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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 December 1852

NBURT SRICAN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICJS, Sl jFamflg iiciuspnprv DcAiotci to JjoKtfcs, ftftctnturt, IHoraUtij, jFortfon anH Somrstfc iittos, Sconce airt the arts, ftfjrfculturr, marfefis, amusements, Vc NEW SERIES VOL. tf, NO.. 30. SUMJUI1Y, 0-rilU.MUKRLANl) COUNTY, VA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19. I $32. Ol.l) SKttIKH VOL. 13. NO. 13. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMK.niCAN ii pulilinlirct every Saturday 01 TWO PUIXAKS per annum lo be puiil Imlf yearly in advance. Nu paper discontinued until all arrearages ure All communlrationa or letters on bvunnrss rrluting to he office, lo insure attention, muni be roST TAIL). TO CLUBS. Three copies to flue address, 95 00 rve 1 Do 10 W) F uteeu Jjh po an 00 Five dollars in advance will pay for lUree yeat'a aub scripiion to the American. (mtBouRie of 10 lines, 3 timei, flOO F.very subsequent insertion, 23 One Square, 3 months, 300 lux months, fitHI (ine yetir, 800 Hiisinesa Cunls of Five lines, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 December 1852

FURTHER AND lTERETIU DETAILS OF TUB OALff ORKIA NEWS. The following detail of lha Culifornia newt arc interesting : Tmb Finn aT'Sacramknto City. A cor resppndonl of lha New York Ttibune fur nishes the particulars of the fire in Sacra mento Cily. Ik broke out on ihe night of the election, on J 1200 houses, the letter ays, have been consumed. . , -While the fire was raging, four or five mon chartered a steamboat n.td proceeded to San Francisco, w ith a view of pmcliasiiij? nncl monopolising nil the lumber theic, ami Jl the provisions their money and credit would enable them to secure. They wme landed in a small boat from inn sisamrr North Beach, and sho remained a few mile out in the Bay, refusing to land any other passengers for several hours, until those had time to accomplish their pmposc. The steamer then came to her wharf, and the news of tho fire became public. Lumber went lift in their hands, lo four hundred dollars a thousandmore than three hundred percent advance. Flour advan...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 December 1852

r It always gives ns pleasure to notice nny aHiifla, thai confers a renl benefit on the Qmmunity, and it is with confidence we heartily commend Ajei's Cherry Pectoral to our readers, as possessing extraordinary virtues for the cure of disease incident to the Throat and Lungs. This may account fer our frequent reference to this article hich we feel fully justified in making known to the public N. Y. Tribune. O VW wpuid .call your attention to the advertisement of Swaim's l'nnncea, for the Cure of Scrofula in ano'.hcr column. p POISONING. Thousands of parenla w.!ip use Vcrmifnga Composed of Caster oil, Calomel, &c. ore not aware, that while they npnenr to benefit the patient, they are actually laying the founda tions for a series of ilcsenscs, such as snliva tjon, loss of sight, weakness of limbs, &e. In another culurna will be found tho ftdver tjsement of Hobensai'k's Medicines, 10 which jo afkta atlcotion orall directly interested in their c n as well as their Children's hea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 December 1852

I SUN UUjtY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. TETE-A-TETE OF THE HIIK MAIDS- Becky, P I ho u'',, B,v,,'nP O'er Ihe lieMn M.lienee ln:ow i 'g, Gulden, purs and aieady ; Oh! itt beama illumo my "pini ! , (That' our cow bell I tlou'i jou hear it T) Tea, ur Sally, look ami listen ? Now (ha dew beRina tn jjltalen . Hark ! Iha tii"ht-lird sonne! ! What a balmy breeze i blowing ! (Hund thi briudle cow ! she' B"iny ! Run I I'll hold j our bonnet ) B.-cky, does the twiliaht hour, Bv its bland and soothing power, 'With aweet musings 3" ' Trace hane round liku nitinile--Si, now, Sukey ! come, bo pen; It-! Slop that kicking, will jou?) Eanh with mtisio is o'erflowiiip, (Tlierr, the hungiy calves are lowing! How these tins do rattle!) But I fain would wander, Sally, To mime green and oniol valley, Minus horned calilc. Becky, life' fleeting hour ! Joy bring grief, and cream will sour. Vet 'tis vain complaining. Mortals now get milk and honev, Only by hard work and money ! (Set the pans (ot atrain.ti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 December 1852

