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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 May 1846

TERMS OP TIIK " AMERICA'." IT. H. MASSER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. ? Ptrt.iiinitits and 1 PHOPKUTORS, tt. ji. wImsseh, editor. Office in CcntriMryintherlarof If. B. Mat ter's Store. THE AMERICAN" is published every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be nid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a leas period thnn ai months. All communication or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. ALEXANDER L. IIICKEY. TRUNK KAKER, Xo. 150 Chestnut Street, PniX.ADEX.FHX A. TTTHERE all kinds of leather trunk, valises and rarpet-haR, nf every style and pattern are manufactured, in tlie best manner and from the best 'materials, and sold at the lowest rate, Philadelphia, July 13th. 1815. ly. TERMSBDUCED. DAGVERRIAN GALLERY nfPate.nl Premi um Colored likenesses, and. Photographic Drpnl f No. 13G Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. Nr. 251 Broadwav, New York ; No. 75 Court Street, Boston ; No. 13G Chosnut...

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. — 30 May 1846

LATER AND IMPORTANT NEWS FltO.M THtt HEAT OF MAR. March of General Taylor from Point hnlni Inward hi Cump opposite Matamora itiiitlv icilh the Mexicans Vncxpcc.led Ar rival of Commodore Connor at Unison San tiaga. - The New Orleans paper of the 15th contain accounts brought by the arrival of the IT. S. schr. Vlirt, which left Brazos Santiago on the Mh. Gen. Taylor set out from Point Isabel, on his return to the e ntrcnched ramp, opposite Mata moras, on the 7th instant, at 4 o'clock, P. M., with about two thousand men, escorting a large supply of provisions. The Flirt left port at the same hour, and du ring the evening, a brisk ranonade was hoard, seemingly at a distance of about eight or nine miles from Point Isabel, which continued until she was too far on her way to hrar more. In the course of the night, the Flirt fell in with Commodore Conner' squadron, consisting of the Cumberland, (flag ship,) Raritan, Potomac, John Adams and Sorrier. These vessels were then on their way to Bra...

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. — 30 May 1846

militia captured General Com and ttcven hurt Jrril Mexican soldiers. In 1836, at Alamo, ISO held out 13 days a gainst Santa Anna and 8,000 men, fichtinir at last until every Texan fell dead, killing 001 of the enemy; 4P0 at Culletta beat olTlOOO under Gen. Urea.but next day were treachcronsly de ceived into a surrender, 700, of their own spon taneous will, killed or captured 1500 Mexicans, t San Jacinto, taking prisoner the President of Mexico, General Santa Anna; and twenty un der Deaf Smith routed 120 Mexicans the same year. In 1830, one hundred and four boat 1000 Mex icans at Saltillo and retreated into Texas with the loss of only four men. In 1812, only 201 of them repulsed Gen. Wolland 1300 troops at Arrnya Salndo; 201 drove 2.500 Mexicans in 'to Mcir, fought nineteen hours, killed 700 of 'the enemy, but at last where deceived into a surrender and horribly butchered or enslaved. In 1913, two hundred unarmed Texan prison ers at Salado attacked four hundred armed Mexican guards, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 May 1846

MM' - at 1 The Poor and the filch, TV JAMES RCSSKt. LOWKM,, The rich man's son inherits lands. And piles of brick, and stone and gold, And he inherits soft white hands, And tender flesh that fears the col J, Nor Hares to wear a garment old ; A heritage, it seems to me, One would not care to hold in fee. The rich man's son inherits cares, The bank may break, the factory burn, Some breath may burst his bubble share, And soft, white handi would scarcely earn A living that would suit his turn ; A herituge, it seems to me, One would not care to hold in fee. What does the poor man's son inherit ? Stout Muscles and a sinewy heart, A hardy frame, a hardier spirit? King of two hands, he does his part In every useful toil and art ; A heritage, it seems to me, A king might wish to hold in fee. What does the poor man's son inherit ? A patience learned by being poor, Courage, if sorrow come, to bear it; A fellow feeling that is sure To make the outcast bless his door ; A heritage, it seems to me...

