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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 January 1844

TCIUIS OF Tlin " AMERICAN' SUMBTOY AME1ICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: villain w AtivrnTisirvw. IT. D. MASSKR, " JOSEPH EISELY. ? PuBI.tSHF.HS ASB $ PnopmiTon. I square 1 Insertion, 1 do S do . 1 do 3 do . Every subsequent Insertion. fO 6ft 0 75 t on . it It. JttJISSKIty Editor. Office In CertiViT iflcu'in tlie rear of If. B. Hat ter Sttrre. TH E ' A M eTrYoA N"7spublished every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper disconun ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a lesa period than aix months. All communications or lutlc on business relating tolha office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. t i "l 1 """" --J . o an Yearly Advertisements t one toltimh. f 23 l half column, f IS, three squares, $ 12 two squares, '9 one square, $5. Half-yearly I ortrt column, f 18 half column, fl? $ three squares, 8 ) two squares, J5 i one square, $3 60. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republi...

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. — 6 January 1844

I.JWJ1! ' ' - H . . . . i '!. ' novcnxoii's imsic;.:, To the Senate and I finite rf llcpnxrtil,itivr vfiht Vommonmalih of Pennsylvania. Elllow Citizens -The first und most ini p.wtmit duty that dsvcrlvps Upon the Lrgislatur.., v. dl be to examine into the financial embarrass ments of the Wate., ami to make suitable pro vision for the discharge of her liabilities. The vritire nmeiont of the funded debt of th" Slate is t:-J,ti$4,000 40. Thit debt is rsiiiiljut-s-nble a t allows : Iri thn year 1S41, " - 184-1, " 1S41, Mil, . 1S5U, 18.13, 1S54, 1S5C, " 1859, 1339, 1800, 19C1, 1803, 18C3, isnt, " 1C5, ' una, " 1570, Loan payable ut the expiration of certain bank (barters, II2..VM1 a.os(;.3-t2 T.'.iir. 1,0(10.000 j.ooo.ooo 3,000,000 (p0 !?,7Sn,lCl fe 7,1J70,nGl 41 1,250.000 00 ,(il5.r,S0 00 100.00(1 00 2.or.,,j!!ioo oo 20(1.000 00 3 MM. 070 CO l.SOS.OiiO 00 2.52 1.000 00 l,91rt,215 G5 500,503 50 Sa'l.ilCi'.JyS S7 Interest due 1st Align --,t, 1542, !'..r winch certificates of stock were is...

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. — 6 January 1844

THE AMERICAN Saturday, Tan. !, 18U. it . . . j. . . -. n J.. -! rj- V. D. riuci, Eao.. at his Real Enlace ami Coal officP, No. 69 Pine Strppt, Philadrlphia, is au thorised to act as Agent, and to receive and receipt for all monies due this office, lor subscription or a J' vertising. RKcvir.n Tvrr. ino lbs., or more, orsrc nlitl band brevier type, for ale at Ibis otTire. at IS cts. prr lb., cash. The type are the sntnens tiiose used in our ndwrtiaing eolunins. Jn eonsi'ipience of our constant profession al enCPtoineMts at court thi week, we ore una ble to give i-ur r-aib-M the it.-iial variety of edi toiirtl, and other liui'lter. C",- We lay before onr reu lor., this week, the Coventor's Messnse. Not having bad time to look over it, we can give no opinion mi ft merits this week, TltoVOKIMi TllK MksA1.K AND HlK M ii.. We hitd reserved room, uud were pa tiently waitir.2 frr the lbirrisbura mail on Thei's day niornini;, for a ( f py of tli (iovcrnoi's M ;" s.i. Tie iFiail urrived about ...

