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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 April 1853

'"rfff:" tr-.-.'.- i.,n roi t-. rii r i x j i ti r-.i' v. '.i',', i"'" i'" .-; U kc V. y,i r v H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.1 ; ; ;V ; Sg rt OFFICE, MARKET, STREET,1 OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jTitmUy lspapcr-Dgbotctt to floUtfcg, attgratttrr, ittprata,,irorttfli an SomrsUc .ftctos, scrince m the arts,-sacrfculture, iHsir&tts, 'amusements, c NEW SEK1KS VOL. 6, NO. 3. SUN n UltY, 'NORTH tt.A I n K RTi A N D COUNTY' PA., SATURDAY, APItIL 2. 1853. OLD SERIES VOL. . N'. $8. N IR I; 7) -A ft, . '. 0 M ,',V . --o- . -v.' jjjr 'V :-j : zr. . i - TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMERICA! ti publlnhed every Knturctny m TWO DOI.I.AII9 per niiuuin to be pnid half yearly in dv-anee. No paper discontinued until all arrearage art paid. All communication, or lettcra on Inisiiiesa relating; to the office, to iiiaure attention, muit be POST l'AIU. TO CLUBS. Three cop lea to one atlilrees, t3 00 Beven U Ro 10 00 Fifteen Do Do SO 00 Five dollara In mlvmiee will pay for tlitee year'a lub criptio...

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

From tli N. American and V. ft. Gaaette. I H rENXMYLTANIA RAILROAD STATE TAX AND TONNAGE NO. . Tht wonderful increase in thi facilitiea fur transportation that the In it four yea es have witnessed, - is tigs lo the tiiemphs of machinery over animal power, Canal ha been In use for, age", J railroad arejnven liona of comparatively recent origin. So long animal power wag l ha motor, canals m tinlnined a gr a' iu, e iel y ; when locom i live. were .nirodticeJ on railroad, iho con dition ol things, was al .unce reversed, .and 'recent experience abundantly testifies Ihni fitst-clnss double track railroad such as lead to Boston. New Vork .and Baltimore, can carry freights at but lit tle more than half the eJtpoue par Ion of an Improvement suoh as the Pennsylvania Cu nal. " That atich are the fads will be apparent to 'any one who examine the subject J.and it is mazing that intelligent legislator w ill rc' their opinions Upon the bare nseit on of those who are interested in maintaining th3 p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 April 1853

AK Ml'ltDER. 'flje. The case 6fAr. cled of the murder of in brought lo the noilce edly on Sa urlay, by :l for the prisoner, who new dial, nd jn arrest -uppoTt of the motion he teasonm ai irregular, and the em , jury irregular and contrary a Clmiles McQuillan, who ,-in the case, hud never been ed and returned asench, but jo nnme of Barnard Corr, and ,Avorn aiid emp.muelh d as a unknown lo the prisoner or his fi aftei lb verdict. i verdict cannot oo sustained, be. .ntsnl Corr, w ho was supposed to be je jury, did not act as such and unite erdict. Joran stated that ho had received an nous letter, informing him of the facts ned and tho reasons, and he believed A would bo ablo to sustain them by .nee. lie thought the discovery of these tff fatal tri tho prosecution, and euti llirprisoner to u new trial. Wqeii, jhe District Attorney, asked tho Jta-fiK Monday, (this morning) lor an Jiation of the ease. The Court com. land further action was then suspended. Je allegations are that Corr, bei...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 April 1853

