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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 October 1853

NBURY A MERK 1 1 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft jramUy iiciuspner-DcVjotca to Doiwrs, nnrraturc, JHorauty, jyovtlan ana Domestic iictos, Science an the arts, siorCculturr, iWarftets, amusements, Vc NEW SERIES, VOL. 6, NO. 32. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER ?9, 1853. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. C, TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUP. AMERICAN It published every Saturday it TWO DUI.LAKS per nimm lo be pnid half yea-ly in advance. No paier discontinued until all arrmrab'a are paid. All communication, or letter, on Imi'mess relating to the office, to imure attention, must be POUT PAID. TO CLUBS. Tl.ru copies to one .duress, 5 00 Seven 1 Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do SOW Kire dollars in advance will pay for three real's sub scription to the American. Ono Snunrc of 16 linet, 3 time, livery iutequent insertion, On Square. 3 inontlii, Six monthi, One year, Itiitinesi Cnrdi of Five lines, per annum, Merchant mid other, mtverti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 October 1853

THB HUTORY OF ArtCTIC EXrLOItATIOHH Th successor Commander McCLfmc ol lh British ny, in demonstrating the pro blem of an arotlo ocean, and performing the voyage from Behring'i Strait to Bafliu'a Bay, has le-awalcrned attention to tho previous Exploration of the hyperborean travelers. iluch expenditure of time, money and lifa; has been wasted in this search, which will iiever he of ahypr'auUcal advantage to man, kind. - The history of aictio explorations fhowg that amont; the first adventuiers in this . .field of research were two Portuguese broth er, named Curterea, who, in the eaily put of the sixteenth century, sailed toward the Pole and were heard of no more. An Eng lishman, Sir Hudh WiLtorcHnr, some fifty year Uler, nought to find China beyond the coast of Labia, lor, but both he and his crew left their bodies on the frozen plains, where they were found by iho Esquimaux Indians. Humphrey Gilbert, at a subsequent period, went down off the coast of Newfoundland, in making a simila...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 October 1853

SUNBUIiY AME1UUAN AND SHAMORliN JOU1WAL. New Advertisements. Platform Scales, Long Inown Severely tfteit--Alwayt right Tit Adiwulid- ged stanaara. fc.ilrnnd. Hav. Coiil, nd Far- 'mt' SCALES, set in ny part 'MP of th country, at short nolico. AGENTS. GEO. W. COLBY, 240 Market lit, Philadelphia, E. Y. Bright, .Sunbury. October SO, 1853. 3m LOOK HERE!! THE subscriber respectfully informs hi friends and the public, Hint he has just received in addition to his tock of Harness and Sadlcry, a supply of TRUNKS, VALISES, SPANISH SADDLES, BUFFABLO ROBES And Horse Blankets, all of which lie will dispose of on the most rea amiably terms at his establishment in Sunbury. GEORGE W. STROII. Sunbury Oct. S3, 1853. 4t, List of Jurors, OF Norihiimberlnnd County, fur Novem bar Teim, A. D, 1853. " 5 ra ud Jurors. Sun bur v. John V. Mariin, Wm. Murtin. Northumberland. Wm Foisyih. Milton. John Klnpp, Solomon Eshbach Delaware. Ueiij. Ruth, Jacob Searce, Jonas Fox. Ciiimsquaqur. Tunis Fisher. Point. Charles...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 October 1853

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A STRING OF ITEMS Come b,ck,My.thNeOrlean.Pica. yun of lh 9ih Itisl. John P Creih, forrnely of r.rry co , P.. has been elected Judg8 in California. The receipt at the Crystal Palace last week amounted to 27,93 50. Cmfhick i (liMoWenl of India Rubber, without the aelion of heat. Coal i selling in Cincinnati, at 30 cents per bnr-hel. The whole properly of Kenton College and seminary, Ohio, amounts to more than $200, 000. Mrs. Bloomer leotured in Detroit on Thurs day evening last. Thc yellow fever Mill continues to rage in parts of Mississippi and Louisiana. If you doubt w hether ynn shnuld kiss a (till give her the benefit of the doubt, and ' take the trick." Dr. Ick, a meteorologist, has decided that there is no connection between the moon and the weal her. The Colored Convention recently nl Chica go, adopted resolutions hostile to Coloniza tion in all its forms. The Emperor of Russia has offered Rachel 8120,000 for one years performances in his...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 November 1853

