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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1846

VERMS OF TITO " AMERICAN." H. D. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. I PcaLtsaiaa amd $ P.oraiiTo.. JT. B. JUISSMt, Editar. Office in CentreAlltyTin the fear of Jt. B. Mas ter's Store.) THE" AMERICAN" i. published svery Satur day tt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Att arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a leaa period than eix mortm. All commnnicatione or letiera on business relating to the office, to inaure attention, must be POST PAID. PETER LAZARUS, Northumberland County, PENN STT L V ANI A, TTj E8PECTEUI.LY inf.rmi hia trl ml and I L he public in general, that he haa taken the Brick Stand, formerly occupied by Gorge Prince aa a public houe, (east of Ihe Slate House, and opposite the Court H ntse.) where he la prepared to accommodate hia friends, and all other who may favor him with their cu-tom, in the heat manner. In short, no exertion nor expense will be spa red to render hia house in every way worthy of public patronage. S...

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. — 12 September 1846

Interesting 'Cttrreapnnil.cn. We invite fh attedtioh of birr 'rentiers to the subjoined httereirting l-wr'res'pondence between veral nisnh.guiahed tit Item Ifthts placa and 'WMelibothoncl and fheTfon. Simon Cameron, Who nbljr ami disinterestedly advticalen' the inte rest of Pennsylvania 'hiring the 'dcDales (in "the British Tariff BrtVin fhe fj. H. Sena'te and while we wit that hi Sense of propriety Hoe's not permit him to meet hii many friends in this re (ion at the festive hoard, w tun not but admire the plain ind forcible manner In which he alludes to the beneficial inflnenceof a protective Tariff on the jnHtietry and .prosperity of the country. Danville Democrat. Danville, Aug. 1?, 184C. T.i (lENOtAt SiMon CaVeuon. Dfar Sib : Tlie recent cnango In onr im post or revenue laws, has filled the tnir.il of eve ry honest-hearled, thinking mnn, in (lira stare, with apprehension and dread ot the results of the practical operation of the new system. To you, air, we tender the oblation of...

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. — 12 September 1846

Mr. Foster and the Tariff. , The Democratic Union of last week tontained a very able article urging the re-election bfWhi. B. Foster, Jr. To the object of that article we take no exception ; but believing "that our neigh bort have been imposed upon, e fntiat protest against the attempt to make Mr. Foster occupy false position on the tariff question. We be lieve such an at empt to be contrary to his wish es. He is too honorable and high-minded to de sire to deceive the people of Pennsylvania. He has not been backward in avowing his Opinions on the various subjects that agitate the public mind and on none are his sentiments letter un derstood than those he enteltikins ont'he subject of a tariff.aVAt the meeting of 'the last Congress 'it will be recollected that the Argus took ground against the views ofthe administration at Wash ington, on that subject. We were influenced in the course we took, by a desire to present the views ofthe Democratic party in Pennsylvania, as we believed the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1846

A fprlakllnsr eflrlah. A Hibernian, with a poll red M the Red I .ton at Brentford, md rendered still more red j I'V a enpiom discharge of blood, which oofed through dirty raff tied nvefa recent wound his scalp, applied at Dow afreet at the bo cmninff of tho week for a warrant, when the tnllowiniF dialogue took ptnee; Mtigittrnte'WeM, Pat,' (for hi cminten i.nce operated aa a sort of finder post, pointing to the road from whence he ramo) what do you wnt?' 'I'd be wanting a warrant, plase ycr Ho nor. , Against whom V Arjin IWncy O'Leary, plate ycr River- nee.' For what V 'For mnrther yer Grace.' 'When did be mordc rV 'Divil a creature but myeelC 'cr Honor.' 'And has he murdered you !' 'fty my soul he has, bad luck to him t He rut a hole in my head big enough to bury his cut.' 'He has'nt killod you outright, I sec.' 'It's not his !ault that he has'nt, yer honor, f r he inlindcd it, snd nothing surer. 'I suppose an assault warrant will suit your purpose V 'Yer Honor knows what's bent an...