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. — 6 January 1844

, II A 21 K WOT 12 11 ST. rHXSYI.TAXIA. Tlie following list sbnws the curtr-tit value of nil Pennsylvania Batik Nuti i, The most Implicit re innce may 1 placed upon it, a it I every week wiefully compared with at d corrected from Dick icll's Reporter. Kniik lu Philadelphia. t PlC. 1l Nam. Locatio. .KILA NOTES AT TAR. Punk of North Ameiica . , pnr ink of tho Northern Liberties . par Commercial Hank of Penn'a. . . par Fairrcr' mid Mechanics' Bank . . pnr Knsiiipton Bank . . par I'hilailelphia Rank . J Vnr S, hnvlkiil Rank . . pnr iiihwurk flank ... far Western Hank par Mccbonics Bank fnI M:mi'cturere' cV Mocha-iics' Punk par Country Usuili !': nk of ( neuter County H.irk of Delaware County Hark of Oermantown Hunk of Montgomery Co. floylestown Bank Pnston Ttank Farmers" Bank of Thicks -co Oir-ee of Hunk of Trim's. Office do do Office do do Oifice !o -flo Westchester par Chester Oermantown Norris'own Poylestown Caston Bri-tol par" pnr par par par pnr TCarrifhnrg't Those Lancaster I ofii...

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. — 13 January 1844

UNB1JM AMERICAN. ritic i: or Anvrirrisixc. I square I insertion, . . . fO SO 1 do S do . . 0 75 I do 3 do . . I CI) Evc'ry milmequcnt insertion, . 0 Yearly Advertisements : one column, f 2!i ; half column, f I H, three squares, f 1 8 ; two r;uarcg, f 9 ; nno iimi f.'i. Half-yearly : on column, $ 1 8 ; half column. f2 three tquares, ; two Fqunrrt, frj one square, $3 fit). Advertisements left without direction" ns lo the lenu'th of lime they ire to be published, will ha continued until ordered out, and chsrged ncco'd- infily. CTj'Sittern lines niske t square. IT. IT. MA8SF.ll, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. pcbi-ihhkbh amd Pbofiiiktor. It. It. .T..Vf;I, lUUior. Office in Centre Alley, in tlie rear of 11. li. Mas ser'i Stm-e. THE' AMKKIUAN" i published every Satur Jay nt TWO LiUlXAUS per annum t be paid hrtlf y Piirly in ndvnnio. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages nrc pni J. No subscription received for a less period than six mouths. All communications or letters on .inim- relatim? to tho off...

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. — 13 January 1844

Another Strang fttory. Confession of tub Rev. E. K. Aveiy. A strange and somew lint improbable story we find in the Piovidonre Chronicle, respecting a let tor received in that city from the notorious 1). K. Avery, who, it will be recollected, was tried Flirt hrr Confession of Polly Rnilliic It appears, by the New York Sun, that Pol ly n.vltno, accused with Waite of tlio murder of Mrs. 1 loiisenim nml cbilil, bus made fouio further ronfe-sinn, implicating Waile in other oflones. The Nun says her ptnlcmoTiM are THE AMERICAN. Siiturilny, Jan. 13, 844. vortiing. c inm years tinep nt llristol, tor the murder ofi not pcmnlly believed on iho island. She. has Sirah Msria Cornell ; which letter contain n ' m-visiirably recovered ; sits updaily, and walks fill ponfo.sion of Miss Cornell's as well ns n-j around ber ell. She will probably be exa ther murders ! The elorv goes that Avery has j mined in the course ot a week. The follow I itoly died in Ohio, and that on bin death bed i iim are her ...

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. — 13 January 1844

committee, would be placing tlid House in a sin gular predicament. Mr. Roumfortot this lime modified his motion ly adding, "that ton additional members be add ed to the committee. Mr. Cooper again spoke; bin remarks were of n similar tenor with those: before referred to. Mr. Kngdor, an old member, wished the matter fully investigated, and by new members. Mr. Rottm fort then took the lloor, acd was proceeding to compare the charges of corruption ngninst the TYmteri with those which lie said were made, otld which lie echoed against the I'.xccntive of the Stilt!, wliim "the hour of ono arrived, ami the Speaker adjourned tlie House. But little was done in the Skxatk. The an imal statement of the affairs of the Pennsylvania Hospital, and a report from the Superintendent of Motive Tower en Vhe Portage Railroad were received. A resolution calling on the Canal Roard for ft Statement of the amount for which Maj. 11am bright. Collector ni tidis at Lancaster, is a de faulter, was nflered br Mr...