MR II. 13. IMASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE OST OFFICE. EV SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 33. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. nil? AMHRICAX In piililialml every ftilnrdny nl AO DOI.l.AltSt per annum In lie punUinll yeiirlv ill .-mice. No paper Uisuiuitiiiucd until all urrtainjfc' ure ill. Ml emnniuaicntii'lis or letters on business relating t' i u.licc, to inture attention, inu't l POST 1'AIU. to ci.ri. im. oopiet to nne aitilres, ,v, 1). IV ........ ii,. ii.i S.TIO Hi III' SO 11(1 'ivij dollars in advance will y for Dure ye:n's uli ipilun tu Uie American. Stiitmo of 10 line., 3 times, erv sulrtninent insertion, e fctjllrirc, a lll'illtl)., t month, re yir, siiies. Ouuli of rive lines, P" itn:inm, Helmut, ninl others, iidverlisin by tlie .car, with the privilege 'f ni'erlulg :tr.... a...tt,...ni.i,tii weelilv. 1 I "I if.HI in aim 1000 V l.r(tei Advertisements, ns prr ogrRCimoel. A TTOUNEY AT I. A V , ECJIBURTr, pa. ISiisincssntteiidcd In ill the Counties of Nor ambcrl....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 November 1853

STJNmJHY "AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. 'JTor ciqn N cws. ARRIVAL OF THE A liJCl" f l C . Later from Einopt. Jltply of Ihe Russian General to the 7W- Jthk Summons. ' ' fUtiKKl l iilt the I'rliiclptilHIfH. Mtr-PHRStlOM FOR HOSTILITIES 2A.TTLE IN CIRCASSIA. Drfcat of the Cirta1tM. Nr.w York, Oct. 30 The steamship Arctic, arrived this afternoon, nf 4 o'clock, with Live'poul dales lo i!ih ff'th inst. She brings -220 passengers, umo'njr whom nro Signer Maatascuili), Neapolitan Minister in lh Uni ted Sutes, Hon. V. P. Ii.itiiurt, Jndyti Dou glass, Mesjts, Loufiy n ml Xiuri Efjeudi, Commissoiienl fiorn K-'ypl to iIm Crystal I'.ilace Exhibition. TIE EASTERN QUESTION. Loxrrbx, Ool. 19 The Times sny ilini the Turkifh Manifesto, is one nf the strongest stud mosl unans'veiablo state papers that has ver bean issued during the present century. The Lomlon I'ost says thai, morally, Rus sia it already defeated, and that she will be 8i materially. Hostilities on the Danube and the shores of the Casp...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 November 1853

New Advertisements. EXECUTORS SALE. ITTILL be exposed to pul.Iic sale on Monday and Tuesday, ilia 7tli and 8th day of No embcr hex, at the lata residence of Henry Mas r, Esq., dee'd., in Sunburv, tho personal ef ecls of laid deceased, consisting in part of a lot STORE GOODS, VIZ: Cloths, Cassinelts, Cassimers, Vesting!, Shoea, Hale, Cipa, Mualina, Calicoea, Cotton Yarn, Buttons, Combe, School Books, Writing paper. a lot of sa dlery. Paints, Rpices, Tobacco. A Lot of Queeusware. Nails, Brans .-enlcs. A LOT OF SUPERIOR LIQirOKS, VIZ: Brandy, Gin and Wine. Coal Stoves, Coooking Stoves, Barrels, a Fan- nng Mill, Plows, I Sulkey, 1 Giif, 1 Cart, wo norse WRgons, 2 one horse wagons, ono iorse, a lot of Tinners Tools Tubs, and a va iety of other articles. Tcrma and conditiona will be made known on Ut! day of sale by II. B. MASSER, JOHN MASSER, P. B. MASSER, xecutors. F. BUCHER. J Sunbury. Oct. 29, 1S.VJ. ""TAK IT O T I C E . All persona indebted to the estate of Henry dasscr, dec' J., are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 November 1853

