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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 April 1845

St . TERMS OF THE "AMERICAN." SUNBUJUY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; I'RICrS OF ADTCRT1SIXO. 1 square 1 insertion, f 0 4V) I da S do 0 7 I drt S d . I 00 Ery subsequent Inserth n, 4 0 tl Yearly Adveitlaemeniai one column, f 85 I brjf eolumn, $18, three aqua a, f 1 3 two squares, 1 9 1 nnesqnare, fV Half-yearly 1 ene column, f 18 J half column, 11 J t thr.e squares, M j two square, (S one square, 3 AO. Advertisement h it without directions a to tbe length of time they ae la be pub ished, wiiPe continued until ordered out, end charged accord, inglv. Jis'iiteen Mnn make a square. H. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH E IS ELY. Pcausatas as Pnorm trans. It. B. JTMSSER. Editor. OJics in Centre Alley, in the rear of 11. B. Mat ter's Store. THE' AM RltlUl V published e very Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discoliiln .ued til) Alt arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received fir a loss period than mx mouths. All communication or letters on business relating...

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. — 5 April 1845

Plj A N n SO TnltKK, ' The mrtin secret in transplanting trees, lit? in i'ciirrfi(l!y Jilting in the mould, go ihnl pit. ry lnrr.e root and umailfbrc tnaij be t imely I'trronmtett with toil" Wherever a hollow is left, the riMit moulds, and in consequf nee, de cays! and this decny spreads through the iree. Let tlin hole he dug a liitlo deeper than the tree is tn be set, and at least three feet in width. If the sil is not mellow and rich, hare a csrtlond of such ready at each hole, su.d wi'.li this fiil in antonj tho roots, drawing thoin out in their ni tun! position. When the roots arc thus im bedded, throw in a bucket of water. This is a very useful measure. It fills up Rrnall vocui tiea that remain, settles tho tree firmly in the (found, and preserves humidity for a long time, ilius rendering it unnecessary to water the ttir face, which by causing it to bike is highly inju rious. It is a prevalent and fatal error to plant t t Jei p. Plnnt the ro ts in the surfaeu soil, oily an inch...

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. — 5 April 1845

II. I. J .'." ... in. 'a Proper Kind of Priuic. Wo conceive it' to be the highest species of honor that can bo conferred upon a man, to be enabled to any that he elevated himself from poverty and honest manual toil, to the noblest position in society. It is still more creditable when the man thus e levatcd is not ashamed of his former mechani cal skill. It is truly commendatory therefore when the Hon. Luther Severance, member of Congress from Maine, and a most amiable and talented gentleman, says of Simon Camrron, tho United States Senator from Pennsylvania, that something more than twenty years ago he worked by his side, as a journeyman, in lialcs & Seaton's printing office, at Washington, ami 'boarded at the same house with him. This is 'omething to be proud of. 'G amino in France. In Prance, the passion for gaming just now is intense. A young Rus sian lately Inst, in a single niiiht, a hundred and twenty thousand francs. As he wan writing, the next day, an order on his banker...

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. — 5 April 1845

From the Broadway Journal. A TAI.B OP t.rZOM. Dt X.RY K. HSrritT. Sits tli a old man in his dwelling, 'neath ths low. tv roof of reds, To himself b:s sorrows telling, as ft hermit tells his beads, Olid the hmh of glowing noontide scarce a leaf stirs in the brecw, Whore it float eth, perfume laden, lightly o'er the citron trees, .And a silver fount is (lashing in the sunlight near the door, Making music with its plashing, rippling o'er the pebbly floor. But the old man, all unheeding, sits In loneliness apait, Miil the pape of memory leading deeply traced upon his heart. Lo, h" wcopeth! No one seeth where the tear adown his vest Trickles o'er the scapulary hanging low upon his breast. Put anon he reverent bending cresses thrice his furrowed biow, And his voice is utterance lending to his plain tive spirit now 'Holy Mother ! Mother! hear me! llar a sorrowing heart complain Farthly sorrow once came near thee, Thou hast suffered mortal pain. To the World's polluted altars I Asm holier t...

