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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 July 1852

"V. UNBURY ERICAN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFamfly iictospapcr-Dctootc to iJolftfcs, JLfttraturc, .filoral..t jforffflit an Domrstfc lictos, Sconce ana the arts, ftarfculturr, iHarbcts, amusements, c NISW SKIUKS VOL. .1, NO. 17. SUNIIUKY. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JULY IT. OLD SKUIKS VOL. lii, NO. 43. AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMERICAN I. puliliaheit every ftilnrtlny nt TWO DOI.I.AIliS per milium to be pnid Imlf yearly ill anratrce. o paper uiecouttiiueil until all ntreuriiyns me All communication or leltera on lnmiu-a retiring to unice, tu inaure attention, must Ihi POST PAIU. TO CLOUS. Thru conies to one addrera, W"1 Seven D Do I'""' t'ilteen Uo Do '!" five dollars in advance will pay Tor Hires year, sub teriuiiou Ui Uie American. "Om Sounr. of 16 linee. 9 tunes, tl " V.very aulaeqitent iiiwrlion, '" Hue Square, 3 month., !)no Six numtha, ftnii (iia year, Mi llu.ineea Cerda of Five lines, per annum, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 July 1852

SUNMJKY AMERICAN AND SHAM01UN JOUJINAL. TEE SUN BURY. .. SATURDAY, JfLY IT, IM.'. 11. U. M.lSSk.ii, l.,liior ii ml rroprlrtor. V. II. PAI.Mi:il Is our nuilinrizcd atraiit n rj: - Mjiipliuii mill auVwlitiiig nt lui ollice, in l'luiu lelpiu i, Now York, Boston and B illlmore. ' To ABvETirB. The circulation of li.n Shi'imy Amariron smeiiy the ilnti-reiit lnwiu on llie Sanquchsiiiita 1 1 ''acceiled u .quailed by any paper puUiahcd in North tin I'uniisylv-Buta. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. FOIl PRESIDENT : FKAMvLIN PIERCE, Op Nkw Havpstiiiip. FOR VICF. PRESIDENT: WILLIAM R. KINO, Op Alabama. PRESIDENT! At, ELECTORS. SKNATOimi.. Gnomic W. Woodwaim, of Luzerne. Wilson M'Ca.nhlkss, of Allegheny. AIIIHIIdNAI. DISTRICT. ItuBKHr pATrntsos, of Philadelphia. DiSTillCTS. I. Pelei I.fiL'lll. ?. Ceo. II. Maiiin, 3. John Miller, Ol'THAflMH CASE OF KIPMAPPIJIO. The Boston Bee publishes lite parlicuhirs of anion! bold ami oulragpoim cntflof kid napping at Sleep Full, Siandish, Mu. Last Friday noon...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 July 1852

! n-- ' - . 1 COMMUNICATIONS. For the American. M. Editor : Permit us through the col timna of your paper to present the name nf the Hon. GEORGE C. WELKKR of the bnr. ugh of Sunbury, to the democracy of Ihis district at. gentleman in every wny worthy nf their mtpport, a the next candidate for Congress. Jud(je VVclker in well known to all of us, A firm, tried nitd unwavering democrat Mmself one of the people, familiar w ith lh view anil interests of the farmer, lutmrnr, tneehnnio and all ihu other c.Usc of the community, and ever nnvinns nnd remit In do all in his nowir In dumotn il.oir uelfinn ! The Judge is no ollice seeker, but the pen- i .1 . . . , pia want his services in Cnnnress and hnve almost unanimously nrgfd him to nccept the j nomination. The deleirstos from this pui of the county will all he in his favor, and ii the other townships will but do llieir duly to j the country and themselves tli?? Hon. O. C. I Welker will be the unanimous nominee nf I the county. ! MANY DEMOC...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 July 1852

SUNHUUY AMEIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. MIDSUMMER. IIT ELIZABETH 0AKE4 SMITH. j 'Ti tha Jtirnmor prime, when tlio iiuitulpss air, to perfumed chalice lios, Ami the bee f-oeit by with a lazy hum, Beneath the Iwpinir kic J When tha brook is low, mnl I lie tipple briuhl, . , A clow n the Blrenm they pn, The petiblen nre dry on the upper side, Aitd dark and wet below. The tree ijiat ntootl whom the soil's nlhirnt, And the miillin lirsl appear, Hath a dry and rualy colored bark, And its leaves are curled and sen ; But the dor-wool and the hnzi-l-bimli Have clustered round the brook Their roots have stricken deep beneath, And lliey have a verdant look To the juicy leaf the prnsshnpper clings, And he knaws it like n file ; The. naked stulks are withering by, Where he has been eiewhile. The cricket hops on Ihe blistering lock, Or pipes in Ilia faded eraM ; Th beetle's wiuus are folded mute, Whure the steps to the idler pa.s. 0 kctcl). AW fcHOKV BEAt TV OF MARTIMI fc. DF.SCIIIBKD BV MH. WILMS...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 July 1852

