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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1855

r ! .Av A. A A. 1 1 .AV ai A. a -A NrEAV SERIES; VOL. 8, NO. 33. SUNIUJUY NOltTTIUMBKULAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO. 12. ram. The Sunbury American, rum. inns ii svaar HTumiti BY II. B. MAS3ER, Market Spiare, Sunbury, Penna. TKRM9 OF SUBSCRIPTION. PV il ILI.AItS per milium to b paid half ycnrly in Iv nice. N .i pnper disconm-ieil until all arreurugee art mil. KA o nnnH'caiinnt or letters on hntineae relating to e i1tca. to insure ntte'i'ion, must be rUM I Alii To CI.UH9. riire e copies to one nddre.it fHllO -(veil 1) Do 10 (HI 'ii'teen ?.n Do t'ive-l linn in inlvnnee will pay for three year't eub- -Hpte-ll t'i the American. P -st m isters will plense act ni nnr Aernts, ami frank lettfre ritiiiniiiiuir nliTipti m in Miey They are permit lej t i (I i tnil under tllr I" 'St UlUrt IjiW. TRRMS OP ADVERTISING. -n- lunii1 til U line., 3 tiinc.t "-Vi-lV nlucrtilt iiiaeition, n Spine. ntonthe, ' nt -ntlie, )ne yenr, In.ineM Cntrls of Five Inn, per annum...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1855

POUT At RP.FORMS. Among the many subjects which come di rectly home to every one, and which are of very srreat importance to many, we ei ay class n tfioan and sccnre system of rostaire. Our readers mny recoil thot we have frequently of l ite bad occasion to direct mcir auenuon m the fact, that an almost incredible dogree of carelessness, if not dishonesty, appears to prevail in many post-offlces in this country, that advertisements for the loss of letters containing Valuable enclosures, are of almost daily Occurrence, and that it was but the day before yesterday, December 4, that our edi torial column contained a reference to a val uiiblo enclosure which, by "mistake," had been sent from New York to Chicago. In a recently published pamphlet entitled, Postal Reform, by Pliny Miles, we have all the abuses and defects esistont in the present postal system brought together, with sug gestions for their reform. 1 ts author appears to have eiyoyed groat facilities for mastering his subjoct...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1855

i Estate of TUVTn MiDi"? TVroriCE Is hereby given that letters bf Ad IrZlT "".i CUn,ty' Ek de. hvi been S. P . V" n.n1der18'"!d, residing near P.,1 ?n ! in?"d t0WnhiP- All persons hav ing claime or demands against the estate of laid i J f0.!"01' r".relted to make the lame known n! i u,n,(le",8nel "i'hout delay, and all per on. Indebted a.e desired to make Immediate Pa v merit. , HENRY MARTZ, Adtn'r, Shamokin tp. Dec. 6, 1855. 6t. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. IN pursuance of an onW nfilm nrnhnne' Court of the coanty of Northumberland, will be exposed to public sale on Thursdnv. tbo third day of January next, at the house of John Weaver, Inn-Keeper, at the town of i revorion, z-crue townRhip, county aloresaiU, iim luuowing aoscrioea new estate to wit : Two certain lots of ground, situated in the town of Trevorton. The one thereof in block No. 107, lot No 10, containing in front lo teet and in depth 150 loet. The other in block No. 121, lot No. 3, containing in front ZD teet, and in deptn iou ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 December 1855

Jfaimcr's gcpdnmit rrom the Oaimtuilnwri Tte raph.J I1()5E PI ST. Mb. EntTOR To most persons tlmre is no little difficult? In belinrinp; that nn art Ida to apparently destitute of nutrimentiil or mnnn Heal qua'ities ns dry "Hono Dust," should bo capable, when npplied to the soil, of producing- any benefleinl results. This mystery, however, thanks to the achievements of sci ence, is now easily explicable, for instead of being composed, as ninny suppose, of a simple amort snbstance, it has been demonstrated to consist of three distinct and highly valuable materials, viz : earbonate of lime, bone earth, an J cartilaginous matter, all of which arealike beneficial in the production of vege table life. Of the entire weight of the bone, that part called "bono earth," tnny be estima ted at one-hair. "It is a peculiar phosphate of lime, containing eight parts or lime, to three parts of phosphoric acid." The greater part of the value of bones as a nianurial agent, depends no doubt opori the p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1855