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. — 19 September 1846

.3TERM9 OF. TOE "AMERICAN-" W D MAB9ER. ' JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ? Pvaiisaafts iwn $ PaesRiBToas. . JT. it. Editor. OJfirt in CeMrt Alley, in'thrrear f It. II. Mat ... Sorr. THE" AMERICAN" is publiahed every Satur day tt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance." No piper discontin ued till tt arrearages are psld. No subscriptions received fur a teaa period than at vosTfts. All communicatione or lettera on bueiaeat relefins; to the office, to insure attention) muat be POST PAID. : - PBTBR LAZARUS, . , IJSIBJ'BV, NortlitimfoerlndOounty, FUNK S VLVAlTI A, fTESPECTEUI.LY informs h's frl.nJssnd jTfc ih public in general, that ha has taken the Crick Sis, formerly occupied by Ge..g Prince aa a public hove, (part of the 8iaie Hoti.e, nd opposite the Cnurt H Mie,) where he la prepare! to sccofhmodats hia friend, and all othera who may favor him with their cahoot, in the heat manner. In abort, no exertions nor expense will be spv red to render trie house in every way worthy of public...

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. — 19 September 1846

IUI II lilMill I. i.L L ..'.'-!. .1 iliLJJ! nJini nv ikd brik rail nutn. At a meeting of the Erie Boat J of Trade, rielt Monday, August ?th.ain rmriiiaafe of a spe ''il call by the President thereof j on motion of C ore Si'lilen, the following resolution was un ummously allotted : t -' 1 fliaolveJ, That tn the opinion of tLit Board it i now expedient ami will bt serviceble to the interests of the State, to publish the correspon nVnce'We have to long withheld, between thia Board and the Hon Charlks Gibbonr, of Phila .l- lphiii, and that the laid lettere be published in nil the papers of thia city, and that the President and the Secretary be and they are hereby instrnc td to take suitable measures to have the same republished in the papers of Philadelphia city GILES SAN FORD, Prost. Bd. Juvim Cmp, Secretary. Erie, Pa March 17, IS 10 It in. CiiARt.cs CiBCONt: Dear Sir Having observeJ that your action n the Senate on the bill granting the Right of Uy to the Baltimore and Ohio rail road ...

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. — 19 September 1846

. of them asleep, when the expiation took piece, Thie part ofthu boat wee all demolished. ' Per. eons were blown up into Ihe air, eome of them falling overboard and other upon the forecastle. Two or three, who were in a forward state-room ' which was detached from the boat by the ex plosion, fell from there into the hold through the hatchway 1 The Rio Grand was still high in many pla ' ej up to and over its banks on the 31st ult,, and - ... rising. ' . Among the rumors in circulation at Matamo i Tas was one that Monterey had already fallen . into the hands of the Americans. To Col. Harney rumor cave the performance of this ex- , ploit. The 'American Flag'' of the 2Dlh puts no faith in it, but rather inclines to adopt the version of the story given by the Mexicans. ' They say that letters from Monterey assert that a body of Americans, who came down by the way of New Mexico, were joined near the I'resido by a number of Texti n adventurers, a nd llie combined force had entered the town...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 September 1846

0? m. - ' T The Veterans' t)enti. B SOLtAlnir. " r : A soldier, who bed served under Napoleon, was among the first victimi of the American t.inVt at Talo Alto,' am! when tome of hit com r.ulei halted beside hit bleeding form to eympa- tliise with him, he urged them en In pursuit of the Toe, remarking that he had but met a toldier't Me. . Upon dread Palo Alto's plain, When was heard war'a dim and rattle, A tnUlier mingled in the fight Who fearleet dared the front of battle. Oft he wa teen, with biting steel, Rushing in the roar of strife ' . Seeking foemon in their ranks- , Recking not for human life. Hi iron arm unhurt had waved O'er other fields well known in story Where shone the ttar of Ansterlita - On Eagle pinions bathed in glory;' Hut now the stern decree of fate, tins tped hit summons from the foe, And while with dauntless mien be fight, Death strikes the aged veteran low. "The foemen fly !" "TTark to that shoot The dying hero hears the cry, - And, raising up his drooping hea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1846

