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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 March 1854

-yw jHfr fMS'-i a 5".;- wnyi.i ERIC AN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE NEW SERIES, VOL. 6, NO. 52. ' TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. XH.KAMERICAP' P"l""hl every Saturday al j DL,lAKS pet annum 10 be paid half yearly in advance. Nu pamr diaeuntinued autil all arrearages arc '-" All communications or leltera on business retatin. to w wni. UB.ii.un, must De fUBI I All. ' ' TO CLUBS. Tares eopiea to one addreaa, tl 00 nevee. Be Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do SO 00 r ive dollar, hi advance will pay for three year's sub- vupiun iu ine American. One Snuaie of 18 linea, 3 tiinee, tl 00 Every aubieqaent insertion, S3 One Square, 3 months, 300 Bis months, fiofl One year, two Buaineea Carde of Five linea, per annum, 300 Morehants and othere, advertising by the year, with the privilege of inserting different advertisements weekly. II (9 larger Adverti.ements, as per agreement. H. B. MASSES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, euNBunv, pa. Business attended to in the Counties of...

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 March 1854

SUNBUliY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. .foreign News. ATrTival'of the Asia. later raoiw ecnbpB. Halifax, March 8. ! The Royal Mail Steamer Aia has just r rived here from Liverpool, with dale to the 9Stb instant, thiee day later than the advi oet per Atlantic The Asia sailed from Liverpool early on Saturday morning. EASTERN AFFAIRS. No naval or military baltlea hail open re ported since the sailing of the Atlantic. France and England ontitinued to make formidable preparations for the conflict. Austria's movement were becoming much mote favorable toward the allies of Turkey. Political events of l ho highest importance were beooming developed in regard to the position of the parties in present difficulties England has formerly notified Russia of hrr intention to send a fleet to the Baltic, and that Sir Chat lea Napier would be placed in command. The Russian fleet on the Baltic is under orders to fit out fur service. The English ships are surveying off" the entrance to the Baltic Franc...

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 March 1854

DESTItf CTIOlf OF Till POPE' OrrRRtNO i TO THE WAaUINdTON MONVMkiNT. About 12 o'clock last night the sentinel near the Monument became conscious of the rubbing of something against the side of his watch box, he at first thought it was bis faithful dog ; but on attempting to open the door, he found it seoured by a rope, which had been drawn tightly around the box. Immediately after, he perceived that some persons were pasting paper over the win' dows. lie sailed to them, and asked what was meant, and was told to hush. He asked if they intended to injure him and received the same reply as be did to all other ques (ions. . He then heated an iron poker in his stove, and pressing it through the door, burned the rope in two, and made his way out. He aoon found that his dog had been poisoned, and was dead, and on examining the ground carefully, he discovered that the beautiful pieces of marble that had been presented to the Monument Association by the Pope, bad been broken into a thousand ...

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 March 1854

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. JStnr and Fashionable CfoocUlI ? JOHN V. MARTIN, rioab,e Tailor, '. Deer Sireel, one door north of C. J. BrvnerU J7 ' Law Office, Sunbury. HAS jurt received from UMV' .no mort denrabl. flock of Good, that b.. ret been bronght to Bunbury, uch CLOTHS, Consisting In part of black, brown, green, v nd blue. . . r A splendid assortment or such Mlin. velvet, Grenadine ilk. plush vel vet, cashmere, Valencia, and eplendid article of whita Grenadine for wedding vtsts. Alo II description of clolli for OVERCOATS. An extenrivo variety of plain anJ fancy casi mera for pantnlcont. Common good for coata, panta and vesta, coat bintlins and cording superior article of NECK TIES AND STOCKS, of the lateat atyle, plain and fancy Mack cravats, hosiery, sospendcrs, shirt collara, silk tindersliiits, drawers, mcn'e drali buck-lined chomoi and other glovoa, and trimruinf? of every decription. Also on hand a few article of READY-MADE CLOTHING, warranted to be eqtinl tu ...