SUNBURY, NOHTII UMliKKLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. Noi 13. XKW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 39. Tha Suabury American, rL'ULI.Hfll VI ATOAt BY H. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, l'tnna. TKrtMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. rV LIJI.I.AHS per siuiiiiti lob paid lisIC yearly In lmnoe. Nn pupal ilisciiiiin-ied until all erresragenre i ..uimiaicuilnns ir letter, ihi business retsiing to ni- Ore. i" insure atiemi.Mi, must be TOST PAID. TO CI. UBS. l.n,:r..,..e. ,..... ...Ure.. JO V ive .1 -IHre in wlvaiiee will 1 tnt three reel's suh- pripti"ii t" American. P ..:innters will ple"e ct our A"M,, nd franl1 IritPr.r..Hi.iiMi,iKiil'rnti.i money. Tliey e permit e,l p. il i tin. umler llie Post OflrCe Imw. Mli' S.i.inir uf U line., :t limes, Oveiv siilue'iuciit ineertiim, ie ii tie. :1 nnmttis, ii iii'Miih.. In,, yiiir, (inmu-i Ciii.Ik -f five line., pet siniuin, li.i.-i.ii-.siiiil thers. silvertising lv the vrtir. with ilia .rivilee "1 inserting I. (..,-...it iillrl iimnniMiis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1855

CCaltfontia Ifcfos, LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. Arrival or tiir Nortiikrw Lionr. Oen. Win. II. Richardson, United States Mnrahol, for the Northern District of Cali fornia, was assassinated nt Pnn Francisco on the night of the 17th of November, by nn Italian rambler, named Corn. Tsnac n. Wnll, Collector of the Tort of Monterey, hnd been mnrdored nenr San Luis Chispo, together with a companion, named Thos. Williamson. The murder of Uon. Richardson had caused intense excitement nt San Francisco, find strenuous efforts were belli made, by cortain parties, to pet the assassin out of the hands of tho anthoritms. for tho purposo of Lynch ing him. but these attempts had been frus trated by the firmness of the Sheriff. Mr. Williamson, who was killed in compa ny with Collector Wall, was the Assessor of Monterey county. Tho murderers of the lattor gcntlomau wero supposed to be a party ol Mexicans, and n trader, named Garcia. Pursuit was made by a party of Americans, tinder tho Sheriff of the conuty...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1855

POR SALE an excellent second-hand Cook- in f Stove, also several Cylinder Coal totes Enquire at thii office. SHERIFF'S SALES. IY virtue of a Ven. Exp. to me directed, will " be exposed to public tale, at tho Court louse, in Sunbury, on Monday the 7th of Jan ary next, the following deacribed property, to A Certain Tract or piece of Land, ittinte In Rush township, Northumberland ro., djoining Innds of John Rabuck, George Gon srt, Joseph Chamberlin and Mary Swenk.con lintng fifty acres more or less, about forty acres : which are cleared, whereon are erected a one- id a-half story Log House, a small frame Barn id out buildings. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as c property of Peter Campbell. . ALSO, Two certain lots of ground, situate in the town 1 revorton, Aerbo township, and county of iiruimm'criuiKi, neing lots io. 3 am! 4, in irk No. 77, containing 30 feet in front each, d 100 feet in depth, and fronting on Market rrt. Moiled, taken in execution, and to be sold as proper...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1855

tn i XEr good, h-kiy anon it iiitnenso Attraction at Elsbergs Sfor Af Washington vat firrt in tear, peart, Jr.. so Ehberq's Clothing Stort it Jirtt in recti of XfV GOODS. THE subscriber having recently returned from the city hni just been recelvit r and opered to-day eplendid assortment of all kinds of Goodi li. hi line. Having selected with fcsre. and from bit being e arly in the market, pulchesint cheap he flatter himself In being able to offer to hia patrona and tJie public in general, such good t will euit all In styles, quality make and pricea. In addition to Coets, Pant and Vrata of tweed jean and other stuffs suitable for fall wear, nut be found all kinda nf winter sVear. atirh aa Over roata, Business Coats. Dress Coats, panta and Vests, madaofall Imaginable stuffs nf difl'crent color, from light to heavy grade, cheap to good qualities. In fact aurh an extrtiaive assortment of Clothing aa tvill not fail to auit everybody. Alan large quantity of boy'a Clothing and all aorta of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1855