r.iBMrt:H .n ) I'mir-mr Tons. li;LMs or Tim " tsn:ic:.i." ' WesKPM E1SEI.Y T. 17. .W.f-Sf,'l. Editor. 'Ofh-t in lrc Attn. " IhtreavnT . J. , er Wrirf. ! TrVE" AMERICA!" is published every Satttr j lav t VA UOI.I.AFS T"r annum to he ; ftSTinTryt.r.ly in advance. No paper discontln- i M.il1 aw. aefcnmscs arc pr-id. ... NAMV-rifrj;' received fr a.lcss period thin nnlK. UI eoiiiiiiiinicalinn or letters on j business rc'-.tinn loth office, t inmre oin-ntion, j aiwi Jae rO!-?T PAID. . HJNBUM AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in the decision of the majority, the -vital principle of Republic, from which thcro it no npp al but. to force, the vital piiiKlple and immediate parent of dcspuli.m. Jrrrawtow. Smibiiry, Xorllnimbcrlanil Co. rn. Sntiinlnj , Sept. '20, IS-IC Vol. V-Xo. 1 --Whole IV o, 313 Ily Mnsscr & Klsrly. ,- in I inn i ii i um. riiicfcs or Ainr.R risi.x;. 1 ulnar 1 insertion, f" nO I .l.i 3 .1.1 . . .0 7!) I do .1 d.i . . . . 1 I'll , Eery sitbreqaritt (n-e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1846

Important front tha Onlf stqunitrnrit Arrival of the Stramnhip Princeton Mrxico l)jinrtf Proposals for J'rarr Important Dtnptilch to (iovmiivrntTiJivgg from the One of the Ti li.vton. The editors of the Baltimore Sun have reeeiv el the following interesting letter from their correspondent onboard the U. S. frigate Cumber land, dated at Point Antonio de Lizardo : Ox Hoard tub tT. S. Frio.tk CriMnfar.ASin, Sept. 0, at Point Antonio de Lizardo. J The despatches brought by the Legare were sent up to Vera Cruz with a ling of truce on the 'J.'ith August, and were immediately forwarded to the City of Mexico. On Friday, the 4th of September, about 5 o' flock, P. M., a Mexican boat bearing a flag of truce, visited the Commodore, and the bearer of despatches presented the answer of his govern ment; lie contents of which are not known posi tively, but it is rumored that the Mexican gov ernment have declined receiving or sending a minister until the Cnited State withdraw all I heir force from t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1846

l.nlrr front th Mormon t'nniilry, l'ormntinn, and Rejection Inj the Anti-Mar-tnnnn, of Atticlrn ef Compromise Their Uneavipment Three Miltx front Satvon Jlcfitnntir.n of Henvral Singleton Cul. Hrockman in Command. Tho laet nccounts from Hancock county re present that the anticipated battle between the Mormons ant! Anti-Mormons had not yet taken place. The agreement entered into by Ganor al Sinifleton and others on behalf of the Ami- mormons was rejected, uen. omgicion wuo- drew from all connection with the Anti-M.tr- j tnnns on the rejection F the compromise, and j Oil. Hrockman, of Tirown county, was elected to take the command. Rolnre Brock imn con- j , eented to assume this station, he required n sn- cred pledge from the officers and men whoclec- j ted hitn, that in case they were permitted to; . . . . i. ... ...:.l. march into Naiivno without opposition, no injury j should he June to person or property. The Antics have pledccd themselves to com- mit no violence in Nnovoo if they...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1846

"VV i ' r--... . I.NV I To Mil Alikriil YMY, by r,Eon7!: r. rr.r.ncr, 'Tis morn t lie sen breeze sccrn tnbiing 'oy, hesilth and freshness on it wins Bright flowers, to ma atl .trangr and new, A rp el 1 1 tor i n in the early dew Arid perfumes rise from every trnre As inorjiiso totho clouds that move Like spirit o'er yon welkin clear Tut 1 nm sad tliou art not hero, 'Tis noon a calm, mdiroken steep , 1 on the Mite wave of the deep- A soft haze like a fairy dream Is floating over wood and stteam And many a broad magnolia llower. Within its shadowy woodland bower, Is gleaming like a lovely star But I am sad thott art afar. 'Tis eve on earth the sunset skies Are painting their own Eden dyes Tin; stars come down, and trembling glow Like blossoms in the wave below And, like some unseen sprite, the breczo Seems lingering 'mid these orange trees. Breathing its music 'round the t-pot But I am sad see thee not. 'Tis midnight with a soothing spell The far tones of the ocean swell, Soft as a mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1846