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. — 12 April 1845

TERMS OF THIS AMI'ltlA,) II. B. MA8SKU, JOSEPH EISELY. ? PuBMSHKHS AHB S pRortuaTeas. B. MJISSEIt. fitlitor. OJJict in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. B. Mat ncr't Snre. THE" A M EKlTrTspiililTithcil etery Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages arc paid. No subscription received for a less period thin six months. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. 3.E3T FElTlTEEi & CO. Mantifiictnrcra of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, anil m SHADES, JVo. IP! Market Street, Plillndclphln, BNVITE the attention of Metchants, Mantif-ir-turers, Ace. &c, to their very extensive, ele gant, new stock, prepared with great enre, anJ ot tered at the lowest possible prices fir rash. The principle on which (his concern is establish ed, is t'i consult llie mutual interest i.f their ru-ln-merg anil themselves, by in .nufiicturing a good r tic e. selling it at the lowist pr...

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. — 12 April 1845

A Railroad ! Ore-fa-a. We arc indebted to tho Hon. R D. Owen for n copy of the Report from the Committee on Roads and Canals, in relation to a railroad to Oregon. The Committee sajr that they have found it impossible to give Mr. Whitney's me morial the reflection necessary lo form a speci fic opinion aato the expediency or practicabili ty of tlie project. So tar, however, as their in vestigations have reached, the Committee have seen nothing that proves the impracticability of the plan. Out with the limited information be fore lilt-in, the Committee arc not prepared to recommend that the prayer of the memorialists for survey should be granted; but tiny say rhnt public attention is already attracted to the subject ; public opinion, in regard to it, will ma ture in the recess ; and that a project so vast can not with propriety tie entered upon, even in its preparatory steps, in a manner so hasty, anJ with lights so imperfect, as, if now under lnk"n, it must be. An extract from the mem...

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. — 12 April 1845

Highly Important from Texas. UrSCKrTlOJI of IMC Anmxiatio Rksolitioi Great Rejoicing The Philadelphia Ledger aaya, we have a supply of papers by a recent ar rival from Texas, up to the 25th ult., and we find they are filled with rejoicing at tee passage of the Annexation resolutions by the United States Congress. The citizens of both Galveston and Houston testified the livlicst joy immediately an the reception of the news, a fact which proves what the journals of that country have always asserted, that the people are strongly in favor of the project, however much the prominent poli ticians are opposed to it. It is from the latter that the only opposition to the measure is to be found. The vessels in the linrbor at Galveston displayed the Star-Spangled Ilanncr and the Lone Star in unison from their masts ; one hundred guns were fired in honor of the event, and an il lumination of the city was agreed upon with the greatest unanimity. A public meeting was con vened, at which (ien. Metn...

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. — 12 April 1845

' rrom the rhila. Ledger. The Sonff of the Flriggnt Sailor. Ye tsifii of the shore, In kind mercy extend Vout rar to the woes of the sons of the ofoan, Tiom the !nsh of the tyrant wc pray you defend Th urs who'd fijjht for you with fondest de votion. We fear not the itorm In its mightiest form, We've nothing to dread from the voice of the wave, But the f1e3h-eutting lash Ol'the tyrant o rash, C.vc! grief and dismay to the heart of the brave. If. Ys rns of the free! ahall we ask you in vain, Ta strike down t power accurs'd in each fea ture? Shall tni poor outraged tar point to each bloody stain T And find no relief in your generous i.ature ? Shall the sailor's sad wail, Swell the loud roaring cale, While his blood and his tears tnaik the deck of J the brave ? Ah, let it not bo On the far distant sea, Fortli.TJ are nous to protect or to save. nr. All l.ail to Columbia ! the Homo of our choice, Where floats freedom's flag in the pride of its story ; To fiVit her just battles hei tars w...