II II I! . . . . . . ... . NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 40. SUN13UHY, NOKTIIUMBEULAND COUNTY, PA -SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO. 14. The Sunbury American, runLiUEi t:nitt satch.iat DY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKHU3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO UOLI.AUS prr iinnuin to ba paid liulf yearly In silvniue. No paper uieeoiitic'ieu until all srrvaruges are paid. All cifirnntiir;tiiiiii or letters on business relating to the oaice, to insure atifiinoii, mint b POST PAID. Tt) ci.ujjs. Three copies to one mlilress, 5 0 .even D Do IUO'1 Fifteen Ao Ho 40(111 Five it 'Ibtrm in n.H-nnc will pay for three year's tub ncripte'ii to lhi American. Postmasters will (ilfnae net u onr Agents, and frnnk tetters i-.iiLtaiiiiiijr stilisrnpti'ii money. Tliey are pcruut led to il l this umler llir I" st Office Law. TKRMS OF ADVERTISING, 'hip Saiimc of I t lines, :l times, tlO? S5 en" 80" 300 t'veiv Sll!i9eiueut iiisi'llioa, Mne pume, 3 months, Six months, One vear, (liisin'ess Ca...

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 December 1855

Cjt nik Regions. From tlx St. Paul, (MimwsMs) Titnas, IWcsmSer It. FVIttHKR rARTICCLAR OF TUB FATaJ OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. Arrival of a Party direct from the Scene of nit sufferings Mementoes j the ust ; Navigators, e.t fre., frc Confirmation of tnetr jjeatn. Considerable excitement was created among many of our citirenson Monday even ing and yesterday morning, bv tha arrival at the American House of an F.njrlishman by the name of James B. Stuart, and iome four or five half breeds, direct from the Arctic ocean. Mr. Stuart left on the expedition in FoWruhry, and has been absent np to the present time. Wo could not jrlcan much from him, as bis tongue seemed to be under lock and key. but wo gathered the following from ono of his guides : Mr. Stuart, three Indians, and fourteen Red River men of the North, left Selkirk early in the spring, with three canoes. Pass ed through n running stream into a hike, from thence into White Fish river. Was one month on this river, sleeping on the shore....

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 December 1855

NOTICE. TTOTICE ii hereby given thnt the members e Mt. Faber Lodge No. 188 of ihe Indapen dant Order of Odd Fellows, of Pennsylvania, act ing under a constitution prescribed by the Grand Lodge of the Independent Ordi r of Odd Fellowt f Pennsylvania, have presented their petition to ihe Court of Common Flcaiof Northumbeihnd :.!in,7 'or charter of Incorporation or body po itic, in law and in fact, by the name and title of Mount Faber Lodge, No. l?6,of the I. O. of O. F of Pennsylvania, to have perpetual succession end to sue and be sued, have a common title Ac. Whereupon the Court have fixed the first dsv of next term for the hearing and determination of atd charter JAMES BEARD, Prot'y. Prolhonotary Office, Sunbury, Dec. S3, '65. J to. A FARM AT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber oflbrg nt! private sale, the ell known Farm, late the estate of William 'tifrgert, dee'd., situate patt in Northumber tnil, and part iu Montour counties. Pa., on tie road leading from Milton to Danville, lul within...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1855

. IEW OONFBOTIOrfAHY. . WHOLESALE AND SET AIL. . " M. C. GEARUART, !TE9rECTFl'LI.Y announce to the eititcn " cf Northumberland and the adjoining coun tip tliat he have opened a Confectionary and Fruit (Jura in MARKET ISkJUARE, Sunburv, where he manufacture ard keep on hand, at all times, the moat choice Confectionary, c, Wholesale and Kctail, at Philadelphia price. Aifeng hie tock of Confectioneries, maybe found : French Secret, Iturned Almfnida, ('ream White, " Itnoa Rate, Vanilla. Cmai"ii 8ccit. L-lq auric, Oura Prop, all kind of eent, I. iv Prop, Mint l)ni., red ana wluf, Jrllv Csses, Fruit Drops, Kick rmnlte, ol all ot Reck Candy, Almond Candy, FRUIT. Prune, Flas. Ciinnis. . Lemma, Uiites. Currant dlied, Almond, liaisons, Nuts nf sll kinJs. LliMOX SYUUP of a superior quality, by the single or dozen. A upcrior quality nf fScgar and Tobacco, and a Variety of Confectioneries, fruit. A.C all of which i offered cheap at wholesale or retail. Come and ce ho will try t please. Order fio...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1856

