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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 November 1844

Trims or tub amcricax.' UNI3OTY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. iitic;i:s of aivi:htiixo. t square 1 insertion, fO 60 t do do . 0 7 1 do 3 d i - 1 0 Evijry subsequent imsnrticn, 0 fi Yearly Advertisements i one column, $86 I half column, $18, three squares, $13 ; two squares, f M ; one squnre, 5. Half-yearly ! one column, f 18 ; half column, $12 ; three squares, $8 j two squarea, $5; one square, $3 60. Advertisements left without direction! as to th Icnqth of timo they tre to be published, will b continued until ordered out, and charged accord- inply. rjSiteen lines maUoiajuarei Fate or tub Apotle Tho tollowing' br ief history of the fate ot the Apostles may La new to those whose reading has not been evnn- II. 11. MASS EK, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. 5 PuStlsKEIIS $ Proprietors. It. It. jnASSKHy t-UlHor. OJice in Centre Alllylln'the rear of II. B. Ma er' Store. THE' AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to bo paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till al...

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. — 16 November 1844

Betting on Klcctlnns. Oiip of the most dangerous and deplorable vila with which tins republic is afflicted, is the general practice of betting on election ; and, perhaps, it has nver raged more extensively than during the present political campaign. Asan evidence of this, wo subjoin on extract from the N. V. Sun : We Icnrn," says thntjournnl "tint at one of our first hotels, sum were depoaitcd with the proprietors in various amounts to 39,000 on the general issue of the electii)n,ond a mer chant of responsibility, on hearing that a person had expressed a willingness to bet a largo sum on the result, left word that if he was a respon sible person, and entered into bonds not to evade payment by law ! should it go agiinst him, he was ready to sign the bet for $WO,(K10. A for tune; an amount which few can earn in twenty years' hard labor, hazarded on a single game of chance t No, say the parties, it is not ehnnce it is not haznrd ; we Anew hjw it will go. Itut how can it ho fully known,...

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. — 16 November 1844

MORS' Ei.ECTRIC-MaCKKTIC Tcr.EtJIt ATM. Thif wonderful machine is likely, ere lonp, to become a successful rival to all other modes of transmitting business and social communications from place to place. With a line of the telegra phic conductors extending from this cily to New York, the merchants of either city would 110 longer send their letters by mnil or express, and be subject to a delay of thirty-six hours for the answer. They would be compelled, by the Batumi course of events, to use the telegraphic conveyance, by which means they might get an answer to their communications in from half an liour to an hour and a half, according 'o the dis tance their correspondents might bo from the telegraphic office. It would require no longer time to communicate with New Orleans, if the fdegraphic conductors extended thus far, than it Would with New York, or than it would between School street and Court street in this city, where the telegraph is now in operation. The only time consumed is...

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. — 16 November 1844

A Vrrx" Sad l.mnlillon, We cut the following from the Knickorboc ker. It is good for a laugh at any rato. Thu last stan zas we think especially rich i " It it not that sh bade me go, And aaid I'd better atop my calling, It is not that she answered, "No," As loud as could be short of bawling; It was not that she slammed the door, And set her nasty lap-dog on ma ; Oh, no : a greater, keener grief Weighs down my heart and preys upon iw. I cannot boar to see her go And promenade with other fellows ; I cannot bear to see her walk On rainy days 'neath their umbrellas; To see such things a-going on, Excites my virtuous indignation ; It makes me swear, as one might say, In vulgar phrase, "like all creation." To see her seated in a chair, With half a dozen fops about her ; And hear that fool Augistis swear He "can't exist a day without her ;" 'Tis thi which makes my withered hopes Tall thick and fast like leaves in Autumn, And causes my poor heart to beat Like a young bear's when dogs have c...

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. — 23 November 1844

Ti:il5IS OF THE " AMERICAS." BUIB1I AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL; IMUtrs OF ADTCnTISIeVG. t .square I insertion, fO 60 1 do 3 do .0 7 1 do 3 d . I 00 Every subsequent insertion, 0 fr Yearly Advertisements ! one column, $85 balf column,! 18, three squares, $13 ; two squares, t t one square, $5. Half-yearly t one column, $18 1 half column, $13 s three squares, $8 ( two squares, $5 1 one square, $3 60. Advertisements left without directions M to lb length of time they are to lie published, will ba continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. fjj8ixteen lines make a square. S. Secretary of State to send a special mcBsen ger for the one left in the custody ol the judgo H. U. M ASSER, JOSEPH EISBI.Y. V PuSUSHKH ARB MorRitTom. H. B. .n.lSSElt, Editor, OJJke in Centre Alky, in the rear of II. B. Mat ter's Slure.) THE" AMERICAN" in published every Satur day it TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearage ate paid. Absolute ac...