i S-a SUNBURN AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL: THE PUZZLER'S COfimEU.; ' I . , , , , Auswsr to l wtt Knim Stepten Di1i. For the Bunbury Arosruaa. , GEOGllaPHICAl. BHIOMA. ;- i . TO 10UNO aTfDENTf IS OKOOAPHT. . mm . , f ' J am tompottd of 14 Jel(ri. . , . Mr I II H 4 10 U Ink III Scotland. M 9 7 4 Is s river in Prussia. , - Mr 3 4 14 0,l"' Mr 4 14 f la a eoa in Asia. ' , . Mr5l " a riv,T ln 9o"lh An,,lc- My 4 1 14 isacnuiity bi Nw W- Mr T 14 10 4 19 10 Is one of the Principal cities In th J. . , World, i rilSllllki wgeteMe. 1 I hike in Austria. Mr 10 7 7 ia a cotmty in Kentucky. . Mr 11 14 lee lake in Irlano. My 1i 13 3 ! tirer in Central Europe. Mr 1 H t l numeral. Mr 14 II I ' tow '" reuisylvama. Mr whole now sgitatcs the American Congress. .. Answer next week. April., 1853. , J. HERE IS YOUR REMEDY t Holloway's Ointment. A MOST M1RACULOVS CtRR OF BAD LEGS, AFTER 43YF.AR9' BIIFFRR1NO. Extract ef a Letttr from Mr. IVm. Cat pin, of I .. 70, St. .Mary'i Strut, Weymouth, ' dattd May I5(...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 April 1853

... . '.-)f t-'. (17. V. :)!!,; ; ' ' ANBURY AMERICAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PllOPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El jr-Tintl" Jicvuspapcr-Dcbotcn to JNmt.cs, aftcinture, morhlftff, jforcfflu nnU Domestic ileitis, Stfcnce ano the arts, aarrruiturr, wtruets, amusements, $ct SUNnURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. 'PA.. SATURDAY. AuML 9. I Slat. M4W SKKIKS VOL. , NO. a 1)1.1) SKItlKS VOL. 1 8. NO. 30. .IV TERMS OF THE. AMERICAN. A?.E.,AMKn,CA Pl'i""' every fciturrlny m '"u DOLLARS per annum to lie pnid lmlf yearly in J,y"ce' Pper li.ciiiiliiiucd until am. arrearage, nrt All enrnrnunicalinnt or tellers on business rclnting to tnt office, to in.ure .(trillion, mint In TOST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three eopie. to one addreu, MS 00 2,?yen i' Do moo Ftrw , 1' 1 so oo ive dollar, in advance will pay for lliiee yeai'a aut cnptioH to the American. On Scmrne of IS line., 3 times, r.vety autiBciinent iiiflertion, One Square, 3 miinllie, ffci montlia, One year, lluaiiieis Corda of Fiv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 April 1853

PENNSYLVANIA LtOULATt RE. April 1, I8S3. Pknt. The tcsolulioni lo refer Ihe question of a prohibitory liquor law lo a vole or the people, came op in order. On the question of taking tip the resold lions, ihe jrena and naya were railed, and wen as follows t Yea. Messrs. Barnes, Cnroihers, Ciabb, Darsie, torsylh, Hamilton, Byron D. Ham lin, Ephraim W. Hamlin, Huge, M'Murtrie, Quiggle, Robertson, Panderson, Skinner Car son, Speaker. 15. ' - , Naya. Messrs. Bail y, Duckaleu-, Darling' on, Friuk, Fry, Goodwin, llalilumnn, Hen . dricks, Kinzer, Myers, .M'Cusliu, M'Fatiand O'Neill, 13. ' So the qnestjon was determined in the nf- nrmatire. Mr. .Quiggle took the floor and addressed -Ihe Senate in favor of the resolutions. He argued the constitutional question involved , at some length, confining his remarks en tirely to this noint. Ho said, when these resolutions were under consideration in com , mllfee of the whole on last Tuesday, the Senator from Columbia (Mi. Buckalew ) de nominated them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 April 1853

StjNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKTn JOURNAL. So reign Kcujs. ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA. LATEIl FROM EttlOPE. AUSTRIA. Vienna, March 14th, 1853. General Hay. tiau'a death (already announced) was quite Unexpected. After hit Italian journey he appeared in excellent health. On Saturday he joined the other general officers at the ilellaria, and attracted the particular notice Of hi Majesty, who addressed him on pass ing with "Mo salutation, General," (Grnsse Sie, Herr General.) Yesterday he was at the Mercantile Union, as usual. At mid night he returned to Munch1 Hotel, where he was lodging, and toon retired to test. At half past ono he summoned his valet, and directed him to fetch him a. glass of wa ter, as he felt unwell. When the man re turned he found his master gasping for breath ; in short, in the agonies of death. Medical assistance wat immediately called in, and an attempt to take blood fiom the General's arm wat made, but in vain ; Gen. Ilaynau had ceased tn be. ITALY. The Opiuione, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 April 1853

I THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. v 'Auawr o laM week Knim MoHo Doctbikb. , For the Banbury American. oronrtArincAi. eihigma. TO TOUNQ STUDENTS IN GEOUR Aril Y. lam tompostd of 20 Ulttrt. My t 19 18 11 10 ii ii town it Durum Arret. My 9 IH 1 S9 in 0 inn c iiinly In New York. My 3 9 10 SB 1' it n rlinnnel in Ihr Atlnulie deem. My 4 II) 1 1 ia a atrnit in the S.nith rnciticOceun. . My a 14 10 19 ia a river in Itnssin. My 0 10 at iaa Inks in Miu'caota. My 1 19 11 10 t is a county in New York. My 8 9 10 20 12 iaa aen i'l liml My 9 1(1 13 4 1 ia nu latnml in the Cnriubcau Pan. My 10 13 1 IS isacmwtv in liuliana. My 11 111 7 ii a I .like in sWlaisl. My 14 2 10 ia a rttv in Cliinn. My 13 11 17 18 MIS so ia a town in Holland. My 14 19 IS ill 6 iaa lake in Sweden. My 1 S3 S5 ian cape in Africa. My 10 1 3 10 111 iaa town in I'.fvpt. My 17 S3 10 80 ia a mountain in a Southern Slate. My 18 10 S 19 ia a river in Aain. My 10 8 11 V0 ia a fruit in Tuikey My SO 10 S 1 10 ia a river in the I'nitrd Stntea. My ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1853

return is i can;- AMER 1 1 , h.,b. masser, editqii and proprietor. " OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THErPOST OFFICE. T7jFmnj? irtofipipei:-Dc)otrt to jjouutg, aftcrnturt, .ftiornlfta, jforcffln ana Domestic .funis. Science ani the girts, glflrfculturr, .rwnrttcts, amusements, tx NEW SEKIKS VOL. O, NO. 4. I SUNllUUY, NOItnltJ.MBEULANn COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10. I853. OLD SERIES VOL. mm ft i V JJL ' - " SW 13. no. ao. 1 ""a TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. 'THE AMKMCAN In published vy Sotoroay ! TWO DOL.LAH9 per aiumm to be paid half yearly n ailvitnce. No paper Uilvuiltiiiued until ALUarrtaragos r pattl. ' . , v- All communications or letters on "!!n 10 kt office, to insure attention, mmt be TOST fAIU. rJ . .TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, " 52 Seven 1) Do 10 00 Fifteen Do 0 0U ' Five elollara in adVanea "will par for tliree vent's aub eription t4 the American. tine Sainte of 14 line, 3 time, Kvery-subsequeiit insertion, One Square, 3 months, . , . . Six mtithi, One year, - , ' H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1853

arrutia inr-ncATm in tub mviideb OK RINK. On Saturday,. development were made which iSem to fasteo the guilt of the Rink murder upon Aothnr Spring, Senior. An umbrella wa. found In ihe " .,ho 'a,a Nr. Rink, and latterly the preemption he. arisen, that .. .he day :pon h " ..nation took place was on. of the .torn, est of Ih. p.l winter, it might have been left "here by the murderer. Mr. W.mam Byrne lh. officer Ofth. Court, to whom youn Prn made the fir.t disclosure with regard io the Federal .treet tragedy, ha. forborne lime been uner the impression that Spring was al.o the perpetrator of the Rink murder. .. . :.....;, with Mr. Kalian, in US nau an """" - f whose employ Spring . at the lime of, the Rink mufder, but he wa unaWc to say with any certainly where Spring wai on that day, but inclined to the belief that he was at work in hit cellar. Mr. Byrn, not atisfied with this, induced the brother of Mr. Rink to call upon Mr. Ragan wilh the umbrella found In the .lore, and the remit h.....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1853