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. — 19 April 1845

SSH" TEllMS OF TIIK " AME1UCAX." II. B. MA88ER, f rcaitsnmts a JOSEPH EISELY. PnorntiTSRs. H. B. JHASSKH, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in'the rear of . B. Mat ter' t Sure. THE" AMEIUU A V is published e very Satur day nt TWO DOLLAKS per annum lo be paid half yearly in idvance. No paper disenntin lied till all a iron races are paid. No subscription received for a less period than tx mo!th. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure altc nlion, must be POST PAID. . i . . - FEITITEF &, CO. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, and SIX SHADES, Ar. 113 Market Street, V li 1 1 a 1 c I p li I ti, NVITE the attention of Merchants, Manufiir lurers, Ac Ac., to, their very extensive, e!o- Runt, new slock, prepared with great csre, and of- itreil at the lowest poasiMe price fur cash. The principle on which this concern is establish ed, is to consult llie mutual interest of their cutn mors and the mselvcs, by nvmufHcturiiig a good ar t'e'e, selling it at th...

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. — 19 April 1845

PITTSDURG IN KUINS. (From the Pittsburg Advocate and Gai., Apr. 11 MOST DREADFUL CALAMITY. ' AWFUL CONFLAGRATION. At 6 o'clock, P. M., Thursday evening, we ait down to our desk with a gad heart, to record the most fearful calamity which ever bifel any r ty the (iize of Pittsburg'. While we now write, mi awful fire is raging, consuming the fairest portion of our city, and no human being can tell where it will stay its ravages. It ha now been burning for six hour a, and confusion reigns su preme, and it cannot be expected we shall give anything liku a particular statement of a calam ity i.i extensive and involving aueh fearful ru in. What general particulars we can give we I i v before our renders. The fire broke out about 12 o'clock, M., to i'iv, in an old trame shed on the east tide of Ferry street, used as we believe, for a smoke house, immediately surrounded on two sidrs with old framo buildings. The weather was 1'xinMiinly dry, and wind high, almost a gale blowing from the west. ...

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. — 19 April 1845

FEARF-t'L DISASTER. Lota or the Steamer Swallow. The usually safe and peaceful navigation of the Hudson has been marked, since the opening of the present season, by an unusual number of se rious accidents; but not for many years have we been startled by an event of such magnitude, and, there is perhaps reason to fear, of such distres sing consequences, as that which we are now called on to record. We give all the informa tion that we have been able to obtain. The swallow, it appears, left Albany on Mon day evening at six o'clock having on board pas sengers in number variously estimated at from 200 to 330. At a little alter eight o'clock, she truck upon the point of the island bptween Hud son and Athens, with such force as to lift the bow entirely out of the water, break the boat in two, and render her a complete wreck. About one hundred of the passengers were brought down by the Rochester, and fifty by the Kxpress, the remainder being landed at -Hudson, many preferring to stay there...

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. — 19 April 1845

SK83V - n JH.MMWP" '.". M I "If'? Mistakes In Family Government. tt is fuxtly easier ti find fault with other pimple's family government, than it is to have h perfect system of your own. Yet this is no i.;wn why we ehotild net speak of their errors, mi I avoid them, and mend our own as we find t'ifin out. This in the way to improve. We have given i:p tcolding. It has neither reason, religion, common sense, or experience to recommend it. While there arc ronton ma ny and mighty to justify its total and immediate nhnlitiun. It sours the tomper of children ; so that one thorough scolding prcpires the way tor two or three more. It sours yourown tem per, provided it was sweet, which is a question ifyou are prone to scold ; and thus the more you will have to cold, because yon have be ccinn croserand your children likewise. Kcolding alienates the hearts ut your chil dren. Depend upon it, they cannot love you as well after you have berated them soundly ss ( tin y did before. You may reprove ...