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. — 13 January 1844

"""TUT II A X K OTi: 1,1 ST. im$ii.,t.ii.i. Thp f .Uow-inr; list chows the nirri til valor of nil Penni h nnia Hunk Nod a. The r.io't implicit rr i'irior may to plared upon it, it Is firry inn ft ?;ri'('iil!y compared w ilh ai d corrertrd Iioin Ri.k uil's Rrportt r. t:;mUs in I'hilndolrhhi. NtMK. LoCATtO. N OTflS A T P A R. II I l.AU. fl-trdt nf Noph America . 'L.nk i.l l'n' Nnrthrm l.ihettir , I '., miner. ial Hank of Prnn'n. . Filirr.s' and Mech inks' Il.ilik . hi M-inpton Hank . I I dndclphia Ilnnk ; . liuxlkil! liiiilt .u!rv1l'li Itft.k X'.'i-'pui l!:iiik , , M. rl'ntiiiV llnnk' M:.mi'rtiirt'rs' &. Mpchsr.ic' Trtik C'iu::Ji-y ETiiiil. s. pir pa I p..r pur p ii , p..r l" pur I pnr pat ! I'1 t 1 1 1 i f ' lipftrr ( ininly V-1 k nf l)p!nvvnrc Coinity I! ink of fiVrni.intiiw ii I'juk of Monisotiit'ry Co. !') Ii s'mvn lljnk (vi.i'on Hank I' li'iipr' Itniik of Tlrrks ro n:'-.cp ol'Ilmikof PennV 'i're dii do I !ocp do tli I' iiU'O do do W ( sti'lnstcr pir I p-ir I pir ! p.,r par 1 ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 January 1844

LTNBUJIY AMERICAN. I'll ici-:s or aii:iitisixi;. I Tiiare I insertion, ff) BO 1 iln 2 do . . . 0 75 1 do 3 b . . . . 1 00 K.!ry iubpiupnt innprticn, 0 2f Y parly AderliprnentK t onn rohimn, f 25 half polunin.f 18, thrcp aqunrni, f 12; two rqiiarpn, f9 i ntip wqunre, 55. Half-yearly ! one column, $19 ; half column, f 12 ; three quare, 8 ; two eiiuarra, 55; one aqunrp, fiO. Advprtiaempnta left without directions aa to the lenath of time thpy arc lo he published, will bo iintinued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. pr)'',!i'en line mnk a aqnare. II. 11. MAnskk, joF.rn kiski.y. Punr.isnr.ns 4t rnopniKTOR. . it. .Tl.f.f.V;!, lUUtor. Office in Ctnire Alley, in the rear of 11- It. Mai tier's Store. THE" AMKIUOAV iomiMiMhoJrvcrvSnliir AND SIIAM0K1N JOURNAL; day nt TWO DOI.I.AKS per niitnim la be- j pud half yearly in advance. Io paper Uiml-uiiiiii. lied till am. ntri-nrages nio paid. ISo subscription received for a Ipsa period than Absolute arqinrsornro in the derision or the majo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 January 1844

The Tnink Itobbrry. The Mtslcry Siitvrtt I'omcrni's Trunk lie covered Am st of the liidiiidiml who stole it. At length wcare enabled to place the history if this singular robbery before the public On Friday, about halt' past 12 o'clock, the messen ger of the Ilank or New York called nt the Merchants' Bunk for the purpose of settling the exchange account. Among the note of the Merchant' Bank, held by the Rank of Xovv York, was one for $-"0(), w hich was recognized by the Teller as being one of the notes lost by Messrs, Drew, Robinson & Co., No. 40 Wall street, who had given the letter anJ number to every bank in the street. iMcssrs. Drew nnd Ho binsnn were fent for immediately, and they un hesitatingly pronounced it to be the note. It is a little singular that this was the only note the mark uf which had been taken at Troy, previous t' having been given into Cobb's possession. Inquiries! were instituted at the Bnnk ofN'evv York, and it was ascertained that it had been deposited t...