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. — 6 June 1846

I., ..I... II , I I .J II I II Ml I Ml. Ti:im or tiikj amiiricax." If. 11. MAssi:i, ircltir. Ann iosuvn i:isi:i.y. rH,rn,rrn. ir. ti. .n.issvit, rumor. Office in Centre ,ittt, in thcrrarvf 11. li. Mas wtV Mnrr. THE" AMRRKUN" is published every Satur t1uy nt TWO 1)01.1. A KM per niinnm to be paid half ye arly in advance. io paper discontin ued till am. arrearages nro jniil. l'o subscriptions received for n less pprind than si musthh. All communications or letters on busim-aa rclatim to the ollice, to insure attention, must l.o TOST PAID. .Li:XAM)i:i! I.. JI1CKKV. TRUW 11 KIASSS, Xo. I..0 Utrsiuit Sim I, niir.A'osLPniA. "TriTKRTl nil kinds nf leather trunk', vrdisrs nml rarpct-hajs, nf every stylo and pattern nro Inantif ictmrd, in thr bfst manner and frjia (lie best rnaieiiuls, and sold st tlir .u pt rite. Philadelphia. July nth. 1 1.1. ly. 7). I GVlinniA y a A 1.1. Ell Y nf 1'a'm! Premi um Cnhirtil lilimmr. nnd Photographic IYo. inC Cliesnut Street, l'hilaticlphia. IS'o. 551 Tirnadr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 June 1846

I From th N. V. Tribune ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP O II R A T - ORITAINi Fir days Litter from Rnrnpe. Vriiii Sot ice in England Slight Improve' mmt in Cotton Sew Hallways C tint Dielrctt in Ireland. The Steamship Great Krit.m, Capt. Itosken, arrived at this port yesterday morning in twenty !.!) from Liverpool, whence she sailed on the "th. She brines ill our full London files to the Mh t list, inclusive. Cotton is a shade higher in Liverpool, with fair prospects. In other American Produce, lit tle change. Renewed hopes of the speedy ter mination of the Corn Law uncertainty gives a lather better feeling to ilia holders of Bonded Grain. The Times calls attention to the fact that Par liament at one session lias authorized the con struction of Railways estimated to cost XGO.OOO, 00 or near $300,000,000, of which at least two thirds are morally certain to be constructed. THE ORF.GON NOTICK. The tidings of the passage of the Oregon No tice by the IT. S. Senate reached London by an Express f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 June 1846

z Great Flood In the Allegheny DtsTRt'CTios op Property and Loes or Xifb. The Pittsburg morning Post of Thurs day eaya Owing to the lute heavy raina above, there wag a rise in the Allegheny rim yester day afternoon of between five and eix feet. The deatruction ol property is said to have been -experienced on this river. A large number of rafts broke loose from their moorings, and were ewept away. The amount of Ion sustained is not known. During the afternoon great number of persons were engaged in catching drift, and three lads, thus employed, were downed above the upper bridge. The Pittsburg Gazette gives the following particulars : This rise, it has been ascertained is out of the Kiskiminitas, and was caused by a sudden and tremendous fall of rain in the neighbor Jiood of Johnstown, perhaps a fair apecimen of a water-spout Leech's Packet came on it, nd while running eight miles on a level, the Kiskiminitas rose tour feet. The only )nes was the line boat Transient, Captain Shields,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 June 1846

t- ClIl.lP'I'MHHI From the Illinois State Gazette. lOVK ix A rmstTi.VG OFFICK. I mice heard an old Jour, remark, flint a pr-r.1 inp office was noplace for love-ma kin;?, mill I have since experienced tho truth i!' his observation -bctnr now perfectly convinced Hint, the flower of love con never bloom in the inidbt of typea, stands, and printing ink. It wiih my furluno once to sojourn tor it few idys in the village of . Directly oppo site the ofliee was a pretty white rottnoe, with ii rose hush clambering- n round the casement, audi wna not long in making the discovery tint the riforsaid white cottage with the rose haded window, contained a fair ininntc a (low. t'r wIiofo beauty fur cutMione the roses that flustered around the window. Whe was n little tine eyed Kaney looking creature of some si.t I, en immuiorB. Hire was the belle of the vil l.i jo.' Her name was Mary sweet poetic Mary. '1 have a poi;lic passion for the name of Mary.' It wan n hrautilul summer morning, end I Imd rais...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 June 1846