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. — 26 April 1845

TERMS Or THE AMERICA." H. B. MA88EK, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. Pcm.i-Hr.ns Ann S PmirniKTom. . . .tt.i.vv., tumor. Office in CcnireAUn7in thr. rear of If. B. Man ner's Store. THE A ME iTfC Sr'Tn published every Satur day t TWO LOI,T,AK3 pur annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No jmper discontin ued till all arrearages urn paid. Nosuhscriptions received for a loss period than six smths. All communications or letters on business relating lolhe nlfire, to insure attention, must he POST PA 1 11. 'mmmsmnm' "-.EST FEITIT?. & CO. Manufacturers of UMBRELLAS, PARAMILS, ami SIN SHADES, ,V. 113 Miirht l Strrrt, I li I I n t c 1 p li I n , IPTNYITE the alirntiuii of Merchants, Mnnufur y turrrs, Ac. S'C, to their very extensive, elr nl, new stock, prepared vv it It great rare, and of It red at the lowest possible priers for cash. The principle on which thin concern is establish cd, is Li consult the nio'n..l it.ti test nf tln-ir ru-to-iners and themselves, Ly manufacturing a g.od ar te r, selling...

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. — 26 April 1845

tlrnu ftbotit th Flushing Fire, It has been estimated that 6000 persona were thrown out of house and liorurt. It ia certainly gratifying that tin more lives wcro lost. We have heard r not more than throe soma few persons are missing. Tho book?, paper, money, &c, in the Vault of tlio Hmk of Pittsburg' are aafo. Tlis iron safes of Kramer, and of Sibbclt & JMto, etood the test ofthe fire. AbNn.KiABM, DnlME. This structnre is id regarded at a very serious loss, it being t'omcwhttt dilapidated fromajre. We have fie piently heard it remarked, that it should heve teen torn down, aait was deemed insecure. lirn'RAXcie. The Penn, and Navigation and Cre Insurance Company, we are glad to learn, . ill be able to meet the principal p;irt uf their cbligations. This ia murh better tlmii we ex pected. What per centagc will be paid, we liitv lio idea. ho amount insured in other citie is thought to lie about 40 or 60,000 dollars. 15koinnixo Soom. We observe that some persons have commenced mak...

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. — 26 April 1845

L "J U Jl1. . I JL.X . Worm than Fanaticism, Some weeks ago, lays the Ledger, we copied from the Bangor Whig an account of some dis graceful proceedings at a Millerite meeting, where they washed each other'! feet, got on their hands and knees on tue Hoot, with others astride their backs, and even washed each other's per son. The New York Morning News asserts that some scenes still more gross and disgraceful oc curred in that city on Sunday. Private meetings it is said, are held at respectable dwellings, and scenes of the greatest licentiousness take place. The assemblages are generally of a private na ture, and if any stranger, not known to be one of their number, happens to be present, he is im mediately detected and requested to withdraw. Women of respectability are enticed into these places, and washing each other's feet, and the be' stowment of the "kiss of peace," by designing, insinuating scoundrels, are extensively piactised. r.eginuing with Millcrism, various foul practises ...

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. — 26 April 1845

U ft I u t l as n. Sing with great npplauic, by Mr. Sua nf iV.e Walnut Street Theatre. 'T was down at Major Parson's House The pals they had a quiltin' Ju-t for tu show their handsnma looks And liava a little jiltia' ! Yankee lasses are the U 'mvcraal aiith betwitchin.' They're good and true and handsom tu, in parlor and in kitchen ! 'I here was Deacon Jones' darter 3al, tfijuire Wheeler's darter Mary. An I Gineral Carter's youngest gal That looks just like a fairy. Tbore was a Lucy Whito and Martha Brown And Parsons' darter Betty, Emimo Pinkhorn, Prudence Short. And Major Downing'a Hetty ! Tut if there was a handsome pal, To make a fellow's heart ri'lit, ! piicss it was by all accounts, Miss Carolina Cartwright ! Wall, while we were a whirlin' plate, And plnyin' hunt the slipper, .Terusha Tarson went to git Some cider in a dipper ! Put just as she had left the room And got inter the entry, 5hc give a scream and stood stock still, Just like a frozen sentry ! V nil ran out, and there...

