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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1854

Sii? to i in a w v " l f v 7T T TTK -TX T X f 7 II. BMASSEE,. EDITOIl AND PHOPRIETOH., OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SX jramny iietoswcr-Dctootra " 33oIttfcs, artcratute, Woracrix.'jrorcfAK mito Bomcstfc iUtua, Scfmce an5 tilt' arts, aflrtcutture, .fWarttets, Amusements, tc EW SERIE3, VOL. 7, NO. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY,;PA, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1854. ilL 1VJL JLU il lb ILHJ A NL m v t m m mM mi mm m mm , . . : - - : r. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. t" ItK AMERICAN i. publi.hwt eYtry a I unlay .1 V"U DOi.LAHS pr annum o 1. pant half yearly in iioa. 1 Mo paper diecontiiiuoa aiiHI iu srreamgae . . . . . .11 eommnnirattnn or letters on l,ninw relating to office, to insure attention, mu.t be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. ee eopiee lo one eddres., ?oo en urn ir teen Do Po , 40 " ire iMIar. In viva nee vriU pay for Int.. yI' ! ption to the American. l Snimi. of I tinea, S timM, try aulneqaent iuaertioa, , s Sqnare, 3 month montha, e year, inieaa Carrla of Fiv. Hue., per .nnnm, rr...

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 April 1854

i . Arrival of;the Asia. , LATER FROM EinOPE. HIGHLT INTERESTING. Decline in Breadstuff. Ntw Yoax, April S(T 12 M. ThsCunard steamship Alia hrujjusr arrived it this yirirt. Flour bad declined two hilling." Indian Com bad Im declined sixpence." Wheal hit declined ihiee-penve. , ,Tba Asia brings no tidings of lbs missing Steamship City of Glasgow. , ' 1 THE WAR NEWS. y - . ' - . The Czar had submitted peaceful proposi lion to the combined powers, but ihey were of such nature that Ihey were rejected. .The negotiations betweea Austiia ami Prussia, are not yet closed, but Piussia has joined in a protocal, tinned at Vienna, be ilweerl England, France and Austria. The allied fleet were about to blockade the port of Odessa in the Black Sea. - tTlie Russians have evacuated Aland, an island at the entrance of the Gulf of Bothnia, well fortified, and considered one of iho mol . important points in the Baltic. Jtisgener ally the station of a large portion of the . Baltio fleet. This evacoaliou ...

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 April 1854

'TI i . ... "Yuh-W! isgintrhh terrible Ms lienitv in n.n.ir i . . ... v,.u,ulu cuuniy. id me mining 'towns of Schuylkill county, ,he disease has , alao prevailed for soma time pad, but to a , fi nmiieu extent. fclje iltarhcts. Philadelphia Market ' . April 27, 1854.: y Ploc and Mcal. Flour it without mate - rial change. Sales at 8 80 per bbl., for ;nrl brands, and S8 56a$8 75 lor extra. There in a steady demand for city trade at . 8 60h9 for common and extra brands Last tales of Rve Flour at 5 S74, nnd Penn .ylvania Corn Meal nt 33 75 per bbl. Grain. Wheat market is poorly supplied. " Smalfsalet of white are tnakinaat 9295, nnd . $2 for red. It ye it scarce nt OOo. for Punn- sylvania. Corn is rather dull ; sales at 81 t ; 82o. for yellow, in store afloat. Oats are snares snd in demand. Sales of southern at 64c. and Pennsylvania at 56 cents. Whiskkv. Sales of hhdt. at 26i cents, i and bbl. at 27 cents. , Baltimore Market. April 25, 1854. GRAIN. The Grain Market quite active . this mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1854

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. Collegiate Institute.' . Hilt, A. B , Principal. ,' , 1 e. C. J. EHREHART, A. M. ; Tracker of Moral -and Mentnl Science, v tfrriMl (? ChriiUaniUj, $c, Tcr of Primary Department.. TIE firnt session of this TnlUulion, located at fcbaniokin, Worth umborletid county, Pa., will commence on WanxasoAt, Uia 10th day ol M IT, 1854. . The year will be divided into three sessions ol fourteen wwki each, time sUowing vacation ol four week, in spring and nulunin, and one 01 two weeks during the holiday. The IiHtitution will comprise three departmcnte, A Paiwiar, Acaiicmic and Collbiatc. The course of inirtnirtion in theae will we "ill and thorough, embracing all tho branchca usually taught in these rcsective departments. Riti.1 or Tufios : ; .' ' Primary Department, per session, $4,00 , Academic " " $"0 Collegiate ' " 8,00 A large and epacioti room Has been secured to meet the want of thu Institution, until the necessary buildinga are completed. Boarding ca...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1854