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. — 20 January 1844

Heart Htmllng Disaster. Loss or Tim STFAMnoAt SiiF:rEi:iF.s am One Hi Mimni Livks. The St. Louis Democrat of the Oth itist. says tliut the city was thrown into con sternation tlm dn y previous by the announce ment thut the steamboat Sheperdess, from Pitts burg, bail slink in sight of ihnt city, about mid night tho night previous, and tlmt from 10 to 100 lives were lost by the awful catastrophe ! The night was extremely colJ, and to this fact it is mainly owing thut many were drowned, who o therwise might have reached the shore. We subjoin all the particulars which have been as certained, from the Gazette of the evening of the 4th : 'The Sheperdess was from the Ohio river, was commanded by ('apt. 1'owell or Powers, (we could not understand which.) who had recently purchased and thoroughly repaired her. She left Pittsburg some six or eight days ago, with a crew of from ten to fifteen persons, and at the time of the accident had upwards of-il) passengers on board, a very large number, ...

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. — 20 January 1844

IS A A' It XOTI! IMST. rmsvi.r.iMi. The fiillowrinp; hat showa the current vatun or nil Ponnsy'viinhi limik Notes, 'flip nin-t i n i! : it re bince limy he ln oil upon it, as it i- evert wtk :n fult v complied with ni d corrccte l hum Ui k .l' il's l!rpoilrr, Iticnlin Ju riiilmlrlpltl;'. , !'!'. A7IK. liOCATKlS-. I'll 1 1. 4 f. I11' . par par par . par . 1 par . pnr pur put pur NOTIvS A T P A R. tliiili of North America i'snk of t... Northern Liberties . I 'ormnereiul Hank of PennV . K.irirrrs' nnd Mei-hntiic llitik . Krn.ip(rton Bunk . i l.itadclphin Hank V hm Ikill Bank , , s oiihwark Hunk . . VV'ruipni Hank . , VTlniiir' Bank , , Manufacturers' iV Meclinub V Hank o!ittry It:iiiltt. " 'I'k of ( hotcr County Westchester pnr par Hank of Delaware County Chester Hank of ('crmantn.vn (icrninufnw'ii ' 'iik of MontiioniPiy Co. Noiristowti Doylestown Hunk Do h slow n Htis'nn Bank Faston Farmers' Bank of Bucks cn. Bii-fnl pnr I'nr .r par i p'ir ; ('Mice of Bank of Prtiii'ii. llairhhu e"- l...

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. — 27 January 1844

ti:uim or Tin; " .011:111 c ax." II. R. MASS Kit, JOSEPH EIStil.Y. PnorniRTOBi. . It. .n.lSSKH, Alitor. OJJiet in Ctntrt ,1lle, in the rtur'of 11. tt. Mas ner'n Store. TH E AM HUH) A ." in nublishrJ rvrrv Salur day nt TWO UOI.I.AKS per annum In be I paid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin- ued till all aircnragcs aio paid, j No subscription received for a less period ihnn nix momtiih. All communications or letters 1111 husincsa relation to tho office, to insure attention, ' muni he POST PAID. ! Frnw Ornfmm' Mnnzine. THE PtlltS SI ST Kit. 11V .11 I.OR ()M! 1, Think nut the troo.1. The (leiitle ileeds of merry thou luist done Shall die forgotten ;ill. Uow Why. what's the world hut n wild chnrnel house ? It dead, if not renewed, would swell the irlolie ; Ilevond the irr.isp of tlmn it.-and rotrelhe sjVhf re StrMasliiia in ma.y masses, into chaos. lVnth is onr life-, we live nnd live apiin. l!iin upon our dust, Alas' that fife Knows hut one parent d.-ath r"r.all we are And a II ...

