convincing proof of Ihe pry ing character of his countrymen ; he has succeeded in picking his way into tlio best patented locks made by the English manu facturers. This feat was ilone by Mr. Hobbs, who operated upon a lock placed upon the vault door of the State Papers' Ollice. and considered proof against any picklock. In twenty-five minutes he was in among the Stale records, and in ten minutes after he re locked the door, a feat, the lock being a de tector, that was thought impossible. I Jo is to experiment on another patent lock, which is to be enclosed between two boards, sealed by the committee, and nothing but the hole for the key is to be exposed to view, and thirty days is to be the period allowed for opening it. Tho e.vperimi'iit is looked for tvard to with considerable interest by all per sons connected with the trade. Mr. II. is to get 200 for opening it, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 August 1851

SUNBURY AMK1UCAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL Pott v u . l'rotn the 'niiesville Courier. "Jugs Has Eis." Oh ! yon ought to hear Sam Jours relate Hunt thPftooil old times in our native Stato! When almost evp.y Rushing rill In tho lluckeyo Slate could boast its slill; When tliB sliong, pine juice of the rye and corn Was (Wing on from nipht to morn. And every man could got a ltonn 1 Oh mkkk'r was cheap, far cheaper than now, A man could live without keeping a cow ! lint Tern' ranee lias kum, Temperance as ts, And tho price uf our grog and jugs 11 Asms. Now Billy! just wipe 'cm tcais from yonr eve, And pint me to one Distillery ! huik ruins lie scattered here and there, Where once our largo Distilleries were ; Hut the s rit.i.s arc gone, and tho worm's do cay'd And their owners are in the Churchyard laid. For Temp'rance has srii.rn the i.ikkrr trade ! And now, if you'd drive tho fog fiom your throat, Von mnsl carry a Flask in your hat or coat . ForTe.np'ra'nee has ki m, Temp'rance as is, Ami t...

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