fox cign Kcuj0. . . ARRIVAL OF THE E Ull OP A- Tht Turkish Qvestioii Settled. LATER FROM EUROPE. Th Cunard steamer Europa, Capl. Loll fom Liverpool, March 26ih, arrived at New Fork, oh Saturday. TURKEY. ! Via Pari, it is ttaled that the difficulty etween Russia and Turkey hai been adjun (d. - Despatches, received by the Turkish linister at Puti., and aubaequently by the J Imister at London, aay that Prince Mend phikorT made some modification in the retentions which he at first announced, and tat the Sultan accepted the modified propo tiont. tn France, it was considered that the hole aflair had terminated, and the danger ' a rupture had subsided. The demand cf Russia were : lit, the tpuTaion of all political relugces ; 3d, the -elector are of Russia over all Christians of io Greek Church in Turkey ; 3d, free pas ge for the Russian fleet through the Dar inelles ; 4ih, cession to Russia of the port Battura ; 5ib, several concessions to the (lowers of the Greek Church, especially i'h re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1853

THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Answer to last wsekt Enigma Scsbcbt, Noatntm- BULAtlD CotlSTT, IA. For th Sunhtiry American. MISCFXLAREOL'B KXIVMA. - - lam tompoud of 29 Utter. My 1 9 tl it uMd by an army. My " 1 in garden mentil. My 3 IS IS ii what a peraon often rloe. My 4 S an 7 U a very cunning animal. My S 7 3 in a numeral. My 8 IS 91 ia a vestel in common nn, My 7 t 8 la a product of the Torrent My 9 3 10 hns liahteired the hcaitaof mnnyvount men. My 10 S T in a new relative. My 19 3 3 13 it a wMrtome lievereee. My 13 3 7 10 3 it much needed by nitiiiv. My 14 3 SI IS 10 i what permit leb.it for. My 1.1 0 81 it what the American Army nevel did. My 18 IS 10 10 are nntivea of Europe. My ir 5 18 it a ver.fl My 211 IS illiM celebrated Authoress. My SI 3 13 8 it where birdt renr their Tinier. My whole it an nnrmrdonahle tin in the ) ct of certain tricky politicians and office Kckert. Answer next week. April 18, 1853. ftfl. Poetry. KATT DARLING. A POPULAR BALLAD. Obi they tell me thou art dead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1853

UNBURY ERICAN in pg?. . , - - H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. !-na"f' nWirTrn? ATAT)T;-PT CTDVl'T OPPHQITTf. TTTli. POST OFFIlyh,. M N15 S15UI KS VOL. G, NO. 3. TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. -THE AMERICAN la published evrry Munl.y n TWO UUI.I.AUH ..... n.'.,m ... k. ..f hlf v.nrlv i (Wanes. No paper discontinued until all arrcarug.s are pan). All nommitnications or letters on businrss relating to the office, to insure ntlemioji, must be POST l'All). TO CLUB9. f ht copies io one address, 3 00 n Urn Do . 10 00 tirteen Do l)o do no Five dillars In arivanea will wyf"r three year's sub scription to the American. One Rnume nf 16 lmes, 9 limn, Kveiv ulieqni.-nl insertion, One Square, 3 months, Six months, ne year, llusiness Curdi of Five linee, per annnm, Merchants and others, advertising by the year, with the privilege of inserting different advertisement weekly. If larger Advertisements, as per agreement. 100 iS 3on 600 HIO 300 1000 E. B. iASSEH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, eiTKBU&Y, PA. B uahics...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1853