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. — 23 November 1844

Conjujfftl Manner of Neapolitan Boy My Tim Puria newspaper, called la ralrie, gives us thet-e rticulars of the Neapolitan Royal fa mily willi which lliat of France is about to be nilicd by tlit nmrringe of the Due d'Aumulr, fourth ton of Louis Plullippe to the Princes of Sjlcrno. One evening, when tlie Quern, Maria Christiana, of virtuous memory, was about to nit down at the card table, hvt husband King Ferdinand, by way of joke, drew back her chair, lit the moment ahe was sitting down, and she fell to the floor in position en indelicate, a to bring Witslies to the checks of all in attendance. On rising, the Queen, outraged in her modes ty, said to her royal husband, with justifiable in dignation, "l thought t had married a Kin?, but 1 pereieve I have only given my hand t. a lazzoroni." The wordt were hardly uttered be tore a violent box on the ear from her royal con sort followed. The Quern, then advanced in pregnancy, left the apartment in tears, and from broiling over this brutal...

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. — 23 November 1844

Lata from Mealeo. Indian Distubbancis. Tampico dates to the 26th nit. have been received at New Orleans, which give an account of a sever contest be tween the Mexicans and the Camanche and Ta huacanos Indians, which shows that the Mexican government lur the present has its hands full, without undeKaking the subjugation of Texas, for which it is ill prepared. The latter made an incursion into the North of Mexico, and carried off large number of women and children. The Mexicans pursued them, and about the 9th nit., had a severe fight at the Paso de los Moros. Forty tlx Mexican! toere killed, and twenty wounded. Cotemporary with this, at the rancho of Los Moros, twenty-two were shot or burned in the bouse attached to the rancho, and many women and children carried off" captives. On the 17th of October another engagement took place. There were, according to Mexican accounts, upwards of four hundred Indians en gaged in this. The affair lasted over two hours, a lively fire bing kept up al...

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. — 23 November 1844

DRSPKRATIOIV. The following is q paasnge from tho laugha ble tale of desperation, one of the rich articles which are embraced in the literary remain of the late Willis Gaylotd Clark. It is only ne cessary to premise that the writer is a Phila dclphia student, who, alter a stolen fortnight a mid the gaieties of a Washington season, finds himself (through the remissness of a chum) at Baltimore on his way home, without a penny in hia pocket. He stops at a fashionable hotel, nevertheless, where, alter tarrying a day or two, Se finally, at the heel of a gram dinner, "omnes aMits" in his private apartments, flanked wiih abundant Champaigne and Burgundy, resolves to disclose all to his landlord. Summoning a servant, he pays : Ask the landlord to step tip to tny room and bring his bill." He clatters down stairs, giggling, and shortly thereafter his master appeared, lie entered with a generous smile, that made me hope for the befit his house afforded, and that, just then, I was credit. "How ...

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. — 30 November 1844

TIHOIS OF Till: AMKUICAX." II. U. MASSER, T PcB'tRHMH AIID JOSEPH EISKI.Y. PnormiTOM. . II. M.ISSEIt, Editor. i Office in Centre Alky, hi the rear of II. II, Mas tcr'a Store, THE' AMERICAN" in published every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Alt arrearages are ptiiil. No subscription! received for a less period than six months. All communication or lotlcrn on business relatim tn the ulftce, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. S.EST FE1T1TE2. & CO. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, and SIX SHADES, " A'n. 14ft Markvt Strict, Philadelphia, INVITE iIih attention of Merchant. Manuf.irs turcr, Ac. Si.r to their ve y extensive., ele gant, new stork, prepared itli great care, anil of fered at the lowest poasilile prices f r cash. The principle on wh'rh ihi concern i establish ed, is tu consult the niulu d interest of their eu-to- mora and thcini Ives, by til .iiufHrlurmn a good nr I tee, selling it Ht thelowist pri...

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. — 30 November 1844

From the Philadelphia Ledger. KMPiHK,TIU.V Ot KM HI It ANTS TO I.I II KIM A. Wo tire indebted to a foirlleman f lit i city for iiii'Tostipij avecmnl of tlio emigrants re cently sent out to Liberia, through tho agency tifthc Pennsylvania Colon izat ion Society. Mr. Pinnoy the writer of (Tic letter, was the gentle, iimn employed in this mission by the Manners of the Society. We inn ke tlie following ex racls fromlhe letter. The incident narrated be low happened at louisvil)e, Ky. "Among the emigrants were ten bribers ami pisters, tbo nhililren of obi Itacbel, who liml last summer decided not to go. When, however, the time for a final decision came, she conclu ded logo with her children, and had come on for that purpose. Her husband, an old man na ned Reuben, who belonged to one of Mr. Wil son's neighbors, was allowed to accompany the family to Iiuisville and then bid them adieu. -''1' ' lJ1""Jl.ll. H..1..J.. 'I'-' No one, I think, could hnvo witnessed thia srenc without a deep convict...