SUNBUilV AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL P o c t v u . TAKING ADVICE. SY FHKBK CARtY. She pave a wotd of Rood advice, She Impoil lo profit by ; i Anil t pliuuliln'l wonder i( thought 1 came uwny lo cry. She thinkx t slaiu.1 in fear of he i t teally think i don't ; . She's sure my .will will ielJ to lici's- I'm pretty sure it wont. I know my dear old maiden mint U prudent, jsood, and wi.p Hut, Harry, don't you think with me Shu' rather too precise 1 Slip said I rrniM not Ml in lovi; "Piopriely forbid!" And I tuld her I (honld never (.ove you better thnn i did. She raid you must not fondle me She did not think yon would 1 told her I'd be op in arm? Against yon if joo should. Shfl anid yon must not kiss rue The first lime, should you lr : And t told her that yon nlniiildu I Gut I did not tell her win . She said that (nitor never yet Had even piesseil her hand ; 1 did not think the reaoti Very haul lo under.-l.nnl. And as fof manyiiip, i-he knew She'd die before she'd wed - And i told her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 November 1853

NBURY ERIC AT 6 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PHOPMETOR. OFFICII, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 51 jrsmdtf sitfospaptv Deuotcn to Jjolftfcs, fiftciaturr, jWorautij, jfortfait nntr Domestic ilctos, Science nxto the Girts, aortculture, -fttarftets, flmttftcments, Ht . SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1853. NEW SERIES, VOL. 6, NO. 84. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. 8, AM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN I. pnbli.heci every Salurdsy i TWO DOI.I.AUS per uiniutn to be paid bulf yearly in dvance. No piper discontinued until all arrearage, ar. All eoinmunication. or letter. On '""'""V "J!" to he oifiee, to insure attention, must be FOS f 1 AlU. TO CLUBS. "Itree copiet to one address, fn nn even r 1 Do 'iftecn Do Do WOO Five dollar, in advance will pay fot three yeat a uu rriptiun to the American. n. Bimnre of 1(1 line., 3 time., .very .ubaeiiueiit insertion, ne Square, 3 moiithl, lx month., tie year, mines Card, of Five line., per annum, lorehant. and other., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 November 1853

,,R INTERVIEW WITH TIIK J P A1EE. An officer f the Japanese expedition end homo a long account of the vio'f to ihe harbor of Jeddo. The first interview in Ihe cabl" of American vessel with thr Japan ee auihoritj is minutely described : Afier being g.iej r moment, Mr. Manila Han aros--, ma,tt a salaam a Japanese, and hen extending hia hand, we shook hand ; lien seated Outselve., lining Mr. Postman an Interpreter, a the Japanese interpreter pok Dutch nnently. I thus opened r 'Tell the Lieutenant Governor Tor such was the mandarin) that I am the aid of our chier, the Admiral, and am instructed to "peak for him. We have come here on a friendly mission, with friendly intention, to deliver a letter from the President of the United State to your sovereign, tha Ernpn ror of Japan ; that the letter is ready Tor de livery by nine o'clock to morrow, to any mandarin sufficiently hi-jh to receive it." To this was replied: "h mutt be refeired In higher poer to know who can receive the etter." 1 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 November 1853

LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. Arrival of lh Daniel tFtbsttr. tS,330,O00 in Oold on the way. Destructive Fire at Sonorn. Arrival of Mitchell in California. Nw York, Nov. 6. The stPfimship Den ial Vebslr, of the Nicaragua line, arrived here to day, with California dates, totne 18:h ultimo. She bring 200 passenger, who have made lha trip from San Francisco te this part in t0 days. The Webster brings (50,000 in gold. The Sierra Nevada sailed from San Fran cisco on the 16th, with SI, 200,000 in gold, end the Golden Gatp, which sailed the same lay, was laden with $1,130,000 in gold. The Uncle Sam also sailed on the ih fur Panama. John Mitchell, the liish patriot, whose escape from the penal colony at Van Die man's Land, has ntready bpen reported, ar lived at San Francisco on the 12lh ult. A deslinctive tire had occurred at Sonora, destroying about one-third of that city, and involving a loss of one million and a half. The news from the mines show thai the digging are prosperous. THE TIRKIM1 QLIS...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 November 1853

4W L J Li. MiEls'! SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. FKAHftL A(tllliT OH THE PANAMA RAILROAD. A Panama correspondent of llm Naw Yoik Poit give an account of frightful accident which occurred oh Ilia Panama Railroad. When wilhin one mile of Barbaeoaee, at (ha ttain was panaing around a sharp curve, bullock got upon the track, and although the train waa going very alovvly, the animal wai discovered too late lo (top it motion. -The tender was thrown of the hack just as the locomotive had passod ntmrly over a bridge acroM one of those frightful ravines which abound along the Clnigrea liver. The tender in its demount displaced some uf the timbers on which the bridge and hack le-tt'il, letiinjj the whole superstiucturo, locomotive) thiee baijuaga and two passuugtfr care into the abyss below. The train consisted of one car with the mails, two with luggage, and nine passenger cars, besides the locomotive, containing over COO peisons. It wan quite dark when the accident occurred ; and ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 November 1853

RICAN ; ; ' IL B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 01 Jfnmlly ilrtosp.tpcr Drtjotca to Jjolftfrs, attcrntuif, iHotaiuijfortlflit anU Domestic iirtus, Science ano the Slvts, aavfculturr, ittnrttets, amusements, rc SUNBURY, NORTH L'MBKRLAND COUNTY, PA , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1853. NEW SEMES, VOL. 6, NO. 35. AME 'MB EY k 1 5 -m m TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMKRICAX Is publiiheil every Snturtlir at rAVu OOI.I.AHS per annum lo be pmd half yenrly in iilvanc. No p.pet discontinued until Alt arrearngt rt f"i efmmnnicntioiu or letter! on tra.iness relating to .he office, l imure attention, mu.t be POST 1 AID. TO CUBS. fjr-e cwitt to "lie address, 'J'0, "-.'.,, 1... lo , , Fir- dollnrs In ndvsne will y ft three yent't Mb cripiion to the American. Ono Sniimc of 1(1 lines, 3 liinei, I'.veiv siihseiinent insertion, One Square, 3 months, JSil mouths, One. venr, llitsiiies. Cards of Five lines, per aninim, Merchant, anil others, advertising by I lie...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 November 1853

iksir fodder, when kept warm and wallah! tared from north wind and pitiless liufm. 1 tried to convince him that his cattle proper. Jy protected would look much belter in lha spring, on two thirds lha food, lio mid, ha had nsrer thought of that, tt had occurred to him, it he kept them In the Meld, and did not leant Ike bin dawn, they would be warm enough, tt had occurred 10 him, that com fortable stalling spoiled their nppetites. And so it dM : tilt ihis is something to be desired, noi ftvnided, when liny is worlli (an il then was) $1.1 a ton, and corn stalks in proportion ft has always been mi id by wise mm, ihnl What is worth keeping nt all, in woilh keep ing well, and Ihis sensible dnclritio upplies w ith creat force to ull the products of A i 1 i - ciil:iire, nniiri:il Riid vegetable. My eslcciiie.1 friend Kck, has some fowls over there, he would be very clear of soiling (or 12i cents a pioce, or even 25 cent, although they cost him but litllo mote in lite rearing thai, ordi nary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 November 1853

