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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 August 1851

irn j II. B. MASSEPt, KD1T011 AND P110PPJET0P. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. l Jf.imdi) jictospapcr Drtaotrt to UolUfcs, sutrrniurc, io inlay, iFordan an& Domestic iictus, Scfcncc nnU the Slvts, Storfculturr, awiicts, Amusements, rc. NKW SEltlKS VOI.. J, AO. i2. 8UMUJKY. XOIM'II IJ.MHKRI.AN1) COUNTY. 1'A., KA'I TUDAY, AMIUBT Hit, I OLD SKKIKS VOL. f f , NO. 48 AM R CAR TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. .Till! AMKHICAN in pnlilinheil evcrv Paliinlny nt TWO DOI.I.AUS pi-r iiiiiinin In lie ii'l IiuII' t-iMly in ilvmic. No paper iliviniliniinl until ai l nrrwmgtii lire mid. All cnminiitiii-atien. or li-tleni in lnisiin'vn relating t" $' ulliee, tn insure uttfiiti'-ii, nniM lie 1'wjiT 1 1. TO CM MS. to our (KltlfTn. fi.i oil even !- I WW fit'trcit 1i D" tflimi Five ( llurn in inl;ui'' will ny ( t tlnot yi':n' uh krrtp itn tii lln Amt'i a;in. One &jti:ne of 1(1 lines. 3 lnimi, tl ( Kverv Htil'.sri)iK-rit iitci-rti"!), ii." ln inni, :j months, JJml Six moniliit, .f.ifi On...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 August 1851

SUN15UUY AMEIUCAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. iro v ci tn 2f c w a. ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC 1 lilt L IS DAYS LATIill l"BOM l:t ItOPl:. ti A'i'hc firt.t, Kighlcc it mid Ihrcc-Uiuutcrs Iluun Greatest lissage on lluurd. The V. S. Mail Steamship Hahic, dpi J. J. Comstuek, reached tliu New Yoik Buttery nt 20 minutes past 0 on Saturday morning, from Liverpool, which shu Itsfl ol 4 1'. M., on Wednesday, Ilio Ctli inst., making Iho passage in nine days, fourteen hours, twenty tninittcs apparent, or nine Joys, eighteen three tU(ttlcrs hours actual lime, from port lo port. If eonnleil from Iho time sho passed tlio Bar at Liverpool, (5 P, M.) her passage is ono hour shorter llian wo liavo mado it above. It is at all events the shortest passage ever 'i'ho Baltic had good weather and fair winds for tlio greater part of Iho passage, und made Capo Raco several houis quicker than it was ever before made by a vessel from Europe. This side of that Cape, sho experienced thick weather and adverse winds, nnd, h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 August 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL a card- To the Free and Independent Electors of Northumberland County. Fellow Citizens : Encouraged by the sdvico of several of my pcrsonnl fi iond, 1 tm induced to offer myself to your suUrnocs at the next election for the office of Associ ate J u doc of Northumberland county. 1 canno! boast of being a democrat, nor will I exult at being a whig being of opinion that if a man have no other merit tlmn that of belonging to one or tlio other of tlioso re pectuble parties, however desirnblo their countenance and support mifilit be, such a man, t say, is not the best candidate for pub lic support. 1 am of opinion, with tho illus trious Jefferson, that the lime has now arri ved, when the only question, that should bo asked in relation to a candidate (for a Judi cial office at least,) is simply this: "Is he Jkoneif, is he capable, is he Jit ?" These ques lions it is your unquestionable provinco to decide. Under this persuasion of the quali lications fo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 August 1851