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 March 1854

,,.,..,.....:,,.,.,.. ..... ....... .. yn' . y - j - H. B; MASSER1,, EDITOR -AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, I1IEE t , , . . t v .1 ..-..!... j ' !! T I I.-' . .-. M ? I . , .- . - .. i r ' I. .1 ! . 'SL JTamfly tfiriusBapw-DeuoUfc to JjolMcs, afmnntrc, ;jiloraiUj, jfonlfln ana Domestic SUtos, Science anfc the sivts, aarlculture, ittaefeets, Amusements, rc NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 1. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1854. . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN ! published every Saturday at TWU DOLLKS per milium to tic paid half yearly in advnnce. No paper discontinued until ui arreurag-ta are paid. All eornmnri'tcntious or letter on business rotating to the oilioe, lo inaura attention, muat be POST PAID. . ft'; TO CLUBS. ;? . .,. .-. Three copies to one address, ! ' i-: sWOO ; , D . . Do ., ,. . 10 00 fifteen Do ' D " ' WOO Vive dnllars In advance will fay fot three yeat'e sub scriptlun to the Amerioan. . . i - . ' 10 SO 30U 600 ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 March 1854

SUNBUHY AMERIOAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. ton are f ihs mWI Uxlew.J iCEK W-.H.-.OII. tV.sHtircTO!., March IS, 1854. Th B'iok Warrior eMitement, which is represented .. so Pfu J h"'- cono.r, Jr. commotion, .ml to frighten th. Confess Com if wonted Propr,.ty h.., .n reality,' been thrown Into tha shad,, by the new. of tb. New H.mpshir. .lections, .ncJ has in o way cao.ed abatement irt the cii.rLt .boot. Nebr.sk... Th. only thing hich causes any concern nere , ...- , j. the fact that our interests in . nnfi.led to the care of . gentleman, who, j hi. pritate and public career, has not yet eiv.l sufficient proof of that discretion and " ... . i - ..ail in 1 tittrU caution which are ine mws. botes of .'statesman and diplomatist. i A special messenger hai been ienl out by ,he goernment to Madrid, with instructions to Mr. Sonle to demand reparation for the de tention and seizure of the Black Warrior, and also for the demand of the establishment ot a tribunal at Cuba which shall have power to s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 March 1854

I BALTIMORE M. E. CONFERENCE AP POINTMENTS. The Baltimore Conference of the M. E. Church mljnurneJ at Baltimore, on Weclnes day evening, afterer a. session of thirteen days. , lhe following appointments are to churches in Pennsylvania: ' Bellefont District. John Poisnl, P. E. Fellefonte Station, Thomss Daugherty. Belle fonts Circuit, J. W. Haughawout, T. D Got. wait. Penn's Valley, Alem Biittain, E, VV Kirby. Huntingdon, Nathan S. Buckingham. Manor Hill, Elisha Butler, Samuel Creighlon Warrior's Matlc, W. L. Spotswood, F. E, Crever, George Guyer, snp. Bald Eagle, Charles Cleavern New Washington, C. G Linthicum, D. M. Giles. Clearfield, Adam Huokerbury, R. A. Balhurst. Karthaus, H. C. McDatiiel, one to be supplied. Caledonia, Nathan Shaffer, Nathaniel Colburn. Sinna (nahoning, Albert Hartman, one to be sup. plied. Liberty Valley, Jacob L. Ever. Pine Creek, Penberlon Bird. Jersey Shore, John W. Elliott. Great Island, George Warren. Lock Haven, Justus A. Melick, one to be sup plied. Ke...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 March 1854

- SUNBUHY'AMEIUCAN AND SUAMOKIN JOURNAL. -r-.-.. -9n'.r-rr'jr'x-nl-9 : ,v . f tt n.fcJl;4lc 1 rtlloiV 0 ; rr Street,' ont'tf'fnr nurlh of C. J. Bruntr $ .-, , . - . Lair UJfiee, Si(iftiry. v- , 0A8'iWnWimJ from P.iilmtalilii( the If i nnil mo desirable Block of Good that has ever been brought to fc'unbury, audi as CLOTHS, Consisting in part of blaclt, brown, ertau, olive and tluo. -- . . A splendid atsorlmcnt of inch satin, velvet, Grenadiite ailka, plush vel w, eashmere, Valencia, and a tplendid article of white Grenadine for wedding vest. AUo- all description of cloth for OVERCOATS. . Art extensive variety of plain and fancy cassi mora foV cantnlcon. Common rood for conte, panta and csta, coat liindjn;i and cording ; a superior article of . NECK TIES AND STOCKS, of the latent style", plain and fancy blaclt cravats, hosiery. susfenders, ahlrt collar, ailk undershirts, drawer, men's drab buck-lined chamois and other gloves, and trimming of every description Also on hand a few Articl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1854