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. — 30 November 1844

A Fact for Tint Conmdkrvtio.i of Conoress. It is stated as a fact, in the New York Sun, that one of the private mnil concerns received in one dy ,"5.10 letters, while the Tost Olfice re reived only three; and the private mail, at six cents a letter, received S31 30, while the Post office collected only Jilt six and a quarter rents. This is an important fact, which shows what will become of the revenue which the Govern ment derived from the l'ost-office Department, unless some reform is introduced and the cheap postage system adopted. The Postmaster Gen eral, it is said, has seen the necessity of the a doption of this measure, and in hi report to Con grcRS, in a few weeks, will press the necessity of a reduction which will not be lower than rive cents, nor higher than 10, and the President will also call the attention of Congress to the impor tance of prompt action. Congress, it is to be hoped, will pay more attention to it than at the last session. Had the suggestions of the press n...

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. — 30 November 1844

A find llnrgiilit.. The following occurred in one of the town f Massachusetts not far from Rhode I.alnnd. It a compound of rum and betiBvolencp, appetitp anJ cunning, high and low depravity, tuch ns eeldcni conns to light. 'Husband, what da yon think I Intvo don? to day !' said Mrs. C. to iht keeper ol"n country store, when the drunkard' 'O bo joyful' was still old, npnn his return home to dinner. 'I cannot possibly tell, my dear ; I dare say emiif tliiny; clever. ' Well I never did meh a thin? before, but the man looked bo pitiful, I thought 1 would en croach upon your wardrobe a little, for once, ns I knpv you could well supply the poor crea ture's wants without any inconvenience to yourself. Vou havn given away (onie of my ennts, I nipjiosc i hopn you dijn't make a mistake, and pivo mv rcto-mecting one, did you !' . ,. Oh.no: I gave away ono of your shuts. lie said hc'il none, and had called to heir ne :o I gave him one, and he went oflT a haiinv iih , . .... i i iinu given nun a...

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. — 7 December 1844

HJNBUKY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. rillCHS OF ADVERTISING. I squara I inserTion, fO 10 I do 5 do . 0 T 1 do 3 do 1 OA Kvery subsequent inserlicn, 0 t Yearly Advertisements : one column, 26 ; hslf column, $18, three squares, f 13 t two squares, ftt ; one square, 3. Half-yearly i one column, 118 ; half column, (13 j three squares, f 8 two square, (5; one square, f i 50. Advertisements left without directions as to ths length of lime thev are to Ire published, will I H. 11. MA88ER, JOSEPH KtSBI.Y. 7 rciiHKn awn $ PaoraitToas. It. It. JI.ISSEH, Editor. VJice in Centre Alky, in the rear of II. B. Mas ter't Store. THE" AMERICAS" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALL arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than i mostb.. AH communication! or letters on business relation to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. e . Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the major...

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. — 7 December 1844

M E S S A G E ru i:m t t v T ihv Smiife anil rinse of llcjirvHtatu'r of ikr Unii'd Slulis: Wf have continued cause fur expressing our "r.ilitudu to the Supreme Killer of tin' Universe for the benefit nnd blessings which our country, under hid kind Providence, ha enjoyed during the past year. Notwithstanding tlio oxi-iiiuy scenes through which v.e have passed, nothing; has occurred to disturb the general pence, or to derange the harmony d"our political system. The great inornl spectacle has been exhibited nf nation, Approximating in ntitnhrr toytMMKi, IMM) of people, having pcrfonncil the high and important function of electinjj their Chief Ma gistrate fur the term of four years, without the commission of any nets of violence, or the mani festation ofn spirit of insubordination tothc laws The groat nnd inestimable right of um (1 mire has been exercised by all who were inve-'ied wiih it, iimler the laws of the diHeront Suites, in a spirit dictated alone by a desire, in the so lection ...

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. — 7 December 1844

eign and domestic. The wants of the public ser vice are mntlc known to you ; and matters of no ordinary importance are urged upon your consi deration. Shall it not be permitted to congratu late you on the happy auspices under which you have assembled, and at the important change in the condition of things which has occurred in the last three years? During that period questions with foreign powers of vital importance to the peace of our country, have been nettled and ad justed. A desolating and waiting war, with sa vage tribes has been brought to a close. The in ternal tranquility of the country, threatened by agitating questions, has been preserved. The credit of the Government, which had experienced a temporary embarrassment, has been thoroughly restored. Its coffers, which, for a season, were empty, have been replenished. A cunency, nearly uniform in its value, has takpn the place of one depreciated and almost worthless. Commerce a m1 manufactures, which had suf fered in common 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. — 7 December 1844