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL o c t v n . Stanzas. f ho "followins touching; mni nro from the pen of Wolf.-, author of llio Burial of Sir John Aloote. They were written noon tiftur the death of a beloved wife: If t had thought thou conl.l'st have died, I mitflit not rpp for Hipp ; Dot I foreot, when by thy side, That llioii could'nt mortal be ; It never through my mind hail lias!, The time would u'er be o'er, That I on thee should look my lust. And thou ."houM'st smile no more ! Anil still upon thy face I look, And think 't will omile nain f And still the thought I cannot brook That I must look in vain ; But when I speak, thou dost not say What thou ne'er lefl'st unsaid ; And then I feel, ns well I may, Dear Mary ! tlrou art dead". If thou eonld'st stay, e'en ns thou art, All cold and all serene, I slill mijiht press thy silent heart, And where thy smiles have been : While e'en tliv chill, bleak coipso I have, Thou seemest still mine own; Hut as I lay thee in the grave, 1 f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 August 1851

m hwii. w in'- J)fit'ft'llVy!J Y.:un:,:j.-; II. B. MASSKB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, "MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. jamTla ilrtaspaptr-Dftooirt to iioiwcs, attrrature, aoralHf jovcfflit auo Domrstfc jtlctes, Stfcittr mm the avts, aarlcultuvr, tfliar&cts, amusements, tec. ftp W xmm$mm .. AA 1f JJ 1 Li' - - - --7- ----'. -.- j, Ko. 52.. TEEII3 OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN in pnlilMicil every f-Hnnlay t TWO DOl.l.AllS per million to be pii'l hull' yiwrly In ada'snco. Is.) junior iliacouliiiauil unlil All. urn r Sil. All communications i-r letter, on liitniiieM relating t' ks office, to insure nlloiilinn, must lie POSIT PAID. Tl Cl.UliS. Tsres copies In one ftrtilrcini, S.H)0 even 1). J)i I""" Fifteen n 1" "UU Five dollars hi mUsnee will pay fur three yenf's aiili serip;ion to the American. Onu Sarnie nf If! lines, .1 miie., $1 00 Kvery uliefiient insertion, '2i On. Square, a moiillis, 3Ml Six months, 4.'j0 One year, O'K) limine. CanU of I'ive lines, per nimnm, aim ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 August 1851

iro reign New 2. LATE AND KXLITISn UfTELMOEKCE FROM HAVANA. rifir Loan's prif ritri r paniih ajtcamrr and Shot. AMHnicjxf jx&ui.nw ix havaxa. THE FALCON Flit ED AT. Too and Thrrr-qiinrtrr Militant In Gobli 1'IKiHAlll.i: DKFKAT OP GEN. .OrV.Z. L'xctlrm'nt la Havana, lie. New York, August 21. Tho Steamship Cherokee, Irom New Origans mid Havana, arrived this evening about 8 o'clock, in four clays from Havana, with two million fix hundred and forty thou wind six hundred and eighty nine dollars on freight, and one hundred nnd sixty-five thousand in the hands of passenger?, of whom there are about 200. Sho brings the California mails and San Francisco dates to the evening of the 1 5th July, being one day luter than tho advices by the Prometheus. The Cherokee passed the Empire City going into Havana. j The accounts from Havana nre of the ; most serious nature. I We are indebted to tho Purser of the J Cherokee for the following fearful narra- j live : I The steamer Habanero, while cruis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 August 1851