. compa- .AMTA A" hiot. Santa Anna' arrived at Vera Cru on the 1st insl., ami ,w reoet ived willi great olumnily. . On the follor.ln5 day (" 2J) Gon Anna published a manifesto lo the nation, or which we anbjnin a Iranalaiion : BRNSRAL ANTONIO LOPKZ t ANTA ANNA To lit COMPATRIOTS Mexirans-On placing my foot on the .bores of my country, I saline Ihcm with the liveliest emotion. My heart has palpitated with tenderness from the lime when my eyes commenced lo discover around our coasts tho lofty mountains which indicate the proximity of n land in whuh everything is dear to my hcait, in which everything brings lo me ihe dearest reminiscences. You have called me, believing me iisclul to save you from the state of anarchy and auperslilion into w hich you have fallen, and I have not delayed in responding to your summons. You already have mo on your soil, resolved (o employ all my energies in an object of such essential impotlance. Hut if I have been quick lo coma at your call, it is from rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1853

U'ilULJU!. "HK SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SH AMOKIN. JOURNAL. ...J. mi.Ji i ' ARRIVAL OF THE .PACIFIC. LATEI FROM EUROPE. The steamship Pacific reached her berth ' taboul 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, in h run of eleven clayt and five hours from Liv- erpool, wiYch port she loft at 10 o'clock ot the morning of the 9th. ENGLAND. The Great Britain steamship arrived in th Mersey on the afternoon of tho 2d, from Australia, with jfS50,000 in gold dust, on freight, besides large sums in tho hands of passengers. The steamer Vulcan and ship New Or ' leans, fiem Australia, have also arrived with X J 40,000 in gold dust. The shock of an earthquako was felt at Portsmouth, on the 1st, which was also noli- ced along the west coast of France. FRANCE. The difficulties of Switzerland and Peiil mont, with Austria and Russia still threaten to cause trouble, and the part taken by France in the question is now attributed to the refusal of the Pope to visit Pari, fur it is now said he has given a pnsslive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. TEE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Eaa.Ttm. The Mmeki Enigma mi composnl of tl lattars, not Amvrnt to last wsekl Enigma Tire Coustt Pt t ScRtrTicM. For Ilia Snnlinrr American. ' SIBIPTUBAL ENIGMA. Iam composed of 18 lelttn Mr 1 4 9 17 waa eMe'of lha Beiiiamites. Mr S 10 10 win Prophet. Mr 3,1 ', 14 wn rn"'t tviant " Home. Mr 4 I was tins cliiel'cilv ol' the Moabilra. Mr was a kin to the fnmily of Jacob. Mr 6 S 17 I mil K inr of lira I. My 7 is a alinilar reprwntntinn of the Cnss. My It 4 I was ilakenf.Mount Scir. Mr ' was Prophet and Preacher. My 10 17 3 tni one nt" the twelve trilwe af Israel. Mr 1 1 S 14 V4 win a Jniljre of Isreal. My 19 t 10 created front aatimi.limiiit in Pharoah'semirt. My 13 0 4 I W,,B Prophet ami Preaehet. My 14 3 was one of the oklrst ritira in the w rkl. My 15 II 10 was given to Christ as a murk. My 16 14 19 la a city often mentioned In tie liookanf Joahna ami Jurlpca. My 17 14 4 IS ' a llrhrew month Mr In I wnstliedwilliinr place ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1853

7 AMI RIO AN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. EW SERIES VOL. 6, NO. . TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. WORDoMEa'SA: ,f rWW.M every Snturday n( dranc. Jtf w p?r a"""m to be paid half yenrlv in nance. No miner discontinued n ... aid. , ; ........,,...-. iWT'"'niio1''' cr, ll!l"!r l'in" rrlntinf to , v..i.,in) muni ue rus?j l'Aiu TO CLUBS. in one address, $3 00 lUMI 2(1 UU it. Snunie of 10 lines, 3 time,, very BtiUeqiient insertion, it. 8qunro, 8 months, x moniliB, tie yenr, taiiiess Conla of Five tinea, per annum, erchanta and others, ndvcrtiaimr hy the year, with tlte privilege of. inaerting 100 43 3IIII 5IIO ton 30(1 IT" iMfei Advertisements, ni per ngreeitient. tl. & A T TOKNGY AT SUNIJUnV, PA, LAW, Dimness attended to in the Counties of Nor. umucilantl, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer tot " T. & A. Kovoudt, " Lower Darron, Koiner & 8uodgras, Vhilad. l!ry nolds, McFarland & Co., Spring, (jood fc Co., H. J. W0LVERT0N, AT LAV. OFFICE in Market street, Sunlmry, adjoining...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1853