1 jc rvr- (s. A. 7 .a,,.-, , OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. rrrzTT. , J... ..t g,.hy,iiegt(c ilttas. science ana the girts, Bflrfculturr, Jllnrtuts, amusements, c te ,1 I.I J I III ! 1 . il II 1 JL ZA. , . ; ; 5W: SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 6. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. j t i THE RENOWNED REMEDY I AMERICAN U published .very Saturday at 1 f n I I n w n v's Ci I II t in P 11 t . OLLAUS per milium to be paid half yearly in 11 O I 1 O W IV Y S UlUUULllli "TrTTi SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1854 , o u n i u in is uiv 1 11 ti luuui.i" u , , who but OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. 32. HE U DUI.LA.US ner inc.. No paper discontinued until all arrearages art I communications or letter, on business relating to lhc, to insure attention, mult b. l'OST PAID. j I . i , TO CLUBS. ,e conies to on. tddrew, ' 08 in D Do '""9 een ' " ' Dn ' Do ' ve dollar, in advance will pay for thia. year's suu it ion to lb. American. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. 11URSUANT lo a decree of the Orphan ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1854

1 UK PROOIIESS or TIIK WAR. The frigate Tribune, has rejoined Admiral Napier's fleet,, from . Admiral Plumridgo'a division, having captured the Ural prises of he war, i : a Russian ships, JaJened with lead and sulphur, from Lubeo, bound to a Russian port in its Gulf of Finland. . The navigation offthe Baltic ' fa" opening. The Rutaianl have dismantled the Inland fortresses and burned them, aud removed all their hipping, and retired tb the maiil" rami. Admiral Deachinea has sailed will. French squadron to join Napier. The Black Sea allied fleet sailed from Varna April fllh, in the direction of Sebasto pol. ' Since then, no account have been re. calved of its movement, excepting nimor that the fluel was blockading or preparing to attack Odessa. ' The fleets have left in tho direction of Sebastopol.. The whole fiVet is now In the Black Sua. The frigates Sidon, Firebrand and Magel lan wero detailed for the jiurpose of inter cepting the supplies which the Russians may attempt to convey t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1854

Mew Advertisements. To tha Votetf of Northumberland County. Fllow CiTtitngTEncouragcd by many friend, I announce1 myself at a candidate for the office of COUNTY COMMISSIONER ; ' at the approaching election. ' Should I be elected; I pledge myself to discharge the dutiea thereo With punctuality and impartiality. ; - . t . GEORGE BRIGHT. ( Sunbury, April 8, 1854 , . , NOTICE. fpHE annual meeting of "the Stockholder of .-the Ureen Ridge Improvement Companj v will be held . at their office, Carpenter court. . Philadelphia, on Tuesday, the 9th day of Ma '.1854, at 13 o'clock, M. . ? The election of Five Director will be held at . the tame tiro and place. - . ,y i - WILLIAM VVISTElt, Secretary and Treasurer. Phile., April 22, 1854 8t. Daguerreotypes! .... GEORGE W. COBLE, 1JE8PECTFULI.Y announce tn the citizen - of Sunbury and vicinity, that he ha again opened a Dagucrrean Room, and 1 prepared to take likenesses. Ho warrant uis picture to bo , satisfactory to all wishing true representatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1854

r ValuabloPropei ty forSale - In'thoBorotighoffiunburyJ - THE subscriber offer, for ' Hv vT." , property in the Borftug" . of.Sunbuiy, P , .THE UOUM. . ' And two contigio.w Lota of Ground, . on the .o.. west corner of Market Son.ve, .now Occupied by (1.0 .ubscril-er a a ' nd iv"U v"."'-: tSe STEAM SAW MILL' I en the riverbank, together with one and la half acres of ground. Alio: a double two .lory Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, in Elderberry street. Alsot six. acres of ground at the Point, adjoining llie Susquehanna, on which are erected two frame house wagon house, Ac. Also! . A House and Lot of Ground in Cranberry street, near the river, on which lot are also erected three lime kiln. Also ( ' A llouso and half Lot of Ground, '. on lha north east corner of Kiver and Dewberry atreel, occupied by Augustus Clement. Also: Twenty-Three Vacant Lots on Elderberry street. - IHAT. CLEMENT 8untury, Jsiv H, 1804 if. rjHE suliscribcr begs leave respectfully to in X form hia friends an I the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 May 1854