V t - TMIMH or THK AlttERICAltV' II. D. MA88ER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. , 1 PcBLteaaaa ABB S POf IIT0... H. B. MJtSSKH, Kditor. . ... ' bjiceinCtnt'riJlfy. in thTrearo 'it. Mas "' ' er' Sflre. ' if HE" AMERICAN" Upublisnedeeery 8ilur t- at - TWO ' DOLLARS per annum to be pai.l half yearly in advance. No paper dneonua ued till am. arrearage arc paid. . , r . " ' NofuWrlptioni received for a leas period than ait woirras. t All communications or letiara on business relating lo the office, te Insure attention, t nuil be POST PAID. . ' PETER XiAE AIIUS, ; ' suitntriiY, Worth nm hrrlrt nd Oo u n t y, yBTTWITI.VANXA, , RESPECTEU1.LY inform hie fri.nd ami lb pubic In general, that be ha tken the Urick 8tand, formerly rcopled by George IVne .. e public hou-e, (et or iheSule Houe, and opptwil the Court H where he i ptmt t accommodate hi Iriieml. ami ll there who may ftvor him with their cu-I.mtu m the Krai manner. In short, no eieitinivi nor etpene will be spa re J in render hi house in every wsy wor...

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. — 3 October 1846

I.HTMT FROM THRAnNTi., " (7rn?Tuyhr an ihe March tn SctntmGen. PdHitmh lift in CWewmat ml Oamargo S irk nr among the Vulunlrcr$ Ampudia at Monterey. m , ? I t i ,W gather from the New Orleans paper, ho Picayune and Delta, th. following tnfurma ' nm respecting' the movement of the army, ' The Picayune say Out ,356 uf Ihe aick volun ,rmr have arrived :- ; -" v' ' . On the Gi It instant Gen. Taylor crossed the .. Juan, end oh the 7th took up ths tins of I inarch Kir Seralvo, where Gen. Worth, with hi command,' had halted. IUya' Raiment m to have left China fur the amu declination, intending to reach there simultaneously with t 'onerai Taylor. General Tay lor, in hie march, in prepared (or ny4 emergency either an ad- ' vance or a retreat. ' lie permitted no soldier or officer to" take more baggage with him than he ran conveniently carry on hie bock. A number of steamer had reached Mainmorts with the fx'rt bag!rg and the Qnnrtcl of the Zapadn ri' wa-i converted into a depot for it. All t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1846

. PTh ThleleeiMla Dletriet atr . - I !. ' ifl ; .' I uiracrva ma. our v nig: ctmvmpiirsriwa, , begin to manifest great Concern about the re rultof the approaching elect km for Congreee, ' and well they may, fur all the chance of eoc ' ceaa art on the aid of ih Democratic candi date. The Clinton Whig, a ppr diolingnieh - fd fi more latent than influence, pounce upon . Mr. WHITE, with all tha fury of a maniac, . and in ita anxiety to destroy him, Iranacenda ' even the hound of ordinary prudence.by attemp ting to fi upon htm principlea , notoriously at variance with hia whole political I if. Thm at- TCMrr nt even the ATTEMPT to nci ; ate Mr. White, with Fun Taoa, will de i troy the renutatinn n troth, of any man who makee it. Too lung and too ardenly, hat that 'jrentteman conten ted (or the ' maintenance of Pennsylvania interest, by the auppnrt of a libe . ral Tariff, to he now sacrificed al the alter of Whig ambition, by the unecrnputnn High I'rieeta of Whig idolatry. . Ilia opinion u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1846

, -. it pit matri , She hath gone, the gorgeous slimmer, ' Yet on path, and wood, and hill The traces of her rosy feet ' - " ' Are lingering brightly stilt ; ' And, at the sunlight paling , ' On evening leavee it flush, ...,,-, In the ehodowy artna of Aotomn Still we revel ih her blush. " ' ' A ": Art thou gone, oh I lovely summer T . I am wandering where the trees, ', The grand high priests of nature, . Swing their censers to the breeie : -. ' :' Swing perfumes on the haiy air, - , ' ' While through the arches dim ' ' Comes far, and sweet, and solemnly Their murmured, mystic hymn. I am wandering through the forests, ' - Through the summer woodsbut to i ' There droops and eways a yellow flag, .' Amid the green beech bough ;,, And from the tufte of waving feru Spring shafts of paly gold, '' And the long grass, ptaineth whimperingly, When rising winds are bold. .. r ,. And the balm flower by the streamlet, The thistle-down that sails, , , A fairy craft o'er mount and mead ' . . Urged ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1846