Jor cig'tt Nctus. ARRIVAL OF THE 13 A LTC. LATER FROM EUROPE. U Turki have trossed tk$ Danubt without opposition. An armistice reported. Money looking up. Cotton and Breadsluffs unal tcred. THE EASTERN QUESTION. The first note of war,, that fell so omnious- on the ears of Europe, has been as rapidly changed for a note of peace. The three ys, since last advices, brought reports from i Danube, announcing successively an en zement and an armistice the commenue- nt of hostilities, and the conclusion of ce. We are without detailed particulars either of these occurrences, but the Lor. i press bolieve that the pacific intelli- ice will be found the more substantial, I that the movements in the direction of ice, have been more important than in the action of war. Thete are those, notwithstanding, who see his unlooked-for armistice, an instance of isiu's skill, in obtaining what she most at sent wants delay. The information on which these hopes and rises are based, is as meagre and unsal Cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 November 1853

THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. , Ror the Sunbair Atnerrea j OKOGIlArillCAL E.MCMA., k I am composed of f8 Istttrt. J J l Itfiin 41 town in Mi Ksstsnt States. ? ' 7 . ,n i.,,hann M, 411 is ! '" VnHrt . ... 1 7 in M II U nil island m the AtlseMf. A- , ,: Mt Kin i is " "-"iir-'I - ' ' ' ill ?,NniVTrtrSWJ.U r: :' t Mi lBl7 19T"--"",,,!r,'A,r,M' ? , , - Mr 14 16.1 'y,n ?"',",', . ; My l to 1 1 1 i " e"'Vli,,, - - " vv i ("e-'! 'B1" tn N-An'OT ; Mr IS 1 1 If ' ' c.wilty ' Mississippi. Mr 1 IH 4 13 Is enmity 1" Pennsylvania. Mr 11 ' 'uv ,''"rr.'!- - .,.i...il mv w 1 1 ''' " "m,,y 111 P'"""- Mv 1 I 4 7 7 ' " Minty tn G"rK. My 81 It 8 10 as I'J tnian trii in I'.urope Si v s f"y i'i,c,!' Mv H 4 i 8 1 town In I'ennn. Wilil- nf .; talAlf l, .nu, I. intrrcet. Answer sell iwi. M.ul.uiy, Nov. 10, IB"3. .t A STRING OF ITEMS. Tiolecsor Hunry Si. (Jeorpe TuckiT, or i!i University, is iil'"ut to iiitili"li a H.Mi.iy uf tho United Suti-n. As ticre in Iowa jioKlml two linmlinl ami j ninety bnsliela rhnnock varie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 November 1853

1 RICAI IT T rr2 MID 11 ft 1 JL- II. B. MASSER, EDITOll AND PHOPPJETOIl. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 ifninfiy iiciuspnpcr-Dcliotclf to jjo'mfrs, icuraturr, fin anTnomwMe SirtM, scfcnte n the arts, arjrtcultuvc, Jtmucts, Amusements, c NEW SERIES, ArOL. G, NO. SO. UNBUIIY,' N 0 It T II U M BE It LAND COUNTY, TA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1853. .r,00 inno 811 01) TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMERICAN la pnWi.lieil every Siiturilny nt TWO DOl.l.AKS per rninnrn to he pniil hull" yearly n dvnnce. No paper discontinued until All arrearages "' PAi pnmmunicatlom or letter, on limine.. r,"" 10 Ilie ofheo, to insure attention, inniit Ins POST 1 All. TO CLUBS. Tlire. copici to one ndtlrcss, Boveii l' Jo H Till Five dollars in advance win pay ir m (cription to Hie American. Cine Snunro of t(l lines, 3 tiinei, ' Kverv sutisequent insertion, J, One Square, 3 month., 5,,,, Six month., f,,tn H,'iiKMrCnr.l of Five linen, per annum, 3IK) Mcrrhr.nt.nnd other., ndverti.ina by he yenr, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 November 1853