ERIC AN e My AL H. B.'; MASSES, EDITOR AND P11QPHIET0R. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jTnmny ilttospaptvDcVotta to JJoUUcs, JLficratuve, itiotauiy, ifotclflii ana Domestic sictus, sclent aitH the Elvts, ftorf culture, jUiu&eis, CTmuscmnus, rc NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 7. SUNBU11Y, NOllTll UM iiJiHLAND COUNTY, l'A., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1SC.4. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. S3 mm if W AL TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. IE AMKRICAM li published every Saturday hi TNU UULI.AKS per milium lo be paid half yearly in pnii?"C- PT" discontinued until tu arrearages ere All eommuiticntinn, or tetters on business relnting to ""W"! w insure attention, mual be l'USi FAID. . ' TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, SJ5 00 Seven D j)0 1(1 (10 Ulteeu Do Do : - 9(1 (XI t ive dollars in advance will pay for three yeai's sub scription to the American. One Snunae of 19 linea, 3 liinea, Ktsery aulmeqnent iiMertion, tine Square, a mouths, . . 8n mouths, One year, Hnainem Cflrdi of Five linea, per annu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 May 1854

Arrival of tlio Africn. The Royal Mail Sieamer Africa arrived al New York on Ibe 6ih in.l. 'o Intelligence, hsd been re.eived of (he mincing steamship Cily of Glnsgow. Messts. Richardson & Brothers, tha agents, say there need be no fear of the steamship being ultimately lost. Tne ship was perfectly efficient in every renpeot, was provided with a sufficiency of water for forty days, and nlro a distilling apparatus, by which on abundance of fresh water could be procured, iler provisions were sufficient for 05 days, and her eoals equal to 30 days' steaming. ene has on board 373 passengers. The war lie ws presents no new features. The treaty of closer alliance litis been rat ified between France and England. A treaty of alliance offensive and defensive has been signed between Austria and Prussia. The expulsion of the Greeks has been rig. orously enforced. The insurrection assumes the shape of a Guerilla warfare, harassing but not formidable. Lord Stratford haa published a strong man...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 May 1854

New Advertisements, Great Arrival or ' SPRING GOODS! IltA T. CLEMENT INFORMS hit friend and customer that he JL Juit received en elegant assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS At his Store in Market Street, Sunbury, which he offer to the public at the lowest price. His stock consists of a general assortment ol Dry Goods, viz: Cloths, Cassimcrs, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings, jnusiws, semens, uaucoes, Muslin tie Lains, Lawns, Ginghams, Berages. Also a large assortment of CLOTHING. . A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, for Men, Women and Children. Silk Hats; Tanama, Palm loaf and other Summer Hats. IMasler. GROCERIES of every variety. Sugar, Tea, Codes, Molasses, Cheese, Spices, Fish, Salt, Ac. HARDWARE, Via i Iron and 8teel, Nails, Filet, Saws, Sec QUEENSYVARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, Ifc LIQUORS, Vine. Brandy, Gin, Bam, Whiskey, lc Lir Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change at the highest market prices. April 8, 1854. ly. New Goods for the People I BENJAMI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 May 1854

SUNBUllY 'AMEliiCAN AND SIIAMOK1N JOUHNAL. 7 :'. Iikmoval. 7" .miss'iaue finjtey INFORMS her friends, bo(h In town sad coun tTV, tlist she hns removed her, Fancy; Pry' Goods Store lo her former residence , corner of Chestnut and SJ street, opposite ih near Unman Reformed church, ind not unmindful of pant kindness, she solicits continuance of Iheir patronage. .She has just receive J an elegant assortment of , , , . Bottnett, Ribbons, J.acee, Kctdleivork of varioue kiiitra, lady gaiter boots and .andatt, stationery, mu.lins, lawns, ginghams, and ever variety of goads suitable lor the Kuatna, cheaper than ever for cash or country produce. Funbury, April 8, 1854. :' vr. iron, thiima. u'siiu., STOCKMAN & O'NEILL, ' , ; G K.N Ell A L ,., . . i tfommtaotou iUmljants , . 7" 35 2TORTH WHAU.VES, ' 11 ' ' Philadelphia. nnrtfnr. ncf.s. Tlioa. Kichaicinui A Co. Philadelphia. A. O. Cattrli fc Co. . , " . flutter & Patlcsnii, ' " Charles Ellis A. Co. ' " lliirgin cV form, " riiilii., April...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 May 1854