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. — 3 May 1845

TERMS OF TIIE " AMEltlCAX." If. n. MA 88 BR, JOSEPH EISELY. I PUBLISH $ PnnrxiiTim. . A. fl.1SSEHt Editor. Office in Ccntreillcu in the rear of II. It. Mat ter's Store. THE" AMERICA, " is published every Satur day lit TWO liOLLARS per dim mn In be pa ill half yearly in advance. No paper diaconlin ueil till Alt airrarages are paid. No subscription received for a Ipsa period thin is mouths, All rommmiiratinns or Irttera on buein.-a relation to the olfice, to injure attention, muat lie POST PAID. P.EST FEITITEP & CO. Mnmil'itcttircrs of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, and SIS SHADES, A'o. 143 Market Streit, Plillnilclplitn, BNV1TE t h' attention of Mcichants, Mannf.ics Hirers, Ac,, etc., tu tlioir very extensive, de cant, new stock, prepared with great ore, and of tired at the lowest p.tasihle prices fir rash. Tlie principle .mi which this concern is establish nI, ia t consult llie mould inteicst t-f llit ir cu-to-mrrs and i1ieniclv-, .y ni uiuf.irtuiiin a good ir t'CP, selling it si - the lo...

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. — 3 May 1845

cmummmmmmmm. i k 111 Farther BwifrmMtilet A Drsrnt'cmE Eartiw! at thb CtTif of Mexico, ajii Loss of I.ifb. Tiie New Orleans Bee of tli 2Ut ultimo gives more co pious ninffS from I lie Mexican paper brought by the last arrivals. 1'ho papers liter nlly irein with articles upon Texas showing tint the public mind in thnt quarter is deeply ix.ritcd upon the subject, and probably ripe for extreme measures. The Dhrio de Vera CritF. is one of the few moderate prints in the Repub lic, and that journs.1 ob-crves that though sin cerly and ardently desiring peace, it can scarcely see how it is to be preserved. The Bee containa the following postscript, giving the particulars of destructive rnrt i qmke at the city ot Mexico, which wna merely alluded to by former arrival. POSTSCUIPT. Since writing the above, we have heen kind Iv 'urni'lted by a mrrclrint of that city w ith the Yirn Cnntinn of the 1'2'h containing the ac emit uf an awful cR hiojake which desola te! trie city of Mexco on the Ttli u...

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. — 3 May 1845

iloRRin Murder Etc ape or the Mi-idkr. We learn from indubitable authority that Mrs. Holloway, wife or Mr. Ilelloway, of Per on county, (who wag once member of our Legislature) having prevailed on her husband, one day lust week, to tie the hanila of one of their negro women, beat and tortured her to death. It is said that she heated pan handle red hot and ran it down the negro's throat, be sides burning her lips to a crisp. The horrid tale about the burning seems too incredible to be believed, and we mention it on the authori ty of rumor, without vouching for its accuracy. The nepro was privately buried eight feet deep, in an onocure place, and Mr. and Mrs. II. made their escape to parts unknown to their neigh bors, doubi I I'M to Texas. Whether Mr. II. was Accessory to the murder, further than to tie the negro, we are not apprized. Richmond Star, April 21. A New York letter eays : The executor of the late Joseph Bonaparte, Alone MtitxtRD, who arrived here in the Great Western, has ...

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. — 3 May 1845

l mi nan who iwr t uie. I 1,11,1 on appointment one morning" with a Mr. Bonjarnin Hin. who always sipns his let ters 'B. Hind,' (Ae-AW,) and certainly a more appropriate eig-ntture was npver known. I wattd from 12 o'clock, the hour appointed, un til near two, before he came, and I gently hint rd io Mr. B. Hind how much he was behind hia lime. 'My dear air, said he, yon may think it very pt range, but I had the misfortune to be born half tin hour ton late, and though I've been in a bus tle ever since, 1 have never, with all my indus try, been able to bring up lost time.' 'Indeed, how so V 'Why listen and I'll convince you that in my appointment with you, I have only been keep, in? up the part allotted me by fate, even before I was born. "My grandfather hat' two daughter who wpre rtmrried on the same day. He made hia will, an I read it to them. By it he bequeathed the wind of hia property, 20,000, to that daugh ter who was first blessed with a mn, "The momentous hour at length arr'ved...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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