.... ..'-' A NBUEI Or i j?- ) ! ' t I H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ssf-' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CI jyamUu ilrtaspaptr-DetJOtrt to Dolftfas, attercturr, jfttornlHa, jForrtfln an Domestic .fiftos, aefrnce antt the girts, Slortculturr, iwarncts, amusements, (ct NEW SERIES VOL. S, NO. 19. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.. SATURDAY, JULY St, 1852. OLD SERIES VOL. ,2, NO. 4. "5. iilllilCAN. saaaasr X I ! I TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN la published every Saturday at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper diecontinued until au arrearage! are paid. All communication! or letter! on bniineee relating to the office, to iuaure attention, mint be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three eopiee to one tddreaa, fit no Seven D Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do 80 00 Five dollar! In advance will pay for three year'e eub eenption to the American. One Souare of IB linei, 3 timea, Every aulieequent ineertion, One Square, 3 months, Six mimtha, One year, Buein...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 July 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. GENtflAL I'lERCE A AN OFFICER. We publish this week the following let ter from Gen. Wynkoop, in reply to a let ter addressed to him by Judge Palmer and others, at Potdville, in relation to the roil itary qualification! of Gen. Franklin Pierce, our candidate for the Presidency. Geo. Wynkoop had every opportunity of judg ing of the qualification! of Gen. Pierce, and speaks of him in the highest termt ai do all tvbo know him, as a statesman, sol dier, and a gentleman. Washinotoh, D. C, Jvit 9, 158. Gentlemen I am obliged to you for your let ter of July Cih, and lake crl pl9Ure '" promptly replying to it. During the last war with Mexico, I knew General Franklin Tieiica personally anil well, but it is proper lo nay that it mas not my pood fortune to participate with him in tho!e several battles wherein he earned for himself so justly the hij;b reputation of a gallant soldier and a good General. My knowledge of Gen Pierce, was how ever the reflected ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 July 1852

SUNBUJIY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. COMMUNICATIONS. For the American. if Mr. Masser : Permit me, through your paper, to announce to the democratic voters of this county, the name of JOHN B. HEL LER, of Chilisquaqne township, as a perron, in every respect, well qualified to discharge the duties of ... .,v , .... .. , r-1... i , ' COUNTY COMM1SS10NE11. Mr, Holler is well known as one of the most active and steadfast demooram in the Coun ty, and as the "vp'per end" in now entitled to the office, 1 hope he will receive the appro val of the approaching democratic convention.,- By giving this notice a place in your paper, you will obliiza many democracis of NORI1TU MBEULAND. Sunbury, July 24, 1852. For the Amehican. - Ma. EniToa : As the lime is not far distant when the democracy of the 1 1th Congressional district will be called upon to elect a candidate for Congress, and a it is highly important that the gentleman select ed should be well qualified for an office in which we all feet...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 July 1852

SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Poetry. TO MY CIGAR. Yet, social friend, 1 lo the wall, In learned dociort' spit ; 1 lor. thy fragrant, musty amell, 1 loa thy calm delight. What if thay tell, with phiwea long, Onr yeara art sooner paatl I would reply, with raanon atrontt, They'ra aweetar while) they lait. And oft, mild tube, to ma thou art A monitor, though still Thou speak'at a lesson to (tit heart, Above the preacher'a kill. When in the lorely evening hour, Attended but by thee, O'er hist'ry's varied page I pore, Man'i fate in thine 1 aee. Awhile, like thee, the hero borne, And moke and fomea around ; t And then, like thee, to ashes turn, And minglea with the ground ! Thou'rt like the man of worth, who gives To goodness every day J The fragrance of whose Virtue Uvea When lie has passed away. Oft when the snowy columns grows, And breaks and falls away, I '.race how mighty realms rose, Then tumbled to decay ! From beggar'a frieze to monarch's robe, One comn.on doom i passed ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 August 1852

