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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 June 1844

ti.iuis oi- tiii: 15u:iiicmx." H. H. M ASS4CK, JOSEPH Elsl'.I.Y. Pi' H MKMEWS Attn V Pa-ir-aisTon. . It. .n.lSSKIl, Kititor. OJice in Centre AiTeyTinWerTaTlf II. It. Mas utr'i Store. THE' AMEK10AN" i published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be p:id half yearly in advance. IS u paper discontin ued till all am-amirc urn paid. No subscriptions receiveJ for a less period thnu is mouth. All communication or Idler on business relating to the office, to immre atUmtioii, must ha POST PAID, SlLTNlBinftT- AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOUIINAL. Absolute acquiescence in the decision of the mjority, the vital principle of Republics, fiom which there i no appeal hut to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jarr r.aaon. Hy Manser t. i:icly. Simlniry, Korlliiuiiberland Co. la. Sufmtlny, Juno 25), tSl It Vol. l--Xo. IO Whole No, lc. from Graham Mag mine, 1'OOIt (JKXKV1KVK. A STOUY I'Oll OT.I H.niKMHS. One dark, stormy liiuht, n bachelor stopped On the steps of his doo...

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. — 29 June 1844

jp wmmmmmmmm i n t M 1H I O FUR T It R MIL. LI UK. BY KIKJAR WELSH, OF !EW YORK. Am Dundy J, m. I've often heard it said of late, That Tennessee it is the Slate, Where Democrats are bound to shine, As in Yoik State and Caroline For oh ! the people told me so, POLK'S the greatest ninn in the romitry, oh ! 1 looked in his face and fonncl it so, Just as the people told me, oh ! There's DALLAS, too, lie is the man Who'll bring the whiggies to a stand, From Pennsylvania he does come, And with her he's a favorite sou For oh ! the people told me so, He's a "leading team" in the Keystone, oh, 1 looked in his face and found it so, Just as the people told me, oh ! Our candidates are in the field, Thy 're bound to make that old coon squeal ; Polk 8r Dallas, and Miiii.knbkhu, too, We're bound to see them all put thrvugh For oh ! my duddy told nie so, Th -y're the tallest boys in the country, oh ! 1 looked at them all and 1 found them so, Jut as daddy told me, oh ! Oh we "ask for nothing but wha...

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. — 29 June 1844

citizen. Now, it is just nothing at all, that this doii not Agree with that old-fashioned book, the vihle, or even with a sentiment of a heathen po I, that man was born to raise his eyes towards the heavens for hogism has completely explod ed all antique and serious notions. Probably, too, the learned hog paid his visit, in the nick of time, to nssit in training our young stump orators for their rhetorical efforts during the present political canvass. Influenced by the example of his eloquence, how they will declaim against their adversaries. On one side they will, after the most approved hog manner, turn up clay arguments, and hurl them in the eyes of their opponents, and, on the other, root up the poisonous puke, and dose their daring enemies : So that it will be, on both sides, a very hoggish contest that is, to say, it will bo carried on in the most decent i.y-1e. and both parties will return Irom the battle field covered with glory, as the learned hog comes out of his gutter-bn...

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. — 29 June 1844

isahu koti: list, rcxxsixYAxtt. Ti e f .Mwin lit hows the current value nf nil Pennsylvania Uinlt Note. The mo-t implicit re iance nnv be placed upon it, a t U every ttMr garcfully compared with ni d corrected Pom lti k nell's Reporter. ICauliM In riillatlolpliln. NE; LllPATIO. Dtc. tw Fun n. par . par par . pur pur . par par , pr par pal par NOTE8 AT PAR. Rink of North Amnrirn . , , Honk of the Northern I.ittcrtim . Commercial Bank nf Penn'a. . , Farmers' ami Mechanics' Bank . Keiisineton Bank . Philadelphia Uaik Schuylkill Bank . . , Sotithwsrk llauk . . vY-irm M ink . . MrrliJitiifH Rank . , Manufacturers' fc Mechanics' Bank Country Ttanlis. Bank of fhptcr County Wpatchcster Bank cf Delaware Conwy Chester It tub of I Jcrmantown (iermnntown Hank nt" Montgomery Co. Norritoivn ll.ivlfsi.nvn Hank DoyU'stown F-ision Hank Easton Farmers' Bank of Rucks CO. Bristol pnf p.r par par p.r par inr I llhVe i Office office Office f Rank of Penn'a. lo do do do do do Hairisburg" Thee Lancaster 1 ...