n iq v AM EE CAN II. B. MASSER. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 1 T.WJ 1 jmuUij ilttospapcr-Dftoouir to i!olWcs, Jidcvaiuvc, jaoviilltj?, jrorttflit nirt Domrstfe ileitis, Scfcncc an ttnarts, aarfcultuvc, raarbcts, Amusements, ,'iict SUMUJIIY, NOIM'iUIMIJKUl.ANn COUNTY. PA., P'.ATi'I.DAY, DECEMBER Q.T, I " NEW SHKIKS VOI- G, NO. 40. OLD RKH1F.S VOL. (3. NO. I TEP.I1IS 0 XSE AMERICAN. Tllll AW'CAX is publinlieil every Saturday nt TVO UOf lAKfl pr milium to ho i;ml linll curly in adviii"- No paper discontinued until all mTuuruguii uro pmM. All c'immunirntions nr Ir'trr on l.nnn-ss feinting t-i the office, to insure attrnlioii, must bo I'OT I'AiD. TO CLLJSS. Three copies t one aiMrcsn, .'00 Five dollars in ndvnncn will pay fr t1,rt' '' Bul' eripWun to the American. On 8nume of 16 Imip. 3 times, Uvt'iy Biilmerincnt inerliii, One 5(pmrc, :) months, Six mi tilths, On ywir, ituninesi Cunle of Five line, per onitnin, MerclmnUi mill other, mkerliMitj...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 December 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THE VICE PRESIDENCV. The Philadelphia News remarks that llie announcement of (ha terious indispotitiuti of Mr. King, the Vice Piesident elect, ha given rise to the inquiry as to (he effect of hit death. The provisions of the Constitu tion In relation to the subject are as fol lows "The electors shall meet in their respec. live Stales, and vote by ballot fur President and Vice President ; one of whom, at least, Shall not be an inhabitant of tho saint) Stale with themselves. They shall name in the ballots the person voted for as President and, in distinct ballots, the person voted for as Vice President J ana Ihey shall muke distinct lists of all persons voted for as Vice President, and of the number of votes for each 'vhieh list Ihey shall sign ami certify, and transmit sealed lo the seat of govern ment of the United Slates, direr-led lo the President of the Senate The President of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Sen ate and House of Rep...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 December 1852

ID" POISONING. Thousands of parents who use Vermifuge composed of Caster oil, Calomel, &c, are not aware, that while they appear to benefit the patient, they are actually laying the founda tions for a series of deseases, such as saliva tion, toss of sight, weakness of limbs, Sic. In another column will be found the adver tisement of Hobensnck's Medicines, to which we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own as well as their Children's health. In Liver Complaints and all disorders arising trom those ot a bilious type, should mi" use of the only genuine medicine, Hoen sack's Liver Pills. ID" "Be not deceived," but fr Hoben sack's Worm Syrup and Li-' '" ad ob serve that each has tb sisrnnture of the Proprietor, J. N. H0BENSACK, us none else are genuine. MAnniE , In this plaee on the lOlh inst., by the Rev. A. J. Ross, Mr. Nicholas Cantjskr, to Miss Ann Ludwio, both of Selinsgrove. In Chilisqnaque, on Tuesday last, by the Key John Sline, Mr. Lentous Stout, of Mil to...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 December 1852

siJiNimjiy:AMi::iucAN p o c t r n . (1'tnm the lis tiinoie. Weekly Sun J How I Learned to Dance. Being a Familiar Epistlt to my Cousin Tom. BY CEO. II. THROOV. Well, Tom, l'e lately learned to dance, And you would like lo hear, perchance, Of it all But herp, before il bo too lute, It was by chance, just let me s'nle, A: a lull. Thnt night 1 sat, ns yon must know, With some six walljloteers, in a row, Ami nnr r lint Was merely idle queries, whether We might expect a change of weather And all that. But, while the time was coyly bent By "many-twinkling," Houri feet, I force! Just how it happened Mister Blako Invited me, Tom, just to make - Up l lie set ! Well, I, of course, tlenr Tom, refused ; And how you would have been amused. When tho Goth Asked help of two tall, stnhvart men Seized on one sliuulder, first, and then Upon both ! And heedless of my boyish blinhiiis,' The threo prevented me from ruhiii To the door ; And placed me opposite Mis Mariner, The lass selected lor my partner,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 January 1853