CAN 3- H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SSS"' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI iTiittllif iitujspapcv Dcjotc5 to JjolfHcs, attenuate, iiloralfts, iFovrtan ana Donustfc lulus, science aui the avis, aorfcttiturr, itiarttcts, amusements, act NEW SEIUKS VOL. 3, No. 2o. 8UM1UKY. XOIM IIUMIIERI.AM) COUNTY. 1'A., SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. 1834. OLD SEMES VOL. 13, NO. 40. AM BR 1 M-Jf TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMF.RICAX is published, every Stmirdnv at TWO DOLLARS! per annum In lie uuil hull' early in ulv-aiiua. Nu paper discontinued until all urrearug ' nrc All eoinmiiiiicntiniit or leitera on lamini-M relating to lh. o.iice, to mture attention, must be TOST l'Ail). TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, SO 00 feven ... i) Do 1UIKJ I'ltteen Do Do aoiHJ Five dollars in ndvsuca will pay for three year's sub scription to the American. On. Snnnte of 1 Mum. 3 lime., SI on l.veiv auiivquent iiifterliun, g. One Squnro, a months, 3cn !ix inonthl, gnu One yenr, goo llusiiiesa Cord,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 August 1852

- . r 'I ' " STTNTUTRV AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN. J OURNAL. From New York HemM, July 9. TEltMBLE CALAMITY O THE NORTH HIVE. UUKNING OF THE HENRY CLAY. Ftarul Loss of Life. Another terrible calamity occurred ester day afternoon, on the Hudson Rirer. About three o'clock, the steamer Henry Clay took fire and in a short time was a sheet of flame and burnt to the water's edge. She hnd about five hundred passengers on board.- Of these it ia variously estimated, that from fifty to sixty, principally females and children, perished in thi amis or tetrt drovntd in thtir efforts to escape from it. Most of the baggage was lost. . Such is a brief account of a disaster that has thrown the city into consternation, and carried sadness and desolation to hundreds of families. The following are the particu lars of this dreadful disaster : STATEMENT Of MR. POMICMUS, PILOT Of THE ARMENIA. About three o'clock in the afternoon, our boat was some four miles astern of the Hen ry Clay, when I saw a smoke ascendi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 August 1852

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. COMMUNICATIONS. For th American. Ai the lima it rapidly approaching when the democrat; of out county will assemble to lelect candidate for the different offices in the count yj How Ha to recommend BEN. JAM1N KRIEGHBAUM, of Lower Auguaia, for the ofltce of County Cominisiioner. Mr. Krieghbaum' Is an intelligent man and a firm unwavering -democrat. We have been ac quainted .with biin for many year, and know Lira to bo an industrious and correct business man, possessed of a sound and dis criminating mind i aid should he be nomina. ted, we are confident.. he will attend to the duties of the office faithfully, honestly, care fullfand correctly. We assure yon if elect ed he would perform his duly with honor lo tmnself and with safety to the publio. : ' MANY DEMOCRATS. Lower Augusta, July 24, 1852. ' For the American. ' Mr. Mas'ser : Permit me, through your paper, to announce to the democratic voters of this county, the name of JOHN' B. HEL LER, of C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 August 1852

SUiNBU U Y AME HIC AN AND SHAMOTCIN JOUHNAL,. Poetry. Muoings of a Young Mother over her New-Born Babe. Dr.DICAtED TO llF.R Ih'ftHKt). How mill ha lie, This dear ami lovely babi? Wiih her sonlM tye!, And hands go meekly laid Upon hr breast- How beautiful her rest. And is she miie This strange and wondrous thbg 1 Did hands divititi This human flow'ipt flint; Upon my heart 1 Ot God, how good thou ml ! I gaze upon Her tiny infant form, And feel I've won A ray to gild the storm That clouds life's sun, From thoe, beloved one. From me as thee The gloom that shrouds thy soul, O'ershadows me : Yet the dark waves thrill roll. Peace, joy to thnp, If thou but hopeful bo. What bliss 'twill prov, To watch our rose put forth Its leaves of love To catch its fragrant breath. This will be joy, Pure, sweet as reigns on high. Look on her face' Jehovah's seal behold, Immortal trace In letters bright and bold. God give us grace Her virtues to unfold. a umovouis Sfcctrfi. COO BOOK AGENTS WANTED. A K"id, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 August 1852