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. — 6 July 1844

TtlUlS OP TI1K " AMRR1CAX." II. B. MASSKR, JOSEHI ElSEI.Y. 7 ri iti.rmir.nn inn S PlIOFRIKTORR. II. n. .Jt.1S.SEIl, tutu nr. Jice in Centre itTriTnlheTeJtrlf It. B. Mas ter's Store. TH E ' AME'kICAN" U published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he id halfyearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than mx month. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure aitonlion, must be POST PAID. I M'lali I yrn a Mlcr, nv 'oii, , I wish I was n mice, Sam, And do just ns I please ; To live in peace with all the World. And nibble at the cheese; 'Cause mice is such a happy race They hnint no earcsat all ; They always make themselves at home, In kitchen, or in hall. They never have no debts to pay, Nor pet no clothes to wear, Since Nature has provided them With silken coats of hair ; And they don't wear no trowsaloons, Nor stockings 1o their feet, They don't want nothing, Sam, while the...

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 July 1844

APPROPRIATE BOX . Federal Whiggery ! how disappointed you feel -1 the uaniinity with which the convention wound ip ! How much more so will you feel at the re sult of the election. We can't pity you, hut will console. We will give you the following ong, by which you can march out of power on the 4th of March next. It is appropriate to the occasion, and ling you must, tow to its tune you must ; suit won't save yon. Spirit of 'the Timet. Ti'jtt "?iju Brothers, mn, or Canadian float Song." "Sadly wc list to our funeral chime, Horribly out in tune and time, But when the star of the West grows dim, We'll sing at the "jug" a parting hymn : Kow brothers, row ; the stream runs deep Wake up, Webster ; you're fast asleep ! Steadily our shallop is homeward bound ; Hoarsely the ripple is murmuring round Listen ! our fugleman raises the song. .And its burden is, "Josey, oh Jim along." Row brothers, row ; the stream runs fast, Salt river is gained, and our glory's past. Our money is gone, and our ...

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 July 1844

POLK; DALLAS AID ITIUH- Li:.iii:itc- Grand Democratic Mbm Meeting,, AT NORTHUMBERLAND, On VM, the 2 Of A any or July. The facility afforded of easy nnd convenient conveyance by the North and West Branch and Susqnehanna Division of the Pennsylvania Ca nal, makes this a central and desirable point for a grand demonstration to "YOUNG HICKORY," DALLAS, MUHLENBERG am Victor v. We most cordially invite the Democracy of neighboring districts to unite with us, and send greeting to the several districts, in adjoining counties, with the assurance that the indomitable spirit of enthusiasm, every where animating the yeomanry with a determination to avert the ca lamity of Federal ascendancy, (and its attendant train of evils of misrule a National Dank, the 200,000,000 debt scheme creating and perpet uating odious and aristrocratic distinction and privileges.) gives earnest that the 2 tit h of July will be a proud day for Democracy. Rali.v Frf.f.mkn ! Let the Farmer, the Me chanic and Working men...

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 July 1844

i ' n It A A II soti: I-I XT. rnSTi,v.iii, The f. Mowing shows the current value nf nil iVtu.M Ivauia Idmk Note. Tin1 most implicit re I'mci' in iV do placed upon it, a it is c vert wn h .nr. fully compared Willi aid corrected rroni Hick ii'll's lii p-vrtpr. li.lukH III Iil1a1rlplil;t. . Die. i Navi-, Lopatio. NOTES AT PAH. Kn.li (if North America . , Dank of the Northern Lilicrtic , I 'nmniereiul Dunk of Penn'n. . , I' impels' nml Mechanics' Dank Kensington It jnk . Philadelphia llnnk . s.huvlkill Dunk S.itithwark Dunk . . Western Dank . a Mechanics' Dnnk . Manufacturer' A Mechanics' Dunk Country It;iiiti. (tank nf Chester County D ink nl Del iwnre County" It.iiik nf (.ermniitnwu I'nnk of Montgomery Co. V ivIi Mown Dank F t-ioii Dank Westchester Chester ftcrmnntown Not ristuwn Doyleslowii I'aston I' fillers' Dank of Buck CO. Pri-tol i 'il'u e uf Unnk of Pctin'a. 'Mice lll i imre iId ' 'nice to n o r r. s Harrishurg" Lancaster I Reading I .In Fast..n J issi ilo do do AT Disco 1 ; j ...