A Seasonable Anecdote. The following story, which appear in the Cincinnati Advertiser, is just hi time. Let those, concerned take the hint. An elderly gentleman with a etrn(i;lit cotit a 'i J broad-bi immd beaver, passing along Main street a lew days fince, stepped upon some peach p'iriiigp, wlech a young dandy at on of our dry good store i had jasl thrown down uar where ho wa tstnndinrr. Tho passenger was otl his guard, but contrived to escape a full by exehunjjinjj it for a severe wrench of the lower limb. Hi? BaiJ nothing to the author of his mis chances, but eteppiuj into the store, accosted its owner, "Friend can thcolcnd mea broom." The broom was promptly tendered, and the Quaker applied it to the parings with seme dili gence, as well as difficulty, from their adhe rence to the pavement in their mashed state, fjreatly to tho amusement ot the by-standors, and the annoyance of the clerk. Under these cir cumstances, the following dialogue took place : Cleric. What is that (or 3 Q...

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. — 14 December 1844

TI.IUIS or THE " iWJtlt'AX." H. H. MA8SER, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Puhlihokrii inn S pROPRIITORS. . II. wn.lSSKH, Editor. Office in Centre '"Alky, in the rear of II. 11. Mat ser't Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontiu ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a loss period than ai months. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. P.E3T feitxthh & CO. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, nnd SIS SHADES, A'o. 113 Market Street, Philadelphia, NVITE the attention of Meichuuts, Manufac turer?, Ac. vte to their very extensive, elc- Rant, new mock, prepared with great care, anil of fered at the lowest pnasihle priees fir rash. The principle on which this concern is establish ed, is to consult the mutual interest of their rn-to-tnerg arx-l themselves, l.v m iimf n'turing a Rood ar t e e, sellinir it ril the low. at pri...

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. — 14 December 1844

From the Bnlfimoie American. "TUB CKITKD ITATK1 AM MKVKU Too intolligonoa published in Saturday's American of the suspension of diplomatic iit-c-r-cnurac hrlwppntho Untied 1?tttes am) Mexico .give additional intercut to the doennicnls which ncceinpaniod tha rrPSMlenCti Messnge, sod o thers since received, on the subject of mir rela tions with Mexico, We shall endeavor to put our fndcrs in pos sesn of tlie lending points in this business. For lhnl purpose we come at once to Mr. Cal norVa letter to Mr. Shannon, our Minister nt Mexico, dated Sept. 10, 1841, written uxm .hf tnowleJge of the fact that Mexico contempla ted speedy renewal of tho war against Tc.x- and that she designed to inuke it a w ar of extermination. This letter is an elaborate document. Mr. Calhoun begins by referring to the orders fit Men. Wool, commander of the army of invasion, nnd to the decree of Santa Anna, issued in June last, s preparatory to the re-commencement of hottililies upon Texas. Ily these, nil commun...

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. — 14 December 1844

Tort-mastkr Genkrat.'r Rri-oht. The Phila delphia Ledger says We hnva received a copy of Hie Animal Report ofthe Postmaster General, Mr. Wickliffe, and glean from it that the De parttnent's current expenses have been met the past year, as well as during the w hole course of the present administration, by its current reve nues. The total transportation of the mail by horse, and in stages, railroads, and steamboats, for the year ending the noth of June, 1811, supplying 1 ,10.1 post offices, at a cost of S2,9MS,ML was .1.V10ii,CJ0 miles, exceeding the transportation for the year IS 1.1 by 41.1,100 miles. The income of the Department for the year ending the 30th of June, 1811, was as follows : Letter postage, Newspaper postage, Fines, Miscellaneous receipt, $0,C70,1C1 .Vl 519,71.1 S3 13.- 00 11,21.' 17 Total revenue reported, $ 1, 237, is' Kl The total amount of expenditures settled and paid for the same period is 3 l,S'jrj,n70 70. The Postmaster General recommends a reduc tion of the r...

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. — 14 December 1844

aWS Glmita In Olilrn Times. A correspondent of tho Brooklyn Advertiser, n reforriiiif to a Into loctnre "by Professor Silli man, Jr , who mentioned the discovery of an e tmrmous animal of the liturfl tribe, megninjr K0 foci in length, from which ho naturally in ferred, ns no living specimen had been found, that all animals had prcntly derrpnernted in size, confirms tho supposition by referring to tire his Tory of giants in the olden time, of wliie.li he Tiirniehcs a list. From that, it teems thut we, of tbe pTesent day, ere comparatively dwarfs, when placed by the side of the thirty feet cen tleinen of nntiquity ! The shin bono of "Mr. Keiitolocus Rex,' described below, measured tour feet, and he, accordingtothe Abbe la Chap py, was just the height of a race of people call ed Wotiacks ! Verily there trcre giants in those days !' The giant exhibited in Ruuen in I7:l."s mcu sured over 6 feet. (Joriipius srnv a girl who was 10 feet hih! Tue body ofOrcstes was 11 J feet high ! The Giant...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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