SUNliURY AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL Commimkations. A CARD. To the Free and Independent Electors of Northumberland County. Vki.i.ow Citizen : Enconrnjiod by tha mlvic-a of several uf in'y personal friend, t nm induced lo offer my so II" to your (mlTm-res nt iho next election for the office, of Associ ate Jiixa: of Nurihnrnlicrlnnil county. 1 ennno boast of lieitisi n uVmoe.ral, nor will I .ciill nt Wms n wliia birins of opinion that if a man hive no other merit than that t iii-lottyin to 0110 or the oilier of those re itpeelable pailie, however ilesiinbli) their -timiti'iinncn mid support inilit be, "eh n iniin, I say, is not the best eamli.lale forin'' lie mippoit. I am of opinion, xviih the illus trious Jelloisun, lli.il tie? time has now arri ved, when the only question, that should be asked in relation to n candidate (for n Judi cial oiuVe a: least.) is simply this: "Is ho honest, is he aipuhlr, is hv fit '' Theso (pies lions it is ynnr mirpteslioiiahle province to ileci.b-. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 August 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL A STRING. OF lTlrIlS. A man tint Inoiiks liii won!, bids other lio fills to liim. Ytin.no.fi is domctiiTiPS tlio best wny nf llCCIH'dill)'. ' , " Mi?9 Fas nt Wm.mck is playing in Bos. ton, with much success. The Boston Fust M)' that the) wliortlebe. ties are " lii? ihi nt'upon that it only takes pint and n half to make n quart. SoMTi'nn. Solilndo is swept ! lint, like the Frenchman, t wish to Iwvp a friend, to whom I can eay. ITow twett it solitude. Magnifying plasscs, to delect bank notes, lire being brot'glit into general usu in Cin cinifati. Swr.rr to Sweet. The Commit ten of the iS'ew llampsliin! Aiii ioull nrril Soriuty on Hiiney, is cmijiosf il entirely of editors. Mil. Lkacii'.tan, nf Florida, III., has n mulo liich kills ami eats every tuako that falls i;i his wny. tJl-AZtxc Sowall Short, of Baltimore, has invented a nmv and appioved niodo of insiir tingr ind'.iw glut.. No patty is med. Br. not rifiVn:itr. nt a jest. If one throw gait nt...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 September 1851

'SSjl iW t . II. B. MASSEE, EDITOR AND PKOPKIETOK. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFamHa iUiuspapcv-Dcbotrtr to ftolftfcs, attcrntuvr, iforal(t, jy ovttan aim Domestfc Rictus, Scteittt mm the sivts, gJortculturr, Harfcets, Amusements, fee. IB R-V in. si NEW.SBKircs VOL. 4, NO. 24. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. - llTL'TllniV t. nMl.ll.hul av.rV StlllliriltlV At TWO DOI.I.AI.'S ier niniiiin to lie puiil Imlf yearly id advance. No paper discontinued until all urrcuragu are Spaid. All eominuniratinna ."r letlrra on Innlnm rehitiiig to ahee-fice, to inaure sttentrni, mint l I'UBi I TO Ci.LU9. D-wee aeopica to one addrees, M 00 even U. Do IUM Fifteen Do Do SOOO Five dollar in advance will Vy Tor Hire, yent'a sub cnipuiiuiUi .liur Aiiiericnii. Os Souate of DC line.. 3 time.. 1 1 00 Every auliseqneilt -iiMerrUmt, 1M One onare, 3 munUis, 3HI ix wiailtii, 4.511 Ckue year, 6m Mumnem Ctrrda of Tire Knee, pc aiutnnt, 1HMJ MerrluwLa ai.tt others. micertiitim-r Jiy tlie yenr, with th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 September 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THE HAVANA TRAGEOT-fcI.ETf K FROM THE VICTIMS OF LdPElVS DlTUHtT. The New Orleans papers of the S3J have a number of letters from the vicllms of Lo pea's deceptions, who were executed at Ha vana. They exhibited that "patriot" in a light which will consign hint to general exe- ration. ' . ' 0. Board tub Mai or-WA t Mai or-VVA 1 Espkranza, 1 ugust 16, 1851. ) ' Aujgu Lopez, the scoundrel, has deceived us; there is no doubt that all those reports about the Cuban rising were all trumped up in New Orleans. Lopex took nearly all his command and deserted us. We were at tacked by some 600 or 700 of the Queen's troops the second day after we landed. Our own gallant Crittenden did all any man could do J but we all saw we had been de ceived, and retreated to the sea shore, with the intention of getting off to our own coun try if possible, when we were taken prison ers by the Habanero. Explain to my family that I have done nothing but what was insti gated ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 September 1851