m in V II. B.31ASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. i. :. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 3-iFamUy jletospapfr-Dnofiij to JjolfUcs, a.mnturc, iiovai,.i, jfoit7flT antr ijpiiicsUc'jictosj "science ano iVc arts, (Hovfcultuvr, ittamts, amusements, vc SERIES, VOLA 7,! NO. 2. r-SUMivY sXtUUIXVY; AVAIL M8 : OLD SER1KS VOL. 14, K0."f.i R4IS OP THE AMERICAN. ; .- I AMKlllCA.N' I. puhli.iiett every rAiituriluy nl Oin.l.A SI per ionium In lie iiiitl li;ilf jenrly ii e. - Nit p iper diseontiiMjetl amil all urreurage. wr ni mniinircli'iii. nr letter, mi Imniitert netting In ee, iiiaur .ueull.Hi, mutt In i'ofc i' I'AIU. TO CUIUS. C'pie to tine ittklre.., 03 ,IU i - Lis Do i , U'llU , l)i 1m IHKl i il .ilnr. in mlvniicn will pay for three ye-at' aul iiii to the American. ... lumc ol IS lines, 3 liuiM, tullissjiieitt inseiltun, ipiare, 3 month, nil lis, . ear. - ' ' c Cunt, of Five lines, per annum, null other., nilverlisinst ! the r, with Hi" privilene of inserting - w Trent nilveriisri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1854

r -jr- " ?7t- ;-T SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. S or ctgti jtfftus. ARRIVAL OK THE" P A C IF I C - MTlt FROM EUltOPE. . ; , rr,osiion-ft Pcact 'fro the Czar - The Spanish Insurrection QuclUd-Engapment between two Russian Columns Russia pro hibits theexptrtof Grain-Rume-red Fall ofKalafat, and Massacre of the Oarnson Cotton Unchanged-Breadstuffs Improving. New York, March 23. Tho steamer Pacific arrived here this evening, at 7 o'clock, after a boisterous ! cage. . ' i" The Pacific encountered very heavy wes terly gales. Shu passed hundreds of ice bergs on the banks of New Foundland also, a vast pack of field ice, whiclt tieiainen nor several hours. She brings 70 passengers. The steamship Africa atiived oul at 2 o'clock P. M. on the 7th Inst, nd the Ame. rica, from Boston, arrived at 4 o'clock the same afternoon. The clipper.-hip Lightning, arrived at Liverpool in 13 days fiom Boston. The Africa and America sailed simulianc ously from Boston and Now oik. The position of affai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1854

New Advertisement. C P. KNIGHT & CO., MISSION MERCHANTS, ami Dealers in , Cheese Provisions Generally, 29 ,y 30 S. Wharves, Philodelphia. 3 constantly on hand supply of Mack , Codfish, 8had, Salmon, Herrings, Blue Lite Fish, Haddock, Hams, Sides, Shoul rd, Beof, Pork, Cheese, Beans, Dried unpu resencs, ursnlierrtes, etc .March IS, 1851. 3m. xOCLAMATION. L. is hereby given thnt tlin serend nt of Common Pleas, General Quarter of the peace, and Oprhana' Court, Court and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, for the county of Northumberland, to ce at the Court House, in the boroueh ol . ... IA 1 1. A W w . .. , . i u tiuca, . m. on mommy, the of April, next, and will continue TWO 8. :oroncr. Justices of the Peace and consta- ind Tor the county of Northumberland, are :d to be then and there in their proper per ith their rolls, records, inquisitions, and momlirancos, to do those things to their oflices aphcrtaining to be done. And all es prosecuting: in behalf of the Common a gainst any...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1854

SUNBURY 'AMERICAN AN I)7SHAMOKlN JOUKNALj V '. sttkluiiy, rA; lllfpoW!c rr'nEtnl tcriltcr respectfully '''r" w .lwvc .1; u...t.i.c niii coiHiniiM ;iatcnBgfIi . i i.i:.. i..lun. mid in.'. '. J If. Weiser ,, received a H Pho lift. Honor and win". """" ...... viril Iter nbl. la five tiW" " hou. : ' MAUIA TlIOMrfJO.V. Sunbarr March i'r'f JOHN V. MAUT1N, ranlilonnfol Tnllor, V Law Office, Smibury. HAS 1iit received from Philadelphia, llio and most desirable. tock of tlouilt that lia ever been troua-ht to Smibury, ucli as . CS.OTKS, Consisting in j-art of black, brown, crctn, olive ami Hue.-- . -j - A splendid ast-orttncut of such ns tntin, viLel, CJrennilinc silk., plush vel vt, c.aliincro, vnlencin, and a splendid article of white (irenadino lor weddum vests. AI.o- nll descriptions nfebHli for . OVERCOATS. An extensive variety nf plain and fancy casai iners for pantaloons. Common trnnds for ennts. pants and vests, mat Iiimlin ji and eot'din-; ", a superior artii In of NECK TIKS AND STOC...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1854