Frnm ttic Lnnitvills Coinl.r. "K AKrn ?lTHicTi:AMi:iiDnr.iKJi. A Man and a Woman Killed, and ihrtt Persons Badly Weunded.-K day or two inca we copied from a Memphis paper a tatemenl to the effect that iliorn hud burn n ufTray on Ike Dresden, near Helena, Ark. in which iwo were killod and Ihreo othets wounded. An esteemed friend, who was a passenger on the Dresden at the time of the oci-iineneo of ihc iiffaii, nrrived here Satur day afternoon on the Pike, and furnished us full particulars of it. It appears that about one hundred Irish men, w ho had bee n employed to work on Ihe levee in Arkansas, were deck passenger on the Diesden. An old la ly from Ken-tu.-kv, with her two children, who were nlso deck passengers, was greatly imposed on by somo of ihese Irishmen. Her children weie utilised, and the piovisions she had provided herself wiih were taken niu! stolen. On ono occasion, when one of her childien was struck by on Irishman, a Mi. James Sullivan, of Maysville, in ihis Winter, a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 November 1853

TOtMO AMERICA. Mr. Charles Edwards Lester ha had tho tnisfortune lo Iread on tha toes of T. Devin Keilly, Esq., in the oolums of ihe New York answers him in a letter to the editorof that sheet which concludes with the following paragraph, Reilly is a them gsnuine brick. "Von and your squibs, and your New York quabbles, may go to Jericho, with your con garnul Loudon Times cot respondent. 1 go for Capl. Ingraham 1 go fur Cuba, for the "hull of Mexico," for as far down South as we can get with tha heal, and us far North as it will not freeze a hot-blooded Yankee. I believe in our Common Father in Heaven, and in our common Uncle on tha earth, and that is my religion. If Sum wants a hnciemlo in Brazil, and a pagoda in India' and a bathing bo.v, with real black fin oysters, and Irish girls to rub down Ihe dear old soul's cheeks, at any spot of Irish soil, from Coinmeraralo Poldooda 1 1 jht, and a snobby enlingo by the Uhine, and seraglio in Turkey, all at ihe same lime, I no in for every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 November 1853

MJiNliUJlY AMKJUCAJN AIND S11AMOK1N JOUKINAL THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. t Alw Til lT tnu fcmeau. The llmlroiirl to the Paeilrc Ocean. For llie runlnirv American. MIS(:H.IAlIKOI KMIlNA. am composed of 20 letters. My I II llM j ins nninn of a male. My t 17 10 II " """ '""'"of a I.'" y. My 3 H 5 is nil silvern. My 4 8 5 it nnrl Hie liiimnn Isnly. Mr fl IW H " I I II "1 1 '" i ciiy in Soulli Ainciica. My HI 3 IB 17 HI "" tinilor. My Jul II i" 'i aniiiinl. My J II ! is a color. My 9 14 K " ,n' ' fl-Hea. My III 0 S Id 4 ? Die name m a mule. My II is vowel. Mr I S I 1 1 ta river In Africa. Mv 1.1 d 4 5 i a river in Africa. My 110 1.1 II ia the nsineol" n Ictnalc. Fy l" 7 18 t is uscil l.jc thrillers My IB 3 I" U I' 11 i" "r "fill" '; My I 12 3 "I I" '3 is city I" lairoic. My 1 in 3 ll title "I " ''- My 111 7 H 13 10 iaan ia'aml in llio lltillic rn. My SO 8 II 3in amiill hint. My whole wosnn American nfliror ill Ihc Mexican nr. A war Vf(k. Smihury, Nov. , 18S3. J. I.e. A STRING OF 1TKMS. A bail ...

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