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. — 13 July 1844

ti:kms or Tim "ami:kicax." 11. 11. MASS EK, JOrSCPll EIsEI.Y. PrniiRHKm inn NorRI KTOH. II. It. .71.1 SS hit, Killtor. OJice in Centre Alky, in the rear of ll. It. Mas ter's Stare. THE AM EK1CA N" is published r-very Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per niinuin to be paid half yr.irly in ailvance. Mo paper discontin ued till all airraratics arc paid. No subscription received for a leM period than tux months. All communications or letters, on business relating to tho ollice, to insure attention, nniKt be POST PAID. Tlie l.rninrd 'Tis education forms the mind ; As Piggy 's taught the hog ' inclined : So now 'tis neither strange, nor queer To see a hog become a seer ; Anil play his cards nnd take a hunt Midst alphabets without a urunt : Subtract, divide and add by rule, As any promising boy ut school. Which had most brains, the pis; or man Who show'd the hog, solve best who can ; The thins; is certain, well we know The pit; was Lion of the show ; Turn'd up his nose at still-house tubs, And roo...

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. — 13 July 1844

U r'-!T. i JZ '. fbSm THE AIYIEIUCAN. Saturday, -July 13, !844. Democratic Xomlnatloii. FOR PRESIDENT, J A BIBS XI. FOLIC, OF TENNESSEE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. G20. Tfl. DALLAS, Of TENNSVLVAMA. FOR GOVERNOR, HENRY A. M UI1L K X II K 15 (J. VOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, josh u a i r a uts 1 1 o 11 v i: . V. B. I'.JCVlUt, Esq., at hit iie.il f, t.ite a ul Voul Office, JVj. 59 I'tne Street, Vh tiUtrljihia, ia authorized to act e Agent, ai d rccelit lor all monies due this office, tor tub Mcription or advirtUlng. C7 The Cuors. The farmers have been busily engaged during the past week, in taking o.T their crops. The crop of wheat may be said 13 be but an average one. Although some of the tanners have had an extraordinary yield, o thers have lost whole fields from the blighting: effects of rust. The white wheat, we believe. Jared worse than any other in this neighborhood. The blue stem and the Mediterranean has turn ed out well. The latter, it is said, is le:-s liable to hi affected by rust titan ...

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 July 1844

An elderly in an was shot through the chest and lived about quarter of an hour. He was so much like Mr. Jacob KorndufTer, residing in Se cond street, below Christian, that he was taken to his residence. He died in about ten minutes after being laid down in the house. His name is not yet known. A lame man, said to be named Crozer, was carried into the Comin:ssioners' Hall, with the loss of the whole of his lower jaw. He died al most instantly. James Lawson, Ninth below Shippen street, shot in the heel. James Tully, Lombard above Sixth, shot in the right arm. Mr. Manning, Quern below Front street, shot in the leg with a spent ball. Half-past 8 o'clock. A large meeting of the crowd, armed with muskets, convened at the Wharton Market, and with two field pieces, wheels muffled, proceeded from thence up Front street with the avowed intention of attacking the military. We then It-It the ground : in a mo ment after we heard the discharge of a cannon. This was followed by the firing of small...

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 July 1844

fW-l ( 1 If , K oti: LIST. PI.VXSYI.T 1X1. . he f, Mowing list shows the current vnlii of nil Pennsylvania U.uik Notes. The most implicit re .mice miy ho. placed upon it, as it i rrry wrrk rpfully eronpuctl wilh ni d cnrreclcj fmm lit. k nrll's Hi porter. I';it,tl In IMilIuib IpliLt. Pur. ri Lnrnio-r. F A K N O T E S A T Hnk of North America , Brink nf the Northern Liberties ('iiiriiiiri. iiil Dank of Penn'a. . Cuni'f . " iin.l Mechanics' Bunk Kfnsiiisioii Bank , Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank S-inlhwak Bank . , Wrrtein Bank . , Mechanics' Dank Manufacturers' Ar, Mechanics' Batik Country It-inUs. J'iiii ah. par . pnr pur . par . par . p;ir par . par par par pur I A V Patent Fire Chests. Westchester Chester Oernuinlnwn Nnrristow n PnyliMtowii I'fiSlllI) pnr uia These Lancaster nll'ice,-. Heading ( ilu nut Easfnn J issue n. D 1 soon n t. Philadelphia Sla'.'-: pir 1 . pnr par l'ottfivillo I Lcwistown 1' Middlrtnwn It Noitbtinihetland pnr fink of Chester Coiintv It ml; .if I). Imnro ...