I f 'I ' S 1 JDJ HIIF S'U.Nl 1Y AM A N. II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PllOPRIETOR. NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 8. , TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKRICAof it published every Snturdny pi TWO DOM.AKS per aniiain lo be il half yearly l.l ad ranc. ! Ill AH com mil mention or letter on burin relating t llit office, to iniur itentiim, must ba FOIST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three epiei to out ad-drew. ofl ffeven D Do 10 00 FiOoen I. Do WOO Five iMtart in aiK-miri-i will pay for three yen's eub Script ion to the American. One Snunic of Id lines, 1 times, I'.veiy subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 months, BlA tfl'Milhfl, One year, IJ.iBiiii-ss Curds of Five lines, per annum, Mere! mnts nnd others, mlvertisinst by the yeir, with the privilege of inserting ttiiiVrcnt nilvertmemente weekly. iff" lirgei Attvertisements, as per flfrreemeut. f I 00 25 3KI 6M 300 10 00 S..B. MASSE?., A T T O U N fi Y AT LAW, 6UKHX7BV, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 May 1854

we .foreign Nftyss. Arrival of the Atlantic. latch frno.M EinorK. , Bombardment of Olcssa-Purt of 4he atn Iffins-Eipht Russians and on Austrian Merchant Ship, llarned in the h 'arbor -, Collisiion in the CVa-i.it-180 Lives Lost. FROM THE SEAT OF vVAR. Aulhenlio intelluzence has been received lhal, on Ihe 29lh of April, (ho port of Odessa, on iho Black Sea, was bombarded lor ten hour by lbs allied fleets, anl pari of the city laid in mini. Four of the un forts by which it was defended were dismantled. Eight Russian and one Austrian merchant ' ships were burned in the harbor. " Three of the British bombarding steamers were twdly damaged by the fire fnrr. the forts. An attempt of the Biiti-h to land 1800 men failed. The Russian fleet camo out of Febastopol during the fiuht and threatened Ihe ullit'il fleet, but without offering to give battle, re tired. The details of the bombarlinent hate no! been received. The Russians have completely evacuated Little Wallachia. The Russian r iu lit ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 May 1854

New Adrertitements. Highly Interesting News ! fTMlE information brought lo us by the stcam ship Axis of the sudden decline of Klour. Indian corn, die. in Europe, ia no doubt interest ing to aoine, and therefore it must I also inter eating to a great many others to know that while there h so much fluctuation in the price of DrcadstulVa at home and aliroad, there is nothing to cfl'cct the low price nf the Largo and Excellent Stock of SFR1NG & SUMMER CLOT1IIFG, juat received by P. Bchnurman A Co., and on baud at there store On the torner of Market and Faien Streets, directly opposite John Young's store, where they will he pleased to watt upon all those who wish to buy good and cheap clothing. Also a Ircsu supply of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c, which they have purchased at a very low price at Philadelphia and thcrefoie can afford to sell to' their customers at the most reasonable prices. They still, (after some exorience in tusiness) cling te the good motto, "cntir roa cash. Ca...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 May 1854

JZZJlggSOg SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. - C. P. KKIGJIT & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, r I and Dialers in , , Fish,' Cheese ft Provisions . . Generally, ' : u , No. 19 4- 30 S. Wharves, Philadelphia. HAVE constant! on hand upply f M"fk' ercl. Codfish. Shall. Ralmoti. Hrrriiif". Blue Pialk. VV Kit Pink IL.MtA f4imv Fide. Shoul- der. I.iir.l. n. Prt I'lufM, Ueana, Dried Applet, Dried Peaches, Orantwrries, & f , Phila, It arch 15, 1854. 3m. , 'Tsprino mFlliheiiy goods. JOHN STO.'E & sax, : '. v Nc. 45 South Second St., , Philadelphia, HAVE now In Store, of tUrir own importation, a large and handsome assortment ot Ribbon, ; Silks, - Flowers, Crapra, . and every article suitable to the Millinery Trade, to which constant addition will be made ihrough otit the aeaaon. thereby enabling them to oiler the largest and most desirable .election of articles in their line to be found In the city. - Pliilada., March 18, 1831. Sin. "w. S. STOCKM7 ' ' THOMAS O.NE1I.L. STOCKMAN & O'NEILL, - , GENER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 May 1854

