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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 March 1845

SDJNBUMY AMERICAN, PRICE OF ADYEnTISItfG. H. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. 1 Pcatismtas AH D S POrISTS. I square t insertion, f 0 60 1 do do . 0 7S 1 du 3 d. . . . 1 OQ Every subsequent insertion, - 0 tS Yearlv Advertisement. nn. Inmn 15(5 i bnlf . It. JIJISSEH, Kdtlor. OJjfict in Ctnirt Alley, in the rear of II. B. Mat ter'! Shire. THE'1 AM ERICAN " ispubiiahed every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Alt arrearages are paid. ' No subscriptions received for a less period than sil MonTHa. All communications or letters on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. column, $18, three squares, $13; twosquaras, fU j one square, d. nail-yearly t one column, $18 i half column, f 13 j three squares, $8 j two squares, $5; one square, $3 60. Advertisements loft without directions as to lha length of time they are to he published, will I continued until ordered out, and charged acco...

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. — 1 March 1845

la the proceedings ot the celebration of the th of July, at Williamsnort, at which Mr. Packer, O. Watson and others of that caste figured prominently, published in the Gaiette, the following toast appear, ofleroJ by C. I Eldred, the present editor of that paper : By C. D. Eldred. Henry A. Muhlenberg. The Trojan Horte Introduced into the De mocratic party of Pennsylvania. If admitted into the Capitol, his ritt'on will tack he city." Here it mny not be amiss to remind the render thai this same C. D. Eldred, in perfect keeping with his former practices, violated his inMrtic ions, and, Instead of supporting our present popular executive, aa a delegate he was instruct v& to do, cast his tote lor this aatno "Trojan llorsti" Another toast appeared in the same proceedings, by John tt. Cook, the co-ptirlner of Mr. Packer, in which the Muhlenberg pnrty is denounced as a "band of ditorganitert," The abuse is continued with unabated violence, and, in the Gazette of July 29th, Mr. Muhlen b T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 March 1845

MkLAISCHOLY SlIICIDt IN N. Yoa The N. Y. Mirror, in speaking or a suicide committed in that city, aaya : "We published last evening (18th inst.) an account of the death of the young Spaniard, who threw himself from the roof of his boarding house in Barclay street, but we were not then aware that it was any one whom we had ever seen. We have since identified him with a person we had often seen of late a young, but singular stylish and high-bred looking for eigner and a gentleman who knew liim has given is some particulars of his history. His name ras Aldama, and he was the son of tlie wealthiest man in the Havana, commonly known by the name of the "golden ox." The father had been for some time endeavoring to bring a boiit a marriage of the young man to one lady, while he was devotedly attached to another, and the voyage to this country was a compulsory se paration by paternal authority. Young Aldama was of an unhappily sensitive nature, and excitable to frenzy with what would scarcel...

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. — 1 March 1845

A Large Organ. At Frryboury in Switzerland i very pow erful organ, which it well described by cor respondent of th New York Observer; It has 7900 pipes, some of them 32 feet long, iid 04 stops. It is an instrument of power, nd though the traveller is compelled to pay e leven francs to hear it on a week day, it U worili the money. At first one imagines a trick is played upon him, and that a full orchestra ac companies the organ. The mellow tones melt in and float away with the Itoavier notes, as if a band of musicians were playing out of sioht. Many refuse to believe it is not a deception till they go up and examine every part of the instru menu The effect is perfectly bewildering. There is the trombone, the claronet, the flute, the fife, and ever and anon the clear ringing note of the trumpet. The performance is clo ed with an imitation of a thunder storm, in which the wonderful power of the instrument is fully tested. At first you hear the low distant crowl swelling up and dyinr sw...