New Advertisements. "ux Tftlnablc ; FARXVI FOR GALE. frUIE aubscrilwr will at.il at public ssle, at th House of Theodore Wells, in Ilia borough of Money, Lycoming county, ,On WEDNESDAY, the 12ih dor of NC-. -i ,Vfc.WlEU, 191-. A Valuable Farm, situate In Muney township, Lycoming county, containing 200 ACRES, more or 1cm adjoining land of Benjamin Wa ller, Jacob Haines, James Knbb, Samuel Wallis, and.olhers. To Iks sold as the estato of Edwurd Gobin, dccM. It is within three miles of tho Borough of Munry, and a half mile from a limestone bank, now worked, and that vein of Iimcstouo extends Into this tract. About B00O bushels of lime have been spread on the farm within three ycura hsL There are never failing springs in nearly nil the fields, and Wolf Run posses through the middle of the tract The spring at the house is remarkably large and fine. The situation is healthy and every way desirable. Tho improve ments lire a large sized two story DWELLING HOUSE, a one and a half story frame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 September 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. t ' 1 t 5 ' Poetry From Ui Ohk Caliivstor. . A Hcm Picture. B Fisher had finished liis hard day' work, ' And be tat at hit cottage door ; Hi tfood wife, Kate, aat by his idt, And the moon-light danced on the floor ; The , moon-light danced on the cottage floor, Fler brain were a clear and bright At when he and Kate, twelve yeai before, Talk'd love in her mellow light. Ben Fisher had never a pipe of day, And never a dram drank he ; So he Wed at home with hi wire to tay, And they chatted right merrily : Rieht merrily chHtled they on, Ihe while Her babe slept on her breast ; While a chubby rogue, with rosy mile, Ou bis father's knee found rest. Ben told her how fast his potatoes grew, And the corn in the lower field ; And the wheat on the hill was grown to eeQ . . - And promised a glorious yield : A glorious yield in ihe harvest lime, And his orchard was doing fair ; His heep and his stock were in their prime, His farm all in good repair. Kate sai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1851

- - - " ' ' ' ..mu...,.". feffe . ' : 1 '':') : - : TT T IT TTV ft T TTV'" "" ' -; '-i 'A 1 jifP TT"1 TTs :,rTT jT4 A "TCV T ; II. B. MASSER, ED1T011 AKD PllOPlUETOR. OFFICE,-MARKET STREET, OProSITE THE POST OFFICE. jramfljt iittuspnpcr Dctootcn to JjolWcs, mtttatuvt, jtioralffs, jForcfflit anil Domestic lictos, Serene mrt the arts, Sfflrlculturc, XWnrUtts, amusements, re. NEW SE1UKS VOI. J, NO. 525. SUXUUIIY, NOimiUiMHEULAND COUNTY, PAM KATL1U)AY, SliPTEMBEIl 13 1851. OLD SERIES VOL. 1 1, NO. 31 TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. ' Tilt? AMERICAN is nWhhwl evrry Pnturrtny at TWO IX!,I,AUS mt niiititiii tn lw nI Imlf ynrly Ml advance Nu pujnjr iIibcimiImkhhI until all arruuntgui am AH pimnn)irntiftiiii or intern on ImFiMPta rolnting tt .tk wtfice, to iiiiurc attention, tnut lo TOST TAIL). t 1 .TCI ClAiirf.' .". i Thrt oopica lo one address, WOO ve 1) O'l to uo rnWn Di In ?oou Five dollars in atlvmtra will pny (tn three yrur'a ul 4eripliou to the Aiiiuricun, , On Bouato of 16 lines, H times, Eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1851

SUNBtJltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Cuban K c tu c . Arrival of the l:Mriiu; city. LATEST FEOM CUBA. ' Confirmation of Lopez' $ Execution Hit ol iowers nearly Starved to Death Great Ex clement in HavanaThe, Prisoners to bt sent to Spain. , ' The Empire City, ut New York, brings intelligence of the deplorable end of the lale expedition against Culm. She left Havana on tho 1st, and the following is the account of Jim events which bud transpired. How different the terrible reality from the "glori ous victories," "Lope joined by 4000 Span ish soldiers," which have been heralded ver the ountry Havana for the last three days, has been a theatre of the most intense excitement ever witnessed in the island of Cuba. On Satur day, the 30ih ult., the news reached Havana of the capture of General Lope, and his for ces; and never was news received with Itaore joy and apparent satisfaction. It was a day of jubilee and rejoicing 1 in the even ing the principal buildings in the city were illumj...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1851