UNBURY ERICA H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. mm-' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. fX jFamUu iittospapcr Drtootctt to Jjolttfcs, iiutriuurr, toraUts, jfovttfln ant Domestic iUtis, science nnH the Slits, giorfruiturr, iHarhcts, amusements', Trc ULUJIIIJMHH HHCTW NEW SEMES VOL. S, NO. 41. SUMiUKY, NOItrilUMRERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY I, IS.". Oi l) SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 1 AM " TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN in piil.liihwt erary BatordaT ft TWO Dut.LAItS per nmuii to l paid half yearly In advance. No paper (liacoiitiuucd until all arrearug.a re All coimnuniciitioiit or leltera on bii.inrM "'""'J 10 the office, tu m.ure altfiition, mum lis TOST 1 A1U. TO CIXB9- Three copiei to one addreai, ?.?!5 H.-ven 1) Do Fifteen D.. Do , UV Five rlnllnre in advance will pay for three year's sub cription to the American. One Souare of 10 lines, 3 timet, 1 1 00 Every aulieeqnent insertion, One Square, 3 montlia, -hM Six month., 8,10 One yenr, W liu.inen Card, of Five ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 January 1853

LETTER ttlOM JOHJI TLCKKIl Mq. riULAbEUiu, Nov. 27, 1852. Christopher Fallon, Esq, President of the Sunbury and Erie R 11. Co. Dear Sir .1 have your nolo of this mom. lug, reminding me of my promise to give you the views which have occurred to mo with reference to the prospects of tho Sun bury and Erio Railroad Co. 1 regret that 1 have not the time to work out the project as fully as it would otherwise afford ma to do. Tho impoitunce of the work may he brought before the public in two distinct ns peels; one with a view to demonstrate it value to the trade and commerce of Phila delphia, and the great enhancement in the real estate in the City and County, and along the line of tho road, which 1 believe, would exceed materially, iho whole cost of the work; and tho other, regarding it merely as an investment for capitalists. Either in my judgment, is sufliciont to justify tho imme diate construction of the road, and when combined they seem to be perfectly resist less, and such as to ind...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 January 1853

SUNBOUY AMK1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ID" POISONING. Thousands of parents who use Vermifuge composed of Caster oil, Calomel, &o., are not ware, (hat while they appear to benefit the patient, they nro actually laying the founda tion! for a aeries of deaPHgeo, such as saliva tion, loss of sight, weakness of limbs, Sic. In another column will be found the adver tisement of Ilnbensack's Medicines, to which we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own as well as their Children's health. In Liver Complaints and all disorders arising from those of a bilious type, should make uta of the only genuine medicine, Hoben sack's Liver Pills. t7" "Be tiof deceived," but ask for Hoben sack's Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob serve that each has the signature of the Proprietor, J. N. UOBENSACK, ns none else are genuine. M A It It 1 E I), On the 19ih ult., by ihe llev. U. A. Fish fr, Mr. Ci.otwobtiiy'Fishkr, to MIssSabina Stambach, both of Shamokin On the 21st ult., by the samp, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 January 1853

.- . - . A STRING OF IT ISMS. Ercnr madman btlieret all other men mad. Tub cost of Girard College was $1,933, 821 Tmb beginning nf knowledge ia the fear of God. Th poultry in the United StalM is Talued at ft 1 2,000,000. Tm Clay Monument, now erect in? in Pottville, will be finished by the 4th of next July. The time from Buffalo to Philiulflphia. via Cleveland ia 32 hours. Faro S 15. Tiifri; are a great number of bad bills in circulation just now. Look sharp. Abd-pI Kader voted for Louis Napolunn. Gratitude ! The Chcanut Street Theatre, Philadel phia, was sold, on the tSih insl., cash, for 585,000 A freo person of color cannot purchase) a class of liquor, in North Carolina. Tliu law forbids it. Strawberriks, grown in th opm nir, were picked at Wilmington, Delaware, last week. Chang, one of the Siamese twins, it is said, favored Pierre at the lulu elect inn while Eng was for Hale. A wife who knows how to make shirts, may render herself very eeiviceabls to her husband. The fat Ox that...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 January 1853