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. — 8 March 1845

TERMS OF THE fAMKIttCAX." H. D. MANSER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ? runtiKittiii ash S PnormiTORi. U. it. JIJtSSKH, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of If. B. Mat $er'$ Store.) THE" A M E R I C AlNpubTihei every Sat u r day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arret rages are paid. No subscription received for less period thin six mosjths. All communication or lettera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, nisi be POST PAID. COMMUNICATE 1). To the Democracy of the Thirteenth Congres sional Distslrt. C Concluded. J FOB, TIIK AMKR1CAS. II. B. Masser, Esq Dear Sir : In lStfG, when I wag a delicate to the County Conven tion, il is averted by 'Old Lycoming' that 1, in a speech of characteristic malignity, de nounced lien. Fleming, who had been nominat ed aa the Senatorial delegate to the reform con vention.' On tlic contrary, after his nomination, bo having signed and delivered a pledge to carry nut our principled,...

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. — 8 March 1845

justify it ! The writer of Old Lycoming had a two fold object in view. The chief of which waa to secure the appointment to individual ot their clan in Williamsport, and the other ti justify their treason to democracy, the most of thorn being implicated therein. These Williams port writer aro notorious throughout the coun try for their grasping propensities. They have become by-word every where t and they may be found in herds wherever patronage or heavy contracts are to be distributed. It a Judge sud denly expire, and before tbs corpse is cold, they nra on the scent in full cry; lot an adminiatra tinn change, and you find them facing about to the new order of things ; and whenever the party brings forward a candidate from any o ther part of the county or district, whom they cannot control, if they cannot prevent his nom ination by the people, they tecrclly join the op position and defeat him ; and yet, they desire to retain their position in the party. Who can now doubt how Crawford...

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. — 8 March 1845

thcr In legal not a moral sense bound for the debts of the States, and it would be a violation of our Compact of Union to assuino them, yet we Cannot but feel deep interest in seeing all the States meet their public liabilities, and pay off tneir just deuts, at the earliest practicable pe riod. That they will do bo, as noon at it can be done without imposing too heavy burdens on their cttisens, there in no reason to doubt. The sound, moral and honorable feeling of the people of the indebted States, cannot be questioned ; and we are happy to perceive a settled disposition on their part, as their ability returns, after a season f unexampled pecuniary embarrassment, to pay off all just demands, and to acquiesce in any reasonable measures to accomplish that object. One of the difficulties which we have hnd to encounter in the practical administration of the government, cons sis in the adjustment of our revenue laws, and the levy of the taxes neces sary for the support of government. In ...

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. — 8 March 1845

BANK. NOTE LIST. riLXSX.AXIA. The following list show the current value of all Pennsylvania Bank Note. The most implicit re liance my be placed upon it, it Utrtry week r. folly compared with at d corrected fiom I! ii li nt Reporter. Ran.ii In Phtlndclplila. NOTES AT PAR. Bun of rvorth America . . pir Bank of the Northern Liberties . , pur Commercial Bank of PennV . , pir Farmer' and Mechanic' Bank . . par Kensington Bank . , , par Philadelphia Bank . . par Schuylkill Bank . . . par S.mthwark Hank . . . par Wealern Bank . . par Mechanic Uank" . . pi? Manufacturer & Mechanic Hank" par Country Hank. Hank of l 'heater umwty Westchester par Uank ot Delaware Uounty" Chester par Bmk nf Germantnwn" Gcrmantown pir Uank ot Montgomery Co." JNornatown pat Uoviestown Uank Doyiestown par t.aa'on Hank" Linston par I armrrs Hank ot Mucks co." Hrf-tol par tjftieo of Uink of Perm a. Harrisburg These Office Co do Lancaster I office Office do do Reading f do not Oifice do do Eaaton J issue n. NOTES...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 March 1845

"I'JuLi.Nll'.LiJ-.JlJJ- .11 IU i TERMS OF THE ' AMLItlCAIV." SUNBUMY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. I'ltlOCS OF AHTIMlTIiSKVO. I square I insertion fO CO 1 dn 3 do . T1 1 do 3 d 1 (It) Evry subsequent insertion, 0 t Yearly Advertisements t one column, $ 38 hrlf oolumn,$18, three aquares, $13 1 two square, f 0 one equate, $H. Half-yearly t one column, f 1 8 J half column, 1 3 three squares, IS t two squares, $5; one square, $3 60. Advertisements left without direction a to lb length of timn they are to be published, M . continued until ordered out, and charged accord. ingly. (Jj-Sixtecn lines make a square. . h. n. masse;r, JOSEPH E18ELY. PnnrnitTORi. H. Jt. JtlJISSKH, editor. Office in CtnttAlleyTTnlht rear of It. D. Mat ter' Store.) TH E A M ERIO A N "lpubTished 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 subscription received for a less period than si mouths. All communications or Idler on busi...