I TERMS OF THE, "AMERICA." It. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. Pcsusaaaa asi. i POP.,tTO... H. B. JHJISSKH. EdtUr. Office in Centre Alley, intherearof It. B. Mai' ser's Store.) " ' THE AMERICAN" In published every 8a tar da at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be yaid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Att arrearages are paid. ' Ho subscriptions received for a leea period than Ufa: mortis. All communications or -letters on buaineaa relating to the office, to insure attention, tout bfi POST PAID. ALEXANDER I IIICKEY. TIIUNK MAKER, , No. 150 Che-nut Street, WH"ErVE sll Hinds of leather trunk, valises and carpet bags, of every style and pattern are Manufactured, in the betf manner and from the best materials, and anld at In. lowest rate. Philadelphia, July 19th. 185. ly. TERMS REDUCED. DAGVERRHN GALLERY of Patent I'tfmi- um Colored llkenemen, and Photographic 'Depot f No. 130 Chcsnut Street, Philadelphia. No". 251 Broadway,' New York No. 75 Court Street, Dotrt No. 136 Cheen.it Stree...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 June 1846

from tbe jt o. Tropic, 30th uH. ixponM4Tiow or thr oaptorb or MATAMOHAS. , V. Sj. qdr Ordered I Pensaeota Pre ! rr mm atiacK Kfn vara win Steamer Galveston, Capt. Wright, has just ar rived, having left Point Isabel on Wednesday, the 27th ult., the newt brought by her it con firmatory of th capture ol Matamorat ! Mexi 'rant were encamped about SO miles up the riv er ; both the Americana and Mexicans were waiting for reinforcements, when another battle wat expected the Mexicans left a large amove of ammunition in Matamoras, which is a valua ble acquisition to General Taylor's supplies the Mexicans, however, previously destroyed large quantities by rilling up the wells in the city, and throwing shot into the river. Gen. Taylor, like true American officer, gave orders to his army not to take tha slightest arti vle without paying or its actual value. The cit izens of Matamoras were, permitted to go on with their business as usual, with the exception of selling liquors. Commodore Conner w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 June 1846

will have just cauio to regret our invasion of '.their distant pasture ground. , We have learned he probability of our difH ultict with Mexico, but it haa created no alarm mmoag our ladieat and aa I ahall go on, and if 'attacked, the Anglo-Saxon blood ma be spilled but they will not be captured, that you may re ij on poaitively. , t em ao badly situated for writing that I must f Mceaait come to close, but 1 must first tell yom fcoware irtCreaee our number, which pro , We hope, vjll continue in our projected tew home- A worthy lady waa brought to bed ."yeettrdajr tm our ma.-cli, by a cause not com plained of fcy those whv Id " lords,' and ia fcistwH tlme mj Adjuta'i.'t reported twin boys added to tr number, orta' of whom was 'named after the attending phye.ician, and the Mother after your humble servant. Ji we con tinue thia way, how long will it take Jo ,ieopte California. lam, in haste, with high resptcf, jrour obedient servant. WM. H. RUSSKL ' Oaaoo!. - Important. The Journal of C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 June 1846

ReeeJIeelleae of Mxle. Gen. Waddy Thompson in hi 'Recollection ol Mexico,' says i From all the informition which ' I he re ceivedand I hive been inquisitive upon the subject I am well satisfied that there ia not on this Continent any country of Iheeamo extent aa little deairable aa Oregon, nor any In the world which coinbinea aa many advantagee aa Califor nia. With the exception ol the valley of the Willamette, there ia acarcely any portion of Oregon which ia inhabitable except for that , moat worthlcea of alt, a hunting population and the valley of WalTamelte ia of very aipall extent. In the South the only port ia at the Columbia river, and that ia no port at all, aa the loaa of Iba Peacock, and othera of our ves sels, haa proven. I'd aay nothing of other har bora in California, that of San Francisco ia ca pacious enough for the naviee of the world, and ita ahores are covered with enough timber (a apeciea of the live oak) to build thoeo navies. If man were to aak of God a climata, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 June 1846