ERIC AN If. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. TTTT""T!T'mirr! in in iiim ! nniiw 1 ! mnrmiTniinTn tmi anlJlcluS1)Cl'Dci,otcl, t0 m(cs at tcraturc, ifttoraina, jyotcffln anOomcsuc dittos, j&cfcuce am the aits, ao7cculur"Sariu t7, mu&tincntsTc NEW SEKircs VOL. o, NO. 4. SUMiUUY, XORTIIUMllBlUiANI) COUNTY. rA., SATURDAY, JANUARY S. IS.73. OLD SKR1KS A OL. 13, NO. C B KY SEPSIS AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKRICAM it piiUishril every Saturday nl TWO DOM.AIIP pirr annum lo be puid liult "yearly in advance. No pniier discontinued, until all urrearagtis ore paid. All eommnnictttioiis or tellers on bnsine.s rctntint; to the office, lu insure attention, inusl be POST I'AID. TO CLUB9. Three copiei to one address, 300 f'i-ven l- Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do aooo Five dnllnrs in advance, will pay for three yeai's sub scription to Hie American. One Sounre of 10 lines, 3 timet, Every subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 months, Six months, One y...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 January 1853

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. GOVEMTOR'S ME88AQE. Wt give below the most Important parti of Governor Biglcr's Mersage entire, with short abstract of those parte of minor Im. portance. The Message generally speak nR good one and gives a flattering ac count of the prosperous condition of the Keystone State. The Governer refers to the Sunbury and Erie rail road in terms highly commendatary of that important enterprise, and does not overrate it great benefit to Philadelphia and the state gener ally. The Message commences by congratula ting the people for our prosperity ami many blessings alludes to the recent Presidential election and the peaceful submission ol the minority in such cases. The Governor then refers to the death of Clay and Webster and alludes to their dis tinguished abilities and services to the coun try. In regard to the Treasury he says : The receipts to. the Treasury during the fiscal year, exclusive of the ptoceeds of loans, amounted to the gross sum of St. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 January 1853

Agricultural Society. The Annual Meeting of the Norlhumber nd County Agricultural Society for theeleo n of officer! was held at the Court House, Sunbury, on Monday, January 3, 1853. Vico President Jamea Cameron in the tair. Minutes of last meeting read by the Sec tary. Mr. Taggart stated that he had been re ested by the retiring President, (Mr. J. R. rieslley) to say for him that nothing but the ost urgent business engagements would re kept him from the meeting. In reli ig he desired to tender his thanks again to e Society, for the honor conferred upon him f his election (an honor which Mr. T. beg. ed leave to consider rtciprocal,) and loas re the members, that it should have here ter as heretofore his influence, hisenerget i cooperation aid best wishes. The Chair appointed David Taggart, Jesse . Ilorton, John Porter, Elida John, Reuben r. Zarlman, John Painter and Ihvid B. onlgomery a Committee to report officers. Afler a short consultation they reported the i list of officers with...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 January 1853

v., SUNBURY. AME1UQAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL A STRING OF IT.KMS. In circulation counterfeit S20 nolcs on the Hank of 8outh Carolina. A good hand can make three hundred and fifty cigar a day. 813,000,000 expended on r. it roadu in Georgia. Sojourning in Jacksonville, Fla. Ex-Gov. Marcy and hit invalid son. Wicki.liffe died on the 31st of December 1384. It is a proof of mediocrity of iuicllucl to be addicted to story telling. Thb life of a Christian is his walk. Chi ld is his way, and heaven his home. ConsresiMS insufferably Rtnpid. All lnlk and no work. A Pomological State Convention is to be held at Ilarrisburg, on the 18ih ol January. The pork packing business in Louisville will close next week. There is said to be first rate sleighing in Bristol and Walcott, Conn. During the last two years, the Legislature of Alabama has granted about forty di vorces. Eir.HT first class steamboats are now building at Pittsburgh, at a cost of 850,000 each. In a country newspaper appears 1 ha fol. lo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 January 1853