New Advertisements. Notice to the Heirs of WILLIAM ' i : SEITZ, Teo'd. . TfcJOTICE ii hereby given to EliasSeitz, 8am ucl Scitz, Jacob Seilz, Daniel Seitx, and Catharine Seitz, heir anl legal representatives nt Jacob Seitz, dccM. To tlic heir of Peter Hcitr., dee'd., brother of the said Wm. 8oite, dee'd., to Sarah Seilis, intermarried with George Daniel, now in Ohio, to Isaac Drumheller, IViir.li ola Drumheller, David Drumheller, Jesse Drum lieller, heirs mid legal representative of Catha rine Dinmhcllcr, dee'd., Into Catharine Seitz. To Peter Wagner, Samuel S. Wagner, Jolin Wagner, David Wagner, Catharine Wiigner, in termarried with Dauirl Goodman, Rosiua Wag ner, widow of Michael Ncidig, dee'd., heira and legal representatives of Elizabeth Seitz, dee'd.. who waa intermarried with George Wagner. To (.'.. heirs and lcg.il representatives of Margaret Reitr,, dee'd., who was intermarried Willi Juhob Swinchnrt, now of Stark county, Ohio that liy a certain writ of Pnrtitiuiii 1'ticf rui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1851

"SUNBURN AMERICAN, AND SI LAM 0K1N' JOURNAL. LIVSU COMPLAINT, JAUNPlCfi; DVS PHPS1A. .CHRONIC OR NERVOra DEBIMTY. DISEASE 'OF THE KIDNEYS, much, ..!, fi-con,, !rnrn,JT Jh of th BMnnrh, pwimminir of ilirlie: .!, hiirnwliin y' "J Won.hina, II.Hierl.i(rthl.airt, clt of wff ting IHMWtimifl when iti ftvltiro, DiifinrM of Vi, rVf -rMh.. tVW, Fevrr nml Hull iw.ii in the hen. rtHHofpr'';' Hiit-hfi ol" lir.il b-tniiii in tho fWh. eoimlimt mmgiinngt ut' evil, ntul prmt tlfpreivitin of spirit, . CAW KKI'KCTITAIXY ci:rkd DY 'DR.' EOOFL AITD'S xeisrati:d c;i:rman bittuis, - ! mKPABKO BY DR.C. M. JACKSON, I , AT Tilt GERMAN MEDICINR STORE, ' No. 1M Arch St., rii.tatMphlo. Their power over the nh vo diflwisct ia itt excelled, if equnlletl, Uy nti: other prcpanilion in tha Uiiittnl Slnlri, os the pure utlt-st, in many cases after skillful physician liiri iaik'd. Thcro Ilittcrg nre worthy ther ft Men. inn of invnllrii. 'Piwu'ssinj grttit virtues in the rectification of disomm of me uivcr mm h:hwct g...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1851

M R II RY: M A M TO 1 f! A N . - II. 15. MASSEll, KD1T011 AND PliOPlUETOK. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE 1 jTamtlH iirtospfipcr Dcbotrt to DoUUcs, ftftcraturc, jfHoralftg, jfovcfou ant Domestic ilctos, t(cncr auto the arts, ftflrfculturc, iliarltcts, Slmusrmntts, Set. NEW SKKIKS VOL. 4, XO. SUMIUIIY, N'OltTJIUMUKR!,A31) COUNTY, SA'JVKDAY, SKIM'KMIIHII SO, 1831. OLII SKIIIKS VOL. g I, No. . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THR AMKItlTAX ii pnWi.heil rv-rv H.ihinl.iy nt TWO JJOI.I.AIIS ...r :mmnti to hr h:ilC yitiriy in ilvunce. No paper liiwnjuiiuird unlil all urmmigtts are paid , All cmniminifiitioii or Irtli-m mi imsim-- criming lo tha office, to iiiburc ntt'iiti-1", iniict Ik; l't !T l'All. TO CIXliH. Thre copies l ove mMm, F-lOO even Jj- IH IIMHI Fiilecn 1i lh t!lM Fiv dollars in mlv:tni' will pay for ttnre yriif ul Script iiii to the American. On SmirtTe of 1(1 lir.s, 3 times, 1 on fcrery mhsefjiu'iit iiim-rLioit, 5 One Pqiitire, U months, 3lmi Mix months, 4,-t0 no y'.ir...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1851