HtVUVvV is.'jltaavjl : cm, o v-iy'' :r': j f, ... , 5 - ,"Aii I . s ,. ih . tr'f oi'! Tt.r .s. I ..f i " " i I . . 1 . - I I 1 II II II I II II . II 1 JL; JLAi; JL :i '.. . 1. .. II. B. MASSliR, EDITOR AND PllOPEIETOPv. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 9. L '.'Jit ' 1V I ' "faVl 51 jF.im.I aictospapcr-Deuotcfr to IJolttfcg. jUtci-aturc. Woiauii), "jforc.fln ano Domestic .sinus, Science ano the arts, aar.culturr, iHarUtts, eimuscmritts, ct SERIES; VOL. 7,' NO, 3. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. 20. ERM3 OF THE AMERICAN. "'' A.MKKICAN ii publi.iicil every Saturday nt JULI.AaS per annum to he ptiid liulf yenrly hi . No p ijier uiscoiiuiiueu until all arreurugss ure l.tiiTiuuietitinns or letter, on business relating tn e, t iniure attention, must be POST 1'AID. TO Cl.UUS. ' imict to one address, ' MOO ' U , Do ' ' H Do Do SO till lolliirs in nilvnuce will pay for three year', .lib it tu the Ainerieiul. 1:11c nt' It) tine., T time., mlise'iueul Inseitbiii, t tltire, 3 months, ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1854

Jo reign Nctuc . ARRIVAL OF THE B A' LIT I C f LATER FltA.1 EtHOPE ; ' BrtmhU'fi Lower. . JL. EASTERN VFFAinS. The official and final refusal of lh Cr Nicholas ashnarly1 looked lo Ii-itrttal-rrmly known thnl he rrnse. When iho of ficio! refusal anives ii will b communicated to bolh Houses of Parliament and war b formally proclaimed . ....Sir CharhM NiipitV fleet arrived at Wingo Sound, in the Baltic, on the 15th. Th allied flifis remained at Bcycos Bay but would won reenterthe OlackSea. .Two "Austiiao ship were also anchored in Bcycea Bay. 1 ' . No onsngement has been reported in Eu. rope either by land or sea. On lh Dumbs the position of nfT.iira remain unch.nsed. A report of the capture of a Ruiati Irea tiro convoy at Kms had reached Constanti nople. Nothing lse of interest was reported from A in. ThH Pu r is correspondence says that tho Czar' refusal aa telegraphed from Berlin on the lS:h March, to the French Govern ment, and that so soon as known, thrt Biitii-h Minuter sent a no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1854

Correspondence of lb Publle Ledger. t 5 t ! ! .. INDIAN OUftUGE. ; Fort Behnap, Tbyas, Feb. lSih 1894 messss. Editor: On Sunday, (he 12ih reuruarjr last, a most barbarous murder ia committed on ihe Fori Worth road, within e miles of Fort Belknap, by one of the nds of Indians inhabiting the Wirhita buntains. The perpetrators of the barbar- murder are supposed to be ihe Wichita ,VVaco Indian. They have been foaming er this part T Texas, more or less, during tst of. the winter, stealing horses, killing ""vmg on came j ami, on Sunday last, s 01 mess bands, it is supposed, committed I murder now laid to their charge, in September last, Mr. Jesse stem, the ex iari Agent for Ihe Indians in this part of left this place, acoonpanied by his aily, to isit his relatives and fiienrls In jo. Ha1 reached his home in health and ety; and, after a short sojourn there, in npany with several others, returned to this intry. At Shrevesporl, in Texas, the com iy separated those having charge of ne wagons ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1854