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. — 20 July 1844

Teams of Tiin " akikiucax." H. B. MASSIIU, JOSEHI EISELY. I F PuBttSHB ARB 'hophis rons. Ml. II. MASSE It, Hditor. Office in CentrtT Alley, in the rear of 11. B. Mas ter's Slnre. THE" AME'kToAN" is published every Satur Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to lie paid half yearly in advance. INo paper discontin ued till ALL arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a loss period than ix month. All communications or letters on -business relating to the oll'ice, to insure attention, Blnst he POST PAID. THK i.onrvs PRtVF.R. V? lay before our renders this Sabbath morning, the Lord 9 Prayer, benntitiill v paraphrased into an acrostic, hv Thomas Stnrtevant, Jr.. I a soldier in the 2'ith Raiment of the United States Infantry, ami prisoner of war in the province of Upper Canada. Exchange paper. Our Lord and Kins, who rcii;ns't enthroned on bigh, Father of liht ! mysterious Pcity ! Who art the groat I Am, the last, the first, Art righteous, holy, merciful anil just, lit realms of plory, sce...

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. — 20 July 1844

$MWA MI..I.I'"."JHB "" M "1 1 1 ' 11 ' Fromthe Philadelphia Ledger. CO TIIH PUBLIC. Ycelir.g tailed upon by a sense of duty to our tllovv citizens ofthe eity and comity of Phila delphia, we, the undersigned, would beg leave to make a statement of few simple and unvarnish ed fhets, calculated to throw light upon the re cent breach of the peace in the neighborhood of Second and Qjteen streets, Southwark. It is well known that on the flth day of July, a furniture car conveyed to St. Philip do Neri Church, i Queen street, Southwark, a number of "muskets, which were carried into the chuirh in presence of the residents of the neighborhood. The report of this matter having flown in every direction, the street was crowded by citizens, in anticipation ofan outbreak. The Sheriff was sent for, and soon appeareJ upon the ground ; a request was made upon liini that the arms should be taken trom the church ; he entered the building with two ofthe alder men of the district, and soon returned, stat...

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 July 1844

Tin Mormon. We find in the Western papers the following official document, addressed by the Governor of Illinois to the people of the State. It declares, it will be seen, that the leading Mormons, Joe and Hiram Smith, were basely assassinated, af ter they had voluntarily surrendered themselves, Tn the pledge of protection from the Governor of the State, and were awaiting their trial, ac cording to the laws of the land. We hope that Gov. Ford and the authorities of Illinois will vindicate this horrible outrage upon humanity, nnd the honor and dignity of the State, by detec ting and bringing to condign punishment every individual who had any hand in the murder : Head Quarters, ) Quincy, June ), 1341. "To the people of Illinois : I desire to make a brief but true statement of the recent disgraceful afl.tir at Cartilage, in re gard to the Smiths, so far as circumstances have tome to my knowledge. Tlio Smiths, Joseph and Hiram, have been assassinated in Jail, by whom is not known, but wi...

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 July 1844

IIAMi NOT I? LIST. J'KWSIMAMI, The following list shows ihe current shin of nil Pennsylvania llnnlt N.ttcs. Tie mot implicit re lunrn may be placed up it, as it i every irreA tarefn'dy compared with aid corrected from Bick sell's reporter. Hanks In IMilladrlplilsi. NsMlt. LoCAllO-.. ,,hiiaI) N O T E a AT PAR. flsnk of orih America . , par Bank of the Northern Liberties . . par f ommnrrinl Bank of Penn'a. . . par Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank pur KVtuinirlon Bank par Philadelphia Bank . pnr Schuvlkill Bank . . pnr Sotjthvvurk Dank . . . par Western Hunk . par' fcchnnies' Hank . par Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Bunk par Country llnnkn. Rink of' hester County Bnnk of Delaware County H ink of vlermantown Hank of Montgomery Ce DnyloHtnwn Hank Faston Bank Farmers' Bank of Bucks co. O'Ti-e of Bank of Penn'a. Office do do Offiro dn do Office da da W estell ester par par par par par pnr Chester (termantovvn Norristown Doylestown Easton Bristol par Harrishmg Those Lancaster 1 oflices Heading...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 July 1844