THE STATE At.ltll I LTt rt AL FAIR AT iiAnnisui'tio. Wo are glad lo ohscrv !hat Judge Walls, tho President, and influential Renllemen, of ficers of 1 1 10 Skito Agricultural Society, have issued a ci-cular lo Iho farmers of Pennsyl vania, lo the horliculiuralistn, and all olhert who may take an interest in (huse or kindred pursuits, notifying them IhaTthe first Fair of the Society w ill luke place atlhe seat of go. rernniont on the 2!)ih, 30ih, and 31st of Oc tober next. The spot selected for Ihe exhi bilion is at onca romantio and appropriate. On the low land of the Susquehanna, in the lip of iha mountains, with wood, water and mountain in prospect, lies the lovely farm, of which soma twenty acres are now in pro cess of preparation for the purHe. From Philadelphia lo IhU scene is a ride of live hours; from Chumhcishurg of 3; from Wil liamsport of less than 24; from Reuding of b; from Pittsburg and Iho rich intermediate country, loss Ihan 21. and fioni Baltimore of 4 hours; thus pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1851

SUNUURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHiNAL. New Advertisement. Uotice to the Heirs of WILLIAM - SEITZ, Deo'd. "TOTICE is hereby (riven to Eliss Peits, Sarn ie ucl 8citi, Jacob Peiti, Daniel Scitt, and Catharine Seitx, heirs and legal representatives of Jacob Beits, dec l. To tho heirs of Peter Ceits, tlec'd., a brother of the said Win. Hcitz, dee'd., to Sarah Seitx, intcrninrricd with Uenrgc Daniel, now in Ohio, to Isaac Drumhcllcr, Nich olas Drumhellcr, David Drumhcllcr, Jesse Drum beller, heirs snd legal representatives of Catha rine Drumheller, tlec'd., late Cutlinrine Soil To Peter Wanner, Samuel 8. Wanner, John Wagner, David Wagner, Catharine Wagner, in termarried with Dnuirl (Sandman, Rosina Wag ner, widow of Michael IVeidiir, tlec'd., heirs and legal representatives of Elizalicth Seit., tlec'd., who was intermarried with d'eorgc Wagner. To heirs and legal representatives of Margaret Scitr., dee'd., who was intermarried with Jalioh tSninehart, now of Stark county, Ohio that by a c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1851

"jSUJNBUUY- AMERICAN. AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. jaundice, dyspepsia, chronic or NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, NO nil .IjenriKf.-K from a li. -r.lcrc,l lj Ml A . i ,. .mi m. mwiiri Files. lMiHrtt"Mi, or X iV. " I,,, til ivml. Aridilv of ll.c tMmnnrh, Nmu., Ilrnrthnni. ilmtHrt r-"d, Inline i or weiuni hi at..,nrl,. P Mir KriMnli-wn. .nkin or thmprintr ty J P uf the tt'tiiM'l!. fwiinnumr of I h luvul. hurried nil'' "Hn piiu trtfithinir, fltitti ripx nt the heart, eh' in of nffPHtmg nun'Mii'iii when inn Ivinff pmtun-, Dimnriw nf ytirm, (j wl4 l-pfofPtho V'hl, I'cwr mid dull pnin In tn feeru!. Hi'fieinTev of peri-pirnTion, y(!lownii"f the skih mul v. pnin in the md , Imrk, chest, limbs, Ac, ndilrii flush. nf he-it burning in the Heidi, comrtunt imfignimgit of evil, nnd fjront th pn.Vii.in of epiritnv CAN BE r.rrr.CTTAM.Y Cl-RKD nv tLLi:URATEO fSERMAM HITTtRS, rVKPAUBD BY DR.C. M. JACKSON, AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STOKE, Nt. 10 Arch St., rhUii iilpMn. Their power over the rib-vo dtr...

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