.TERMS OF TIH3" AMERICAN." H. TJ. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Puiunui ass S f aoraiaToas. MT. B. J&JtSSKR, JSdifr. CJiee ir CmtrtHlley, in thTreaTof It. B. Mat ter's Stort.) THE" AMERICAN" la published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin ued till all arrears re are nalJ. .No subscriptions received for a leaf period than uMonTaa. All communications or letter on ''business relating to the office, to insure attention, ust be POST PAID. ALEXANDER L. IIICKEY. TnuNir maher, N: 150 Chesnut Street, PHZX.ADE1VYHXA. "TTTHFRE all kinde of leatlier trunk, vallate and carpet bag, of every atyle and patietn are manufactured, in the brat manner and from the belt material, and aold at the lowest rate. Philadelphia, July 19th. 1945 ly. TZSXIXvZS REDUCED. DAGVERRIAN GALLERY of Patent Premi um Colored likenesses, and Photographic . Depot No. , 130 Chcsnut Street, Philadelphia. No. SSI Broadwav, New York t No. 75 Court Street, Boinn ; No. 136 ...

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. — 20 June 1846

fiioh xieo. - Partner IMrtUwIare by the Louisiana. vma curt daTis to twr 35tn cur mo. The Picayune says, "the Mexican papers claim positively that the number of the killed and wounded oh the part of the Americana was more roneiderable than that of the Mexican., Gener al Arista eeta down the force of the Mexican in tt action of the 8th at 3,000 men an I twelve pieces of artillery; our number are stated to have been 3,000 men, more or leas, with great superiority in artillery. The destruction by out artillery is represented to have been severe. Over three thousand shots Ave said to have, been fired at the Mexicans by our artillery, between So'olock P. f. and 7 in the evening, when the battle closed. The Mexicans, in the same time, discharged seven hundred and fifty shots from their artillery. The Mexican loss on the 8th if set down at 353 killed, wounded and missing and they claim to have retained possession of the field of battle. We have riot the description of the action of the 0th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 June 1846

... Fro.n the Phil. Ledger. ARRIVAL OF THE " BTKAHSIIlP OIMAT WEITEIlIt. Klarea Day I.atae from Knropa. ' The tteamship Great Western arrived at New York thia (Monday) morning, having left Liver pool on the 30th nit., with news eleven days , . later from Europe. The news she bring is interesting and impor- ' 4aot. The steamship Cambria had arrived out with . tbe newa of a declaration of war against Mexico by the United Statea government, and passage ' 6f the bill o raise 50,000 volunteers. This news produce! a great aefisation in England, and the sympathy of the British public was altogether in favor of Mexico, aa the weaker party, though 'Mn the war of invasion against the poor Sikhs tbe 'same public had very little sympathy to throw '-way notwithstanding the weakness and inferio Vrty or' Ihe Sikh government compared with the power of E,;: 'and. The Great Vtrn ' ' stated, in the F.nglish papers upon the r.'.'best authority, brings out the answer of the Brit.'1! Government to the rt...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 June 1846

Cpt. aantMl H.Walker, This officer is one ofthoM rsre spirits which ft state of war will bring nut from our citizen aoldiera. Ilia late xincrjtialled conflict with the Mexican, in which hn lost nearly every man iindar liia command, and hia dsring heroism in cutting hia way to Gen. Taylor's ramp, have excited in the public mind etrong desire to know more of him. He ia the earne gentleman co frequently and honourably apoken of in Gen. Green's journal of the Mier expedition. He is a native of Washington City, from whenco he went into the Florida War, where in sevenl campaigns he distinguished himaelf by hia in 'trepid bravery. In 1842 he went to Texas, nnd during the invasion of that republic by Gen. Wol!, he was marked for hia bold and daring conduct After the Mexican General had re treated from San Antonia, and when he lay n non the Rio Hondo, Walker and Captain Mc Cullough crawled through hie camp one night and spied out hia position, and the next day, , with the gallant Hays, led t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 June 1846