SUNBUKY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; ritirns or ttvi:itnii.(;. It. V. MASSE II, JOSEPH EI8KLY. " Pl'BLIRHRRt ARB S PniiFHitTomi. t tiiinro t inietfiun, I .to 3 d I do 3 ,lt . JO f.O . n ir 1 Oft . rt. jnjtssvn, tumor. OJice in CenTre Alky, in the rrar of H. U. Mas icr'i Store. THE" AMERICA K"TlbuSed ery Satur day at TWO DOLLARS frnr unnum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper dmcontin tied till a Lb arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a lesa period than nix mortrs. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, muat be POST PAID. Every uhctpietil insertion, 0 2ft .Yearly AdTritixetnriita : one column. S 25 ; hlf TERMS OP Tilt: " AMMllCAX." column, f 18, lluep squares, $12 two Uarrs. f .) ; oiib squnre, f.'i. Half-yearly: one column, i I ; half column, f II j three vquares, 3 ; two squnre, J.'H ono square, $3 f0. Advertisement tell without directions as to leneth of time they are to he published, will t continue.) until or...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 July 1844

TUB 1KHM AND THE I.VUIAX, The following bloody battle, recently fought 11 Texas with the Indians, will be retJ with in terest : "Hay, with Iiia Pniall but diring band, hnd lcti high tip on tlio PierJenalis to ascertain whether there was any encarn xneiit of Indians in that section, and was returning after an un successful search, when bring encamped soon I four miles east of the Pinto Trace, at a point nearly eqtii-distant from Bexar, Gonzales and Austin, the grtnrd atotior.ed in his rear to watch nut on his trail discovered about ten Indians follow ing it, and immediately reported the lact Cheap Postage In Knglantl, Prof E. Wmoht, now on a visit to England, hnn the following remarks on Cheap Postage in one of his Letters published in the ISoston Chro nicle : Yon may send a letter of no matter how ma ny pieces of paper, or containing no matter what dry snI'Mtnnce, if it does not weigh over half an ounce, to any part of the kingdom for a penny or tiro c.nls; if it weighs less than an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 July 1844

A Pnir, Mr. CiiANDi.m, of (lie V. S. Gazetts, tints eu logizes the whig candidate for the office of Go Vernor of North Carolina: North Carolina. We hope to hear good news front North Carolina, relative to the pro ceedings to be hud on the first day of August. The gentleman selected by the whig as the candi date for Governor, is one every way worthy the vote of patriots. He is capable and honest able and willing todo his duty ; and we cannot doubt that the Whigs of North Carolina will manifest their ability to appreciate the value to their par ty and the Commonwealth, of such a man as Wil liam A. Graham. . All this is very complimentary, to be sure, and Very kind, but it will perhaps strike readers of the Gazette as a little remarkable, that so much anxiety should be manifested for the election of a violent anti-tarilT man. Mr. Graham was in the IT. S. Senate in 1st'?, had not only voted a gainst the present tariff, extolled by the whigs as the very acme of perfection, but used every...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 July 1844

UtiUUU IPCBOWCBU0 g . S TTn S ODDS S A IL IL IE. (D r s 9 0 Ssmgg lsirfIIbiEl ALL OP HE Vf ILL SELL AT vaF.y MODERATE PRICES, A1TD ON REASON ABML1E TEEMS, HOUSES & LOTS. j 1. A large and elegant two story stone inaii-j sion house with basement story, all highly finished, and situated on the east side of .Market street, in Selinscrrove, Union county, being the residence of the subscriber. The lot on which this house stands is very handsomely j improved, and planted with choice fruit and ornamental trees and shrubs, with all the necessary improvements; of a large barn, piggery, wagon fched and coin crib, carriage house. Ice house, smoke house and poultry yard.; The whole constituting a most desirable and beautiful residence. PRICE, 83,500. j 2. A large two story wooden house with ex-; tensive back buildings, and highly improved garden and lot of ground. This property is situated north of and j adjoining No. 1, and also forms a desirable residence PRICE, 1,500. i 3. A two storv woo...

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