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. — 15 March 1845

Vl President's Addrrst ! th Scsvrom In directing tho Vice President to preside at tlie deliberations of this body, tlie constitution of our country assigns to him a sphere and duty alike eminent and grateful. Without any of the carea of real power, with none of the responsibilities of legislation, except in nre conjectures, he isaisociated withthed'g nlhVd delegates of republican sovereignties; he i posted by ihe entire American people in your confederated Council, partly it would srom, as an organ of Freedom's fundamental principle of Order, and partly, perhaps, as a mere sym hoi of -that more popular and "more perfect union" on which depend the blessings of our .Peace, Independence and Liberty. His mission, tranquil and un imposing, is yet noble in its ori gin and object), and happy, as well as proud, in its relations to you. Noone, gentletnen.can appreciate more high ly or recognize more deferentially, than does the incumbent of this chair, the powers, provi leges, and rules or f...

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. — 15 March 1845

JIJ ILL'.- .UI..1..1 !." .. . .. . A RerARTii. Mr. Packenham, the British minister, was in the lobby when the House con curred in the amendment made by the Senate to the bill for annexing Texas, and when the resnlt was announced, he turned to Mr. Slidell, of La., and said, "You Americans are, indeed, a grasp ing people." "Yes," replied Mr. Slidell, "we have a strong mixture of the Anglo-Saxon blood in us." This was touching Mr. P. in a quiet manner. Extr,ct from a London paper. Wf're nut ourselves, When nature, teing oppressed, commands the mind To suffer with the body." This i a truism conceived by the msster mind of Shakapearc, which neither sophistry nor argu ment can refute. To all those who are sulfating from bilious attack, indige-lion and flatulency, we would with j rent sincerity recommend, as a never failing remedy, Drandreth's Tills. The testimoni al we have had submitted to us in favor nf this admirable medicine, ful'y justify our speaking of these Til's in terms of the h...

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. — 15 March 1845

lL,.il BT V WJ""1 l J J- imtii maciihvtc poKTnr. Jem Dodgo married ould Judy Rouse Och, she was a charming young bride ; With turf he then built a brick house ; And the front door was on the back tide. The rooT it was tiled with oat-straw, Tli 3 cellar was on the first floor, And the chimney in order to draw, Was built just outside of the door. A bescar was Teddy Melon, His sister was his only brother ; He had nothing at all of his own, Expert wnat belonged to his mother. One night Teddy says to the 'Squire. I'm so cold, give me somethin' to eat. I'm so dhry let me sit by the fire, And so hungry I must warm my feet. "Oh! honey," one day says Patt Tigg, For he was a scandalous glutton, 'To-morrow I'll kill my at pig, For I'm sure he'll make illegant mutton ;" Co then he goes into the hovel, And he hangs the pig up by the heel, Cut his throat all sonate with the shovel, Saying, this is the way to dress veal I One day Paddy Mulligan swore He had scalt all his mouth to a blister, While ...

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. — 22 March 1845

Tciims or Tin: amkricax." H. n. MASskr, f JOSEPH RISKLY. P PCIIIUHIIIU ASP norit itor. It. It. JTMSSEtl. HilU or. Office in Ccntri Alley, in Ihe rear of 11. It. Ma tier's Sore. TH E ' A M ERICA i" i published r verv Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lobe pnid half yearly in advance Nn paper discontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscription received for a loan period thn u mojths. All communication or letters on business relating to the. office, to insure attention, must ho PONT PAID. FE1T1TE?. &, CO. Manufacturers of I'MREUAS, PARASOLS, and SI'S SHADES, A'o. 1R1 Mmhcl Strut; P h I I it I c I h I n, ' NVITE the attention of Merchant. Mannfar liirers, eVc, Ac,, to their cj extensive, ele- ft-nit, nrw stock, prepared with great rare, anil of fered at the lowest p"isihlc price fr rai-h. The princinlenri which thin concern i establish eil, in to consult I lie mntu.d inlrirat of tin ir ru-to-merg anil themselves, by manufacturing a good r t e'e, selling it at the lowist pric...