-r 1 NBUR.Y I AMERICAN . H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a Jfnmfly iictospjipcv-DcDotrt to Jjouttcs, iutcraturr, woralltff. jForrtflit anu Domestic iUtos, science ana the arts, aarlculturr, jfHarUets, amusements, arc flliW SERIES VOL. NO. 31. SUNI1UKY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 18.12. OLD SERIES VOL. !a, Nf). 47 TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMERICAN li published every gutimtny nt TWO DOI.l.AliH per annum to be paid half venrly in advance. No pnper discontinued until iu arrearages are paid. All communications or letter, on bti.iin-s relating to Ah office, to insure attention, mint Im l'CJST VA.ll). TO CLl'lK. Three copies to one address, M 00 Seven D Do 10 fifteen l)o Do 20 00 Five dollars in advance will pay fur thiee yeai's suu ecription to liie American. One Sauaie of 10 line., 3 time., Kvety subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 months, Six inonllia, One yenr, Business Card, of Five line., per annum, Merch...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 August 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL XWU CONOR K-rirl "' WASHINGTON, A"gt SenT Mr. Biiyht moved, mid " bt'' lioss wan suspended, in irnler to "P 'J of the President on subject of the Fisheries. . ' A dcbale took place, in which Mew. Se bastian,. Atchison, Bell, Cm, Underwood, aJ Walker look pari. '. ,, Mr. Cass, during his' remarks' digressed; I ami said ho desired to vindicate 'the truth of histoiy. Ho Mid it was often qtteslioned who was the aniljnr. of. tha.rnQvemi'nt which broke the Biitish lines at Tippecanoe. He raid ha ai there a a spectator, having no command. General Harrison issued his or. ders for the order of battle ; Col. Johnson's regiment being behind to support the infan try. After the line, was formed, Gen. Harri dan said to hiirt, (Gen. Cass).that he believed ho woulJ change the orderof battle and place Col Johnson's hoiso in front. He sug gested to Gen. Harrison the diflionliy of tlio movement, that Col. Johnson, men and hor ses were but-raw Mroops. Gen. Harrison...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 August 1852

f COMMUNICATIONS. For thb American. A the time is rapidly approaching when the democracy of our county vill assemble to olect candidates for the different office in the county, allow us to recommend REN. JAMIN KR1 EGHBAUM, of Lower Augusta, for the office of County Commissioner. Mr. Krleghbaum is an intelligent man and a firm uowarering democrat.' Wo have been ao quainted' with him lor many years, and know him to bo mi industrious and correct business man, possessed of a sound and dis criminating mind j and should he be nomina. led, we are confiJenl he will attend to the duties of the office faithfully, honestly, care fully and correctly. Wo assure yon if elect ed he would pei form his duty with honor lo himself and with safety to the public. MANY DEMOCRATS. Lower Augusta. July 24, 1852. For thk American. Mr. Master : Permit me, through your paper, to announce lo the democratic voters of this county, the name of JOHN B. HEL LER, of Chilisqu sique township, as a person, in every resp...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 August 1852

I poctvtj. J SUNMJUY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. he Lord looketh on the Heart" By Mbs. Sinoi'RNY. hnVin Ihy IPmplf, Lei"! of hosts, ; With prayerful lip we bow, If every vain ntul wayward thought Wcra, written on our brow ; Ami if thfe sparchinj? eye of man Might each emotion see, Ami every motive all unveiled, As r.learly read by Thee, 4 How would the moM lamiliar friend From Ink companion start, And neighbor nunii the neiubors face With terror in Ilia heart ! Ya, mnn'y whom a -fluttering world Applauds us jiift and true, Miaht to the rocks and mouutains turn To shield thorn from its view. . But thou, to v.lio.e omniscient Eye Our every thought on earth Hath stood uncurtained and revealed, E'en from our day of birth, How great must-thy forbearance bo ! How measureless and vast The power of His atoning love That pardonelh us at last ! i 3Wfscellucoit0 flatter. Lv :-rr;,:.N! Steam, liircl ricii v ! ! trJ a'?! :'!; !i:-:s y-' tl-u ly tin Tn-EM dish, The A'- i.iiiUiKilij, I I'M 1UA ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 August 1852