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. — 27 January 1844

Kltraol-4lunry Iimlnner of DliCMt mil (.nf ming. The Norfolk fiszetto furnishes the following account rfan extraordinary instance of disease ami wifTrrinrr : Wo have to rccoru"(Sne of tho most remark able iiitdnncca of human distortion that have coma within the Benpo of our observation and reading. The subject of our remarks is Mr. U riali Ambler, who died in this town on Thurs iliy morrdng last. Mr. A. wai-a house carpen ter, anil hy exposure when in a heated and cx rited state of body, tboni nino years since, be mine a prey to that racking disease, the rheu matism. During nearly the whole of this long pci iixl he was confined to his room and bed, en during an amount and intensity of pain nod suf fering which have seldom fallen to the lot of hu manity. His disease in its progress dislocated nearly, or quite, every joint in his body, causing the lionea to protrude from their places, and in some instances to project nearly an ine.h fioni the sur face, and for the last four years depr...

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. — 27 January 1844

changing the franking privily. Almost every Slate in the Union linn now petitioned Cnngres upon this subject, and there is, but little doubt that Congress will Hot fuvnrnbly upon it. THE TARIFF AGAIN. Mr. IRWIN presented memorial from mer chants of New York testifying in behalf of the beneficial effects of the present Tariff declaring that miller its present influence business had re vived, and the country hud every where become more prosperous. Mr. Irwin moved the reference of the memo rial to the Committee of Way and Means, and its printing. The reference wn agreed to, but the printinjr Was refused. From the Daily Sun. PKNXSVlsVAXIA LEfJlSI.ATtTlF.. llAHi:iHrn;, Jan. 2'2, 1MI. Sf.vv.tk. The bill for giving the printing to the lowest bidder came up, and on motion of Mr. Sullivan, was referred to th? Committee on the Ji diciary for correction, with instructions to re port on Tn -sday next. The bill to compensate J. W. Hammond for services in the Treasury de partment passed three ren...

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. — 27 January 1844

HAiVK OTi: LIST. rnwsixvAxii. The following list shows (hp cum nt value of nil Pemisylvaniri Dank Notca. The most impliril re hmee may lie placed upon it, a il i- erery week jarrfully compared with il corrected from Ri k arll's Reporter. ltank In riillndrlpliln. . . Disc. M nAMK. I.OCHTIO. Pini.tn. pur pnr par . nr pnr ; par par par par pur par NOTES AT PAR. Rank of North Amciica Hunk of tin- Northern Liberties . Commercial Rank of Penn'a. . , Farmers' and Mechanics' Bunk . Kensington Bank . Philadelphia Bunk a . Schuylkill Hnnk ... Sonthwark Hank . . . Western Hunk . Mechanics' Bank . . Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Bunk Country Itanli. Rank nf Chester County Westchester Hank of Delaware County Cheater I!. ink of Oermnntiiwn (Jermanlown Hank of MonlBOinery Co. Notristuwii Doyhstown Tl.mk Doylcslown Fsston Bank Fusion Farmers' Hunk of Bucks CO. Bristol par pur pnr pnr pur pnr pir i ( Ulice of Batik of Petin'a. Illicit do do Office do do Offlca do do NOTTS AT llarrishutg' These 1 ol...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 February 1844