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. — 22 March 1845

Tha Horror of MlllcrlsM Trial or lenata Daoj. -We leiwn report l' die trial oft wan who it termed El der Dammon, it Dover in thi Stale, commen cing the ITtli ult., before Moses Sweat and Si-Hi J.ec, E-qr. The trial devolopes mot chuck ing particular?, and convinces u morn fully than before, tliat town end city authorities should interfere and arrt these sensual and demurs I izing proceedings Tlipy are as bad as the worjt days of that arch rcoundrel and fanatic, Cochran, who "led illy women captive," and despoiled the domestic peace of many a peace ful and respectable family. A part of the evi dence we have omitted, il being too gross fur publication. Damrnon was charged with being a vagabond, common railer and brawler, neglecting in support his family, &.C. He plead not puil' v, and numerous witnesses were examined during the time ofthe trial, which lasted two day, borne of the witnesses testified that they saw nothing at the meetings improper, andnthers detailed whnt they saw s...

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. — 22 March 1845

Flout Between the Cheek and Tawnkk Li man. The Arkansas Intelligcnter oftho22d ult., mentions a fight which occurreJ between the Pawnee and Creek Indian!, in which six Creek warriors were killed. The Pawnees have returned to their homes upon the wild prairies for a reinforcement, with which they have sworn to return and take revenge. The affray occur red in the country which was apportioned to the Seminoles by the late treaty, and whither they are daily removing. ' A ' Co.xscikn nous Convict. The Vermont Mercury rotates tlint a young man recently ar rived nt Windsor in the Stage and applied for admission to the State Piison, showing the pa pers which entitled him to a resilience there. It seems that he had been convicted at Mont pel ie r for some offence, sentenced to the State Prison for six months, and in order to save expenses. was fitted out with his pap -rs and sent to Wind nor by stage, without Shi-rifTor other attendant ! i Badger, of Peterborough, N. II.. publishes a On reac...

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. — 22 March 1845

THE KVKKIXU HICIKS. t MRS. A MKLIA . WKt.BT Soft skies ! tmid your hails to-night How brightly beams each starry sphere, Beneath your softly mellowed light The loveliest scenes grow lovelier ! How high, how great, the glorious Power That bade these silvery dew-drops fall ; That touched with bloom the folded flower, And bent the blue sky over all '. t love to glide in these still hours With heart, and thought, and fancy, Viien nought but stars, and waves and flowers, May give me their sweet company ! When far below the waves outspread Glide safely on with liquid hue ; When winds are low and skies o'erhead Are beaming beautifully blue. Oh, what a heavenly hour is this T The green earth seems an Eden-home And yet I pine amid my bliss. For purer blisses yet to coma ! How ran my spirit gaze aloft Upon your deep delicious blue, And float to those far realms so oft, And never sigh to flutter through ! And yet this spot, so still, so lone, Seems formed to suit my mournful mood The far blue ...