NB ERICAN II. B. MASSEIi, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jramfltf iiriuspaprr-Dcliottp to jjoiutcs, Jtfitraturc, ittoralttj?, jfoicfflit antr Domcstfc ilctos, Scfci.cc ana tht arts, aortculture, UlarUcts, amusements, Set NEW SEltlKS VOL. 5, NO. StJMMIltV, NOIITIIUMUKIILANI) COUNTY. PA., SATL'JIDAY, AUGUST 91, 18.19. OLD SERIES VOL. 12, NO. 48. AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. tX"Ei amer1CAN i" pul.li.heil evev Salnnloy at TWO DOI.LAltSJ per milium to be luiid I';ilf ye.-irlv in eiu panel iHRcuiiliiuu-d until all arrears ure ipaid. All communications or letter, on business rrlnnng to tht uffice, to insure attention, mint Iw POST 1'AIU. To CLUBS. Three copie. to one adtlrew, f ''0 Hr.vrn u Do iii(K) Fiiteen jj u ti 1 Fivedollnri In ailvmicn will nay for three yaiu's nuli eriptiou to the American. One Sounie of 16 line, 3 tinu-i, r very uliaeqitrnt inat-rliiiii, Jne 8(unre, 3 muntli., Hix months, One year, IfiiKiness Cards of Five linrs, per umintn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 August 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. I'rumtlie Public l.lgcr, IMPORTANT l'OLICE DEVl.MrM EN". Through (ho instrumentality of Mayor Oiinin of (his city, and Major Guthrie, of Pittsburg some very important policedevel onmoiits have been made during (he past week, in (he interior of thii Stale, and (he principal manufactory of counterfeit money destroyed. The arrangement for (he descent which proved so successful, were in prepare lion months past j and such information ,,-ached Mr. Gilpin lust week, that on Friday officer Moser, of tlia city night police, was dopatched to Montour county, in order (o prepare for Cnpt. Bennett and officer Bunting of the city police, and High Constable Ha. pne, of Pittsburgh, who started on oaturuay. "Officer Mst,r Hrrivl1 nl lha UVOr" f Abra" ham Hans, about 13 miles from Danville, on Saturday, and remained there until Mon day morniiijf. In the inlet im, ho hail made nrrangemnni accoidmice with his diiec liuns) to puichase a quantity of the counter fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 August 1852

SUNBUHY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. New Advertisements. cj- 8500 challenge emicerns the bentth and rinpninens of .,!. V.". 1,11 "mouf ' nio.i valuable lmrv- thiir JLi? . ? f"r a-'""1 ""' P"' " H 'n averl ' t.f0V';lh0 live" lhc'r children, and that !h 1 w;'' "'"'vor to promote their own health at voiT,h'i wnulS1 " 10 X" n"rdiur lnii,ly assure Mtelii-J pVR-,S' kc""s" " P'ni..iiof the irrnst SJIinI?.. r ,,1"C1:," "r" ",0 P'imy ""tea or a large nujor tjr of diwaara tu which children and adulta are ha o c ; it von have an appetite continually clianaaiMe from one kind of food to another, Bnd Breath, Pain in the Pt Ki?J'tV An "J "' N'we, Hardness and Fullness uf the ii,. tE.y C'Vsl'' 8I'.'.W Ktv"r' I'flwln-nular remoinbar ply the re'm1ay':'l'e WORMS' ",tl 'ou 'tmld 0,K "P" HOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP. An article founded upon Scientific rrluciplcii. cmnpound eu with purely vegetable sul.siaiices. being perfectly wife wtien uilion andean be pit-en to the mnu tender lnii.nl with decided heneaci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 August 1852

SUNBURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL." Poetry. WOOD THOUGHTS. iiENr tncrn. Dreaming in tha Nassau forest As tho moon crept by All thai moveJ tha browu wood-linnet, Gnat, and anla and I All that spake, such sudden mutmurs As, from sylvan ground Wnke and whisper and then perish Like, thought, than sound . Came a sense of soft inviting, Such as lift the eyes Of tho world's forgotten children (11 a glad surprise. Listen dwe-lleis in dank hedges Listen city's poor Listen toil-soil, wan mechanic Pauper serf and boor ! Greay-lintlpd out nt elbows All that cannot win Access to a prince's pictures, Hero ate mine. Come in. Nature guards this portal never Shut to miry shoes Show your heart 'tis written, "Peace till" Pass, where'er you choose. Take tho ninss-throno she provides you Lift her inmost sneens Dint her sacred coipeu richer, Sufler than a queen's Von, who lords hav ton much honored With a saucy nod Stand in Ilis mignst creations Face to face with God. Leaving then, tnke this memorial...

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