mm i HfSi TT OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND P110P1UETOR SI jramtly tfictospapn'-Dctooua to Dolttfcs, aftcrntttvr, HoraHti, jf oittflujitU Domcstfc dittos, sctntcg antt the girts, arrrfcultuvc, warlu ts, amusements, &c SUNMTRY, NOIlTIIUMnERLANl) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 1.1, OLD SERIES VOL. 13, NO. 17. NEW SERIKS A OL. S, NO. 43. AMER TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. i SELECT POETRY. THE AMERICAN li pautinhmi ev.ry Saturday at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid hulf yearly in uvance. No paper discontinued until ail arrearage, are paid. All communication, or letter, on bumnrM relating 10 th office, to insure attention, mu.t be POST 1 Aio. TO CLUBS. TKtee eopie. to one addren, J ven D Bo Filteen Do Do , , WW Five dollar. In advance will pay for three yeai'i sub scription to die American. One Satiate of 18 line., 3 timet, Kvcrv .ulwequeiit inaertion, One Square, 3 month., Six month., One year, Vu.ineia Card, of Five linea, per annum, Merchant, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 January 1853

.foreign News. ARRIVAL OP THE AMERICA. OftE WEEK LATER FROM EinOPE, ENGLAND. The formal resignation of the Bniitish Ministry, hat taken place, and Lord Aber deen has been selected the new Premier, with the entire concurrence of Lords Lans downe( Russell and Palmerston. The new Cabinet was unknown, but it was rumored that Lord John Russell would take chaige of (he foreign department, and Lord Palmerston be Installed in the Home Office. The proceedings in Parliament were solely confined to the position of the ministry. On the 20. Lord Deiby made a lengthened aiatement of causes leading to the defeat he had sustained. Disraeli inalo a similar latement in the lowet House. Both Houses adjourned over till Thursday, and on Friday ro-adjourned till the 27lh when it was anticipated the new ministry would bu announced. By Telegraph from London. The late news from London is in regard to the new Cabinet. The London Snn ".ives the following names as all thai were known up to the hour of going to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 January 1853

, . - SUNBUUY AMEldCAN AND SHAMQKIN JOURNAL. FENKA. LEGISLATURE SESSION 153. SENATE. 1 Philadelphia City William A. Crabb, O'Neill 2. Philadelphia County Thomas H. For ylh, S. O. Hamilton, Wm. Goodwin. 3. Montgomery Benjamin Frick. 4. Cheiter and Delaware Htnry S, Evans. 5. Berks Wm. M. Heister 8 Buck Edward K. Saeger 7. Lancaster and Lebanon. E. C. Dar iineton, E. Kinur. 8. Northumberland and Dauphin. oAn C. A'unW. 9. Northampton and Lehigh William Fry 10 Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne . W. Hamlin. It. Adama and Franklin Thomas Car ton. 12. York Jacob S Hiildeman. 13. Cumberland and Perry-Joseph Bai ley. 14. Centre, Lycoming, Sullivan and Clin ton James W. Quiggle. 15. Blair, Cambria and Huntingdon R. A. McMurtrie. 16. Luzerne, Montour and Columbia C. K. Buckalew. 17. Bradford, Susquehanna and Wyoming Geo. Sanderson. 18. Tioga, Poller, M'Kean, Elk, Clearfield and JoiTurson Byron D. llamlin. 19. Mercer, Venango and Warren John lge. 20. F.rie and Crawford James Stiniicr. : 21. Butler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 January 1853

A STRING OF ITEMS. Dreams are novel read in sleep. Do not marry until you ore able to support a wife. Nothi.no bear a stronger resemblnnce.io a madman than a drunkard. There is in (he heart of woman etich a deep well of love that no ago cun freeze it. Fine tooth combs are now made of tndin rubber. Thefts of statuary have recently oeeurcd in Greenwood cernetry ! The Atlantio is nearly four mils depp off Cape llatleras, say the U. Is. Const Surveyers. Thb talue of land in the centre of the city of London is 400,000 per acee. Girls are liko jollies as moulded, so they turn out. Between life and death there is frequent ly but the thinness of a shoe. Tub first law of gravity is never to laugh at your own jokes. Foolishness Trying to drown giief in whiskey. Among the officers of the Biitish Army is .Liuut. Gen. Arnold, IC. 11 , K. C. Poor Stock Sleigh bells, buffalo robes, and skates. Christ Church in Anthony strret, near Broauway, New loik has been sold for S50, 000. Dr. S. Humes, of Lan...

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