ti:iuis ov tiii: " oiriiitJAx.'' SUNBTOY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: I'nicra or Anvr.rtTisixf i. I square 1 insertion, $d fr 1 do 2 do . . . 0 lb I do 3 dj . nil Eery subsequent inserticB, 0 SfT Yearly Advertisements : one column, f2.r hnlf column, f 18, three squares, f IS j two squares, f 9 t one square, Half-yearly t one column, $18 half column, $13 ; three squares, fS ; two quuret, 1 5 ; one square, f 3 CO. Advertisements left without directions as to tho trnqth of time they ire to be published, will ht continued until ordered out, and charged accord' inRly. Cfhteen lines make sown. . .... i-i ttnttled Thunder. Ono of the editors of the New Orleans Pica yune, who has recently returned from a tramp through the prairies, gives tho following ainu II. n. MASHUK, JOSEPH EISKI.Y. 1 rrnLiNBt:ni AXD rRnrniCTons. II. It. .V.I SS Hit. Editor. Office in Centre dlllry,in the rear of 11. li. Mat ter's Slnre. TIIC" AMEKIUAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 February 1844

C7 The following i on extract of the testi mony before the Investigation Committee, in re lation to the election of State Printer, which we coj-y from the Ilarrisburg Argiu : COMaiTTRB OP WVESTIfi ITION. Thursday January 13. 1311. Thomas J. Rkhrer wai tlion called to the tand. Ai this witness was known to have anon the written contract entered info hy M' Kinley, to give A. J. Glossbrenncr, the editor of the York Gazette, a valuable consideration tir the votes of the members of the Hoiie from York anJ Adams, every effort was made by the counsel fur tho accused, who was warmly and ardently seconded in his eflort by Messrs. Rmiin firt Stcrijjcre and Chnmpneys, to rule out the testimony. Although these petitlcmen had just closed the caminatinn of Mutter, as to the Governor's course in tho election of State Trea surer, in 1342, which subject was not even re motely referred to the Committee, the moment that thn entrance was to bo proved, which was to establish the charges contained in the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 February 1844

InroblnajaSwInrlltr. A singular scene, was witnessed in Baltimore, on Saturday last, as we learn from the Sun. A perron met another in one of the most public places, and accosted him thus "Sir, you must ither psy mo the money for that suit of clothes you have on, or 1 will have the clothes. You can, perhaps, whip ne, but 1 will tear the clothes off you." This speech attracted the at tention of bystanders, when the gentleman spo ken to appealed to the other not (o expose him. "I will go with you," and away they went toge ther. Upon inquiry, we learned that this scene M as occasioned by the following circumstances. An individual, who gave his name as Horace J. Hill, commission merchant and ship broker, No. G Bowley's wharf, corner of Wood street, Baltimore, called upon Mr. Thaddeus Mabee, tailor, and obtained from him a suit of clothes, directing them to be sent to his store. Mr. M. himself, went with the clothes, and as every - . . , ix ? I " s "i'i" " :'"'"' '" 1 pay came forth, and...

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. — 3 February 1844

II AX H XOTi: LIST, lTAXSVIVAMi. The following list s-howa the rum nt value nf nil Vnnsvlvania Bank Note. Tho most implicit re mce may he placed upon it, ai it i. ercry trerk arefuHv compared with ai d corrected from ISi k icll's Reporter. Huiilts In riillnilrlplila. v.. Due. lw iMlt. LoCATIOJr. I HILAR. NOTES AT P A It. NirV nf North America . .itik of the Northern Liberties 1 '"mmrrrinl Bank of Pcrtn'a. . ;' .iivera nml Mechanics' Dunk '' i'nainrton Bank . I l.i'ndelphia Hank '.hmlkill Rank 'ninliwnrk Itnnk , , Western Bank . , "' 'cchanics' Bank . Manufacturers' cfc Mechanics' Bank pur pur I pnr par par pnr pnr nr par par Country Hanks. 'look of Chester County Wratchcslcr pnr pnr par pnr par far pnr l!;nk of Delaware County H.ink nf Oormaiitown !Jtik of Montgomery Co. IViylcslown Bank Eas'nn Bank Chester Orrmnnlown Norristown l)n It stown East on Farmers' Bank of Burks CO. Bristol "lire of Dink of Pcnn'a. :!'co do do '!'!Ve do do Omro do do NOTES AT Bank of the Foiled States' Han...

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