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. — 29 March 1845

ll.Il.1IS Or THK im.iiM a . H. MAns.IR, JOsEI'H ElsEI.Y. uaLtsHKiia Ant) S Pa nopni k riiHi. . UV.ISSKtt, Editor. OJice in Centre Alley, in the rear of . U. Mas act' Store. TH G " A M ElUOA S" is tnU.lii.li.-il tvprv Sator dV nt TWO DOLLARS per annum In bo paid half yearly In advance. Nil paper discontin ued till all a'n-amxrs aie paid. N subscriptions received for a less period thin MX months. All communication or Ictiet on business relitintr tnthe olficr, to insure attention, must lo POST PAID. HE ST FE1T1TE?. & CO. Mnnnl.io.tiirers of UMBRELLAS, PAMSOLS, nnd SL'X SHADES, A'o. 113 Market Stirtt, P It I I a (1 r I p h I n , BNVITE tin- attention of Mprch-tnt. Manuf.c lutPts, Ac. iVi to ilipir icy extensive. p ft in', now nek, prepared w itli Rrcal cure. an. I uf. It ml nt th.' lowpst p.nihp piipp I r cah 1 lie principle mi which this concern l p-lnhlish- , p.1. ia I.. consult Hip inniii.l int. .cat ..fth.ir cu-t... inei mi I ih. iiiclv. a, I v in c.ur.x'tu. iiiii a it .ml ..r- ...

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 March 1845

Mnriler of C. 11. Thomson. The ciicunistancos of tho murder of this cs timublo Citnen, In tlio Court-House ot Mount Sterling, Ey., are thus relnted by a carreipr-n-loot of the Lxingrton lY.quirer: I witnP3Hd to-day tl. tnoM tragic soono ever rnacteJ in a Court-Ifouse, in iho murderof your 'iptinyuished townsman, Clifton Ji. Thomson, hy Henry Dmiel. A suit had born brought by Th rnson against Dinicl at tho hat of March term. Daniel procured a continuance f the catnn by a verbal statement until tin Sep toniber term. At tho September term hewn again not resdy but was compelled to give a written affidavit, setting forth the ground upon which ho wished tj pet a continmneo. The case was continued. To-dny the case was rill ed, and ho catne forwsrd with another affidavit fir another continuance. This so provoked Thomson that he requested hiscounccl to permit Lim to answer the affidavit, which contained much low end personal abuse of himself. In his answer Mr. Thomson was remarl:nb!y oortr. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 March 1845

From the Phila. Ledger. Btnlatrsiitf a, Messrs. Editors : By examination of a Re port to Congress, bearing data January lClh, 1345, just received, t perceive that the whole number of emigrants who have arrived in the U nited States during the last eight years, amounts to 581,523; yearly average "8,941. Of this num ber there were from England and Scotland, 81. .120 Germany, 145,970 Ireland, 340,618 Other British Possessions, 1G.S7G France, 3D'D53 Texas, 11,901 Among these 081,228 emigrants there were per sons having no occupation, 231,044 Children, 51,728 Laborers, 7G,013 Mechanics, 09,208 Farmers, 97,790 Planters, 112 Physicians, 1,7.')C Lawyers, 552 Dress Makem, 2,00 "Sow it is evident there are many thousands in j of Northumberland. addition who enter the United States that are not enumerated, bfcause not reported to govern ment. The large amount from Texas will surprise many readers unless they are reminded that the German Association are sending their people to Texas, a large po...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 March 1845

f - ' ...(. .TU4 'V.- a. T'.ir l,riiiPiti!irniir taf Kni ly Pftjs. Th -T- n --rTritl nnt in a qui'"! vain Whirr th 'dark-bird s!nn his son;;, An I th' tnri"fiil Inrk in the morning jale FIT'S cnrtftlling alone, With n not" so soft, so swnet and clrtir, That it sr'mi to con- from anothei sphere. That happy home, with its. birds and f!oier?rs, An 1 th- stream that murmur by, An! th" tre", vh-rc in summer u!try hours j It was luxury to lie, Wit? tlie Eden of my enfly years. And mcmoiy thinks of it with teat Oil that childhood was n hnppy time , I have nevr known n joy Such as. when at morn'it:: I would climb, A young Fobl-hf-arted boy, Tpthe riiaavl aid of that st"cp old hi!! Wli-re in fancy I am wntuleripe still ! But :h? flowers may bloom, and ths birJ may sing An ! I shall nvst th"tn nevei ! Tor Fate coiiips mournfully whispering Thnt w'io part'd now lorever, Though th -re I'.l h-nve my latest sieh, Thnh lh?r. iiidalh. I'd wish to lie. Vhat is this lf";i vn. of which o much I dt am ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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