TERMS OF TUT " AMCIUCAft." .w, 111 D. MASSEH, . , ) Pshiiiiiiiii '., JOSEPH EI9ELY. . S Paos airroa. , Z t'jfc '9. Bailor. r,..v; OJJc U.Cemlrt AUty. tn,t rear of Jlf. Mat , , . .. ttr't Start. .... , kS .,.. THE" AMERICAN" la published1 every Satur day 'at' TWO 'DOLLARS per annum to b paid half yearly in advance. N paper diecontln. tued till Ati. arrearage are paid. No subscription received for a less period than tit oxti. All eommnnicatione or letters on ebnainee relating loth office, to inanre attention, auat ba POST, PA1P. i ; . : . ; PETER LAZARUS, SVIIDVUY, TVorthnmberlnnl Clonnty, 1ESPECTEUI.LY informs bit fii nds an.l , the public in neral, that be haa taken the Jrtck Stand, former'y occopied by Ge.irge Prince ' a a public hone, (t of the State House, and opposite the Court II ose.) where he is prepared tn 'accommodsto his fiiomls, and all ether who may ' favor him with their ru tm, in the beat manner. ' In short, no exertion nor expense will be pv red to render hi hjue ia e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1846

itiniVAI. OFTIIKtTKAMKR tllfUCRNIft. On Week Later Cram Karap. Highly important Commercial Intelligence Advance in the Price of Cottons-State of : , the Grain Market Our Mexican Rela tione in Europe 'The Etcapeof Don Car toe Trouble betteeen France amt England relative to the Marrimgn of the Queen of SpainThe Marriage probably broken ' ir. , ; .', The itdtnWt Hibernia, Capt. Ryrie, arrived at Boston at aa early hour on Saturday thorning. She tailed from Liverpool on the 19th ult. The intelligence it or the higcest Importance in a commercial point oi view. The political newt may alio he important. Of thii, however, noueterront. Cotton had gone up a farthing, with large sales. The London money market was very eay. and it Wat supposed that the Bank ol England woald make another reduction in the rate of in terest. The Wheat crop it a full average. ' The Government of 'England and the people of Spain have manifested to much hostility to the marriage of the Queen of Spain'a aiiter to l.ou...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1846

4 vided, that sufficient security shall be giver to I : the trustee! of aaid fund, that if It shall be here after determined by' any competent authority, that no part of taid fund could be rightfully ap ' propriated to the eupport of the Bishop during v:. tk lk ...... t ILa A...J Ml W.PIVn, .MVI1 IH lll wi iiw iiiiiu v r-, propriated shall be refunded to the laid trusteee by the Convention, and that he be paid at the same rate for the period from the 3d of January 1843, to the let of October, 1840, whenever the atate of the fund will amit. ,. The question on Mr. Foaacs'e amendmct was then taken with this resnlt . Clerical Ayes, 90 Lay Ayee, 79 Nays, 27 " Nays, 44 Tthe Convention then adjourned to 7 o'clock, P. M., when it was called to order as usual. raiLASEtrHXA MASKBT. OcTOBtn 8, 1848. FLOUR and MEAL. The news by the Hi bernia has stiffened prices, without much increa sing them. ' The market for Flour to-day was very dull fresh ground was held at ." a 5J ; old stork $!5. Rye Floo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1846

THR Lirn CLOCK raojt Tat OKSMAN. T Thci Urn little mystic clock, No human eye hath teen, That beateth on and beateth on, From morning until e'en. And when the aoul it wrapped in deep, And heareth not a sound, It ticks and ticki the livelong flight, And never runneth down. O wondrous ii that work of art Which knelle the paning hour, But art ne'er formed, nor mind conceived, The life clock's magic power. Nor set in gold, nor decked with gems, By wealth and pride possessed ; But rich or poor, or high or low, , , Each bears it in his breast, ., 7 When life's deep stream 'mid beds and flowers, All still and softly glides, Like the wavelet's step, with a gentle beat, . It warns of passing tides. ' When threat'ning Oarkness gathers o'er, And hope's bright visions flee, Like the sullen atroke of the muffled bar, It beateth eavfly. , , When passion nerves the Warrior's arm . For deeds of bate and wrong, Though faeede4 not the Tearful sound, The knell is deep and strong. When eyes to eyes are...

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