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 April 1854

. .A : . '. ': 'v 11 1U 1 A 11 E f! t M 11 0 OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE TJIE POST OFFICE. ' II. B. MASSBR, EDITOR AND PROPKIETOR. El iFamtly iUtospaprv Dctootei to Jjoiwcs, aucrature, jworamg, jForttort aim Domestic iltius.'Sctcnw ana the Elrts, aortculturc, iavfttts, glmuscmntts, c SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 4. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY,' PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1854. OLD SERIES, VOL., 14, NO. CeV J 1 JL OF THE AMERICAN. AMKR1CAN is published every Saturday at 0I.I.AK9 per aimum to lie paid half yearly In No piper discontinued until aix arrearngta era i: , . i i ' mmtinicntinnt or letter! on businesa relating to S to insure attention, muat be FUST PAID. TO CI.UB3. pita to one aridreta, tSOO 1 D Do - u0 , - Do : Io 80 00 ollaia in mlvencs will pay fur three year's Sub t to the American. oic of 10 linea, 3 timet, jlfsequent iuseiluni, . litre, 3 mourns, sin, " ir, Curd of Five linea. per annum, . too SJ 600 eoo 300 tla and other, advertising ny ine with the privilege of inserting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 April 1854

SUNBURY AMEIUCAN AND S1IAMQKIN JOTIKNAL. Sox cign JJcws, Arrival oft h e. A m c r i c n. - i J la it.it riton El HOPE. . - I . I COTTON DECLINED. y BREAD3TUFFS ADVANCED. British and French Fumls Improve. Us. IlIGHLY 1MP0UTANT, LNTELLIGENCE. The rijtk comience6 ' i - ; - - ' ' RUKMAN St'CCMSKSi Btoodjr llattles mn the Drninbe. Thm Wf.l.wliitt Klfiu"ciiptnrrJ. , ( KUPTUBE BETWKKN GRKF.CE "aND TURKEY- REVIVAL OF THE INSURRECTION., ' Preparations for the Vefence.of the Baltic and St. Petershurg Sir Charles Napier ordered to Commence Hostilities -Capture oj a Bus sian Fort by the Circassians. . , Halifax, April 14. ; The Royal Mail steamer America, Capt. Lanjj, arrived heta ibil morninsr, at 3 o'clock, wil Liverpool date of Saturday, 1st Inst., being three days later than the advices pet Hermann at New York. ENGLAND. In the house of Commons the Attorney General sMted thut Great Britain cannot, and does not, forego the right to search neutral vessels for articles contraband of War.' The b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 April 1854

Old Fishioki Revived. While Ex-Fresi. nt Fi)more(wg in Louis-jlle, be attended adiea-fair, and was regaled with kisse m the damsela--genuine Kentucky emacks. is said that the ladies of Louhmlle literally ey the Divine Injunction "Whatsoever ye tilil that men should da unto you, even 10 il ye do unto .them." Ex-Bishop lyes' new work it announced m the presa of Mr. Donahoe, Boston, to be ued in a week or two, imultaneouly with publication in London, tti title is, "The ialsoTaMinri in iu Progress to Catholicism, a Letter lo hi Old Friends." t is said, that upon the' average, sixteen n in every troop of English army destined Tuikey were married, consequently the 000 men would leave behind 2500 wires, 1 between 6000 and 6U00 children. , '. ' PRIXG is supposed to have fairly commen ced. .The trees are beginning to prepare for ind so are the ladici and gentlemen all get j their spring finery ready. The gentlemen r at least all tlioee who know anything about iladclpbia are getting their out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 April 1854

A STRING t OF .ITEMS. 'Who hath Ihten Ihe cornel." TltXTt. Snow storms In April. Moving for new tril-Coa.iinC Tor e cpnd, m(e,,-.K.( Puncb wyi thai tb. turest w.y la ensure full trap,, it lo feed Ihe poultry we.l. The "port that a scboolmasier cheriiecil a boy with a railroad .witch, I doubled. Dr. G. W. Gav, of Quincy, Mass., ' ,a tcJ. is to enter Ihe Russian "Vice In Way. At St. Louia, lately, fifty d.J"; U of good fed wheat were sum bushel, Timothy Kearney, aged 70 years, was ac-ci-Lntally killed -ear Dnnv.lle, Pa., on the 27lh till. Ilnlian proverb, often possess much point Take Iho following a. an example: .lie .mile", of beauty aro the tear, of the purse." The New York Tribune has raised the price of advertising in its weekly, to fifty ients per line for every iuserlion. A number of beautiful I Swans have been lately shot on th Bay of Toledo and are hu.ifi up as ornaments in tho meat market. The Empire of the Ocean Nicholas rules Ihe serf; Brittannia rules the waves; but Colum...

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