fit 1 YO office; m aroIt street, opposite the post .1. t w 'cr!l . -ft,-. II. B. MASSEH. EDITOR AND P110P1UETOR. OFFICE. IB ; 'hi i.i . ... A MI E u i r t - i i .) 'II. NEvV. SKKiEri, VOL. .NO. 9. 1 " Ti2&jl3 Oj? THE AMERICAN. ... j 'THE AMKItlCAX is published every Paturilsy al ' TWO DOI.I.AU8 per 1111111111 to Im paid hnlf yearly in ' advance. No p.p discontinued eittil all arrearages ate ' paid. Ait eommnrticntirm, iir letters on tuiiiitm frlaftng to the office, to insure attention, mini be pus r fAiu. ! ... TO CLl'BS. - Tare copies to one address, ' " 500 Sevan . Do 0 Fifteen ln Do OOU Five dollars in advance will pa for three year's sab crialioii to the American. One Snunie of to linea, 3 times, ft no S. 3( iu soil WHI 300 Kvery suliseqneiit insertion, Due 91 taunre, 3 month. Sia months, , One year, Business Cards of Five linea, per annum, Merchants and others. arivemsine by the year, with the privilege of inserting .ff-rnt Hvfrtiiiemcnu weeklv. 10(10 Ce- lares. Advertiaeni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 May 1854

V & o v c i g n N cwf Arrival of t!io Huropn. later mom' EinoPE. Another Battler-Defeat of the Russians Bombardment of Odessa Tht Greek lnsur gents An American - Privateer Baltic Ports Blocaded Markets, ffc. New Yon, May 19. The steamer Europs, which ofl Liverpool on tho 6lh inst., BrrivcJ at her dock this morning, at t J o'clock. " ' Considerable excitement was occasioned in London by the ri.blication of thr follow, ing in the Herald, on the 5th : Now ban leached the Admiralty that an American clipper, the Grapeshot, had cnplnreJ a 'French merchant ship off the Ka.id it Knd; The Grapeshot cleared out of New Wk on tho 22Jof March for St. Thorns, with 1,000 packages on board, professedly of hardware, bnt really containing mulcts, supposed to be bound to Finland, and railing debarkation, then for tho Mediterrnnenn.--This will explain tho story of a Russian iii nn in in ilm Channel. The Russian prizes Gcfion Ahlstrnm hnve been relcasod, having been illegally cap lured. Two hundred ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 May 1854

"" SUNBUllY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKlN JOUKNAL. FROM MEXICO. The New Orleans papers of the 12ih have news from Vera Citu to the 8th instant ! A thousand rumors were afloat in Mexico in regard to the operations of Gen. Alrarcz, who, it appears, has well-nigh suoceedeil in cutting off all communication, between Santa Ana and the capital. When last heard fromi the President had not entered Acopulso, be causa he did not dosire to expose his soldiers to the deadly fire of the enemy; but the wily chieftain was busily engaged in rigging a purchase to lake the place by stratagem, without the loss of man. The garrison at Acapulco is represented to be in a destitute conditon ; the provisions of the revolutionist were nearly exhausted. So close is the siege, both by land and sea, that it was supposed impossible for them to hold out much longer. The standard of rebellion had been raised in a small town in Queretaro by one Captain Vtoeala Vega, on the 17th ultimo, and sev eral hundred joined in the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 May 1854

SUNBUHY AMERICAN -AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. A STRING 'OF 1TKA1S. .. ' . ii,. n.iili poet, ell"' at SbeflieM on iha 30.U nil., 2J er Mr. Watson, living "n Kentucky, oppoMie Cairo, III., killed one handled .,d ihree deer, daring last year. "'An -in.lign.llon meeting at Elfibrthinn Ky., has adopted resolution requesting Hi Ward jurors to leare that county. You cannot prer'ent the bird of sadne from flying over your head, 1 but yoo ; may pre vent them from stopping to build their nest there. ; t . .' .', Gas was introduced into Bio de Jnneiro, for Ihe first time, on the I5.h of March last. Water had previously been introduced through iron tubes. One Mr RumpI has breo arrested in Bo. ,on for fishing illegally. His product, con listing of four thousand fish, was ssized and sold. Unfortunate Russel. When man stops his newspnper on ac coonl of pecuniary forebodinps, wo consider him about as gone a case as if ho should con clude to stop his daily bread for fear he ahould como to poverty. The pt...

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