T 1 NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 41. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1&56. OLD SERIES, YOL- 16. NO. 15. The Sunbury American, rCBLIaHlB SVSaf IATUBDAT BY H. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Peima. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fV) UOU.AH9 par annum tob paid half yearly in ilvunoe. N u paper discontinued until all arrearage! are ,lilil. All eiiiinnunicalione or letter! on business relating to he office, to mturs attention, mu.t be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. I'liree copies lo one address, J even Da Do toon Fifteen o Do S0 Five dollars in ndvance will par for " year'l sub fription to the American. P.stimsta will pleim-sct ai mir A cent., and frank letters oittnimng subscription money. The)- are permu ted to d tint under the Port Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. no Sminio of 14 linea, 3 tiinei, ('.very subsequent iiiaertiuni One Siiuaie, a months, i imiuthi, One yenr, ttnsiness Card! of Five line!, nor annum, itorchant! and others, advertising by the yenr, with the privile...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1856

irtsfocnl AJISTRACT r THE MESSAGE. This long delayed document wna sent into yesieruay, nolwitliRtnndinff tlie dis prRiiiuirttion of the lower House. It wan ,. tnodmtely afterwards communicated to tho public in the leading citioi of the country, mid we present our reader with it tbii morn, lng. It commonces with tho rcmnrk that it bus been customary for the President to uinko no communication of a public character to Congress until after the complete orgnni-r-ation or both branches, but havW duferred to tnis usag until tho clog of the first month M the session, he can D", longer postpone the discharge of his constitutional duty. After an unusually brief reference to the tranquility, prosperity nnd peace enjoyed by the republic, tho message proceeds to" treat of our freitrn relations, beiriiininir with Cen tral America. With some foreign powers we have grave questions pending, which may require the consideration of Congress, aud of theso the most important is that arising oat of tho n...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1856

VALUABLE FABM FOE BALE. rTWE subscriber offer st private sale, a A VALUABLE TRACT OP LAND, situate in Sugar valley, Oreen township, Clinton county, obcut 1 mile from l.ogansviile, and 9 mile from Lock Haven, adjoining landaof An thony Klcckncr, Goo. Crumley and Geo. Snook, containing Ml acrea, strict measure, all of which i excellent Limestone land about CO acrca of which are cleared, and the balance well timbered and watered. Tbe improvemcnta are a two atory Log House and log burn, near the weatern end of the aaid tract, and an excellent young orchard of choice fiuit trees. Also another excellent two atory Log House and lc Lam en the east ern portion of said tract. The said premises are o siiuaien as 10 mane two excellent f arms, and Will be aold together or separate, to suit purcha sere. Persons desirous of rurchasini the above property will please call on the subscriber, resi ding in Upper Augusta tp., Northumberland county, S miloa from Sunbury, who will accom pany them to aaid ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1856

rtMHw . iRPECTACLfeS tn Go,! UUTtr, nd HmUo Steel Frames, MATHEMATICAL -InrtronVenta separate and In Awt, ThertAoiiaeter of varion Viae, Spy Glass of !irriplion, Platina poinlafor Lightning Rods, Magic Lanterns with scriptural, astronoafScal and temperance design,, .Microscopes arid Microscopic nlyjoct. Galvanic Batteries, ElecWical Machine, Surveyer' Com khut. Surveying Chains Ac. Ac. McAllister a brother. (Established in 1796.) 194 Chestnut 8treet Philadelphia. Our PricVd and Illustrated Catalogue (84 pages) with 150 Illustrations furnished on application, nil lent by mail free of charge. Phila. Seut. 8, 1855. ciPki ? OEM - S'BMjES OF eVcry Arwriptwn, auita' te for KailrMits, 4c.,'fw wevfrhiwg Hay, Coal, Ore and Mer chanJise MwraJly. Purchasers run no risk, ev ery aiiSfe ia Craiitfd correct, and if, after trial nat'fi'u4ia satisfactory, can be returned without WIT Factory at Old fctand. established for tihre than twenty year, corner of ninth and Melon Streets, Philadelphia. ABBOTT...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1856