STTNMJRY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. LATER'iROM TEXAS. 1 Galveston papers o Ihe 15th, and Indian ola to iha 12i intt., have the following if Mr. E. Dixjn, wild was severely wounded by the explrUlofi of- Iho -steamer Farmer, died in Galveston onjlhe Hlh, The Commissioners have .commenced re ceiving subscriptions for stock in Iho Texas ..mid Red Hiver Telegraph line. On Ihe 14th, 3nnn ...... .. i - j.fuu1LuunhY,,w.,T 'JUT ' The come 'nhiia of bh PtiAiMt' riV i.c?W- SW-Sk iuuAwitiu, v. 4idim tU llib ins!. A proposition has been stnrled in Austin r' for Ihe formniion of n joint slock company to tan line ef tfourjidiso Manila' tndihuohJ, nnd therecoiinetjvit.jhpN.ijw .rOiloaiis slenmurs A portion of the side of n large chip, sny of BOO or 800 lono, has drifted imhmo on lhf bench, nbotil 18 miles from Galveston, and another smaller piece came nehore about ' eight miles from there. The Indinnola Bulletin has the follow iny : Gold in Texas Wonderful Discoveries. A new Eldorado is now be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1853

CALIFORNIA NEWS. .( ) LATER ritOM CALIFORNIA. ARRIVAL OF THE UNITED STATES. New Orleans, April 23. The steamship United States ttriej here thii morning, with dales from Asnjnwall to the 18th. ami from California to the 11, being two week later than the prev otis ad rices. The United Stutea has over oim hundred tVftaaamrTnr tliminl. 1.... I!..l ..1 .... e I e jii.iv ,un. v.t ireight. . The United State bring the sail intelli gence of the wreck of the teamship InJe pendeneo on her way to San Francico. By this sad disaster about one hundred and thirty live were lost, comprising a large portion of Iho passenger and crew. A I- t . . c. . i. .. r iiiuuiiy mem was oir. a ocnoiieiii. w renn sylrania, together with a large number of New Yorker. The remainder of the passengers and crew were rescued and carried into San Francisco. The new from California, though very Interesting, possesses no striking feature of importance; Business at the mines was improving, and the miners were in excellent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1853

THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Answer to last week Jobdasj. JSiiignia -Hos. Al.H.tet 1 f F6r Ike Sosbsrv Ann-ruin. tMISCFLLANEOia KKtlnMi.' lam composed of 28 letters . , My 1 4 S hat nttuniaherl anil enlightened the world. My II 0 41 13 IS ii a t , H Mntsacliii.tttt. , ' F n y 3 ft 11 II n what every reraotl ntifftit ttr be. 1 " My 4 w o si ; a i. , biuk in ,h, u,,r. , My 9 7 13 o iawh.it the rimr have to d l ot the rich can avoid it. My t 0 19 19 DO la what many woiften re guilty cf My 7 9 17 ia a township in Pennrylvniiia.' My 8 18 95 an IN ia a Ccnnty in Inili.ini, i!y ? V '"v9 Americans whnt they art. J ' ' 18 14 its pnrt of every Rouse. . i !n !? I4 17 wis an ancient Jew of holy writ. i i;3 haakept ai-cri-ts and disci sl wnliitcri. y 13 9 14 4 11 ia what we nil have been ami uy U . "(toil.. My 14 97 4 20 U part of n aMp. My 15 91 5 if) :j n mai.r.t name. My 16 14 to II T Mi s town in Alliums. Jjy 17 18 18 6 it an inltrnmant tiled fur raU'limg fish. My 18 10 IS 18 hi a plant. My 10 in 5...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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