TERMS OF THE " AlrtEniCAlvV II. B. MA8SER, ' 1 rviumii asb t JOSEPH E18ELY. piWHB,M, H. JS. MASSE Editer. Office in Ctnlri'AUeyniKiriof If. B. Ma. er' Xtorf. TUB" AMRRIOAN" is pubfiafimt every Stor day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to b paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin lied till AtL arrearage are paid. - Noauheeription received for a lest period than mortbb. All eommunicatione or letter on buaincea relating to the office, to inaure attention, toust be POST PAID . ALEXANDER I. IIICKEY. TRUNK BZAZCBR. Wo. 150 CheMint Street, ' PnXX.ADBX.rKIA. U'HERE all kimla of leather trunk, valise ami w carpet hag, of eveiy atyle and pattern are wta-ftttttctured, in the best manner and from the beat materials, mhI eold at the lowml rate. " . Pb;H!lp''ta, July 19th. 1846. ly. TERlWtS 2VBDUCED. DAGVERRIAN GALLERY of Talent Vnmi urn Colored tikenetnet, and Photographic ' Depot i "So. 130 Chcsnul Street, Philadelphia. No. 281 Broad war, Nr York t No. 75 Court 8treet, Boton ; Kit. 130 Chranut ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 June 1846

ltb raon tiiu ahiiv. The steamskip Galveston, from Brazos Santi "so, the 8th, at IH M , and Galveston the 10th instant, at $ P. M., arrived at New Orleans on he lthntant. The TJatveston Weekly News uf the 0th instant, aayt : "The report wi Tegara to the 100 wagons and the effects of emigrants riccompnnying, who were on their way from .New Braunfele to Piedernalea, being taken by a party of Indian, as atated previously in a for mer number of the Galveston New, is entirely unfounded, as appears by letters received at Houston from Piedernates. These state that three parties of about one hundred men each, had arrsvefUft Fiedernales, from New Brauufels, anil wnrultrvatittg The beautiful lands they found there, and had not even seen an Indian." The Texan Advocate or the Slit ultimo, states that some Tour five discharged -soldier from 'he Arary, wesng on their way lome, and within "?3 miles of San Antonio, were surprised by a )Arty of Indians, and stripped of every article of vlothing, but...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 June 1846

- - ...... bribei to the custom-house officers tnd other Mexican functionaries than the Yankees' char ging prieee. Tbii species of warfare la rapidly converting Me people over to American notions. BALTIMOAB NtRKKT, Offietoflht BatriMoeg Amebic, June 23, GRAIN. Very littla Wheat at market to--1ay- We quote Md. reds at 88a00 cents for the best parceli. ' ' . Sales of white Corn at CO cents, and of yellow -at SOaSl cents. ' A sale of Md. Oats at 90 cents. WHISKEY. The demand is limited. We quote hhds. at 20 cents, and bbla. 21 cents. -The stock in Arit bands is not large. ' - How to a it HsitTH. Thousands of person '.continue to cure themselves of Colds, Coughs, Headaches, Rheumatic Affections, Small Pox, 'Measles, Coetiveness, Influent, and the boat of lbiMe indications of the body of the blood being out 'of order, simply by peteeiingly using Brsndreth's Vegetable Universal Pills, ao long as any symp Maaarf derangement in any organ remain. Of en, j, lafrtiac this course, which experie...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 June 1846

A Moderat Heroine. Col. M. G. Lewie, one of the U. S. Commie pinners, who recently made treaty on the lira to river with the CamenthrB and several other f nrfinn tribes a delegation from which are nnw on their way to Washington was arrompani cil by his wire, of whom the New Orleans Tro pic gives thia account : 'Mr. Lewis has accompanied the expedition throughout. She started in feeble health, . but returned much improved. Being milled by their pilot, the expedition was lost at ono lime tor the space of fifteen days. During this t ime, mi the evening ot the 30th January, several drad of their finest slock wero stolen by the Witchitas and others. Soon after, the tame tiight, the guide reported that they were in the range of the Camnnches, and that they might expect an attack during the night. Mrs. I,n. wis, whose bearing in the expedition has exal ted her in the estimation ot the chiefs, was per-ti-cily calm in the midst of the excitement, ex pressing her belief that the party wns ful...

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