hi nmuin NRW SF.!tTT?S, VOL. 8, NO. 42. SUNBUItY, NOKTIIUMUKULAND COUNTY, PA.-SATUllDAY, JANUAIIY 12, 1856. OLD SEMES, VOL- 10. NO. 16 L II V The Sunbury American, rVRLIItlllU KVKIIT aATCBUAf BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO LRH.1.AU9 per annum to lie paid Imlf yenrlyln Idt'il'ica. No piipat disuiuitirned uiitilAlLarreariigesare paid. Ail eoininiiuieaiiniii or lelteri oil liu.ine.s relniinj In theuince, to insure attention, must Im J'USi' 1'AID. TO CI. tlt. Tlire eopies It ' addres., 0U even Us Bo " Fifteen " , , , " Fire dollars In nilvanee will ly for tints year's sub scription to llir Amrrienii. P.tm.i.tera will plMmenol ni ntir Ajjents, '' Irttrrtr.int.iiiiniK 'ilTi'li" '""""V ,lie' P"1"" led to d tl "'Mler liie Pin OiRi-e Ijiw. TKRMS OF ADVKRTISIIVU. One Sinnie of It lines, 9 time., f.tfety .uUefuent insertion, line Stiusie, 1 miiitth., si s III lltllB, One yenr, ImineM Cants "f Five line", 1er annum. WolciimiH nnil oilier., mlveniainj...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1856

J. ARRIVAL OF THE ARAGO. LATER FROM I UiUPK. TKt Stredish Treaty Pumnrs nf Peace. Austrian Proposition of Peace. Capturt of Kar$ confirmed. Jftw York, Jan. C Tim steamship Arago bos arrived, with London dates to December 19th. She sailed from Havre on the Mine day, with 240 passengers, mid o cargo valued at over two million. The steamship Canada arrived ft Liver nool from Huston, on tho 16lh and the Washington, from New York.reaehed South-1 ampton on the l ith. Tho London Daily News affirms that 8weden has ratified n treaty with England sod France. Tho allied powers guarantee the territorial integrity of Sweden ; and tho latter eneagea not to ulienMo any part of ber territory to Russia. The contriioting parties also engage tr communicate recipro cally, all proposititms coming from Russia. Itumors of pf-aeo aro still abundaut both la France nnd England. Count Estorhay left Vienna for St. Pe tersburg on tho "iGth ult.. with important dispatches containing propositions for it pa cifica...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1856

TUF. OCV At MAIL Til VICE. JWUnwinj? eMnvta ("mm 1ho PoMmn.- tor iimiiir.UA vrpprt allow tho npi-rntinn, revenno Mrisin;r from, and cost of our ocean limit rorvirp s T!io nirfrr-'mt) ntnntint of rontneo. nn. iniMiui iuhi icri'iirn, on Urn mail, convuvr-u du- rinif th year tiy t Tip United Stntt-a lino of I'ftmn uti'iinmrs, psi'mimIh tlw previous tear in the mini nf SI 81.007 17. This increnii' i cliii'fly confined to the limits convoyed lj the vollitiA ctpiiinor?, nm! wncnnd by tho tetn. por.irr withdrawn!, in November, lrj.H. of the I5i':tin!i ni ul pct;pt or tho Cnnaril line, run ning lii'lnccn Ni'w York and Liverpool, in coi -r'itM!rp of which tlip nmount of nmils vkiiv! yv.l lictwrcn thnM ports by the str-it-nu'ivra of the Collin lino were largely in crunsi"!. Tlio increase of postage, as coin piipoti with th previous yeur, on mails con voyed I'V thi' (.'iillins line, was $106,770 67 ) liy It" New York nnd Havre line, $1,550 4G; nit I In- the New Orleans and Veru Cruz line, 5071...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1856

THE CLOSING YEAR. There Is great bettuty and mncli genuine; poetry in the following'lines, by I'rentica on the closing year j Gone ! (rotio forever ! like n rushing wave, Another yenr has burnt upon the shore Of earthly beinjr and Its Inst low tones, Wnnrloriiiff in broken accents on the air, Are dying to an echo. The pay Sprinr: With its younir charms lias gone gone with its leaves Its atmosphere of roses its white clouds Slumbering like seraphs in the air its bin's Telling their loves in music nnd its st renins Leaping and shouting from the up-piled rocks To make earth echo with the joy of waves. And Hummer, with its dews and showers, luiq pone Its rainbows glowing on tne Uinam eiomi ...tensive trial of il virtue br Plivsiimtn, Pmfes Like spirits of the storm its peaceful lakes j .r, pHticnt. hn ho'ii results surpassing Smiling ill their sweet sleep, as if their auv hini hitherto known of any medicine. Cures tlrennn I hve hrin emctcd 1 cvniitl belief, were Ihry net sub- w r. i ......

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